Donald Trump Is Being Way Too Modest

Frankly, I’m a little disappointed in Donald Trump. I mean, it’s hard to fault a guy for modesty, but this is politics. You’ve gotta be in it to win it, go for the gold, etc. When someone endorses your vision of human flourishing, you can’t go all shrinking violet on the American people. So I really wish the current frontrunner would rear that bashful head of his and remind the world—and his fellow Republican presidential candidates—of the plaudits he’s just received from a Top Global Thinker in an expensive newspaper.

Paul Krugman Is a Self-Righteous Moron

Paul Krugman is very concerned about ideologues. “The most reckless and dangerous ideologues,” he wrote in New York Times last week, “are often those who imagine themselves ideology-free.” You know, people like this guy.

Paul Krugman’s War on Facts

Taxpayer-funded millionaire Paul Krugman is known for his endless supply of hot takes, as well as his profound sense of self and perpetual outrage. In his latest column for the New York Times, Krugman writes about the same topic all other liberal pundits are writing about: How conservative climate change denial is destroying America. (Tuesday’s Washington Post, for example, includes two separate columns on how the GOP is “Dangerously in denial,” and “Too stubborn for change.”)

Meet the Left-Wing Demagogues Who Earn Significantly More Than the Average CEO

Left-wing professors Paul Krugman and Robert Reich are some of the most outspoken demagogues on the subject of “income inequality,” and routinely complain about the “pay gap” between CEOs and ordinary workers. For obvious reasons, they are less concerned about the pay gap between professional left-wing demagogues and ordinary CEOs.

As Mark Perry at the American Enterprise Institute has pointed out, the average CEO makes far less than the income inequality scolds would have us believe—about $178,400 to be exact, which is significantly less than what Krugman and Reich take home in a given year.