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Oh, yes he does. It’s a not very well known true fact that little Paulie Krugman, from the wrong side of the tracks in Long Island, had to work his way through Yale by caddying for the rich kids twosome of Brett Kavanaugh and Haven Monahan. Monsters in their personal lives, they forced little Paulie to kick their golf balls out from behind trees.

If you don’t believe me, just ask the Glass Brothers.

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  1. I am sure Krugman doesn’t spend a lot of time around powerful people, just like he says.

    In contrast, I am excellent friends with our local Superintendent of Schools as well as having seen Bill Nye the Science Guy in an airport once. That’s how I roll.

    People like myself will have no truck with prole strivers like Paul Krugman. What is he, a plumber or a cabby or something?

  2. Can’t wait for Krugman’s next book:My Golfocaust.

  3. jb says:

    I was under the impression that Krugman is quite wealthy himself — am I mistaken about that?

  4. Anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:

    “Yale Law dean: Reports that professor groomed female clerks for Kavanaugh ‘of enormous concern’”

    The dean of Yale Law School on Thursday responded to reports that a prominent professor at the school had advised students seeking judicial clerkships with Brett Kavanaugh on their physical looks, saying the reported allegations of faculty misconduct are “of enormous concern” and calling on anyone affected to come forward.

    According to reports in The Guardian, the Huffington Post and Above the Law, Amy Chua, a professor at the law school, would advise students on their physical appearance if they wanted to seek a clerkship for Kavanaugh. Specifically, Chua would help potential applicants to have a “model-like” appearance.

  5. “I don’t spend a lot of time with wealthy and/or powerful people”

    FUCK. OFF.

    These people make me sick…… 90% of Americans you are beyond wealthy you fucking prick.

    • Replies: @CCZ
    , @Prester John
  6. (I’ve had interaction problems with the comments function the last hour. Among them I submitted this comment to the “Empowered Woman” entry. It vanished. If not suitable for publication, fine by me. But if suitable, it fits here.)

    Most of the social media discourse (left and right), which seems to be rubbing off onto mature adults who should know better, is at the 10th grade level, replete with skirmishing cliques, childish reasoning, and sketchy backbiting. What a shock, and what an embarrassment, that the nomination of a Supreme Court Justice hinges on literally 10th grade memories and feelings.

    Any man or woman who has led an energetic romantic life likely will have survived at least one irresolvable misunderstanding entailing bitter recriminations and lasting contempt by the former partner. It is difficult for the two parties to understand the rupture, and almost impossible for third parties to judge fairly. The problem is one magnitude worse for awkward adolescents. Their cognitive and emotional immaturity is widely acknowledged, and is the reason we do not try juveniles as adults.

    A friend of mine was a young journalist new to a legislative body and quickly learned of the personal dirt on many political actors. He was a crusader and wanted to expose those whose politics he disliked. A senior reporter explained to him that journalists weren’t interested in that, because it isn’t relevant to public policy and because there is personal dirt on everyone. When my friend objected that he was clean and had nothing to fear, the older reporter said, What about your family members? Your friends? Someone from high school who ended up in prison? Give me some time and I can dig up enough to destroy you, by association and innuendo if needed. Anyone can be smeared. So, we stay out of that entirely.

    How things have changed! Are there any adults left in the American elite?

    I’ll show you how it’s done.
    A vigorous JFK takes close notice of the political assets debuted by young Nancy of the Baltimore mafia D’Alesandro family. Are birds of a feather cuddling in the same nest?

    (JFK and 20-year-old Nancy Pelosi. Please understand that this is satire meant to show that anyone can be smeared, and not a relevant or accurate way to judge Pelosi.)

  7. anon[246] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: suspect is arrested in stabbing death of DC jogger. Suspect was described as “a man” in the news report:
    “The Metropolitan Police Department released surveillance footage of a suspect that showed a man wearing a long-sleeved mustard-colored shirt, flip flops and white socks.”

    While the footage showing the yellow shirt of the man also clearly shows his skin color (the color that must not be named), the skin color of the suspect is not mentioned in the article, because of course skin color is completely useless in aiding in the identification of crime suspects. Color of clothing and flip flops are so much more helpful than color of skin when looking for someone in a crowd.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    , @el topo
  8. J.Ross says: • Website
    @New Dealer

    Comments to a truly new post disappear, but are secretly being queued up normally, and will appear generously (or appear in moderation) given a little time. It’s because the post is new, not because your comment was eaten. They only get the bad kind of disappeared if you mention — I have said too much …

  9. Ibound1 says:

    In 1998 Krugman’s rate to give a one hour speech was $20,000.

  10. My wife worked at the Flossmore CC in the south Chicago suburbs for 15 summers, starting when she was 14. She said there were instances where members would hit on the female staff, but the OVERWHELMING occurrence of unwanted sexual advances toward the female employees came from the illegal Mexican kitchen staff. My wife says that when she was 15, a 50 year old Mexican tried to kiss her in a service elevator at the club. Strangely, she has no urge to don a pink knit hat and scream at men.

    I told her she should come out and say it was definitely (Chicago mayoral candidate) Chewy Garcia, although she might be wrong because they all look the same anyway.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
  11. Well i for one will sleep better tonight knowing that leftist communist always-wrong weasel elitist snob krugman just appointed himself the morality cop of the universe.


  12. hmmm says:

    Paul Krugman’s ‘Big’ New Salary Doesn’t Make Him a Hypocrite

    From just his gig at CUNY he’s only taking in a quarter mil. Read the article guys, he’s still a humble man of the people!

    • Replies: @Forbes
    , @Pericles
  13. Clyde says:
    @New Dealer

    Great photo! From a more innocent era.

  14. JohnnyD says:

    Krugman’s tweets are becoming real Sailerian and Sailersque.

  15. Poor little Paul grew up on the right side of the tracks (south of the L.I.R.R.). North of the tracks is where the working-class catholics and protestants reside. So on the southern side you’ve got the Amy Fishers, Krugmans and generally higher home values. Better bagels in South Merrick, better pizza in North Merrick. It’s safe to say that he didn’t have any Irish-American cops or Italian-American bricklayers in his neighborhood.

    • Replies: @Prester John
  16. Jack D says:

    As a former employee of a country club that catered to that crowd, I can assure you, you have no idea the depravity that goes on. It was horrifying.

    I have seen the gas chambers of Dachau, the killing fields of Cambodia, the Katynski woods, but, I assure you, nothing compares to the horror of of Burning Tree CC. Oh, the horror!

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
    , @Steve Sailer
  17. CCZ says:

    Give The Krug some slack, he and his wife are living in a three-bedroom Riverside Drive coop apartment that they purchased in 2009 for $1.7 million (down from the original asking price of $2.49 million). And his Nobel Prize was only worth $1.4 million. By Manhattan standards, isn’t that nearly pauperism??

  18. yeah, Krugman is really slumming it, living in an upper west side townhouse worth $20,000,000.00.

    I’m sure, being such a good person, he knows the last names of his latino servants.

  19. Forbes says:

    NYT opinion columnists are reportedly paid ~$400,000 per annum.

  20. It seems that Paulie the Jughead is somewhat unpopular to the commenters here. Just so you know, we here at UR have been informed by another great maven that the guy is a genius who should be studied for his economic wisdom and because he’s an “authority” on David Hume.

    He even wrote an article titled, “Debt is Good,” which is certain proof that he’s high IQ and therefore should be fawned over.

    Maybe we should all re-evaluate our views on the great Krugman… ;)

  21. eah says:

    monsters in their personal lives

    That sounds like ‘Pizzagate’, which the media quickly buried as another nutty ‘conspiracy theory’ — yet I don’t recall that an explanation for those very weird emails etc was ever offered — ?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  22. @MikeatMikedotMike

    I put myself through college working at country clubs. I knew about several tangled extra-marital affairs. Alas, none of them involved me. The swim pro at one club told me a member came up to his (female) assistant and said, “I’ll give you $500 to have sex with my wife.” The assistant declined. So much for Country Club Babylon.

    Do people even have adult life skills any more?

  23. @anon

    But any sentient being reading that knows the suspect is black, because if he were white the article would have said so. I think even liberals get this by now.

    • Replies: @David In TN
  24. @Jack D

    It is truly bizarre. Did you really visit the Katyn Forest site?

  25. @eah

    People have been known to like pizza?

    • Replies: @eah
  26. eah says:

    my line of work

    “work” — “LOL”

    • Replies: @L Woods
  27. @eah

    Being from his neighborhood, I’d call him a “dickwad” ;)

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    , @slumber_j
  28. eah says:
    @Steve Sailer

    As I suggested, I would just like an explanation for all of the very strange emails etc.

    #PizzaGate Evidence Mega Archive

    That’s all.

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Desiderius
  29. L Woods says:
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    That must have been a while ago. I know first hand that the money in soft-hooking for even older (late twenties), average looking women would boggle your mind.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
  30. Mr. Anon says:

    As a former employee of a country club that catered to that crowd, I can assure you, you have no idea the depravity that goes on. It was horrifying.

    The Heart of Whiteness.

    The Horror. The Horror.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  31. Anon[193] • Disclaimer says:

    Who is the bigger blowhard, Tom Friedman or Paul Krugman ?

    Who is more consistently wrong , Krugman or Friedman ? ( this one is a trick question ).

  32. @L Woods

    Both were nouveau riche swim/tennis/golf clubs in the 1980′s. Maybe I don’t roll high enough.

  33. EH says:

    Egregious. At least a 3-shot penalty to each of these miscreants! And bottom-shelf liquor in those shots should be mandatory!

    I might just have to take up golf to show those amateurs how it’s done..

  34. Anon[251] • Disclaimer says:

    We need more videos of influential people on the left saying things like Krugman is saying in that video, speaking in an unfiltered manner. These are exponentially more valuable than any Project Veritas sting video.

  35. A trivial personal thought: I don’t spend a lot of time with wealthy and/or powerful people, but it does happen occasionally given my line of work. And from now on I’ll always wonder how many of the well-spoken men around the table are monsters in their personal lives

    What was Krugman thinking sitting around the table while he was making ‘Get Him to the Greek?’

  36. @Jack D

    I read somewhere that the accuser’s dad was president of Burning Tree country club. It’s an old all-male club for Washington insiders:

  37. L Woods says:

    They remind me more of court wizards, but I can dig it.

  38. Wilkey says:

    “I’ll always wonder how many of the well-spoken men around the table are monsters in their personal lives.”

    “Monstrosity” correlates pretty closely with class, since both have a lot to do with judgment and self-control. However high the percentage of monsters among the upperclass, it only gets worse the further down you go.

    As for sex, pretty much all men want it, so even a substantial number of well-off men will break laws to get it, but they will do so at lower rates those lower down the income scale. Well-off men are more likely to find (sometimes questionably) legal ways to get it. If Kavanaugh is guilty of what he is accused of having done in high school (and he almost certainly is not) then it is pretty clear he has exercised much better judgment since. If he has been cheating on his wife (and I doubt he has) then he has apparently shown excellent discretion in who he has chosen to have affairs with.

  39. @Harry Baldwin

    “I think even liberals get this by now.”

    They may “get” it, but don’t want to “know” it.

  40. Da Wei says:

    Yeah, but that’s seasonal work. He might not work that hour more than once, twice a month, maybe not even that. Guys like that secretly hunger for a steady job, say, the post office, where they have security and a retirement. Why do big shots drink too much? no security.

    Seriously, we need to listen to his thoughts on the future of our country: “Rural white Americans … are not the future… Mayor DeBlasio is the future.” Oh. Just like those shithole countries in Africa.

    One thing Krugman didn’t get as a boy, but might have saved him: … a summer working on a farm and a good ass kickin’ from a white farm boy. Think Kipling’s Captains Courageous.

    Call me old fashion. Or, better, mix me one.

  41. Krugman is a hate filled anti-white bigot asshole.

  42. Krugman probably thinks Kavanaugh is an NPC

  43. @The Anti-Gnostic

    Do people even have adult life skills any more?


    We just hired a new technician in his mid to late 20s. He’s got a four year engineering degree and five years of work experience.

    Of course, he has a lot of questions about the new workplace. I get to field many of them.

    Today, around 4:30 PM he asks me, “TWGH, did you have a keyboard tray under your desk? How is it attached? How did you remove it?”

    Of course, I was polite and helpful answering his query.

    Internally I could only think, “Gee, I don’t know. Maybe take your smartphone, turn on the flashlight, crawl under the desk and see for yourself, dumbass.”

    I mean, Jesus H Christ, if the guy doesn’t have the initiative to do that how is he going to do any sort of circuit troubleshooting or deal with the old salts in the factory?

    The worst part is that every one on the interview team liked him. I wasn’t on the team, joke’s on me!

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  44. OT, angry minority workplace shooter, this time a transgender black “woman” named Snocia Mosely:

    What race were “her” victims? I’m not finding any info on that.

  45. black sea says:

    I don’t spend a lot of time with wealthy and/or powerful people, but it does happen occasionally given my line of work.

    Mrs. Krugman: “Paul, Hillary’s secretary called. They want us to come to a dinner party.”

    Krugman: “What, all the way out in Chappaquiddick? You know those dark, empty roads, and if your car breaks down . . . look out, Deliverance time!”

    Mrs: K: “We won’t be driving. They’ll send a limo.”

    Krugman: “Hphm . . who’s gonna be there?”

    Mrs. K: “She said the Spielbergs, the Blankfeins, Bill and Melinda, and Bono.”

    Krugman: “Bono, great . . . everywhere I turn, Micks the the left of me, Micks to the right.”

    Mrs. K: “But Paul, we barely go out anymore. Come on, it’ll be fun.”

    Krugman: “OK, OK, what night is it?”

    Mrs. K: “Friday.”

    Krugman: “Friday! Honey, you know that’s my bowling league night.”

  46. Pericles says:
    @New Dealer

    Look, I’ve had comments go missing on me. I know how things work around here. Just … just don’t call someone a Beaver-Jew. You’ll be fine.

  47. Pericles says:

    From just his gig at CUNY he’s only taking in a quarter mil. Read the article guys, he’s still a humble man of the people!

    Hey buddy, dats chicken feed in No Yawk.

  48. @eah

    The cover up is worse than the crime.


  49. jim jones says:

    I stopped reading Marginal Revolution because they were always praising Krugman

  50. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:

    Back in the day, of rigid class distinctions and in the age of mass servantry and a landed upper class, many institutions, including the army were, more or less, class based. The officer corps of the armies of many nations was, as a rule, drawn from the upper classes, whilst private soldiers and NCOs were drawn from the broad mass of the population.

    Being the sons of gentlefolk, commissioned officers were, as a rule, well mannered and well brought up, and generally acted with fairness and respect toward enlisted men. That is why a buffer class of NCOs was necessary to act as a bridge between the officer class and the privates. NCOs, being promoted privates, came from the same social milieu as the privates. Therefore they could be relied upon to act with harshness bordering upon contempt toward private soldiers – something that the well bred officers often could not do.

    Hence the generalized dislike of NCOs amongst privates, but feelings of respect toward officers.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
  51. El Dato says:
    @Mr. Anon

    “Colonel Kurtzman, I presume?”

    Apocalypse Now isn’t even in the best movies list that iSteve dug out of Le Reddit. I’m sad.

    • Agree: jim jones
    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  52. @The Wild Geese Howard

    I used to do some farming which included young (19-23ish) volunteers/interns/farmhands.

    There were some canaries in the coalmine before, but around the beginning of the smartphone era, these young people suddenly became utterly inept at anything practical or mechanical. Even the appearance and gait of this generation suddenly became more awkward and spergy.

    Fortunately, I guess, a few months or sometimes just weeks of farm life would straighten them out quite a bit. Indeed, the Before and After contrasts could be pretty dramatic. But still, the front-end investment just to get these youth back to what used to be standard was immense.

    It was as if they were unacquainted with the physical world. OTOH, they were very acquainted with the “virtual” world, or at least they spent a lot of time with it. My cursory investigation into their online world, however, led me to believe they actually weren’t very much use at that either, despite the number of hours they logged. There are advantages to the online world: searching, filtering, comparing, surveying, calculating, analyzing, but I rarely saw them use these possibilities in more than the most elementary, one-click way. They were sort of passive consumerist blobs, both IRL and online.

    Da Wei suggests above that guys like Krugman needed a good ass-kicking from a farm boy to get their lives on track. For a case like Krugman, such strong medicine is no doubt indicated, but for the average young citizen, it would do wonders just to get outdoors or into a craft shop and do something useful and practical.

  53. @Anon

    quien es un asshat mas grande? Friedman o Krugman?

  54. KenH says:

    Krugman’s Jewish and Kavanaugh’s not. That’s all anyone needs to know and that explains Krugman’s disdain and willingness to belief accusations against him without evidence.

  55. Hunsdon says:

    So Kruggie’s example of a rural, fading white America is . . . Ted Cruz?

  56. @El Dato

    “Never get off the boat….unless you’re going all the way…”

  57. midtown says:

    Krugman is literally taking his justice cues from Idiocracy. “First, your honor, just look at him.” “Yeah, and he talks like a fag, too!”

  58. This, em, man likely seethes with resentment and jealousy for being made this way:

  59. black sea says:

    I have a vague memory of reading an article that mentioned an incident involving Krugman. Apparently a Princeton student greeted Krugman three or four times as their paths crossed on campus. On each occasion, Krugman studiously ignored him. On maybe their fifth encounter, the student finally just wordlessly pushed Krugman to the ground and kept on going.

    Strangely, I don’t think Krugman made much of an issue of it. Maybe he secretly felt that he was getting what he deserved. Who knows, maybe he liked it.

    • Replies: @Steve in Greensboro
  60. Paul Krugman is a globalizer shyster Jew who pushes open borders mass immigration and multicultural mayhem for all European Christian nations. It’s not clear to me if Krugman pushes open borders mass immigration and multicultural mayhem for Israel.

    Paul Krugman is an anti-White genocidal maniac who nastily supports the use of mass immigration as a demographic weapon to attack and destroy all European Christian nations.

    Now that I’ve condemned Krugman to the hottest portions of Hell without moisture wicking golf pants or shirts, I will say something somewhat nice about Krugman.

    Krugman has admitted that his Jew ancestry clouds his judgement on immigration, and Krugman has also linked low or stagnant wages for workers with immigration.

    Tweets from 2015 and 2014:

  61. @Alec Leamas

    Paul Krugman is a Jew. Many Jews are ugly and oddly shaped. Gal Gadot is an example of an ugly Jew female.

    If Wonder Woman had to be a Jew, then Wonder Woman should have been Erin Heatherton. Heatherton is an American — unfortunately from Chicago — and she is reasonably beautiful in her face and she’s built damn good. Camera guy for Sports Illustrated caught a wave lapping at Miss Heatherton’s figure in one of the best uses of the camera ever invented by man.

    If Wonder Woman had to be a Jew and an Israeli, how about that beautiful Israeli broad Bar Refaeli?

    All this Heatherton and Refaeli talk is to distract from that unpleasant photo of Jew pissant baby boomer Krugman presumably biking somewhere in New England.

    I would prefer if Krugman stayed out of New England.

    Didn’t Krugman live in Princeton at one time? Why didn’t hypocrite baby boomer Jew Krugman live in Newark?

    • Replies: @Anon
  62. Paul Krugman admits immigration lowers wages for workers(2006):

    My second negative point is that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants.

    That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages.

    Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

  63. @Kibernetika

    Being from his neighborhood, I’d call him a “dickwad.”

    I’ll go with putz.

  64. @Anon

    You left out Ezra Klein, Matt Yglesias, David Brooks, Bret Stephens, Jennifer Rubin, Jeffrey Goldberg, and a few others.

    • Replies: @Anon
  65. BenKenobi says:

    Wanna know how I know you haven’t served a single day in your life?

    • Agree: L Woods
  66. @The Anti-Gnostic

    In the alt-right Caddyshack, the gopher accidentally gets run over by a car at a rally

  67. @Ibound1

    And it’s worth every penny…or it would be if Krugman was ever right about anything.

  68. @black sea

    No doubt the last encounter brought back memories of high school, as it does to all the progressives who read about it.

  69. @Alec Leamas

    There is nothing stopping him from learning to lift heavy and building himself up.

  70. slumber_j says:

    Being from his neighborhood, I’d call him a “dickwad”

    Maybe Krugman can get his old boss Bill Clinton to arrange three-way talks:

  71. @New Dealer

    “Innocent era” my ass Clyde. You can bet ol’ Jack was layin’ some major Boston pipe on Nancy. She looked pretty good in this photo. That was before she developed that “nut-job” stare.

  72. @Jack Hanson

    There is nothing stopping him from learning to lift heavy and building himself up.

    Besides genetics?

    • Replies: @Fred Boynton
    , @Jack Hanson
  73. Anon[193] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Don Bob

    They don’t stand a chance against Friedman and Krugman. Personally I choose Friedman , as no one has been more consistently wrong than him. You could make great decisions by doing the opposite of anything he says. MSM still holds him up as a genious tho and refuses to analyse his multitudes of failed prophesies.

    • Agree: slumber_j
  74. Anon[193] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    If you find Gal Gadot ugly , I must question your standing as a presumably heterosexual male . Sorry Chuck .

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
  75. @J.Ross

    For the young whipper-snappers in the audience, I did a search on the photo and apparently it’s Paul Krugman with some old-timey movie actor named Robert Redford.

  76. @New Dealer

    Good point. Speaking of which, there was a rumor (which was never really confirmed) that at some point prior to the the 1992 campaign, Team Clinton supposedly dredged up alleged “connections” between “Da Boys” and the father-in-law of Mario Koomo (as Jesse Jerkson used to call him) and that they used this info to buy off Koomo in consideration for Numero Uno Figlio Andy’s appointment as HUD Secretary.

    As to the photo, Pelosi bears a remarkable resemblance to a young Audrey Hepburn.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  77. @Kibernetika

    Or—God forbid!—German-American carpenters.

  78. @interesting

    So he got his pad for $700K less eh? Must’ve Jew’ed down the previous owner.

    • Replies: @Simply Simon
  79. @New Dealer

    Possible photo captions:

    Ireland invades Italy.

    Irish mountaineer conquers Italian Alps.

    Italian woman loves her some Irish cannoli.

    Italy puts its best front forward against Ireland.

    She’ll never go back to Italian sausage after having this Irish sausage.

  80. @Suburban_elk_15

    There is the typical Jewish aversion to almost any physical activity.

  81. Yngvar says:

    Krugman was an adviser to Enron. And he is still standing. Incredible.

  82. Gunner says:

    Krugnuts was born a poor black child.

  83. @Anon

    If you find Gal Gadot ugly , I must question your standing as a presumably heterosexual male . Sorry Chuck .

    Gal Gadot is a dog, and so is Mila Kunis.

    Let them both have a dog bowl made out of Milk-Bone dog biscuits, similar to Trumpy’s taco bowl treat.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Anon
  84. Gal Gadot is a dog, and so is Mila Kunis.

    Lana Lokteff and Ilenia Contessa are beautiful ladies with brains who love their people.

    Lana Lokteff and Ilenia Contessa have love in their heart for their people.

    Ilenia Contessa is smart enough to know that civic nationalists are brain-dead nutcakes.

    Ilenia Contessa says Matteo Salvini was the second best choice for Italians to try to stop this wave of nation-wrecking immigrant invaders.

    Beautiful Italian lady, Ilenia Contessa, knows that the globalizers must be crushed to make sure Italy is for the Italians, and not just a multicultural mayhem zone.

  85. @Suburban_elk_15

    That’s a cop out unless he’s got some endocrine disorder or disability affecting him mechanically limiting his ability to lift.

    We aren’t talking about “Will he place as a world class bodybuilder” but “can he bench his body weight, dead lift 1.5x bw, and squat double his body weight” which is an accepted definition of a person with above average strength. Aside from the aforementioned conditions, anyone can and should meet those goals.

  86. Actually, I think Joe Crowley is the role model not de Blasio.

  87. @Prester John

    “Jew’ed down.” Haven’t heard that expression used hardly at all since the 1930s.

  88. When Chuck Schumer gets turfed out of office like Joe Crowley, I think it will begin to hit home to people like Krugman how demographically vulnerable his tribe is. He might not be so smug.

    I suspect that is part of what is going on behind Feinstein’s clinging to her Senate seat. For I don’t know how many years, California had it’s two (((white))) women Senators representing god only knows, certainly not me. _ Steve you need to do a map on this – I think in California, once DiFi is gone, it will be Adam Schiff as the most powerful Jewish politician and his star is not shining right now. One by one these guys and gals will get shown the door of the Democratic party until none are left. While they can use their money to influence things from a distance they will be on the outside looking in at the black or Hispanic who replaced them.

  89. ATBOTL says:

    So Krugman is making the ethnicity of political actors a legitimate topic of discussion. Sounds good to me.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  90. @ATBOTL

    Krugman doesn’t grasp Krugman’s own prejudices.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  91. el topo says:

    If the killer’s physical appearance can’t be described, why is it okay to identify this person as a “man”? It should just be “person”, otherwise this is sexism. Or perhaps just “entity”, to prevent speciesism.

    Of course, identifying the killer as a man of no particular race just reinforces the idea that violence and is a male problem which bears no relation to any other group categorization.

  92. @Steve Sailer

    There is a lot Krugman doesn’t grasp. There is even more which he isn’t allowed to.

  93. Anon[103] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    You are an angry gay man , not that there is anything wrong with that……

    • LOL: dwb
  94. Anon[323] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charles Pewitt

    Gal Gadot is an odd name.

  95. dwb says:

    Not for nothing, but the idea that an op-ed writer for the most prominent newspaper in the USA, who is a tenured professor at Princeton University, and who is a Nobel laureate does not spend a lot of time with “wealthy and/or powerful people” is laughable.

    That sentence alone makes the entire thing totally incredible.

    I suspect that, on a typical day, aside from the guy who comes to empty his trash bin, there is almost no one whom Professor Krugman spends time with who is not wealthy AND powerful.

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