I know I wouldn’t. But I wouldn’t jump out of an airplane with a half dozen chutes – all of them already open upon departure. Leaping out of a perfectly good airplane – ain’t my thing.
It has been said that economists have predicted “nine of the last five recessions,” or words to that effect, suggesting that the “dismal science” can’t be trusted.
After legal limits on how much federal government debt could be issued returned in March, President Trump’s advisers began calling on lawmakers to increase the federal government’s authority to borrow and spend.
In “Paul Krugman and Detroit, Part 1” I discussed the New York Times columnist’s failure to understand why Detroit currently resembles the United States in Atlas Shrugged. But Krugman’s error…