Last Week's Top 5 Hit & Run Posts


Here's what you were reading last week at Hit & Run:

Paul Krugman Now Laughingstock On Two Continents, by Tim Cavanaugh (6/24)

Foreign Central Banks Going for the Gold, by Brian Doherty (6/25)

Penn Jillette on Bush-Obama: "They both want to kill people, they both want the government to be bigger, and they both want less freedom for individuals," by Matt Welch (6/21)

Full Frontal Stalinism: Deciding Who Counts as a Feminist, by Michael C. Moynihan (6/24)

If You Don't Give Us 150 Percent Pensions, We'll Kill This Child, by Tim Cavanaugh (6/25)

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  1. Tim Cavanaugh dissing Paul Krugman is pathetically funny. It’s sort of like Rand Paul criticizing Schwartzeneger’s muscle mass.

    1. Max|6.24.10 @ 3:29PM|#

      Go suck ron puals dick, morons. You peeple are fucking retarded. I`m done coming to this wingnut sight. this is my last post.


    1. 🙁 It always make me so sad when Suderman’s not in there…cause I know if makes you sad

  3. Krugman is a laughing stock on every continent.

    And the Europeans have declined to swallow the Keynesian Kool-Aid that Obama and his tax cheat Treasury secretary have been trying to serve them.

    And well they should, since there has never been so much as one single instance anywhere on the planet at any time where any Keynesian govt spending program has ever done anything whatsoever to improve any economy.

    You know our country is in trouble when the administration is MORE socialist that the Europeans.

    1. “You know our country is in trouble when the administration is MORE socialist that the Europeans.”


  4. There is an easy way to determine whether anyone claiming to be an economist actually knows anything about the subject.

    Just ask them if they believe in Keynesian economic theory.

    If they answer yes, it means that they don’t know a damn thing about the subject.

  5. This is a blatantly fraudulent post, of course. The Weigel thread was the most trafficked H&R post of the week, easily.

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