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Recent articles by Paul:

From Trump Boom to Trump Gloom

The smart money thinks Trumponomics is a flop. → Read More

Useful Idiots and Trumpist Billionaires

Greed, ego and willful blindness at the top. → Read More

China Tries to Teach Trump Economics

But he doesn’t seem to be learning. → Read More

Tariff Tantrums and Recession Risks

Why trade war scares the market so much. → Read More

Opinion | Trump’s China Shock

What the heck is going on? → Read More

Trump, Tax Cuts and Terrorism

Why do Republicans enable right-wing extremism? → Read More

Why Was Trumponomics a Flop?

Neither tax cuts nor tariffs are working. → Read More

A Racist Stuck in the Past

In Trump’s mind, it’s still 1989. → Read More

Trump’s Secret Foreign Aid Program

He’s giving away billions to overseas investors. → Read More

Biden and Sanders, Behaving Badly

A bad-faith debate over health care coverage. → Read More

Deficit Man and the 2020 Election

The Trump bump probably peaked too early. → Read More

Racism Comes Out of the Closet

The dog whistle days are apparently over. → Read More

Opinion | Goldbugs for Trump

They sold their principles a long time ago. → Read More

Trump and the Merchants of Detention

Every betrayal seems to profit the president and his friends. → Read More

Trump Is Losing His Trade Wars

The pain is real, but the coercion isn’t. → Read More

The Moochers of Middle America

The Democrats aren’t radical, but Republicans are. → Read More

The S Word, the F Word and the Election

Guess which party is really un-American. → Read More

Self-Inflicted Medical Misery

Red America’s homemade rural health crisis. → Read More

Notes on Excessive Wealth Disorder

How not to repeat the mistakes of 2011. → Read More

The Trumpification of the Federal Reserve

Like it or not, its next move will be political. → Read More