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Funny story: Paul Krugman, Happy Days Are Here to Stay!

Paul Krugman, Happy Days Are Here to Stay!

In a recent op-ed in the NY Times, Mr. Krugman, the irrepressible orphan Annie of macro economics, decried his loneliness, surrounded as he is by lunatics who continue to warn of the disastrous effects of the mounting debt crisis. Mr. Krugman, in th...
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Funny story: Krugman, Deficit? What Deficit?

Krugman, Deficit? What Deficit?

In a recent op-ed in the New York Times, liberal economist and professor of economics, Paul Krugman, blasted the so-called deficit hawks for blatant hypocrisy and even dishonesty. "It was never about the deficit," he wrote. To careful observers, such...
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Funny story: Penis Pumps Blamed For Sucking Off Medicare Funds: Called GIP-VASES

Penis Pumps Blamed For Sucking Off Medicare Funds: Called GIP-VASES

BILLINGSGATE POST - A new report by federal auditors blames a Kansas-based company for possibly cheating Medicare and causing the premature ejaculation of Medicare funds through potentially fraudulent claims involving penis pumps. The auditors are a...
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Funny story: "We Partied Like it was 1929"

"We Partied Like it was 1929"

Princeton and NY Times Economist, Paul Krugman recognizes the similarities between our current economic crisis and the events that led up to the Great Depression.
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Funny story: New York Times Endorses Ron Paul

New York Times Endorses Ron Paul

In a surprise move today, the New York Times endorsed Republican candidate Ron Paul for the 2008 presidential election.
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Kelly Carlin Revises George Carlin's List of Words You Can't Say on TV

George Carlin's only daughter, Kelly Carlin, has updated her father's famous list of the "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television".
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