No Consequence for Wrongness

I will continue yesterday’s theme of “people who brilliantly present spectacularly wrong ideas and are richly rewarded.” MoDo, Bobo, and, if you remove the word “brilliantly,” Ross Douthat have all failed their way up the Old Grey Lady’s mothball-laced bloomers. True, Maureen Dowd is only wrong two thirds of the time. But David Brooks is… Continue reading No Consequence for Wrongness

On Milton Friedman

I have read some really interesting books on economics lately. It seems that my economic theories have been fleshed out completely and in rigorous fashion by great thinkers of the past. More importantly, however, I feel fully vindicated in my thoughts on Milton Friedman. His theories are complete horseshit. They are shoveled largely from the… Continue reading On Milton Friedman