Recyling the big lie

On Friday the New York Times published Paul Krugman’s column “What they did last fall.” Yesterday Richard Baehr deconstructed the column at The American Thinker in “Krugman’s big lie,” and John H. also did so here in “Krugmania.”
Today the Minneapolis Star Tribune has recycled Krugman’s column in its expanded Sunday opinion section (here). This really tells you almost everything you need to know about the prevailing standards at the Star Tribune. The paper recycles a derivative but politically simpatico column in its Sunday edition after the column has already been exposed as a tissue of falsehoods on the Internet.
For another look through the window into the wacky world of the Star Tribune editorial page, see our “Boydot’s paradox.”


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