Paul Krugman for now has left his “We need more spending, not austerity” theme in order to push his “We need more government spending so that businesses will spend, too” mantra. (It’s always about the spending.) In a couple of posts, I have contrasted Krugman’s “spending” theme with “regime uncertainty” that our own Robert Higgs has been emphasizing.
My links here and here deal with the concept of “regime uncertainty” and how it contrasts with Krugman’s views, and then another post that deals with Krugman’s view that the Obama administration is doing just fine in its attempts to force businesses (and doctors) to adhere to its policies.
In the last post, I also highlight Skip Oliva’s recent comments on the U.S. Department of Justice and ObamaCare.