November 24, 2003
Who has an unfair advantage in the media? Glenn Reynolds links to Jonah Goldberg's offer to swap the right-wing media for the left-wing media. Glenn writes,
Can I have Maureen Dowd's column?
And I'll trade my platform on the much-maligned TCS for Krugman's column.
Posted by Arnold at 9:56 AM | Email this entry
| Category: economic essays
I think you need to take a bunch of Enron money before you're eligible for Krugman's slot in the "reputable" media, Arnold. Until then, you'll have to stay at the much-maligned TCS. Posted by Ken Lay on November 24, 2003 11:04 AM | Permalink to Comment
Sorry, Luskin already claimed dibs. Posted by Random Numbers on November 24, 2003 11:08 AM | Permalink to Comment
I think Peggy Noonan took some cash from Enron at one point so I guess she should have dibs on the Krugman space. Posted by Starhawk on November 24, 2003 11:10 AM | Permalink to Comment
Huh... I just want Larry King's job. I look great in suspenders. Posted by Paul on November 24, 2003 01:43 PM | Permalink to Comment
Arnold Kling will probably become far better known in the relatively near future. Paul Krugman is rapidly losing his credibility. There will be an opportunity for somelike like Kling to satisfy the evolving need. A number of people like Glenn Reynolds, Jane Galt, and Andrew Sullivan are also achieving high name recognition. Posted by David Thomson on November 24, 2003 06:40 PM | Permalink to Comment
Who gets the giant puppet franchise? Posted by Timothy L on November 24, 2003 11:54 PM | Permalink to Comment