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Niall Ferguson Keynes Gay Childless

What Is An Acceptable Defense Against A Charge Of Bigotry?

Michael Hobbes | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Michael Hobbes

Niall Ferguson didn't hide behind "I'm sorry for any offense I might have caused." He admitted that what he said about John Maynard Keynes was a stupid comment and took responsibility, so we're moving on, right? Not so fast, replied the Internet.

Think Again: Niall Ferguson's Gay Theory for the World's Economic Problems Is Nothing If Not Novel

Eric Alterman | Posted 07.09.2013 | Media
Eric Alterman

Perhaps the best reason to doubt the sincerity of Ferguson's retraction, however, is his complete lack of any compelling explanation of why he would wish to say such a thing in the first place.

Gay People To Blame For 'Collapse Of The Western Economy,' Pundit Claims

Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

Bryan Fischer has previously stated that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people should face job discrimination and implied that members ...

Austerity in De-Niall

Richard (RJ) Eskow | Posted 07.06.2013 | Politics
Richard (RJ) Eskow

As the austerity's intellectual claims are discredited, its advocates are confronted with a choice: Face their own errors, correct them, and participate in honest discourse. Or cover up, obfuscate, and (in Niall Ferguson's case) turn mean and desperate.

Niall Ferguson Makes Absurd Claim About Famous Economist, Then Apologizes

The Huffington Post | Meredith Bennett-Smith | Posted 05.06.2013 | Business

Harvard historian Niall Ferguson has apologized for remarks claiming John Maynard Keynes' theory of economics was doomed to failure because Keynes hi...