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Posted on 03/19/2019 3:29:50 PM PDT by Candor7
The suicide of Alan Krueger, a former Obama and Clinton adviser who killed himself this weekend, has shocked the worlds of politics and business where he was universally revered. Krueger, 58, had a new book coming out in June and was still a member of faculty at Princeton University in New Jersey. He lived at home with his wife Lisa, with whom he has two children, Benjamin, 28, and Sydney, 26. He is survived by them, his elderly parents and siblings. The family confirmed that he killed himself in a statement that was released by Princeton on Monday but no further details surrounding his death have emerged. Krueger, who served as a top adviser to both Obama and Clinton, recently completed his sixth book, Rockonomics. The book, which will be released in June, 'uses the music industry, from superstar artists to music executives, from managers to promoters, as a way in to explain key principles of economics, and the forces shaping our economic lives.' He was an avid tweeter who used social media almost daily until the end of January when he suddenly stopped. Currency, his publisher, has not commented on his death.
Krueger was best known for his groundbreaking research into minimum wage and the effect it had on labor. He determined that a higher minimum wage did not slow down hiring as conservatives have long argued. After serving as a Labor Department economist under President Bill Clinton, Krueger worked for President Barack Obama as a top Treasury official and then as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers from 2011 to 2013. In a statement, Obama credited Krueger with helping revive the U.S. economy after the devastating 2008 financial crisis....
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Kreuger was part of the early propaganda, trying to link migration with gloBULL warming.
2 notorious “climate” figures involved in this ridiculous study - Oppenheimer and the late Stephen Schneider. check them out.
August 10, 2010: PNAS: Linkages among climate change, crop yields and MexicoUS cross-border migration
Authors: Shuaizhang Feng, Alan B. Krueger, and Michael Oppenheimer
Edited by Stephen H. Schneider, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, and approved June 24, 2010...
Specifically, we study Mexico for the decade of 1995 to 2005, during which time a substantial increase in out-migration to the United States occurred...
Yet to our knowledge no study has directly associated a component of the increase in emigration with changes in climate, despite numerous reports and anecdotes of Mexican farmers fleeing to the United States because they no longer could maintain their previous way of life because of climate-driven crop failures ...
All “suicides” associated with the Clintons are suspect.
Shades of a certain Stalinist true believer, that committed suicide after Khrushchev’s “secret speech” about Stalin’s crimes was revealed to the world...the note he left read approximately “I believed I was guarding a temple—and discovered instead it was a latrine.”
No one here knows why he committed suicide, but some will tell you why he did anyway. Or that he was murdered, though they have no evidence of that.
Tagline tells you.
How many Bush/Reagan/Ford/Nixon people have “committed suicide”???
Why are there DOZENS of Clinton/Obama people supposedly doing so - and NOBODY can be bothered to investigate?
Arkancide # 342 and counting.
I like your theory.
Well, add another one to the KIA list of the Klintons.
Will there be a Coroners report?>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Haven’t found any report links.
I have been searching:
Princeton Township Police:
Princeton Police Dept.
I am not about to write to them yet.
Mystery ping. Why did he kill himself?
How did he kill himself. I hope it wasnt by shooting himself in the back of the head a couple of times!
Thanks for this post MAGAthon,. It makes sense that Krueger was looking for a way to establish a direct link between climate and population shift into the USA.
Maybe Krueger fabricated data or something and that was about to come out, or somebody wanted to stop it from coming out?
From EVO X on another thread
I doubt we will ever find out. However, a quick search produces this Politico article.
At the bottom of the article:
Two months ago Krueger and another well-known economist, Harvards Lawrence Katz, walked back a 2016 paper on the gig economy that showed an increase in gig economy workers between 2005 and 2015. Subsequent research by the Bureau of Labor Statistics reached the opposite conclusion, and the economists backed down.
That is not good for a tenured professors reputation.
Obama credited Krueger with helping revive the U.S. economy after the devastating 2008 financial crisis....Oh yeah, I remember that economic "revival".
That was the one with all the shovel ready jobs for everyone.
That's the "revival" that didn't really take off until after Trump was elected.
Don't take my word for it, just ask Obama.
It's a disease a lot of people get after being close to the Clintons, especially Hillary.
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