"I don’t know of any economics or politics sites on that side that regularly provide analysis or information I need to take seriously. I know we’re supposed to pretend that both sides always have a point; but the truth is that most of the time they don’t."In the words of someone I know (liberal) Krugman is saying "I am as informed as I want to be." He does not want critical thought, or to be exposed to something that might challenge his comfortable worldview that is reinforced by the press, his friends, and the blogs he reads. He dismisses any idea that might come from 'that side' as not worthy of the time to read it. Except he does have time for ICanHasCheezburger (I do too, but it doesn't keep me from wandering the web and trying to get both sides of an argument).
Krugman is not even self-reflexive enough to realize that he's biased. And public policy is formed based on his words. Scary, huh??