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Profiling

I used to drive a dangerous mountain road several times a week. I was often the subject of road rage because I insisted on respecting the speed limit. Every time I sensed I was getting into a tangle, I quickly … Continue reading

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Don’t Grope, Profile!

I am taking a break from my step-by-step series on the harmfulness of protectionism to comment on current events. Just a break, I will go back to the series soon. Try as I may, I can’t get exercised about the … Continue reading

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Profiling: How To

The President first said: No big deal! Then, he called it a “systemic failure” and a “catastrophe.” He was wrong the first time and half right the second time. There was no catastrophe but it wasn’t thanks to our huge, … Continue reading

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