Invariably when I write an article involving international trade, someone emails me (or comments on the Mises blog) to the effect that, "If you'd leave your tenured job and work in the private sector like the rest of us, maybe you'd understand the threat from China."
In response to the latest such email, I just asked, "Does it matter that I'm currently unemployed?"
After this revelation concerning my position, the guy now thinks outsourcing is good, since my articles are unbiased after all.
(Ha ha one of the sentences above is false--can you guess which one?)
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