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For laymen, Craig Harrison, a friend of Powerline’s Paul Mirengoff, defines the term of the day:

“Price Gouging: Price Gouging is defined to be any profit made by a company in an industry that is defined to be a Suspect Industry.

“Suspect Industry: Any company that is engaged in any energy activity, or any company or industry that is designated by any elected official of the Democratic Party to be a Suspect Industry by any public statement. Under no circumstances will trial lawyers, the health care industry, unions or the abortion industry be included within this category.”


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