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With the continuing onrush of trade and foreign policy news, it’s getting tough to announce some upcoming media appearances (especially when the opportunities arise on short notice) and to post links to podcasts as quickly as I’d like.  So here’s a catch-up column.

On Friday, July 6, it was a genuine thrill to appear on the talk radio show hosted by former Saturday Night Live cast member “Jersey Joe” Piscopo on New York City’s AM 970.  Click on this link to listen to a great conversation on President Trump’s trade policies and how they’re likely to turn out for the American economy and the global economy.  The link should take you to the start of my segment.

That same day, Breitbart.com‘s John Carney cited my finding that, contrary to the expectations of trade and globalization cheerleaders, the new U.S. jobs report showed that, despite the Trump steel and aluminum tariffs, employment has been rising at the metals-using industries that were supposed to be crippled by these moves.  Here’s the link.

On July 2, I was interviewed on “Breitbart News Tonight” on Sirius XM Patriot radio on the Trump trade policies.  You can listen to the podcast at this link.

On June 28, Gordon G. Chang quoted my views on recent U.S. efforts to curb China’s access to advanced American defense-related technology in this post for The National Interest.

And keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.