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I’m pleased to report a nice little spate of media appearances over the last few days.

Most were generated by journalist John B. Judis’ piece in the Washington Post Magazine on how Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown’s decision to skip the 2020 presidential race might have cost the Democrats their best chance to win back the White House.

The backstory of this March 19 article is kind of interesting – John intended it as an article on how Brown’s candidacy actually represented the Democrats’ best chance of 2020 success.  But just before it was scheduled to run, Brown decided to sit the presidential campaign out.  So kudos to John and his editors for turning the article into a retrospective that retains nearly all of its newsworthiness.

Somewhat confusingly, however, if you subscribe to the Post in print, you won’t see the article in your hard copy of the magazine this week.  So you need to access it via the link above.

In turn, John’s article and the point about Brown I made were covered in Crain’s Cleveland Business on March 20 and in Jewish World Review the following day.

Finally, on March 7, the TechStockStandard.com website re-posted my recent Washington Times article on accurately interpreting the latest annual trade figures – and President Trump’s performance on his front.

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