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I’m pleased to announce that I’m scheduled to return to John Batchelor’s nationally syndicated radio show tonight to talk about U.S.-China relations “in a time of Wuhan Virus.”  (Spoiler alert:  They’re not good.  And barring a sea change in China’s behavior, they shouldn’t be.)

The segment, which will also feature co-host Gordon G. Chang, is slated to start at 10:15 PM EST and you can listen live here.  Can’t tune in tonight?  I’ll be posting a link to the podcast as soon as one’s available.

Speaking of podcasts, here’s one of a “Breitbart News Tonight” interview from last Friday night on the economics and politics of this coronavirus era, with a special focus on the implications for small-government Republicans and conservatives.  Click here and scroll down till you see my name.  Moreover, if you’re not into podcasts, you can read a fine summary at this link.  FYI, I don’t use the phrase “extinction event” often.

Finally, my views were covered recently in two Epoch Times articles.  In the first, from March 3, I emphasized the importance of trade and related economic policies needed to ensure that the United States regains its ability to supply its own pharmaceutical and medical device needs.  In the second, I similarly observed that the very idea of globalizing and offshoring the domestic manufacturing base has become more urgent than ever to challenge given emerging threats like pandemics.

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