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Sorry for the loooong headline here, but it’s a daily double today.

First, I’m pleased to announce that the podcast is now on-line of my interview Wednesday night on the nationally syndicated “Market Wrap with Moe Ansari.” Click here, scroll down a bit to the link featuring my name, and then click on the little “POD” symbol. My segment starts at about the 22-minute mark, and what you’ll get is an unusually spirited debate on why the U.S.’ strong support of Ukraine might trigger exactly the kinds of calamities it seeks to prevent (see here for background), and why America’s torrid inflation isn’t likely to peak anytime soon.

Second, a video is now available of my presentation to last month’s important conference on the future of conservatism. Here’s the link to the talk. It made the case for U.S. national economic strategy emphasizes promoting more competition among America-based companies over the current approach – which bizarrely appears to value competition from abroad much more highly. (This recent post contains a lightly edited text of these remarks.)

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