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I’m pleased to announce several new recent media appearances.
Yesterday, I returned to the nationally syndicated “Market Wrap with Moe” to talk about those supply chain snags that are roiling the entire economy and pushing up prices, and about whether we’ve seen peak U.S. domestic manufacturing at least for now. Visit this link and click on the play button under “Current Market Wrap” to listen to the podcast. My segment starts at about the 21:30 mark.
In his Tuesday op-ed for TheHill.com, Gordon G. Chang quoted my views on whether or not the world economy is going to resume globalizing and generally coming together economically, or keep de-globalizing. You can read the article here.
Also on Tuesday, IndustryToday.com re-posted (with permission!) my RealityChek report on how the new Federal Reserve industrial production figures indicate that, at least for the time being, domestic manufacturers have succumbed to recent CCP Virus-related and other obstacles to growth. Here’s the link.
On September 30, Jeremy Beck of the immigration realist organization NumbersUSA posted an item on the group’s website that took off from a prior offering of mine to spotlight the intellectual fakery of many mainsteam economists on the subject of mass immigration’s impact on the wages of U.S. workers. Click here to see that the situation is even worse than I thought.
Finally, on September 28, a post by the Cato Institute’s Ted Galen Carpenter (full disclosure: a close personal friend) used some of my arguments on China phone calls made by U.S. Army General Mark A. Milley, President Biden’s top uniformed military adviser, to explain why they should worry the heck out of all Americans. Click here to read.
And keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.