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I’m pleased to announce the publication of my latest op-ed piece – a column for Marketwatch.com explaining why President Trump was right in slapping tariffs on imported solar energy panels. Here’s the link.
In addition, Joe Guzzardi of Progressives for Immigration Reform, recently wrote a column based on some of my findings on wage stagnation in the United States. Through the Cagle Syndicate, it ran in several smaller newspapers around the country – e.g., here and here.
In the January-February issue of The American Conservative, Ted Galen Carpenter of the Cato Institute quoted my views on defense burden-sharing in America’s security alliances in a piece he did on the threats created by these arrangements. The article, alas, is behind a pay wall.
Finally, in a January 19 post, Brendan Kirby of Lifezette.com featured my views on Apple’s announcement of new investments in U.S. domestic manufacturing. Here’s the link.
And be sure to keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other developments.