January 30th, 2023: Tablet Magazine The U.S. Government Is Funding Chinese Spy Technology in America’s Backyard
January 26th, 2023: Commonweal Magazine Between Sovereignty and the IMF
November 30th, 2022: The Wall Street Journal The U.S. Government Keeps Buying Chinese Drones
September 8th, 2022: The Wall Street Journal China Is Buying the Farm
September 8th, 2022: Lincoln Policy The Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act: Recommendations for Improving Transparency
June 3rd, 2022: Palladium The Works of the Monster of Shōwa
May 5th, 2022: City Journal Can the Senate See the Future?
April 17th, 2022: The National Interest In War, the Economic Weapon Is No Silver Bullet
March 3rd, 2022: Ambrook Drought and COVID-19: Factors Beyond Ukraine Invasion Driving Wheat Price Spike
January 19th, 2022: Lincoln Policy Using Technology and Data Analysis to Improve Oversight of Foreign Influence in American Postsecondary Education
December 11th, 2021: The American Conservative Savinkov’s Fatal Flaw
November 16th, 2021: Lincoln Policy A Review of Industrial Policy Books
April 24th, 2021: The American Conservative Trumps Hispanic Bump
December 12th, 2022: Bipartisan Policy Center BPC had me on a panel to discuss the technical aspects of earmark reform.
December 9th, 2022: Federal News Network Federal News Network had me on to discuss my WSJ op-ed where I used FOIA requests to discover undisclosed DJI drone fleets in the federal goverment.
November 12th - 15th, 2022: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s “International Conference on Political Communications” KAS flew me out to Berlin to provide a American prespective on the 2022 American midterms.
September 12th, 2022: The Ingraham Angle I went on The Ingraham Angle to discuss the WSJ op-ed I wrote with my co-worker Geoff Cain on why Chinese companies keep buying land next to American military bases.
June 21st, 2022: Congressional Data Task Force I presented on the Senate Committee hearings site for the Congressional Data Task Force.
April 6th, 2022: Congressional Hackathon 4.0 in the U.S. Capitol Building Where I present on the central website of Senate Committee hearings I built and currently maintain, and discover GitHub is blocked on congressional WiFi.