You can listen to the audio by opening this link in a new window:
When you get to that page, click on the Play arrow under the second group picture down on the right – I’m the big lug in the white shirt. I'm the fourth speaker, after O'Beirne, Krikorian, and Jenks. My spiel starts about 1/3 of the way in.
You can see my Powerpoint slides here:
They look good on an Internet Explorer browser, but look awkward on Firefox for reasons I don't understand. Click on the title of each slide in the vertical tile on the left. My speakers' notes are at the bottom. You'll want to click on the horizontal line and drag it up a little so you can read my pearls of wisdom.
You don't need to listen to my audio narration to make sense of my Powerpoint, but the two work together better than they do separately.
Other speakers that day (audio available at the Hudson.org link above) included: Robert Rector, David Coleman, Nick Eberstadt, Peter Skerry, and Peter Brimelow. And from the Hudson Institute, John Fonte, Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Michael Horowitz, and John O’Sullivan. The Brimelow-Furchgott-Roth debate is pretty funny.