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Trump to Nominate Former Professional Wrestling Chief for SBA Administrator

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President-elect Donald Trump is expected to nominate former WWE CEO Linda McMahon to lead the Small Business Administration. Trump said he chose the 68-year-old founder and CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment because of her business acumen as she built a massive entertainment empire from the ground up. Created through the Small Business Act of 1958, the SBA gives out loans, ...

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What many are missing on Trump’s wins with Carrier, Softbank and others

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President-elect Donald Trump has reportedly negotiated deals to save or create American jobs at Ford, Carrier, and via spending by Softbank, but there’s more to this story. Ford pulled back plans to move jobs to either Mexico or Canada and Carrier ditched plans to send jobs to Mexico, but the biased media and the liberals in Washington decried Trump’s successes ...

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Trump’s Billion Dollar Cabinet

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One hears liberals belly-aching about Donald Trump appointing very wealthy individuals to his White House cabinet. Although liberal Democrats mean only derision and insult with this description of Trump’s selected administration staff, the very fact that they are wealthy and made their fortunes by working and succeeding for years in their chosen fields of endeavor, means that they served their ...

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Election Recount Farce Coming From The Left

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Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate who, among others, lost the most recent presidential election to Donald Trump, is pretending to be demanding a recount of the votes that led to her defeat on November 8th in order to boost the total of her personal vote count, but one strongly suspects that her recount move is just an attempt to ...

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Democrats re-elect Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader

Despite her significant missteps and divisive politics, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will keep her perch at the top of the House Democratic membership. In a 134 to 63 vote against challenger Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), democrats chose the status quo of California-style identity politics, gridlock, and infighting over Ryan’s Ohio’ish appeal to middle-America and the working class. “We’ve lost that brand, and ...

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Even Under One-Party Rule, There Should Be Friction Between Congress and President

The 2016 election represented a fundamental shift in American politics. Donald Trump’s ability to successfully position himself as a Republican who publicly repudiated traditional right-wing ideas such as free trade and limited government reconfigured the traditional two-party divide. America now has two parties that embrace a strong, managerial federal government. This is not a phenomenon solely dependent on Trump; he ...

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Trump’s Picks So Far!! Making America Great Again!!!

So far I am mostly pleased with Trump’s choices for his administration. I say mostly because   I have some qualms about Romney for Sec of State preferring Gen. Petraeus or Rudy Guiliani instead. During his many rallies Trump always brought up how Gen. Petraeus was punished for releasing one confidential-mail while Hillary deleted thousands of supoenaed   e-mails and went unscathed ...

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