It’s been like air traffic control management in the Senate recently. Various Cabinet nominees stuck on the tarmac in a full ground stop. That could be Labor Secretary nominee Andrew Puzder, who finally has a confirmation hearing on Thursday. Some have pushed back from the gate. Maybe Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Montana, whom President Trump tapped
President-elect Donald Trump has quickly announced his picks for key Cabinet and White House positions since the November election. The following are his selections so far – Cabinet nominees are subject to Senate confirmation. Cabinet-level positions Individuals Trump intends to nominate: Rex Tillerson Secretary of State CEO, ExxonMobil Rick Perry Secretary of Energy Former Texas
Bob Barr, Days before the November 8th election, the biggest question from Democrats was not if their candidate would win (which in their minds was never in doubt), but how Trump would handle losing. Would he concede with grace, or would he go down kicking-and-screaming, like a toddler whose favorite toy was taken away? Talk
John C. Goodman, Have you ever wondered why there is a Department of Labor? Why isn’t the Department of Commerce enough to represent the interests of everyone in the business world? If something is good for commerce, that usually means businesses are growing and hiring and paying higher wages. Isn’t that also good for workers?