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Trump to meet with Boeing CEO again to talk Air Force One

President-elect Donald Trump is expected to meet with the head of Boeing Tuesday to discuss the contract to update the next Air Force One, The Seattle Times reported, citing a person familiar with the plans. Last month, Boeing’s Dennis Muilenburg met with Trump and told him that his company can build a new Air Force

GM Just Announced 1,000 New Jobs: Thank You #PresidentTrump

Cortney O’Brien,  President-elect Donald Trump is being credited with bringing jobs back to America before he even takes office. Carrier announced it is bringing close to 1,000 jobs back, while Lockheed Martin is adding about 2,000 positions.  Let’s also not forget when Trump shook hands with the CEO of a huge Japanese company and secured thousands more jobs. Trump

The Google-Facebook Online Ad Cartel is the Biggest Competition Problem

Scott Cleland, By far the biggest competition problem facing U.S. antitrust and regulatory authorities is the Goobook Ad Cartel, the unaccountable dominant chokepoint for monetizing most online news, content, products and services. The evidence is compelling that Google and Facebook have colluded to divide up and corner the online advertising market, and consequently, have deterred competition, devalued

With One Tweet Trump Defeats Leftists Who Targeted L.L. Bean

The incessant whine of Leftists can be heard over that of a baby crying, and it’s ten times as annoying. What are the Leftist butt-munches lamenting now? L.L. Bean. President-elect Trump gave a shout-out to one of his supporters, Linda Bean, thus L.L. Bean must be nuked. Interestingly enough, no one on the left is

Lockheed Martin CEO Tells Trump Company Plans to Lower F-35 Costs, Add 1,800 US Jobs

Leah Barkoukis, After meeting with President-elect Donald Trump on Friday, Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson said the company is close to a deal to bring down the cost of its F-35 aircraft, and will also be adding 1,800 jobs to its Fort Worth plant. “I certainly share his views that we need to get the

Four essential lessons General James Mattis taught me about leadership

Daniel Patrick Forrester, This week retired US Marine Corps General James Mattis will face the US Senate during confirmation hearings to become our next Secretary of Defense. If confirmed, Mattis will be the CEO of the largest workforce and most complex bureaucracy on the planet. Several years ago, I met General Mattis while writing a

Rubio’s vote key for Trump’s pick for Secretary of State

The fate of President-elect Donald Trump’s selection for his administration’s Secretary of State hinges in the vote of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. The Wall Street Journal reported that three Republican senators have expressed concern over Rex Tillerson, the former CEO of Exxon Mobil. Rubio is reportedly undecided on his vote and said he will not

Why this doctor is glad that Trump wants to take on big pharma

Dr. Kevin Campbell, Health care reform has been a big part of the election of 2016.  While the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare) has taken center stage, many have wondered what may happen to the pharmaceutical and medical device industries under a Trump presidency.  Wednesday, President-elect Trump made the answer quite clear — no more

Bernie Defies Dems: I’ll Work With Trump

Jamie White | Infowars, Sanders sees value in some of Trump’s proposals. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is bucking Democrat leadership by saying that he’s willing to work with President-elect Donald Trump on some issues. When asked if there was “any opportunity” to work with Trump’s administration, Sanders told MSNBC’s Morning Joe, “I see some, sure.”

Environmentalists Should Embrace this Oil Company Engineer for Secretary of State

Sarah Hunt, President-elect Donald Trump’s Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson is taking heat from environmentalists primarily because he is the outgoing CEO of ExxonMobil. But those alarmed by Tillerson’s fossil industry ties must consider that Tillerson holds what many environmentalists will consider the most forward-looking public position on climate change action of all Trump’s potential cabinet