www.greatagain.gov just launched.
It spells out policies, invites public ideas, and provides opportunity to apply for positions in the new administration.
There's also a "latest news" section for updates regarding Trump and his team.
Thanks for the heads up. I'll look into it.
Lest silent onlookers get the wrong idea, this thread is not (as it might at first appear) the political equivalent of fantasy football.
A year ago ago "president-elect Trump" probably seemed like a fantasy to many if not most infowarriors, yet now it's a reality.
Lesson? Never underestimate the power of an idea whose time has come -- especially when, with the aid of the Internet, that idea literally goes "viral."
But an idea -- be it good or bad -- first has to be thought of before it can be made manifest.
"Big things have small beginnings."
If the millions of infowarriors who made the difference in this election (if less than 200 thousand votes had gone the other way, Hildabeest would have won both Florida and Pennsylvania -- and hence the presidency) don't lobby Trump between now and Inauguration Day to fill his administration with the right people, that act of omission will create a power vacuum.
And what will immediately fill
A third Bush
administration, that's what:
-------------------------------------http://www.infowars.com/the-problem-with-mike-pence-hes-a-free-trade-globalist/THE PROBLEM WITH MIKE PENCE: HE’S A FREE TRADE GLOBALISTAnd a war on terror neocon
July 14, 2016
Although unconfirmed by the Trump campaign, it is being reported that the candidate has chosen Indian Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.
If true, this will be problematic for Donald Trump and his criticism of globalist trade and the neocon wars.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CepZqxJvkNI
(Mike Pence Would Be A Terrible Choice For Trump's VP)Voted Consistently for Globalist Trade Deals
Pence, who previously represented Indiana’s 6th congressional district in the House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013, voted for a significant number of so-called free trade bills.
* HR 3078 Trade Promotion Agreement with Colombia
* HR 3079 Trade Promotion Agreement with Panama
* HR 3080 Free Trade Agreement with Korea
* HR 3688 United States-Peru Trade Agreement
* HR 1830 Andean Trade Preference Act Extension
* HR 5684 U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement Implementation
* HR 3045 CAFTA Implementation Bill
* HR 2738 U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act
* HR 2739 U.S.-Singapore Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act
* HR 3009 Andean Trade Preference Act Extension
* HR 3005 Fast Track Trade Authority bill
CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement) is basically an expansion of NAFTA, the Clinton-era trade bill that decimated the American workforce, terminating over 766,000 jobs. It is considered a stepping stone for the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). CAFTA was approved by Congress in July 2005 and was signed into law by George W. Bush on August. 2, 2005.
Fast Track Trade authority allows the president to negotiate international agreements that Congress can approve or deny but cannot amend or filibuster, thus reducing the input of the American people in the treaty process. It is unconstitutional because it provides unwarranted power to the executive. Under the Constitution—Article II, Section 2—Congress is supposed to write the laws and set trade policy, not the president.
Trump has stated that globalist trade deals are a bad deal for America.
“The TPP is a horrible deal. It is a deal that is going to lead to nothing but trouble. It’s a deal that was designed for China to come in, as they always do, through the back door and totally take advantage of everyone. It’s 5,600 pages long, so complex that nobody’s read it. This is one of the worst trade deals,” he said during a Fox Business News/WSJ debate in November.
Trump is not opposed to fair free trade, however. He believes trades deals should be negotiated to benefit America.
“You only have to look at our trade deficit to see that we are being taken to the cleaners by our trading partners. We need tougher negotiations, not protectionist walls around America. We need to ensure that foreign markets are as open to our products as our country is to theirs. Our long-term interests require that we cut better deals with our world trading partners,” he wrote in his book, The America We Deserve
Selecting Mike Pence as a running mate sends a terrible message. It opens the door for free trade globalists to influence trade and economic policy.Supported Neocon Invasions and the Endless War On Terror
There are other problems with Pence, notably in regard to foreign policy.
While he did vote on banning armed forces in Libya without congressional approval, he voted for the Authorization for the Use of Military Force Against Iraq. Additionally, he voted against redeploying US troops out of Iraq and voted for a resolution declaring Iraq part of War on Terror with no exit date.
Pence voted for sanctions imposed on Syria to “assist democratic transition,” in other words support the jihadi opposition currently destroying the country.
He also signed the Iran Refined Petroleum Sanctions Act that imposes sanctions in response to Iran’s illusory nuclear weapons program.
In short, Mike Pence is a globalist neocon who should have no place in a Trump administration.
For the love of peace, justice and liberty, let Pence be enough!
"In politics a person is not a citizen if the person's only function is to vote. Voters choose people who, in turn, act like citizens. They argue. They establish the forms within which people live their lives. They make politics. The people who merely vote for them merely make politicians. People who argue for their positions in a town meeting are acting like citizens. People who simply drop scraps of paper in a box or pull a lever are not acting like citizens; they are acting like consumers picking between prepackaged items. They had nothing to do with the items. All they can do is pick what is. They cannot actively participate in making what should be."