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Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« on: November 11, 2016, 01:43:04 PM »
Naturally I'm not part of Trump's inner circle.

But if I were, and could speak with him privately for just ten minutes, I would encourage him to construct his administration (in part) as follows:

Attorney General - Larry Klayman

Deputy Attorney General - Trey Gowdy

White House Counsel - Bruce Fein

Secretary of Defense - Ron Paul

Deputy Secretary of Defense - Dennis Kucinich

Secretary of State - Walter B. Jones Jr.

Deputy Secretary of StateCynthia McKinney

Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment - John Perkins

Secretary of the Army - Jacob G. Hornberger

Secretary of the Navy - Craig Roberts

Secretary of the Treasury - Bill Still

Deputy Secretary of the Treasury - Ellen Brown

Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance - Byron Dale

Secretary of Commerce - Paul Craig Roberts

Secretary of Labor - Ralph Nader

Secretary of Homeland Security - Justin Amash

Director of the CIA - Alex Jones

Deputy Director of the CIA - Jesse Ventura

Director of the FBI: - Michael William Lebron

Deputy Director of the FBI - Wayne Madsen

Director of the BATFE - Larry Pratt

Administrator of the DEA - Ethan Nadelmann

Chairman of the FEC - Bev Harris

Chairman of the FCC - Robert W. McChesney

Chairman of the Council of Economic AdvisersMichael Hudson
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2016, 02:03:32 PM »
There's another list like that around here. I think it includes pictures. Cynthia McKinney would make a good candidate for something in that administration. AFAIK she has never wavered with her positions.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2016, 02:07:27 PM »
There's another list like that around here. I think it includes pictures. Cynthia McKinney would make a good candidate for something in that administration. AFAIK she has never wavered with her positions.

Actually she's one of the names I already had in mind to add to the above list -- probably as Deputy Secretary of State, or an ambassadorship.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2016, 02:28:03 PM »
Generally speaking, I believe it would be a good idea to EXCLUDE anyone that has been previously associated with either a Bush, Obama or Clinton regime. That should significantly tilt the field back into public hands by hitting a bit, fat reset button.

Wanna really shake things up? Offer Snowden the position of Director of NSA.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2016, 02:32:13 PM »
Wanna really shake things up? Offer Snowden the position of Director of NSA.

Or Alex Jones as Director of the CIA!  :P
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #5 on: November 11, 2016, 03:03:52 PM »
When intel agencies start to shape facts to fit a policy, it's no longer reliable intel. I believe this is a big problem within the CIA right now. Prior to 9/11, intel agencies were sticklers for only reporting known facts about a matter, whether that be good news or bad news for whatever administration they were serving at the time. They focused on truth and accuracy. The old guard within those agencies that enforced these precepts was phased out. Fictional, politically expedient intel became possible.

This whole “russians are hacking the election” narrative which turned out to be false, according to Pieczenik, is worrying.

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2016, 04:00:11 PM »
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.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2016, 10:32:08 PM »
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 that vacuum?

A third Bush administration, that's what:

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http://www.infowars.com/the-problem-with-mike-pence-hes-a-free-trade-globalist/

THE PROBLEM WITH MIKE PENCE: HE’S A FREE TRADE GLOBALIST

And a war on terror neocon

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
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.

Specifically:

*  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.

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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."

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #8 on: November 12, 2016, 01:39:52 PM »
If I had ten additional minutes to speak privately with Trump, I'd stress the importance of not ever making the mistake that both McCain and Romney did, which was to attack an establishment Democrat on each and every issue from his political "right," thereby giving that slogan-parroting, warmongering puppet of Wall Street the left cover he desperately needs to dupe left-leaning independents into supporting him.

Years before turning to the metaphorical dark side (and becoming an unpaid employee of the Hillary Clinton campaign), Webster Tarpley explained what giving "left cover" to Wall Street Democrats means, and why -- unless you're a puppet of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup et al. yourself -- you should strive to avoid making that critical mistake:

-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhXY2dwbrpE

As I mentioned in my previous post, if less than 200,000 votes had gone the other way, Hillary would have won both Florida and Pennsylvania -- and hence the presidency.

A (if not the) primary reason why the election was that dangerously close is that Hillary's PsyWar machine had largely succeeded in portraying Trump (via the use of pejorative terms such as "racist," "sexist," "fascist" and "Nazi") as a right-wing extremist, and Hillary -- by comparison -- as a center-left moderate.

If I had been in Trump's position, I would have neutralized this attack by counter-attacking from Hillary's left.

For instance, I would have reminded left-leaning "swing voters" (particularly those who were passionately anti-Bush for eight years) that Hillary voted for Bush's so-called Patriot Act -- not once -- but twice:

-- https://www.fff.org/explore-freedom/article/usa-patriot-act-dispelling-myths/
-- http://educate-yourself.org/cn/patriotact20012006senatevote.shtml

I would have explained why Obamacare is actually a step away from single-payer health insurance, not "towards" it, and that that's why so many people are being financially ass-raped on their monthly premiums:

"President Obama’s White House made crystal clear this week: a Canadian-style, Medicare-for-all, single payer health insurance system is off the table. Obama doesn’t even want to discuss it."


"The extremely high costs of ObamaCare is not 'socialistic medicine.' ObamaCare is high-cost privatized medicine that guarantees billions of dollars in profits to private insurance companies."


And I would have repeatedly stressed that, as President, I would not just "consider" -- or "look into," or "take under advisement" -- but actually sign the Surveillance State Repeal Act, the American Freedom Agenda Act, the American Traveler Dignity Act, the NEED Act, the Paper Ballot Act and the Voter Freedom Act.

No more imperialist, hornets' nest-stirring wars of aggression; no more blame-freedom-first power grabs every time something bad happens; a conservative case for single-payer health insurance; a conservative case for an unconditional basic income; and repairing America's crumbling infrastructure (creating millions of jobs and a booming economy in the process) not only without increasing either debt or taxes, but while simultaneously reducing both.

When the people heard all that, only a relative handful would've gotten their Pokémon undergarments in a twist over the fact that I said the "P" word eleven years ago in a private conversation.

Most, in fact, will probably laugh about it.

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #9 on: November 12, 2016, 01:46:51 PM »
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/12/day-election-paul-ryan-said-gop-not-trumps-party/

   One thing President Trump needs to do----is to politically bury Paul Ryan.  But I think the other Congressmen will do it for him.  RYAN IS A SNAKE.


Day Before Election Paul Ryan Said GOP Not Trump’s Party

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/11/paul-ryan-gave-congress-constitutional-crisis/

GOP Rep: Paul Ryan ‘Does Not Have My Vote’; Trump Gave Congress a Mandate, Ryan Gave a ‘Constitutional Crisis’

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #10 on: November 12, 2016, 01:51:49 PM »


  I do think President Trump should appoint Hillary Clinton to be the Ambassador to Libya.

  A 2nd choice for Clinton would be to be the Director of the Office of Artificial Intelligence.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #11 on: November 12, 2016, 01:58:20 PM »
http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/11/12/portland4/

  Trump needs to appoint Sheriff David Clarke to Director of HOMELAND SECURITY----AND THEY NEED HIM TO TAKE OFFICE RIGHT NOW.  THESE RIOTERS MUST BE STOPPED.  JEH JOHNSON IS AN OBAMA STOOGE WHO WILL DO NOTHING ABOUT THESE RIOTS BECAUSE SOROS CONTROLS OBAMA. 

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #12 on: November 12, 2016, 04:18:09 PM »
Generally speaking, I believe it would be a good idea to EXCLUDE anyone that has been previously associated with either a Bush, Obama or Clinton regime. That should significantly tilt the field back into public hands by hitting a bit, fat reset button.

Also to add to the EXCLUSION list for the Trump administration. All those RINOs that bailed on Trump during the campaign. Especially the one's that bailed on cue with the timed release of the slander tape from the DNC/Clintons/Bushes. NYT lists 160+ of them.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/29/us/politics/at-least-110-republican-leaders-wont-vote-for-donald-trump-heres-when-they-reached-their-breaking-point.html

Top of the list happens to be Kelly Ayotte, Senator of New Hampshire

“I will not be voting for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton and instead will be writing in Governor Pence for president on Election Day.” - Kelly Ayotte, Senator of New Hampshire

And then I see this today? WTH?


Trump Adds Defense Hawk And A-10 Savior Kelly Ayotte To SecDef List

GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte, now heading out of Congress after she lost her election Tuesday evening, is apparently in the running to be secretary of defense in the Trump administration.

Defense hawk and A-10 advocate Ayotte is now counted among other luminaries, such as retired Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Kellogg and Sen. Jeff Sessions, all vying for the position, The Washington Post reports.

More:
http://dailycaller.com/2016/11/12/trump-adds-defense-hawk-and-a-10-savior-kelly-ayotte-to-secdef-list/
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #13 on: November 13, 2016, 11:25:04 AM »
Also to add to the EXCLUSION list for the Trump administration. All those RINOs that bailed on Trump during the campaign. Especially the one's that bailed on cue with the timed release of the slander tape from the DNC/Clintons/Bushes. NYT lists 160+ of them.

Naturally I agree.

It would seem that many in the Democratic Party have finally gotten it through their thick heads that they need to rid their party of Clinton-style "liberals."

Now that Trump has won the presidency, he must do likewise with Bush-style "conservatives," or risk alienating the millions of infowarriors who got him elected in the first place.

Again, let Pence be enough.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #14 on: November 14, 2016, 08:33:35 PM »
Drug Czar - Judge James P. Gray

Science Czar - Dr. Nick Begich

Food Safety Czar - Jeffrey M. Smith

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #15 on: November 15, 2016, 12:09:08 PM »
the question need to be asked Is Trump selling out with Preibus or is he using the system?

Preibus gets to hire 4000 jokers into the deck . poisoning the well ..  I am pissed.
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Rand Paul Warns Some Trump Cabinet Candidates Are ‘Unfit’ For Government
« Reply #17 on: November 16, 2016, 04:37:12 PM »
http://www.prisonplanet.com/rand-paul-warns-trump-cabinet-picks-are-unfit-for-government.html

Rand Paul Warns Some Trump Cabinet Candidates Are ‘Unfit’ For Government

“You want a diplomat in charge of diplomacy, not a bomb thrower”

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has warned that some of Donald Trump’s likely picks for positions within his Presidential cabinet are ‘unfit’ for government.

Paul, who ran against President elect Donald Trump for the GOP nomination, but ultimately failed to elicit enough popular support, specifically referred to former US ambassador to the UN, John Bolton, and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Referring to Giuliani, Paul said it was “Worrisome” that he is being considered for the position of secretary of state.

       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yjOZQSH9Es

“Some of the ties to foreign governments, that was a big complaint for many of us about Hillary Clinton and her ties and money she received from foreign governments… More important than that is I think Trump should pick a secretary of state that agrees with his foreign policy.” Paul told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

“The thing Donald Trump said over and over again was that he was opposed to the Iraq War.” Paul stated, adding “He learned that lesson that regime change in the Middle East was not a good idea. Yet I don’t see Giuliani coming out with statements like that.”

“I certainly don’t see John Bolton. Both have been big cheerleaders for the Iraq War and more intervention in the Middle East.” the Libertarian leaning Senator urged.

“I hope Donald Trump will pick someone consistent with what he said on the campaign trail that the Iraq war was a mistake. Having a regime change in the Middle East is a mistake.” Paul noted.

Speaking further of Bolton, Blitzer asked Paul if he would “go so far as to vote not to confirm him as secretary of state if President-elect Trump goes ahead and nominates him?”

“I couldn’t vote for Bolton unless he repudiated his vote for war in the Middle East, and regime change throughout the Middle East.” Paul answered.

“You want a diplomat in charge of diplomacy, not a bomb thrower.” The Senator exclaimed.

“So, no. John Bolton’s totally unfit to be secretary of state. And I hope that the Trump administration will say, ‘You know what? He does not represent what Donald Trump represents,’ which is change, and which is the understanding the Iraq War was a mistake, and that regime change in the Middle East has been a mistake.” Paul said.

Since Trump’s victory, some have been concerned that the president elect may be overly influenced by neocons and shadow government elites.

Rand Paul’s father, former Congressman Ron Paul warned last week that such figures will to attempt to infiltrate and influence his presidency and prevent him from achieving successful change.

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Poll: Who Should Be Donald Trump’s Secretary of State?
« Reply #18 on: November 26, 2016, 03:38:25 PM »
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/25/poll-donald-trumps-secretary-state/

Poll: Who Should Be Donald Trump’s Secretary of State?

by BREITBART NEWS
25 Nov 2016

President-elect Donald Trump has not yet announced his pick for secretary of state, though the press has speculated on several prospective candidates.

You, the Breitbart reader, were instrumental in Trump’s election victory and the continuing rise of America’s nationalist-populist movement. We want to know who you would prefer to serve as the country’s chief diplomat.

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #19 on: November 26, 2016, 03:41:51 PM »
Alex Jones is whom I put in as other
What do you under-stand?

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #20 on: November 26, 2016, 04:21:59 PM »
Alex Jones is whom I put in as other

@ Jacob...No offence but AJ should keep doing what he is doing now......He could multitask as an advisor to Trump but I don't think AJ has the temperament to live in Washington DC

and hang out with political humanoids in that town......AJ is from Texas and has lived his entire life in Texas , first in Rockwall and then from age 15 in Austin....Personally I think AJ is a little bipolar and would be bored to tears as anything other than a journalist/film maker....Just my humble opinion... :)
Obviously I could be wrong but I seriously doubt Trump will offer him a job....
Post script----Remember AJ's obnoxious habit of interrupting the people he interviews ?...He would have to stop doing that to get a job in the real world.....
& I don't think he can stop ......

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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #21 on: November 26, 2016, 04:27:42 PM »
^^^


... yeah, he is FAR too controversial and
flies off the handle like nobody's business ...
BUT ... I WOULD like to see him go 'above
ground' as an advisor.
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #22 on: November 26, 2016, 05:04:22 PM »
No offence but AJ should keep doing what he is doing now......He could multitask as an advisor to Trump but I don't think AJ has the temperament to live in Washington DC

Depends on the job.

Quite frankly I don't think Alex would make either a good White House Press Secretary or good Secretary of State for the very reasons you mentioned.

He would, however, make an excellent CIA Director. In fact I'm thinking of changing the list of names which I began this thread with so that Alex is listed as the Director of the CIA and Jesse Ventura as the Deputy Director of the CIA. They'd probably argue a lot -- both being alpha males -- but when they're in total agreement on a particular issue (which I'm certain would be the case more often than not), look out.

If ever there was a "swamp' that needed desperately to be "drained," it's the CIA.

-- http://www.infowars.com/the-godfather-usa/

-- http://www.veteranstoday.com/2010/07/24/the-cia-beyond-redemption-and-should-be-terminated-2/

So if I'm Trump, after putting Alex and Jesse in charge of the CIA, my instructions to them are simply this: "Well, gentlemen, that swamp ain't gonna drain itself, so get to work!"
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Donald Trump appoints Obamacare’s biggest opponent as Health Secretary
« Reply #23 on: November 30, 2016, 08:12:27 PM »
Like Ralph Nader, I agree with Trump that Obamacare needs to be repealed and replaced, but disagree on what it needs to be replaced with.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/donald-trump-appoints-obamacares-biggest-opponent-as-health-secretary.html

Donald Trump appoints Obamacare’s biggest opponent as Health Secretary

London Independent
November 29, 2016

Throughout his election campaign, Donald Trump vowed that he was rip up Obamacare and replace it with something better and more efficient.

On Tuesday, his transition team announced that the President-elect had selected Georgia Congressman Tom Price, an harsh critic of Barack Obama Affordable Care Act – and of LGBT rights – to begin scrapping his predecessor’s landmark legislative bill.

“Chairman Price, a renowned physician, has earned a reputation for being a tireless problem solver and the go-to expert on healthcare policy, making him the ideal choice to serve in this capacity,” Mr Trump said in a statement.

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Rex Tillerson, Exxon Chief, Is Expected to Be Pick for Secretary of State
« Reply #24 on: December 11, 2016, 04:02:14 PM »
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/10/us/politics/rex-tillerson-secretary-of-state-trump.html?_r=0

Rex Tillerson, Exxon Chief, Is Expected to Be Pick for Secretary of State

By DAVID E. SANGER, MAGGIE HABERMAN and CLIFFORD KRAUSS
The New York Times
December 10, 2016

WASHINGTON — Rex W. Tillerson, the chief executive of Exxon Mobil, whose extensive deal-making for the energy giant has plunged him into global politics from Yemen to Russia, is expected to be offered the secretary of state post this weekend by President-elect Donald J. Trump, according to two people close to Mr. Trump’s transition team.

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Why not Ron Paul?

It's not like he lacks "experience," or isn't already admired and respected by a large percentage of those who put Trump in office in the first place, so why wasn't he even considered?

Not "establishment" enough, perhaps?

Was "drain the swamp" just another empty campaign slogan the way "hope and change" was in 2008?

Keep those questions -- and the canned "not perfect, but..." excuse -- in mind while reading the following.

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From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rex_Tillerson#Political_views:

Tillerson stated in 2009 that he favors a carbon tax as "the most efficient means of reflecting the cost of carbon in all economic decisions—from investments made by companies to fuel their requirements to the product choices made by consumers."[28]

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Speaking in March 2007 at a Council on Foreign Relations event, Tillerson asked "Should the United States seek so-called energy independence in an elusive effort to insulate this country from the impact of world events on the economy, or should Americans pursue the path of international engagement, seeking ways to better compete within the global market for energy? Like the Council's founders, I believe we must choose the course of greater international engagement."

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In September 2013, Tillerson wrote an op-ed piece in The Wall Street Journal defending Common Core.[32]

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Tillerson serves on the Board of Trustees of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.[36]

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The mental gymnastics that it will take to put lipstick on that pig should be quite entertaining to watch.

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"If our nation can issue a dollar bond, it can issue a dollar bill." -- Thomas Edison

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Re: Rex Tillerson, Exxon Chief, Is Expected to Be Pick for Secretary of State
« Reply #25 on: December 11, 2016, 04:11:16 PM »
Tillerson serves on the Board of Trustees of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.[36]

Is the mere fact that Tillerson "isn't perfect" supposed to make us forget about (or downplay the obvious importance of) the following?

http://www.infowars.com/globalist-think-tank-calls-for-pentagon-emphasis-on-war-with-china-and-russia/

GLOBALIST THINK TANK CALLS FOR PENTAGON EMPHASIS ON WAR WITH CHINA AND RUSSIA

Preparation for conflict with Russia and China pairs up with recent U.S. rhetoric

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
July 8, 2014

A think tank connected to Zbigniew Brzezinski and Henry Kissinger, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), is calling for retooling the U.S. military in preparation of a “great power conflict” with “a newly aggressive Russia and rapidly modernizing China,” according to Homeland Security News Wire.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter’s former national security adviser and co-founder of the globalist Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller, is a longtime adversary of the Soviet Union and now Russia. He has worked to revitalize the Cold War ethos by exploiting the conflict in Ukraine and warns about the threat of “Russian chauvinism” and the need for containment.

Under the pretext of responding to a federal budget sequestration, the CSIS study suggests the United States “maintain its full triad of bombers, submarines, and intercontinental ballistic missiles meant to deter or carry out nuclear warfare” as emphasis shifts from the Middle East to an ultimate confrontation with Russia and China.

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"Abolish all taxation save that upon land values." -- Henry George

"If our nation can issue a dollar bond, it can issue a dollar bill." -- Thomas Edison

http://schalkenbach.org
http://www.monetary.org
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Re: Transition of Presidential Power: If I Had Trump's Ear...
« Reply #26 on: December 11, 2016, 05:16:39 PM »
Naturally I'm not part of Trump's inner circle.

But if I were, and could speak with him privately for just ten minutes, I would encourage him to construct his administration (in part) as follows:

Attorney General - Larry Klayman

Deputy Attorney General - Trey Gowdy

White House Counsel - Bruce Fein

Secretary of Defense - Ron Paul

Deputy Secretary of Defense - Dennis Kucinich

Secretary of State - Walter B. Jones Jr.

Deputy Secretary of StateCynthia McKinney

Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment - John Perkins

Secretary of the Army - Jacob G. Hornberger

Secretary of the Navy - Craig Roberts

Secretary of the Treasury - Bill Still

Deputy Secretary of the Treasury - Ellen Brown

Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance - Byron Dale

Secretary of Commerce - Paul Craig Roberts

Secretary of Labor - Ralph Nader

Secretary of Homeland Security - Justin Amash

Director of the CIA - Alex Jones

Deputy Director of the CIA - Jesse Ventura

Director of the FBI: - Michael William Lebron

Deputy Director of the FBI - Wayne Madsen

Director of the BATFE - Larry Pratt

Administrator of the DEA - Ethan Nadelmann

Chairman of the FEC - Bev Harris

Chairman of the FCC - Robert W. McChesney

Chairman of the Council of Economic AdvisersMichael Hudson

US Ambassador in Serbia : Oliver Stone

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Re: Rex Tillerson, Exxon Chief, Is Expected to Be Pick for Secretary of State
« Reply #27 on: December 11, 2016, 06:53:22 PM »
NBC confirms along with BOLTON.

NBC Report: Trump Selects Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, With Deputy John Bolton…
Posted on December 10, 2016 by sundance

According to NBC Andrea Mitchell’s reporting, President-elect Donald Trump has selected Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as the nominee for Secretary of State.

According to a recent broadcast report NBC’s Andrea Mitchell said two transition sources informed her Tillerson’s selection is planned to be announced sometime next week.



Mitchell also reported that former Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton, would be utilized as Tillerson’s deputy at the State Department.  (Video Report Here)




More:
https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/12/10/nbc-report-trump-selects-rex-tillerson-as-secretary-of-state-with-deputy-john-bolton/
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Rand Paul Is Unhappy About Trump’s ‘Bilderberg’ Cabinet
« Reply #28 on: December 23, 2016, 07:44:27 PM »
http://www.prisonplanet.com/rand-paul-is-unhappy-about-trumps-bilderberg-cabinet.html

Rand Paul Is Unhappy About Trump’s ‘Bilderberg’ Cabinet

“Haven’t seen this many billionaires since I staked out Bilderbergs w/ Alex Jones”

Steve Watson
Prison Planet.com
December 23, 2016

Senator Rand Paul is not happy with some of the cabinet picks by president-elect Donald Trump. So much so that he took to Twitter today to deliver an ‘airing of grievances’.

Paul tweeted that he was celebrating “Festivus,” a reference to an episode of the sitcom “Seinfeld,” during which a non-commercial Christmas is celebrated by the characters in December 23rd. The airing of grievances in the episode is an opportunity for the characters to lash out at each other and everything around them that has annoyed or frustrated them for the past year.

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Screw Taylor, Hubbard and Warsh! Michael Hudson for Fed Chair!
« Reply #29 on: January 11, 2017, 12:47:59 PM »
The primary root cause of the Great Depression was the 31% contraction of the M2 money supply that the quasi-private "Federal" Reserve caused (by deliberate act of omission) to occur between 1929-1933.

The deflation-worshiping Austrians at Zero Hedge are giddy with delight that Trump's "hard money officials" (read: water-carriers for parasitic usurers) may impose a similar money supply contraction, and thereby drive that much more of a wedge between (a) the overall indebtedness of the economy (i.e. principal-plus-interest) and (b) the amount of money (principal) there is in circulation to pay it off:

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http://www.prisonplanet.com/who-will-trump-pick-as-next-fed-chair.html

Who Will Trump Pick As Next Fed Chair?

Zero Hedge
January 11, 2017

With tensions between president-elect Trump and Fed Chair Janet Yellen strained, Standish Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart discusses possible Federal Reserve appointments under a Trump administration. The front-runner, in his opinion, seems to be John Taylor…

Taylor and Hubbard were talked about during the Bernanke discussions… but Reinhart notes that broadly speaking they are conventional and will follow a tightening path (should the data continue to confirm it).

With hard-money advocates evident across many of Trump’s picks, his choice will be intriguing.
Full interview below:

-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8Q3uimeW38

As we noted previously, starting in a week, President-elect Donald Trump will have a unique opportunity to pack the Federal Reserve with hard money officials.

There are currently two open Board of Governors seats, which will most likely not be filled before the end of President Obama’s tenure. Additionally, both Chair Janet Yellen and Vice-Chair Stanley Fischer’s terms will be up by 2018. Crunch the numbers and you will see that Trump has the opportunity to replace a majority of the Board of Governors and a third of the FOMC with monetary policy hawks during his presidency.

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If Trump has an attack of sanity, he'll pick Michael Hudson as the next Fed Chair:

http://www.counterpunch.org/2016/02/03/why-michael-hudson-is-the-worlds-best-economist/

Why Michael Hudson is the World’s Best Economist

by Paul Craig Roberts
CounterPunch
February 03, 2016

Michael Hudson is the best economist in the world. Indeed, I could almost say that he is the only economist in the world. Almost all of the rest are neoliberals, who are not economists but shills for financial interests.

If you have not heard of Michael Hudson it merely shows the power of the Matrix. Hudson should have won several Nobel prizes in economics, but he will never get one.

Hudson did not intend to be an economist. At the University of Chicago, which had a leading economics faculty, Hudson studied music and cultural history. He went to New York City to work in publishing. He thought he could set out on his own when he was assigned rights to the writings and archives of George Lukacs and Leon Trotsky, but publishing houses were not interested in the work of two Jewish Marxists who had a significant impact on the 20th century.

Friendships connected Hudson to a former economist for General Electric who taught him the flow of funds through the economic system and explained how crises develop when debt outgrows the economy. Hooked, Hudson enrolled in the economics graduate program at NYU and took a job in the financial sector calculating how savings were recycled into new mortgage loans.

Hudson learned more economics from his work experience than from his Ph.D. courses. On Wall Street he learned how bank lending inflates land prices and, thereby, interest payments to the financial sector. The more banks lend, the higher real estate prices rise, thus encouraging more bank lending. As mortgage debt service rises, more of household income and more of the rental value of real estate are paid to the financial sector. When the imbalance becomes too large, the bubble bursts. Despite its importance, theanalysis of land rent and property valuation was not part of his Ph.D. studies in economics.

Hudson’s next job was with Chase Manhattan, where he used the export earnings of South American countries to calculate how much debt service the countries could afford to pay to US banks. Hudson learned that just as mortgage lenders regard the rental income from property as a flow of money that can be diverted to interest payments, international banks regard the export earnings of foreign countries as revenues that can be used to pay interest on foreign loans. Hudson learned that the goal of creditors is to capture the entire economic surplus of a country into payments of debt service.

Soon the American creditors and the IMF were lending indebted countries money with which to pay interest. This caused the countries’ foreign debts to rise at compound interest. Hudson predicted that the indebted countries would not be able to pay their debts, an unwelcome prediction that was confirmed when Mexico announced it could not pay. This crisis was resolved with “Brady bonds” named after the US Treasury Secretary, but when the 2008 US mortgage crisis hit, just as Hudson predicted, nothing was done for the American homeowners. If you are not a mega-bank, your problems are not a focus of US economic policy.

Chase Manhattan next had Hudson develop an accounting format to analyze the US oil industry balance of payments. Here Hudson learned another lesson about the difference between official statistics and reality. Using “transfer pricing,” oil companies managed to avoid paying taxes by creating the illusion of zero profits. Oil company affiliates in tax avoidance locations buy oil at low prices from producers. From these flags of convenience locations, which have no tax on profits, the oil was then sold to Western refineries at prices marked up to eliminate profits. The profits were recorded by the oil companies’ affiliates in non-tax jurisdictions. (Tax authorities have cracked down to some extent on the use of transfer pricing to escape taxation.)

Hudson’s next task was to estimate the amount of money from crime going into Switzerland’s secret banking system. In this investigation, his last for Chase, Hudson discovered that under US State Department direction Chase and other large banks had established banks in the Caribbean for the purpose of attracting money into dollar holdings from drug dealers in order to support the dollar (by raising the demand for dollars by criminals) in order to balance or offset Washington’s foreign military outflows of dollars. If dollars flowed out of the US, but demand did not rise to absorb the larger supply of dollars, the dollar’s exchange rate would fall, thus threatenting the basis of US power. By providing offshore banks in which criminals could deposit illicit dollars, the US government supported the dollar’s exchange value.

Hudson discovered that the US balance of payments deficit, a source of pressure on the value of the US dollar, was entirely military in character. The US Treasury and State Department supported the Caribbean safe haven for illegal profits in order to offset the negative impact on the US balance of payments of US military operations abroad. In other words, if criminality can be used in support of the US dollar, the US government is all for criminality.

When it came to the economics of the situation, economic theory had not a clue. Neither trade flows nor direct investments were important in determining exchange rates. What was important was “errors and omissions,” which Hudson discovered was an euphemism for the hot, liquid money of drug dealers and government officials embezzling the export earnings of their countries.

The problem for Americans is that both political parties regard the needs of the American people as a liability and as an obstacle to the profits of the military/security complex, Wall Street and the mega-banks, and Washington’s world hegemony. The government in Washington represents powerful interest groups, not American citizens. This is why the21st century consists of an attack on the constitutional protections of citizens so that citizens can be moved out of the way of the needs of the Empire and its beneficiaries.

Hudson learned that economic theory is really a device for ripping off the untermenschen. International trade theory concludes that countries can service huge debts simply by lowering domestic wages in order to pay creditors. This is the policy currently being applied to Greece today, and it has been the basis of the IMF’s structural adjustment or austerity programs imposed on debtor countries, essentially a form of looting that turns over national resources to foreign lenders.

Hudson learned that monetary theory concerns itself only with wages and consumer prices, not with the inflation of asset prices such as real estate and stocks. He saw that economic theory serves as a cover for the polarization of the world economy between rich and poor.

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TRUMP LABOR NOMINEE, ALEXANDER ACOSTA, SUPPORTS AMNESTY, CHEAP FOREIGN LABOR
« Reply #30 on: February 20, 2017, 09:15:17 AM »
Looks like it's time to crank up the Excuse-O-Meter again...

http://www.infowars.com/who-is-alexander-acosta-trump-labor-nominee-supports-amnesty-cheap-foreign-labor/

WHO IS ALEXANDER ACOSTA? TRUMP LABOR NOMINEE SUPPORTS AMNESTY, CHEAP FOREIGN LABOR

Acosta supports amnesty for illegals and a continued inflow of foreign workers

Neil Munro | Breitbart
February 17, 2017

President Donald Trump’s new nominee to run the Department of Labor is an accomplished lawyer and a rising star in the GOP’s Hispanic and pro-diversity wing.

The nominee, Alexander Acosta, is a Harvard graduate and a former senior justice department official under George W. Bush. From 2005, he served as a federal attorney in Florida, where he successfully prosecuted a series of high-profile cases and is now a university dean.

If confirmed by the Senate to run the Department of Labor, Acosta will play an important role in overseeing and regulating the annual inflow of roughly 1 million contract workers. Those contract workers fill white-collar and blue-collar jobs throughout the economy and they also lower wages for American graduates and unskilled workers.

However, he’s likely to clash with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a populist who is expected to push for reduced use of foreign workers. Throughout the 2016 campaign, Trump called for reforms of the contract-worker programs, including the H-1B program, and declared his policy would be to “Buy American, Hire American.”

On Wednesday, Jan 15, Trump’s first nominee for the job was withdrawn after a few GOP Senators said they would not vote for him in the closely divided Senate. The first nominee, restaurant CEO Anthony Puzder, was damaged by his pre-nomination support for cheap-labor immigration.

Acosta has worked in multiple legal jobs

He was appointed by Bush to the five-member National Labor Relations Board from December 2002 to August 2003. Next, he served as assistant attorney general for the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights division until June 2005, and then became U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida until 2009. He then moved to become dean of Florida International University’s College of Law.

Acosta supports amnesty for illegals and a continued inflow of foreign workers

In January 2012, at an event organized by former Gov. Jeb Bush’s Hispanic Leadership Network, Acosta urged politicians to create “a pathway to legal immigration” despite strong public opposition. He said:

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"Abolish all taxation save that upon land values." -- Henry George

"If our nation can issue a dollar bond, it can issue a dollar bill." -- Thomas Edison

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