Trump regulatory reform: As with taxes, I will have one overriding goal when it comes to regulation: I want to keep jobs and wealth in America. Motor vehicle manufacturing is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the country. The U.S. economy today is twenty-five percent smaller than it would have been without the surge of regulations since 1980. […]Read more
Category: Jobs Policies
Jobs Policies must reflect the result of a strong capitalistic economy, the elimination of a trade deficit, improved federal revenue as a result of changed economic policies, and the cutting back of the federal workforce who are stifling our economy with over regulation.
Trump’s go-it-alone instincts were a consistent refrain — “I’m the Lone Ranger,” he said at one point — during a 96-minute interview Thursday in which he talked candidly about his aggressive style of campaigning and offered new details about what he would do as president. The real estate mogul, top aides and his son Don Jr. gathered over lunch at […]Read more
In January 2000, President Bill Clinton boldly promised China’s inclusion in the World Trade Organization (WTO) “is a good deal for America. Our products will gain better access to China’s market, and every sector from agriculture, to telecommunications, to automobiles. But China gains no new market access to the United States.” None of what President Clinton promised came true. Since […]Read more
“Mr. Trump is concerned about the 90 million Americans that are outside our workforce, a Trump adviser told Breitbart News. “Jeb Bush wants to import more low-skilled, unemployed foreigners who will further drive down wages for the middle class.” Source: DonaldJTrump.comRead more
He’s a major league protectionist who hates free trade–and he has no understanding of the law of comparative advantage. The Raleigh News Observer reports on a stop Trump made in that city, only a few days before Trump is likely to make an official announcement that he is going to seek the presidency: Addressing criticism that he lacks the political […]Read more