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Employment Boom: 10 Companies That Have Promised To Add Jobs In The United States Since Trump Was Elected

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Hiring - Public DomainOne of the primary things that Trump’s presidency will be judged upon is his ability to encourage the creation of good paying jobs for American workers, and so far the results have been quite promising.  Since Trump’s surprise election victory in November, a whole bunch of companies have either promised to bring jobs back into the country or have pledged to create new ones.  Ultimately time will tell if those jobs actually materialize, but for the moment there is a tremendous amount of optimism in the air.  In fact, I don’t know if we have ever seen anything quite like this at the beginning of a new presidency.  The following are 10 companies that have promised to add jobs in the United States since the election of Donald Trump…

#1 Kroger says that it intends to fill 10,000 permanent positions in the United States this year.

#2 IBM has announced that it will be hiring an additional 25,000 workers in the United States over the next four years.

#3 Foxconn is considering setting up a 7 billion dollar plant in the United States that would create between 30,000 and 50,000 jobs.

#4 Amazon.com has pledged to add 100,000 full-time jobs in the United States by mid-2018.

#5 Wal-Mart has announced that it plans to add approximately 10,000 retail jobs in the United States in 2017.

#6 Sprint has announced that 5,000 jobs will be brought back to the United States instead of going overseas.

#7 After meeting with Trump, the CEO of SoftBank stated his intention to create 50,000 new jobs in the United States.

#8 After a phone call from Trump, industrial manufacturing giant Carrier promised to keep hundreds of jobs in the United States instead of moving them out of the country.

#9 Hyundai has promised to spend 3.1 billion dollars supporting their current factories in Georgia and Alabama, and they have said that they are now considering adding an additional factory in the United States as well.

#10 GM has pledged to invest a billion dollars in U.S. factories and to add or keep 7,000 jobs in the United States.

Unlike most politicians, so far Donald Trump seems determined to actually keep many of the promises that he made during the campaign.  And on Monday he kept a very important promise by pulling the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.  If you are not familiar with the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the following is a pretty good summary  from USA Today

The TPP is a comprehensive trade agreement among 12 Pacific Rim countries, not including China, that was signed last year by President Obama after seven years of negotiation. But the Senate had not yet ratified it. The 30-chapter pact, which also needed to be ratified by other countries before Trump’s order Monday, primarily aims to boost exports, remove tariffs and non-tariff  barriers, open access to more markets and usher in transparency in trade rules.

The 12 nations that were to be included in the Trans-Pacific Partnership collectively account for approximately 40 percent of global GDP.  So it was going to be a very big deal, and it is something that Barack Obama had been working on for many years.

But with one stroke of a pen it is over, and as I will explain below that is a very good thing.

Trump is also promising to keep his pledge to renegotiate NAFTA

On Nafta, Trump said Sunday that he’ll meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to begin discussing the deal, which he has routinely blamed for the loss of U.S. jobs although there was little change to employment in the U.S. in several years after it went into effect. Trump signaled that he’s willing to work with the U.S.’s closest neighbors.

“We’re going to start renegotiating on Nafta, on immigration, and on security at the border,” Trump said at the start of a swearing-in ceremony for top White House staff. “I think we’re going to have a very good result for Mexico, for the United States, for everybody involved. It’s really very important.”

Nobody is suggesting that we shouldn’t trade with the rest of the world, but what Donald Trump understands that so many other politicians do not is that many of these “free trade deals” have been extremely destructive to the U.S. economy.

For years, we have been buying far, far more from the rest of the world than they have been buying from us.  As a result of our massive trade deficits, there has been a continual flow of cash, jobs and businesses leaving the country.

Over the past several decades, formerly great manufacturing cities such as Detroit have been reduced to urban hellholes.  Meanwhile, China has become exceedingly wealthy and gleaming new factories have sprouted like mushrooms in their major cities.

This didn’t happen by accident.

Bad decisions lead to bad results.  And if we had kept on doing the same things, we would have continued to systematically impoverish our nation.

For more than seven years, I have been hammering home the message that our trade policies have been absolutely killing us.  So I am quite thankful that we finally have a president that understands these things.

Of course there is much more to fixing our economy than just addressing our trade deals.  As I discussed yesterday, our rapidly growing debt is becoming a major crisis, and that is going to present quite a challenge for Trump.

But for the moment, we should definitely celebrate the fact that Trump has gotten us out of the TPP and that he plans to renegotiate NAFTA.

Donald Trump understands business, and it is going to be fascinating to watch how a businessman handles the position of the presidency.  It has only been a few days, but already some of his former critics seem to be coming around a little bit.  For instance, just consider what Mark Cuban is saying

The Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur is “playing it by ear” when it comes to the effect President Donald Trump’s policies will have on the stock market. But he thinks there’s possible upside.

“I think the discussed economic programs are potentially a big plus for public companies and the overall economy,” Mr. Cuban said in an e-mail Monday morning.

The potential policies Mr. Cuban is optimistic about: corporate tax cuts; getting rid of the “friction” for small businesses; and reducing and simplifying administrative activities.

Considering our current trajectory and the immense amount of long-term damage that was done during the Obama years, it is hard to be optimistic about the future of the U.S. economy.

However, I am certainly willing to give Donald Trump a chance to show what he can do.

At least he is doing things differently than his predecessors did, and that is to be greatly applauded because the road that we were on clearly would have ended in economic oblivion.

We may very well end up there anyway, but there is certainly nothing wrong with being hopeful that Trump can somehow turn things around.

  • Jo Braner

    The greatest danger the US faces is the twin budget deficit and trade deficit. Trump is negociating fair trade deals where for every $ exported by China China will import a $ of goods from someone else. This is fair trade. For the US to produce as much as it consumes will require many more people working.

    • Guest

      Wouldn’t it be great to walk into a retail store in the future and instead of seeing “Made in China” on every product we saw “Made in America”?

      • David

        Absolutely agreed! for years long before NAFTA American Manufacturers were selling out the American worker to cheap foreign labor. After NAFTA was signed into law by President Clinton ,(supposedly the “Champion” for American Jobs) American Job losses exploded in Manufacturing. Clinton claimed NAFTA would create Millions of new jobs but Clinton never said which side of the border those jobs would be created.

        George W Bush during his presidency claimed that outsourcing was a good thing because it allowed products imported to America to be priced lower than if it were made in America.
        but everyone can see the results of this strategy which is the decimation of our Manufacturing base & decimation of Good paying American jobs.

        Thank God for Donald Trump!!

  • A.S.

    Everyone was always, “give Obama a chance…” Well, he got 8 years and all he did was damage!!! Trump is President for only 3 days and already he is more successful than former presidents accomplished in years. God Bless Trump and the United States of America. Some advice to him if he listening: get the SCOTUS to revers Roe v Wade and the stupid gay marriage decision. The for sure God will Bless America!

    • Guest

      Agreed!

    • Paul Patriot

      Amen.

      Shalom.

    • voltaic

      trump has done nothing to create jobs that weren’t going to be created regardless. It’s all theater. You people simply give him this great power to immediately create jobs. None have been created.

      and your trump deserves as much respect as you gave Obama. Let’s play fair…..

      • Lazarovic

        Exactly…

      • JC Teecher

        At least Trump did not give 230 million, of the American taxpayer’s money to Islamic terrorists in the past month. All under the guise of helping Palestinians. That $$ will never go to help one helpless Palestinian. The regime leaders of the Palestinian peoples are beholden to the Islamic terror organization Hamas.

        So all you “delusional” Odrama, supporters of evil. will have a chance to make amends, or you will face the judgment of the Almighty Creator, which knows exactly where your heart and mind are at.

        Have a good trip!

        • sister soldier

          How can you stand in the seat of the scornful and then presume judgment from the Almighty on someone else? What a self righteous position to take in the name of the Lord. Is that not the same as taking the Lord’s name in vain?

          • JC Teecher

            So you did not vote for Obama…ever?

          • sister soldier

            I voted for President Obama the first time but not his second term. I also voted for George W. Bush – twice!

          • JC Teecher

            So you call me a false prophet and one making judgment calls? I never judged anyone to hell, because that is God’s business.

            So as a “proclaiming” sister in Christ, and ever so holy, you went right up against the very Saviour you say you follow, by casting a liberal vote for killing of more innocent babies in the womb, and the promoting of another abominable act against your heavenly Father……homosexuality!

            In my book, that is what God calls a double minded person, a person that tries to speak one way in His favor, but on the other hand makes a stand, by voting for more sin and degradation of a Nation.

            Maybe casting of stones against another Christian, isn’t the best position for you to be in, as God is watching you and listening to your words. One way today, and another way tomorrow.

          • JC Teecher

            FYI, I did not vote for Trump, as I have my personal reasons, but still pray for him to make the right leadership decisions concerning the welfare of this great country.
            And…definitely did not fall into the trap of voting for a liberal agenda, as many so-called Christians have done. Me? Never!
            Thankfully for you, that voting for the sins of a liberal agenda, isn’t the “unforgivable” sin…if you even understand that it was a sinful act.

          • sister soldier

            Careful JC.

          • JC Teecher

            Always…I call it like I see it. Truth is truth, and it will set you free.
            I am free as a bird now…..

          • sister soldier

            That is your problem “as you see it” (in your humanity) which is fallible and you are correct the truth shall make you free.

        • William Lutz

          Yeah right! Like if Trump supporting right wing fanatics like you are the great epitome of holiness and good will. You’re not.

          • JC Teecher

            Thank you for pointing out your mindless and pointless liberal barbs. You people do it so well…lol!

      • abc

        Denial does not prove anything. Keep on being delusional.

      • K

        I disagree. First I am no great Trump supporter. But he has stopped jobs from leaving the Country. By threatening sizable tariffs on imported goods. Neither of the two previous Presidents did that. Further evidence, TPP has already been canceled, and NAFTA will be renegotiated. So I can not agree.

        • voltaic

          First of all he did not save jobs in IN. He gave IN a 7 million $ tax package which is approximately $100,000 per saved job. So Carrier can get a year plus of free labor from the good people of IN. Also, 700 jobs were lost anyway. That was all theater since that same offer was given them by Pence but they turned it down. Carrier can then leave after they eat the tax money.

          trump still makes his clothes in China. His MAGA hats are made in Vietnam. When is he coming back?

          And if trump puts large tariffs on goods then you will pay that cost. Then you have a trade war and all costs go up. Companies layoff workers because profits fall as people can’t afford the goods. Beware what you ask for. Tariffs will eat your paycheck faster than you can imagine.

          You do know that China is the largest car buyer by far. They can pull the plug on Chrysler, Ford, GM anytime they want and just buy more from Germany, UK, France,Japan, South korea etc. What cars do US buy from China. none. As US carmakers lose profits they layoff workers.

          It takes time for actions to have impacts. trump actions may be dramatic, but they have produced nothing yet. Read up on Smoot-Hawley and the detrimental effects of tariffs. It didn’t work then and it won’t work now.

          • K

            So what I hear is Trump most come up with a perfect solution, that does not raise the price on anything, And then maybe you think it is ok. Your expectations are not based in reality.

      • robert burns

        There is no such thing as fairness with leftists. The worst thing that the GOP can do is reach across the aisle. The left only understands power and they are experts at it. Trump understands power which is a plus. Obama led the way on exerting power vis a vis executive orders and for that I give him credit.

    • Horiboyable .

      Socialists just don’t know how to make money. They always focus on spending money

      • Lazarovic

        You wouldn’t know a socialist if she punched you in the nose…

        • Horiboyable .

          Violence is also a socialist trait.

    • SnodtBlossom

      there is no god

      • GSOB

        You should think twice about that. Here is His word concerning everyone without the faith….

        Mark 7:20-23

        He (Jesus) went on:
        “What comes out of a person is what defiles them.
        For it is from within, out of a person’s heart,
        that evil thoughts come – sexual immorality,
        theft,
        murder,
        adultery,
        greed,
        malice,
        deceit,
        lewdness,
        envy,
        slander,
        arrogance
        and folly.
        All these evils come from inside and defile a person.”

        • Guest

          That is true of all, both the saved and the unsaved. Christians still have their fallen nature. Paul described the struggle in Romans 7. But one day, hopefully soon, the saved will be clothed with their glorified bodies and the battle with sin will be over forever.

          “If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.” I John 1:10

          • SnodtBlossom

            we’re all just gonna die

          • Guest

            Yes, and then we step into eternity.

          • SnodtBlossom

            and there’s no god there

          • Kissmagrits

            Not where you are going.

          • GSOB

            Romans 8:13

          • GSOB

            Romans 8:14

          • GSOB

            John 8:46

        • SnodtBlossom

          GSOB.. haven’t i said it enough to prove that I’ve thought many times

          • GSOB

            1 John 1:7

          • LAURA KEY

            good luck… I learned a long time ago…. You can’t feed blood to a turnip. Or something like that….

    • Tatiana Covington

      Why not make your own decisions?

  • tom

    I do like seeing companies hiring, but a few of them are having fiscal problems. Are they going to hire people to avoid an embarrassing tweet now, only to lay them off later because of financial issues?

    • sister soldier

      What concerns me the most is the way the new administration seems to feel comfortable with the phrase “alternative facts”? as a substitution for truth. Is this an effort to use reversible language to create a false Eutopia? What we need now as a nation are workable plans and not pilfered promises.

      If this is to be business as usual then I don’t think we could expect anything truthful to manifest and remain. This nation is replete with part-time, seasonal, low-wage, no benefit and dead end jobs. If there is to be real economic reform then what we need are sustainable solutions that generate profitable economic growth that improves the quality of life for ALL Americans. I fail to see the silver lining in carnival lies.

      • JC Teecher

        You may be leaning towards a liberal ideology by casting blame and a dark shadow over the new administration, even before it has a chance to turn 8 years of your Odrama deception and destruction around.

        Let’s see what the situation looks like about this time next year, and then start making accusations.

        • sister soldier

          I’m definitely not a liberal and it doesn’t take all day to recognize sunshine the same way that it does not take all night to recognize that gross darkness is upon the land. The chemtrails seem to be working. “For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders that would deceive even the elect, if that were possible.”

          • William Lutz

            Trump is a false Christ.

          • sister soldier

            He very well may be William.

          • JC Teecher

            I am still mulling over the fact that you may have voted for what you saw as an antichrist.

            Correct me if I am wrong, but: I thought you stated here about 10 weeks ago, that you had voted, or was about to vote, for Trump.
            Now, you think he may very well be an/the antichrist?

            It does not add up to your preacher type postings on the internet, whereby you seem to be very knowledgeable on the KJV, and search for the truth.

            Why would a seemingly sister soldier for Christ, stand up and vote for an antichrist/false christ?

            It doesn’t make sense, and doesn’t cause folks to put much faith into your words or credentials.
            I go back to what God says about people with a “double mind”, and /or a split personality.
            Flip this way today, and flop that way tomorrow?
            Just sayin’, and makin’ an observation about you, as you have set yourself up, by calling me out as a judgmental false prophet, with a holier than thou attitude.
            I am neither, but if i were, would you not be like the pot calling the kettle …”black”.
            Go in peace, and don’t worry about what I say and do…next time.

          • sister soldier

            Then you should dig a little deeper. I voted for Trump (as I explained on ECB when I changed my avatar to sistersodeplorable just before Nov. 8th) that I was voting to see the will of God done concerning America. I also stated that I believe Donald Trump is divine indictment and not justice on a wicked and unrepentant nation. I never wavered on that principle.

            Not once did I state that I supported Donald J. Trump as POTUS and I have always submitted, “to God be the glory” and not man.

            .

          • JC Teecher

            A vote for the lesser of two evils, is still a vote in “support” of. I don’t see that God needed your vote, “to see the will of God done concerning America”.
            He is quite capable of making all that happen regardless of the position you are in with Him.

            It sounds like statements coming from someone that may work for, or with taxpayer $$, and is scared they might lose their cushy little job, due to Trump cutting the bureaucratic fat?

          • sister soldier

            I’m not worried about losing my job because I don’t work for Trump and my faith is not that weak. What God has for me He simply has for me and no one or any system can circumvent that promise.

            I would never vote for the lesser of two evils. I only voted to prove a point to Bill W. initially, but God is and will always be in control and He can use a man like Trump as He sees fit. Trump would have won whether I voted for him or not because God is the one who sets up Kings and Princes and He alone takes them down. Trump could be Cyrus or Nebuchadnezzar; it really doesn’t matter to me.

          • JC Teecher

            So you did not vote for Obama ..once..or maybe twice?

        • William Lutz

          Are you so brainwashed by the “patriotic” alt right that you don’t see the disaster that is coming?

          • JC Teecher

            I know exactly what is coming, and it has nothing to do with alt right or left.
            It is about a world of sin and false preachers, and their congregations.
            It is about liberalism and the evil that it represents.

          • sister soldier

            If you know what is prophesied then how could you offer a word of praise to Trump who represents a manmade government institution or any other human being knowing that our God is a jealous God and He will not share His glory with another? No one in the household of faith should uphold the flesh in any form when it stands in contradiction to the Word of God and His holy commandment when the Bible clearly tells us there is “no good thing in the flesh” whether its a president or a cab driver we are warned not to uphold it but rather we are to pray the will of God to be done in our lives and in the earth.

            The reasons we have geopolitical barriers is because we sorely lack in the greatest commandment which is love. because only it can transcend all things, it covers a multitude of sins and leads to repentance. Our culture is based upon lust and this is the reason we have social, cultural and geopolitical wars. Because the moment that lust is not satisfied it chooses war. “What causes conflicts and quarrels among you? Don’t they come from the passions at war within you? You crave what you do not have. You kill and covet, but are unable to obtain it. You quarrel and fight. You do not have, because you do not ask. And when you do ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may squander it on your pleasures/usts.…”

            So in my humble but unwavering opinion Trump cannot fix inherited sin which is still very much alive in the flesh of all mankind and is the driving factor behind all of our problems when its all said and done. No one is crying out for mercy like the Ninevites but they are growing more proud and confident in Trump’s right hand; not God’s power which he reserves in His own right hand. So He will allow the cup of iniquity to come to a full so that His judgments may be justified. Only God can bring about a lasting solution and it is an abomination for a child of God to look to any other source as savior for deliverance.

          • JC Teecher

            Hopefully your sermon will have some effect on other readers here.
            Cause sister, you are preaching to the choir on my behalf.

          • sister soldier

            As long as you understand it I don’t have to anything further.

          • JC Teecher

            Amen.

  • Bob

    Michael:
    Look a little closer at these jobs. Are they part time work with no benefits? Or are they seasonal jobs?Do these positions have a true career path? Are they minimum wage jobs? Considering the low economic growth of the nation, I doubt if they represent good positions.

    • JC Teecher

      A job of any kind is better than suckling off the taxpayer teat, all day.

      But, you socialists had rather bitch and moan about anything but true facts.
      Your so-called hope and change potus did nothing to help anyone but his filthy rich partners in crime, called American traitors, by us patriots.

      • Special Little Snowflake

        A taxpayer with a 56k salary only pays 70$ of that to “wealfare programs” whereas 2000$ will go to corporations… Who’s sucking off the teat again?

      • Muslim Snowflake

        Wow I thought Christianity was about helping the poor…some god you got there

  • billtheguy

    All those jobs. Do you think we can motivate the welfare people to get some of those jobs? Reduce government spending, and more taxpayers. “If you’re not contributing to society, then you’re a burden upon it”.

  • Guest

    Yesterday President Trump signed an executive order that imposes a federal hiring freeze. No vacant positions can be filled and no new positions can be created. (The military is exempt from this order.) This is a good first step to getting federal spending under control. But there is much, much more that needs to be done in order to get this nation back onto a sustainable fiscal path. Trump must make some very tough decisions with regard to the social insurance programs (i.e. Social Security, Medicare, etc.). These programs are insolvent and will bankrupt this nation if nothing is done.

    • William Lutz

      Trump can’t and will not do that.

      • Guest

        Yes, he can. If he doesn’t there is no hope of getting this nation back onto a sustainable fiscal path.

        • William Lutz

          Ok. Social security is an irreversible Ponzi scheme that’s tied to inflation. How can we keep on paying for these programs, with all the debt and liabilities we have? Go to the Ron Paul Liberty Report and see for yourself.

          • Guest

            You obviously have the reading comprehension level of a 3 year old.

            I said that Trump must make some tough decisions regarding our social insurance programs.

          • William Lutz

            Hey moron, I perfectly understood what you were talking about. You were talking as if you still have hope for our fiscal future, and I simply implied that it is virtually impossible to restore our nation’s financial stability. You’re the one who needs an English composition retake, because apparently you didn’t coherently express your thoughts in writing.

    • Special Little Snowflake

      Yes keep feeding that 650 Billion military we got. How are we gonna pay for that? That freeze should have hit only the military, instead all the jobs for the programs that actually help the country are now frozen.

  • Mr.Cipher

    Finally a President with balls. FU to TPP and NAFTA. Both are BAD for the American worker. Go Trump!

  • Richard Carney

    I’m just encouraged by the way he is motivated to seek solutions and not merely get a good teleprompter…or plan up a “beer summit”…

  • XSANDIEGOCA

    If Trump can’t do it, there is no one else who can or will.

  • Mr.Cipher

    No more welfare instructions in Spanish!
    Great start Trump!

  • Cinderella Man

    That’s the difference between a career politician and someone who works for a living. President Trump is amazing. He is already meeting with labor unions. He is pragmatic and realistic. He wants us all to win. It’s a breath of fresh air.

    • SnodtBlossom

      CinderellaDirtbag.. get a job!

      • Guest

        Get a life and stop trolling.

        • SnodtBlossom

          Anonymous Coward

          • Guest

            Pot meet kettle.

          • SnodtBlossom

            I am the One and Only SnodtBlossom

          • Guest

            But you’re still anonymous, so it’s a case of the pot calling the kettle black.

          • SnodtBlossom

            Not totally anonymous.. I am unique and distinct.. you are one of the cowardly many

          • Cinderella Man

            The one and only Twaatblossom!! The super sjw troll who never quits!! Don’t forget to Jump for Trump!!!

          • SnodtBlossom

            You’ll always be my CinderellaDirtBag 🙂

          • Cinderella Man

            Aww thank you you’re too sweet…we should go out sometime and just get down and have a good ol fashioned grudgef*** take you’re hatred out on me BAHAHAHA!!

      • Cinderella Man

        Twaatblossom!! I missed you..sorry I’ve been busy tormenting your kind on Occupy Democrats!! How’s it going these days?? Feeling sad? Depressed?? Hey there is a way you can show your displeasure for our president..it’s called Jump for Trump!! Prove your worth as a true social justice warrior by jumping off the highest building you can find!!! It’s the latest trend!! Much better than some boring paid protest and wearing stupid hats and costumes!! Give it a try!!

  • Jill

    Talk is cheap and the grandiose promises of those who are drunk on baseless optimism should be taken with the proverbial grain of salt. Look only to the third and fourth quarter retail sales numbers to see that these added positions have nothing to do with demand. Two thirds of major retailers reported year over year losses. Trump will not be the reincarnation of Von Mises. We’ll have a protracted, deep recession within the next two years and nothing he will do will be able to avoid it.

    • Guest

      Well, during his campaign for president, Trump himself said we’re headed for a massive recession. I think he understands the damage that has been done to this nation. And his policies are intended to promote U.S. economic growth. He’s going in the right direction, and I believe he’s truly trying to turn this around. Give him a chance.

  • Lazarovic

    Considering our current trajectory and the immense amount of long-term damage that was done during the Bush years, it is hard to be optimistic about the future of the U.S. economy.

    • Mr.Cipher

      Reagan inherited a mess from Carter. He didn’t blame Carter. He turned it around.

      Obama must be laughing at how “Blame it on Bush” still works eight years later.

      • Guest

        Reagan didn’t inherit a $20 trillion national debt and tens of trillionsmore in unfunded liabilities.

    • David

      Lazarovic,
      I know from your past posts you really dislike Republicans. I did too until I found out it was Clinton that signed NAFTA into law creating the situation of Manufacturing job losses in America. All presidents after Clinton regardless of party were also onboard with NAFTA or otherwise they would have done something to try & repeal it.
      All presidents of past besides Trump serve or Served their Masters. Trump is a Maverick in which he is not a puppet for the Elite as all past Presidents and is why he will do great things for the American worker compared to past Presidents that only offered LIP SERVICE!

    • Jerry C

      How can any sane person take you seriously when you’re still blaming Bush for the economy?! Truely liberalism is a mental disorder.

    • Spatial Memory

      A comical myopic notion.

  • LIZ THE SHIZ

    great news yes but any manufacturer building new plants here will automate and continue to automate as much as possible , we need to train young people and everyone else trades and skills that are actually needed and not depend on our broken education system to keeping pushing unqualified people through even with “so called” college degrees

    • SnodtBlossom

      Arschegeige

      • LIZ THE SHIZ

        IN Deutschland haben wir eine Redewendung, mein Arsch Violine spielt Ihre Lieblings-Musik die Scheiße, die Sie kleine troll

        • SnodtBlossom

          Arsche Mit Ohren

    • William Lutz

      Technology is a bitch. It will continue to advance along with society’s abominations.

  • David

    something else Donald Trump must address is the outright Manipulation of employers taking advantage of our work Visa programs. the H1B (Skilled Professionals) & H2B (Non Professional skilled) By Law Employers are only allowed to hire foreign Visa workers “ONLY” if there are not enough American Workers to fill those positions. SO California Edison & Disney are examples of this manipulation. over 500 Skilled American Employees working for SO California Edison were forced to Train their Foreign replacements or face losing their severance pay when their Employer finally gave them the ax that was preplanned. These American workers lost their jobs because our Government refuses to uphold the law and hold Employers accountable for breaking them just like our Government refuses to hold American Employers accountable when they hire Illegals.
    this needs to change & hopefully through prayer our new Executive Administration can have a positive effect on making these changes and enforce the rule of Law that will benefit American Workers instead of Greedy Employers & their Visa employees. (Cheap foreign workers).

    • Lennie Pike

      YES!!!! The easiest way to make sure Americans have good paying jobs is to enforce existing immigration law and work visa law. Walls need to be built around all U.S. International Airports also.

      But Trump is already beginning to waffle on his promises in this area and you can’t blame him. Yea right – American business owners and their customers will agree to give up cheap reliable labor – and replace it with what? Before that can happen, Americans need to be made great again – the majority are not what they used to be.

      • socalbeachdude

        TRUMP TO UNLEASH IMMIGRATION ORDERS

        http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-immigration-exclusive-idUSKBN1582XQ?il=0

        TRUMP’S MIGRANT CLAMPDOWN…

        The President will start building Mexico border wall TOMORROW – and is set to BAN people from Syria and six other ‘dangerous’ Muslim countries from entering America with executive orders

        President Donald Trump will begin rolling out executive actions on immigration Wednesday, beginning with steps to tighten border security – including his proposed wall along the US-Mexico border.

        The president is also expected to sign other domestic immigration enforcement measures that will include targeting sanctuary cities and temporarily barring immigration from Muslim countries whose citizens could pose a terrorist threat.

        The president posted a tweet on Tuesday evening signaling that major announcements were in the offing. ‘Big day planned on NATIONAL SECURITY tomorrow,’ Trump wrote. ‘Among many other things, we will build the wall!’ The new Trump directives are expected to block all visas from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.

        http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4154332/Trump-ban-immigrants-Syria-6-countries.html

        • Lennie Pike

          Work visas?

  • BeenThere

    It does seem to be an irrational the Democrats are Satan’s party and the Republicans are God’s party

    • sister soldier

      They have deduced it to mean red Jesus, blue Jesus when Jesus would have nothing to do with political affiliations.

  • horse777res

    And Old Hag Clinton would have been better!!!!

    • William Lutz

      Heck yeah! That would’ve taught the sheeple a bigger lesson. With Trump being our so called economic “savior”, we will only be living in a Bush like era and will slide back with our continuous reckless spending and our declining culture.

  • sister soldier

    Keen observation.

  • Richard O. Mann

    As the old China man said, “we shall see.”

  • William Lutz

    I told them so. “I love my country so much that I will settle for the lesser of two evils.”

  • Mike Molyneaux

    Everyone is quick with
    criticism but slow with a practical alternative to Trump, Hillary or Obama. Trump
    will eventually show his true colors. He is an inconsistent, insensitive, ego-centric,
    capitalist, white faced, psychopath, much like Hillary and Obama. US citizens have short memories
    and wear rose colored glasses. Many of us outside the US can tell that faith in
    him as America’s Savior will end when his policies and actions take shape.
    After thousands of years of human experience, trials in empire building and
    errors in efforts to overthrow oppressive regimes, it should now be obvious
    that our democratic political system is a farce and not much better than
    oligarchy, monarchy, or communism. The main difference is that democratic
    governments are better at hiding the truth, at political theatre and putting
    rose colored glasses on all their audiences. Israel’s Messiah explained a
    better revolutionary strategy for undermining and sabotaging all the kingdoms
    of this world at once without bullets and bomb. Join Yeshua’s revolutionary army for
    the final political victory.

    • socalbeachdude

      Laughably false.

  • Spatial Memory

    Yikes!!! After years of fighting the tape; CERTAIN the collapse was imminent, another perma bear turning bullish. LOL

  • Muslim Snowflake

    weird Trump has a bunch of money invested in the Dapl pipeline and he now approves it. No conflict of intrest there.

    • JC Teecher

      So what? Is that any skin off your muzzie a$$?

      • Muslim Snowflake

        yeah he’s just like Clinton except he actually wants to put me into a camp

        • JC Teecher

          That is a lie from the left, unless you are a terrorist, and then you should be encamped alright…in clay.

  • Orac4Prez

    My goodness. He wants to keep people employed and paying taxes so he can actually pay for his election promises. What a novel concept. Now that is a CHANGE from Obama!

    • Special Little Snowflake

      Yeah keep you paying taxes but not the rich

  • robert burns

    Not just Obama years was damage done, but also Geo Bush. Trump is as close to a third party president as you will ever see. I will continue to be pessimistic however. That way I am never surprised nor disappointed. Leftists will obstruct and destruct as much as they can. They are ideologues and that always trumps what is good for the people writ large.

  • buffalo lips

    ” …surprise election victory in November, …” You’re kidding, right! Surprised? If you were surprised, maybe you should be writing for the New York Times or SNL. Never-the-less, a good article.

  • Are you really American? because Americans don’t write so much sense in one post. 🙂

  • geoffandmarie418@aol.com

    First I’m not a big Donald Trump fan. Second I believe in fair trade. How ever what has happened to America since NAFTA was approved in1993 is we Americans have for the most part lost good paying jobs. America is in deep doo doo. We need to stand together as one and support a president who certainly has his faults, but who actually cares somewhat for the great folks of this republic!!!

  • mtntrek3

    Not sure about a boom, but encouraging. Moving more in the right direction.

  • Liberty First

    No kidding…at least it seems like Trump likes us and is going to try his best. At this stage of the collapse that is all we can ask for. We will see what time holds.

  • David

    I agree the US needs to bring the jobs home they have lost to the world. It’s not right what corporations have done in the US to their US employees when built plants off shore. One thing that numerous US companies have done to Canadian jobs, is come to Canada, buy a company, operate for a while, then pull out leaving many unemployed. The most recent example is Target. They bought about three quarters of a retail chain; were unable to make it profitable so went bankrupt after 2 years operation, losing $2.1 billion, leaving thousands of people unemployed. The Target stores sit as a blight in malls all across Canada. “A gold standard case study in what retailers should not do when they enter a new market”- Financial post. US companies like Walmart,The Home Depot, Lowes have made it, but wiped out much of their competition and the full time jobs for part time jobs. Walmart for example imports many off shore cheaper products, which under cut the Canadian products, which has hurt or eliminated jobs. Walmart perfected this in the US, first; destroying thousands of small and medium sized businesses, while paying their employees poorly, and became one of the richest families on the backs of their employees.

    • socalbeachdude

      Corporations are in business to MAKE MONEY and will source jobs wherever it is most cost effective, and that certainly isn’t here in the United States for most jobs.

      • Spatial Memory

        …another ludicrously myopic homespun notion.

  • socalbeachdude

    Trump Authorizes Construction Of Controversial Pipelines

    Authorizing construction of Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipeline fulfills a campaign promise – to the chagrin of environmentalists and residents along the routes of both projects.

    Trump told reporters “(w)e are going to renegotiate some of the terms. We will build our own pipelines (and) pipes. We’re going to make the process much more simple for the oil companies and everybody else that wants to do business in the United States.”

    On Monday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said both projects will “increase jobs, increase economic growth, and tap into America’s energy supply more.”

    http://rense.com/general96/trumpauthpipelines.htm#sthash.j6oxetWs.dpuf

  • socalbeachdude

    The NYT Furious Over Trump Killing TPP

    On his first Monday in office, Trump fulfilled his campaign pledge to kill TPP, his memorandum saying future trade deals will be negotiated one-on-one with individual countries.

    He’s off to a good start in saving US jobs, his action and whatever follows hopefully helping to staunch their offshoring – transforming America into a nation of low-paid service workers, its manufacturing base largely abroad.

    “We’ve been talking about this for a long time,” he said, calling pulling out of TPP a “great thing for the American worker” and US manufacturing.

    Union leaders he met with on Monday applauded his move. AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka issued the following statement, saying:

    “Last year, a powerful coalition of labor, environmental, consumer, public health and allied groups came together to stop the TPP. Today’s announcement that the US is withdrawing from TPP and seeking a reopening of NAFTA is an important first step toward a trade policy that works for working people.”

    “While these are necessary actions, they aren’t enough. They are just the first in a series of necessary policy changes required to build a fair and just global economy.”

    “We will continue our relentless campaign to create new trade and economic rules that end special privileges for foreign investors and Big Pharma, protect our planet’s precious natural resources and ensure fair pay, safe conditions and a voice in the workplace for all workers.”

    http://rense.com/general96/NYTfurious.htm#sthash.nJ2GeeaC.dpuf

  • socalbeachdude

    TRUMP TELLS THE EPA TO JUST SHUT UP…

    Trump administration gags Environmental Protection Agency from speaking to reporters and tweeting – or giving out contracts

    The Trump administration has instituted what it described as a temporary media blackout at the Environmental Protection Agency and barred staff from awarding any new contracts or grants.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4153418/Trump-admin-orders-EPA-contract-freeze-media-blackout.html

  • socalbeachdude

    The economy of the US was vastly better and healthier in 2009 than it is currently.

  • socalbeachdude
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  • LAURA KEY

    TIME TO GET OFF WELFARE, GET OFF OBAMACARE…. AND GET A DAMN JOB!! ……STOP SPONGING OFF TAXPAYERS!

  • JC Teecher

    I am not sad about anything at the present, as I have been forgiven of all my sins; so check your insults and fabrications at the door, and proceed to your lofty perch of perfection.

  • landofaaahs

    Some of these are legit but we must ask ourselves if some of these factories are just assembly plants or whether the parts are also made here in the USA. Afterall, an assembled car takes up a lot space compared to the individual parts shipped. And if the assembly is done by robots and these companies anticipate a tax haven when the new tax laws are introduced, then this may not be the good thing it is purported to be, The devil is in the details people.

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