American jobs

America's Salesman In Chief Returns From Asia

Unlike Obama, whose trade policies exported American jobs, not American goods, President Trump is conducting himself as the salesman in chief for American jobs and American products.

Trump’s Michigan Surge Confirmed And Explained

Hillary Clinton's lead in Michigan has fallen 7 points in the past month. An exclusive new Detroit Free Press/WXYZ-TV poll shows Trump has moved close to tying Clinton in a state that hasn't backed a Republican nominee since 1988.

Another Reason To Back Trump: The US Chamber of Commerce Is Against Him

Donald Trump’s analysis that bad trade deals and currency manipulation are largely responsible for the destruction of our manufacturing base is certainly correct, but there’s another signature US Chamber of Commerce issue that didn’t get much play in Trump's Pennsylvania speech, and that is unlimited immigration, which has contributed as much, if not more, than NAFTA has to the destruction of America’s middle class.

True Patriotism Is Axing Taxes to Keep Companies in US

Stephen Moore, The Daily Signal

The politicians who defend a tax system that exports American jobs overseas have the real “patriotism problem.”

Buchanan: America is Rejecting the GOP’s Big Business Wing

Scott Greer, Daily Caller

“You’re not going to get back the middle class when you’re constantly appeasing big business — when folks are losing their jobs because of these trade deals, these masses of imports, these open borders, and the wars we’ve gotten into. I think the whole country is rejecting that,” Buchanan said.

Illegal Aliens Are Not “Refugees”

If fleeing a dead job market and gang violence made one a legal refugee, then most of the American citizens living in Detroit, Springfield, MA or any of the other hundreds of dying communities in the Rust Belt would appear to qualify as “refugees.”

House GOP Trying to Fool You On Immigration

Jake Sherman and Seung Min Kim, Politico

In secret talks, House Repub. establishment leaders revealed they want to release their 'principles for immigration reform,' before the 1/28 SOTU address. They're pulling out all the stops to get conservatives on their side, but don't be fooled.

The Talladega Economy

The Republican establishment and the cheap labor wing of Big Business want to continue to suppress wages and job growth for American citizens by granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens and opening the borders to more low-skilled immigrants. How does this make sense with the civilian labor force participation rate at its lowest level in 36 years?

Take Care of U.S. Citizens First

Bill Hoffmann, Newsmax

The U.S. needs to focus on getting jobs for U.S. citizens instead of hiring immigrants and making deals with other nations for cheap labor, says Jim Cramer, host of CNBC's "Mad Money." "Can we just help people get jobs who live here? We have so many problems in our country," Cramer said.