Max Keiser tells how Trump is seducing unions with his infrastructure plans and dropping TPP.
In mid-January Max Keiser said he will announce his official candidacy for Congress in March.
David Frum, author of George W Bush’s Axis of Evil speech, has this to say about the future under Trump:
The preconditions are present in the U.S. today. Here’s the playbook Donald Trump could use to set the country down a path toward illiberalism.
Interesting to see Starbucks’ position from a PR perspective — and the accompanying backlash.
Starbucks is in hot water after CEO Howard Schultz announced plans to hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years.
Someone’s running the White House – but it’s not Jared Kushner.
Donald Trump’s son-in-law was supposed to be a positive influence, but Steve Bannon has taken charge.
Meanwhile Obama is not going away quietly but his legacy is being questioned:
Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) weighs in about former President Obama speaking out against President Trump's executive order that halts Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. for 120 days. "He's able to speak out if he wants to," the former Democratic Congressman said. "I agree with him that the constitution doesn't allow for a religious test. But let's say something here. Donald Trump didn't create these wars; wars create refugees. And President Obama both in Syria and in Libya backed conflicts which created refugees. So, that's something if he's involved in the debate he should have to answer for that." "If you're going to engage in a debate after you leave the presidency, you have to be prepared to defend your policies and the Obama policies of interventionism are going to be difficult to defend when you look at the results," Kucinich said. "So I would say that, yes, we shouldn't have a religious test for entry into the country, but, no, President…