Ed’s Cabinet/Agency Leadership Suggestions For A Potential Trump/Cruz Administration


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EXECUTIVE OFFICES
President: Donald Trump – Real Estate Tycoon
Vice President: Ted Cruz – U.S. Senator

CABINET/OTHER KEY OFFICES
Chief Of Staff: Jeffrey Lord – Former Associate Political Director For The Reagan Administration
Secretary Of State: John Bolton – Former U.S. Ambassador To The United Nations
Attorney General: Trey Gowdy – U.S. Congressman
Secretary Of Defense: James Mattis – Retired 4-Star Marine Corps General
Secretary Of Homeland Security: Frank Gaffney – Founder And President Of The Center For Security Policy
Secretary Of Treasury: Thomas Sowell – Senior Fellow At The Hoover Institution
Secretary Of Education: Newt Gingrich – Former Speaker Of The U.S. House Of Representatives
Secretary Of Health And Human Services: Ben Carson – Former Director Of Pediatric Neurosurgery At Johns Hopkins Medical Center
Director Of National Intelligence: Keith Alexander – Retired 4-Star Army General
Secretary Of Veterans Affairs: Allen West – Former U.S. Congressman
Secretary Of Transportation: Ted Houghton – Former Chairman Of The Texas Transportation Commission
Secretary Of Energy: Tom Tanton – Executive Director Of The American Tradition Institute
Secretary Of The Interior: Sarah Palin – Former Governor Of Alaska
Director Of Immigration And Customs Enforcement: Joe Arpaio – Sheriff Of Maricopa County, Arizona
Chairman Of The Federal Reserve: Mark Thornton – Senior Fellow At The Ludwig Von Mises Institute
Director Of The Office Of Management And Budget: Romina Boccia – Grover M. Hermann Fellow In Federal Budgetary Affairs For The Heritage Foundation
U.S. Trade Representative: Carl Icahn – Business Magnate
Press Secretary: Lou Dobbs – Television News Commentator

OFFICES THAT SHOULD BE ABOLISHED
Department Of Agriculture
Department Of Commerce
Department Of Labor
Department Of Housing And Urban Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

NEW OFFICES THAT SHOULD BE CREATED
Secretary Of Free Market Capitalism: Arthur Brooks – President Of The American Enterprise Institute
Director Of Government Downsizing: Thomas Schatz – President Of Citizens Against Government Waste

POTENTIAL SUPREME COURT JUSTICE NOMINEES
William Pryor – Judge On The U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Eleventh Circuit
Diane Sykes – Judge On The U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Seventh Circuit
Roy Moore – Chief Justice Of The Alabama Supreme Court
A. Raymond Randolph – Judge On The U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Washington, DC Circuit

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*AUDIO* Mark Steyn Discusses The Republican Divide Of 2016

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*VIDEO* Another Double Whammy: The Donald Holds Major Rally In OK Right After D.C. Event (09/25/15)


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Love him or hate him, Trump is the Energizer bunny of the 2016 election cycle. This guy is freakin’ everywhere!
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Click HERE to watch his Values Voter Summit speech from earlier in the day.

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*VIDEO* Ted Cruz Takes On Jurassic Press At Iowa Public Television Roundtable



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H/T Right Scoop

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Governor Walker Drops Out Of GOP Primary Race

Scott Walker Is Dropping Out Of 2016 Race – The Blaze

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Walker’s campaign called a 6 p.m. news conference in Madison for an undisclosed topic.

The most recent poll after the last Republican debate had Walker down to 0 percent.

The New York Times was the first to report Walker was quitting the race. A Walker campaign representative did not return a request for comment from TheBlaze.

Walker has touted himself as the battle-tested conservative governor in a blue state who won three times in four years. He once led in Iowa and had polled well nationally, but neither of his debate performances were particularly strong.

Walker is the second candidate to drop out, leaving the still-crowded GOP presidential field with 15 candidates.

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry was the first to depart, but his exit was less surprising, as he never caught fire – in contrast to Walker, who until recently was polling in the top three.

Walker was elected governor of Wisconsin in 2010, promising to reign in the state’s pension system. He gained national fame in battling state-employee unions. The unions pushed a recall election in 2012, which Walker won, then went on to get re-elected handily in 2014.

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Ed Lists The 7 Other GOP Presidential Candidates Who Should Drop Out Of The Race Immediately

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CHRIS CHRISTIE

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JOHN KASICH

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BOBBY JINDAL

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RICK SANTORUM

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LINDSEY GRAHAM

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GEORGE PATAKI

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JIM GILMORE

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Your Daley Gator Election 2016 Poll O’ The Week


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Your Daley Gator Campaign 2016 Picture O’ The Day


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Now that’s funny right there… I don’t care who you are.

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*VIDEOS* Young America’s Foundation – National Conservative Student Conference 2015


MIKE LEE

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NEWT GINGRICH

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TOM COTTON

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DINESH D’SOUZA

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BURT FOLSOM

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DANIEL HANNAN

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WALTER E. WILLIAMS

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MARK LEVIN

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Click HERE to visit the official website of the Young America’s Foundation

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UPDATE! Great News! My father is being released from hospital today

All his tests were OK, the fluid in his lungs is pretty much gone, and they are cutting him loose, so, while I wait for the call to go pick him up, back to posting about things like Hillarys’ bubble

At McClatchy:

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA — Here’s how Hillary Clinton campaigned for president this week: She took a private 15-minute tour of a bike shop that had closed for her visit. She spoke to four small business owners chosen by her staff in front of an audience of 20, also chosen by her staff. She answered a few questions from the media following weeks of silence.

And after a little more than an hour, Clinton was off, whisked away by aides and Secret Service agents, into a minivan and on to the next event.

Members of the public who wanted to go inside the building to support her, oppose her or merely ask a question of her were left outside on an unseasonably cool Iowa day. Most didn’t bother showing up.

“I am troubled that so far in this caucus cycle she hasn’t had any public town halls,” said Chris Schwartz, a liberal activist from Waterloo, as he stood outside the bike store hoping to talk to Clinton about trade. “If she had a public town hall then we wouldn’t be out here. We would much rather be in there engaging with her.”

Welcome to Hillary Clinton 2.0. Mindful of her defeat by Barack Obama in 2008, Clinton has embraced a new strategy – one that so far does not include town-hall meetings and campaign rallies, media interviews, even public events.

Instead, she holds small controlled events with a handful of potential voters in homes, businesses and schools. She repeats many of the same lines (“I want to be your champion” is a favorite), participants are handpicked by her staff or the event host, and topics are dictated by her campaign.

Brent Johnson, 35, the owner of Bike Tech, said Clinton campaign staffers walked into the shop a week earlier and asked him if he’d be interested in hosting an event. He and the three roundtable participants were on a conference call with the campaign the day before to hear Clinton’s “basic talking points” about helping small businesses. A campaign aide says they found guests through the small business community.

Well, gee, Hillary seen as distant, snobbish, detached, out of touch, and elitist? Who could have predicted that? OK, everybody could have of course. She has zero personality, a grating voice, and has no ability to connect with anyone outside of empty talking points.