Wisconsin new Jobs Available 13,000; Taxpayer Money Saved; United Nations Push Back
Wisconsin new Jobs Available 13,000
Trump Celebrates Foxconn Plant in Wisconsin
RUSH: This is kind of cool. President Trump is right now, as we speak, in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, at the ribbon cutting for the new Foxconn plant there. Foxconn is the Taiwanese company that assembles iPhones in both mainland China and India, a number of other places. And they’re opening a plant in Wisconsin, 13,000 jobs will be created. I think they’re gonna make LCD screens or any number of sized TV sets and iPad size. I don’t think they got much to do with iPhone production there, but Trump just talked about how brilliant a guy Scott Walker is.
Scott Walker said this would have never happened — Foxconn, nobody would have ever come to Wisconsin to open this plant, 13,000 new jobs — if it weren’t for the Donald Trump. And that is undeniably true. So much of what’s happened in the country that had not happened before in the modern era, recent years. Trump’s making it happen.
Thanks to A.F. Branco at Comically Incorrect for his great cartoon
“We cannot allow all of these people to invade our Country,” Trump wrote in one of several tweets. “When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came. Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and Law and Order. Most children come without parents. ~Pres. Trump
Taxpayer Money Saved
Citizens Against Government Waste Praises White House Reorganization Plan
CAGW hailed the White House’s plan released this month to streamline and reorganize the federal government. The plan represents the culmination of a process that began in March 2017 when President Trump issued an executive order directing the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) “to submit … a proposed plan to reorganize the executive branch in order to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability of agencies.” CAGW worked with OMB throughout the process, and many of the proposals in the President’s plan mirror recommendations CAGW has made for years in its annual Prime Cuts. Highlights of the plan include merging the Departments of Education and Labor to meet the needs of citizens from the classroom to the workforce; selling assets owned by the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Power Marketing Administrations,
saving taxpayers $9.5 billion over 10 years;
moving all federal record keeping to an electronic format and ending the collection of paper records after 2022; and privatizing the United States Postal Service to lower its cost structure and put it back on sound financial footing. Read more about President Trump’s plan to reorganize the federal government.
United Nations Push Back
US leaves UN Human Rights Council over ‘bias against Israel’
Ambassador Nikki Haley pointed to the membership of countries like China, Cuba and Venezuela that are themselves accused of rights violations and charged that the council has a “chronic bias against Israel.”
The withdrawal didn’t come as a surprise.
National Security Adviser John Bolton opposed the council’s creation in 2006.
In a speech to the body last year, Haley called it out for what she said was its “relentless, pathological campaign” against the Jewish state.
Trump Administration To Remove US From UN Human Rights Council
The United Nations Human Right Council was created in 2006 to shed light on human rights abuses around the globe. It, unfortunately, has not served that purpose and has been hampered by geopolitical bias since its inception.
Ambassador Nikki Haley has said, “For our part, the United States will not sit quietly while this body, supposedly dedicated to human rights, continues to damage the cause of human rights. In the end, no speech and no structural reforms will save the members of the Human Rights Council from themselves.”