Cuddy has also testified before members of Congress on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice. Dr. Cuddy has authored or edited twenty books and booklets, and has written hundreds of articles appearing in newspapers around the nation, including the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and USA Today.
Hoover Institute fellow William Evers – NO – His association in the Hoover Institute shows a neocon, negative education ruining organization which feels they have the right to tell the rest of us what is right and wrong.
Secretary of Energy: (This is one of the many departments in Washington which need to be eliminated)
Venture Capitalist Robert Grady – NO – Supports the UN Agenda 21! Why would we want a venture capitalist as Secretary of Energy unless it is for payback?
Businessman Harold Hamm – YES – good choice
Secretary of Health and Human Services:
Dr. Ben Carson: No explanation needed; definitely – no better choice in the country
Former New Jersey State Sen. Rich Bagger – endorsing an individual just because he is a Republican scares me – along with addressing how much money he has poured into various PAC’s (which I consider illegal) – if the donations are legal they should be out front – looks more like a pay to pay individual
Newt Gingrich – Can these long standing neocon’s not support a good candidate without expecting something in return – do not trust the man. His openness in support of Alvin Toffler and his New World Order lingo along with Nancy Pelosi on supporting global warming – Gingrich can be an advisor in a corner but nothing else. In addition, he does not have the background for this position. [LINK]
Gov. Rick Scott – As a Floridian I say absolutely not – NO! His handling or I should say lack of handling the people of this state over Common Core and his willingness to please Jeb Bush leaves him out; his allegiance with Arne Duncan and Bush along with Huckabee with the intention of rebranding Common Core to hide it from us, lie about it and refuse to communicate about it leaves him out. Also needing inspection is the Enterprise Florida scam going on in our state with the use of tax dollars and huge tax incentives to collude with foreign countries coming to our state with their money on the HB5 visas. There is a large listing of foreign HB5 businesses linked to Florida who have defrauded the state and others – I definitely say NO to any appointment. Has a very bad habit of when asked questions regarding any issue he does not want to address – turn around and just walk away. [LINK]
Secretary of Homeland Security:
Chris Christie – Yes –
Tom Trento – YES – Founder of United West and has degrees in Law Enforcement, Philosophy and Theology was awarded The Carnegie Hero Medal Award for saving a man from a burning car. He has traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe lecturing and exposing Islamic violence and infiltration in government, law enforcement and academic institutions.
Sheriff Tim Hutchison – YES Most Definitely – Knoxville, TN, Policeman on the street, FBI National Academy, elected 5 times, Fire Arms Instructor, 90% murder solving record Including the Shannon Christian/Chris Newsom Murders
Secretary of the Interior: (This is another department which needs to be eliminated as the Federal government should have nothing to do with the Interior functions of the country and the total control be given back to the individual states.
Michael Shaw – one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence. [LINK]
Gov. Jan Brewer – NO too much lying over Common Core
Gov. Mary Fallin – Absolutely NOT – Far too close of a relationship with Jeb Bush and as Governor of Oklahoma was a strong supporter of Common Core – to the extent of serving on Jeb Bush’s Foundation for Excellence in Education – she was one of his “Chief’s for Change” until he did away with that group. Fallin had strong opposition by parental groups to rid the state of Common Core. In 2014 she signed the Repeal and Replace Common Core bill under severe pressure from parents. If not for the parents, they would still be following the CCSS.
Grady – 40 years’ experience as an Amsoil Direct Jobber – No opinion
Hamm –American entrepreneur primarily involved in the oil and gas business who is best known for pioneering the development of the large shale oil resources of the Bakken formation. No opinion
Oil Executive Forrest Lucas – No opinion – oil business
Rep. Cynthia Lummis – YES – U. S. House of Representatives from Wyoming
Former Gov. Sarah Palin – NO – Globalist insider [LINK]
Secretary of Defense:
General Flynn – a wonderful man and very qualified but he cannot take a position for 7 years. He can however accept the position of National Security Advisor.
General James Mattis – YES – Former head of U.S. Central Command, nominations from both Obama and Bush; 2007 to 2010, he commanded the United States Joint Forces Command; highly decorated; 44 years of service.
General McCrystal – YES – retired United States Army general best known for his command of Joint Special Operations Command in the mid-2000s.
Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr. – NO, ne of the original supporters of Trump – a good man and a former Marine but too young for this position.
Jeff Sessions – Please leave him in the Senate – we need him there to replace McConnell
Former Sen. Jim Talent – NO – Senior Fellow AEI – we need to stop outside political influence on the legislation that is being passed by Congress and a large share of the bills being passed originate with AEI – it must stop! It doesn’t matter how much experience they have – what counts is what self-serving legislation is being passed and does not have the best interest of this countries citizens along with financial collusion – example – AEI was not supporting Common Core until Bill Gates gave them a very lucrative donation. For the express purpose of the advancement of the CCSS, AEI received $1,068,788 from the Gates Foundation.
National Security Advisor:
General Flynn – Absolutely!
Secretary of State:
John Bolton – YES – I want to say NO for the following reason but he probably is the one person who is the best qualified and knows this world better than anyone else. Having served during several Republican Administrations he does represent the status quo. Given the fact that he serves as a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) makes me question him and others should question his place on AEI also since there is a great deal of manipulation of the bills writing, support and financing going on behind closed doors.
Sen. Bob Corker – Absolutely not – single-handedly enabled the Obama administration to enact the Iran Nuclear Deal by surrendering the treaty clause of the U.S. Constitution to Obama. No self-respecting Republican would voluntarily bring Bob Corker into his administration, given that Corker has essentially done more to shepherd President Obama and the Democratic Party’s radical agenda over the last eight years than almost any other active senator. While most of Corker’s damage has been on the foreign policy front, he has also shown an ability to support the Obama administration’s catastrophic domestic policy agenda as well. Corker first demonstrated his handiwork for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory when he helped salvage the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in the waning legislative days of the Democrat-controlled Congress in 2010. There is much more but not only NO, But NO
Newt Gingrich – Probably but – can these long standing neocon’s not support a good candidate without expecting something in return – do not trust the man
Rep. Jeb Hensarling – Maybe
Businessman Lew Eisenberg – He was the financier for Trump’s campaign, American business financier and investor – No knowledge as to his work
Businessman Carl Icahn – YES – Friend of President elect Trump, has been referred to as a “ruthless” corporate raider which is how some people refer to Soros; has held several corporate positions in multiple companies.
Banker Steven Mnuchin – Not sure if just because someone is a banker that makes them a good choice for a cabinet position.
Chief of Staff:
Reince Priebus – YES, Probably would be very good in this position.
Director of Office of Management and Budget:
Sessions – NO too good where he is – we need to replace McConnell – His talents would be wasted in this position.
Newt Gingrich – NO – He does not have the experience for this position
Secretary of Labor:
EEOC Commissioner Victoria Lipnic – YES! Lawyer, she has served in her current position under Obama since 2010 – served as assistant secretary of labor between 2002 and 2009 under Bush.
Allen B. Clark – Most definitely if he would accept – His main personal cause today is his lay ministry to his fellow war veterans suffering from PTSD. 1984 Texas State Veterans Coalition Committee Chair for the presidential campaign of President Ronald Reagan. Nominated by President George H. W. Bush twice for high level political positions at the Dept. of Veterans Affairs requiring confirmation by the U.S. Senate as an Assistant Secretary for Veterans Affairs and Program Coordination and Director, National Cemetery System. His background is extensive enough that a link to his bio will serve everyone better. [LINK]
Rep. Jeff Miller – Yes
White House Counsel:
Donald McGahn – OK
Alan Garten – OK
Jeanine Pirro – YES – Served as a county court judge before serving as the elected district attorney of Westchester County for 12 years. As a district attorney she gained considerable visibility, especially in cases regarding domestic abuse and crimes against the elderly. She was the first female judge on the Westchester County Court bench. Pirro was the Republican nominee for New York Attorney General in 2006.
Joanna Scutari – YES – Better known to many of her readers by the pseudonym Publius Huldah. Attended the Florida State University of Law, Scutari was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1973. Extremely versed on the pros and cons of the Convention of States and on the truth of Natural Born Citizens. She knows her Constitution.