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    Capitalism: Trump team - made for small people
    • Possible people taking cabinet positions


      • Bob Corker, Tennessee senator and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
      • John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations under President George W. Bush
      • Newt Gingrich, Republican former U.S. House Speaker
      • Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. ambassador to Iraq
      • Rudy Giuliani, Republican former mayor of New York City


      • Rudy Giuliani, Republican former mayor of New York City
      • Jeff Sessions, senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee who takes a hard line on immigration
      • Chris Christie, Republican New Jersey governor
      • Pam Bondi, Republican Florida Attorney General
      • Trey Gowdy, Republican congressman from South Carolina who headed the House committee that investigated the 2012 attacks on the U.S. mission in * * * Benghazi, Libya


      • Steven Mnuchin, former Goldman Sachs executive and Trump's campaign finance chairman
      • Jeb Hensarling, Texas Republican congressman and chairman of the House Financial Services Committee
      • Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase & Co chief executive officer
      • Tom Barrack, founder and chairman of Colony Capital Inc


      • Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
      • Stephen Hadley, former national security adviser under President George W. Bush
      • Jon Kyl, former Republican senator from Arizona
      • Jeff Sessions, Republican senator from Alabama and early Trump supporter, member of the Senate Armed Services Committee
      • Kelly Ayotte, outgoing Republican senator from New Hampshire and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee
      • Duncan Hunter, Republican congressman from California and early Trump supporter, member of House Armed Services Committee
      • Jim Talent, former Republican senator from Missouri who was on the Senate Armed Services Committee


      • Ben Carson, former neurosurgeon and 2016 Republican presidential candidate
      • Newt Gingrich
      • Rich Bagger, former pharmaceutical executive and former top aide to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
      • Bobby Jindal, former Louisiana governor


      • Michael McCaul, U.S. Republican congressman from Texas and chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee
      • David Clarke, Milwaukee county sheriff and vocal Trump supporter
      • Joe Arpaio, outgoing Maricopa County, Arizona, sheriff who campaigned for Trump


      • Harold Hamm, Oklahoma oil and gas mogul, CEO of Continental Resources Inc
      • Larry Nichols, co-founder of Devon Energy Corp
      • James Connaughton, CEO of Nautilus Data Technologies and a former environmental adviser to President George W. Bush
      • U.S. Representative Kevin Cramer, of North Dakota
      • Robert Grady


      • Sarah Palin, Republican former Alaska governor who ran for vice president in 2008
      • Jan Brewer, former Arizona governor
      • Forrest Lucas, founder of oil products company Lucas Oil
      • Harold Hamm
      • Robert Grady


      • Linda McMahon, former world Wrestling Entertainment executive and two-time Senate candidate


      • Dan DiMicco, former chief executive of steel producer Nucor Corp

      It is easy to see that all this "new" people will get fresh start and will have interests of small people as absolute priority.

    61 comments 62 comments Vitaliy_KiselevNovember 16Last reply - November 30 by Vitaliy_Kiselev Subscribe to this blog
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    NVidia joins Windows 10 aka Total Horror
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      Appeared with recent driver updates, it is expected that features of it will be wider soon.

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    Synth Bike 2.0
    1 comment 2 comments Vitaliy_KiselevNovember 7Last reply - November 7 by matt_gh2 Subscribe to this blog
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    November 7th
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      W: I watch communist propaganda in the West and it seems to me that in modern conditions this propaganda sounds very old-fashioned, because it is insurrectionary propaganda. Propaganda in favour of the violent overthrow of the social system was all very well when it was directed against tyranny. But under modern conditions, when the system is collapsing anyhow, stress should be laid on efficiency, on competence, on productiveness, and not on insurrection. It seems to me that the insurrectionary note is obsolete. The communist propaganda in the West is a nuisance to constructive-minded people.

      Stalin. Of course the old system is breaking down and decaying. That is true. But it is also true that new efforts are being made by other methods, by every means, to protect, to save this dying system.

      You draw a wrong conclusion from a correct postulate. You rightly state that the old world is breaking down.

      But you are wrong in thinking that it is breaking down of its own accord. No, the substitution of one social system for another is a complicated and long revolutionary process. It is not simply a spontaneous process, but a struggle, it is a process connected with the clash of classes. Capitalism is decaying, but it must not be compared simply with a tree which has decayed to such an extent that it must fall to the ground of its own accord. No, revolution, the substitution of one social system for another, has always been a struggle, a painful and a cruel struggle, a life and death struggle.

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