WASHINGTON, JEFFERSON, JACKSON INFORM TRUMPISM Exclusive: Curtis Ellis stresses icons' belief U.S. needs both agriculture, manufacturing

By Curtis Ellis

Does America need factories?

That question arises time and again throughout the history of the republic, and it is still with us today.

The British said no. They believed the colonies’ “comparative advantage” came from producing ore and crops, the raw materials that would feed Britain’s mills and the workers who toiled in them.

President Trump exposes what G-7 statements are worth

By Curtis Ellis

Major media are in full outrage mode after President Trump refused to sign the joint statement the Group of Seven ritualistically issued at the conclusion of its summit.

The pundits lost no time informing readers of their opinions (this is the end of world order), and spent no time informing readers of what the G-7 actually is or does.

Chicoms set to take over America's largest port

By Curtis Ellis

The largest port in the United States is about to fall to Communist China.

You read that right.

Unless our government acts now, a foreign power that has openly declared it wants to replace the U.S. as the world’s No. 1 superpower will control the Port of Long Beach, California.

It sounds like something out of “Red Dawn,” but it’s true, and somehow CNN forgot to tell you about it.

Trump's win-win for farms and refineries

By Curtis Ellis

The energy sector is a good example of how President Trump’s program of tax, trade, regulatory and energy reform works together.

President Trump is promoting America’s energy resources by withdrawing or suspending hundreds of pending regulations and removing regulatory burdens that added time and cost to pipelines and other needed projects.

The rules around pipeline permits show how energy reform and regulatory reform are intertwined.

New study finds India a threat to US businesses, workers

A new report, Doing Business in India, finds India guilty of sytematically violating intellectual property rights, rule of law and basic norms of transparency and governance for American businesses operating in that country.  Read the full Doing Business in India report here.

Buy American, Hire American – The Spirit of Small Business

Buy American, Hire American - that’s President Trump’s policy. And it’s the spirit small business lives by.

Small business is as American as apple pie. Locally owned workshops, farms and stores are rooted to their communities. They keep money circulating in the local economy by sourcing from local and regional suppliers, hiring neighbors, and contributing to local churches, schools and charities, sponsoring sports teams and funding scholarships. Small businesses are also big backers of apprenticeship programs, preparing the next generation for jobs and careers.

Small Business Will Make America Great Again

Small business will Make America Great Again because they made it great in the first place!

When we talk about putting America back to work, remember - it’s small businesses that will do the job.

Small businesses employ nearly half of the American workforce, and small businesses are responsible for creating more than two thirds of all new jobs in America since the Great Recession.

Small Business – the Heart and Soul of America

Small business is the largest employer in America, and greatest source of new jobs since the Great Recession.

Some things never change.

Small business has been the heart and soul of America since the earliest days of the Republic – and before.

The Boston Tea Party was instigated and executed by colonial tea merchants whose businesses were being underpriced and undercut by cheap imports from the globalist multinational enterprise of the day, the British East India Company.

President Picks Small Business Champion to Fight for America

Donald Trump chose a champ when he tapped Linda McMahon to head the Small Business Administration.


Donald Trump hits home run with his Economic Team leaders

American Jobs Alliance President Dennis Black released this statement on President-elect Donald Trump’s selection of Steve Mnuchin to serve as Treasury Secretary and Wilbur Ross to serve as Commerce Secretary: