Most every American wants to be an Advocate for American Jobs First, because this is an All-American and bipartisan cause. Therefore, we are keen to keep score and a record of who, regardless of party affiliation, promotes American Jobs First and Shareholder Profits Second.
Herein is the public record:
April 18, 2017—Presidential Executive Order on Buy American and Hire American
Key Points: 1) It shall be the policy of the executive branch to buy American and hire American, 2) Immediate enforcement and assessment of Domestic Preferences according to Buy American Laws, 3) Judicious use of waivers, 4) Ensure the integrity of the Immigrations System in order to “Hire American.”
May 30, 2017—U.S. Senators to Mondelez: Stop Outsourcing Jobs to Mexico
Key Points: 1) The ongoing corporate practice of shifting production for the U.S. to Mexico destroys thousands of American Jobs and has a devastating economic and social impact on the U.S., 2) Bring back American Jobs and make a long-term commitment to expanding your U.S. production capabilities to create new American Jobs, 3) It is long past the time for all corporations to put American Jobs First and short-term Shareholder Profits Second.
June 4, 2017—U.S. Senator says jobs, opportunities are top priorities
Key Points: 1) My job is to work together every day with Republicans as well as Democrats to move the country forward, 2) We want to create more jobs, more opportunity, bigger paychecks and provide a way for people to increase their skills, 3) We want to keep our jobs here in America rather than sending them to Mexico.
June 8, 2017—Governor says Keep American Job creation top state priority
Key Points: 1) The state still needs more good-paying jobs, and it should also diversify its portfolio of industries. 2) Allow businesses that meet certain requirements to keep a portion of the income tax generated by their new hires. 3) Go to Asia to court a multi-billion dollar technology manufacturing company.
June 20, 2017—U.S. Senator Demanding Kellogg Explain Mass Layoffs
Key Points: 1) Asks the company to continue its “long-standing commitment to the Pennsylvania workforce, 2) Wants the company to clarify its plans for the Horsham and Pittsburgh facilities.
July 7, 2017—Trump Breaks With Global Leaders
Key Points: 1) The G-20 leaders in the closed-door meeting were told they are “largely responsible” for the U.S.’s trade deficit, according to an official. 2) China alone is responsible for about two thirds of the U.S. trade deficit. 3) “The vast majority pointed out that we need free, but also fair, trade,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, seeking to reconcile the two positions. 4) For Mr. Trump, fair trade means erasing the U.S. trade deficit with G-20 countries, and that position “drastically differed from all others,” Russian Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin said. 5) The White House has pledged to unilaterally rebalance what it brands as unfair bilateral terms of trade, in contrast with the rest of the G-20 countries that advocate for global platforms to resolve imbalances.
July 23, 2017—Sen. Lindsey Graham supports national amnesty plus a greater inflow of foreign workers to take Americans’ jobs.
Key Points: 1) The Senator s urging South Carolinians to vote against him when they disagree with his support for a national amnesty plus a greater inflow of foreign workers to take Americans’ jobs.