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Beer Institute Condemns Aluminum Tariff Recommendations

Reposted from Beer Institute

Jim McGreevy, Beer Institute President and CEO, released the following statement on the Department of Commerce’s recommendations contained in the Section 232 National Security Investigation of Imports of Aluminum report: 216 more words


3 opportunities in the president’s budget

By Tom O’Keefe, consultant

We all know the administration recently released its FY19 budget request. Despite the fact that the president’s budget is effectively dead on arrival, particularly with Congress reaching a budget deal for the remainder of FY18 and FY19, there still may be some worthwhile pieces of information to be gleaned from it. 525 more words

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America Needs a New National Security Act


Congress passed the National Security Act of 1947 in response to the rise of Communism and the Soviet Union’s growing global threat. 557 more words


Domestic Steel Is Winning So Much

As Trump once so famously said, “We are going to win so much, you are going to be so sick and tired of winning.” And it appears that in pushing back against China’s violation of current steel trade agreements, the Trump Administration’s Department of Commerce (DOC) just may have saved some jobs in the rusty steel belts of Indiana, Mississippi, and Pennsylvania. 333 more words



At the suggestion of one of my readers, @zeron+, I have looked into AmericanRadioHistory.com with a view to reprinting some of their public domain scanned matter. 132 more words


Minnesota's Commerce Commissioner Steps Down

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The state’s top insurance regulator is stepping down from the job.

Gov. Mark Dayton announced Friday that Department of Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman would step down immediately after more than six years on the job. 110 more words


Bombardier Could Sell Off Some of Its Lines to Cope With Massive New U.S. Tariffs

The Canadian aerospace firm Bombardier is reportedly considering selling off some of its operations and taking on fresh investment.

Bombardier is having a tough time at the moment, thanks to the U.S. 196 more words