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Manufacturing Hate for ‘Made in America’

Michelle Malkin, TownhallIt’s “Made In America” week in Washington, D.C. You’d think this would be cause for bipartisan celebration. Who could be against highlighting the ingenuity, self-reliance and success of our nation’s homegrown entrepreneurs and manufacturers? Enter Bill Kristol. … Read the referenced story here: Manufacturing Hate for ‘Made in America’

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Trump Seeks Crackdown on ‘Made in America’ Fakes

U.S. President Donald Trump is looking for ways to defend American-made products by certifying legitimate U.S. goods and aggressively going after imported products unfairly sporting the “Made in America” label, the White House said on Tuesday. Trump, who campaigned on reviving the U.S. manufacturing sector, vowed on Monday that his administration would crack down on “predatory online sales of foreign goods” hurting U.S. retailers. On Wednesday, Trump will discuss with small- and medium-sized manufacturers how to certify their products and keep out foreign counterfeits, a senior administration official told reporters….

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Made In America Week: 5 Trump-Brand Items Not Made In America

President Donald Trump’s “Made in America” week kicked off Monday, but many of the products that Trump’s own companies sell are not, in fact, made in America. When asked about that fact Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer demurred. “It’s not appropriate for me to stand up here and comment about a business. I believe that is a little out of bounds,” said Spicer. READ: Trump Approval Ratings: 67% Disapprove President’s Twitter Use, New Poll Says On Monday Trump held a “Made in America” event at the White House, inviting companies from…

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How Trump Is Transforming Rural America

Peter Hessler, The New YorkerWhen Karen Kulp was a child, she believed that the United States of America as she knew it was going to end on June 6, 1966. Her parents were from the South, and they had migrated to Colorado, where Kulp’s father was involved in mining operations and various entrepreneurial activities. In terms of ideology, her parents had started with the John Birch Society, and then they became more radical, until they thought that an invasion was likely to take place on 6/6/66, because it resembled the…

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