Not a 'red tape' country, but a 'red carpet' country

At Donald Trump's recent victory tour through Michigan, one of the speakers was a powerful CEO from a major industrial power in the United States, Andrew Liveris of Dow Chemical.  Mr. Liveris, whom Trump has appointed to chair his American Manufacturing Council, announced that Dow soon will create a new research and development center in Michigan that will provide two hundred jobs.  He made it crystal-clear that the decision to build it in the U.S. when it could have been located anywhere in the world was directly attributable to the industry-friendly policies of our incoming president. In his speech, Liveris used an expression that should be adopted and promoted by the Trump administration: "We could have waited," Liveris said. "We could have put it anywhere in the world. ... We're going to use American hard work and American dreams and we're going to fight for the Dow Company in the U.S.A." "You're paving the way through...(Read Full Post)