The Capitalist Comeback

The Capitalist Comeback

As Puzder explains in his new book, The Capitalist Comeback, this was an act of desperation from a left wing facing irrelevance with a pro-business president in the White House.

Author: Andrew Puzder

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781478975427

Category: Political Science

Page: 384

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Andy Puzder, the former CEO of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, says that "capitalism" is not a dirty word, and thankfully President Trump understands this; his pro-business policies will bring back economic growth and secure our future. As a successful CEO in the restaurant industry, Andy Puzder uniquely understands how important the profit motive is to our country's ultimate prosperity. Furthermore, as the grandson of immigrants, the son of a car salesman, and someone who worked his way up from earning minimum wage to running an international business, he has a first-hand view of how America's exceptional capitalist spirit can lift everyone to success. In 2016, the American people faced a stark choice between two very different presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton spent most of her adult life involved in politics and promised to uphold and advance the progressive legacy of President Barack Obama who had first won the White House on promises to "spread the wealth around." Donald Trump, on the other hand, came from the business world, was an unapologetic capitalist, used his own personal wealth as inspiration, and promised simply to "Make America Great Again." By choosing Trump over Clinton, the American people put a stop to decades of government expansion under progressive leadership, and they might just have saved our economy by doing so. America was once a land where everyone was encouraged to seek their fortune - the more prosperous our citizens, the more our whole society could in turn prosper. But leftist forces in the United States have been seeking to tarnish the pursuit of prosperity and to paint profit as an evil motivation fit only for greedy plutocrats. Andrew Puzder understands this first-hand after a progressive smear campaign stopped him from joining President Trump's cabinet. As Puzder explains in his new book, The Capitalist Comeback, this was an act of desperation from a left wing facing irrelevance with a pro-business president in the White House. From its roots in the Progressive Era to labor unions to education to entertainment to its political resurgence with avowed socialist candidates such as Bernie Sanders, Puzder traces the development of the anti-profit forces in the United States and shows how, under President Trump, they can be vanquished for good.
Categories: Political Science

The Trump Boom

The Trump Boom

Andrew Puzder understands this first-hand after a progressive smear campaign stopped him from joining President Trump's cabinet.

Author: Andrew Puzder

Publisher: Center Street

ISBN: 1478975415

Category: Political Science

Page: 416

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Andy Puzder, the former CEO of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, says that "capitalism" is not a dirty word, and thankfully President Trump understands this; his pro-business policies will bring back economic growth and secure our future. As a successful CEO in the restaurant industry, Andy Puzder uniquely understands how important the profit motive is to our country's ultimate prosperity. Furthermore, as the grandson of immigrants, the son of a car salesman, and someone who worked his way up from earning minimum wage to running an international business, he has a first-hand view of how America's exceptional capitalist spirit can lift everyone to success. In 2016, the American people faced a stark choice between two very different presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton spent most of her adult life involved in politics and promised to uphold and advance the progressive legacy of President Barack Obama who had first won the White House on promises to "spread the wealth around." Donald Trump, on the other hand, came from the business world, was an unapologetic capitalist, used his own personal wealth as inspiration, and promised simply to "Make America Great Again." By choosing Trump over Clinton, the American people put a stop to decades of government expansion under progressive leadership, and they might just have saved our economy by doing so. America was once a land where everyone was encouraged to seek their fortune - the more prosperous our citizens, the more our whole society could in turn prosper. But leftist forces in the United States have been seeking to tarnish the pursuit of prosperity and to paint profit as an evil motivation fit only for greedy plutocrats. Andrew Puzder understands this first-hand after a progressive smear campaign stopped him from joining President Trump's cabinet. As Puzder explains in his new book, The Capitalist Comeback, this was an act of desperation from a left wing facing irrelevance with a pro-business president in the White House. From its roots in the Progressive Era to labor unions to education to entertainment to its political resurgence with avowed socialist candidates such as Bernie Sanders, Puzder traces the development of the anti-profit forces in the United States and shows how, under President Trump, they can be vanquished for good.
Categories: Political Science

Trumponomics

Trumponomics

For those who want a full account of the Trump economic successes, we recommend the book The Capitalist Comeback: The Trump Boom and the Left's Plot to Stop It by our friend and colleague Andy Puzder. In the end, we think the Wall ...

Author: Stephen Moore

Publisher: All Points Books

ISBN: 9781250193728

Category: Political Science

Page: 288

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Donald Trump promised the American people a transformative change in economic policy after eight years of stagnation under Obama. But he didn’t adopt a conventional left or right economic agenda. His is a new economic populism that combines some conventional Republican ideas–tax cuts, deregulation, more power to the states–with more traditional Democratic issues such as trade protectionism and infrastructure spending. It also mixes in important populist issues such as immigration reform, pressuring the Europeans to pay for more of their own defense, and keeping America first. In Trumponomics, conservative economists Stephen Moore and Arthur B. Laffer offer a well-informed defense of the president's approach to trade, taxes, employment, infrastructure, and other economic policies. Moore and Laffer worked as senior economic advisors to Donald Trump in 2016. They traveled with him, frequently met with his political and economic teams, worked on his speeches, and represented him as surrogates. They are currently members of the Trump Advisory Council and still meet with him regularly. In Trumponomics, they offer an insider’s view on how Trump operates in public and behind closed doors, his priorities and passions, and his greatest attributes and liabilities. Trump is betting his presidency that he can create an economic revival in America’s industrial heartland. Can he really bring jobs back to the rust belt? Can he cut taxes and bring the debt down? Above all, does he have the personal discipline, the vision, the right team, and the right strategy to pull off his ambitious economic goals? Moore and Laffer believe that he can pull it off and that Trumponomics will usher in a new era of prosperity for all Americans.
Categories: Political Science

Other People s Money

Other People s Money

At their core, ESG investing and woke capital are a rejection of our nation's founding principles and virtues and a serious threat to both our economic freedom and our personal liberty.

Author: Andrew F. Puzder

Publisher:

ISBN: 1641773073

Category:

Page: 0

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At their core, ESG investing and woke capital are a rejection of our nation's founding principles and virtues and a serious threat to both our economic freedom and our personal liberty. In addition to being an attempt by the cultural Left to take over the last of the Western institutions of cultural transmission, woke capital is and always has been a tool to centralize power in the hands of corporate elites, enabling them to use the American private sector as the means to avoid the inconvenience and messiness of free elections and free markets. Starting on January 20, 2021--the first day of the Biden presidency--woke capital began evolving in a different and more malignant way as well, creating an environment in which Big Government and Big Business could marry their power and impose their will on the nation and its people. No one elected any of these business overlords, yet massive Asset Managers are now working with the Federal government's Wilsonian bureaucratic elites at a host of agencies to create the "woke-industrial complex," and to turn corporations into vehicles for social change rather than generators of prosperity. The centralizing tendency of democratic institutions and, in turn, the bowdlerizing propensity of centralization have combined to threaten much of what makes the United States and its strain of free-market capitalism unique and powerful.
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