View Full Version : OFFICIAL LIBERTY CABINET SLATE : Make your suggestions

11-16-2016, 06:33 PM
This thread is for us as the liberty movement to make our ideas presentable, have it passed around by the liberty movement and hopefully eventually to the eyes of those who do make these recommendations.

If you have a recommendation, say who, what position and why.

Be realistic, don't just write Ron Paul for every position. People who have visibility, are favorable to this new administration, confirmable, etc...

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Supreme Court
Andrew Napolitano

Secretary of Treasury

Secretary of State

Secretary of Defense

Attorney General
Bruce Fein
Ken Cucinelli

Secretary of Homeland Security

Secretary of Health and Human Services

And others...

William Tell
11-16-2016, 06:49 PM
Supreme Court Andrew Napolitano is an obvious choice, he's one of the most well known judges in America and he happens to be one of us. Another option is John Devine, the Texas supreme court justice. Not sure how good he is but I've heard good things about him.

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli or Bruce Fein?

Tywysog Cymru
11-17-2016, 12:41 PM
Are there any generals who are known non-interventionists? If so, that's who I would support for Secretary of Defense.

11-17-2016, 12:48 PM
James Grant for Fed Reserve Chair (Ron Paul and David Stockman's choice).

11-17-2016, 12:51 PM
Supreme Court
Vermin Supreme

Secretary of Treasury
Ben Bernanke

Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton

Secretary of Defense
Paul Wolfowitz

Attorney General
Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Secretary of Homeland Security
Alex Jones

CIA Director
Lynndie England

Press Secretary
Michael Savage

Secretary of Education
Ken Ham

Secretary of Interior
Ammon Bundy

11-18-2016, 02:40 PM
Some suggestions:


President-elect Trump has a serious problem.

There are a very small number of people in this country — libertarians, paleoconservatives, very skeptical realists — who believe in any kind of “America First” foreign policy and could actually conceivably get a job in the national government where they could try to implement one.capture1

If Trump is really interested in rolling back the empire and limiting foreign intervention he would be considering these men for positions in his government.

There are real reasons to worry. But just in case these hashtags finally ever go viral, and/or the winds of public opinion on this issue start to really be felt by his incoming administration, here is a national security cabinet any Republican non-interventionist should be able to get behind:

Chas Freeman, Andrew Bacevich or Ted Galen Carpenter – Secretary of State

Col. Andrew J. Bacevich or Col. Douglas MacGregor – Secretary of Defense

Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis – Deputy Secretary of Defense

Chuck Pena or Robert A. Pape – Deputy Secretary of Defense for Policy

Paul Pillar or Doug Bandow – National Security Adviser

Doug Bandow, Trevor Thrall or Christopher Coyne – Deputy National Security Adviser

Paul Pillar or Chas Freeman – Director of National Intelligence

Paul Pillar or Ted Galen Carpenter – Central Intelligence Agency Director

Chas Freeman or Thomas Fingar – National Intelligence Council Director

Christopher Preble or Ivan Eland – Ambassador to the United Nations

David Stockman or David Henderson – Secretary of Treasury

Robert E. Kelly – Secretary of Energy

Bruce Fein – Attorney General

Judge Napolitano – White House Council

Staffers: Daniel Larison, Kelley B. Vlahos, Matt Purple, Bonnie Kristian, Abigail Hall-Blanco.