Master of The Universe – Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Discusses New Responsibility: “Space Traffic Management”…

Come back to this video if you don’t have the time to watch the whole thing.  As most readers are aware Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has a massive portfolio of big issue responsibilities within President Trump’s administration.

The reason Secretary Ross has such a large influence is due to President Trump’s unique strategy of leveraging economic power as a geopolitical tool to achieve national security and economic security outcomes.  No prior president ever used ‘commerce’ and ‘economics’ as successfully as President Trump.

Today, our favorite Commerce Secretary was given another key strategic initiative and responsibility – “manage Space”; like, all of it. Seriously, MUST WATCH:


Yes, Wilbur “Wilburine” Ross is now “Master of The Universe”.  How cool is that?

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165 Responses to Master of The Universe – Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Discusses New Responsibility: “Space Traffic Management”…

  1. MAGAnomics says:

    Wilburine is so cool, I half expect him begin every interview with someone removing his jacket off his shoulders with Muddy Waters playing in the background.

    Liked by 18 people

  2. Smart, smart, and smart!

    Liked by 14 people

  3. Lunatic Fringe, Phd. [undocumented] says:

    God Bless him and 45 and USA

    Liked by 15 people

    • The Boss says:

      The performance of this administration is astounding. There is clearly a Keep America Great aspect to this new space race. Ross laid out a vision of almost unimaginable prosperity, a long view which only adds to our prosperity for many future generations.

      Liked by 8 people

      • While I watched that I kept thinking, “Automation will kill jobs???” and “Unemployment? What unemployment?”
        Me: “So, hi, Matt! What have you been doing since you lost your IT job???”
        Matt: “Oh, not much. I’m working as a fueling attendant on the first re-fueling station on the moon!”
        Me: “Wow! Highest paying job on the moon . . . so far!”

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Our Wilburine is so awesome 😎 that he can manage the whole damn universe during his spare time!

    Liked by 26 people

  5. bulwarker says:

    I’d go as far to say Mister Ross is Trumps greatest asset. America will be the First Nation to mine asteroids for rare “earth” materials and offer space vacations, just watch, with people like Musk and Bigelow allowed to take big risks for big rewards.

    Liked by 21 people

    • Turranos says:

      Musk said that he wanted a fair playing field with China concerning cars. Right now China charges ten fold for U.S. imports of car into China versus what we charge for them importing a car into the U.S. Musk asked Obola to start working on this problem and Obola declined to make any moves. (That, of course would go against his policy of doing the most damage possible to our Republic.) Thank God for PDJT.

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    • piper567 says:

      bulwarker, yes! yes!
      Nobody, and I mean Nobody, can respond to Find a Need and Fill It like Americans!
      .imo that this is one of the HUGE benefits of Trump being our President: he has the ability and skills, and, the ba!!s I might add, to really crank up the American Spirit.
      American’s unique Spirit, and I still call it Manifest destiny, is what the a$$hat Marxists fear most, and why they will stop at nothing in their attempts to conquer us…its what’s behind gun control…
      Tyranny has demonstrated the pattern for disarming a free people, and Americans are, believe it or not, still a free people.
      This just irritates the he!! out of the Marxists.
      They can all go suck eggs.
      Their money will not conquer this Great Country.
      God bless President Trump.

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  6. H.R. says:

    “Master of The Universe” Talk about your resume enhancer!
    That’s our Wilburine 👍👍

    (And Hillary didn’t even make it to President of the U.S.)

    Liked by 12 people

    • WSB says:

      Cute, cute, cute!

      “Before making billions turning around struggling companies, Wilbur Ross received student aid and was a bursary student at Yale University. This required him to work a certain number of hours each week at the school for minimum wage. His job: taking attendance at large lecture courses.

      Ross also joined the Reserve Officer Training Corps, which paid a monthly stipend that he used for entertainment money.

      Other jobs Ross said he had during his college years include parking cars at Monmouth Park Jockey Club, writing articles for Wall Street trade magazines, and eventually summer jobs at some money management firms.

      “That is what convinced me to go to Wall Street,” Ross said.”

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    • w5ovf says:

      H.R. says; Apr17,18:19:55

      “Master of The Universe” Talk about your resume enhancer!That’s our Wilburine 👍👍

      Secretary Ross is one that is learning (gets it) of massless to’space’, with only EMR vector flux to provide transfer of some insolation ‘power flux’. Even the little required for even one representative Schiff fart in yonder SWAMP-DC.

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  7. Pam says:

    This is such a fascinating conversation but when you put Wilburine in the mix, it’s just mind blowing! I could listen to him all day!

    Liked by 18 people

  8. NJF says:

    Intergalactic Winning!!!!

    Liked by 18 people

  9. wheatietoo says:

    I love this! This is so cool.

    “Space Mining”
    Think of the possibilities…discovering new elements that are not on our ‘known list’ of the Periodic Table, as well as discovering new sources of valuable minerals.

    Wilburine mentioned “lunar landings” happening in a couple of years.
    That is good news, too.

    Liked by 20 people

  10. TheWanderingStar says:

    Now if PDJT will commission a Wilburine Death Star. It is our destiny!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Sloth1963 says:

      That really didn’t work out so well for the Empire. Just sayin’.

      Liked by 6 people

      • dayallaxeded says:

        Don’t worry, Wilburine will make sure they put a baffle over the exhaust pipe. Remember, it’s progzis that don’t learn from history!

        Liked by 5 people

        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          ” Remember, it’s progzis that don’t learn from history!”

          Isn’t that the truth? The “progressives” (aka socialists) just keep on repeating their dung in country after country -expecting different results. It is like the roadrunner and coyote, except it is real life and not a cartoon. They do not realize whose doctrine they are really following:

          Isaiah 14:12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!

          Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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  11. Sloth1963 says:

    40 years late but I’m loving it!

    Liked by 8 people

  12. fleporeblog says:

    I actually listened to every second of that interview and it was absolutely incredible! Our Wilburine was talking about space as if he had a degree in all things related to outer space. The man is truly a genius.

    Our Wilburine said that by next year, 60 people that have already paid $250,000 each will be traveling to space as part of that deal. He thinks in a few years we will be back on the moon 🌚 with the purpose of getting ready to create a gas station for future trips to Mars. He said that the elements that make up the moon are ideal for the eventual spacecraft to stop there to refuel in order to reach Mars.

    He also thinks way down the road that we will begin to colonize Mars. He also talked about trade when it comes to landing on an asteroid. Will the country that gets there first have rights to the entire asteroid or just what they are able to mine.

    He then had to answer boring questions on NAFTA, China and TPP.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Sloth1963 says:

      I played it for my wife, after listening to it in its entirety. I cut the “boring” bits for her 🙂

      Liked by 5 people

    • Wilburine’s comment on inspiring Americans to embrace STEM learning was incredibly powerful.

      Engineering, Imagineering, Profiteering.
      Learning, Teaming, Creating.
      Breakthroughs, Heroics, Stardom.

      What a brilliant approach to make STEM go VIRAL!

      What an American-Advantaged path to GREATNESS.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Watching Trump’s Team of Titans reveal and DELIVER on 100-day goals was amazing.

      We’re now seeing his MANY VSGs reveal Annual goals.

      You know damned well they’ve got REAL 10-year and POSSIBLE 20-year goals in the hopper.

      The ONLY thing holding them back is when we deliver a M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A! Congress.

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    • Maquis says:

      I guess Master of the Universe Wilburine would be the most appropriate person for me to hit up with a lot of new space-tech ideas, but the biggie is Terra-Forming Mars.

      Why live in a bubble when you can live in an atmosphere?

      Why wear SPF 50,000 when you can have a global radiation shield?

      Why live underground when it’s so nice and warm, and safe, outside?

      I was thinking of contacting Musk, but he has his plan pretty mapped out and is not likely to want to miss seeing a million people on Mars in his lifetime.

      I do still though have to ping him about putting hundreds of peeps into orbit then counting on three successful fuel launches and three successful in-orbit refuelings as first steps to go to Mars. Why would you put people into space hoping everythingelse goes okay, when you could launch the fuel into orbit first, and, if successful, then send the incalculably expensive ship filled with at least a hundred of our first Mars Colonists to fill up and move on?

      He needs more Military Vets in his brain trust. We know how to run-up a BS Flag quicktime!

      (God Bless PDJT’s Incredible Team of Masters too!)

      Liked by 4 people

  13. Sylvia Avery says:

    “Yes, Wilbur “Wilburine” Ross is now “Master of The Universe”. How cool is that?”

    Love ya, Sundance, but our Wilbur was already Master of the Universe. It’s just now it is official!

    Seriously, thanks for posting this. I’d never have seen it otherwise on STORMY-TV.

    Liked by 12 people

  14. Publius2016 says:


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  15. CorwinAmber says:

    seriously, can anyone name another Commerce Secretary? (OK, OK, Ron Brown doesn’t count since he was, ahem, “expendable”, so to speak)

    Liked by 5 people

  16. ATheoK says:

    There is a lot of extremely valuable junk up in space.
    Capture and return it.

    Otherwise, knock it down into the atmosphere and it will return naturally.

    Liked by 3 people

    • piper567 says:

      As an aside, Wilbur demonstrates for us old farts that its not over till we’re over.
      We talk of Trump defying his 71 yrs, but golly, what ab The Wilburine?
      Whatta guy!

      Liked by 4 people

  17. talker2u says:

    God Almighty, the Creator, Bestower of our freedoms, Giver of Life, may He be blessed, is, was, and will always be “The Master of the Universe,” forever and ever.

    Liked by 4 people

  18. EternalVigilanc3 says:

    Do a search on “space fence” it will blow your mind.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. tgmccoy says:

    Heinlein smiles.

    “Out ride the sons of Terra,
    Far drives the thundering jet,
    Up leaps a race of Earthmen,
    Out, far, and onward yet —”
    I’ve been ready to ride the rocket since i was six years old…

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  20. Doug says:

    Btw i browse a lot on websites that discuss Tesla space x et al and the tone towards the president is changing quickly. Specifically the presidents refocus on space and empowering the private sector to actual get stuff done as well as the recent news that China will allow Tesla to build cars and sell in china without having any outside ownership. This is a big deal to see a lot of these people start to understand what hes doing. Good news for him and also that all of these people are starting to get it as well ! Trump is good for the things they are passionate about and not some backwards baffoon but actually quite forward thinking when it comes to tech and space. The right should never cede these grounds to the progressives. We are the ones that like truth and objective facts not them!

    Liked by 10 people

    • piper567 says:

      Doug, good post, so true…we are the smart ones…our respect for history allows us to envision destiny.
      We are not hog-tied like the ideologues…and you’re right, we are the ones who treasure fact and truth.

      Liked by 4 people

    • WSB says:

      Well said!

      It sure beats out the moslem outreach program initiated by NASA during the last admin.

      Liked by 4 people

    • By Election Day, President Trump will have created a Massive Opportunity Magnet for “Entrepreneurial Titans” to fund the M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A! Agenda – both politically and economically.

      Their examples will inspire Global Corporations to redirect their “Strategic Visioning” from LEACHING to INNOVATING.

      Countries will adapt the M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A! Agenda to cooperatively collaborate and compete or lose.

      Their collective impact will bury the USCOC, the Globalists and the Progressive-Socialist-Communist model of bloodsucking domination.

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    • Maquis says:

      The Left are Navel-gazers, muck-rackers in Bunyan’s sense, always fighting over the same marbles, the same base passions and twisted unfounded hatreds, trying endlesdly to remake Humanity as they see fit, regardless of the price. The Left want to rule your childrrn, yet refuse to have any themselves, as their faith in Humanity, God, and their own miserable selves envisions no future worth living.

      The Right, has children. They tell them they can do anything, and give them the skills and tools and inspiration and support to go and do. The Right stares longingly into Space. To appreciate God’s handiwork, and hungry to touch it and walk upon it. The Right’s view of Humanity and it’s potential is vastly more hopeful, less fearful, more confident. The Right looks out and sees Freedom, and Enterprise. The Right knows that Enterprise will power our expansion to the stars. That unseen-hand is magnitudes more powerful than the envy and greed of the “Socialists.”

      The Right also acknowledges a Hand Unseen, yet seen in all that is. Providence beckons, and, toiling and struggling, we will joyfully follow, out, into Creation itself.

      Liked by 3 people

      • SkyPhoenix says:

        Beautiful and though-provoking prose Maquis, especially the last paragraph, which filled me with awe for our God and His creation, including us.


  21. Sorry, I read this as “Master of Space and Time”…

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  22. This is so cool…POTUS is so heads and shoulders above our illustrious leaders in Congress. I liked when Ross started talking about inspiring young people to get interested in science again….instead of being a lawyer working for social justice or organizing for social justice or climate change. I really feel sorry for all of the people who came of age over the the past 8 years of Obama. They are losers.

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  23. Beyond impressed. His handle on the facts is truly remarkable.

    Liked by 8 people

  24. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Today, our favorite Commerce Secretary was given another key strategic initiative and responsibility – “manage Space”; like, all of it. ”

    OK – What college or University is going to be the first to offer a degree in “Space Traffic Management”?

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  25. noman_Arizona says:

    Now that puts a new light on the subject of the small fusion cells.
    That that originally made the news 10-19-2014
    I knew there had to be a reason it made the news again recently.
    Imagine 30 days to mars.
    I kinda thought it was another hoax. But maybe….;_ylu=X3oDMTEya3RxcWRwBGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwM3BHZ0aWQDQjQ1MTdfMQRzZWMDc3I-/RV=2/RE=1524043117/RO=10/

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    • Maquis says:

      Nice. A mite bit smaller than this baby will ultimately be I imagine:

      Wiki has a good intro to General Fusion’s steam-piston fusion reactor:

      While large, these plants would be ideal for some spacecraft I’m toying around with. Lots of room in a ship designed to spend generations wandering the Solar System.

      If these little ones get built, fer-reelz, they would be wonderful for our Orbiting Spaceship Yards, and satellite maintenance fleets, and for Landwrs when visiting othet Worlds. And for laser-fusing Lunar regolith into structures, and yes, mining asteroids and moving industry into space.

      And for Asteroid Defense! 🚀

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  26. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    VENUS-MOON CONJUNCTION: When the sun goes down tonight, step outside and look west. Weather permitting, you’ll see an exquisitely slender crescent Moon right beside Venus. If possible, try to catch the pair before the sky fades to black. Bright conjunctions framed by twilight have a special beauty. Visit for photos of the conjunction from around the world.

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  27. rayvandune says:

    The Wilburine Heavy is ready.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Texian says:

    This was a decision made with forethought and is a smart move. Other countries and corporations are starting to put their junk up there. It is a new, wide open economic market, much like the Industrial Revolution and the Internet Revolution were, but even bigger.

    As Sir Wilbur said, we want the American ‘Flag to be the flag of choice..’ to lead this new Economic Frontier.. The innovative products that will come out of this new venture will be revolutionary.. it is the next level for the world and mankind..

    Space development and exploration has everything to do with Economics.. [Anybody who was around the first time we went space exploring knows this..].

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  29. PS says:

    You know where commerce and space meet? A freakin resort on the moon. $10 says it gets a Trump branding to boot.

    In all seriousness, there is very little that we NEED to do in space as a society right now. The logistics are very hard and very expensive. In the future, maybe orbital solar farms for energy, zero G factories, with the holy grail being asteroid mining for near infinite metals. However, our culture has become very risk adverse, so that we might as well just send a robot with a camera.

    The solution is the “space elevator” which requires a couple things. 1 Materials with strengths we haven’t imagined yet, but probably 30 years away. 2 is security, so terrorism must be defeated for such a large target to exist. Build it, and now we’re talking $$$/lb not $$$$$/lb. if there’s anyone who would fund a project that big, that would turn over dozens of industries, it’s Trump.

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    • Maquis says:

      With a Space Cannon you can launch materials into Space.for pennies on the pound. Not everything going up needs to be cradled in cotton, like the Human body does.

      But yes, I very much favor Space Elevayors too. And yes, I see the same obstacles: Islam, and material science. Trump will handle the first, Wilburine will light some fires over the second.

      Much of a Space Elevator is simoly solid mass. We need to be swinging around a huge mass to support the weight of the umbilical. That mass can largely be shot into Space, as Lego Blocks, or as densely packed materials optimized for 3d Vacuum Printing the required structures.

      Taking a Space Elevator to escape the Gravity Well so one’s vacation to Mars can proceed gently without serious g-forces would be the way to go, so Space Elevators would be hugely busy places.

      I think there actually is a demand for living out there. Retirement Homes. If I could go from a victim of gravity to a light painfree codger flapping about in huge Lunar caverns, I’d live there in a heartbeat. Heck, I’m volonteering! Hey Wilburine, I’m your Guinea Pig!!!

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  30. maiingankwe says:

    “The moon is a perfect place for a gas station because…”

    I couldn’t help but crack a smile at this statement. And then he went on to explain the science of it, too cool!

    He’s not even forty seconds out of the gate and he’s already stating numbers and facts. He’s simply a genius.

    I especially loved and appreciated his last statement. Let’s get our children interested again in science and math, they’re our future and what a bright future it will be.

    Our President Trump and his cabinet are getting everything laid out and ready for our children to take advantage of. Most of if not all of the hard work will be done by the time they are of age and graduated. The whole universe will be open to them. Amazing. Brilliant, and this is just another of many examples of how much our President Trump loves our country and doing his best laying out the path for our children.

    I didn’t think it possible, but I think I love and respect our President Trump and Wilbur Ross even more.

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  31. Derek Hagen says:

    We have to start heading for the asteroid belt ASAP. The minerals there will be astounding. A new asteroid has been discovered that is mostly metal. Think of it. The $$$$ to be made should certainly be enough incentive for rich business types to start planning and preparing right now. For one thing, it would be better if we had the upper hand in this before the bad guys do. There will be an explosion of creativity and invention that goes along with it. Besides, at the asteroid belt, there isn’t the huge gravity well that the moon has. That’s the advantage. The disadvantage is the distance and the number of asteroids floating around everywhere. But that’s the beauty of it. More invention, more exploration, more knowledge, more jobs, more incentive, more…

    I’ve had this dream since reading Tom Corbett, Space Cadet as a kid. And now here we are with Wilburine to get it all started. It’ll probably be the Moon-Mars-asteroid route but really, we should head directly to the asteroids. More bang (more everything) for the buck.

    Wilburine’s Asteroid Raiders – heh, WAR for short. Let’s go raiders!

    Is not this H.E.VSGPDJT/IG phenomenon not the greatest thing ever? (His Excellency, the Very Stable Genius President Donald J. Trump with Incredible Genes).

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      I LIKE it! While the Chinese are struggling with the third world One Silk Belt thingy…or whatever it’s called…

      We will be Universe Pioneering!!!!!!!!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Maquis says:

      But…when we get to those asteroids, we can accellerate entire astetoids or poryions theteif, even partially tefired ore in containets, and simply let go, it’ll get ehete it’s supposed to go. Except maybe for pirates, but VSGGEUPDJT knows the World has no future with unchecked Muslim Hordes, and he’s already on it

      Also, we should be able to find Uranium and Thorium out there too. Gonna be great!


  32. Sundance, you’ve outdone yourself yet again with a perfectly-timed INSPIRATIONAL POST.

    May your perspective, your wisdom and your grace continue to bless our Treeper Community!

    Liked by 7 people

  33. A2 says:

    Hou yeah for Master of the Universe Mr Wilbur.

    About the Chinese Space programme, a major competitor:



  34. Texian says:

    Just know that I came up with the interplanetary spaceship idea while attending the University of Houston (it’s documented in one of my research papers), an elecromagnetic gyroscopic exterior mimicing and creating an artificial gravitational atmospheric living quarter within the craft..

    Liked by 1 person

    • Texian says:

      The answers to some of sciences’ greatest challenges are right in our faces and all around us.. You just have to ‘Look..’, and ‘Think..’..


    • Maquis says:

      Mastering Gravity fascinates me. I hope to see some breakthroughs during my sojourn here on Earth.

      We should discuss Terra-Forming Mars someday.

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  35. Let’s think what Space Traffic Management might involve:

    What: Rid space of obsolete and low-value junk.

    • Funding.1: Requiring that launches of future orbiting craft “pay” for future removal.

    • Funding.2: Require that each launch ALSO “pay” for removal of a junk craft to make room for itself.

    • Funding.3: Create a registry of orbiting craft and charge the owners for the annual “Orbit-Trajectory Lease” and the cost of Space Traffic Management to avoid crashes.

    How: Manage a fleet of Space Retrievers that safely remove space junk.

    • Incentivize private industry to create Retrievers by paying Retrieval Fees and splitting the Recycling/Reclamation Value.

    • Add Space Destroyers that vaporize rogue space craft, funded by Protection Fees.

    Who: America becomes the only nation with the TRUST and the CAPABILITY to run Space Traffic Management.

    ** Do NOT let an international body get anywhere near it.

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  36. Eris says:

    Ad Astra!

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Robert Smith says:

    You know how Obama used to do so many bad things people said that you couldn’t fight them all? Moving at the speed of Trump – making so many positive moves that the American spirit of entrepreneurship is unleashed. Businesses, and people, can dream again.

    I’m sure sclerotic Europe is like WTF? Wait what? And for China, they may become over-extended in trying to fight on all fronts across the universe.

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  38. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    I knew Wilbur was smart, but this interview takes my respect of him up to an entirely different level.

    Massive intellect. And so nice and ego-less in it all.

    Trump Team the best ever.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      When I watch the Trump Team speak I get a genuine sense of enthusiasm. That now they have the opportunity and the BOSS to get done big ideas and plans. So successful CEOs and billionaires alike, who would not want that opportunity?

      Liked by 4 people

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        It’s incredible, Robert.

        The USA is back. We needed Trump in the worst way and he and his team are delivering and then some.

        Wilbur doesn’t need this job. But as you said, he knows what Trump can and will do.


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  39. Foolsgold says:

    I remember the days of the race to space like it was yesterday. American pride, enthusiasm, technological discoveries and achievements were a sight to see, participate in, and witness! Those achievements single handled caused America to become Great and THE technological leader in the world as well as the first true superpower on earth at the time. It is also the sole reason why we live in the super tech world we live in today!

    I’m in love with the idea of doing space all over again and sparking this generation of youth to be gleefully and excitingly participating in the new challenging technologies again while they discover new things over and over again as I did back then.

    This is the MAGA days Trump speaks of and I for one say why Not!

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  40. Smart, very smart. The kind of forward thinking that Obama and Biden wouldn’t ever consider.


    • G. Combs says:

      Obama and Biden’s forward thinking was how to enslave all of humanity without the Sheeple actually realizing what they were actually up to.

      Or as Ted Turner, founder of CNN and the UN Foundation bluntly put it during an interview with Audubon magazine.
      “A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.” – Source: The book You Don’t Say, by Fred Gielow, 1999, page 189.

      Shudder… We really dodge a bullet by not electing Hiltliary, at least so far.

      Liked by 1 person

  41. we300 says:

    “We don’t have a deal on anything until we have a deal on everything.” BOOM!

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Buck Turgidson says:

    I think Trump’s cabinet picks are a mixed bag. Wilburine is perhaps the best one — I friggin love this guy! Smart, experienced, calm, apolitical, patriotic. Mr Ross is a throwback and a national treasure!

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