With the changeover pretty much complete at the National Labor Relations Board, it would appear that the focus of the Trump administration to change the government’s long-simmering anti-business mindset has now turned to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Over the past few weeks, confirmation hearings for the agency charged with enforcement of the nation’s anti-discrimination statutes have been held on nominees Janet Dhillon, nominated to chair the commission, and Iraq war veteran Daniel Gade, a former official in the George W. Bush White House. Both are expected to win US Senate confirmation shortly after the Senate returns from recess next week.  As happened with the NLRB, confirmation of the President Trump nominees will give the EEOC a republican majority for the first time in over 8 years.