At long last, there is a new Secretary of Labor and a full Cabinet for President Trump as Alex Acosta was finally confirmed to the post by the US Senate a full 98 days into the Trump administration. Acosta, who was nominated by President Trump after his first choice, Andy Puzder, withdrew from consideration after weeks of public relations problems, was approved by the Senate on a vote of 60-38 yesterday afternoon. Now, Acosta can officially begin the task of constructing an effective labor policy for the administration and rectify some of the egregious rules/regulations/positions the Obama administration put in place. For specifics, read on . . .