Lots of issues to resolve in Draining the Swamp and getting good people into positions to fight the entrenched life-tenure bureaucrats is critical. Treasury - Mnuchin (Private Sector: Goldman Sachs, Dune Capital Management) State - Gingrich, Corker (mistake for a lot of reasons), Bolton Defense - Sessions, Hadley, Talent, and an outside (need to get Congress to waive the law) for Flynn (my money is on Natl Sec Adviser for him) Attorney General - Giuliani (Please G*d) Interior - Lucas (it would be poetic justice for an Oil Executive to hold this post) Agriculture - Honestly, hard to care. But Miller of Texas would sure light some fires. Commerce - So many to choose from and this will be a key position under Trump. Lots of choices and too many known associates that would be great at this job. Labor - Looks to be going to Lipnic who was at Labor in the past, is on the EEOC, and is female. HHS - will have to deal with the Obamacare debacle and its aftermath. Not a job for the fainthearted at all. Carson is a great idea but not sure if he has the assertiveness to deal with the lobbyists, hangers on, and entrenched life-tenure bureaucrats. Energy - Hamm Education - shut it down, kill it, drive a steak through its heart, VA - Miller, who was the chairman of the House VA Committee and has retired from the house as I understand it. Homeland Security - kill it too, but Clarke from Milwaukee seems a likely choice. EPA - Kill it too. Ebell, a global warming realist, is the highest profile candidate.