It's a plan, but completely insufficient to create jobs. To create jobs, you're going to have to reverse some of the offshoring that we have done.
Energy: We need to be drilling. We need to be building nuclear plants. We need to be preparing sites for even more future fission and/or fusion plants. We need to be preparing the grid to make it redundant and terrorist proof. We do need to be doing particle research in hopes of discovering new energy sources. And we need to be doing research in alternative energies, but only research, no more funding mass rollouts of unviable technologies.
Labor: Close the border. Deport the illegals. Cut the H1b's.
Raw Materials: We've got plenty of most.
Technological know how: Bring back production to the U.S. and everything from Engineering to marketing follows. Quit training as many foreigners in our colleges. Especially in high tech stuff.
International trade: Raise import tariffs which are at historic lows. This will bring production back creating both manual and high tech jobs. Tariffs should be adjusted as unemployment drops so that we can take advantage of cheap foreign labor, but not to the extent that it puts our own people out of work.
We could use a hard drive factory or two as well!