Trump’s budget really could make America great again. Will Congress allow him to do it?

By Rick Manning Most presidents’ budgets are “dead on arrival” in Congress.  It happened to Obama and Bush, and there are those who hope it happens to President Donald Trump. That would be a huge mistake. President Trump is submitting a budget that balances in ten years, making many of the tough choices to get the nation’s finances back on […]

05.22.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

We must enforce NAFTA and get tough on Mexican sugar dumping

By Rick Manning Click here to urge President Trump to stop Mexican cheating on NAFTA and enforce the law. President Trump disrupted conventional Republican politics with his recognition that the so-called free trade deals of the 1990s and 2000s were a disaster for American workers in many ways. The disruption and surprise to pundits came when they discovered that GOP […]

05.19.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump budget forces Congressional GOP to choose sides

By Rick Manning President Donald Trump’s first full budget will be presented to the nation on May 23, and if the so-called preliminary or “skinny” budget is any sign, it will provide ample proof of why he is the swamp’s worst enemy. Preliminary indications are that the budget will continue to recommend the elimination of welfare for the wealthy programs […]

05.18.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

The time is now for the American people to stand with President Trump

By Rick Manning Things are getting real in D.C. and the swamp is in full fury trying to take down the presidency of Donald Trump before it even begins. Today’s decision by the Justice Department number two officer to appoint a special counsel to examine the Trump presidency and Russia is a precursor of bad things to come if America […]

05.04.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Will Schumer funding win open GOP eyes?

By Rick Manning Chuck Schumer’s victory on the 2017 Omnibus funding bill will hopefully serve as a wake-up call to Congressional Republicans who have not adapted to the reality that they now control the White House with a President who expects that his priorities will be funded in September. The Schumer victory in the current Omnibus funding “negotiation” spotlighted the […]

Buyer beware: Subsidy-driven solar industry a bubble waiting to burst

By Rick Manning Automotive research company Edmunds warned that the elimination of the $7,500 U.S. tax credit for electric vehicles (EV) is, “likely to kill the EV market” according to Bloomberg. Think about this.  Tesla, an electric car company that has yet to make a profit, has the largest market capitalization of any U.S. auto company recently surpassing both Ford and […]

04.26.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Trump’s first 100 days: A crash course in ‘creative destruction’

By Rick Manning The 2016 Presidential election was about creative destruction, pitting one candidate, Hillary Clinton, who stood for continuing down the same path that our nation had been on since George H.W. Bush’s election in 1988, against Donald Trump, who promised to rethink everything. “Creative destruction” is the term MIT economist Joseph Schumpeter used to describe the capitalist process […]

04.14.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Crush Senate Democrat funding filibuster against Trump’s wall

By Rick Manning The entire world knows that out of all the campaign promises made over fifteen months, Donald Trump is most closely associated with one policy — building a wall along the southern border of the United States. You say build the wall to most Americans and they will tell you Donald Trump as the answer to which politician […]

04.10.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Bye, Bye, Miss American Pie?

By Rick Manning Some in the music industry are encouraging Attorney General Jeff Sessions to withdraw from defending a more than 70-year-old consent decree that has created an expeditious and workable way for those who write music to receive payments for their intellectual property. General Sessions should just say no to their lobbying efforts. In stating this, I find myself […]

04.07.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Caution still needed on Syria, Congress should debate need for further action

By Rick Manning President Donald Trump has determined that urgent action in Syria was necessary to degrade the ability of the Bashar al-Assad regime to deliver further chemical weapons attacks there or anywhere else in wake of the horrific gas attack in Iblid. But further action is going to have to involve Congress. There is no authorization to use force […]

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