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Robert Romano

Click here to read articles by Robert Romano. Robert Romano is the Senior Editor of Americans for Limited Government. He grew up in a suburban Long Island township, Rocky Point, where he graduated from high school. He studied and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Stony Brook University with the Class of 2008. In his free […]

Romanoff and Sestak vs. The White House

By Rebekah Rast  – The he said/she said saga of the Obama Administration’s political appointments for Senate candidates Rep. Joe Sestak and Andrew Romanoff is confusing. Americans for Limited Government (A LG) has put together a timeline reflecting the events and communications of each scandal up to the present day. Though these cases may be far from over, here is […]

05.31.2010 in Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Romanoff and Sestak vs. The White House

On: 06/06/2010 20:56:26 In: Corruption By Rebekah Rast The he said/she said saga of the Obama Administration’s political appointments for Senate candidates Rep. Joe Sestak and Andrew Romanoff is confusing. Americans for Limited Government (A LG) has put together a timeline reflecting the events and communications of each scandal up to the present day. Though these cases may be far […]

10.31.2009 in Politics by NetRight Daily 0

ALG in the News: Romano on Newstalk

On: 11/12/2009 09:40:08 In: Health Care ALG Editor’s Note: In the following featured audio clip, Americans for Limited Government’s ALG News Editor, Robert Romano, is a guest on Newstalk 610 WTVN.

Are House Republicans voting to give away the Internet?

By Robert Romano “Until the Comptroller General of the United States submits the report required by [this statute], the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information may not relinquish or agree to any proposal relating to the relinquishment of the responsibility of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration [NTIA]… over Internet domain name system functions, including responsibility with respect […]

04.16.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 11

Welfare debit cards: You want cash with that?

By Robert Romano Perhaps the foolish ones are those who keep working. Recipients of food stamps — now called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) — are not supposed to be able to use their cards at ATMs or otherwise receive cash back from purchases made at grocery stores. But that didn’t stop one store in Glendale, Ariz. from entering […]

04.11.2014 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 20

Is OSHA trying to unionize southern auto parts manufacturers?

By Robert Romano Alabama auto parts manufacturers only make up 2.9 percent of firms — 121 out of 4,103 nationwide according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Yet, they make up more than 9 percent of inspections of such manufacturers by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) in 2014 as of April 10, data from the agency shows. None of […]

04.10.2014 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 1

Does motherhood impact wages?

By Robert Romano “[T]here is the issue of marriage and children. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that single women who have never married earned 96 percent of men’s earnings in 2012.The supposed pay gap appears when marriage and children enter the picture.” That was the American Enterprise Institute’s Mark J. Perry and Andrew G. Biggs, writing for the Wall […]

04.09.2014 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 23

Paying too much at the grocery store and at the pump? You can thank the Fed

By Robert Romano It is commonly said by Americans that the harder they work, the further they fall behind. Well, they’re right. Since 2000, household median income measured by the Census Bureau has only averaged 1.77 percent growth. In the meantime, the prices of staples like food and energy have been skyrocketing. Oil is up at an average annual rate […]

04.08.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 11

Obama’s gender inequality demagoguery

By Robert Romano Barack Obama does not have the votes to pass the so-called Paycheck Fairness Act, legislation that professes to address the 23-cent income gap between men and women. So, he is just going to issue an executive order and act as if the legislation has passed — as it relates to federal contractors. Never mind that it is […]

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