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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 […]

07.24.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 9

How might Chief Justice Roberts rule on Halbig?

By Robert Romano With the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals and the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals issuing contradictory rulings on the question of whether Obamacare exchange subsidies can be given in states that decided to not set up their own exchanges under an IRS regulation, it appears all but inevitable that the case will ultimately wind up in the […]

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.

09.19.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

It’s the debt, stupid!

By Robert Romano Household debt has outpaced household median income for almost 40 years, and we’re paying the price, the latest figures from the Federal Reserve and U.S. Census show. While median income for households grew by $929 to $51,939 in 2013, the amount of debt per household remained elevated at $106,921. A positive sign is that household debt is […]

09.18.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 3

Obama’s Internet giveaway to foreign governments picks up steam

By Robert Romano The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the non-profit government contractor currently responsible for administering the Internet’s critical domain name system, has proposed a new change to its bylaws that would empower foreign governments in a way that not seen in the world wide web’s short life. Currently, despite being under a Commerce Department contract, […]

09.17.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 4

No vote on war against Islamic State before election?

By Robert Romano There might be an opportunity to get to a vote on an authorization to use military force against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, but not until after the November elections. That was what House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) told reporters on September 15. Instead, the House will take up narrower legislation that would authorize […]

09.16.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Could Scottish independence ultimately spell end for Tories?

By Robert Romano On paper, should Scotland secede from the United Kingdom on September 18 via referendum, the political implications in British Parliament will be resoundingly in favor of the Conservative Party. Tories would lose just 1 seat in Parliament, bringing their current total to 303 seats. Meanwhile the rival Labour Party would lose 41 seats, taking them down to […]

House Republicans push to make subprime, higher risk lending easier?

By Robert Romano By now, the causes of the mortgage crisis that nearly wrecked the global economy in 2007 and 2008 are common knowledge. Too many high risk loans were made, too much credit boosted housing prices to the moon, too much leverage was taken on by financial institutions, and then, when the bubble came crashing down, not enough capital […]

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