08.18.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Big Business loves Big Government

By Peter Hong While the 115th Congress remains at a standstill on overhauling Obamacare, there is a much lesser known, yet important, ongoing fight in health care:  the battle pitting open competition against monopolization of the contact lens market. For years, health care giant Johnson & Johnson had the contact lens manufacturing market cornered, due in large part to the […]

08.17.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Big labor fights for big government

By Richard McCarty The California legislature is currently considering a bill to make it nearly impossible for most county governments to hire companies and nonprofits to deliver public services. The bill, AB 1250, was introduced by a former Service Employees International Union (SEIU) boss, and SEIU is one of its chief proponents. Why does SEIU care about the manner in […]

08.16.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Time for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end Operation Chokepoint

By Peter Hong Barack Obama has been out of office for only seven months, yet the damage from his administrative excesses are still being borne across this country. Case in point:  Operation Check Point (OCP).  You remember OCP.  Hatched in 2012 by Eric Holder, Obama’s chief henchman at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), OCP purported to “choke out” a […]

08.14.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

The UAW does what it does best, spend money and lose elections.

By Natalia Castro Mississippi has been a proud right to work state since 1954, as one of eight states with the right to work without union representation written into its constitution. Over the years dozens of other states have joined suit, with every southern state rejected forced unionization of workers. Still, the United Automobile Workers(UAW), a national labor union, is […]

Union Foolishly Persists, Wasting Time and Resources

By Richard McCarty In 2011, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) and its co-conspirators started invading Maryland Walmart stores and harassing customers and staff. Perhaps the UFCW thought it could get away with its outrageous behavior in a union-friendly state or that the federal courts would weigh in on its behalf. But, either way, it was in […]

08.10.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Glimmer of hope in jobs numbers, but tax cut spark by Congress still needed for growth

By Robert Romano So far in 2017 the U.S. has added 1.4 million new jobs through July, the fastest pace of job creation at this point in the year since 2014, Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows. If the jobs keep coming at their current pace, another million jobs will be added by the end of the year, bringing the […]

SEIU Tried Bullying the Oregon Legislature

By Richard McCarty Last year, the Service Employees International Union spent over $5 million trying to get a ballot measure passed that would have imposed a huge tax hike on businesses in Oregon. Measure 97 would have increased taxes on businesses’ gross sales, not their profits, by $3 billion each year. According to the state’s nonpartisan Legislative Revenue Office, the […]

08.04.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Putting Americans First

By Printus LeBlanc The Hart – Celler Act of 1965 abolished the immigration quota system and liberalized the rules for immigration. It put a priority on family reunification and increased the number of immigrants allowed. The next major immigration act was the Simpson–Mazzoli Act of 1986. This bill legalized all illegal immigrants in the US, and was supposed to enforce […]

08.03.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump wants 3 percent growth, but will do-nothing, majority in name only GOP Congress help, like, at all?

By Robert Romano The economy grew at an improved, inflation-adjusted 2.6 percent annualized in the second quarter, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reports. That is up from 1.2 percent in the first quarter. While slightly better, it is still nowhere near 3 percent annualized — not seen since 2005 — a level White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) […]

08.03.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Failing democratic socialism in Venezuela

By Natalia Castro Venezuela is crumbling and with it, the left’s idea of a perfect socialist system. Yet the country’s President Nicolás Maduro, refuses to realize this obvious fact and instead, has resorted to political violence to silence his opposition. As the economy crumbles, the future of the oil industry Venezuela once relied on has been called into question. The […]

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