01.18.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

U.S.-China trade deficit could hit all-time high for 2017 as Trump tells Xi arrangement ‘not sustainable’

By Robert Romano Once December’s numbers come in, the U.S.-China trade in goods deficit will likely hit an all-time high in 2017 at more than $370 billion, according to U.S. Census data, as President Donald Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping in a recent phone call that the arrangement is “not sustainable.” The number will be set off partially by […]

Cartoon: Nobamanomics

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01.15.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump’s Tale of Two Trade Cases: Samsung/LG Should Be Slammed, U.S. Solar Jobs Protected

By Rick Manning Every child knows the basic rule that cheaters should never prosper, because if they do, there is no incentive to play by the rules. The same holds true for trade deals. Trade deals have rules associated with them, and Samsung and LG have been found guilty three times since 2011 of violating the rules of the free […]

01.12.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Bill De Blasio is using public employee pensions in a political stunt

By Printus LeBlanc There is just something nutty about New York. First Governor Cuomo announces he is going to sue the federal government to stop the recent tax cut legislation into law. Now the Mayor of New York City Bill De Blasio is going to divest the public employee pension funds from one of the most stable, growing, and in-demand […]

01.11.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Mick Mulvaney can end the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

By Printus LeBlanc A slew of recent reports painted an unflattering picture of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). These are the latest in a long line of suspect actions by the unconstitutional agency. It is time to do something about Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) pet agency. In December, the New York Times reported on a group of CFPB employees […]

01.10.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Progressive Governors fail to learn lesson from tax cuts

C/O Constitution.com By Printus LeBlanc In case you were living on the moon or under a rock last month, the vast majority of Americans, 80 percent, will see bigger paychecks this year, thanks to the tax cut bill Democrats refused to vote for. This should be a boon for states and localities as people with more money tend to spend […]

01.09.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Time for Congress to end Obama’s local zoning takeover

By Robert Romano “None of the funds made available by this Act may be used by the Department of Housing and Urban Development to direct a grantee to undertake specific changes to existing zoning laws as part of carrying out the final rule entitled ‘Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing’ … or the notice entitled ‘Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Assessment Tool’…” That […]

01.08.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Labor markets thawing in Trump’s America in Pa., Ohio, Mich., Wis., N.C. and Fla.

By Robert Romano In the swing states critical to President Donald Trump’s victory in the Electoral College in 2016, new jobs are being created in the Trump economy after one year, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show. 62,600 jobs were created in Pennsylvania from Nov. 2016 to Oct. 2017. There, the unemployment rate dropped from 5.5 percent to […]

01.05.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Disney-Fox Mega-Merger Faces Serious Questions over Anti-Competitive Behavior

By Rick Manning Disney and 21st Century Fox have proposed another massive media merger that may rise or fall on Disney’s anti-competitive lawsuit against a small Utah company that allows parents to filter mature content such as violence, strong language, or sexually inappropriate images and sounds from movies and TV shows. VidAngel has become a hot topic amongst social conservative groups whose […]

01.04.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

The omnibus spending bill is another chance for Republicans to shine

By Natalia Castro The first challenge of the 2018 Congress will be simply funding the government for another year. So far, Congress has used continuing resolutions to prevent a government shutdown during the Christmas season, now with the holidays gone there is no reason for Republicans to miss their chance to cut spending and fuel economic growth. After historic tax […]

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