08.01.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Making Manufacturing Great Again

By Natalia Castro Foxconn builds electronics for nearly every major technology company in the world, and now it is creating jobs and opportunities for the American people. The company’s newest factory in southern Wisconsin could be a turning point in bringing manufacturing back to the U.S., but not just traditional manufacturing, Foxconn is bringing with it new technology to advance […]

07.25.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Time to restore local control over zoning, end Obama’s HUD intrusion

By Robert Romano Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson has announced that his department will be “reinterpreting” an Obama era regulation that had given the federal government control over local zoning decisions. Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing allowed HUD to halt distribution of more than $3 billion of annual community development block grants to about 1,200 counties and cities […]

07.24.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Now is the time for SNAP reform

By Natalia Castro Mandatory spending has gotten out of hand, with programs such as food stamps costing Americans billions, while their recipients rarely give back to the economic growth of the nation. Without entitlement reforms to reign in the growth of this program, it will continue costing the American people without adequately giving back. Entitlements were meant to be temporary […]

07.21.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

A freshman steps up to lead on Obamacare repeal

By ALG Staff The attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare has not been easy, despite Republicans running on the issue since 2010 and holding majorities in the House and Senate, plus the White House. This single issue gave the Republicans the House in 2010, the Senate in 2014, and the Presidency in 2016. Now, the lack of action on the […]

07.20.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Warren’s consumer ‘protection’ agency sets dangerous precedent

By Rick Manning Sen. Elizabeth Warren‘s government-run-wild brain child is continuing its left-wing sprint into the Trump era, and only Congress can stop its usurpations. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the agency created by then-Harvard law professor Warren in the Obama years, effectively to enact liberal policies without new legislation or executive branch oversight, has issued a new rule […]

07.19.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Finally, a budget worth looking at

By Natalia Castro While Congress has fumbled the Obamacare repeal, one promise seems to be on the road to being kept within the House Budget Committee. Committee Chairwoman Diane Black (R-Tenn.) has released a budget plan for FY 2018 that details major cuts to so-called mandatory spending, presents the tax plan President Donald Trump has boasted about, and reins in […]

07.18.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Without repeal, Medicaid expansion wastes money on able-bodied, working-age adults at expense of seniors

By Natalia Castro The Obamacare replacement bill is dead, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has now presented a partial repeal bill in its stead, akin to the 2015 legislation vetoed by former President Barack Obama, H.R. 3762. That bill phased out Medicaid expansion over a period of two years, and the legislation was passed by almost every Republican currently […]

07.17.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

SEIU suffers more setbacks on fight for $15

By Richard McCarty For the past several years, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has been dumping millions of dollars of its members’ money into efforts across the country to hike the minimum wage to $15. The membership of SEIU includes many lower-wage workers, such as janitors, security guards, home care workers, and graduate students. Last year alone, SEIU spent […]

07.12.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

After minimum wage hikes and ammunition taxes, the lesson is don’t be like Seattle

By Printus LeBlanc On June 2, 2014 Seattle’s city council approved a raise in the minimum wage to a highest in the nation $15 an hour. Not one member of the council voted against it. Like most liberal progressives, the Seattle city council believed they could regulate prosperity. The law did not have the intended consequences. The National Bureau of […]

07.10.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Think states like Illinois can’t default? Think again.

By Natalia Castro Illinois is breaking national records, but perhaps not for the best reasons; Illinois is the only state to have operated without a complete and balanced budget for over 700 days. For nearly two years, Illinois has been in fiscal freefall, and now the state is finally crashing. As potential bankruptcy looms in Illinois’ future, states across the […]

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