12.05.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 5

100-year treasuries under Trump Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin?

By Robert Romano “We’ll look at potentially extending the maturity of the debt, because eventually we are going to have higher interest rates, and that’s something that this country is going to need to deal with.” That was President-elect Donald Trump’s selection for Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, in an interview on CNBC discussing the possibility of the U.S. Treasury issuing […]

12.01.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 7

Bannon’s movie is right, the Community Reinvestment Act did contribute to the financial crisis—among other things

By Robert Romano Yet another piece from the mainstream media insinuating that Donald Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor is a closet racist. This time the hit comes from Politico’s Ben Schreckinger, writing, “Bannon’s film blamed racial-bias law for financial collapse.” The piece does not outright accuse Bannon of being a racist, of course, it quotes somebody else — that […]

12.01.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 2

Jobs needed, not student loan forgiveness

By Natalia Castro President Barack Obama has decided to leave a lasting impression before he exists office. Obama has put in place a student debt forgiveness program which only helps few while costing all excessively. Now as costs of tuition continue to soar, the Obama legacy on higher education reform will clearly be one of economic distress and government overreach. […]

11.29.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 1

Project Fear out of control, promises bank failures in Italy if referendum abolishing majority rule fails on Dec. 4

By Robert Romano The financial media and establishment really have no shame. No matter how many times they are proven wrong with their fear campaigns, dire warnings of financial crisis remain the go-to tactic of some of the most powerful institutions in the world against sovereign peoples declaring their independence from globalist utopianism via the ballot box. This time it’s […]

11.23.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Recession in 2017? Watch Black Friday shopping and beyond.

By Natalia Castro After an emotional election season comes the far more pleasant holiday shopping season, but for most retail chains this could be more problematic than lucrative. As the retail market braces for its holiday push, stores are finding it difficult to hire seasonal workers thanks to lower labor force participation. This bleak prospect for the retail market sends […]

11.22.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 1

Donald Trump’s 4 percent economic growth challenge

By Robert Romano On the campaign trail, one of the most far-reaching promises President-elect Donald Trump made was to restore U.S. economic growth to an inflation-adjusted 4 percent annual rate. Speaking to the Economic Club of New York on Sept. 15, Trump said, “it’s time to establish a national goal of reaching 4 percent of economic growth. And my great […]

11.18.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 3

Fed head Yellen promises interest rate hike ‘relatively soon’

By Robert Romano Federal Reserve Janet Yellen broadcast to the world on Nov. 17 that an interest rate hike by the central bank is likely to come soon, maybe even the next time the Fed meets. “At our meeting earlier this month, the Committee judged that the case for an increase in the target range had continued to strengthen and […]

11.16.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Why the Trans-Pacific Partnership had to die after Trump’s win

By Robert Romano On Nov. 11, the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact died a quiet death as the Obama administration abandoned efforts to pass the trade deal during the lame duck session of Congress, the Wall Street Journal reports. The problem? Donald Trump won the election by taking away Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin from Democrats in the electoral […]

Reining in the anti-business National Labor Relations Board

By Nathan Mehrens

11.11.2016 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 1

Project Fear is full of it, there is no market crash post-Trump election

By Robert Romano Donald Trump was elected. So, the sky must be falling. Markets would crash, financial institutions and media had confidently predicted before the election. Except, that hasn’t happened. Which is unsurprising to the American people, who have grown accustomed to disregarding warnings issued by biased media outlets that hate their guts. Nothing bad happened after Trump was elected. […]

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