12.22.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump DOJ Anti-Trust Actions Media Mega-Mergers, May Protect First Amendment

By Rick Manning The First Amendment to the Constitution protecting the right to engage in speech is fundamental to a free country. The past few years have seen multiple attempts by the Democratic Party and their far-left supporters to create a new definition of this right – the freedom from speech that one doesn’t like. While this trend toward the […]

12.21.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

America winning again with President Trump on trade

By Robert Romano Perhaps more than any other issue, getting a better deal for the American people on international trade is why President Donald Trump won the election in 2016. Trump promised he would put America first for a change. That message not only resonated in the Republican primary, which Trump won decisively, it helped the President secure votes from […]

12.20.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump, Congress cut taxes for nearly all American taxpayers

By Robert Romano “A new Tax Policy Center analysis of the final version of the GOP tax bill finds that it will raise taxes on 53 percent of taxpayers by 2027.” That was the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent misleadingly reporting that the tax cut bill which should pass Congress before Friday will somehow raise taxes on 53 percent of taxpayers, […]

12.19.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Is the future in jeopardy with Millennials?

By Natalia Castro Millennials are letting their country down in the simplest way possible, by no longer believing in their country. The concept of patriotism has been perverted amongst Americans youngest generation as this group distances themselves from the basics of the Constitution. In order to truly make America great again, political change is not enough, but a cultural shift […]

12.18.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

If you can read this, ending Net Neutrality did not break the Internet

By Robert Romano There has not been this much hysteria over a Netpocalypse since Y2K, which failed to break the Internet. 18 years ago, media publications worried feverishly for months on end that financial and other institutions would fail to make the transition from the 20th to the 21st centuries when the year 2000 had to be taken into account. […]

Is the CFPB run like the Mafia?

By Printus LeBlanc The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been in the news a lot lately, mostly because the former head of the agency Richard Cordray stepped down. However, before stepping down, Cordray believed he had the right to pick his own successor and chose Leandra English. The President disagreed and has appointed Mick Mulvaney to rein in the […]

12.13.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

India, Brazil should reciprocate low tariffs with the U.S. or else Trump, Congress should review General System of Preferences

By Robert Romano India and Brazil say they are ready to participate in the global economy, but consistently, both countries — which benefit handsomely from the U.S. General System of Preferences — charge big tariffs to U.S. exporters trying to do business over there. India charges 13.4 percent tariffs on a most favored nation basis, and Brazil charges 13.6 percent. […]

Cartoon: Oz of DC

By A.F. Branco Click here for a higher resolution image.

12.11.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Is there hope for the education system?

By Natalia Castro Both sides of the aisle can agree that education reform is a necessity. With rising costs of higher education and increased joblessness amongst graduates, the higher education system is failing millions of young Americans. Rather than merely reauthorizing the Higher Education Act as administrations before have done, Congress is voting on the first significant changes to the […]

Court Ruling Could Cost SEIU

By Richard McCarthy The Supreme Court has agreed to consider the case of Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). Mark Janus is a public employee in Illinois, who is suing the union for compelling him to pay “agency fees” to AFSCME in spite of the fact that he is not a member and does not […]

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