03.06.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 3

The full Hillary

By Rick Manning The deluge of news reports on Hillary Clinton’s, dubious at best, email and other activities, reminds those old enough to recall the Clinton Administration of the stench of corruption that surrounds the former First Family. Foreign governments funding the family foundation while the Secretary of State oversees deals with them, lost or hidden records and correspondence, and […]

What’s up with the prices at the pump?

                        By Marita Noon First, Saudi Arabia drove down the price of oil by increasing its production, which gave Americans a welcome drop in prices at the pump. Could the kingdom now be pushing them back up? Prices at the pump have gone up nearly 40 cents a gallon […]

03.05.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 35

Does Congress still matter?

By Robert Romano Congress is no longer an effective check on the Executive Branch. It is a radical assessment. Not one reached lightly, but it also happens to be true. What else can one make of President Barack Obama’s most recent usurpation of Congress’ constitutional powers, arbitrarily changing federal law and granting millions of illegal immigrants amnesty, and then Congress […]

Cartoon: Hillary@AboveTheLaw.com

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

03.04.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 13

Senator Jeff Sessions: Power of the purse lost?

By Senator Jeff Sessions We are a coequal branch of government, delegated with the powers necessary to defend our institution and our constitutional role. We cannot and must not establish the precedent that we will fund illegal actions on the hope that another branch of government will intervene and strike down that illegal action at some later point. To establish […]

03.03.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 13

Silicon Valley’s net neutrality wake-up call

By Rick Manning President Obama’s famous pen and phone were hard at work last week, as he launched an attack on some of his closest allies. Using 80-year-old telecommunications law, the Federal Communications Commission, under what appears to be direct orders from the President, announced far-reaching rules to govern the Internet, effectively turning it into a public utility. For those […]

Cartoon: GOP Rollover

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

03.02.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 1

More to weak economy than cold weather

By Robert Romano The economy only grew at an inflation-adjusted 2.4 percent in 2014 reports the Bureau of Economic Analysis after it downgraded fourth-quarter growth in its most recent report. Must’ve been that cold weather again. Readers will recall that was the explanation offered earlier last year for a terrible first quarter in 2014, with headlines such as CNBC’s “Frigid […]

03.02.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 21

The struggle for the soul of the Republican Party

By Rick Manning A parade of Washington, D.C. and state politicians came to speak before a throng of mostly 20-something conservatives at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) this past week. Many of those who think they are going to run for president spoke, with personalities ranging from Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina to Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Ted […]

02.27.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 11

Net regs adopted, ALG asks ‘Why even have a Congress?’

By Robert Romano “Why even have a Congress?” That was Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning’s question on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 3-2 vote in favor of new so-called “net neutrality” regulations. The final rulemaking, the text of which has not been released yet, will include “reclassification of broadband Internet access as a telecommunications service under Title II […]

Back to top

Copyright © 2008-2015 NetRight Daily