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 […]

01.18.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

SEIU Is No One’s Friend

By Richard McCarty The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is one of the largest, wealthiest, and most powerful unions in the country. Unfortunately, because SEIU is exploitative, fundamentally dishonest, and unethical, it’s also one of the last organizations anyone should ever want on their side. For example, one of the ways that SEIU manages to collect over $300 million a […]

01.17.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Jeff Sessions is turning the Justice Dept. around

By Printus LeBlanc While everyone is wondering what was said and what was not said, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is quietly restoring the rule of law and eliminating the progressive leftist funding mechanisms installed by the Obama administration. It is time to recognize the excellent work Attorney General Jeff Sessions is doing. One of the most overlooked actions Attorney General […]

Obama mega-donor tries to manipulate Trump using solar trade case

By Rick Manning Trying to untangle the web of financial interests behind the two foreign solar panel manufacturers that have filed a trade case against hundreds of American-owned solar companies is tricky: one company is controlled by a foreign hedge fund, while the other company’s equity is split between German cronies of Angela Merkel and the Qatari government. The two […]

01.16.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

A quick Uranium One indictment raises more questions

By Printus LeBlanc Uranium One is back in the headlines, and it is creating more questions than answers. On Friday, Jan. 12, the Department of Justice announced new indictments connected to the Russian state-owned atomic corporation and regulatory body of the Russian nuclear complex Rosatom. The charges shocked many, as less than one month ago the media only just learned […]

Cartoon: Nobamanomics

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

01.16.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Simpson testimony shows Steele tipped off FBI before the Australian diplomat tipped off FBI about Papadopoulos

By Robert Romano One item from Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s (D-Calif.) publication of Fusion GPS CEO Glenn Simpson’s Aug. 2017 testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee that has not gotten too much attention is the part where the spy responsible for producing the Trump-Russia collusion dossier, Christopher Steele, tipped off the FBI in early July 2016. According to Simpson, “I believe […]

01.15.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

GOP Congress cancelling budget in 2018 would be a huge mistake

By Robert Romano In 2018, there are about five or six must-pass pieces of legislation that the Republican Congress will have to enact their agenda items before the end of the year. They include the 2018 omnibus spending bill due Jan. 19, the debt ceiling, President Donald Trump’s March 5 deadline on DACA, the budget, the continuing resolution due Sept. […]

01.15.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Don’t Believe the Hype behind the immigration numbers

C/O Legal Insurrection By Printus LeBlanc Every day the mainstream media is hysterical about the DACA, the Dreamers (because American kids aren’t allowed to have dreams), and Amnesty. They will spit out numbers and shady poll results trying to paint a rosy picture of illegal immigration. But a small amount of research will show they are spitting out lies to […]

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 […]

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