03.09.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 2

Agree or disagree with the steel and aluminum tariffs, trade warfare is already being waged against the U.S.

By Printus LeBlanc Last week the Trump administration announced it would impose a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum. Many in the media and were quick to lose their mind as usual. Before judging President Donald Trump’s actions, those criticizing should look at the real world instead of the utopian society they […]

Republicans in Congress continue to dismantle oppressive regulations

C/O American Energy Alliance By Natalia Castro Republicans in the House of Representatives have spent this week breaking down the oppressive regulatory regime the previous administration put into place. Former President Barack Obama dramatically expanded the influence of the executive branch through agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency(EPA). House Republicans are now working to pass legislation that mitigates the impact […]

03.08.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Trump, Sessions take critical stand against California’s new nullification of federal immigration law

By Robert Romano “Immigration law is the province of the federal government.  This Administration and this Justice Department are determined to make it work effectively for the people. I understand that we have a wide variety of political opinions out there on immigration.  But the law is in the books and its purpose is clear. There is no nullification. There […]

03.07.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Big Dig 2.0 comes to New York, and the bill goes to everyone else

By Printus LeBlanc There is fight brewing in Congress over the funding of a local transportation project. Senators and House Members from New Jersey and New York are putting pressure on the administration to fund a massive multibillion-dollar local transportation project. President Donald Trump and Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao are pushing back against that idea, not wanting to blow […]

03.07.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

How many laws did the Oakland mayor break?

By Printus LeBlanc Anyone that paid attention to the 2016 election knows the issue of illegal immigration was one of the core issues that drove President Trump to victory. For good reason, the American people were tired of open borders and criminal illegal immigrants roaming freely through their streets. President Trump is keeping his promise to deport criminal illegal immigrants, […]

Living in the Lap of Luxury

By Richard McCarty According to a report it filed with the US Department of Labor, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) spent over $2.3 million at 4- to 5-star hotels around the world in 2016. (Data for 2017 is not yet available.) With so many of SEIU’s members working low-paying jobs as janitors and health care workers, it seems unlikely […]

03.07.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Anti-establishment, anti-euro parties prevail in Italy

By Robert Romano Almost a decade after the sovereign debt crisis began in Europe, with increasing sentiment for countries to withdraw from the Eurozone currency union, and for the first time in Italy, a narrow majority voted against the establishment parties. The trouble? The Italian people voted for two separate anti-establishment parties: The Five-Star Movement with 32.7 percent of the […]

03.06.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Trump’s steel tariffs protect national security, put end to $8 billion foreign aid to Canada, Mexico, South Korea and Brazil every year

By Robert Romano President Donald Trump is keeping the promise he made in 2016 and is protecting the American steel industry, instituting a 25 percent tariff across the board on steel imports. No nations are excluded. The move comes as the U.S. imported 34.5 million metric tons from around the world, a 16 percent increase from 2016 when it was […]

Cartoon: Protection

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03.06.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Section 199A of the tax reform bill needs to be fixed

By Natalia Castro Within the last month, more than 160 million Americans opened their bank accounts to find that the recently passed Republican tax plan provided them with a more substantial paycheck and more economic mobility. But one area of the tax code appears to have had unintentional consequence of picking winners and losers in agriculture. Despite the overwhelming benefits […]

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