01.26.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 12

Is the Senate GOP already giving in to executive amnesty?

By Robert Romano “We’re going to try to pass it.” That was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) January 15 take on House-passed legislation to fund the Department of Homeland Security this year while prohibiting the Obama administration from granting executive amnesty to 4.5 million illegal immigrants with U.S.-born children. McConnell did offer that passing the House bill would “be […]

01.26.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 4

The Senate governing: Former DNC Chair Tim Kaine in control

By Rick Manning It seemed so simple. An amendment was offered to the Keystone Pipeline bill by Senators Roy Blunt (R-MO) and James Inhofe (R-OK) that would provide a sense of the Senate that President Obama should not implement his agreement with China to double the U.S. reductions of carbon emissions in exchange for China to begin reducing theirs in […]

Why is the Senate GOP attempting to thread the needle on climate change?

By Robert Romano “[I]t is the sense of Congress that — (1) climate change is real; and (2) human activity contributes to climate change.” That was part of an amendment offered by Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) to S.1, legislation that will require the Obama administration to allow construction of the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S. It drew […]

Cartoon: State of the Kingdom

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01.22.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 4

Why are Republicans split on amnesty?

By Finn Barre Is it possible that President Barack Obama has served Republicans yet another irresistible political target that may do more long-lasting damage to the his party than his horrendous Obamacare legislation?  Some Republicans are saying yes.  His unconstitutional immigration amnesty has delivered Republicans a wedge issue that has the potential to further split the Democrat party and help […]

01.22.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 11

Falling prices fuel deflation worries

By Robert Romano “Slow rise in consumer prices may stymie the Fed.” So reports the New York Times’ Binyamin Appelbaum on January 16, responding to a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showing another drop in consumer prices for the second month in a row. Prices dropped 0.4 percent in December, led primarily by a 9.4 percent drop […]

U.S. light dimmed with Obama energy policy

By Marita Noon The unity march, following the brutal attacks in Paris, reminded us all of America’s absence on the global stage. I wondered: “How has the state of our Union gone from being the shining city on the hill, to a country whose light has dimmed?” I thought about the policies and initiatives President Obama — the leader of […]

01.20.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 8

The state of the opposition

By Rick Manning Conservative leaders recently unveiled a bold new blueprint for Congressional Republicans — who are in control of the entire legislative branch of government for the first time since 2006.  Signed by numerous reputable organizations with decades of experience advancing conservative ideals, the document did not tread gingerly — nor should it have. “The November election was a […]

Cartoon: Trickle-down taxes

Virginia land trust’s transgressions draw legal, legislative scrutiny

By Bonner Cohen, Ph. D. Revelations that a Virginia land trust inserted language into the terms of a conservation easement on a farm, without informing the state agency with which it shares oversight responsibility, have riled lawmakers in the General Assembly and garnered the attention of the commonwealth’s office of attorney general. The news is but the latest development in […]

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