06.24.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Supreme Court blocks executive amnesty—for now

By Robert Romano In a 4 to 4 tie, the Supreme Court has upheld lower court rulings that enjoin the Obama administration from moving forward with executive amnesty for 4.5 million illegal immigrants with U.S.-born children. The ruling upheld a preliminary injunction put in place by the U.S. District Court of Southern District of Texas and the Fifth Circuit Court […]

06.24.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Now’s the time for Ryan to act like a Speaker

By Rick Manning

06.23.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 6

Murder screams the headline

  By Rick Manning The headline screams: “Police: 13 dead, 43 wounded in Chicago weekend shootings,” yet no one nationally hears them. The Chicago media reads like a Walter Cronkite report from Vietnam, laden with body and casualty counts for a war that no one understands. That is the state of violence in the second city, President Obama’s hometown, run […]

Who wants wind turbines?

By Marita Noon Last month’s wind-turbine fire near Palm Springs, CA, that dropped burning debris on the barren ground below, serves as a reminder of just one of the many reasons why people don’t want to live near the towering steel structures. In this case, no one was hurt as the motor fire was in a remote, unincorporated area of […]

06.22.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Pennsylvania could hold key to Trump victory in November

By Natalia Castro This is not 2012 or even 2008. Donald Trump has dramatically changed not just the Republican Party, but the entire political process. By gathering support from Rust Belt states fed up with bad trade deals and outsourced jobs, Trump may be edging toward a win in November, proving no state is safe simply by their political history. […]

06.22.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Win or lose, Brexit challenges primacy of globalism consensus

By Robert Romano As the June 23 referendum in the UK on whether to remain a part of the European Union draws to a close — with the European political establishment nervous as polls show the race well within the margin of error with remain at 45 percent and leave at 44 percent — one outcome is already clear. Whatever […]

Trump v. Clinton could determine fate of U.S. v. Texas and executive amnesty

By Natalia Castro “By July 1 of this year, if all goes well, we will know one way or the other whether [the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals(DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA)] can go forward.” That was The Atlantic writer Garret Epps in Jan. 2016, hopeful that with United States v. Texas […]

Cartoon: Disarming America

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

06.20.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Mass media persuasion by osmosis

By Don Todd Having lived inside the Washington Beltway for over 30 years I have often criticized my conservative friends for supporting the leftwing Washington Post by subscribing to it. The most common response has been, “I just read it to know what the enemy is thinking.” The problem with that is these same people will give you an opinion […]

06.20.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 3

Gun purchase bills still ignore due process concerns

By Natalia Castro and Robert Romano Sen. Christopher Murphy (D-Conn.). was outraged about the lack of gun legislation following the Orlando terror attack, so he decided to talk about it, for 15 hours. While most filibusters work to dissuade a vote, Murphy did it for just the opposite reason, to convince Republican majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to allow votes […]

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