03.05.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump, stop this foreign takeover of US tech giant

By Richard Manning In our globalized world, national security threats take many forms, and one area of increasing concern is the attacks on U.S. companies who are instrumental in building the nuts and bolts of the modern Internet. America’s free market economy, our way of life, can easily come under threat from foreign nations whose national interests do not align […]

03.05.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

House passes sex trafficking bill, but faces uphill battle in the Senate

By Natalia Castro In a rare bipartisan push, the House of Representatives has voted to pass legislation making it more difficult for online users to engage in sex trafficking and empower victims to fight against web makers that facilitate inappropriate online content. However, this bill is no stranger to controversy and has sparked outrage from some lawmakers and technology companies. […]

03.02.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Mr. President, you don’t win midterm elections without keeping your political base intact

By Robert Romano “To go to court would have taken a long time.  So you could do exactly what you’re saying, but take the guns first, go through due process second.” That was President Donald Trump at the White House on Feb. 28, outlining a proposal to skip going to court when determining if an individual, deemed mentally ill in […]

03.02.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Is Congress really concerned about foreign involvement in U.S. elections? Then get illegal immigrants off the voter rolls.

C/O Legal Insurrection By Printus LeBlanc Multiple congressional committees and a Special Counsel have spent millions of taxpayer dollars to investigate foreign interference in the 2016 election and have come up with some memes from Russia. Meanwhile, recent reports from several states indicate there is real foreign influence in U.S. elections being ignored by Congress and the Special Counsel. Voter […]

03.01.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Don’t let Schumer, Pelosi add the $63 billion to the non-defense domestic spending baseline in 2018

By Robert Romano In the last continuing resolution, Congress increased baseline non-defense discretionary spending by $131 billion over the next two years. This was in exchange for $165 billion of new defense spending over that same period. But rather than add to the existing baseline budget on the domestic side — adding tens of thousands of new federal employees to […]

03.01.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

What could possibly go wrong with the government having access to real-time tracking data of every U.S. citizen with a car?

By Printus LeBlanc As the Trump administration looks for ways to fund infrastructure projects, the Economic Report to the President hinted at one of the options the administration may be looking at. Pages 184-186 highlight a program in Oregon that charges drivers based on the miles driven instead of being taxed at the gas pump. This is a horrendous idea […]

02.28.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

After Supreme Court takes pass on DACA, the President should enforce immigration laws

By Natalia Castro President Donald Trump must do primary the job of the executive under Article II of the Constitution — enforce the law. With increased pressure from the courts surrounding Trump’s immigration plans, he truly only has one option, enforce the law to the best of his ability to get unsafe, illegal immigrants off the streets. The Supreme Court […]

Workers Defeat UFCW

By Richard McCarty In recent years, the United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW) has experienced a number of setbacks. Since 2001, the union has lost over 100,000 members. In addition to declining membership, the union has experienced unwanted press attention over the past few years. For example, after a 2015 indictment, UFCW’s organizing coordinator for the marijuana industry was sentenced to prison […]

02.27.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Time for the nation to have an honest dialogue about violence

By Rick Manning Almost twenty-five years ago, my almost nine-year tenure as a state lobbyist with the National Rifle Association came to an end.  After fighting with every ounce of my being to stop encroachments on the right to keep and bear arms, I was done, vowing that I would spend my energy on other worthwhile political pursuits. While, over […]

Cartoon: Dereliction of Duty

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