08.16.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Why was the FBI so sure that Russia hacked the DNC without looking at the server?

By Robert Romano On May 3, 2016, when asked by MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell if there was any indication that foreign governments had penetrated her private email server that contained classified information, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton emphatically denied the charge, saying, “No, not at all.” The rationale for denying this was obvious enough. If the classified information on her private […]

08.16.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Time for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end Operation Chokepoint

By Peter Hong Barack Obama has been out of office for only seven months, yet the damage from his administrative excesses are still being borne across this country. Case in point:  Operation Check Point (OCP).  You remember OCP.  Hatched in 2012 by Eric Holder, Obama’s chief henchman at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), OCP purported to “choke out” a […]

08.15.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

All lives are created equal, whether in Charlottesville or Chicago

By Rick Manning A thirty-four year old usher at the Friendship Baptist Church in Chicago along with another man were murdered on Sunday morning while going up the steps of the church just as services were starting. These were just two of the nine killings, three of which were self-defense during a home invasion, that occurred in the Windy City […]

Cartoon: Heating Up

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Another reason to implement the Holman Rule

By Printus LeBlanc Washington D.C., the hub of the federal government, is notorious for extravagant spending and overpriced salaries. For this reason, President Trump ran on a campaign of “draining the swamp”, the swamp being Washington D.C. seemingly endless federal bureaucracy. Unfortunately, the swamp is much bigger than just D.C. A recent report from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Inspector […]

08.14.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has responsibility to get to the bottom of the Michael Flynn unmasking leak

By Robert Romano In March, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself, it was very specifically from “any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States.” That means anything up to November 8, 2016. Any matters that occurred after November 8 should still be under his purview. That […]

08.14.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

The UAW does what it does best, spend money and lose elections.

By Natalia Castro Mississippi has been a proud right to work state since 1954, as one of eight states with the right to work without union representation written into its constitution. Over the years dozens of other states have joined suit, with every southern state rejected forced unionization of workers. Still, the United Automobile Workers(UAW), a national labor union, is […]

08.11.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

What is the Republican Establishment up to now?

By Peter Hong After the GOP leadership lost health care reform in the Senate by a single vote with three renegade Republicans joining a unanimous bloc of Democrats, you’d think Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would be singularly focused on capturing the 25 Senate seats Democrats will be defending in 2018.  You’d think. Instead, a McConnell-aligned PAC is running a vicious […]

08.11.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Plenty of blame to go around on the North Korean crisis

By Printus LeBlanc For the last three decades, the U.S. has been practicing Neville Chamberlain style diplomacy with North Korea. Democrat and Republican administrations have continued to “kick the can” down the road with regards to North Korea. “As long as we don’t have to deal with it” seemed like an official motto. Now, a crisis not seen since the […]

Union Foolishly Persists, Wasting Time and Resources

By Richard McCarty In 2011, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) and its co-conspirators started invading Maryland Walmart stores and harassing customers and staff. Perhaps the UFCW thought it could get away with its outrageous behavior in a union-friendly state or that the federal courts would weigh in on its behalf. But, either way, it was in […]

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