03.20.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

For justice, Gorsuch, without delay

By Peter Hong February 13, 2016 may be the day the presidential election turned, and with it, the course of American politics. With the sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the balance of the U.S. Supreme Court was in jeopardy. With three non-activist justices (and only two reliable votes) left on the conservative side, prospects for the rule of law […]

03.20.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 1

Shortage of health care workers could endanger Baby Boomers who will need long-term care

By Robert Romano In 2012, 4.4 million seniors were enrolled in the Medicaid program, primarily for long-term nursing home or home and community care, according to the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission. Almost twice that number were on some form of long-term care — 8.3 million according to the Center for Disease Control — about comprising almost 20 […]

03.20.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Will we be adults or children? The ugly truth about America’s spending

By Rick Manning

03.17.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Politically correct court ruling against Trump travel restrictions reveals judicial tyranny

Cartoon c/o Legal Insurrection. By Robert Romano Under the ridiculous ruling from U.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson of the District of Hawaii, temporary travel restrictions on immigration — grants of power to the president enacted by Congress decades ago — from any Muslim-majority countries somehow violate the First Amendment. But only if the restrictions are issued by President Donald […]

03.17.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Hiding the truth, distorting Andrew Jackson’s image

By Bill Wilson Anyone looking for a prime example of why the American people increasingly detest the mainstream media need look no further than the Washington Post’s “reporting” on President Donald Trump’s visit to Nashville on March 15. While many in the insular world of the GOP establishment may not think symbolism matters, the Post sure does.  Their effort to […]

03.17.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Here are 6 CRA rescissions the Senate has yet to pass

By Natalia Castro The House has done a phenomenal job rooting out the government overreach and constraining regulations which the Obama Administration used to grow the executive branches power. Now, after 14 successfully passed Congressional Review Act (CRA) rescissions in the House, the Senate is trailing behind having only passed eight. While the nomination process continues to occupy the second […]

03.16.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Trump has the upper hand on the debt ceiling, if Congress backs him

By Robert Romano The debt ceiling is back. On March 15, Congress’ suspension of the debt ceiling ended, just as the national debt appears poised to top $20 trillion for the first time in U.S. history. What that means is the federal government cannot borrow any more money under the law — for now. President Donald Trump now must go […]

03.16.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

CBO: 8 million will choose to leave private insurance market without fines

By Natalia Castro The Congressional Budget Office is absolutely correct, millions of Americans may not be getting insurance once Obamacare is no longer in affect. However, mainstream media has already made a critical error as to why so many people will be leaving the system. Rather than being forced to have insurance that does not satisfy individual needs, Americans are […]

03.15.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Deconstructing the administrative state

By Peter Hong What do you picture when you hear the phrase “administrative state?” Do you think about the lexicon of federal agencies with acronyms that have come to dominate our everyday lives: IRS, EPA, OSHA, TSA? Envision sterile federal buildings populated by unelected bureaucrats rewriting laws to expand the scope of government overreach? Foresee a dystopian universe where administrative […]

03.15.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Restoring Article I, by eliminating one regulation at a time

By Natalia Castro Congress began dismantling Obama’s regulatory state as soon as it came into session; utilizing the power of the Congressional Review Act of 1996 (CRA) for the first time in nearly two decades, Republicans in the House have begun taking back their own authority and opened up the gates to a stronger, healthier economy. The CRA provides Congress […]

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