02.12.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

If you look at Trump’s policy and actions, why would the Russians want Trump?

By Printus LeBlanc If you listen to the mainstream media and progressives that cannot believe they lost the election, you will undoubtedly hear them scream Russia, Russia, Russia. They still have not produced one shred of evidence that President Donald Trump collaborated with the Russian government in any way, but the longer the investigation goes on, the more it looks […]

02.09.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Time for President Trump to modernize NAFTA or else end it

By Robert Romano More than any other issue, President Donald Trump’s vow to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) or else leave it may have been the most important reason he won the Electoral College in 2016 against his opponent, Hillary Clinton. Trump won Ohio by about 450,000 votes. In Pennsylvania, Trump only won by 44,000 votes. In […]

02.09.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

A stock market correction is no time to panic

By Natalia Castro The stock market has caught national attention the past couple weeks for its extraordinary volatility, but for many economists, this volatility is not surprising at all, it is part of a correcting period. The stock market seeks over time to correct itself following a period of excessive growth. The constant question for investors is whether this correction […]

02.09.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Liberal progressivism stinks, literally, and it’s building sanctuary cities

By Richard McCarty In recent years, liberals have been advocating for a way to “help” the homeless deal with the lack of sufficient public toilets. And just what is this brilliant idea? Is it more public restrooms, or more homeless shelters? No, their radical idea is to decriminalize public urination and defecation. Think about that. As the developing world embraces […]

02.08.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

If the GOP Congress is going to raise the debt ceiling again, it should finally fix it to preserve President Trump’s art of the deal

By Robert Romano Senate leaders have reached a bipartisan agreement on the 2018 budget that provides another six weeks of funding for the federal government. It gets there by ending the remainder of budget sequestration, a remnant of the 2011 debt ceiling deal, increasing defense spending by $160 billion and non-defense spending by $131 billion the next two years. As […]

02.08.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Are people losing trust in the FBI?

By Printus LeBlanc A new report from Rasmussen should scare the FBI. According to the report, 34 percent of likely voters including a majority of Republicans now believe the FBI meddled in the 2016 election. Several months ago, the FBI would not even be considered as an answer for a poll question, but recent revelations from several congressional investigations and […]

02.07.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Did the Obama Justice Dept. and the Clinton campaign coordinate to place the Isikoff piece to get the FISA warrant on the Trump campaign in 2016?

By Robert Romano Besides the DNC and Clinton campaign-funded Christopher Steele dossier that alleged Trump campaign-Russia collusion that was used as evidence by the Obama era Justice Department to obtain a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court warrant against Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, another piece of evidence was a Sept. 2016 Yahoo! News piece by Michael Isikoff that alleged […]

02.07.2018 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

California takes a step back in school choice, while other states move forward

By Natalia Castro Lucas Saunders and his parents never thought graduating high school was a possibility. Saunders struggled for years to sit still and learn in the classroom, but his entire life took a turn when he began attending an independent school in Vermont, catered to students who needed individual attention. Saunders experienced the life-changing effects of school choice and […]

02.06.2018 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

To end sugar subsidies, conservatives can’t launch a frontal attack

By Rick Manning As predictable as the changing seasons in Vermont, when the farm bill needs reauthorization, the same old tired mantra to end sugar subsidies and all will be well begins to be heard. Yet, after about 80 years of trying, sugar subsidies still exist.  It hasn’t mattered whether Ronald Reagan or Barack Obama was in the White House. It hasn’t mattered […]

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