11.30.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Attorney General Sessions knows who Martin Luther King Jr. is. Why doesn’t academia?

By Printus LeBlanc In Martin Luther King Jr’s famous I Have a Dream speech, he uttered the words, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Apparently, the ivory towers of the academia […]

11.29.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

The President alone gets to fill political vacancies, including at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

By Robert Romano There is no question that President Donald Trump can appoint Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney to serve as the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in lieu of Senate confirmation. Under the Constitution, the President alone determines who heads up agencies for the federal government. Specifically, under Article II of the Constitution, […]

11.29.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Why is the Senate refusing to do their job and confirm judicial and executive branch nominees?

By Natalia Castro The Senate has played a vital role in stalling the Trump agenda and preventing the swamp they swim in from being drained. One of the greatest struggles President Trump has faced in moving his plan forward has been an inability to fill vacant positions within the executive branch, with positions such as the NASA Administrator, Export-Import Bank […]

11.28.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Committee on Foreign Investment: Failure at the highest level on Uranium One and elsewhere

By Printus LeBlanc A little known federal governmental body has been making the news a lot lately. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) will be the talk of D.C. after the Uranium One informant soon finishes his testimony. Doing a little research on the committee, it quickly becomes apparent CFIUS is a more significant problem than […]

Cartoon: Tax shelter

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11.27.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

The GOP tax bill is better than you think, but it still might result in a ‘Read my lips’ moment

By Robert Romano The Republican tax cut bill is up in the Senate and it’s getting a little bit better in some areas on the individual side of things. The $86.9 billion a year medical expenses deduction, which had been eliminated in the House version of the bill, has been restored. That deduction was taken by 8.7 million Americans in […]

11.27.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

The Trump administration is taking on the opioid crisis

By Natalia Castro 2015 was the worst year for overdose deaths in U.S. history, until 2016 happened. Now, unless the federal government takes decisive action, 2017 will be even worse. The opioid epidemic has left both rural and urban America paralyzed. After decades of overprescribing, opioid deaths last year alone account for more lost lives than the entire Vietnam War […]

11.22.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Big government, too big to fail banks, and big oil are coming together once again to stick it to the little guy.

By Printus LeBlanc Isaac Newton’s third law states, “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Sir Isaac must have never been in government, because a little-known rule in the Environmental Protection Agency is having a ripple effect across the nation, and is likely to hit consumers in their pocketbook. The EPA must now act to save thousands […]

The U.S. continues the push towards energy dominance

By Natalia Castro After nine years of back and forth debate, the US is finally taking a critical step towards boosting access to oil in order to cut costs for consumers and lessen our dependence on the volatile global oil market, and it is all thanks to Nebraska. This week the Nebraska Public Service Commission approved the Keystone XL pipelines […]

11.21.2017 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Now that Richard Cordray is gone, it’s time to undue his work

By Rick Manning Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray announced his resignation last week. This is a victory for consumers and businesses, as he will no longer be able to wreak regulatory havoc on the American people and the economy. But that doesn’t mean we are out of the woods just yet. While President Trump continues to successfully roll […]

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