03.27.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 10

Time to fight for freedom

By Rick Manning Peter Frampton once asked in a time not too long ago, “Do you feel like we do?” While the context of this song that led the Frampton Comes Alive climb up the charts is different, it is a question that I often find myself wondering. A guy who I know from my short time as House leadership […]

03.27.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

More Kennedys for the Labor Hall of Honor

By Nathan Mehrens Like thousands of government activities and programs that many people are probably not familiar with, the U.S. Department of Labor has a “Hall of Honor.” Its ostensible purpose is “to honor those Americans whose distinctive contributions in the field of labor have elevated working conditions, wages, and over-all quality of life of America’s working families.” It was previously […]

03.26.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 8

Obama’s FEMA puts climate ideology over saving lives

By Rick Manning New Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) rules on requirements for states to receive federal emergency preparedness dollars are being met with disbelief by many of the nation’s governors.  The new rule forces a state to include a “consideration of changing environmental or climate conditions that may affect and influence the long-term vulnerability from hazards in the state” […]

Cartoon: Ted Cruz family health plan

Taxpayer funded labor official arrested for defrauding workers

By Nathan Mehrens Stephanie Hicks, former president of the union representing employees at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, was recently arrested after being indicted on charges of bank fraud, forgery, and aggravated identity theft charges. The charges are related to her alleged embezzlement of $132,000 from the union, American Federation of Government Employees Local 2207. Hollis Lindley, Jr., […]

Cartoon: The Little Guy

By A.F. Branco Click here for a higher resolution version.

03.23.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 28

EPA eviscerated, McConnell stands up to Reid

By Rick Manning What a week. Bibi Netanyahu was elected in a landslide comeback and President Obama threw a temper tantrum after his Iran policy was rejected by the voters of Israel who have the most to lose if he is wrong. Obama’s law professor, Lawrence Tribe of Harvard Law School, skewered the Environmental Protection Agency in testimony before the […]

03.23.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 21

ATF Director out after trying to ban ammunition

By Robert Romano The news broke on Friday that the controversial head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms resigned in the wake of his causing the Administration headaches they don’t need by issuing a regulation that eliminated an almost thirty-year exemption for a type of ammunition used in competitive shooting. The Director, B. Todd Jones, took charge of […]

03.20.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 7

Obamacare solutions ahead

By Rick Manning In the months ahead, there will be an ongoing debate in D.C. amongst Republican strategists about what to do about Obamacare. This debate will be driven by two known upcoming events, one is completely controlled by the Republican majorities in both Houses, and the other is going to be dependent upon what the Supreme Court decides in […]

03.20.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 21

After Iowa, N.H., and S.C., fuhgeddaboudit

By Robert Romano Being first has its advantages. Since the advent of the Iowa caucuses in 1972 and the South Carolina primary in 1980, the “first in the nation” political contests, including the New Hampshire primary which dates back to 1916, have had an uncanny knack of declaring who the nominee for President will eventually be, particularly on the Republican […]

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