07.31.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 24

Buck: Reclaiming congressional authority with Article I Caucus

By Representative Ken Buck This year we celebrated the 239th Anniversary of our American experiment — a form of government that’s helped forge the strongest, freest, most prosperous nation the world has ever known. Born in defiance of tyranny and defense of liberty, our nation has survived — and thrived — amidst all manner of conflicts, depressions, scandals and schisms. Through Civil […]

07.31.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 4

Trump rockets to 12-point lead in New Hampshire

By Robert Romano Don’t look now, but Donald Trump has rocketed to a 12-point lead in New Hampshire, one of the most important early primary states in the GOP presidential contest. The poll conducted by Monmouth University from July 23 to July 26 shows Donald Trump has the support of 24 percent of likely voters in the Republican primary, with […]

Cartoon: The Trump factor

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

07.30.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 12

2015: The year Congress gave up?

By Robert Romano 2015 may go down as the year that Congress gave up some of its most important legislative powers. Or, at least, the year it was confirmed that Congress’ powers are not what they used to be. Take President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty granting legal status to millions of illegal immigrants with children who were born in the […]

07.29.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 5

FOIA reveals unions assisted Labor Dept. with absurd regulations

By Richard McCarty For decades, companions who sit with the elderly and infirm have been exempt from overtime and the minimum wage under the Fair Labor Standards Act. In 2013, Obama’s Department of Labor issued new regulations determining which companions would continue to be exempt from the minimum wage and overtime. These new regulations exceeded what Congress had intended when […]

07.28.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 13

Ex-Im Bank not dead yet

By Robert Romano All they had to do was nothing. To get rid of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, that is. Members of Congress needed to only let its charter expire on June 30, and then just let it stay expired. June 30 came and went. So far, so good. But, then on Sunday, July 26, in a […]

Cartoon: Urso Skrued

07.27.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 13

A time to kill (government spending)

By Rick Manning Appropriations time in Congress makes most people’s eyes roll to the back of their heads. But for those seeking  to rein in President Obama, it is like Christmas time with the opportunity to target cuts directly at all parts of Obama’s agenda. Unfortunately, Harry Reid plays the unreformed Grinch in Congress as he has stopped all Senate […]

07.24.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 33

Republicans fight back against HUD rule to redraw your neighborhood

By Robert Romano In July 2015, the Obama administration via the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) finalized a rule that will force local communities to build evenly distributed neighborhoods based on income and race. In 2012, HUD dispersed about $3.8 billion of these grants to almost 1,200 municipalities. To continue receiving those grants, zoning plans will now need federal approval that […]

07.23.2015 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 27

Trumpmania may scare establishment into fighting for limited government

By Rick Manning July is supposed to be a relatively quiet time in Washington, D.C., but alas not this year. Trumpmania has struck the Capitol, but not the good kind. Political operatives and pundits are running around town like their hair is on fire trying to get in front of each other attacking the real estate magnate. What they apparently […]

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