04.29.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 7

Hillary Clinton is absolutely playing the ‘woman card,’ Donald Trump is right

By Robert Romano “Being the first woman president would be quite a change from the presidents we’ve had, including President Obama.” That was Hillary Clinton herself at the very first Democrat presidential debate of the season on CNN on the Oct. 13, 2015, in response to a question about how her presidency would not be like a third term of […]

04.29.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

John Cornyn fails to fix mass prison break bill, violent felons will still go free under Senate plan

By Rick Manning “Because of the objections we’ve heard from some of our colleagues, we introduced in this amended version of the bill a categorical exclusion of those who have committed a serious crime as defined by federal law at any point in their life.” That was Sen. John Cornyn claiming, with a straight face, that legislation he supports, which […]

04.28.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 6

More to Trump surge in Pennsylvania than just Cruz-Kasich misstep

By Robert Romano The polls were all wrong in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware. The Real Clear Politics average of polls in Pennsylvania leading up to Tuesday’s Republican primary for president had Donald Trump up 48 percent to 27 percent. Instead, he won 58 percent to 22 percent. In Maryland, the average of the in the primary had […]

04.28.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 10

Gun taxes, thought policing and the triumph of the ‘Force-Left’

By Dustin Howard The totalitarian temptation is proving too much for the left across America. Daniel Flynn, in his book A Conservative History of the American Left, contrasted the “Freedom Left”, the benign old-fashioned liberals, versus the “Force Left”, the descendants of Marx that malignantly oppose fundamental rights in pursuit of their radical aims. The Force Left has successfully seized […]

04.27.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 5

Nebraska takes lead in eliminating civil asset forfeiture, Feds reinstate it

By Robert Romano Can you imagine winning $50,000 at a casino and driving away, happy about your winnings, only to be pulled over and having the large sum of cash seized all the while not being charged with any crime? That’s what happened to Tan Nguyen in Nevada in a case of civil asset forfeiture that was ultimately contested and […]

04.26.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 2

Driverless cars not ready for prime time

By Rick Manning The national push is on for the legalization of self-driving cars under the guise of safety and convenience.  Apparently, these so-called google cars have a better mapping system than I’m provided through my Android hand held device. Otherwise, no one would be dumb enough to propose a hands free vehicle. Just today, I hit slightly worse than […]

04.26.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

I think ICANN

By Robert Romano Do Internet domain names and their administration constitute property? That is a key question whose answer may determine the future of the Internet itself in the next few months, when a Department of Commerce contract with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) comes to an end on Sept. 30. That contract makes ICANN the […]

Cartoon: Leading behind

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04.25.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 10

Congress should settle Puerto Rico debt restructuring to avert taxpayer bailout of creditors

By Robert Romano Will the House-proposed Puerto Rico legislation, H.R. 4900, restructure the territory’s $72 billion of debt, or will it lead to a bailout of creditors? Under the bill, the financial oversight board certainly has the authority to restructure Puerto Rico’s debts — in which creditors would take a haircut — but in its current form it is not […]

04.22.2016 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Obama politicizes the Library of Congress

By Dustin Howard President Barack Obama’s nomination of Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden, is a metaphor for what is wrong with the Obama Administration. Not because Dr. Hayden is a bad person or bad at her current job, but because to this administration, radical ideology is more important than substance. This is supposed to be an apolitical position for […]

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