Amash amendment still needed to stop NSA collection of U.S. communications

By Robert Romano When it was thought that the National Security Agency (NSA) mass surveillance program only included the metadata of U.S. personal phone calls without suspicion — that is, who called who, at what time, and the locations — the program barely survived a 205 to 217 vote to defund it in an amendment proposed by Rep. Justin Amash […]

Cartoon: “Messiah-Mess”

By William Warren

07.10.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Yes, the left hates America

By Tom Toth The left hates America.  That’s why they want to fundamentally transform it. When Barack Obama first ventured to occupy the Oval Office, the purpose of his presidency would be to “fundamentally transform of United States.” An ear-pleasing term for far-left activists excited to move on from the George W. Bush administration with the progressive freshman Senator for […]

07.09.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 32

Do Senate Republicans hate the Tea Party, more than they hate Harry Reid?

By Rick Manning The National Republican Senatorial Committee has a Mississippi problem. Their campaign tactics have made their nominee nearly unelectable in the reddest of red states. The Mississippi Senate primary challenger, Chris McDaniel, won the vote amongst Republican voters, and has vowed to challenge the tainted election outcome in court.  Truth is that he very well could succeed. Whether […]

Wash. Post reports content of U.S. communications ‘stored intact in NSA databases’

By Robert Romano When Edward Snowden provided the Washington Post and the Guardian unprecedented access to documents detailing National Security Agency (NSA) global surveillance operations, the one everyone focused on was the secret U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court orders to furnish the phone records of every person in the country. Back then, the government’s line was that it was just […]

Cartoon: “Fundamentally Transformed”

By A.F. Branco Click here for high resolution version.

What would happen if we treated food like Obamacare?

-By Brad Tidwell In recent debates about Obamacare, there’s been a theme pushed by many opposing the Hobby Lobby decision to not pay for certain kinds of birth control — #NotMyBossBusiness. The idea is businesses should not be able to make health care decisions for their employees. The problem is that this is already happening — and not just with […]

Senate Commerce Committee urged to pass clean version of STELA

By ALG Staff Americans for Limited Government president Nathan Mehrens today urged Senator John Thune (R-SD) to, “join the Senate Judiciary Committee in passing a clean version of STELA reauthorization.” The STELA reauthorization which is scheduled to expire this year, governs the relationships between broadcasters and cable providers. Mehrens describes the law in his letter saying, “Congress has recognized broadcasters’ […]

07.07.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

OPEC for the Internet

By Robert Romano Think OPEC, but for the Internet. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has a global monopoly on domain names worldwide, and is currently a $300 million a year in revenue operation. Right now, its domain name fees are defined and limited by the current contract with the U.S. Commerce Department. According to Section B.2 […]

07.07.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 4

Elitist activism: The Washington Redskins and the arrogance of Capitol Hill

By Tom Toth Who decides, after all debate settles, what exactly is appropriate and acceptable in a society? Generally speaking, societal norms, preferences, and jargon evolve over a period of time, until the rules of those norms become second nature to virtually everyone taking participating in a given society. In recent weeks, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) arbitrarily […]

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