01.18.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Congress sets stage to repeal Obamacare

By Natalia Castro Donald Trump began his first press conference as President-elect by remaining true to one of the earliest promises of the Republican Party, he clarified that he would immediately repeal Obamacare. Using the repeal and replace strategy that led the presidential campaign, Republicans in the House and Senate have voted on the congressional budget that will begin the […]

01.17.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 1

Mars by 2025 should be America’s ‘great again’ goal

By Rick Manning Gene Cernan is dead. The last man to walk on the moon is not walking on earth anymore, and his death should be a sober reminder of how far the U.S. space program has fallen. In 1957, the space race formally began when the Soviet Union beat the United States by launching a 23-inch diameter ball, the […]

Cartoon: Going rogue

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01.16.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

How we know the Buzzfeed-published memos against Trump, Russia were fabricated

By Robert Romano Was President-elect Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen in Prague in late Aug. 2016, as a now-infamous intelligence dossier charging Trump is a Russian agent published by Buzzfeed on Jan. 10 asserts? The memos, authored by former MI6 operative Christopher Steele, alleged Cohen was in Prague in late summer communicating very specifically with Russian agents about dealing […]

01.13.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Rein in Obama’s HUD zoning overreach into local neighborhoods, ALG says

By ALG staff President Barack Obama’s radical regulation that would seize control of local zoning prerogatives from approximately 1,200 cities and counties which receive community development block grants came under legislative fire today from two of its leading opponents in Congress, U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) and Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah). Legislation introduced today by U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) […]

01.12.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Did Obama politicize false intel to portray Trump as a Manchurian Candidate?

By Robert Romano It is hard to know what to make of the latest dump of information related to Russia and President-elect Donald Trump: A months-old dossier originally produced as political opposition research first by the GOP and then the Democrats after the primary, of unproven, salacious charges that had President-elect Donald Trump essentially acting as an agent of Moscow […]

01.12.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Jeff Sessions will restore law and order as Attorney General

By Natalia Castro President Barack Obama is letting more and more prisoners go every day, but the worst part, is that he does not even know who they are. Obama framed Alton Mill as a low level drug courier, plagued by a criminal justice system working against him and facilitated his release in December of 2015. However, court records prove […]

01.12.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Yoho Zero for Zero sugar policy is a trade win-win for everyone

  By Robert Romano President-elect Donald Trump has promised to take a fresh view of our trade relations around the world to make certain they are in the interests of American workers.  One place his nominee for the U.S. Trade Representative, Robert Lighthizer can start would be to embrace Representative Ted Yoho’s plan for ending sugar subsidies known as “Zero […]

01.11.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Editorial: America’s reality divide

The dying throes of the Obama Administration have exposed the real challenge in America — we don’t know the same things to be true.  And it isn’t because of the latest fad of the left, so-called “fake” news, but instead due to the information flows that we choose to read, view or listen to and the editorial choices they make. […]

Kentucky passes right-to-work, Missouri, New Hampshire on its heels

By Natalia Castro For the first time in nearly a century, Kentucky’s congress is dominated by the Republican Party, and they have already begun passing policy to empower workers. Kentucky has joined the rest of the South in passing a right-to-work law, allowing workers to opt out of joining labor unions. The legislation acts as the first victory in what […]

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