08.09.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Localities of lawlessness

By Printus LeBlanc Article I, Section 8, clause 4 of the Con­stitution clearly states, “the Congress shall have power to establish a uniform rule of naturalization.” This means after Congress makes the law, it is up to the executive branch to enforce the law. This does not mean cities can intentionally break the law, because they do not like it. […]

08.09.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Finally, justice on campus

By Natalia Castro Time and time again, policies the left creates to assist minorities in the country are proven ineffective and unfair to these student’s counterparts. Finally, the Department of Justice is answering the call to investigate policies like affirmative action, which hinders the success of other students. In an effort to restore fairness from the failed policies of previous […]

08.08.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

What did you think was going to happen?

By Natalia Castro If a consumer buys something and realizes they cannot afford it, they can return it; unfortunately, the federal government does not work the same. States that have expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act are quickly realizing they cannot afford the cost they chose to bare, and are eagerly attempting the reverse their decision. States are not […]

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08.07.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Trump should fire McMaster and the entire NSC staff

  By Rick Manning President Donald Trump has a defining question before him in the decision on whether to fire National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster and sweep the entire National Security Council clean. The latest leak, from those who are sworn to protect the nation’s secrets, is perhaps the most damaging of them all. When the Washington Post published […]

08.04.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

The entire National Security Council staff should be fired

By Robert Romano So, apparently, the President’s conversations with foreign leaders, including the President of Mexico and Prime Minister of Australia, were recorded and/or transcribed by National Security Council staff, subsequently classified and then illegally leaked to the Washington Post. This might be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. And not for President Donald Trump, who ultimately makes personnel […]

08.04.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

They can’t even cut $15 million

By Peter Hong In the shadows of the Senate’s failure to pass Obamacare repeal, a seemingly inconsequential, but highly revealing vote took place across the Capitol. Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-Va.) offered an amendment to the so-called “minibus” spending bill that would have abolished the Budget Analysis division of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). The amendment was defeated by a vote […]

08.03.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Understanding Trump: Chaos or a Plan?

By Rick Manning The D.C. whirlwind continues as the Trump administration makes more news in a day than former White House’s made in a week. Anthony Scaramucci attacks Reince Priebus. Priebus is out as chief of staff. Gen. John Kelly is in as chief of staff. Scaramucci is out as communications director before he even moved into his office. Just […]

08.02.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

The games the Senate plays

By Natalia Castro It is no secret the Senate is having trouble getting just about anything done these days, but their stagnation is preventing critical government positions from being filled by highly qualified nominees. The inactivity on judicial and executive presidential appointees requiring Senate confirmation is delaying one of the greatest assets the Republican party has with a majority in […]

08.02.2017 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 0

Canary in the coal mine?

By Printus LeBlanc In the 2010 midterm elections Republicans gained 63 seats in the House of Representatives and another 6 in the Senate. In the 2014 midterm elections, following a lackluster showing in the 2012 general election, the Republicans gained 13 House seats and 2 Senate seats. I wonder what 2018 is going to look like? A series of special […]

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