03.10.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 13

Reason.com is wrong, tax-deductible charities should follow the law

By Bill Wilson In his recent piece supposedly rebutting my recent op-ed in Investor’s Business Daily concerning alleged violations of Canadian tax law by several left-wing foundations, Reason.com managing editor J.D. Tuccille on February 26 in “Conservative Activist Says It’s His Turn To Use the IRS as a Political Bludgeon” demonstrates skills that should immediately make him employable at the […]

Canada shows how to fight radical green groups

A version of this article was originally published in Investors.com By Bill Wilson The global economy is an increasingly high-stakes battlefield, and governments large and small must determine daily when and how to enter that fray. Do they engage on the side of free markets and expanded individual liberties — promoting greater prosperity and freedom for all people? Or do […]

Obamacare: A death panel for the rule of law

By Bill Wilson Barack Obama is in a box: He repeatedly promised “if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan,” but his socialized medicine monstrosity has cost millions of people their coverage. It’s also become painfully clear Obama knew this was going to happen as early as March 2010 — yet kept regurgitating his false […]

Just who the heck do we think we are?

By Bill Wilson Reuters on Oct. 30 blared the headline “U.S. Treasury lashes out at Germany, says export dependence hurts global economy,” highlighting a new semiannual report to Congress from the Treasury’s Office of International Affairs urging trade surplus nations like Germany and China to increase domestic demand. Why? The reasons vary. In the case of Germany, the “anemic pace […]

05.06.2013 in Radio by NetRight Daily 0

Upcoming Broadcast Hits: May 7, 2013

Nathan Mehrens will be on Newstadion 1070 WINA on The Schilling Show talking about free market energy policies from 12:15-12:45pm on May 7th. “We can’t have an energy strategy that traps us in the past,” President Obama proclaimed in March 2012. “We need an energy strategy for the future — an all-of-the-above strategy for the Twenty-First Century that develops every […]

12.01.2011 in Economy, Politics by Bill Wilson 1

Creating Debt, Not Wealth

By Bill Wilson — Markets were awash with irrational exuberance on Nov. 30 upon an announcement by the Federal Reserve and other central banks to lower interest rates for “temporary U.S. dollar liquidity swap arrangements”.  Particularly, this will lower the cost of dollars in Europe, which is thought will help with any potential liquidity shortfalls there. Whether that will work […]

Support the Jobs through Growth Act

Americans for Limited Government (ALG), the parent organization of this website, endorsed the Jobs through Growth Act as “a good start toward tackling some of the root causes of our nation’s economic stagnation.” This legislation was proposed by the House Republican Study Committee (RSC). The bill focuses on lower taxes, less rgeulation, and opening up the development of our nation’s […]

09.20.2011 in ALG Videos, Media by Bill Wilson 0

The Week Ahead: Obama’s $1.5 Trillion Tax Hike and Pelosi’s Attempt To Create Jobs

By Frank McCaffrey — Hear from ALG President Bill Wilson on the President’s “balanced approach.” This is, of course, new taxes. Also we analyze a recent speech from Nancy Pelosi on job creation.

Speaker Boehner Should Reject McConnell’s ‘Plan B’

The following letter is being sent to members of the House today by Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson: To the Members of the House of Representatives: Representative Joe Walsh is distributing a letter to Speaker Boehner urging him to reject the McConnell Senate debt ceiling proposal.  Moody’s has warned that the McConnell proposal fails to prevent a credit […]

Rep. Jim Jordan Discusses the ‘Cut, Cap, and Balance Act’

By Frank McCaffrey – Rep. Jim Jordan is one of the key players on the cut, cap and balance act. The bill successfully passed the House last night and is now on its way for a vote in the Senate.

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