Harry Reid’s lame duck strategy on the budget

By Robert Romano With summer recess in full gear, it’s probably a safe bet your kids got more done at the water park than the U.S. Senate did all year. While the House has been busy passing appropriations bills all year long — 7 in all, including 215 spending amendments — the Senate has not brought a single one off […]

04.30.2014 in Politics by NetRight Daily 0

New emails point Benghazi to White House – Harry Reid attacks Redskins?

It was a perplexing sight to say the least. Amidst the nation’s capitol getting turned upside down by scandalous news that the false information perpetuated to the American people in the wake of the tragic Benghazi consulate attacks stemmed from the White House, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid focused his attention on Dan Snyder and the Washington Redskins’ franchise name. […]

04.22.2014 in Featured, Politics by NetRight Daily 26

Cliven Bundy vs. Harry Reid: A ‘New Media’ production

By Tom Toth It was a remarkable site from the days of the old west: heavily armed federal agents standing toe-to-toe opposite armed citizens over the rights of a family-owned ranch and their grazing cattle. What’s ironic about this scene of old is that it would have never been a story in the 20th century. In 1980, the Bundy Ranch […]

04.15.2014 in Politics by NetRight Daily 29

Really, Senator? Harry Reid: “[Bundy ranch situation] not over. We can’t have an American people that violate the law and get away with it.”

By Tom Toth                                                        Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) seems to have a newfound passion for the rule of law. If this is true, he should be writing articles of impeachment against the […]

03.24.2014 in Politics by NetRight Daily 3

Ukraine aid hangs in balance so Obama can funnel $63 billion to the IMF

By Robert Romano A $1 billion loan guarantee to support the government of Ukraine is being held up in the U.S. Senate, which wants to attach an unrelated additional $63 billion in new quota money for the International Monetary Fund (IMF)—an institution that has been busy bailing Europe out of its sovereign debt crisis the past four years. “There is […]

How come only 7 Senate Democrats voted no on cop killer defender Adegbile?

By Robert Romano 7 Senate Democrats had the good sense to dodge a political attack ad nightmare when Debo Adegbile was defeated to be the next Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division. Obama’s nominee for the Justice Department post is best known for acting as the NAACP Legal Defense Fund’s litigation director as it defended one of the […]

02.26.2014 in Politics by NetRight Daily 1

The lame duck’s not-so-secret weapon

By Tom Toth Gearing up for heavy Congressional losses in November and the possibility of a Republican administration in 2017, Barack Obama has kicked his regulatory agencies into high—well, higher—gear for his remaining time in office. Obama, a chief executive who never possessed an aptitude for legislative influence nor maintaining public mandates for the policies of his party, knows that […]

Federal court strikes down Obama net neutrality rules with decisive decision

Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Washington D.C. circuit struck down major Obama administration regulatory provisions on net neutrality rules. This is yet another blow to the improper government overreach exemplified by the Obama Administration and the Federal Communications Commission under the leadership of former FCC chairman Julius Genachowski. Representative Marsha Blackburn (TN-7), long a supporter of […]

A Life Line

By A.F. Branco

Harry Reid kills minority rights in Senate

By Rick Manning A version of this article appeared in The Hill on 11/21/2013 I hope packing the courts with radical nominees is worth it for the Democrats, because they will be in the minority in the Senate in 2015. And if a Republican wins election to the presidency in 2016, it is likely they will be without any recourse to […]

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