Articles By: Robert Romano

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)

Cruz, Lee, Rubio Right About ObamaCare

In a letter to Senate Republican leaders, Sens. Mike Lee (R-Utah), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) asked that H.R. 3762, which President Barack Obama vetoed in 2016, should be the bare minimum of what the Republican majorities of the House and Senate consider in 2017. That’s not asking too much.

Read more ›
Ending Public Housing at HUD

Ending Public Housing at HUD

So, with the idea of urban renewal and overall economic revival, just what can Ben Carson do to reform the current nation’s public housing? How about by eliminating it? Here’s a few ideas.

Read more ›
How Trump Can Drain a Lot of the Swamp

How Trump Can Drain a Lot of the Swamp

It’s time to play hardball. If the Trump administration wants to be able to enact the President-elect’s agenda in the relatively short time that is available, the biggest obstacle may not be Congress. There are problems there to be sorted out, to be sure. The biggest problem will be with the federal workforce itself, leaking to the press like a sieve and undermining the administration at every turn.

Read more ›
Live by executive action, die by executive action

Live by executive action, die by executive action

Suddenly, upon assuming office, Trump could start immediately rescinding controversial executive actions, whether Obama’s executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants with U.S.-born children, or his decision to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.

Read more ›
Electoral College: Working as the Founders Intended

Electoral College: Working as the Founders Intended

For the second time this century, a Republican president will be sworn in to office having won the electoral college majority needed to win but having lost the national popular vote. Naturally, this is once again leading to calls among Democrat activists to abolish the electoral college in the Constitution.

Read more ›
Hillary Clinton collapsing and being carried into a van.

Clinton Deception Could be Deadly to Her Campaign

The stability of the presidency is so serious that contingencies were put in place into the Constitution itself. So, if the future president was going to have a potentially fatal illness, wouldn’t you want to know about it?

Read more ›
Gary Johnson (Photo credit: Darron Birgenheier)

Libertarian Presidential Candidate Supports Carbon Tax

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson says he is open to a carbon tax which essentially is a tax on producing coal, which will be passed on to consumers of electricity, including the industrial and manufacturing sectors.

Read more ›
Hillary Lied, People Died

Hillary Lied, People Died

Hillary Clinton has blood on her hands in Iraq. She helped pull troops out of Iraq, and then lied about why we left after the fact when Islamic State took over — to cover her ass. How come nobody questions her temperament to be president? What a joke.

Read more ›
Trump Right on Second Amendment

Trump Right on Second Amendment

When the Second Amendment was first considered by Congress, not only was an armed citizenry taken as a given, it was viewed as an essential check on the tyrannical exercise of federal power, particularly by a standing army.

Read more ›
UN Likes Federal Takeover of Local Police

UN Likes Federal Takeover of Local Police

How it works is the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice (DOJ) files a lawsuit in federal court against a city, county or state, alleging constitutional and civil rights violations by the police or at a corrections facility. The municipality then simply agrees to the judicial finding — without contest — and the result is a wide-reaching federal court order that imposes onerous regulations on local police.

Read more ›