Articles By: Robert Romano

Nebraska Leading on Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Nebraska Leading on Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Can you imagine winning $50,000 at a casino and driving away, happy about your winnings, only to be pulled over and having the large sum of cash seized all the while not being charged with any crime?

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Sentencing ‘Reform’: More Than Just Nonviolent Drug Offenders

Sentencing ‘Reform’: More Than Just Nonviolent Drug Offenders

Under legislation now being considered by the U.S. Senate applying retroactive sentencing reductions to drug offenders, a Columbus, Ohio triple murder suspect would still have been eligible for early release despite having a violent criminal past.

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Why We’re Losing the Trade War with China and the World

Why We’re Losing the Trade War with China and the World

In short, we’re losing the trade war. These global imbalances are redistributing wealth overseas, fueling the boom to bust cycle, making investments riskier, leading to less domestic growth, fewer jobs and creating a generation of Americans who are effectively poorer than their parents were.

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While DC Dithers, Americans Desperate to Throw the Bums Out

While DC Dithers, Americans Desperate to Throw the Bums Out

Our own elected government refuses to protect this country. Our leaders are too busy watching baseball with Communist dictators in Cuba, or even when there is an effort to do something, pretending the problem is merely isolated to refugees from Syria and Iraq, as Congress did in the wake of the Paris attacks when one of the killers was carrying a refugee passport.

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GOP Leadership Holding Fast on SCOTUS Hearings

GOP Leadership Holding Fast on SCOTUS Hearings

No sooner than President Barack Obama had dropped his nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, D.C. Circuit Chief Judge Merrick Garland, and Senate Republican leaders have declared him dead on arrival.

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Trump Opened Up Palm Beach Golf Course in 1990s

Based on the Palm Beach experience, Trump, unlike many others who never had to confront segregation, actually has a solid record on this issue. The attacks are unfair. And he didn’t refuse to denounce anybody, in spite of what was reported.

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Republican Convention: Will the Establishment Try to Steal the Nomination?

Here we are, with talk of brokered conventions and last minute back-room deals cementing the Obama legacy — all as an antidemocratic stench permeates the rotten GOP establishment. And folks wonder why voters are so upset?

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GOP Senate Faced Defining Test Over SCOTUS Vacancy

GOP Senate Faced Defining Test Over SCOTUS Vacancy

The current U.S. Supreme Court vacancy could very well be the Senate GOP majority’s defining moment. Will it step up, or back down? Time will tell, but its impact on how the Constitution is interpreted by the next Supreme Court Justice could last for a generation or more.

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Will DOJ Push for Illegal Alien Voting Fly?

Will DOJ Push for Illegal Alien Voting Fly?

The Obama Administration is working hard to make it possible for as many illegal aliens to vote in our elections as they can. Fortunately, they are meeting resistance in the courts.

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The Tea Party in 2016

The Tea Party in 2016

It’s been exactly 7 years since Rick Santelli’s Feb. 19, 2009 emotional appeal against foreclosure bailouts on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, arguing on behalf of homeowners who paid their bills on time and in full who were being asked to also assume the costs of their neighbors who were delinquent in their payments and not credit-worthy to begin with.

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