Articles By: Robert Romano

Markets Undaunted by Brexit

Markets Undaunted by Brexit

So much for the promised economic catastrophe that was to befall the UK in the aftermath of the June 23 vote to leave the European Union (EU).

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Members of the South Central Farm attending the immigrant rights march for amnesty in downtown Los Angeles California on May Day, 2006. The banner, in Spanish, reads "No human being is illegal". (Photo credit: Jonathan McIntosh)

Executive Amnesty Blocked–For Now

In a 4 to 4 tie, the Supreme Court has upheld lower court rulings that enjoin the Obama administration from moving forward with executive amnesty for 4.5 million illegal immigrants with U.S.-born children.

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hoto of a campaign sign photographed outside a residence in the east of England on 18 June 2016. The sign says "Vote In", in reference to the "Brexit" referendum, and is emblazoned with the word mark of the UK Liberal Democrats. (Photo credit: Lava Baron)

Brexit Reveals All is Not Well in Globalville

The fact that the margin in the Brexit referendum is razor thin tells everyone what they need to know about whether the European Union has been good for the UK. If globalization was such a political and economic winner, this would not even be close.

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Liberty and the Constitution are Killing Us?

Liberty and the Constitution are Killing Us?

The massacre at the Pulse Night Club by an Islamist killer does not mean that rights can now be denied by the government merely based on suspicion. Let’s go through the list, since everyone seems to need a refresher.

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President Obama at his anti-gun press conference (Official White House Photo)

President Can Implement Travel Restrictions

There are currently 16 presidential travel restrictions in place against certain countries. At least one of those proclamations dates back to 1981. And President Barack Obama is no stranger to these restrictions, either. He has issued two.

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Our Economy: 56 Million Adults Out of Work

Our Economy: 56 Million Adults Out of Work

An average, record 56 million working age adults aged 16 to 64 are not in the labor force in 2016, an analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows. That is to say, they are neither working nor looking for work.

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What Nobody’s Talking About: Democrat Disunity

What Nobody’s Talking About: Democrat Disunity

Go with Hillary, lose the Bernie voters who hate her. Go with Bernie, lose the disenfranchised Hillary voters. Go with Joe Biden, potentially lose them both. These scenarios must be giving Democrat party brass nightmares.

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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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