Articles By: Robert Romano

Cruz Seeks to Slow Internet Sellout

Cruz Seeks to Slow Internet Sellout

Remember last year it was announced that the Obama administration planned on transitioning control over the Internet domain name system to the international community and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)?

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Can the RINO Establishment Really Govern?

Can the RINO Establishment Really Govern?

Now we know why Harry Reid never wanted any appropriations bills to come to the floor under normal order when he was Majority Leader. The concessions.

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Commerce, Science, and Justice: 21 Things to Defund

Commerce, Science, and Justice: 21 Things to Defund

This week the House of Representatives is taking up the appropriations bill for Commerce, Science and Justice. This is an opportunity for Congress to exercise its constitutional power of the purse through policy riders that can help limit the size and scope of government.

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Removing Andrew Jackson from $20 Bill

Removing Andrew Jackson from $20 Bill

Andrew Jackson would be the first to say to take him off the $20 bill. Right on it, the bill says, “Federal Reserve Note,” an institution he would have despised.

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GOP on the Fast Track to Minority

GOP on the Fast Track to Minority

With Republicans in the Senate majority, Senate Democrats are more than willing to provide just enough votes — mostly from seats that they are in little danger of losing over the issue — to allow trade authority to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership to come to the floor and pass. Why? Quite simple, really.

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From Americans for Limited Government

Why are Republicans Forfeiting Treaty Power?

According to Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, “[The president] shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur…” But what we see today out of Washington, D.C. has almost no resemblance to that constitutional construct. There is no treaty process any more. It is self-evident.

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American Kings and Queens

American Kings and Queens

The candidacies of Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush may be the ultimate test of whether or not lineage trumps substance. Because, there is little question they would not even be contenders but for their last names.

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ATF Director Out After Shooting Blanks

ATF Director Out After Shooting Blanks

The news broke on Friday that the controversial head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms resigned in the wake of his causing the Administration headaches they don’t need by issuing a regulation that eliminated an almost thirty-year exemption for a type of ammunition used in competitive shooting.

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After Iowa, N.H., and S.C., Who Cares?

After Iowa, N.H., and S.C., Who Cares?

Since the advent of the Iowa caucuses in 1972 and the South Carolina primary in 1980, the “first in the nation” political contests, including the New Hampshire primary which dates back to 1916, have had an uncanny knack of declaring who the nominee for President will eventually be, particularly on the Republican side of the aisle.

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When Judges Loathe the American Flag

When Judges Loathe the American Flag

Portsmouth, Virginia Sheriff Bill Watson received an American flag made from a fire hose as a gift from the Portsmouth Fire Department. The flag included a blue line in the middle in support of law enforcement and emergency personnel. Watson, whose office is on the first floor of the Portsmouth Judicial Building wanted to display the flag in the lobby of the building.

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