‘Very big day for free and fair trade’ President Trump declares as European trade concessions prove tough tariffs are working

By Robert Romano “[W]e agreed today first of all to work together toward zero tariffs, zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidies on non-auto industrial goods. We will also work to reduce barriers and increase trade in services, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical products as well as soybeans…” That was President Donald Trump at a joint press conference with President […]


The $36 billion multiemployer pension time bomb is almost ready to go off

By Robert Romano 114 out of the nation’s 1,400 multiemployer pension plans covering 1.3 million workers are underfunded to the tune of $36.4 billion, with plans expected to start going insolvent in the next 5 years or so, an Aug. 2017 analysis by Cheiron has found . This is the end result of unsustainable collective […]


While the left and mainstream media are looking at Russia because of some Facebook memes, the real threat is gaining steam around the globe.

By Printus LeBlanc China has a strategy unlike any the U.S. has faced. In the Cold War with the Soviet Union, it was military force versus military force. China learned a lesson from the USSR and is taking an asymmetrical approach in dealing with the U.S. Yes, […]


Cartoon: Merit Act

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AT&T/Time Warner Merger: How Big is Too Big?

By Rick Manning Americans for Limited Government is encouraged that Attorney General Sessions is appealing a recent court ruling which allows AT&T to move ahead with its plans to merge with Time Warner. This is good and bad. On the one hand, the potential merger is a reminder […]


Rubbing SALT in the wound

By Printus LeBlanc The tax cuts passed by President Trump and the Republican controlled Congress have been a resounding success. The economy is growing, companies are hiring, and employees are getting raises and bonuses. Who could possibly be against that? Leftist progressive states that demand more money […]


Trump moves to protect home care workers from union shakedown

By Richard McCarty The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has proposed rolling back an Obama-Era regulation that allowed union dues to be deducted from Medicaid checks. If the proposed regulation takes effect, only deductions specifically […]


Proposed FCC rule change to reshape children’s television

  By Natalia Castro The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been run by archaic laws for too long. KidVid rules that were implemented in the 1990’s, continue to restrict broadcasters’ ability to cater toward the needs of their clientele. What began as well-intentioned regulations to enhance televised […]


T-Mobile-Sprint merger will create more competition in 5G, boost growth

By Robert Romano In April, CTIA, the nation’s leading wireless trade association, rolled out its standard for 5G , promising 10 gigabits per second speeds at the top end, 100 times faster than today’s 4G of 100 megabits per second, as carriers begin deployment this year. It will be a faster mobile network […]


Communist China will not get control of Port of Long Beach

By Printus LeBlanc China has been at war with the U.S. for decades now, just not the kinetic war Americans are accustomed to. China has used trade, information technology, and currency manipulation as potent weapons to gain military and economic parity with the U.S. quickly. It looks […]

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