NetRight Daily: Senator DeMint, CPAC, and More

At CPAC, we had a full time video crew that interviewed the various speakers that attended. I have put most of the interviews in this message towards the bottom. Here are today's top stories on NetRight Nation and other relevant information:


Interview with Senator Jim DeMint: I was able to grab a few moments with Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) recently and we had a great conversation! I thought that I would share part of that with you. I want to thank Senator DeMint for taking time out of his busy schedule to discuss with NetRight Nation the issues facing our country.


10th Amendment Issues in Arizona and New Hampshire: Two bills have been introduced in the Arizona and New Hampshire legislator regarding the 10th Amendment. The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.


Obama's Budget Represents Shifting Priorities: President Barack Obama unveiled his budget last week—to the tune of $3.6 trillion. While it addresses many of the points he campaigned on—such as its funding of Medicare by upwards of $600 billion over the next decade—it reveals a hefty shift in priorities from the last administration.


Carbon Tax Ignores History: Despite consistently describing the economic situation as being dire, President Barack Obama is rapidly moving forward with policies that have the potential to seriously harm American industry. He has tasked Vice President Biden to promote the cap-and-trade program that the envirolobby has been seeking after for over a decade.


Today's cartoon is from the post, Control the Whole Board: