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Kevin Price
Kevin Price is Publisher and Editor in Chief of US Daily Review and Host of the Price of Business on 1110 AM KTEK in Houston, Texas. He is the author of Empowerment to the People and has twice received the George Washington Honor Medal in Communications from the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge. His column is nationally syndicated and he is a frequent guest on major media around the country, being found on Fox News, Fox Business and other networks. For more see at

Entries by Kevin Price

Will Congressional NSA Action Matter?

(0) Comments | Posted May 19, 2015 | 5:43 PM

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is playing "beat the clock" when it comes to the continued authorization of the NSA accumulation of phone data of US citizens. June 1 is the deadline and there is no consensus on how to go forward.

Congress is in the middle of...

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The ISIS Strategy to 'Seize Rome' Unfolds

(11) Comments | Posted May 15, 2015 | 3:08 PM

Back in February of this year the terrorist organization ISIS announced that it intended to invade Rome. The International Business Times reported that:

As the Islamic State group expands its reach into Libya, the group also known as ISIS sits on the doorstep of a nation that has...
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Why Ben Carson Cannot Win

(250) Comments | Posted May 6, 2015 | 12:04 AM

The inevitable has finally happened, Ben Carson has announced he is, in fact a candidate for the Presidency of the United States. This is no surprise, he has been flirting with the idea for at least a couple of years, and has been raising money for a run for months....

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Is There an Actual 'Too Big to Fail' List?

(2) Comments | Posted April 27, 2015 | 12:57 AM

Recently I was visiting with a friend of mine who happened to discuss a "too big to fail" list that the federal government has created and sanctioned. He assumed I knew about it, and I thought there were general guidelines that would be required to make a company compliant with...

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Candidates Are Changing the Way They Announce

(1) Comments | Posted April 14, 2015 | 6:02 PM

Back in the "old days" (around 4 years ago), announcements by candidates that they were running for the highest office in the United States looked very similar to what they had for generations. Back in the day it was common to see large venues, sometimes there were whistle stops and...

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Federal Laws: Too Numerous and Vague

(1) Comments | Posted April 2, 2015 | 10:40 AM

The vast majority of Americans clearly seem unhappy with the working of Washington. The president and Congress have overwhelmed the American people with an incredible number of laws that are difficult for the voters and even policy makers to understand. Many bills are now passing Congress without being read by...

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Ted Cruz's Odd Obamacare Decision

(1) Comments | Posted March 27, 2015 | 12:39 PM

So far presidential candidate Ted Cruz's announcement that his family will sign up for Obamacare has been treated with humor and, on a small degree, embarrassment. He recently told CNN's Dana Bash that "We'll be getting new health insurance and we'll presumably do it through my job with...

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Why the Global Economy Continues to Sputter

(6) Comments | Posted March 19, 2015 | 12:41 PM

Barack Obama is only one of many "chief executives" of countries around the world who is being forced to adjust the GDP of his country from 2014 to a lower figure. Furthermore, he is one of many who must continually defend stagnant economies.

I remember when I was growing up...

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Is GOP Senators' Letter to Iran a Green Light for Unilateral Action?

(5) Comments | Posted March 12, 2015 | 6:45 PM

Memo to the GOP: You are the new majority in both Houses of Congress. Based on recent actions by many of its members, that status seems in danger. Several Republican members of the U.S. Senate sent a bizarre letter that is a combination of civics lesson and shadowy...

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How Energy Industry Benefited From Keystone XL Veto

(0) Comments | Posted March 5, 2015 | 3:22 PM

The energy industry in the U.S. has a love/hate relationship with the government. On the one hand, it hates virtually every tax, regulation or barrier between business and production, on the other hand, when production tightens due to government intervention, prices can in fact grow. We are seeing that phenomenon...

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NBC and Brian Williams Put Codependent Relationship on Hold

(0) Comments | Posted February 9, 2015 | 9:23 AM

After a decade long love affair, NBC and Brian Williams have decided to take a break. At least for the time being.

It seems like just yesterday, or at least in mid December, that NBC finalized a contract that would allow a decade long love affair to continue for years...

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Is Federalism Practical Today?

(2) Comments | Posted February 5, 2015 | 8:39 AM

The question of whether "federalism" as handed down to us by those who founded this country, seems odd. We have not seen any practical application of it for years.

"Restoring the Constitution" is a phrase that is catching on with people as the influence of the tea party has grown....

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Republican Hypocrisy in the Texas Senate

(4) Comments | Posted January 28, 2015 | 2:10 PM

Republicans continually make the case that the harder it is to pass legislation, the better. That is why the power to filibuster -- a super majority in the U.S. Senate -- is required to squash debate on an issue. The idea behind this is to slow down the growth and...

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How the GOP Could Support Obama's Free College Program

(0) Comments | Posted January 22, 2015 | 9:02 AM

It is clear that Barack Obama is pushing a progressive or even "class conflict" agenda in these last two years of his administration. One can see this clearly between his call for a significant tax increase geared towards the top 1 percent of income earners and a push for "free"...

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A Different Type of Attack on Minority Rights in Texas

(1) Comments | Posted January 12, 2015 | 11:18 AM

When it comes to the issue of "minority rights," thoughts immediately wander to race, gender, age, or sexual preference. In the state of Texas, there is a different type of minority rights battle at stake and the war over it went all the way to the Texas Supreme Court.


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Population Boom and the Economic Impact in a New Year

(1) Comments | Posted December 31, 2014 | 3:16 PM

The US is continuing a rapid and massive growth in population as we enter into a new year. In fact, as our nation prepares to ring in the new year, the U.S. Census Bureau projected "the United States population will be 320,090,857 on Jan. 1, 2015. This...

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America's Love for Small Business and Other Romantic Notions

(0) Comments | Posted December 23, 2014 | 9:01 AM

There is a mythology about businesses in America. We see that the vast majority of the companies in this country are small (50 or fewer employees) and conclude it is a unique part of the nation's character. We are told that small businesses are right up there with apple pie,...

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The Tale of Two Economies

(0) Comments | Posted December 16, 2014 | 2:55 PM

The headlines say it all. There have been dramatic changes in the geopolitical region known as the eurozone over the last few years.

In 2008 the world was riveted by the economic collapse of Europe as countries plummeted into financial ruin due to deficits out of control....

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Former Radical, Bestselling Author: Obama Is a 'Racist' and 'Communist'

(0) Comments | Posted December 11, 2014 | 1:59 PM

David Horowitz was the poster child of the radical left in the 1960s. His parents were card-carrying members of the Communist Party USA for many years, and he was both a footsoldier and propagandist of the hard left's socialist agenda in this country and was considered one of the founders...

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Obama Makes Conservative Case Against Term Limits

(1) Comments | Posted December 2, 2014 | 2:30 PM

The Tea Party revived the cry for term limits in recent years and it was a centerpiece proposal of the 1994 "Contract with America" GOP victories. Of course, that particular reform proposal quickly parted from the newly elected members of that class. Term limits has that effect on politicians --...

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