TNAP'S TAKE

A Collection of Articles Related to our Core Issues
  • Jeff Webb Guest on Newsmax: the Economy, Trade, and Populism

    TNAP founder, Jeff Webb, joined host John Tobacco and Frank Morano on the most popular Newsmax show, Liquid Lunch, yesterday in New York City. Newsmax is now in 10 million households nationwide.

    At the Liquid Lunch table was a robust discussion about capitalism, entrepreneurism, trade, and how his version of populism will revitalize middle-class America.  TNAP’s […]

  • Jeff Webb Meets with John Catsimatidis

    Webb met with John “Cats” Catsimatidis at his corporate offices in Manhattan this week.  TNAP is proud to support The Cats Roundtable, the most quoted successful national political show in the country with such illustrious guests as Steve Bannon and Rudy Giuliani.

    While there, Webb and the TNAP team also met with John Cats Jr. who […]

  • Joe Piscopo Joins TNAP Advisory Board

    Joe Piscopo, American comedian, actor, musician, writer, and acclaimed radio talk show host, has joined The New American Populist (TNAP) Advisory Board.  TNAP’s founder Jeff Webb was a guest on his morning show on Monday, August 12th.

    Piscopo and Webb talked about the direction of the country, the fact that a recession due to the current […]

  • TNAP Announces Sara Carter Joins Advisory Board

    WASHINGTON, D.C., August 1, 2019 — The New American Populist (TNAP) announces today that Sara Carter, Fox News Contributor, and award-winning national security correspondent, has joined its advisory board.  This news is the latest announcement from the organization, which is experiencing unprecedented growth following a highly successful launch earlier this year. Dedicated to empowering and revitalizing America’s […]

  • Helping the homeless: lessons from welfare reform

    Transfers of wealth do not work as well as the creation of opportunity in addressing homelessness. Originally published on The Hill by Peter Cove. Welfare reduction has been perhaps America’s single most successful domestic public policy. Ten years after the welfare reform bill of 1996, 60 percent of the national caseload was reduced. The reason: “work first” programs and […]
  • Trump’s health care transparency order a positive step toward a true patient-controlled system

    A New Executive order is a step in the right direction to demystifying healthcare and giving control back to patients. Originally published on The Hill by David Balat. The lack of predictability in health care costs continues to frustrate Americans. Most people blame the insurance companies, which negotiate rates with providers behind closed doors. Others say government […]
  • Dairy industry needs USMCA

    Originally Published in The Courier by Larry Shover. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) would benefit many commodity groups throughout the United States. For instance, free trade with Mexico and Canada is worth $1.8 billion to the beef industry, and the pork industry has exported $700 million worth of product to Canada and Mexico. However, one […]