Food Scandals From China on the Rise

By:  Art Thompson
Food Scandals From China on the Rise

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for October 14-20, 2013.

In this week's analysis behind the news video, JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses how a group of concerned Americans were able to persuade the Wausau, Wisconsin, public school board to allow a school choir to be able to continue to sing Christian songs in concerts during the Christmas season; how there have been several new food scandals in China involving several Chinese food manufacturers; how the Chinese government is investing heavily in energy around the world in such places as Australia; how China is investing in banks in the EU at the same time as the United States is negotiating an agreement for economic integration of the U.S. and the EU; and how the Patriot Act influences bank executives to spy on the "suspicious activities" of their customers.

The JBS Weekly Member Update offers activism tips, new educational tools, upcoming events, and JBS perspective. Every Monday this e-newsletter will keep you informed on current action projects and offer insight into news events you won't hear from the mainstream media.
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