What Is Equitable Free Trade?

New 5-min. Video: How “equitable free trade” implies the loss of national sovereignty.

Portents of Increased Calls for Federalizing Local Police

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for May 18 - 24, 2015.

Trans-Pacific Partnership Leading to US-China-Russia Merger

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for May 11 - 17, 2015.

Baltimore: Changing Society to Change Government

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for May 4 - 10, 2015.

The Solution Is the Constitution, Not Article V

With a surge of pressure being put on state legislators this year to apply for an Article ...

  • What Is Equitable Free Trade?

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 09:37

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  • Portents of Increased Calls for Federalizing Local Police

    Monday, May 18 2015 14:15

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  • Trans-Pacific Partnership Leading to US-China-Russia Merger

    Monday, May 11 2015 16:02

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  • Baltimore: Changing Society to Change Government

    Monday, May 04 2015 14:12

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  • The Solution Is the Constitution, Not Article V

    Tuesday, February 24 2015 09:05

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Nearly 3 percent of the households that receive food stamps in United States would have been ineligible to receive them if the income eligibility rules had not been changed, the Government Accountability Office has reported.
 Evident in Olympic rule application is something I wrote about mere days ago: the triumph of Muslim absolutism over Western relativism. Whether Muslims are right or wrong in a given instance, they’re sure of themselves in every instance. They don’t capitulate, waver, or apologize. They’re brazen. And Westerners? They’re craven. Even the values they profess most — brotherhood, tolerance, sensitivity, open-mindedness, antipathy for discrimination — are situational. Like athletes, these values are subject to expulsion when inconvenient.
 Imagine that the U.S. government had the power to scour the reams of public records and collect and collate every bit of personal information about every citizen of this country. Now imagine that any of the various intelligence and security agencies within the government could combine that data with any other information about a person that has been posted to a social media website or compiled by one of the many data aggregating companies that keep tabs on all of us.
A Washington Times article published in 2010 suggested that in order to hold onto a Democratic Party majority in Congress, President Barack Obama was exacerbating racial tension by turning his attention to minorities to the exclusion of white voters. The president is quoted in the piece saying, “It will be up to each of you to make sure that the young people, African-Americans, Latinos and women, who powered our victory in 2008, stand together once again.”
 Senator Rand Paul began with a story that got a huge laugh from standing-room-only crowd at FreedomFest. “As you may know,” he said, “I have sort of a love/hate relationship with the TSA.” He paused and then added, “Well, let’s be honest. It’s more of a hate/hate relationship.”
The U.S. Air Force is training more drone “pilots” than those who will be at the controls of traditional aircraft, according to the Air Force chief of staff.    
While most of the world refuses to acknowledge what is happening in largely communist-controlled South Africa, the non-profit group Genocide Watch declared last month that preparations for genocidal atrocities against white South African farmers were underway and that the early phases of genocide had possibly already begun. In the long run, Genocide Watch chief Dr. Gregory Stanton explained, powerful communist forces also hope to abolish private-property ownership and crush all potential resistance.
In advance of the announcement of his vice-presidential running mate, Mitt Romney has released a smartphone app that is capable of tracking users' GPS location, as well as writing to their SD card.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul's bill to protect citizens from surveillance by drones needs 48 more cosponsors in order to rein in the Supreme Court's approvals of such surveillance.
 About a year ago, a federal appeals court ordered the deeply unpopular Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to obey the law and hold public hearings on its widely loathed “naked body scanners.” The massive bureaucracy flouted the judicial order and has so far failed to comply. This week, however, the court demanded that the Department of Homeland Security explain itself by the end of the month.
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