Duplicity Regarding Trade Mergers, Cuba, and Iran

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for April 13 - 19, 2015.

Trade Promotion Authority Imperils American Independence

On April 16 Senate Finance and House Ways and Means committees introduced Trade Promotion ...

Teacher Cheating on Student Test Results Now ‘Normal’

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for April 6 - 12, 2015.

Emerging Ties Between Backers of Trade Mergers & Con-Cons

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for March 30 - April 5, 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 ...

  • Duplicity Regarding Trade Mergers, Cuba, and Iran

    Monday, April 13 2015 14:52

    Published in News

  • Trade Promotion Authority Imperils American Independence

    Friday, April 17 2015 10:50

    Published in Legislation

  • Teacher Cheating on Student Test Results Now ‘Normal’

    Monday, April 06 2015 15:48

    Published in News

  • Emerging Ties Between Backers of Trade Mergers & Con-Cons

    Monday, March 30 2015 15:34

    Published in News

  • The Solution Is the Constitution, Not Article V

    Tuesday, February 24 2015 09:05

    Published in Legislation

The John Birch Society
After being ridiculed for squandering taxpayer funds on a 2003 “climate” report that, despite being widely hyped in the establishment press, got literally everything wrong, Obama’s cadres of “global-warming” alarmists at the Pentagon are at it again.
An education expert who heads up a popular online K-12 school is advising parents that they must be vigilant against government intrusion if they want to maintain control over their children's schooling.
Despite the conclusions of a secret CIA study which found that arming rebels hardly ever results in toppling governments, the Obama administration plunged ahead toward arming the Syrian rebels.
The bankrupt Socialist rulers of France are under attack by the monster they helped create and empower. This week, French officials are facing off against European Union finance bosses over a bloated national government budget — EU bosses say the numbers must be slashed before they can be “approved” by Brussels, but French politicians are refusing. 
A federal judge in Alaska has struck down the state’s first-in-the-nation ban on same-sex marriages after five gay couples brought a lawsuit asking the state to overturn the constitutional amendment that defined marriage as being between one man and one woman.
Mayor Phillip Burch of Artesia, New Mexico, where the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has a temporary detention facility for adults with children who have entered our country illegally, has said that the facility is likely to receive more detainees soon. Furthermore, noted Burch, the facility will not be closed in the near future.
The Keystone pipeline may be irrelevant, as Canada may well approve receiving our Bakken oil through a workaround pipeline route.
In a shocking decision, a Kentucky human-rights commission has ruled that a Christian businessman violated the law by refusing to print a pro-homosexual message on T-shirts.
The global-government-promoting Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) published a new report this month demanding further integration of North America, calling for deeper “cooperation” on everything from energy, law enforcement, and healthcare to labor regulations, trade, and education. 
With oil production from the Bakken formation in North Dakota now exceeding one million barrels a day and the Eagle Ford and Permian Basin oil fields in Texas producing more than three million barrels per day, prices for crude are dropping worldwide and pushing gasoline prices down along with them.
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