JBS CEO Art Thompson's topic this week: Government files on citizens safe? Don’t think so. And, the three major powers are linked together toward a New World Order.
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JBS CEO Art Thompson's topic this week: The major corporations are part of the problem. So are certain economic advisors on the Right. One is trying to make America a Third World country. The other is saying that there is nothing we can do about it.
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JBS CEO Art Thompson's topic this week: Big Brother Internet and Taxes Equal Jobs? In the name of saving journalism, the government wants a stimulus program that will tax and control journalism and the Internet. Also, printing money equals the death of retirement funds.
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JBS CEO Art Thompson's topic this week: The elections and the Fed – here we go again.
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JBS CEO Art Thompson's topics this week: Bags of money and Russia in Afghanistan; Communism grows in Latin America; and the Tea Party will be co-opted.
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JBS CEO Art Thompson's topic this week: We are fighting in a country that is totally corrupt — a letter to home from an American in Afghanistan. In addition, the private contractors who serve as guards and in surveillance there are here as well; a surveillance state is not a free state.
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The New American's semi-annual congressional scorecard, entitled “The Freedom Index," rates all members of Congress based on their adherence to constitutional principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, national sovereignty, and a traditional foreign policy of avoiding foreign entanglements.  
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JBS CEO Art Thompson raises the question this week: "Are they crazy – or do they really mean to destroy the economy?"
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JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses this week how free speech is under attack, plus foreclosures delayed means problems for banks since they will not be able to loan mortgages if they cannot recover what they already have loaned.
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JBS CEO Art Thompson says that the national media cannot blatantly attack popular movements and personalities but in subtle ways can turn opinion molders off.
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