JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for April 22-28, 2013.
Both houses of the Florida state legislature have passed a bill protecting citizens’ rights guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment from being abrogated by drones.
If the goal of the terrorists was to terrorize, the terrorists won in Boston. Rather than returning to its ordinary business, one of the world's greatest cities was terrorized, and even shut down, for days by the two suspects.
The Michigan House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill nullifying the enforcement of indefinite detention within their state boundaries.
Election integrity volunteers from 32 states met in Houston, Texas, for True the Vote’s 2013 National Summit to learn how fair elections are being stymied and what to do to keep them clean.
At a speech at the National Press Club the director of the White House Office of National Drug Policy declared that states could not nullify federal drug laws.
April 19 marks the 20th anniversary of the Waco, Texas, massacre of Branch Davidian church members at the organization's Mount Carmel compound.
April 18 is the 238th anniversary of the ride of Paul Revere to warn patriots of the march of British soldiers toward Lexington and Concord.
As it did in the case of NFIB v. Sebelius, the Supreme Court is considering a case that would grant the federal government nearly unlimited unconstitutional power over every aspect of life.
A two-year long non-partisan study has concluded it is "indisputable" that the United States engaged in the practice of torture.