JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for February 18-24, 2013.
Less than 24 hours after Ban Ki-moon's appeal to the Insider globalist confab, President Obama included key "must do" items of the UN leader's agenda in his State of the Union address.
Under the guise of fighting a more vigorous “war on drugs,” the Obama administration will continue adding to the exploding government deficit by expanding the already widespread and extremely costly U.S. military presence throughout Latin America. Critics in the U.S. and all across the Western hemisphere, however, have slammed the controversial scheme’s growth from all angles.
Confirming Chuck Hagel for secretary of defense may harm U.S. defense considering his record, words of praise from the Communist Party, and ties to far-left progressive organizations.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s Thursday confirmation hearing of John Brennan, President Obama's nominee for head of the Central Intelligence Agency, was more gracious than grueling.
Some observers are mystified by Chuck Hagel’s pathetic showing at his Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, but there should be no mystery about it. He performed as he did for one simple reason: He wants to be the next secretary of defense, and he (along with the White House) must have calculated that standing up for his past positions would have harmed his chances.
Former senator Chuck Hagel is unfit to serve as Secretary of Defense based on his voting record, affiliations, and key endorsements.
Leaders of European Union nations met for a two-day summit in Brussels on February 7, in an attempt to reach a seven-year spending agreement.
As reported by the New York Times, a lawsuit filed in Britain by the family of an innocent victim of a U.S. drone strike may be giving allies a reason to reconsider their participation in the deadly program.
In a speech to the Heritage Foundation on Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called for restoring the Founding Fathers' vision of a restrained and rational approach to U.S. foreign policy.