JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for November 25 - December 1,  2013.

Dr. Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor who helped the United States locate Osama bin Laden, has been charged with murder.

As part of the fallout of Senator Reid’s detonation of the “nuclear option,” on Thursday the Senate failed to close debate on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2014.

Citizens of Oxford, Massachusetts, have received support from a U.S. congressman for the city's adoption of an anti-NDAA resolution.

In an interview with ABC News, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) revealed the level of financial support of terror supplied by the U.S. military.

U.S. participation in the war in Afghanistan will be renewed, not ended, next year if the draft of a new security agreement is accepted by both Washington and Kabul, NBC News has reported.

President Obama plans to train Islamic Libyan "troops,” which will help the embatttled Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamic regime cement its loose grip on power.

Data reveal that billions of American taxpayer dollars continue to fund questionable or openly corrupt contractors in Afghanistan. The findings underscore the inability of the American military to filter suspicious contractors from the thousands who work with the United States on a regular basis to build bases and transport supplies.

A November 13 press release issued by the UNODC — the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime — stated that opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan rose 36 percent in 2013, which is a record high. Additionally, opium production amounted to 5,500 tons, up by 49 percent since 2012.

After outrage over Russian troops having joint drills with U.S. forces in Colorado, there's a new furor over Chinese Communist troops now in the U.S. 

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