JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 22 - 28, 2013.

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., Friday sharply challenged the Obama administration's claim that the president's decision to target Americans overseas for killing by drone strikes may not be subject to judicial review.

The Second District Court of Appeals struck down an injunction against indefinite detention of U.S. citizens by the president under the NDAA of 2012.

The NSA's mission is to spy on every American, to “collect it all,” as the Washington Post defends the surveillance state.

NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly's close political connections with Senator Schumer and Mayor Bloomberg, coupled with his mini-police state technology keeping watch over New Yorkers, make him the "perfect candidate" to replace DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano.

U.S. foreign aid dollars have been channeled to U.S.-based radicals advocating terrorism against Egyptian civilians, according to a recent report by Emad Mekay of the U.C.-Berkley Investigative Reporting Program, along with funding for other opponents of the former President Mohammad Morsi.

Obama is lobbying a reluctant Congress to support arming the jihadist Syrian rebels, even after key committees rebuked his unpopular plan to send them aid.

The Islamist group Boko Haram has attacked another school in northern Nigeria, killing 42, in its ongoing campaign against Western values and Christianity.

The Public Safety Committee of the California State Senate unanimously passed a bill that would partially prevent participation by state officials in the indefinite detention of Californians.

Despite promising to protect the innocent from drone strikes, President Obama recently approved an attack that killed a 10-year-old boy.

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