Lack of Transparency Undermines Accuracy of Iowa Caucus
JBS CEO Art Thompson and JBS Director of Communications Bill Hahn's weekly news video update for Feb. 8 - 14, 2016.
In this week's Analysis Behind the News video, JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses the lack of transparency at the Iowa Caucus and how the results on both the Republican and Democratic sides cannot be fully trusted. JBS Director of Communications Bill Hahn addresses the political theater seen in Congress relative to House Speaker Paul Ryan blaming a "progressive president" for the debt crisis while ignoring Congress' constitutional authority over spending and its failure to repeal Obamacare. Mr. Hahn further addresses the recent signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in New Zealand and Utah's plan to reclaim federally-controlled land within its state.
Syrian Refugees, Oregon Standoff, and Republican Presidential Candidates
National Review's Neoconservative Agenda
China Transfers Hacking From PLA to Ministry of State Security
In this week's Analysis Behind the News video, JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses how the Chinese Communist Party-led government is transferring its online and computer hacking activities away from the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to China's equivalent of the CIA, the Ministry of State Security (MSS). Thompson further warns about the dangers of trading with other communist governments in the Asia region such as Vietnam and Russia. He also raises questions as to why actor Sean Penn has not been indicted for meeting with convicted Mexican drug cartel leader El Chapo.
More Political Theater From Establishment Republicans
In this week's "Analysis Behind the News," JBS Director of Communications Bill Hahn reviews some of the top headlines of the week, including a misplaced US missile found in Cuba, ObamaCare repeal veto, Detroit teacher protests, Beware software, and comments on the Oregon standoff.
Many times we read the news without a constitutional context and do not think of the ramifications that our in-actions have on the world around us. Think about what you and other locally concerned Americans could do if you used that context to help build understanding and employed constitutional solutions.