Nov 26, 2008

The Daily Buzz - Obama To Keep George W. Bush's Secretary Of Defense On The Job In A Sign Of More "Non-Change"

-More Obama "Change": Robert Gates is to remain Secretary of Defense when Obama takes office.

-In 39 cities across the United States, American citizens protested the Federal Reserve last weekend. Why didn't we hear about this on the news?

-The FDIC has added 54 more banks to its "problem list".

-ABC News: The U.S. government's financial bailout will be the most expensive single expenditure in American history, potentially costing around 7.5 trillion dollars.

-Glenn Beck: States should secede from the United States to protest the bailouts.

-The Food and Drug Administration has discovered the toxic chemical melamine in infant formula made by an American manufacturer.

-Will genetically engineered animals soon be coming to your holiday dinner table?

-Guess what? Science has supersized your turkey dinner and you don't even realize it.

-The U.S. State Department has announced plans to promote "online youth groups" as a new and powerful way to fight crime, political oppression and terrorism.

-A Miami judge has ruled against the Florida gay adoption ban calling it unconstitutional.

-A Christian police officer in the United Kingdom has been fired for witnessing to gay coworkers.

-Schoolgirls as young as 14 in the United Kingdom will be taught in school about their "right" to choose an abortion.

-Trip organizers for the organization Birthright have begun screening American candidates interested in free trips to Israel to prevent Messianic Jews from participating.

It is good to see our military not wasting our money - the Army is getting ready to pour $50 million into videogames that will help troops get ready for combat.

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