Nov 12, 2008

The Daily Buzz - Search Engines To Track The Spread Of Flu?

-Google will now be openly recording and tracking all searches related to the word "flu" - do they know something that we don't?

-A "Why Believe in a God?" ad campaign has been launched on D.C. buses.

-Seventy percent of Americans believe that Obama will be able to fix the economy.

-You have got to see this footage - the anger of homosexual activists over the passage of Proposition 8 is exploding into violence.

-A 4,300 year old queen's tomb has been discovered in Egypt.

-The "bailout" is really costing taxpayers a lot more than 700 billion dollars.

-Is there open warfare going on in the Republican party?

-World leaders are gathering for talks on interfaith relations at U.N. headquarters.

-The state of Connecticut has married gay couples for the first time today.

-Investing for the long term? Shares of General Motors plunged another 13% on Tuesday, closing below the $3 mark for the first time since 1946.

-Lobbyists are swarming the U.S. Treasury looking for a helping of "bailout pie".

-If you are still curious about where Barack Obama was born then you will want to read this.

-The Gardasil vaccine has been linked to 78 outbreaks of genital warts.

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