Dec 3, 2008

The Daily Buzz - Catholic Bishops Are Calling For Muslim Prayer Rooms To Be Opened In All Catholic Schools

-This is unbelievable.....Catholic bishops in the U.K. are calling for Muslim prayer rooms to be opened in all private Catholic schools. Yes, you read that right.

-A New York City survey reveals that almost ten percent of men who say they're straight have sex ONLY with other men. The survey also found that 10% of all married men reported same-sex sexual behavior during the past year.

-One St. Louis city leader is calling the police totally ineffective and is calling on residents to arm themselves to protect their lives and property.

-An atheist group has been permitted to post an anti-religion sign next to a Christian nativity scene and a "holiday tree" in the state capitol of the state of Washington. Part of the mesage on the sign reads: "There is only our natural world. Religion is but myth and superstition that hardens hearts and enslaves minds."

-Europe has quite a few ideas for how Israel should pursue peace in 2009.

-Kentucky atheists are suing to get God out of homeland security. Don't they have anything better to do?

-The Russian navy has announced that a next generation Bulava intercontinental ballistic missile was test fired November 28th from a submerged submarine and hit its target. This is something to keep a close eye on.

-It doesn't look like Georgia and Ukraine will be members of NATO any time soon.

-India's military chiefs are pushing for a retaliatory airstrike by India against the sprawling headquarters of the Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist organization inside Pakistan. Would such an airstrike spark a war?

-Barack Obama has selected the head of a well-known abortion activist group to be his White House communications director.

-U.S. auto sales have sunk to their worst level since 1982.

-Another dead baby - a baby in the U.K. recently died 10 days after being injected with the MMR vaccine.

-More American soldiers are choosing to stay in the U.S. military because of the bad economy.

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