Feb 18, 2009

The Daily Buzz - Alan Greenspan Says That The Recession Will Be The "Longest And Deepest" Economic Downturn Since The 1930s

-Alan Greenspan says that the recession will be the "longest and deepest" since the 1930s.

-"Body scanners" that give operators a very clear view of what is underneath your clothing have replaced metal detectors at Tulsa's airport.

-Barack Obama has sent 17,000 more troops to Afghanistan.

-A new measure approved by the North Dakota House gives a fertilized human egg the same legal rights as an adult human being.

-Are Barack Obama's economic policies ushering in an era of socialism?

-Barack Obama is saying that he wants to "reopen" the North American Free Trade Agreement.

-Could the "Fairness Doctrine" be used to police the internet?

-Israeli scientists are reporting that an injection of fetal stem cells triggered tumors in an ill boy.

-The U.K. government is battling to keep eugenic abortion statistics away from the public.

-Syria is reportedly stepping up production of chemical weapons.

-Were children used as "lab rats" in GM rice trials?

-Will the economic collapse reshape America?

-Has the standard of living for ordinary Americans permanently changed?

-Millions of Kenyans are now on the brink of starvation.

-China is absolutely being ravaged by drought.

-The Washington Post says that the worldwide economic crisis is getting worse.

-White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is the latest Obama administration official in the middle of a tax controversy.

-General Motors and Chrysler are requesting $39 billion more in emergency loans.

-Lastly, China experienced 99 high magnitude earthquakes in 2008.

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