Feb 23, 2009

The Daily Buzz - Hillary Clinton Begs China To Keep Buying U.S. Debt

-Hillary Clinton is pleading with China to continue buying U.S. Treasury bonds.

-The Feds have come up with another new plan to save the banks.

-44 congressmen have introduced a bill to eliminate the U.S. income tax.

-Two rockets were fired by Islamic militants in southern Lebanon toward northern Israel on Saturday.

-Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama is questioning the citizenship of President Barack Obama.

-The San Francisco Chronicle is saying that this economic crisis "is as bad as they come".

-The U.S. government could soon own as much as 40% of Citigroup's common stock as part of a plan to bailout that troubled bank.

-Las Vegas has edged Detroit for the title of America's most abandoned city.

-Did the Pope flash an evil hand sign on purpose recently?

-One professor is predicting that cancer deaths will double in the next 40 years.

-A new government leaflet in the U.K. is instructing parents to avoid morality when talking to their children about sex.

-Medical blunders are being blamed for a spate of "vaccine overloads" in the U.K.

-On another note, the U.K. has become absolutely obsessed with garbage.

-The median price of a house in Southern California is now back to $250,000, which is a 50 percent decline from the peak in 2007.

-An Oregon bank is the 14th banking chain to fail in 2009.

-Police fear mass protests and a "summer of rage" as citizens get even angrier about the current economic crisis.

-Barack Obama is being criticized for picking one of his biggest fundraisers as his ambassador to the U.K.

-The Jerusalem Post is reporting that Iran has accelerated their effort to build a nuclear weapon.

-A guest speaker at a Fort Worth Baptist church is being openly ripped in the local newspaper for preaching against yoga, the Federal Reserve and a one world government.

-Lastly, Simon Cowell says that he is going to have his body frozen after his death so that he can be brought back to life in the future.

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