Feb 20, 2009

The Daily Buzz - New York Times Stock Now Costs LESS Than The Sunday Paper

-New York Times stock now costs less than the Sunday paper.

-On Friday, Benjamin Netanyahu accepted the formal invitation of President Shimon Peres to form the next government in Israel.

-A United Nations treaty would prohibit children from being spanked or homeschooled, and children would have the right to abortion without parental knowledge or consent.

-A study by researchers from the University of Minnesota reveals that pharmaceutical companies have been raising the prices of many of their drugs by 100 percent or more in a single year.

-Wicca has now become America's fastest growing religion.

-Christian video site GodTube.com is now called tangle.com and is no longer directly targeting the Christian community.

-A new sun-powered device is able to convert a mixture of carbon dioxide and water vapor into natural gas at unprecedented rates. This is another stunning new technology that will probably be suppressed.

-The newly poor are swelling the lines at food banks nationwide.

-Is there intelligent life in Washington, D.C.? Paul Craig Roberts says that there is not a speck of it.

-New Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says that he wants to start taxing motorists based on how many miles they drive rather than on how much gasoline they use.

-Republicans are calling for a new law that would require internet providers to keep records about users for two years to aid police investigations.

-Explicit sexual content is "cool", but talk of God is taboo in American schools today.

-A Southern California counselor with almost two decades of experience with foster children has been suspended after four teens she took on an approved day-long outing encountered a beach festival – and heard Christian music.

-North Korea said on Thursday that a physical clash with South Korea is "now only a matter of time."

-Lastly, has an ancient underwater city been found in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean?

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