Mar 27, 2009

The Daily Buzz - The U.N. Passes A "Defamation Of Religion" Resolution

-The U.N. Human Rights Council has passed a resolution condemning "defamation of religion" as a human rights violation.

-China's official military budget grew nearly 18 percent in 2008.

-Japan is getting their defenses ready for North Korea's anticipated test rocket launch.

-A proposed law in Florida would make it mandatory for children to get the flu vaccination before entering preschool.

-Is California planning to reduce carbon emissions by banning black cars?

-Some experts are now saying that the human lifespan can reach 1,000 years.

-Will Barack Obama appoint a Monsanto insider to head the new Food Safety Working Group?

-Uh oh.....GM ingredients have been detected in organic "GM free" foods. Will any of our food be 100 percent natural ever again?

-The Obama administration has launched a massive attack on the Second Amendment.

-President Barack Obama's intelligence chief has confirmed that some Guantanamo inmates may be released on U.S. soil.

-A U.N. panel of expert economists is pressing hard for a new global currency.

-A major newspaper in Israel is asking this question: Will U.S. financial woes lead to new world order?

-Is NASA hiding something about Mars?

-Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are now refusing to take vaccines.

-Does the expanded Americorps have the stench of authoritarianism?

-The New York Times has laid off 100 workers.

-Tent cities and shanty towns are popping up all over the United States.

-Severe drought is bringing the threat of starvation to Afghanistan.

-The "Hour of Power," Crystal Cathedral's weekly television broadcast, is facing severe financial problems.

-Was a "Victorian ghost" picked up by Google Street View?

-Lastly, students and teachers in Texas will no longer be required to discuss the “strengths and weaknesses” of evolution any longer.

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