Apr 1, 2009

The Daily Buzz - Flint, Michigan Is Such A Disaster That The Government Is Considering "Abandoning" Parts Of That City

-Flint, Michigan is such a disaster area that government officials are actually considering shutting down portions of the city, officially abandoning them and cutting off police and fire service.

-The U.S. private sector lost 742,000 jobs in March.

-U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown called for the religious to help bring in a new world order during a sermon at St Paul's Cathedral in London.

-The Council on Foreign Relations has launched a new initiative to promote the development of a system of effective world governance.

-Hillary Clinton says that the Obama administration will not use the term "war on terror" anymore.

-A new report indicates that the world’s leading developed countries are on course for the worst economic slump since the Second World War.

-Barack Obama is threatening the U.S. car industry with bankruptcy.

-North Korea is threatening to shoot down U.S. spy planes ahead of their upcoming missile launch.

-Benjamin Netanyahu had this to say about the possibility of Iran getting nuclear weapons: "You don’t want a messianic apocalyptic cult controlling atomic bombs".

-The Jerusalem Post says that the Palestinians are firing Chinese made rockets.

-A Chinese developed “kill weapon” is said to be able to destroy a U.S. aircraft carrier in a single strike.

-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev continues to talk up the idea of creating a world "super currency".

-The U.S. and Russia are discussing ways to reduce the number of nuclear warheads.

-The Obama administration plans to play a key role in reshaping General Motors' board of directors over the next six months.

-U.S. house prices have fallen 29 percent from their peak.

-The science and technology advisor to the U.S. Secretary of State says that the population of the earth needs to be decreased.

-Lastly, the HIV and AIDS Network of the United Church of Christ says that condoms should be handed out at places of worship.

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