May 7, 2009

The Daily Buzz - New Bill Would Make Offending Someone On The Internet A Felony

*Have you heard about the new bill in the U.S. House of Representatives? H.R. 1966 would change the law so that if you offend someone on the Internet, you will go to federal prison.

*YouTube is reportedly losing money like crazy and so is Twitter.

*Maine has become the 5th state to legalize gay marriage.

*A new, fast-evolving rabies virus has been found - and it is spreading.

*A popular new online video game allows children to have their on-screen characters dress in drag and have sex change operations.

*Astana is the 1st national capital built in the 21st century, and it represents perfectly the occultic direction the world is headed.

*A respected ex-NASA scientist claims to have produced proof that the lunar surface was once inhabited by intelligent life: a 10-inch angel sculpture embedded in a moon rock.

*U.N. nuclear inspectors have found traces of weapons-grade uranium in Egypt.

*Shimon Peres has told Barack Obama that there is no choice but to compare Iran to the Nazis.

*The Bilderberg group is getting ready to meet in Greece, but their meeting is not so secret this year.

*General Motors plans to temporarily close 23 engine, transmission and parts factories across the U.S. for several weeks.

*22 percent of U.S. homeowners now owe more on their mortgages than their home is worth.

*Lastly, Hawaii's state Senate has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would celebrate an "Islam Day" in that state.

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