*The Pope is publicly calling for the creation of a Palestinian state.
*An MP who was at last month's G20 protests in London claims that he has solid evidence that the police used undercover agent provocateurs to throw bottles at the police and that these undercover policemen were encouraging others to do the same. Apparently the goal of the undercover police was to spark a riot so that the police could have an excuse to physically attack the protesters.
*The Los Angeles Times is reporting that more than 25 terror suspects held by the CIA during the Bush administration were subjected to sleep deprivation for as long as 11 days at a time.
*The new U.S. hate crimes law exposes Christian ministers to prosecution should their teachings be linked in any way to any subsequent offense, by anyone, against someone who is gay. What in the world is Congress doing?
*A newly discovered secret report reveals that the Nazis planned a "fourth Reich" which would be an "economic empire" instead of a military one. Many ex-Nazis in fact were instrumental in the rebuilding of West Germany and in the creation of the European Economic Community which eventually evolved into the European Union.
*A lesbian "minister" was invited to guest lecture for math and science classes at a California public school where she shared her views on homosexuality, including a discussion of her lesbian wedding, without any consent from the parents.
*Does Israel have a plan to prevent the division of Jerusalem? Let's hope that they do.
*The California State Senate Education Committee has passed a bill mandating that the state's public school children take one day every year to celebrate the "achievements" of homosexual activist Harvey Milk.
*In a shocking waste of money, the U.S. government is spending $400,000 to study gay sexual behavior in Argentina bars. It is no wonder why there are tax protests now.
*Many top virologists are now extremely concerned about what will happen when the H1N1 flu virus encounters the H5N1 virus.
*The Obama administration is holding preliminary discussions about doing away with the "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays in the military.
*Lastly, New York City is now charging the homeless rent to stay at the city's homeless shelters.