*Uh oh.....Israeli President Shimon Peres is reportedly willing to hand over Israeli sovereignty of key Christian holy sites to the Vatican.
*A new poll reveals that 66% of Israelis back an attack on Iran in order to stop their nuclear program.
*Approximately 3,000 census workers armed with handheld GPS devices are roaming around Virginia right now building the address lists that will be used for the 2010 census. Apparently this type of thing is going on nationwide.
*Time magazine has named Rick Warren as one of this year's World's Most Influential People.
*Some U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan are being criticized for trying to be witnesses for Jesus.
*The Federal Communications Commission has appointed a new advisory committee on "diversity" in communications, which many critics believe could result in the reinstallation of the "Fairness Doctrine" under another name.
*A controversial new B.B.C. documentary claims that Al-qaeda never existed.
*Is soaring Internet usage threatening the future of Google and YouTube?
*Inflatable mortuaries and "express" funerals are being planned for the next flu pandemic in the U.K.
*Lastly, has the Christian church rejected the concept of "the judgment of God" or should many of them be taking a second look at it?