U.S. military mandatory swine flu vaccineThe most important news for Wednesday, September 30th, 2009.....

U.S. military troops will begin getting mandatory H1N1 swine flu vaccine shots in the next week to 10 days.

Fox News anchor Shepherd Smith is absolutely adamant that we should trust the CDC and get injected with the swine flu vaccine.

While H1N1 continues to get all of the headlines, could a new and more aggressive variant of the H3N2 flu virus cause even more damage in humans this fall and winter?

Prince Philip believes that there are way too many people on earth: "People go on about this carbon footprint, but they fail to realise that the amount of carbon going into the atmosphere is entirely dependent on the number of people living on the earth."

A senior Iranian official says that Iran will pull out of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty if talks with the "Iran Six" on its nuclear program end up being fruitless.

A key senior figure in the Bush administration remains in the same position today as a chief Obama Defense Department spokesman and the agency’s head of all media operations.

A powerful earthquake in Indonesia has left at least 75 people dead.

General Motors has announced that it is shutting down the Saturn brand.

A foreign mercenary military force called "American Police Force" is patrolling the streets of Hardin, Montana and is manning a 27 million dollar prison camp that has no prisoners in it.  

Are pesticides to blame for the recent mass deaths of American honeybees?

The Catholic Archdiocese of Winnipeg has banned handshaking between church-goers over concerns that it could lead people to contract the H1N1 swine flu virus.

India is suffering its worst drought in 37 years.

The drought in East Africa has reached a fifth year and millions of people there are on the edge of starvation.

With all of these droughts and food shortages, is the world on the verge of a massive food shortage?

A state judge has blocked key portions of Arizona's new abortion law.

The first few billboards promoting atheism with the slogan "Imagine No Religion" are up in the Detroit area with more signs on the way next month.

One mother in Michigan who regularly watches over a few other neighborhood kids for an hour before they leave for school has received a letter from the Michigan Department of Human Services warning her that she is breaking the law.

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IcannThe most important news for Tuesday, September 29th, 2009.....

Is the U.S. government about to give up control of Icann?  What does that mean for the future of the Internet?

The swine flu vaccine has become mandatory for a large number of health care workers across the United States.

The State of New Jersey is now requiring that all school children take the flu shot, and if they won't they will be kicked out of school.

Federal officials are very determined to ensure that illegal aliens get vaccinated for the swine flu.

Is a massive swine flu outbreak to blame for why a navy ship was recently quarantined and a couple of navy officers reportedly died?

Iran's defense minister is warning that if  Israel attacks Iran it will expedite "Israel's last breath".

The Pentagon has moved up the deadline for producing the first 15-ton "super bunker-buster" bomb also known as the GBU-57A/B Massive Ordinance Penetrator.

New York's Empire State Building will light up red and yellow on Wednesday in honor of the 60th anniversary of communist China.

More than 1,000 paratroopers landed near St. Petersburg, Russia as that nation wrapped up three weeks of war games simulating a NATO attack.

A health care bill before Congress right now would threaten Americans with jail time and huge fines for refusing to buy health insurance.

Prominent American scientists such as Paul Ehrlich continue to publish articles pushing radical population control with disturbing titles such as this - "Population: Enough of us now".

Officials in Washington D.C. are preparing to install surveillance video cameras in an unspecified number of rail cars on D.C. Metro subway trains.

Is the small town of Hardin, Montana about to become the next Guantanamo Bay?

Shocking video from the recent G20 protests in Pittsburgh is revealing just how brutal American police have become.

Computers at a majority of Canada's big banks are infected with a malicious computer worm capable of logging keystrokes and stealing the passwords of customers.

A start-up automotive company backed by former Vice President Al Gore has been loaned more than half a billion dollars by the U.S. federal government.

What does it say about America when we have people openly praying to the president?

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Iran Shahab-3 Long Range Missile TestThe most important news for Monday, September 28th, 2009.....

Iran has announced that it has successfully test-fired the longest-range missiles in its arsenal - a weapon capable of carrying a warhead and striking Israel, U.S. military bases in the Middle East, and parts of Europe.

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates is very clear about what he thinks about Iran's intentions: "The Iranians have the intention of having nuclear weapons".

Has the U.S. known about Iran's secret nuclear plant for years?

The U.S. is threatening to dramatically escalate military operations inside Pakistan.

Some mainstream media outlets are declaring that the second wave of the swine flu pandemic is starting to be felt around the United States.

In Austin, Texas so many parents have been rushing their children to the Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas with swine flu symptoms that the hospital had to set up tents in the parking lot to cope with the overwhelming numbers.

Mainstream media outlets are warning that when swine flu vaccinations begin, some people will drop dead of heart attacks or strokes, some children will have seizures and some pregnant women will miscarry - but none of that will be the fault of the swine flu vaccine

A 14 year old girl in the U.K. recently died and three of her classmates became seriously ill after taking a cervical cancer vaccine.

Under new rules, all dogs in the U.K. will be forced to be implanted with microchips which contain their owner’s details.

Aren't you glad that you don't live in the U.K.?  Some local governments there are actually hiring spies to rummage through garbage cans to see what is being thrown away.

Provocateur cops caught disguised as "anarchists" were publicly exposed at the G20 summit in Pittsburgh.

Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives continue to push for legislation that would subject the Federal Reserve to a sweeping congressional audit.

Has Saudi Arabia given permission for Israeli fighter jets to fly through their air space to launch air strikes on Iranian nuclear installations?

Barack Obama says that American kids spend too little time in school, so he is proposing a shorter summer vacation for kids.

Is the fall of the dollar being openly predicted on CNBC?

The drought in Kenya is reaching nightmare proportions.

Is there new evidence that Adolf Hitler did not die in his bunker as we were previously told?

A stunning "morphing" UFO was recently photographed at close range in Ontario, Canada.

Lastly, ancient coins have been discovered in Egypt that have the name of the ancient Biblical patriarch Joseph on them.

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Iran Secret Second Nuclear SiteThe most important news for Friday, September 25th, 2009.....

Iran has disclosed that it has been building a secret second nuclear site, and much of the world community is responding with outrage.

News out of the G20 is that the world's leading nations have agreed that the G20 group is to become a "permanent" body in charge of directing the world economy.

You know things are getting bad when mainstream media outlets run headlines like this: "Obama to Usher In New World Order at G-20".

U.S. health officials are announcing that H1N1 swine flu vaccines should be in some doctors' offices as early as October 5th.

Evidence is emerging that the seasonal flu vaccine actually increases the risk of contracting the H1N1 swine flu.

In preparation for swine flu vaccinations next month, Washington state's Health Department has temporarily suspended a rule that limits the amount of a mercury preservative in vaccines given to pregnant women and children under the age of 3.

Even Fox News interviewed a doctor who says that the swine flu vaccine is dangerous.

Verichip Corporation is developing a "flu detecting microchip" and is hoping that  it will be as widely used as possible.

The G20 protests in Pittsburgh are the first time that U.S. forces have ever used sound cannons against American citizens.

According to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Russia and the United States are discussing the possibility of slashing the number of nuclear weapon delivery vehicles by over 67%.

A 19-year-old Jordanian man has been accused of trying to blow up a downtown Dallas office tower.

Spain has expelled a group of Israeli scientists from a state-funded solar energy competition just because they are based in the West Bank.

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan says that he was surprised by the strength of the enemy when he arrived this summer.

A new effort to redefine marriage in California has taken a big step forward.

One financial expert gave CNBC this gloomy assessment of U.S. government finances: "It's almost Armageddon if the Japanese and Chinese don't buy our debt."

Lastly, American households watch television for over eight hours a day on average - twice as long as people in any other nation.

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