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Barack Obama’s Budget For 2011: 3.8 Trillion Dollars

The most important news for Monday, February 1st, 2010….

On Monday, Barack Obama sent Congress a proposal for a record $3.8 trillion budget in 2011.


In fact, Barack Obama’s spending plan anticipates $5.08 trillion in deficits over the next five years.

The watchdog in charge of monitoring the U.S. government’s $700 billion bailout program says that TARP is simply not working.

Investors are reportedly pulling cash out of Europe at a record pace as central banks slow Euro purchases, jeopardizing its status as a substitute to the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

Does the recent economic crisis in Greece have implications for the price of gold?

Lech Walesa is warning that “America is moving toward socialism”.

The president of the Council on Foreign Relations is now publicly calling for regime change in Iran.

U.S. National Security Adviser Jim Jones says that Israel and the United States are closely conferring about the Iranian nuclear program.

According to one disturbing new report, U.S. intelligence has discovered 5,000 Hezbollah terrorists that have been trained to take over and seize towns in Galilee during a future invasion of Israel.

U.S. State Department official Jeff Feltman said in remarks published on Sunday that the U.S. is concerned that the continued flow of arms to Hezbollah could prompt a war between Israel and Lebanon.

A top Israeli official is saying that in the event that a war between Israel and Lebanon does break out, Israel would hold “Syria and Lebanon alike responsible”.

What in the world?  Under intense American pressure, Israel has silently agreed to allow the Palestinian Authority to open official institutions in eastern sections of Jerusalem.

Palestinians sources said Sunday morning that Israel has agreed to hand over additional West Bank areas to the Palestinians as a trust-building measure.

MSNBC is reporting that the people of Haiti “want” the United States to “take over” Haiti and “take care” of them.

The new “aggressive” tone of China’s foreign policy is worrying governments and analysts across the globe

Conservative lawmakers in many U.S. states are forging ahead with constitutional amendments to ban government health insurance mandates.

At least three US oil companies were recently the target of a series of previously undisclosed cyberattacks that may have originated in China.

A top Microsoft official is calling for a “driver’s license” for Internet users.

Will “Internet licensing” be the beginning of the end for free speech on the Internet?

A Transportation Security Administration employee in Florida is behind bars after a 15-year-old girl claimed that he groped her and asked if she would be his “sex slave”.

Severe cases of the swine flu in North Carolina that have been caused by dangerous new H1N1 mutations are starting to cause a great deal of concern among some health authorities.

A new study has found significant levels of pharmaceutical drugs and illegal drugs in our water supplies despite “rigorous” efforts to remove them at water treatment facilities.

Billionaire Bill Gates has made his scholarship fund off limits to white teenagers.

It looks like the new “centerpiece” of America’s foreign policy is going to be population control.

The U.K. just had its coldest January in more than 20 years.

A network of more than 1,000 security cameras has been set up to “watch over” the Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada.

Is Barack Obama using Organizing for America to recruit an army of young radicals from our public high schools?

The International Criminal Court in the Hague is proposing to give itself new powers to put any politicians who launch “illegal wars” on trial.

The U.S. Defense Department starts the clock next week on what is expected to be a several-year process in lifting its ban on gays serving openly in the military.

Lastly, the U.S. Air Force Academy is officially adding a worship area for pagans which will be dedicated during a ceremony scheduled for March 10th.


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