Obama Wants Informants To Tell Him Who Is Opposing Obamacare

Angry Obama Evil ObamaThe most important news for Tuesday, August 4th, 2009…..

Is America turning into the U.S.S.R.? The White House has put out a call for informants who will tell them about ordinary Americans who are opposing Obamacare – even in casual conversation.

Marine scientists from California are venturing out this week to the middle of the Pacific Ocean in order to study “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch”.

The London Times has an article out about who is making money from the swine flu.

A new report says that the U.S. is unprepared for the coming “second wave” of the swine flu.

The Obama administration is working on guidelines that would scale back when the U.S. government recommends closing schools in response to a flu pandemic.

A new census questionnaire being sent out to three million American homes is asking citizens some incredibly intrusive questions. One question even asks what time they leave for work each day – down to the hour and the minute.

California has become the latest battleground over praying in the name of Jesus Christ.

Dominican archaeologist Kathleen Martinez has discovered 10 new Egyptian mummies – including two that were wrapped in gold.

As preparations are made for the planned “North American Union”, will all national ID cards soon have RFID microchips in them?

Devvy Kidd has a great new article out about the horrible “cash for clunkers” program.

Wired magazine has posted a very interesting article on the U.S. government’s HAARP program.

Even the mainstream media is now reporting that Omega 3 fatty acids found in fish oils can help protect against heart attacks and should be taken daily by everyone.

A new survey has revealed that more than a third of secondary school students in the U.K. have been sent text messages containing sexually explicit content.

Did Apple try to silence a family who bought an IPod that later exploded?

Lastly, one debt-ridden county in Alabama has laid off about two-thirds of its 3,600 employees because of declining tax revenues.