July 04, 2008
Friday July 04, 2008
Lawyers in Australia say that police powers introduced for a major gathering of young Roman Catholics later this month will undermine free speech.
A new poll suggests Canadians would prefer to vote for Barack Obama rather cast a ballot for their own political leaders, while 45 per cent of Americans envy Canada's health care system.
The Transportation Security Administration said yesterday it will beef up screening at Boston's Logan International Airport with better X-ray machines to check carry-on bags and full-body scanners that can see through clothing to detect whether travelers are concealing objects.
Emily Nordling has never met a Muslim, at least not to her knowledge. But this spring, Ms. Nordling, a 19-year-old student from Fort Thomas, Ky., gave herself a new middle name on Facebook.com, mimicking her boyfriend and shocking her father.
The Eiffel Tower was illuminated in the blue and gold of the European flag on Monday night in a spectacular start to France's six-month presidency of the European Union.
(Fear Mongering By Media and Wolves - Kelly Mc.) In Middle East conflict, other crises, conservative media find signs of Biblical prophecy of ArmageddonSummary: In recent days, some members of the conservative media have seen signs of the Apocalypse in the escalated conflicts in the Middle East and Asia. Pat Robertson has considered the possibility but has seemed to reject it, while columnist Hal Lindsey has simply asserted: "Now Armageddon looms large before us." But as recent reports on CNN and in USA Today attest, conservatives are not the only media figures to raise the question of whether current events are a sign of the "End Times