Wednesday, March 11, 2015

'So in the world of today: 11 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-The LDS church and LDS family services are officially partnered with Adoption.com
-Eco terrorists in New Zealand are threatening to poison baby formula.
-Venezuela will now require every citizen to scan fingerprints with every grocery store purchase.
-Venezuela’s congress granted its president powers to combat US sanctions.
-Over 30,000 of Clinton’s emails from her time in the state office may have gone missing according MSNBC. She refused to turn over her private server.
-The AP is suing the state department to get the release of Clinton’s emails.
-UC Irving received a threat of violence over its flag policy.
-The ACLU and several other groups are suing the NSA.
-Common Core is now mandated in Mississippi.
-Some of the UN’s food aid in Yemen was found to have gone to the wealthier portion of the nation, rather than the poorest.
-The Dollar and the Euro are almost equal.

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