Government

A forwarded email that says that a new coin has come out this month [February, 2007] that does not have the phrase "In God we Trust" on it. The email says the government is monitoring to see whether it gains public acceptance and asks who was responsible for the change. The writer speculates that it is part of an effort to leave God out.

This is a forwarded email about the Coach of Oregon State's basketball team, Craig Robinson. Robison is First Lady Michelle Obama's brother. The email says that Robinson's job was in jeopardy because of poor team performance until someone from the White House showed up with a $17 million economic stimulus check for the University.

There are forwarded emails that have gone viral on the Internet alleging that CGI-Federal, the company that was hired by the U.S. Government to build the website for the Affordable Healthcare Act enrollment, is Canadian. There are other allegations that say the senior vice president of the company, Toni Townes-Whitley was a classmate at Princeton with future First Lady, Michelle Obama and how much CGI donated to election campaigns.

This is a comparison of hospitals, schools and charities run by the Catholic church and Islam.

The federal government will levy a 15-cent tax on all Christmas trees sold in 2014.

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad (BNSF), owned by President Obama-backer Warren Buffet, would lose billions of dollars in oil freight if the Keystone XL Pipeline were approved.

This is a forwarded email that contains an article that alleges that the Presidential nominee to head the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, is a Muslim convert.

Fox News host Glenn Beck warned not to log into the cars.gov website because it contained a disclaimer saying that your computer will become federal property and is subject to data retrieval and inspection.

This is a forwarded email that contains a link to a YouTube video that warns of 2010 U.S. Census takers asking personal information. The video informs viewers what they are or are not required to tell census takers.

There is an audio file from a segment of the Mark Levin radio show that is circulating the Internet. It contains a conversation between the Mark Levin and a caller named Jeff from Chicago, Il, who identified himself as a brain surgeon. The caller said that he had just returned from Washington DC and read over a document that said that patients are referred to as "units" and anyone over the age of 70 who subscribe to government medical insurance and needs stroke therapy or treatment for an aneurism will be given comfort care. comfort care.