Message to Congress: Do something, damn it!

The Mayans might have been a few days off on what doomsayers claimed would be the end of the world on 12-21-2012.

Instead, it could come at midnight on Dec. 31 if Washington continues to do nothing about the impending fiscal cliff.

Partisan politics continues to polarize Congress and the lack of action by elected officials to do anything about the expected recession-causing fiscal cliff has the stock market diving this morning. Continue reading

Government dispells doomsday fears

The Mayan calendar ends Dec. 21, 2012.

There have been plenty of articles about it in the news the past several months. Several television shows have been broadcast about the aligning of planets, earth’s destruction, and the possible end of time.

Well, not to worry, according to the U.S. government.

There are no asteroids headed our way; the earth is not on a collision course with another planet; and according to NASA, Dec. 21 will come and we’ll all wake up in the morning of Dec. 22.

NASA officials said they have received thousands of letters from concerned folks, especially children, who are scared the world will be destroy on Dec. 21. As a result, NASA put out information on the usa.gov website debunking all the rumors.

Check it out by clicking here.

 

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