You know, today, Greece had its credit rating dropped to the lowest in the world. So, Greece could be about to default, which could mean another international financial crisis.
Today, Germany recognized the rebels in Libya as the legitimate government of Libya.
Today, King Abdullah was pelted with bottles and rocks in southern Jordan, as everyone wonders if the “Arab Spring” will bloom in his country, too.
Today, we learned that a U.S. navy destroyer stalked a ship thought to be carrying missile parts towards Burma, stalked it for days before it turned back and went back to North Korea.
Today, the Missouri River breached two levees in Iowa and Missouri, prompting evacuations of a whole with bunch of farm towns.
Today, one of President Obama‘s major economic advisers, Larry Summers, said the economy needs more stimulus spending.
Today, President Obama himself talked about dozens of jobs creation ideas from his jobs council. He warned about how—essentially, how whack it is that the only feasible ideas now are ones that don‘t have to go through Congress.
And there‘s a presidential candidates debate.
And LeBron James just proved the existence of karma.
And the al Qaeda guy who planned the Kenya and Tanzania embassy bombings got killed.
And the FBI‘s taking new search and seizure powers.
And photos of Gabby Giffords.
And the New York state legislature moves on gay marriage.
And, and, and—there is a lot going on. There is a lot going on.
It may be a sleepy June Monday, but there is a ton going on.