Lunchtime Links: June 3, 2010

By Peter Elliott | Everyday Christian Editor

Posted 12:00 pm on June 03, 2010

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BP said it will pay for the construction of six sand barriers off the Gulf Coast to protect shorelines from the incoming flow of oil.  Meanwhile, federal officials are saying there is no way a nuclear bomb would be implanted in the sea floor in a desperate attempt to destroy the sunken Deepwater Horizon oil rig and stop the flow of oil.

President Obama will be meeting with Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer today and discuss the controversial new immigration law which he has openly criticized.

Former President George W. Bush says if he had it to do over, he would still waterboard the self-professed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, Khalid Sheik Mohammed.

Is Lady Gaga a Christian?

In a rare move, umpire Jim Joyce apologized to Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga for a blown call which costs the hurler a perfect game.

The NBA Finals open tonight in Los Angeles.

The Philadelphia Flyers trimmed their deficit to 2-1 in the Stanley Cup Finals by defeating the Chicago Blackhawks.

Tags: Armando Galaragga, BP, Gulf Coast oil slick, Lady Gaga, NBA Finals, Lunchtime Links

about the author:
Peter Elliott

Peter Elliott is a veteran news and sports journalist. He enjoys interviewing others about how God works in their lives and sharing that with readers. He is also a lifelong, long-suffering Chicago Cubs fan. He resides in Indianapolis with his wife and three sons.

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