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The Week contest - The United Nations of America
A county judge in Texas is warning that the United Nations is plotting to take over America. If the U.N. did assume control, what would be the first new law or edict it would issue?
 
Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's spokesman responded to the outlandish claims made recently by Judge Tom Head saying, “It’s absolutely ridiculous,”. 
Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's spokesman responded to the outlandish claims made recently by Judge Tom Head saying, “It’s absolutely ridiculous,”. 
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Welcome to The Week's "What Next?" contest, an invitation to test your powers of imagination with challenges inspired by current events.

Click here for the results of the previous contest: Mars discovery headlines

Last week's question: A county judge in Texas is warning that the United Nations is plotting to take over America. We asked you what the first new law or edict the U.N. would issue if they assumed control.

 

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: Greece ratified as 51st state.
David Zechiel, Lake Forest, CA

SECOND PLACE: High school education required for county judge position.
Sharon LaDuke, Bountiful, UT

THIRD PLACE: No mocking the French.
Tim Spadoni, Niles, IL

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

State of Texas to be returned to Mexico. 
Gerry Devaney, St. Paul, MN

Every male inhabitant of Texas must wear a beret.
Frank Letchworth, Knoxville, TN

All future Presidents must be born outside the U.S.A.
Michael D. Whitehead, Brighton, MI

State declared resettlement area for Syrian refugees.
Joseph Neuschatz, Port Jefferson, NY

Forget the Alamo!
Al Richter, San Antonio, TX

Amnesty for all New York City parking tickets granted to U.N. personnel, their family and friends.
Edward Kutch, Pasadena, CA

Supersized soft drinks reduced to demitasse cups.
Barbara Romano, Austin, TX

No more "America's Got Talent!" reruns.
Rodger Butler, Kingsport, TN

Flag lapel pins banned.
Hubert B. Herring, Dobbs Ferry, NY

All shower curtains must be placed inside the bathtubs.
June C. Famelos, Tulalip, WA

The hamburger is returned to Europe, its origin.
Richard Kimball, Franklin, NC

 

 

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