Well, Postcards from the Backbench beat me to it, as I was going to wait until after Christmas to release my predictions. But since he's on record, I need to keep up with the Jones':
--On December 31, 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial average will be above 10,200
--On December 31, 2009, unemployment will be at 6.6%, on a downward trend
--The BCS will announce a playoff system to begin with the 2011 season
--Israel will not attack Iran (directly) in 2009, Iran will not attack Israel (directly)
--Israel will be involved in another war in Southern Lebanon
--Brad Pitt will win a "Best Actor" Oscar
--Hillary Clinton will withdraw her name from consideration for Secretary of State after an uproar following new disclosures of her husband's post-presidential dealings with foreign powers
--at least one major newspaper (that is, one of the top ten in circulation) will cease to publish in 2009. No one will notice.
--Ten thousand US troops will be deployed somewhere in the world in support of some humanitarian operation (not in the US)
--The average price of unleaded regular in the US will be $2.96
--The US will announce unilateral reductions in its Strategic Nuclear forces to less than 1400 warheads. The nuclear triad will be disestablished, with all our strategic forces moving to submarines and manned bombers.
--Lindsay Lohan will return to a strictly heterosexual life
--On 31 December 2009, there will be less than 90,000 US troops in Iraq, but there will be 45,000 in Afghanistan
That should be enough for now.