Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

-- (((Charles Finney, said the following: “If
there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it))) --


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China, India, Russia vow to deepen cooperation
Chemist Steve Colbern: Alien Implants Based on Carbon Nano-Tube Technology

TSA Hit with Lawsuits as Revolt Explodes
Call for Boycott of New Airport Scanners over Thanksgiving
Owen J.J. Stone Exposes the Horror of TSA in His Pants
TSA: No Religious Excuses in Screening
Napolitano: 'More to Come' on Muslims, Pat-Downs
Hero Hudson 'Sully' Joins Opposition to Heightened Airport Security Measures
Polio Outbreak in Congo Kills 128
Senate Targets Fresh Veggies in S.510
Volcano's Toll Rises to 273 Dead in Indonesia
UK: Landslide Cuts Off Cornwall as Storms Hit South West
6.3 Quake Strikes Off Indonesia; 6.9 Struck Near Solomons
Global Anti-Semitism on the Rise?
'Iran designs local S-300 system'"We have developed the system by upgrading systems like S-200 and we have tested it successfully using all our potential and experience in the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), the Army and the Defense Ministry," Brigadier General Mohammad Hassan Mansourian told Press TV on Wednesday. This comes as Russia cancelled a deal involving the sale of its S-300 system to Iran in September, the general added. General Mansourian noted that the details of Iran's long-range missile defense system will be unveiled soon.
Iran warns against meddling with its Russian ties
Obama to push for Senate vote on new arms treaty with Russia
Iran military stages mock warplane interception
World 'dangerously close' to new food crisis, United Nations saysLONDON - The bill for global food imports will top $1 trillion this year for the second time, putting the world "dangerously close" to a new food crisis, according to the United Nations. The warning by the world body's Food and Agriculture Organization adds to fears about rising inflation in emerging countries from China to India. "Prices are dangerously close to the levels of 2007-08," said Abdolreza Abbassian, an economist at the FAO. The note of worry was sounded Wednesday in the FAO's latest twice-yearly Food Outlook, along with a...
Food-safety overhaul bill clears hurdle in SenateWith a number of Republicans breaking ranks, the Senate on Wednesday voted to allow debate to go forward on what supporters say would be the biggest overhaul of the nation's food-safety laws since the Great Depression. In one of the first votes of the post-election lame-duck session of Congress, the Senate voted 74-25 to move forward on the bill, far more than the three-fifths majority of 60 votes needed to overcome the filibuster. Sen. Tom Coburn, Oklahoma Republican, had led...
Republicans grill Obama's Medicare-Medicaid chief
Chamber of Commerce leader pledges to fight health-care law, financial overhaul
Fitness club's fingerprint entry system pumps up debate over biometric identity Lost your gym membership card? No problem. A finger is all it takes to enter 24 Hour Fitness. The athletic-club giant recently introduced a cardless check-in system in Colorado that uses fingerprint scans to identify members. The new procedure will offer cost savings, environmental benefits and enhanced security, 24 Hour Fitness says.

Biometric ID checks begin at 2 leading banks
Virus could ruin many industries' control systems
Wisconsin hospital scans patients' palm veinsIt’s all about patient security, so says Mike Sauk, chief information officer for UW Hospital and Clinics. The new palm-vein scanning system quickly and easily identifies patients through each person’s unique blood-flow pattern in the palm of their hand. It matches that patient to his electronic health record. Especially beneficial, Sauk says, to unconscious individuals. “We don’t need...
Report: Foreclosure mess poses grim outlook for banks A report released Tuesday by the Congressional Oversight Panel suggests allegations that banks may have bypassed legally required steps to foreclose on homes pose a grim outlook for financial institutions. Under a best-case scenario, the 127-page report suggests concerns about mortgage documentation irregularities may prove overblown. However, under an extreme scenario, those practices could call into question the validity of some 33 million mortgages, the report notes. “Clear and uncontested property rights are the foundation of the housing...
Fed Likely to Buy Entire $600B in Plan: Bullard
In Unusual Move, Fed Bolsters Its Defense of Its Plan
Biggest U.S. banks face new round of 'stress tests'
GM share offer attracts Chinese investment
Sen. Rockefeller: FCC Should Take FOX News, MSNBC Off AirwavesSEN. JAY ROCKEFELLER (D-WV): "There's a little bug inside of me which wants to get the FCC to say to FOX and to MSNBC: 'Out. Off. End. Goodbye.' It would be a big favor to political discourse; our ability to do our work here in Congress, and to the American people, to be able to talk with each other and have some faith in their government and more importantly, in their future."
No More Enquirer? Publisher Files Chapter 11
Viewers pull plug on US cable television
California elects nation's first openly transgender judge, Victoria Kolakowski Judicial elections generally don't gain much notice, but one such race in California has drawn national attention as it prepares to place the country's first openly transgender judge on the bench. Victoria Kolakowski, who had a sex-change operation in 1991, has declared victory in a highly contested election for the Alameda County Superior Court. According to the final, uncertified tally, the 49-year-old has defeated rival J
Uneasy House Democrats keep Pelosi as their leader
Antimatter captured by CERN scientists in dramatic physics breakthroughResearchers at the European Nuclear Research Centre (CERN), in Geneva claimed that they had trapped dozens of hydrogen "antimatter" atoms, a technical feat that significantly boosts research into one of the great puzzles of particle physics. But the 38 atoms of anti-hydrogen trapped by scientists for one sixth of a second would...
United States Supreme Court Will Soon Issue A Landmark Decision On The Validity Of The ConstitutionThe United States Supreme Court will soon issue a landmark decision on the validity of the Constitution. The Supreme Court will consider three petitions filed by William M. Windsor, a retired Atlanta, Georgia grandfather. The decision should be rendered by the end of the year. Unless The Supreme Court acts, federal judges will be free to void the Constitution. The Questions Presented to The Supreme Court by Grandfather Windsor are: 1. Will The Supreme Court declare that the Constitution and its amendments may be voided by federal judges? 2. Should federal judges be stopped from committing illegal and corrupt acts to obstruct justice and inflict bias on litigants? 3. Will The Supreme Court be afraid to disclose the corruption in the federal courts?
Scientists Working To Create Genetically Modified Chocolate: They Say It Will "Make You Healthy"Forget penicillin, space travel and the silicon chip. Science is on the verge of its greatest discovery - chocolate that's good for you. DNA experts are working with sweet giants Mars to create genetically modified chocolate that fights heart disease and diabetes and won't make you fat. They've already been at it for two years. And they claim that in another five, they could unlock the secret of how to make chocolate healthy. The scientists say the secret lies in the genetic code of the cocoa bean. The beans contain chemicals called flavonols which lower blood pressure and help keep the heart healthy. And the scientists believe they can change the DNA of the cocoa tree so it produces beans with far higher levels of flavonols. They also hope to produce beans that fight diabetes, as well as making the fat in cocoa much healthier.

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