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))) --


THOSE WHO WILL DO NOTHING NOW, WHEN IT COSTS THEM LITTLE - WILL DO EVEN LESS LATER, WHEN IT COST THEM EVEN MORE


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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Japan Quake Leaves 22000 Dead, Missing / Germans pull forces out of NATO ; Libyan coalition falls apart / Falklands reports grounding of a pod of 400 pilot whales / Food Wars Have Begun: Deadly Wheat Fungus Threatens World's Breadbaskets

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Democrats continue assault on marriage


In the wake of President Obama's decision to no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act, liberal Democrats, led by Jerrold Nadler of New York, have decided to take advantage of the situation and have introduced a bill to overturn DOMA, which restricts marriage to between a man and a woman.

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China calls for immediate cease-fire in Libya, after days of allied airstrikes


China called Tuesday for an immediate cease-fire in Libya where the U.S. and European nations have launched punishing airstrikes to enforce a United Nations endorsed no-fly zone. "All parties must immediately cease fire and resolve issues through peaceful means," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said at a regularly scheduled news conference, citing unconfirmed reports that the airstrikes had caused civilian deaths.
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Russia calls for immediate ceasefire in Libya
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Portugal braces for govt collapse amid debt crisis
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Glenn Beck warns America:



'Perfect storm' is beginning


'These are not enemies of man.


These are enemies of God'
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County defies state's ruling, taxes church $50,000



Congregation now faces lien, foreclosure over outstanding bill

Illegal Tax Bill Threatens Arizona Church from ADF Media Relations on Vimeo.
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Geologists warn another earthquake could tear Tokyo in two after weakening of fault line below capital



Geologists have warned that another powerful earthquake could inflict terrible damage on Tokyo because the Size 9 monster which struck on March 11 has altered the earth's surface. The quake has put pressure on the fault lines near the Japanese capital and experts have suggested that a size 7.5 magnitude earthquake could hit. The structure of the tectonic plates and fault lines around the city makes it unlikely that Tokyo, home to 13million people, would be hit by a quake anywhere near the intensity of the one 10 days ago, said Roger Musson of the British Geological Survey. But given the vast population - the capital and its surroundings are home to 39million people (including in the suburbs) - any strong tremor could be devastating. 'Even if you've got, let's say, a 7.5, that would be serious,' the seismologist said...
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Japanese official says storage pool at troubled nuclear plant is at or near boiling point
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Highly concentrated radioactive substances in seawater found at Fukushima nuclear plant



Tokyo Electric Power Co. began studying the ongoing nuclear crisis' impact on the sea Tuesday, while trying to proceed with work to restore power at crippled reactors to help revive their crucial cooling functions. The utility plans to study seawater at four locations off the Daiichi and Daini nuclear power plants in Fukushima Prefecture a day after finding highly concentrated radioactive substances in seawater near the crisis-hit Daiichi plant's water discharging outlets. After disruptions Monday afternoon due to smoke billowing from the No. 3 and then...
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Increased radiation detected by B.C. monitors



Health Canada says its monitoring stations are detecting a "minuscule" increase in radiation levels along the B.C. coast in the wake of the nuclear crisis in Japan. Gary Holub says increased radiation levels were expected, and are less than the increase in radiation levels Canadians would see naturally when it rains. Holub stressed...
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Putin likens Libya air strikes to 'crusades'
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DHS launches program for workers to self-check eligibility



Washington (CNN) -- The Department of Homeland Security launched a new program Monday that will allow people in the United States to make sure they are legally eligible for employment before they look for jobs. The program is called E-Verify Self Check and is a companion program to the E-Verify program, in which employers run...

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Evangelist Charles Colson’s final mission: Spiritually cloning himself



Charles Colson assembles the newest members of his Christian army at a Loudoun County convention hall on a winter Saturday. Seated before the aging Watergate-era felon-turned-evangelical leader are dozens of handpicked disciples: a woman who sings at patriotic events, a sports psychology professor, a real estate developer, a pharmaceutical salesman. They’ve spent the year — and as much...
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'Blame it on the super moon!' Five ships run aground off British coast as lunar phenomenon lowers tide



The super moon was today blamed for causing five ships to run aground within hours in one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes. Vessels hit sandbanks that are not normally exposed in the Solent, between the Isle of Wight and Hampshire coast, as the phenomenon led to lower tides. The moon was at its closest to the earth for...
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Sammy Hagar alien abduction secret disclosed 20 years ago



“I saw a ship and two creatures inside of this ship… And they were connected to me, tapped into my mind through some kind of mysterious wireless connection,” explains Sammy Hagar in his new book, Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock. The brief memoir, whose release coincides with "Alien Abduction Day", is not the first instance in which the former Van Halen singer has offered public disclosures of ET contact. A new report from a Vancouver...

6.0 Mb - SOUTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE


Preliminary Earthquake Report Magnitude 6.0 Mb

Date-Time 22 Mar 2011 13:31:29 UTC




Wind-Driven Fire Threatens Hundreds in Colo
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Triple Whammey: Japan Rocked by 3 New Large Quakes
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NKoreans Told to Use Pets as Quake Warning
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Japan Quake Leaves 22000 Dead, Missing
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Source of 30-mile Oil Spill in Gulf Puzzles Officials
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Food Wars Have Begun: Deadly Wheat Fungus Threatens World's Breadbaskets
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Simply Stunning Aurora Video from Norway


by Nancy Atkinson on March 22, 2011

The Aurora from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.
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Falklands reports grounding of a pod of 400 pilot whales
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Obama seeks to break impasse over Libya

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Allies in disarray
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No one wants to run operation
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French PM: 'We are not at war'

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Romney Pledges To Use Executive Order To Repeal Obamacare...
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DEM LAWMAKER: IMPEACH OBAMA
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NYT: GLENN BECK MAY BOLT FOXNEWS; START HIS OWN CHANNEL
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FED: US Approaching Insolvency


BIDEN FLASHBACK: 'If he gives authorization to war... without Congressional approval, I will make it my business to impeach him
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Germans pull forces out of NATO ; Libyan coalition falls apart
----British Navy running short of Tomahawk missiles
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U.S. demanding gay rights support at U.N. body



WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration will introduce its first statement calling for the United Nations‘ top human rights body to combat discrimination against gays and lesbians around the world, completing a U.S. reversal from years of ambiguity on the subject during President George W. Bush's administration. The U.S. declaration will be made Tuesday at the Geneva-based Human Rights Council and has the support of more than 80 countries. Although it is not in the form of binding resolution, the American push for U.N. action has helped win over a handful of new countries to the cause. A resolution could be brought to a vote later this year. The issue of gay rights has polarized countries at the United Nations for years. And despite growing acceptance for homosexuality in Western nations and parts of Latin America,..
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IAEA unsure where Japan plant radiation coming from



TOKYO — Japan’s earthquake-hit nuclear complex is still emitting radiation but the source is unclear, a senior UN atomic agency official said, as workers faced another day of struggle on Wednesday to cool damaged reactor cores. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also raised concerns about a lack of information from Japanese authorities, as rising temperatures around the core of one reactor...
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Census 2010: Detroit population plummets to 713,777, lowest since 1910



Detroit’s population plunged 25% in the past decade to 713,777, the lowest count since 1910, four years before Henry Ford offered $5 a day to autoworkers, sparking a boom that quadrupled Detroit’s size in the first half of the 20th Century. Census figures released to the Free Press by a government source who asked not to be identified because the data has not been released publicly yet, show the city lost, on average, one resident every...
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Adulterers beware... it could raise your risk of heart attack
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Radiation spike in Tokyo; workers again flee facility
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Look who's in line to replace Gadhafi



"Al-Qaida has their own agents and their own people in the region who are propagating their own Islamic ideas and their agenda. At the right time they will make the move, and we will see the emergence of Islam and Shariah in that particular region," Choudary said.

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