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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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Perry Stone - Are Islamic Prophecies Pointing To Obama / Witnesses in four states report unusual UFO activity / Sarkozy calls for global regulation of Internet / Freed, girl who knifed her mother 'after being possessed by evil spirits'

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California Earthquake Shakes Bay Area
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Official: Ash will cancel up to 500 flights
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Volcano Erupts in Nicaragua

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UFO Watchers Experience Busy Weekend


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Hunt for Survivors: Families Return to Devastated Homes as Joplin Braces Itself for Another /
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Ash Turns Day into Night in Iceland
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Japanese Superquake Moved Ocean Floor 79 Feet Sideways and 10 Feet Up - New Data Shows
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Texas May See Biggest Drought Ever Bringing Record Farming, Ranching Losses
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ND Corn Growers Running Out of Time to Plant
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QE3 Has Already Started
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Supermassive Black Holes Are Spinning Faster Than Ever in the History of the Universe
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America Has Become the Harlot of the World

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NAU: Big Business Pushing for a Single Unified North American Regulatory Regime
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Witnesses in four states report unusual UFO activity
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Another outbreak of tornadoes rips nation's heartland
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Death toll reaches 124 in Joplin; Deadliest in half century
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Sarkozy calls for global regulation of Internet

PARIS (AP) — France wants better regulation of the Internet. Google's executive chairman says policymakers should tread lightly and avoid "stupid" rules. Bridging such differences about how the Internet could or should be more regulated took center stage Tuesday at an "e-G8" meeting aimed to parlay the digital world's growing economic clout into a cohesive message for world leaders at the Group of Eight summit later this week in Normandy. The two-day Paris gathering has brought together Internet and media world gurus such as Google Inc. executive chairman Eric Schmidt, News Corp. Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch and Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. And the discussion includes issues such as protecting children from "evil stuff" on line, preventing illegal downloading of copyrighted...
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Netanyahu's defiance on deal is 'declaration of war'

Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, wrapped up a rocky visit to Washington yesterday with a defiant speech to US Congress that appeared to dash any hopes of reviving stalled peace talks with the Palestinians. In what one Israeli commentator said would be the "speech of his life", Mr Netanyahu set forth his vision of peace, saying that he was willing to make "painful compromises" that would involve giving up parts of the "ancestral Jewish homeland". The address was received with rapturous approval from both houses of Congress,..
----Netanyahu: Applause constitute US confirmation
After a successful Congress address Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returns to Israel and the complex reality of a prospective declaration of a Palestinian state in September. He estimates that Israel's status has improved ahead of the challenge but regrets not acting earlier to draw support for his positions. He also says that improvements can be made in coordination with US President Barack Obama. In his Congress address, Netanyahu expressed willingness to make "painful compromises" on parts of the "ancestral Jewish homeland" but...
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Thousands stranded as ash cloud brings chaos

THOUSANDS of holidaymakers saw their plans thrown into disarray yesterday as airlines grounded their planes after a blanket of thick volcanic ash drifted over Scotland from an Icelandic volcano. Travellers at Edinburgh, Glasgow and Prestwick airports encountered long check-in queues and a frustrating list of cancellations after hopes faded that the cloud from Grimsvotn volcano...
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O'Donnell: I'm A Socialist, O'Reilly's A Socialist, You're A Socialist

MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell talks about basic, in his terms, socialism in the U.S. "Socialism doesn't mean that we're against making a profit; it just means that government takes over certain things like hospitals, the prisons and the military and schools that shouldn't be run for profit," Lawrence O'Donnell explained. Lawrence O'Donnell explains why he believes "socialism hater" Bill O'Reilly...
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Lenin's Jewish roots confirmed

For the first time ever, ordinary Russians can now see documents that appear to confirm long-standing rumors that Vladimir Lenin had Jewish heritage. In a country long plagued by anti-Semitism, such heritage can be a significant taint, especially for the founder of the Soviet Union who is still revered by many elderly Russians. Among dozens of newly released documents on display at the State History Museum is a letter written by Lenin's eldest sister, Anna Ulyanova, saying that their maternal grandfather was a Ukrainian Jew who converted to Christianity to escape...
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Freed, girl who knifed her mother 'after being possessed by evil spirits'

A young woman who repeatedly stabbed her mother as she slept has walked free from court after a judge accepted she believed she was acting on the instructions of evil spirits. Lorraine Mbulawa, 20, donned dark clothes, gloves and a home-made balaclava and attacked her mother with a kitchen knife in Braunstone Firth, Leicester. The 43-year-old victim saved herself by grabbing the weapon,..
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Equine virus outbreak spooks horse owners across Western U.S.

The horse named Powered By Pep had just won his class at a competition in Bakersfield when his owner, David Booth, noticed that the animal was not quite himself. "A little slow-footed," the 22-year-old Acton rancher recalled Monday. Booth had Pep's temperature taken and soon discovered that his 7-year-old bay gelding had fallen victim to a dire outbreak of equine herpes virus-1,..
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Howl Hitler: Nazis tried to teach dogs to talk and read – and claimed one could even discuss religion, incredible new book claims

Only a month ago it was revealed that the Nazis had planned to kill allied forces with poisoned sausages if they managed to set foot on German soil. Now an equally unlikely weapon in Hitler’s armoury has emerged – talking dogs.

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