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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Thursday, June 16, 2011

US Naval Movements Around Syria. Hizballah Moves Rockets / TSA 'Security Exercise' Covers 3 States, 5,000 Miles / Jet Fighter Encounters UFO? / Has the Earth Shifted – Or Is It Just Me? / UK Government Suggests Using Facebook As Part Of A National ID Assurance Scheme / Goats First, Then Humans: Females In Male Bodies Created - Goats that is right now! / Van Impe ministry abandons TBN in clash over Islam - Good we to to take a stand! against the apostasy of tbn / 'Something Big Is Coming',The Elite Know It. But What Exactly Is It?

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Stocks Fall Over 1% Amid Euro Zone, Greece Worries
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Nebraska nuke plant totally surrounded by floodwaters
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Thousands of Macy's Employees Set to Strike at Midnight; Company Trying to Pay Workers Less as it Makes Record Profits
How's this for a deal? When their contract expires at midnight tonight, Macy's employees will start to see eroded earnings, higher healthcare costs, less paid time off, and fewer opportunities to advance within the company, while the department store's CEO will continue to enjoy a multimillion-dollar compensation package (it totaled $15 million last year).
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Tennessee Tracking Three Strains of E. coli
Clusters of E. coli infection reported in Eastern Tennessee could be the "new normal" as non-O157 Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) take their place beside O157, making outbreaks all that...
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LAWMAKERS SUE OBAMA OVER 'ILLEGAL' WAR IN LIBYA
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Huge Drop In Silver Inventory Today!
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Delete Facebook
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US Naval Movements Around Syria. Hizballah Moves Rockets
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No Signs Chile Volcano Easing - Geologists
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REPORT: Obama campaign strikes special deal with GOOGLE advertising
-----Company rep says ad program 'released to a select few clients'
--------FLASHBACK: GOOGLE execs shower Obama's inaugural committee with cash
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Extra Medicaid Money Runs Out This Month
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TSA 'Security Exercise' Covers 3 States, 5,000 Miles
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Jet Fighter Encounters UFO?  

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Longest lunar eclipse for a decade turns moon blood red
A LUNAR eclipse is under way, turning the morning Melbourne sky a stunning blood red colour. The specific phenomenon, known as a deep lunar eclipse, often exudes a coppery colour but it has been enhanced today because of the amount of ash in the atmosphere.  
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European Parliament: East Jerusalem should be Palestinian capital
The European Parliament supports the creation of a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders with agreed land swaps, its president said Wednesday. It embraced the vision for peace in the Middle East as outlined by U.S. President Barack Obama in a May 19 address in Washington, European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek said. -he backed the Palestinians on the issue of Jerusalem, explicitly saying East Jerusalem should become the capital of their state.  
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Corn prices rise as multiple floods cut into crop
Water has been rising in fields along the Missouri as federal engineers let more water out of reservoirs upstream to ease conditions there. With the flooding expected to continue into August, it's not clear yet how much farmland will be affected.
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Tanks deploy in east Syria; residents flee northern town
Thousands of Syrians fled the historic town of Maarat al-Numaan on Wednesday to escape tank forces thrusting into the country's north in a widening military campaign to crush protests against President Bashar Assad. In the tribal east, where Syria's 380,000 barrels per day of oil is produced, tanks and armored vehicles deployed in the city of Deir al-Zor and around Albu Kamal on the border with Iraq, a week after tens of thousands of people took to the streets demanding an end to Assad's autocratic rule.  
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Euthanasia Study Raises 'Chilling' Concern That Patients Could be Killed to Harvest Better Organs
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5.5 Earthquake Strikes Near Japan
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More aftershocks hit NZ city; fears worse to come
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Heavy rain floods part of east Australia; 2K flee
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SOUTH Korean researchers have successfully cloned a cow that died three years ago using new freezing and thawing technology.
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    CERN Stargate Creates Temperatures 100,000 Times Hotter Than Center Of The Sun/
Panetta: Obama Can Unilaterally Use Military Whenever He Likes
CIA Director Leon Panetta, who President Barack Obama has nominated to be secretary of Defense, told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday that he believes the president can unilaterally use military force, without congressional authorization to “protect our national interests.”

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Protecting Their Right To Rape Women And Kids, Supreme Court Grants Victory To Rapists And Paedophiles
Thousands of sex offenders, including rapists and paedophiles, will be able to apply to be removed from the sex crimes register under human rights laws, the Government has announced. A Supreme Court ruling has forced the Government reluctantly to draw up new rules allowing serious sex offenders put on the register for life to have their place on the list reconsidered. The Home Office plans were opposed by child protection campaigners and Conservative MPs, who said some offenders could never be considered completely “safe”. The new rules were drawn up because the Supreme Court ruled that automatic lifetime inclusion on the register breached the Human Rights Act.

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Has The Earth Shifted?
This morning after waking up (very early) to many birds chirping like an angry alarm clock, I was conversing with some friends of mine about the suns position and I decided to film a short clip to demonstrate a few points. Something about the sun seems different lately, from my understanding the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. The position of the sun has been striking me as being different lately, something might be going on. According to official data — with the sun 10 to 15 degrees off the horizon it should have been positioned at around 70 degrees toward the east when I spotted it at 5:45 am PST, when in fact it was positioned at 29-30 degrees north by northwest according to my compass.
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UK Government Suggests Using Facebook As Part Of A National ID Assurance Scheme
Even as privacy regulators in Germany and Ireland investigate Facebook’s controversial facial recognition software to determine if it is in breach of national and European privacy legislation, the UK government is considering using the social networking site as part and parcel of an "identity assurance scheme". And this just 13 months after being elected on a manifesto pledge to do away with ID cards. Martyn Warwick reports. The much-reviled and horrendously expensive British national ID card might have been abandoned but the concept dies hard and now elements within the UK's coalition government are attempting to resurrect it by using Facebook and its ilk as a de facto identity service so that citizens can gain access to various online services. A "prototype" is expected to be in place by October this year with a full-blown system slated for sometime in 2013.
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Goats First, Then Humans: Females In Male Bodies CreatedAs you probably already know, male goats are called bucks or billies, and female goats are called does or nannies, but the results of some strange genetic modification have given rise to a new term altogether, "goys" -- transgender goats which are essentially females in male bodies. Scientists working for a genetic research institute in New Zealand have begun breeding for these transgender goats, equipped with full male anatomy, in order to see if the milk they produce will bear similarities with human breast milk. Oh goy, this can't be good. According to Steffan Browning, an official from New Zealand's Soil and Health Department who recently toured the facility, operated by AgResearch, around 75 percent of the goats bred there are females trapped in the bodies of sterile males. Browning raised concerns about the work being done there, which includes various bioengineering experiments and pharmacological studies -- namely that the transgender modifications could find their way into the broader goat gene pool or even on to other species.
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Political turmoil in Greece amid austerity uproar
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New E.coli outbreak in France, 5 children in hospital
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Ex-CIA: 'Forged document'
released as birth certificate
Gen. Paul Vallely: Congress afraid to probe
'possible felony' over fears of 'black backlash'

------FBI covering 'felony offense' for Obama Gen. Paul Vallely: Congress fears 'treasonous' outcome of birth-certificate probe
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Van Impe ministry abandons TBN in clash over Islam Network turned back episode that challenged leaders over 'apostasy' - "I Will Not Be Silenced! I will not allow anyone to tell me what I can and cannot preach," Van Impe said in a statement when TBN would not allow his program to air.- The dispute arose over the issue of advocating for "Chrislam" and other efforts that are designed to find "common ground" between Christians and Muslims. TBN declined to air one of Van Impe's programs that contained sharp criticisms of leaders such as Rick Warren of "The Purpose Driven Life" fame and Robert Schuller - "When I see heretical teaching leading to apostasy, I will speak out," he said. "The Bible says 'All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:' (II Timothy 3:16).
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New York Assembly passes gay marriage bill

(AP) ALBANY, N.Y. — New York's Democrat-led Assembly has passed a bill to legalize gay marriage and a critical vote by the state Senate could take place this week if that chamber's Republican majority brings the measure to the floor. Assemblyman Charles Lavine of Long Island said Wednesday he believes his chamber's approval of gay marriage means that somewhere America's founding fathers "have smiles on their faces." But Assemblyman Dov Hikind of Brooklyn said gay marriage is wrong in the eyes of God. Gay marriage is...
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Glenn Beck's Jerusalem rally program unveiled

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Defense of Marriage Act called unconstitutional by bankruptcy judge

The nation's largest bankruptcy court has declared a controversial law banning federal recognition of gay marriages unconstitutional. The ruling in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California was the first to address the constitutionality of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act since U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. announced in February that the Obama administration considered the law discriminatory and would no longer defend it in court. The decision issued by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Thomas Donovan was prompted by a joint...
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Millions strike in Greece over austerity plans

Greece, the sickest patient in the ailing eurozone, was rocked yesterday by a nationwide strike of millions of workers and hours of rioting in street protests against the government's austerity plans. The day ended with an announcement by its embattled Prime Minister, George Papandreou, that he would reshuffle his Cabinet in an attempt to push through measures to alleviate the country's...
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US faces 'substantial' probability of recession, warns Yale economist Robert Shiller

NOTED economist Robert Shiller said today there was a "substantial" probability the world's biggest economy could lurch again into recession. Noting weak global data -- including a stubbornly depressed US housing market -- were flashing warning signs, Mr Shiller said the US economy right now faced a "tipping point". "Forecasting models would say no" on the question of whether the US will face a double-dip, Mr Shiller said. "But I'm seeing signs that encourage me to worry about that." The Yale professor and one of the two men behind the S&P...
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Foreigners Make Run on US Housing Market

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Iran 'speeds up missile development'

Iran has accelerated efforts to develop a long-range ballistic missile, despite tough international sanctions imposed a year ago, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz has reported, citing an unpublished report by U.N. experts. At the same time, The Jerusalem Post quoted another U.N. report as saying Iran conducted unannounced test-firings of two of its most advanced missiles, the Shibah-3b and the Sejjil-1, in February. These accounts coincide with a third U.N. report, by the International Atomic Energy Agency, dated May 24 that indicated the Iranians may...
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U.S. Urged Japan to Speed Up Contingency Plans for War in Korea

WikiLeaks is again proving a thorn in the side of the U.S. military, with recently leaked documents indicating that Washington asked Tokyo to conduct a status report on the availability of its civilian airports and ports in 2008 in the event of a war breaking out on the Korean Peninsula. Japan’s Asahi Shimbun reported on Wednesday Washington called on Tokyo to wrap...
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Report: Regulators knew Monsanto’s Roundup linked to human birth defects

WASHINGTON -- Industry regulators have known for years that Roundup, the world's best-selling herbicide produced by U.S. company Monsanto, causes birth defects, according to a new report released Tuesday. The report, "Roundup and birth defects: Is the public being kept in the dark?" found regulators knew as long ago as 1980 that glyphosate, the chemical on which Roundup is based, can cause birth defects in laboratory animals. But despite such warnings, and although the European Commission has known that glyphosate...
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Genetic 'green light' could lead to a cure for hundreds of ills

Scientists have altered the ‘code of life’ in a breakthrough that could lead to cures for hundreds of devastating diseases. The discovery, hailed as ‘the new miracle of modern medicine’ could lead to ways of ending the symptoms and the pain caused by up to a third of genetic conditions. These include cystic fibrosis, Britain’s most common life-threatening inherited condition, haemophilia and Duchenne muscular dystrophy, an incurable...
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'Something Big Is Coming',The Elite Know It. But What Exactly Is It?
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New Planetary System Has South African Astronomers Doing A Double Take
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New hidden earthquake fault in California could release flood from nearby dam

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