Proverbs 22:3 NLT

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

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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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Friday, September 16, 2011

!!!!!Pat Robertson: It's Okay To Divorce And Put Away Spouse With Alzheimer’s Disease, And Then To Take A New Lover / Palestinians back off UN Security Council statehood bid / New Australian passports allow third gender option / Canary Islands Govt. Puzzled by El Hierro 6000+ Quake Swarm / Netanyahu says he'll address UN ahead of PA statehood vote / Netanyahu set for UN showdown... / In sharp U-turn, Palestinians to go through with UN Security Council statehood bid-Palestinians to seek full UN membership Sept. 23-The folly of the Palestinian statehood bid / Israeli-Greek defense pact invoked versus Turkish naval and air movements / China to 'liquidate' US Treasuries, not dollars / Armored Syrian forces storm towns near Turkey border / IDF on high alert ahead of ‘September’ demonstrations / Gold's rollercoaster ride is far from over /

Obama campaign attacks
author probing eligibility
'The White House is in panic mode.
The White House knows the truth'

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Rush on N.Y. victory: 'No Democrat is safe' 'Another bitch slap is what this is, and it continues'
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Palestinians back off UN Security Council statehood bid
---Israel warns of ‘harsh’ consequences if Palestinians go ahead with statehood bid
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The New Hospital Gestapos: Get Hurt And We'll Sell Your Home, Car, Furniture And Drain Your Bank AccountAmerican hospitals have devised a scheme to guarantee they never get stuck with an unpaid bill. It's called guardianship... Ginger Franklin, Hendersonville, Tennessee, fell down the stairs in her condo and suffered a bump on her head. She was declared "temporarily mentally incapacitated" and a guardian was appointed through the courts. Within six weeks, the guardian had sold Franklin's home, car, furniture, and drained her bank account. Today, Franklin has her freedom back, but she is having to start all over.

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Census: US poverty rate swells to nearly 1 in 6
WASHINGTON (AP) - The ranks of the nation's poor swelled to nearly 1 in 6 people last year, reaching a new high as long-term unemployment woes left millions of Americans struggling and out of work. The number of uninsured edged up to 49.9 million, the biggest in over two decades. The Census Bureau's annual report released Tuesday...
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Pa. federal judge rules against insurance mandate
President Obama's plan to require individual Americans to purchase health insurance or pay a penalty exceeds the powers granted both the president and Congress by the Constitution, a federal district court judge ruled Tuesday in Harrisburg.
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US Homeland Security now tracking medical records of Canadians
(NaturalNews) If you are a Canadian citizen trying to visit the US, but have a history of mental illness -- even just a minor, non-violent incident that was recorded in official records -- you could be denied entry by the US Department of Homeland Security...
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Concealed Carry Reciprocity Advocates Could Get Major Win With New House Bill
Congressional support is growing for a bill that would force all states to honor concealed carry permits issued in any other state, allowing citizens to take their firearms across state lines. If passed, the National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011 would be a huge win for Second Amendment advocates, giving a gut punch to many state and municipal gun control efforts.
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Mysterious light over Southwest likely a fireball
A brilliant bright light seen streaking in the night sky over the Southwest was most likely a fireball - a fragment of an asteroid that entered Earth's atmosphere, a NASA scientist said. Residents from Phoenix to Las Vegas to Southern California's coastal areas reported to local authorities and media outlets Wednesday that they saw the light move quickly from west to east at around 7:45 p.m. PDT.  

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New Australian passports allow third gender option
Australians have been given a third choice when describing their gender on passport applications, under new guidelines aimed at removing discrimination. Transgender people and those of ambiguous sex will be able to list their gender as indeterminate, which will be shown on passports as an X.  
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Japanese military holds emergency evacuation drills near Fukushima ... Military braces for large scale emission of radioactive material from crippled nuclear plant

FUKUSHIMA -- The Ground Self-Defense Force (GSDF) and residents of the zone between 20 and 30 kilometers from the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant held an emergency evacuation drill on Sept. 12. The drill, held in preparation for any further large-scale emission of radioactive materials from the plant, was the first involving local residents. The GSDF held a similar drill without civilian participation in July. The scenario for the drill presupposed further meltdown of the Fukushima plant's No. 3 reactor core, and a local accumulation of radioactive materials emitting 20 millisieverts of radiation within the next four days. A total of some 400 GSDF personnel were deployed for the drill held in the municipalities of Minamisoma, Tamura, Kawauchi, Hirono, Tomioka and Naraha. Thirty-two municipal workers and firefighters...
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‘Turkey may launch ground offensive into Iraq at any time’

Turkey said on Tuesday that its military may launch a ground offensive against terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) targets in northern Iraq at any time in accordance with ongoing talks with Iraqi Kurdish officials as part of cooperation against the PKK. Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin said in response to questions from reporters as to whether Turkey is pondering a ground operation in northern Iraq that talks with the Kurdish regional administration in northern Iraq are still under way and that a cross-border ground offensive could be launched...
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European banks face major reckoning

European banks are facing a reckoning over hundreds of billions of dollars in loans extended to the continent’s cash-strapped governments with potential losses so large, if countries default, that some financial firms could be put out of business. The tumbling value of government bonds issued by some European governments is already undermining the health of major banks. On Wednesday, Moody’s Investors Service cut the credit rating of two large French banks, due to their holdings of Greek government bonds and to wider...
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Save the doomed euro by setting up a new super-state'THE EU’s top bureaucrat yesterday claimed that only a fully-fledged super-state can save the euro. Jose Manuel Barroso, the Commission’s President, said the deepening economic crisis in Europe was a “fight for integration”. His outburst was seen by opponents of the march towards a federal Europe as exposing the ultimate ambitions of the Brussels bureaucracy. Mr Barroso spoke out amid yet more desperate efforts to stop debt-ridden Greece going bust and wrecking the single currency. “What we need now is a new, unifying impulse, a new federalist...
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German banks could be next hit by debt crisis

FRANKFURT – Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s warned a widening of the European debt crisis could have severe consequences for German banks. “The refinancing base of large German banks is sensitive, and a potential loss of confidence in the case of a widening of the crisis could create the need for support, as it did after Lehman,” Stefan Best, senior director for financial institutions ratings at S&P, told Reuters in written answers to questions. Rival agency Moody’s earlier on Wednesday cut the credit ratings of French banks Societe Generale...
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Huge Surge in Bank of America Foreclosures

Bank of America is ramping up its foreclosure processing, sending out far more notices of default to borrowers in August than in previous months, well over 200 percent more month-to-month. A notice of default is the first stage of the foreclosure process in non-judicial foreclosures states, that is, where foreclosures do not go before a judge. The notice of default is usually sent when a borrower is 90 days or more overdue...
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Strong Earthquake Jolts Cuba Coast 6.0-magnitude
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Dust Drifts Across Iceland as Quake Swarms Rattle
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Earthquakes Hit Japan, Cuba, California, Alabama: Cause for Concern?
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New emotion detector can see when we're lying
The computerised system uses a simple video camera, a high-resolution thermal imaging sensor and a suite of algorithms. 
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'Warships could be in E. Mediterranean at any moment'
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan said on Thursday Israel could not do whatever it wanted in the Eastern Mediterranean and that Turkish warships could be there at any moment. "Israel cannot do whatever it wants in the eastern Mediterranean. They will see what our decisions will be on this subject. Our navy attack ships can be there at any moment," Erdoğan told a news conference on a visit to the Tunisian capital.  
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Netanyahu says he'll address UN ahead of PA statehood vote
After weeks of deliberation, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced Thursday that he would go to United Nations General Assembly meeting next week to discuss the Palestinian statehood bid. Speaking at a press conference with visiting Czech Prime Minister Petr Nečas, Netanyahu said he will "speak the truth to those who want to hear it" at the UN General Assembly.  
---Netanyahu set for UN showdown...
-------Address planned for same day as Palestinian state bid...
-----------In sharp U-turn, Palestinians to go through with UN Security Council statehood bid
---------------Palestinians to seek full UN membership Sept. 23

The folly of the Palestinian statehood bid
----Israeli-Greek defense pact invoked versus Turkish naval and air movements
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NFL wants pat downs from 'ankles up' at all stadiums...
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'X' now a gender option on Aussie passports...
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Camera Lens Falls From Sky, Crashes Through Home...
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3-Year-Olds Branded “Racist,” “Homophobic” Put In Government Database
Over 30,000 British schoolchildren, some as young as three, have had their names registered on a government database and branded “racist” or “homophobic” for using playground insults, infractions that could impact their future careers. The shocking figures were disclosed after civil liberties group the Manifesto Club made a Freedom of Information Act request which betrayed the fact that kids who used petty jibes are now being treated as thought criminals by education authorities.  
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China to 'liquidate' US Treasuries, not dollars
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20 Signs Of Imminent Financial Collapse In Europe
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British Leader Warns Russia “Time Of End” Has Come  -
The sobering details emerging from the rare and unexpected visit to Russia by Prime Minister David Cameron reveal that the British leader “warned” President Medvedev that the United States is “firmly intent” upon unleashing World War III and if not stopped warned the “time of end” has come to us all.
According to this report, Cameron’s fears of the US throwing the entire world into the abyss of global warfare were accelerated this past spring after Libya discovered that the Obama regime allowed the American megabank Goldman Sachs to loot nearly $1.3 billion of its sovereign wealth fund (estimated at $65 billion) which has since “lined the pockets” of these bankster criminals who have, likewise, destroyed the United States economy too.
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Armored Syrian forces storm towns near Turkey border
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U.S. Essentially Defenseless From Stunning New Weapon
As the nation remembers the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington on Sept. 11, 2001, experts are warning that the U.S. effectively is defenseless against an electro-magnetic pulse attack or a far less expensive radio frequency attack on the nation's critical military and civilian electric and electronic infrastructure. Two experts – one a communications systems engineer involved in classified programs who works on EMP vulnerabilities and the other a U.S. Defense Department analyst knowledgeable of their impact – said that the nation's sensitive telecommunications and the electronic systems embedded in its financial and banking institutions can be "fried" by a "turn of the switch." The result could be a chaos that could allow terrorists to attack virtually at will.

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Transhumanists Are Not Sure You Have Free Will And Thus May Be Predestined For The Artilect War
---Bible Discovery By Sharon Gilbert Uncovers Hidden Prophecy About The Artilect War!?
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Memorialized UFOs? Visible Only From Above, Mystifying Wheels With Glowing Lines Discovered All Across Mideast
They stretch from Syria to Saudi Arabia, can be seen from the air but not the ground, and are virtually unknown to the public. They are the Middle East's own version of the Nazca Lines — ancient "geolyphs," or drawings, that span deserts in southern Peru — and now, thanks to new satellite-mapping technologies, and an aerial photography program in Jordan, researchers are discovering more of them than ever before. They number well into the thousands. Referred to by archaeologists as "wheels," these stone structures have a wide variety of designs, with a common one being a circle with spokes radiating.
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Pat Robertson: It's Okay To Divorce And Put Away Spouse With Alzheimer’s Disease, And Then To Take A New Lover
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6,000 earthquakes at El Hierro in two months....Experts puzzled by earthquake swarm in Canary Islands

The Canary Islands Government says it has commenced an in-depth geological survey of El Hierro, the smallest of the islands, in an effort to determine the source of an earthquake swarm. The unprecedented seismic activity commenced on 19 July. In excess of 6,000 earthquakes have been recorded up to 14 September 2011. More than two dozen tremors were recorded during Wednesday (14 Sept.) alone. The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. The earth tremors have ranged between 1 and 3 magnitude, the National Geographic Institute (IGN) reported. However, the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands and Actualidad Volcánica...
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Should East Coast residents worry about tsunami from Canary Islands?
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7.3-magnitude quake strikes in Pacific, near Fiji islands
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Strong Earthquake Jolts Cuba’s Southeast Coast
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Mild earthquake rumbles off Vancouver Island

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IDF on high alert ahead of ‘September’ demonstrations

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Financial crisis: spectre of credit crunch returns as banks pump money into markets

As the head of the International Monetary Fund warned of a new “dangerous phase of the crisis”, the Bank of England and other central banks said they would start lending cash to European banks that were struggling to borrow. Such “liquidity-providing operations” were last conducted in 2008 and 2009 at the height of the credit crisis, when banks’ reluctance to lend to one another threatened to cripple the financial system. The latest developments came on the third anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Bros, the US bank whose demise...
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S&P’s Chambers Sees One-in-Three Chance of Another U.S. Credit Downgrade

John B. Chambers, a managing director of Standard & Poor’s, said today that there is a one- in-three chance of another U.S. debt downgrade, though a change may not occur until late 2012 or 2013. “If there were another downgrade, it would probably be because something has happened with the...
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Faber: Now is Time to Buy 'Dirt Cheap' Gold

Others may veer away from the high price of gold, but Gloom, Boom and Doom editor Marc Faber says the precious yellow metal is “dirt cheap.” In the face of what he describes as "failed Keynesian policy," Faber says his investing strategy is to continue to accumulate more gold and remain diversified. "In fact, I could make an analysis to show that the price of gold today is probably cheaper than when it was $300 per ounce...
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Russian spacecraft with 3 crewmembers undocks from ISS

A Russian manned spacecraft undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) early on Friday to bring three members of the orbital station's crew back to Earth, the Russian Mission Control said. The Soyuz TMA-21 spacecraft with ISS crewmembers Andrei Borisenko, Alexander Samokutyayev and Ron Garan was originally scheduled to land on September 8, but the failed launch of a Progress space freighter on August 24 forced the rescheduling. The spacecraft is expected to land some 147 kilometers east of the city of Dzhezkazgan...
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Sarah Palin's husband Todd slams 'disgusting' Joe McGinniss book

The book, "The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin", was written by Joe McGinniss, who created a furore last year by renting a house next door to the Palin family in Alaska. Citing unnamed "publishing sources," the National Enquirer said McGinniss claims in the book that Mrs Palin, had "a steamy interracial hookup" with Glen Rice, a basketball star, less than a year before she...
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NASA -Mysterious Light Seen In Southwestern Skies Not UFO, Not Falling Satellite,Maybe Asteroid?

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