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, November 2, 2011

Iceland volcano on brink of major eruption / Geologists Closely Monitoring Surge in Central Arkansas Quakes / 6.5 Earthquake Hits Off Northeastern Taiwan / 6.9 Quake Hits Peru / Red Alert for 2 Volcanoes in Chile /UFO At NFL Game: TV Camera Captures Strange Object In Flight During Broadcast / DRAMA: Return of the Drachma / QE3 on its way as Fed prepares Phillips trial / Greek vote sets off 'pandemonium', engulfs Italy

Iceland volcano on brink of major eruption

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Thailand Flood Misery Continues as Scientists Say Climate Change Is Causing More Weather Extremes
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Geologists Closely Monitoring Surge in Central Arkansas Quakes
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6.5 Earthquake Hits Off Northeastern Taiwan
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6.9 Quake Hits Peru
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Dozens of Houses Collapse in China Quake
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Sierraville, CA Quake Swarm Is Magma Dike Intrusion
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Red Alert for 2 Volcanoes in Chile
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Supermarket Shocker: Shoppers Try to Cope With Soaring Food Prices
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Xtranormal Explains The European Non-Bailout Best - With A Cartoon

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Media Glorifying Violent 'Occupy' Protests?
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Employers Consider Dropping Health Insurance Plans Once Obamacare Takes Effect
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A Brave Rabbi Speaks Out
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UFO At NFL Game: TV Camera Captures Strange Object In Flight During Broadcast
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Netanyahu trying to persuade cabinet to support attack on Iran


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are trying to muster a majority in the cabinet in favor of military action against Iran, a senior Israeli official has said. According to the official, there is a "small advantage" in the cabinet for the opponents of such an attack. Netanyahu and Barak recently persuaded Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who previously objected to attacking Iran, to support such a move. Although more than a million Israelis have had to seek shelter during a week of rockets raining down on the south, political leaders have diverted their attention to arguing over a possible war with Iran. Leading ministers were publicly dropping hints on Tuesday that Israeli could attack Iran, although a member of the forum of eight senior ministers said no such decision had been taken.
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Israel hikes missile range over Iran fears


TEL AVIV, Israel, Nov. 1 (UPI) -- Israel is reported to be seeking to extend the range of its Jericho- 3 ballistic missile, which could be used for pre-emptive military strikes against Iran's nuclear facilities. Amid persistent concerns that Israel may launch unilateral attacks, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, a hawk on the issue, warned Monday that a nuclear Iran will pose a direct threat to Israel. The Haaretz daily reported Tuesday the Israeli government stepped up its diplomatic campaign for tougher action to force Tehran to abandon its...
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Greek vote sets off 'pandemonium', engulfs Italy


The country's ruling Pasok party appeared to be splintering on Tuesdsay night, leaving it unclear whether the governent of premier George Papandreou can survive a parliamentary vote of confidence on Friday. Signs that the EU's pain-stakingly negotiated Grand Plan is unravelling within days has been a profound shock to confidence. A frantic search for safe havens led to the second biggest one-day fall ever recorded in Europe's AAA bond yields. Ten-year German Bund yields tumbled 25 basis points to 1.77pc, with similar moves in...
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QE3 on its way as Fed prepares Phillips trial


When Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, emerges from his meetings with the Federal Open Market Committee, he addresses the media in that most Delphic of dialects – “Fedspeak.” Like any good central banker, he is careful to preach the piety of price stability. Even if he believes that more inflation could help the US economy, he would be hard pressed to admit it. His allies on the FOMC, however, have more leeway. Charles Evans, president of the Chicago Fed, for instance, has openly declared his desire for more inflation.
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House Votes to Reaffirm 'In God We Trust' as Official U.S. Motto


The American public can rest assured that "In God We Trust" is in fact the official motto of the United States. The Republican-led House approved a resolution Tuesday night to reaffirm the slogan as the country's motto and encourage the public display of it in all public buildings, public schools...

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