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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Friday, December 16, 2011

US clears Iraqi airspace for Israeli strike on Iran.../ IMF chief: World on verge of 1930s' Great Depression / Fitch downgrades world's top banks / Australian Banks Given One Week To Prepare For European "Meltdown" / Bank of America sees deeper eurozone crisis before ECB rescue / JP Morgan: “Gold Is Money, Everything Else Is Credit” Or (No) Credibility! / MTV Martial Law Commercials – National Defense Authorization Act (S. 1867) /


Justice Department: Arizona Sheriff Arpaio violated federal law

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the self-proclaimed “America’s toughest lawman,” was accused Thursday in a scathing Justice Department report of violating federal law and the Constitution in his department’s handling of Hispanics it arrested and held in its jail system. Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez, who heads the department’s Civil Rights Division, said a three-year civil investigation found that the Phoenix sheriff and his deputies engaged in unconstitutional conduct and violations of federal law that jeopardized the sheriff’s...
-Justice Dept: AZ Sheriff violated federal law...
---Joe Arpaio Fights Back: 'Don't use me as whipping boy'...
-------Rick Perry defends Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio
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US clears Iraqi airspace for Israeli strike on Iran...
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State cracks down on motorists for changing oil too frequently...
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IMF chief: World on verge of 1930s' Great Depression

The world risks sliding into a 1930s-style slump unless countries settle their differences and work together to tackle Europe's deepening debt crisis, the head of the International Monetary Fund has warned. On a day that saw an escalation in the tit-for-tat trade battle between China and the United States and a deepening of the diplomatic rift between Britain and France, Christine Lagarde issued her strongest warning yet about the health of the global economy and said if the international community failed to co-operate the risk was of "retraction, rising protectionism, isolation". She added: "This is exactly the description of what happened in the 1930s, and what followed is not something we are looking forward to." The IMF managing director's call came amid growing concern that 2012 will see Europe slide into a...
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Debt crisis: Brussels accord on the verge of collapse

The banks that were downgraded last night include US banks Bank of America and Goldman Sachs, Barclays and France’s BNP Paribas. Switzerland’s Credit Suisse and Germany’s Deutsche Bank were also cut. The downgrade could raise the cost of borrowing for these banks. Fitch cut the “issuer default ratings” at the banks to “reflect challenges faced by the sector as a whole”. The ratings agency said: “These challenges result from both economic developments as well as a myriad of regulatory changes”. Credit ratings of the world’s...
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Australian Banks Given One Week To Prepare For European "Meltdown"
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Bank of America sees deeper eurozone crisis before ECB rescue
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New Foreclosure Wave is Coming

Despite a seasonal slowdown in overall foreclosure activity, and a process still bogged down and backed up by the "robo-signing" processing scandal, the U.S real estate market is about to be hit by another surge of bank repossessions, according to a new report from the online foreclosure sale site RealtyTrac. As banks resubmit millions of documents and courts begin hearing cases again, the backlog of over four million delinquent loans will start surging through the pipeline again. "November’s numbers suggest a new set of incoming foreclosure...
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Investors cash in as gold falls

The metal is down 8.2pc this week at $1,574 (£1,016) and on course for its first quarterly fall since 2008, when the financial crisis began. If another round of sell-offs today means the Friday-to-Friday fall exceeds September's 8.6pc drop, market watchers say it would mark a price plunge rivalling those of the early 1980s. Gold's safe haven status for investors in times of economic turmoil has seen its price hit record highs this year. But, counterintuitively, when conditions turn very negative, the gold price may drop – as seen in the immediate...
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Swedish professor links Israel to Norway massacre

A Swedish professor suggested Israel was behind the bloody terror attacks committed by Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik this past July, stirring up controversy in the country. Research professor Ola Tunander of the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) published an article in the Norwegian academic journal Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift in which he called to further examine Brevik's motives. According to Tunander, it is possible that some country was behind the terror attacks, hinting that Israel might be that country. Far right extremist Breivik...
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Rarely seen ancient Ten Commandments scroll to be exhibited for 1st time in NYC

NEW YORK — A well-preserved 2,000-year-old scroll of the Ten Commandments discovered in a cave is going on display in the city for the first time beginning Friday. The tiny scroll will be shown for 10 days at the Discovery Times Square exhibition space before returning to Israel. The parchment, which dates to between 50 B.C. and 1 A.D., was discovered in a cave near the Dead Sea in 1952. It must be kept in a light-and-humidity-controlled environment to avoid deterioration, exhibit organizers said. “The Ten Commandments scroll is actually in...
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First debris from Japanese earthquake/tsunami reaches West Coast....Dead bodies should start floating ashore within the year

PORT ANGELES — The first piece of debris that could be identified as washing up on the West Coast from the March 11 tsunami in Japan — a large black float — was found on a Neah Bay beach two weeks ago,..
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Giant Plumes Of Methane Bubbling To Surface of Arctic Ocean
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JP Morgan: “Gold Is Money, Everything Else Is Credit” Or (No) Credibility!
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Greek Submarine Volcano Near Santorini Island Rattled By 3.2 Magnitude Earthquake
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Christians, Jews Banned From Temple Mount In Jerusalem
The Israeli government is currently banning all non-Muslims from ascending the Temple Mount, considered the holiest site in Judaism. "It seems freedom of religion in Israel is only for Muslims and not for Christians and Jews," Danny Danon, deputy speaker of the Knesset, told WND, referring to the new restrictions. Jerusalem Police spokesman Shmulik Ben Ruby confirmed to WND that Jews and Christians are restricted from entering the Temple Mount due to safety concerns over the main access gate for non-Muslims, known as the Mughrabi Bridge. Yesterday, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat officially ordered the bridge to be indefinitely closed due to petitions from the city's Antiquities Authority citing fears the weakened wooden structure may collapse or catch fire.

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Exciting New Archaeological Evidence Uncovered - Could Be Site Of Biblical Sodom
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AFP: Plans to Replace U.S. Workers with Robots Advance Rapidly

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