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, February 2, 2012

Massive US Troop Movements In California Raise Russian Concerns | EUTimes.net / CA's San Onofre Nuclear Plant Closed After Radiation Leak... / India bracing for limited conflict with pushy China, says top US intel official / Survey of Banks Shows a Sharp Cut in Lending in Europe / Alaskan Volcano Could Erupt, Disrupt International Air Travel / Soaring Beef Prices Force Shoppers to Find Other Foods / FDA’s New Claim: “Your Body Is a Drug – and We Have the Authority to Regulate It!” / Hate Speech Will Evolve into Christian Speech Suppression / Corporations Have No Use for Borders WWIII / Update – The Battle Lines are Drawn? / Authorities Investigate 'Anthrax' and Obama Threat Aimed at Arizona Sheriff Arpaio / Act! for America Founder Speaks at anti-Shariah Conference in Nashville / What's erupting? Map of currently active volcanoes / Flesh-eating bug spread by coughs and sneezes spreading across the UK / TX Missionaries Found Murdered in Mexico — Drug Violence Feared / ISDA to Decide if 5 Major US Banks Go Bankrupt This Week / Chimeric Monkeys Born /Hugo Chavez’s Anti-Semitic Actions Have Allegedly Led Half of Venezuelan Jews to Flee



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Earthquake in Hawaii, no tsunami threat
Ke Alakai (blog)
A magnitude 4.7 earthquake and multiple aftershocks smaller in size hit 25 miles south of Hilo on Sunday, Jan. 22. No reports of injury or damage were filed. The quake hit at a depth of about five miles beneath the South flank of Kilauea, ...
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CA's San Onofre Nuclear Plant Closed After Radiation Leak...
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US DEBT BALLOONS: $15,356,140,000,000...
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REPORT: Full-body X-ray scanners to be deployed at Super Bowl...
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India bracing for limited conflict with pushy China, says top US intel official

NEW DELHI: The Indian Army may be preparing for a limited conflict with China, says the US' top intelligence official. In a testimony to the US Senate, James Clapper, director of national intelligence, said, "Despite public statements intended to downplay tensions between India and China, we judge that India is increasingly concerned about China's posture along their disputed border and Beijing's perceived aggressive posture in the Indian Ocean and Asia-Pacific region." Commenting on the Indian military modernization, Clapper said, "The Indian Army believes a major Sino-Indian conflict is not imminent, but the Indian military is strengthening its forces in preparation to fight a limited conflict along the disputed border, and is working to balance Chinese power projection in the Indian Ocean," he said. Giving a glimpse of...
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Syria: Russia warns against crossing 'red line'

New York, 1 Feb. (AKI/Bloomberg) - Russia warned Arab leaders against crossing a “red line” in trying to oust Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and said it wasn’t the job of the United Nations to dictate who stays in power and who goes. Arab League leaders, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and European foreign ministers called yesterday for the Security Council -- and indirectly Russia -- to adopt the Arab-European plan that would have Assad delegate his authority to a deputy who would start talks with the opposition within two months...
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Survey of Banks Shows a Sharp Cut in Lending in Europe

FRANKFURT — Banks in the euro area cut lending sharply at the end of 2011, according to data published Wednesday, raising concern that Europe was on the verge of a credit crisis that could lead to a deeper recession than expected. A quarterly survey of commercial banks by the European Central Bank showed a surge in the number of institutions that were becoming more restrictive about who they lent to, because the banks themselves were having trouble raising money and were under pressure from regulators to reduce risk. The survey, which...
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Family of murdered Border Patrol agent files $25M claim against ATF

The family of murdered Border Patrol agent Brian Terry has filed a $25 million wrongful death claim against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives claiming Terry was killed with AK-47s that were knowingly sold under the Fast and Furious gunrunning probe to a straw purchaser for drug cartels. In a 65-page complaint, served on the government on Wednesday, attorneys for the family claim ATF "wrongdoing" in Operation Fast and Furious. “ATF's failures were not only negligent but in violation of ATF's own policies and...
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Incredible image of 'black hole' shows one of the coldest and most isolated places in the universe

In a sky filled with bright stars, this image appears to show a massive black hole in its centre. But, rather than being a genuine black hole, the eerily dark 'hole' in this photograph is a cloud of matter - known to astronomers as a dark molecular cloud - which blocks all light from passing through it. In infrared images, though, it becomes transparent (below). The interiors of molecular clouds are some of the coldest and most isolated places in the universe. The bizarre sight is formed due to a high concentration of dust and molecular gas absorbing...
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Small Tremor Rattles Faults Around New Madrid Region
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2012 Message – Another New Madrid Fault Warning
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Alaskan Volcano Could Erupt, Disrupt International Air Travel
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Strangely Moving Antarctic Lakes Surprise Researchers
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FDA’s New Claim: “Your Body Is a Drug – and We Have the Authority to Regulate It!”
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Hate Speech Will Evolve into Christian Speech Suppression
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Blasphemous’ UK Film Featuring Jesus Being Seduced on the Cross Approved 23 Years After Being Banned
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CBO: Taxes Will ‘Shoot Up by More Than 30%’ Over Next 2 Years
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U.S. - China Energy Trade War Imminent?
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Europe's Debt Crisis: Where Things Stand
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Israel Hit with 1,000 Cyber Attacks a Minute
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Corporations Have No Use for Borders
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WWIII Update – The Battle Lines are Drawn? Posted by lamarzulli on January 31, 2012
---No Exit in Persian Gulf
-------Graphic Images Flood Out of Syria with at Least 6,000 Dead. Why No World Uproar?
------------Assad May Start Regional War If UN Tells Him to Step Down – Gulf Sources
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Authorities Investigate 'Anthrax' and Obama Threat Aimed at Arizona Sheriff Arpaio
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Act! for America Founder Speaks at anti-Shariah Conference in Nashville

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Risk of 'Accidental' Gulf War on the Rise
The Persian Gulf hasn't seen this kind of display of naval power since the final campaign against Saddam Hussein. Indeed, its size has prompted many to wonder whether it is merely posturing and bluffing or, rather, a sign of an upcoming fourth war in the Gulf.
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What's erupting? Map of currently active volcanoes
---Yellowstone volcano - Current status: restless (2 out of 5)
Typical eruption style: Explosive
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Flesh-eating bug spread by coughs and sneezes spreading across the UK
A flesh-eating form of pneumonia that is easily passed between healthy people on public transport is spreading across the UK, experts have warned. The deadly strain of MRSA called USA300 passes easily through skin-to-skin contact. It can also survive on surfaces and so has the potential to be picked up on crowded buses and tubes.  
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TX Missionaries Found Murdered in Mexico — Drug Violence Feared
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ISDA to Decide if 5 Major US Banks Go Bankrupt This Week
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Obama Tells Woman: "Interesting" Unemployed Husband Can't Find Job
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Chimeric Monkeys Born
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19 Crazy Things That School Children Are Being Arrested For In America
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Syria security forces retake Damascus suburbs from rebel forces
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UKIP Nigel Farage WHERE IS THE VETO NOW MR CAMERON?



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Hugo Chavez’s Anti-Semitic Actions Have Allegedly Led Half of Venezuelan Jews to Flee

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