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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Monday, April 16, 2012

TV: Israel Gearing-Up For Iran Attack... / TV: Israel Gearing-Up For Iran Attack... / Cheney: Obama 'Unmitigated Disaster' for United States / 'Dead Sea Drying' – An Ancient Pattern / Two volcanoes in Costa Rica now reporting increased activity / Scientists establish first quantum network- quantum internet could be next step /

GOOGLE FOUNDER: WEB FREEDOM UNDER THREAT...
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File: Fighter jet at the Uvda Air Force Base near Eilat. (photo credit: Ofer Zidon/Flash90)
TV: Israel Gearing-Up For Iran Attack...
---Op-ed: Why Israel may attack Iran before U.S. election
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STORM WEEKEND: Residents digging out after tornadoes hit Midwest...
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Kenya Sees Spike in Obama Administration-Funded Projects...
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Supplies for Assad - German Ship Carrying Weapons Stopped Near Syria

A German-owned freighter loaded with weapons from Iran was stopped on Friday near the Syrian port of Tartus in the Mediterranean Sea, SPIEGEL has learned. A few days prior, the Atlantic Cruiser, owned by the Emden carrier Bockstiegel, had allegedly picked up heavy military equipment and munitions meant for Syrian dictator Bashar Assad's regime from an Iranian freighter at the Djibouti port. The cargo, desperately needed reinforcements for Assad's crackdown on dissidents, was supposed to be unloaded on Friday. But defectors...
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Mob of anarchists attack NYC STARBUCKS...
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Hillary Clinton Dances the Night Away in Colombia

CARTAGENA, Colombia — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton kicked back Saturday night, dancing and drinking beer at a local hotspot after a day of summit meetings in Cartagena. The AFP/Getty got images of the Secretary dancing at Café Havana with her hands up in the air and swigging a local brew with friends. Clinton and President Obama are...
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Cheney: Obama 'Unmitigated Disaster' for United States

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Deputy Foreign Minister Says Russia Disagrees With G8 on Gay Rights

Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Friday that Russia disagreed with the other Group of 8 countries on the issue of protecting the rights of sexual minorities. Ryabkov said Russia disagrees with the notion of sexual minorities' having separate rights because there are not different laws for people of different sexual orientations in international law, Interfax reported. He said Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed this view at a meeting of G8 foreign ministers in Washington this week. The G8 consists of eight of the world's largest...
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The long arm of the IRS in Canada

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George Soros Nails It: Why The Situation In Europe Is Only Getting Worse

In his speech at the Institute For New Economic Thinking conference in Berlin, George Soros delivered one of the best and most concise assessments of what went wrong in Europe, and why things are getting worse. You can download the full speech here (.pdf), but below we've excerpted what we think is the most powerful part. In relatively few words he correctly assess the flaws of the Maastricht Treaty (the treaty that established the common currency and the rules designed to prevent government overindebtedness), and how the steps being...
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States make headway on abortion restriction

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Handy tech: ATMs that read palms to be introduced by Japanese bank — no card needed

Following Japan's devastating quake and tsunami last year, many survivors were unable to access their funds because their bank cards and books had been washed away. The problem gave one bank in the country the idea to develop ATMs using palm-scanning biometric technology, doing away with the need for cards and books. A Japanese banking group has announced it will soon be offering its customers the opportunity to make ATM cash withdrawals using palm-scanning biometric technology, doing away with the need for bank cards...
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U.S. troops to have 'super vision' as Pentagon orders electric contact lenses that let them 'see' through drones flying overhead

Google wowed the world this week with its Project Glass computer glasses - but the U.S. Army is investing in a technology one step ahead. The Pentagon has placed an order with Innovega for lenses which focus 3D battlefield information from drones and satellites directly into people's eyeballs. The tiny 'screens' sit directly on users' eyeballs and work with a pair of lightweight glasses with a built-in translucent screen. The experience is equivalent to a 240-inch television viewed at a distance of 10 feet, says Innovega's CEO Steve Willey. 'Warfighters need...
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Scientists to build 'human brain': Supercomputer will simulate the entire mind and will help fight against brain diseases

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'Dead Sea Drying' – An Ancient Pattern

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Mexico’s sleeping Popocatépetl volcano awakens again
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Two volcanoes in Costa Rica now reporting increased activity
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Far-right gaining ground in France as anti-immigration fever and nationalism heat up election
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Scientists establish first quantum network- quantum internet could be next step
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War-footing? Iranian commander says Iran among the most powerful forces in the world

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