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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Monday, June 25, 2012

DEATH PANEL: SUPREMES SET FATAL BLOW TO OBAMACARE? / Spains requests $125 billion bailout.../ Europe To Launch Massive Two Trillion Euro Bailout Package /Argentine nervous savers withdrew 522 million dollars in the last week / Debt contagion risks rising in Argentina: residents withdrew $522 million dollars from bank accounts last week / Top atheist blogger goes Christian / Gerald Celente on Old-Man Europe, Romney & Sons, and a Golden Summer

Europe fears spook equities, euro
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - Equities hit a one-week low and Spanish borrowing costs rose on Monday as investors worried that policymakers at a European summit ...

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DEATH PANEL: SUPREMES SET FATAL BLOW TO OBAMACARE? - http://drudgereport.com/
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Pandemonium at Denver jazz fest as shooting breaks out; cop killed...
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Spains requests $125 billion bailout...
---Germany rebuffs Obama's advice on euro crisis...
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Israel ‘will be destroyed’ if it attacks our nuclear program: Iranian general

DUBAI – A high-ranking Iranian general said on Saturday Israeli military action against Iran’s nuclear program would lead to the collapse of the Jewish state, Fars news agency reported. Last week’s round of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers in Moscow failed to secure a breakthrough, heightening fears Israel might take unilateral military action to curb Iran’s nuclear activities. The two sides agreed to a follow-up meeting of technical experts on July 3, saving the process from outright failure. “They cannot do the slightest harm to the [Iranian] revolution and the system,” Brigadier General Mostafa Izadi, deputy chief of staff of Iran’s armed forces, told Fars. “If the Zionist regime takes any [military] actions against Iran, it would result in the end of its labours,” he added. “If they act logically, such threats amount to a psychological...
---Israeli strike on Iran would lead to end of Zionist regime, Tehran general warns
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NATO to hold emergency meet over Turkish jet shot down by Syria

NATO will hold emergency talks on Tuesday to discuss Syria’s downing of a Turkish jet fighter, but the alliance is not expected to take military action, even if it confirms Turkey’s claim that the unarmed plane was attacked in international airspace. The incident has further raised regional tensions over the conflict in Syria, where some 40 people were reported killed Sunday in new clashes between rebels and government troops. On Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sharply criticized Syria for downing the Turkish plane, which Turkey’s...
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Europe To Launch Massive Two Trillion Euro Bailout Package

With tremendous volatility in global markets, today King World News interviewed one of the savviest guys in the business, Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist for Raymond James. Saut surprised KWN by saying that Europe is about to launch “a two trillion euro bailout package.” He also stated that this “puts our Federal Reserve into a box whereby they will have to provide some kind of liquidity event in order to keep the US dollar from spiking higher.” Saut also discussed gold, but first, here is what he had to say about the crisis in Europe...
---Argentine nervous savers withdrew 522 million dollars in the last week
Foreign-currency deposits fell to 10.52 billion on June 15, the central bank said in a report Friday. Those deposits are overwhelmingly US dollars, which Argentines view as a safe haven amid times of economic uncertainty. The loss of dollar deposits still isn't a serious threat to banks, as they represent less than 10% of their total deposit base. However, the dwindling stock of dollar...
----------US fears will ease pressure on euro, says Deutsche Bank
----------------Tony Blair calls on Germany to back 'grand plan' to save eurozone
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U.S. Army truck drivers-in-training rolling around St. Louis

ST. LOUIS • Those armored Army trucks you might see cruising down St. Louis highways over the next eight days are no cause for alarm, St. Louis police say. Army reservists from the 354th military police company will be racking up highway miles around St. Louis in armored security vehicles through June 29, Lt. Col. Nathan Bond, an Army spokesman, said Thursday. The reservists will be getting classroom instruction as well as behind-the-wheel road training in how to drive the armored trucks. About 10 trainers from the 200th military police company...
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Lawmakers claim Air Force culture becoming 'hostile towards religion'

Dozens of House lawmakers accused the U.S. Air Force this week of being "hostile towards religion," citing a string of recent incidents they claim show the military is taking separation of church and state too far. "Censorship is not required for compliance with the Constitution," they wrote in a letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. The letter from 66 Republican members of Congress referenced a series of cases where they claim the Air Force "succumbed" to demands from outside groups. Among the incidents: A decision to remove a Latin...
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Top atheist blogger goes Christian
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Surprise! Big Asteroid That Flew By Earth Larger Than Thought

A massive asteroid that zipped by Earth last week is actually twice as large as scientists originally thought, new radar images of the behemoth space rock reveal. Asteroid 2012 LZ1 sailed within 3.3 million miles (5.3 million kilometers) of Earth at its closest approach on June 14. Since that distance is roughly 14 times the distance between Earth and the moon, the oblong-shaped asteroid 2012 LZ1never posed a threat of colliding with our planet. But the flyby did allow astronomers to train the planetary radar system at the Arecibo Observatory,..
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Berlin gay pride parade draws 700,000 people

Camp costumes and colorful drag flooded the streets of Berlin on Saturday as hundreds of thousands took part in the city’s annual Christopher Street Day gay pride parade. Marching and dancing to thumping techno music, the crowds made their way from the cosmopolitan Kreuzberg district to the Brandenburg Gate, where DJs and musicians were scheduled to keep the party going until midnight. The German capital’s gay mayor, Klaus Wowereit, kicked off the event. Organizers said 700,000 people had taken part in the parade, which celebrated...
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Mysterious Building -- Older Than Pyramids?
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Heavy rains sweep across China killing 16
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New report warns of rising sea levels on the East Coast
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Storm chasers track supercell and large tornado in South Dakota with softball size hail
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New seismic swarm erupts at ElHierro, Canary Islands
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Gerald Celente on Old-Man Europe, Romney & Sons, and a Golden Summer

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