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, July 19, 2012

CANADIANS NOW RICHER THAN AMERICANS / NEXT: Compton, CA, may declare bankruptcy... / Israel fingers Iran for bomb attack on Israeli tour bus in Bulgaria- promises to ‘respond with force to Iranian terror’ / Authorities restrict access to Costa Rica’s Rincón de la Vieja volcano due to increased activity / Town of 1,800 evacuated in Canary Islands wildfire / Defense minister and relative of Syrian president killed in suicide blast as fighting intensifies around Damascus / America’s worst drought since ’56 threatens world food supply /Rule - The Physical Silver Market Is Getting Dangerously Tight / McDonald's staff took offence to digital glasses, Toronto cyborg says / Theater Intelligence and Assessment, Heaven Is About To Render Judgement! / Missile Fired Over Southern IL. and Western KY / Letter from Retired Marine / Chick-fil-A President Says Company Opposes Gay Marriage / Corn Prices Headed for Record Highs as Crop Shrinks / Arpaio: Obama Birth Record 'Definitely Fraudulent'


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Authorities restrict access to Costa Rica’s Rincón de la Vieja volcano due to increased activity
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Town of 1,800 evacuated in Canary Islands wildfire
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40 ton tree falls on driver, killing him instantly
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Defense minister and relative of Syrian president killed in suicide blast as fighting intensifies around Damascus

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Sec. Clinton issues warning to Iran in Israel

(AP) JERUSALEM - The U.S. will use its power to keep Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton declared Monday after meeting top Israeli officials, where they discussed the issue. She said the U.S. would keep raising the pressure on Iran as long as it fails to come clean on its disputed uranium enrichment program. "Iran is under greater pressure now than ever before," she said. "We will use all elements of American power to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon." The veiled threat came as the...
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Jordan moving to ward off possible Syrian chemical attack

AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Jordan’s Foreign Minister said the kingdom has taken precautions to ward off a possible Syrian chemical attack. Nasser Judeh said “the matter is of grave concern to us, and we have taken all necessary measures to confront that.” He declined to say what measures were taken. “We will not allow anything to threaten the internal security of the kingdom,” he told reporters Tuesday at a joint news conference with visiting British Foreign Minister William Hague. Israel and others have expressed concern about Syrian...
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The next Great Depression will destroy civilization as we know it, warns author
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Arpaio: Obama birth record definitely forged

(CBS/AP) PHOENIX - Investigators for an Arizona sheriff's volunteer posse have declared that President Barack Obama's birth certificate is definitely fraudulent. Members of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's posse said in March that there was probable cause that Obama's long-form birth certificate released by the White House in April 2011 was a computer-generated forgery. Now, Arpaio says investigators are positive it's fraudulent. Mike Zullo, the posse's chief investigator, said numeric codes on certain parts of the birth certificate indicate that those parts weren't filled out, yet those sections asking for the race of Obama's father and his field of work or study were completed. Zullo said investigators previously didn't know the meaning of codes but that the codes were explained by a 95-year-old former state worker who signed...
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Arpaio's Obama probe finds 'national security threat'

PHOENIX – After determining earlier this year there is probable cause to suspect the document released by the White House as Barack Obama’s birth certificate is a forgery, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said today he believes his Cold Case Posse’s investigation should be advanced to the federal government, based on further information released today at a press conference under way now in Phoenix that is being live-streamed by WND. Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo said the new information confirms the document...
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Gaza Church claims Christians kidnapped, forced to convert

A religious war, Gaza-style: The Orthodox Christian Church in the Gaza Strip is claiming that a group of armed Islamists kidnapped five Christian Palestinians, a young man and a mother and her three daughters, to force them to convert to Islam. In a statement, the church said that "the dangerous Islamist movement is trying to convince Christian men and women to convert to Islam, destroying Christian families and the Christian presence in the Gaza Strip." The church refused to divulge the name of the Islamist group it accused of these attempts. The head...
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America’s worst drought since ’56 threatens world food supply

CHICAGO — Corn and soybeans in the U.S. Midwest baked in an unrelenting heat wave on Monday with fears rising of big crop losses that will boost food and fuel prices and cut exports and aid from the world’s top shipper of the key crops. The condition of the nation’s corn and soybeans as of Sunday deteriorated even more than grain traders had feared, and the U.S. Agriculture Department cuts its weekly corn crop condition rating by the biggest amount in nearly a decade. After weeks of growing drought some lucky farms have been doused...
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Rule - The Physical Silver Market Is Getting Dangerously Tight

With continued volatility in global stock markets, and gold staging a big rally off of the lows, today King World News interviewed one of the wealthiest and most street-smart pros in the business, Rick Rule. Rule told KWN that when it comes to silver, “there is the strong case for some very substantial upside.” Rule, who is now part of Sprott Asset Management, discussed silver and gold at length. He also talked about the problems the world currently faces. But first, here is what Rule had to say about Sprott’s very successful offering in the Sprott...
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McDonald's staff took offence to digital glasses, Toronto cyborg says

A Toronto computer engineering professor known for augmenting his body with various cyborg-like computing devices has been attracting media attention after he reported on his blog that staff at a McDonald's restaurant in Paris tried to pull his digital glasses off his head. Steve Mann wrote on his blog that while he and his family were eating at the restaurant last month during their summer vacation, an employee approached him to inquire about the glasses. The employee was initially satisfied with the doctor's note Mann showed...
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NISA warns of active fault beneath Shika nuke plant

A geological fault line that runs directly beneath a reactor building at the Shika nuclear plant in Ishikawa Prefecture is likely an active one, a government agency has warned, despite the plant operator's repeated assertion over 25 years that it is inactive. The government's safety standards mandate that key nuclear power facilities not be built directly over an active fault. If the fault is identified as active, that could force the site to be declared inoperable and the Shika nuclear plant, which is currently offline, to be decommissioned. "I will make a decision...
---Global health impacts of the Fukushima nuclear disaster calculated
---------Fukushima fallout could cause cancer deaths in Alaska and US
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New Tool Allows Deputies To Go After Car Owners Who Owe Taxes
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Senate Considers Adopting U.N Measure Regarding Disabled People
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Theater Intelligence and Assessment, Heaven Is About To Render Judgement!
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Missile Fired Over Southern IL. and Western KY / Letter from Retired Marine
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Giant Military Hover Crafts Causing Concern to Residents in Hawaii
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Argentina: Mysterious Events in Western Buenos Aires
Lights streaking swiftly across the sky, and strange flying objects draw attention of local residents. - Lights streaking swiftly across the sky, strange flying objects that draw the attention of local residents at different times of day, remarks from other residents claiming abductions by intelligences from other worlds and even a little girl who states that small, big-eyed children come to get her to play with a person she identifies as Jesus – these are some of the enigmatic circumstances that can be found in the so-called “Western Corridor” of Greater Buenos Aires and, which according to one researcher, constitute a glimpse into a mysterious and undefined situation.
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China to buy US assets via GM pension

The Chinese government has agreed to buy investment stakes currently held by General Motors’ pension plan, in a deal that will make Beijing a sizeable investor in many of the US and Europe’s largest private equity funds. The State Administration of Foreign Exchange, which manages China’s more than $3tn in foreign exchange reserves, will pay $1.5bn-$2bn for GM’s positions in blue chip private equity funds managed by firms including Carlyle Group, Blackstone and CVC Capital Partners. Performance Equity, an advisory firm that...
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Peter Schiff - This Is My Single Greatest Fear - Today Peter Schiff stunned King World News by speaking about his single greatest fear. Schiff, who is CEO of Europacific Capital, gave an extraordinarily candid interview.
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net map

It really is a world-wide web! Stunning map that shows the sprawling mass of internet cables that keeps the world connected

You almost certainly use it every day, but until now nobody has really known what the internet actually looks like. However, Fortune magazine and graphic designer Nicolas Rapp teamed up with telecom data and infrastructure company GeoTel Communications. The company maps fiber optic cables and geographic information systems (GIS) that connect people all over the world, which were used to create the stunning image below. It shows the key locations for fiber optic cables, the high speed connections that form the backbone of the internet.
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The silent spy drone that could stay in the sky forever

A silent spy drone has been kept in the air for 48 hours using a radical new laser power system. Military scientists from Lockheed Martin were able to wirelessly beam power to the drone to increase its flight time by 2,400 per cent. They say the system could eventually keep military spy drones in the sky forever. The Stalker Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) flight time to more than 48 hours. This increase in flight duration represents an improvement of 2,400 percent. The small, silent UAS is already used by Special Operations Forces since...
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'Invisible UFOs' fill the skies

"Why are all the good UFOs invisible?" one Gather.com user asked in response to the latest "invisible UFO" report posted to the site. You might have thought a defining characteristic of a UFO would be visibility. But thanks to zealous alien hunters doggedly scanning the sky with night-vision cameras, a new class of flying objects that only emit infrared light has emerged from the darkness. Are they spies from the great beyond? "Some people claim to see actual battles between UFOs up in the sky, using night-vision equipment," the ufologist...

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Chick-fil-A President Says Company Opposes Gay Marriage

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Sinkholes swallow front yard of home flooded by Tropical Storm Debby

BROOKSVILLE -- As Tropical Storm Debby rains poured down, neighbors said the elderly homeowner who lives at a home in Brooksville woke up with furniture floating around him. At one point, the water rose halfway up into the home. Heavy rains since the storm have made a bad situation worse as not one, but two sinkholes opened up at a home the Brooksville within the past few days. The front yard is almost swallowed up by sinkholes at the home off U.S. 41. "It's overwhelmed me," neighbor Carrol Bramande said, "because I hadn't seen a...
---Woman escapes fall into sinkhole without injuries
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'No Relief' from Drought; Temps Above 90 – Again
---How the Drought Will Cost You
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Larger Than Manhattan-Size Iceberg Breaks Away from Greenland Glacier
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Anger in India after fLoods Leave 109 Dead, 400,000 Homeless
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Corn Prices Headed for Record Highs as Crop Shrinks
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Arpaio: Obama Birth Record 'Definitely Fraudulent'
---Leaked! Obama's Devastating 2nd-term Plans
--------Congressional Approval Rating Falls Again
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21-Pound Lobster Caught Off Cape Cod Beach

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