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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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

IT'S STARTING: Nearly one in 10 employers to drop health coverage... / Gas emissions increase at New Zealand’s Tongariro volcano / Anaheim police brutality provokes riots in California / Govt follows you: Twitter feeds info to US police state / Dust Storm Cause 17-car Pileup on Texas Freeway, Killing 2 / Euro-Contagion: Germany outlook 'negative' over nonstop debt debacle / Signs of Deepening Downturn Multiply in Europe / Gunfire erupts outside Fla theater... / Spain moving from recession to depression as economic woes mount / Eurozone worsening debt crisis effects spreading South and East / U.K. troops at Games tally 18,200 / Moody's Germany Rating Warning Outlook Cut Could Stiffen Berlin's Opposition to Aid / Moody’s cuts outlook on EU stability facility to negative / Debt crisis: Spanish bailout fears escalate as Catalonia eyes rescue / Marc Faber on a Global Crash, the U.S. Treasury Bubble and China's Slowdown


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Dust Storm Cause 17-car Pileup on Texas Freeway, Killing 2
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Nebraska Wildfire Scorches 50,000 Acres
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CFL Bulbs Cause Skin Damage
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Euro-Contagion: Germany outlook 'negative' over nonstop debt debacle

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Ford earnings hit hard by Europe loss
CNN
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Ford Motor's second-quarter profits were weighed down by the economic crisis in Europe, but a persistent rebound in U.S. car sales helped the company top analysts' earnings forecasts. Ford (F, Fortune 500) said Wednesday that ...
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Signs of Deepening Downturn Multiply in Europe
New York Times
By LIZ ALDERMAN. Published: July 25, 2012. PARIS — Signs of a deepening downturn in Europe multiplied Wednesday as Britain reported that its second recession in three years was growing worse and the outlook for the German economy deteriorated.
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UK economy shrinks dramatically; longest double-dip recession in more than 50 years...
---Spain moving from recession to depression as economic woes mount
------Eurozone worsening debt crisis effects spreading South and East
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Gunfire erupts outside Fla theater...
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Woman sexually assaulted on boat after attacker 'tracked her down from reading her blog'...
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6.5 magnitude earthquake strikes Solomon Islands
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High winds feed devastating wildfires in Spain and Croatia
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Undersea seismometer installed to monitor activity at Santorini volcano
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Olympic Games bosses tell British Army troops to wear tracksuits

ARMY chiefs clashed furiously with Olympics bosses after troops were asked to guard the Games in TRACKSUITS. Organisers made the request so personnel would appear less “aggressive”. Top brass refused. The revelation comes as the Government yesterday called in an extra 1,200 forces personnel to carry out guard duties. Organisers suggested the thousands of troops on duty over the Games dress down because their regular uniforms were deemed “too intimidating”, a senior military source told The Sun. But the senior Army officer said: “It’s essential that our people can recognise each other instantly if they are to provide security. Tracksuits are completely unsuitable — there isn’t a standard Army tracksuit anyway. “They’re soldiers. They should be in uniform so the public know who they are and...
---U.K. troops at Games tally 18,200
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Assad has been moving chemical weapons to ‘airports’ on borders, rebels claim

Syria is moving chemical weapons to “airports” on its borders, the Free Syrian Army claimed on Tuesday, a day after Syria acknowledged for the first time that it maintains an arsenal of chemical weaponry. “We in the joint command of the Free Syrian Army inside the country know very well the locations and positions of these weapons,” a statement from the FSA said. “We also reveal that Assad has transferred some of these weapons and equipment for mixing chemical components to airports on the border.” “According to our information, the...
---Israeli attack on Syrian chemical weapons could spark wider confrontation, IDF chief warns
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After 500 days, Fukushima No. 1 plant still not out of the woods

A little more than 500 days after the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant threatened to force the evacuation of the entire Tokyo metropolitan area, the situation is certainly much improved. The levels of cesium being emitted from the damaged reactors have dropped substantially, core temperatures in the pressure vessels are being kept within targeted levels, and the plant operator has started removing unused nuclear fuel assemblies as an experiment. However, workers still must overcome a number of issues to make progress toward...
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U.S. Drought Could Cause Global Unrest

Twice in the last five years, rising food prices triggered global waves of social unrest. With drought baking U.S. crops, another round of soaring, society-straining price spikes may happen in coming months. According to researchers from the New England Complex Systems Institute, commodity speculation — investors betting on food prices — will amplify the drought’s market signals, creating a new food bubble and the crises that follow. “The drought is clearly going to kick prices up. It already has. What happens when you have speculators is...
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Moody's Germany Rating Warning Outlook Cut Could Stiffen Berlin's Opposition to Aid

The decision by Moody's to cut its outlook for Germany's triple-A rating to negative could stiffen German resistance to providing more financial assistance to Greece, which is asking for more time to meet the conditions of its bailout. Politicians in Berlin played down the announcement, saying the German economy remained buoyant and structurally sound. But they added that cut was further evidence that Germany's own firefighting resources are limited, and that the government would struggle to persuade lawmakers and taxpayers to support further...
---Moody’s cuts outlook on EU stability facility to negative
-------Europe is sleepwalking towards imminent disaster, warn top economists
Europe is “sleepwalking towards disaster”, according to the 17 experts, who warned that over the past few weeks “the situation in the debtor countries has deteriorated dramatically”. “The sense of a neverending crisis, with one domino falling after another, must be reversed. The last domino, Spain, is days away from a liquidity crisis,” said the economists. They include two members of Germany’s Council of Economic Experts and leading euro specialists at the London of School of Economics, all euro supporters. “This dramatic situation is the...
------------Debt crisis: Spanish bailout fears escalate as Catalonia eyes rescue
----------------Greece’s finances ‘hugely off track’
---------------------The Global Financial System Can and Will Collapse Thanks to Europe... Are You Prepared?
--------------------------UBS: Pressure Is Building And We Could See A Big Stock Market Sell-Off Before The Year's Over
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It Is Absolutely Shocking How Much Gold China is Acquiring

Today Stephen Leeb told King World News, “... there is a controlled desperation in China when it comes to acquiring gold.” Leeb, who is Chairman of Leeb Capital Management, also said, “They are acquiring as much as they possibly can without tilting the markets dramatically to the upside.” The acclaimed money manager also stated, “China mined a total of 355 tons, which was by far the largest amount of gold mined for any country. And yet they are still buying every single available ounce they can get in the open market.” Leeb was also quick to point...
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U.N. Commission Calls for Legalizing Prostitution Worldwide

(CNSNews.com) - A report issued by the United Nations-backed Global Commission on HIV and the Law; recommends that nations around the world get rid of “punitive” laws against prostitution – or what it calls “consensual sex work” -- and decriminalize the voluntary use of illegal injection drugs in order to combat the HIV epidemic. The commission, which is made up of 15 former heads of state, legal scholars and HIV/AIDS activists, was convened in 2010 by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and is jointly backed by the United Nations...

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Day care centers turn to biometrics

When the day care center in Sartell, Minn., where Jessica Ward takes her two children installed a fingerprint ID entry system last year, she thought it was a great idea. Playhouse Child Care Center already had a keypad that required parents to enter a four-digit code. But Ward said she liked the peace of mind that comes with knowing that anyone picking up a child from the center must first prove their identity. "I'm all about more security when it comes to my kids," Ward said. A growing number of child care centers nationwide are turning to biometric...
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Calumet Fire Truck Caught in Sinkhole

A Calumet City fire truck was reported stuck in a sinkhole late Tuesday afternoon. The truck was returning from responding to a wire down at 465 Sibley Blvd. in Calumet City, according to Assistant Chief Donte Zorzi. No wires were found down and the truck turned at Buffalo Avenue when the two rear tires fell into the sink hole, Zorzi said. Two tow trucks were in progress of pulling the fire truck out as of 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
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We are flabbergasted": Archaeologists amazed at treasures found near tomb raided by Nazi SS An underground pyramid from 500BC and suspected of containing untold treasures has been found near a Celtic tomb raided by Heinrich Himmler. The SS chief, obsessed with Celtic mysticism, stole golden artefacts from an ancient tomb of a noble couple in Buehl, South West Germany. The loot, thought to be worth £500million, was never seen again. But now archaeologists are excited by a nearby Iron Age burial chamber that is even bigger at 18 square feet, probably the grave of a great chieftain. Chief area archaeologist Frieder...
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Gays face purging from Panama Scouts Association

The National Association of Scouts of Panama is expelling children, youths and adults who have openly expressed that they are gay. The move follows the July 17 announcement that the Boy Scouts of America had ratified its decision to expel all members who are openly gay. Victor Winter, executive director of the Panama association said on Thursday, July 19 that this group does not accept "homosexual tendencies … We cannot allow people who have an opposite trend to the formation of values," he said. He said that if a young gay man joins this...
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Marc Faber on a Global Crash, the U.S. Treasury Bubble and China's Slowdown

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