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, November 12, 2012

29 States Including Texas Have Filed a Petition to Secede from the United States / Explosion Indianapolis 2 Dead / Gas Leak Tulsa, Oklahoma! -Some Residents Worry About a FEMA Camp Being Set Up in Linden / Growing protest of president's re-election... / TEXAS GETS REQUIRED 25K SIGNATURES... /Wealthy Dump Assets... / ■Drivers Questioned On Guns At Federal Checkpoint Vehicles searched for empty bullet rounds / Congress to cut benefits for Veterans? / Ash emission detected at Alaska’s volatile Cleveland volcano / WWIII tripwire? NATO to defend Turkey, British troops may deploy to Syrian border, Israel fires on Syrian positions / Deadly Indiana blast puzzles officials and residents / 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the southern coastline of Chile / Anti-virus software mogul John McAfee wanted in Belize for questioning in connection with the killing of another U.S. citizen / Turk - The Fed Is Playing An Extraordinarily Dangerous Game / Embry: China To Import A Staggering 775 Tons of Gold In 2012 / Angela Merkel sticks to austerity script in Portugal as revolt builds / UPS stops funding Boy Scouts due to group’s anti-gay policies / Sinkhole opens up beneath City of Tulsa truck / Fault under Japan nuclear plant 'may be active'

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Some Residents Worry About a FEMA Camp Being Set Up in Linden
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'Bombshell story is just a smoke screen for something bigger'...
CIA Disputes Broadwell's Benghazi Comment...
Ghostwriter: 'I always wondered why he was granting her access that he did'...
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Vet flies flag upside down for Veteran's Day...
---Neighbor calls police...
-----Growing protest of president's re-election...

TEXAS GETS REQUIRED 25K SIGNATURES...
---Wealthy Dump Assets...
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Spanish banks to restrict evictions after suicides...
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Drivers Questioned On Guns At Federal Checkpoint Vehicles searched for empty bullet rounds
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M4.7 hits Fukushima — 10 quakes at Magnitude 4 and above since Thursday
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Congress to cut benefits for Veterans?
 

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General Petraeus leaked secret info on Benghazi attack to his mistress?

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Powerful 6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes the Gulf of Alaska
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Ash emission detected at Alaska’s volatile Cleveland volcano
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70% of Venice slips underwater in the worst flooding in 140 years
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Researchers find undersea gas leaks off Israel’s coast
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WWIII tripwire? NATO to defend Turkey, British troops may deploy to Syrian border, Israel fires on Syrian positions

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Deadly Indiana blast puzzles officials and residents

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Michigan Man Enters Police Department and Opens Fire
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Turkish PM: ”The World Should Consider Switching From the Dollar to Gold”
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Hillary can't make House hearing on Benghazi; busy visiting friends, wine tasting in Australia...
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6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the southern coastline of Chile
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Iranian clerics are seen talking to men in military uniforms in front of air defense rockets during a war game 200 miles southwest of Tehran, Iran, Nov. 23, 2009.
Iran Launches Massive War Simulation
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Paula Broadwell claims about Benghazi attack dismissed as 'baseless' by CIA

The CIA has dismissed as "baseless" and "uninformed" claims made by the former lover of ex-agency chief David Petraeus that Libyan militants were held in secret US prisons prior to the deadly Benghazi consulate attack. Paula Broadwell, the biographer whose affair with Petraeus led to his abrupt resignation Friday, alleged that the assault, in which US ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed, was an attempt to free men being detained in a covert CIA annex. Speaking last month at the University of Denver, Broadwell further alleged that Petreaus knew about the secret holding cells. President Barack Obama stripped the CIA of its power to take prisoners through an executive order signed soon after his inauguration in January 2009. It put an end to the controversial network of secret jails that operated under the...
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David Petraeus: Paula Broadwell 'had classified documents on computer'

The discovery raises questions as to whether America's top soldier was involved in leaking sensitive material to Paula Broadwell, 40. Officials examining the case say they were alerted to the data after interviewing Mrs Broadwell over her relationship with the four-star general in October this year. Gen Petraeus, 60, has denied providing secret documents to the married mother-of-two, leaving investigators with the task of establishing who is behind their release. Yesterday, senior government lawyers said they were keen to question Mrs Broadwell...
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David Petraeus scandal widens to include Barack Obama's cabinet

Eric Holder, the head of the Justice Department, was reportedly told in the late summer that FBI agents were investigating the former CIA director's sexual relationship with Paula Broadwell, his biographer. The information was kept inside the Justice Department until last week, even though FBI agents had already discovered classified information on Mrs Broadwell's computer. Allegations that one of the President's closest allies had known about the affair fuelled theories of a cover-up as the scandal expanded to include a second woman and continued...
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Army preparing for Gaza ground incursion, says education minister

The Israeli army is preparing for a ground incursion into Gaza and will launch it unless rocket fire from the Strip ends, Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar said during a visit to a school in Sderot on Monday. “We have seen the escalations on the Gaza border increase in frequency over the past year and we need to put an end to them,” said Sa’ar, a senior Likud official with close ties to the prime minister. “All the preparations for a wide-scale ground operation are being made. Unless the [missile] fire stops, such an operation will be launched.”..
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Anti-virus software mogul John McAfee wanted in Belize for questioning in connection with the killing of another U.S. citizen

Belize police are hunting for anti-virus software tycoon John McAfee to question him about the killing of a fellow U.S. citizen, according to reports. The McAfee Inc. founder lived next door to Gregory Faull, who was found dead Sunday at his home north of San Pedro, a town on the island of Ambergris Caye. A housekeeper found Faull, 52, lying in a pool of blood with an apparent gunshot wound to his head, the blog Gizmodo first reported. A motive for the killing of Faull, a general contractor from Florida, remains unclear. Belize police say there was...
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Texas Petition to Secede Reaches Threshold for Obama Comment

A petition for Texas to secede from the union, submitted to the White House, reached the number of signatures needed to draw comment from the Obama administration today. The petition appeared on a section of the White House website called "We the People" that invites users with a U.S. zip code to submit or sign petitions about policy changes they would like to see. A petition must reach 25,000 signatures within 30 days for the administration to comment on it. The petition to "Peacefully grant the State of Texas to withdraw from the United...
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Pa. officials plan no probe despite extraordinary turnout, totals for Obama in Philly

Pennsylvania election officials say they are not planning to investigate the extraordinary turnout and vote totals that President Obama garnered from parts of Philadelphia last Tuesday. "In a presidential election year, there are times where you get extremely high turnout," said Ron Ruman, press secretary for Pennsylvania's Department of State, in a telephone interview with Fox News. "We would investigate if we thought there was something shady going on. But at this point, we have no reason to think that." Ruman's comments came as Philadelphia news...
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Here come the humanoids. There go U.S. jobs

TUCSON, Ariz.--Rethink Robotics founder Rodney Brooks took to the stage at the Techonomy conference here to talk about the wonders of his new robot, Baxter, which is designed to work on factory floors doing dull and necessary tasks. He costs just $25,000 and works for what amounts to $4 an hour. Baxter is a step forward in robotics with mass potential. It has a face and sensors to tell it when people are near. It's about as close to a humanoid robot as we can get, and Brooks said it's just the beginning. "Within 10 years, we're going to see...
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Turk - The Fed Is Playing An Extraordinarily Dangerous Game
---Financial crisis proving hard to end - IMF's Lipton
------Embry: China To Import A Staggering 775 Tons of Gold In 2012
----------Angela Merkel sticks to austerity script in Portugal as revolt builds
-------------Irish homes draw buyers after Europe's worst crash
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UPS stops funding Boy Scouts due to group’s anti-gay policies

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Helena hospital installing hand scanner ID device

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The artificial skin that can heal itself (and could be used on fragile mobile phone screens)

Scientists have invented the first artificial skin that can both sense subtle pressure and heal itself when torn or cut - and could one day be used for the screens on mobile phones. A team from Stanford University are the first to create a synthetic skin that can not only repair damage to itself but is also able, crucially, to conduct electricity. It is this crucial latter property that promises to make it useful in the field of consumer electronics. One of the major bugbears smartphone users have had, particularly the iPhone, was propensity of the screen...
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Sinkhole opens up beneath City of Tulsa truck

Tulsa, Okla. — Two City of Tulsa utility workers got a serious scare when a 9-foot-deep sinkhole suddenly opened up beneath their truck and the back end of the truck fell in. It's not clear exactly what caused the sinkhole, but it collapsed as the truck was pulling away from a stop sign at the intersection of 47th West Avenue and 4th Street in northwest Tulsa. The driver of the truck said he heard a "cracking" sound as the front end of the large truck lurched upward. "I looked at my worker and it was like, man, what's going on?" said James...
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Fault under Japan nuclear plant 'may be active'

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