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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Friday, November 30, 2012

Lawmaker seeks ban on therapies for homosexuals wanting to become heterosexuals... / Chinese buyers snapping up expensive homes in US / UN votes to recognize Palestine.../ ■15-Year-Old Afghan Girl Beheaded For Rejecting Marriage Proposal: / PETRUS ROMANUS Prepares To Take The World Stage As Pope Elevates 6 Cardinals To Choose Successor / California Gets Face Scanners To Spy On Everyone All / Artificial Muscle Stronger Than The Real Thing / Paul McGuire Says, Prepare To Meet Your Transhumanist Frankenstein Neighbor / U.S. overseeing mysterious construction project in Israel / State to Eliminate “Bride” & “Groom” on Marriage Certificates

Oakland Crime Rate Soars As City Loses Officers; 33 Burglaries A Day...
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Lawmaker seeks ban on therapies for homosexuals wanting to become heterosexuals... -
Rep. Jackie Speier, a Democrat, is proposing the resolution as two lawsuits move through federal court challenging a new California law to ban minors from receiving “sexual-orientation change efforts” under any circumstance.
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Sink hole at SR 516 in Dover
Large Sinkhole Closes SR 516 in Dover, Ohio

---Massive Sinkhole Still Growing – Ohio: 4 Football Fields Long, 30′ Deep Shuts Down 8 Mile Stretch Of Road
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Winter Wheat Crop Starts Off in Worst Shape in 26 Years
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A Letter from Hobby Lobby Stores CEO

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http://video.foxnews.com/v/1992201155001/chinese-buyers-snapping-up-expensive-homes-in-us/ Chinese buyers snapping up expensive homes in US
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UN votes to recognize Palestine...
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Road Collapses Into Ocean In Florida: Earth Changes Or Prophecy?

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15-Year-Old Afghan Girl Beheaded For Rejecting Marriage Proposal:
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PETRUS ROMANUS Prepares To Take The World Stage As Pope Elevates 6 Cardinals To Choose Successor
---Catholics Start Reading Crystal Balls To Guess Who Petrus Romanus Will Be
-------Was A "Hush-Hush" Buy-Off Reached Between Vatican & Vatileaks Players?
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Ракеты ЗРК Патриот ПРО Patriot PAC-3
Russian Expert Warns Of Possibility Of Large-Scale Middle East War
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Jesus Was Born Years Earlier Than Thought, Claims Pope
---The Vatican On Gaza: Israel Is A Baby-Killer”
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Facial recognition technology is expected to soon be the norm among law enforcement
California Gets Face Scanners To Spy On Everyone All
At Once

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Artificial Muscle Stronger Than The Real Thing
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Antibiotics Resistance Growing At 'Alarming' Rate
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Paul McGuire Says, Prepare To Meet Your Transhumanist Frankenstein NeighborInterspecies breeding between the DNA of man, animal and some believe Nephilim, is being used to create a post-human species. As these genetically altered men and women begin to advance in age, I suspect we are going to recognize these beings. What if you meet your neighbor and he is a Frankenstein-like monster? The idea of Hitler’s Master Race and Nietzsche’s superman never went away. These Frankenstein-like ideas are moving in full force, they are simply disguised as compassionate and caring programs. We now live in a world that is in many respects way beyond the science fiction novels of the 1950’s. It is only when you realize that you now live in a reality where science fiction is...
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Zombie Apocalypse Upon Us? Human Brain-Eating Fungus Kills 30 Americans
The mystery surrounding this zombie fungus - and a question baffling scientists - is how it got into three lots of injectable steroids prepared inside a laboratory (which was filthy), but also why it only got into just three lots - and not more. In an article by the Scientific American, published by the Nature journal, the authors note that the US is currently experiencing a fungal meningitis outbreak that has so far killed 30 and made 419 ill.

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U.S. overseeing mysterious construction project in Israel

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to supervise construction of a five-story underground facility for an Israel Defense Forces complex, oddly named “Site 911,” at an Israeli Air Force base near Tel Aviv. Expected to take more than two years to build, at a cost of up to $100 million, the facility is to have classrooms on Level 1, an auditorium on Level 3, a laboratory, shock-resistant doors, protection from nonionizing radiation and very tight security. Clearances will be required for all construction workers, guards will be at the fence and barriers will separate it from the rest of the base. Only U.S. construction firms are being allowed to bid on the contract and proposals are due Dec. 3, according to the latest Corps of Engineers notice. Site 911 is the latest in a long history of military construction projects the United States...
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65 years after approving partition plan, UN General Assembly upgrades ‘Palestine’ to nonmember observer state

UNITED NATIONS — The United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly Thursday to upgrade “Palestine” to nonmember observer state status, a long-sought victory for the Palestinians but an embarrassing diplomatic defeat for the United States. The resolution upgrading the Palestinians’ status to a nonmember observer state at the United Nations – the same status as The Vatican — was approved by a more than two-thirds majority of the 193-member world body, in a vote of 138-9, with 41 abstentions. A Palestinian flag was...
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Israeli Defense Chief Sounds Ready to Hit Iran, Thanks in Part to Iron Dome

Israel’s retiring defense chief thinks Iran needs to be “coerced” in 2013 from building an atom bomb, despite any U.S. hopes that sanctions will bring Tehran to the negotiating table. And the recent success of his new, U.S.-funded missile defenses seems to have convinced him that Israel is better able than ever to deter its Iran-backed foes. “Of course, we would love to see some heavenly intervention that will stop them, to wake up some morning and learn that they’ve given up on their nuclear intentions,” Barak told reporters at the Pentagon Thursday...
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School Orders Child to Remove God From Poem

A North Carolina community is embroiled in controversy after a school ordered a six-year-old girl to remove the word “God” from a poem that she was supposed to read during a Veteran’s Day ceremony. The girl is a first-grader at West Marion Elementary School. She was supposed to read the poem during a school assembly marking Veteran’s Day. The poem honored her two grandfathers who had served during the Vietnam War. “He prayed to God for peace, he prayed to God for strength,” the poem read. A parent reportedly found out about the poem and...
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Obama Nominates Lesbian Hispanic Judge to Federal Bench

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State to Eliminate “Bride” & “Groom” on Marriage Certificates

The words “bride” and “groom” – along with “husband” and “wife” are about to become archaic language in Washington state as officials prepare to remove the terms from marriage and divorce certificates. Tim Church, a spokesman for the Wash. state Health Department, told Fox News they will likely be removing those words in favor of more gender neutral terms. He said...

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Drought worsens in High Plains; winter outlook not good

Drought is tightening its grip on the central United States as winter weather sets in, threatening to ravage the new wheat crop and spelling more hardship for farmers and ranchers already weary of the costly and ongoing dry conditions. While conditions started to improve earlier in November, they turned harsh to close out the month as above-normal temperatures and below-normal precipitation proved a dire combination in many regions, according to the Drought Monitor, a weekly compilation of data gathered by federal and academic scientists...

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Dover: Giant sinkhole swallows land, state road

DOVER -- A giant sinkhole devoured several acres of land and part of a state highway which had to be closed. The hole, estimated by the local fire chief to be the size of four football fields, swallowed up part of State Route 516 in Dover. The road will have to be closed for months while engineers determine the best way to make permanent repairs. "I've worked for ODOT sixteen years and I've never seen anything of this magnitude," said Ohio Department of Transportation District 11 Director Lloyd McAdam. "It's very unusual that something...
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Researchers Link Global Diabetes Rise to Corn Syrup Food Sweetener

There is new evidence that large amounts of high fructose corn syrup - a sweetener used in food products consumed around the world - could be a major factor in the accelerating global epidemic of type 2 diabetes, according to U.S. and British researchers. A study by Michael Goran of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and colleagues at Britain’s Oxford University concludes that countries that use high fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, in their food supplies have a 20 percent higher prevalence of diabetes on average than countries...
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'Hi, deliver me from evil': Church sets up an exorcist hotline to deal with demand

The Catholic Church has established an exorcist hotline in Milan, its biggest diocese, to cope with demand. Monsignor Angelo Mascheroni, the diocese’s chief exorcist since 1995, said the curia had also appointed twice as many exorcists to cope with a doubling in the number of requests for help over 15 years. “We get many requests for names, addresses and phone numbers; that’s why we’ve set up a switchboard in the curia from Monday to Friday from 2.30pm to 5pm,” he told the chiesadimilano website. “People in need can call and will...

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Greek deal frays as IMF threatens walk-out on debt buy-back impasse

The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday that it would not disburse funds under its part of the EU-IMF package unless the eurozone delivers on a bond "buy-back" scheme, which is supposed to cut Greece’s burden by 10pc of GDP and is deemed crucial for restoring long-term viability. If the IMF withdraws, Finland and Holland will also pull out of the programme. "This has become a really big problem," said Raoul Ruparel from Open Europe. The dispute comes as Moody’s said the EU-IMF deal to unlock €44bn in bail-out payments to Athens...

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UK's Banks 'Could Need Billions More Capital'

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