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, December 21, 2012

New Agers hope Dec. 21 brings new era.../ Communist Chinese Government Calls For Americans to be Disarmed... / Mysterious Attacks Leave Livestock Earless... / 2012 - Is It The End? Tom Horn Lecture from Branson, MO / Judge to force girl to have 'mark of the Beast?'- Exactly what it talks about in the Book of Revelation' / Vatican Introduces-RFID Microchip: Pope Benedict XVI has announced that the Vatican will be using the “RFID Microchip Technology” to track Priest and employees / 'Much Worse than Greece' IMF Demands Partial Default for Cyprus / Jim Sinclair: Great Train Robbery in Progress- Goldmans of the World Are Going Massively Long Gold


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Israel moves to further seal off Jerusalem from West Bank
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DOOMSDAY PANIC: School Districts Cancel Class Due To Doomsday Talk, Potential Threats
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Judge to force girl to have 'mark of the Beast?'- Exactly what it talks about in the Book of Revelation'
-A ruling is expected in days from a federal court in the case of a student in Texas facing possible expulsion over her decision to contest a mandatory “spychip” implemented by her school district, a system she and her family call “the mark of the Beast” spoken of in the Bible.
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----Vatican Introduces-RFID Microchip: Pope Benedict XVI has announced that the Vatican will be using the “RFID Microchip Technology” to track Priest and employees

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Motorists Rescued from Cars and Villages Flooded as Britain Is Hit By 24 Hours of Continuous Rain
---Massive Texas Dust Storm Causes Chain-Reaction Car Crashes Leaving 1 Dead, 17 Injured
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Risk of Volcanic Eruption in Turkey
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Piers Morgan: 'Of Course' I'm 'Gleeful Tragedy Happened'
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50 Million Reasons That Make People Think Obama Is Planning Civil War
---If Obama Is Opposed to Guns, Why Did His Administration Just Purchase 1.6 Billion Rounds of Ammo and Sniper Rounds?
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Marine veteran guards school Modesto California
Marine Vet Stands Guard Outside School After Shooting

---Letter from Mexican Ambassador Dampens Hope for His Early Release of Jon Hammar
--------Cpl. Jon Hammar?
--------------Free Jon Hammar...by All Means
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Women Suing State Troopers Over Roadside Cavity Searches
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Bird Flu Confirmed in Nepal
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Woman Dies After Injecting Herself with Anthrax-contaminated Heroin
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Astronomers Flabbergasted By Giant Object, Never Seen Before
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Future belongs to the microbes? WHO head warns diseases set to rise
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Chinese ships enter Japanese waters near disputed islands
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US Gun Violence Task Force Holds First Meeting

WHITE HOUSE — A gun violence task force, created by President Barack Obama and headed by Vice President Joe Biden, held its first meeting Thursday to begin to seek solutions to gun violence in the wake of the massacre of children and adults at an elementary school in Connecticut. Biden's job is to guide the group of Cabinet officials and government agency chiefs as they consult with city and state officials and others to come up with ideas, and draw up recommendations for Congress. Thursday's meeting included state law enforcement...
---Baltimore Police Chief Wants to Ban High-Capacity Firepower
High-capacity magazines are the deadliest of gun cartridges. They come in cases of 30, 40, 60 and even 120 rounds. These magazines are maximum, economy-sized firepower packed into a steel cartridge. When strapped into a pistol or semi-automatic rifle, a shooter can fire non-stop until the magazine is empty. By then, the damage can be devastating. That is why the Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson wants to outlaw all but the smallest of these magazines. Johnson wants to limit them to a capacity of 10 rounds. The fewer the bullets, the more...
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'Much Worse than Greece' IMF Demands Partial Default for Cyprus

Euro-zone member state Cyprus badly needs a bailout, but the International Monetary Fund is demanding a debt haircut first, according to media reports. The resulting standoff with Europe has delayed the country's badly needed aid package. To ward off insolvency, Nicosia has raided the pension funds of state-owned companies. Cyprus did its part on Wednesday night. The country's parliament approved a 2013 budget which included far-reaching austerity measures so as to satisfy the conditions for the impending bailout of the debt-stricken...
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Suspicion of Collusion Authorities Raid Deutsche Bank Again

Prosecutors in Frankfurt raided Deutsche Bank headquarters yet again this week. It marks the second time in a fortnight that the mighty German financial institution has received an unwanted visit from the police. This time the focus is on suspicions of witness collusion in connection with a scandal that could cost the bank as much as 1.5 billion euros. The police are becoming frequent guests at Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt. For the second time in a week, authorities raided the bank in connection with an ongoing investigation, this time...
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This Christmas could be the Post Office's last, says John Avlon.

Goodbye, Postal Service?

Editor's note: John Avlon is a CNN contributor and senior political columnist for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. He is co-editor of the book "Deadline Artists: America's Greatest Newspaper Columns." He is a regular contributor to "Erin Burnett OutFront" and is a member of the OutFront Political Strike Team. For more political analysis, tune in to "Erin Burnett OutFront" at 7 ET weeknights. (CNN) -- It's the time of year for dashing through the snow to the crowded post office, with arms full of holiday gifts for family and friends. Not to break the...
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Queen James Bible' Scrubs 'Homophobic’ Passages
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Gold executives bullish on the yellow metal

More than 80 per cent of gold executives expect a rise in the price of gold in 2013, the PwC Gold Price Report released Thursday found. Lofty gold prices since 2000 add weight to the gold executives’ optimism, said Michael Cinnamond, partner and leader of the B.C. mining practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers. “Gold as a metal isn’t actually used for that many things. Gold is primarily jewelry or a store of wealth. I think that’s why they’re bullish on gold, with the uncertainties that exist in the world on the economic side and uncertainty over what’s...
---Jim Sinclair: Great Train Robbery in Progress- Goldmans of the World Are Going Massively Long Gold
--------James Turk Revises His $8,000 Gold Target: “I now expect Gold to go higher Than $8,000"
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Ancient Sea Monster Found—First Freshwater Species Known

It's not quite Nessie, but it's close. Fossils belonging to an 84-million-year-old freshwater sea monster have been found in Hungary, according to a new study. (Explore a sea monster interactive in National Geographic magazine.) The recently unearthed creature belongs to a family of ancient aquatic reptiles known as mosasaurs, which looked like crosses between crocodiles and whales. Mosasaurs lacked the superlong necks found in plesiosaurs, which the legendary inhabitant of Loch Ness is alleged to be. Dubbed Pannoniasaurus,..
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Nogin Block
Unstable sea slab near Barrier Reef could cause monster tsunami in north Queensland

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