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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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Chief of Police Harassed & Placed on Leave After Signing Pledge to Uphold Constitution / Bachmann on SOTU Address: ‘He Declared Himself King Obama’ / Is your money safe at the bank? An economist says ‘no’ and withdraws his / George Soros, Walmart Heiress Flood Hillary Clinton PAC With Cash / Sinkholes: A deadly threat from Florida’s ‘underworld’ / Celente Warns Of Coming Riots: “The Collapse Is Engulfing The World” / SHERIFF RICHARD MACK: Uphold The Constitution / Celente - No Way Out As Global Ponzi Scheme Collapse Begins / Celente - No Way Out As Global Ponzi Scheme Collapse Begins / Dell layoffs this week: 15,000 to be hit: report / 30 Ft. Sinkhole Swallows Volkswagon in Driveway / Financial World Shaken By 4 Bankers' Apparent Suicides in a Week / US could start defaulting on debt ‘very soon’ warns Lew/ Children Belong to All of Us,’ Common Core Promoter Says; Opponents Are ‘Tiny Minority’ of ‘Fringe Voices’/ Maine: Judge Says Boys Claiming Girlhood May Use Girls’ Restroom / More than 400 dead dolphins on north Peru coast


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Currency crisis at Chinese banks ‘could trigger global meltdown’ The growing problems in the Chinese banking system could spill over into a wider financial crisis, one of the most respected analysts of China’s lenders has warned. Charlene Chu, a former senior analyst at Fitch in Beijing and now the head of Asian research at Autonomous Research, said the rapid expansion of foreign-currency borrowing meant
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Is your money safe at the bank? An economist says ‘no’ and withdraws his Last week I had over $1,000,000 in a checking account at Bank of America. Next week, I will have $10,000. Why am I getting in line to take my money out of Bank of America? Because of Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen, who officially begins her term as chairwoman on Feb. 1. Before I explain, 
-- Many other depositors like you get in line before me. Banks today promise everyone that they can have their money back instantaneously, but the bank does not actually have enough money to pay everyone at once because they have lent most of it out to other people — 90 percent or more. Thus, banks are always at risk for runs where the depositors at the front of the line get their money back, but the depositors at the back of the line do not. Consider
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Obama Presidency ‘Increasingly Lawless’: Paul Ryan
Top House Republicans slammed President Obama’s embrace of executive action to move his agenda forward on Sunday, saying the president’s freelancing creates a trust deficit that makes bipartisan legislating more difficult. “We have an increasingly lawless presidency where he is actually doing the job of Congress, writing new policies and new laws without going through
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George Soros, Walmart Heiress Flood Hillary Clinton PAC With Cash
Rich and powerful progressives are wasting no time flooding a pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC’s coffers with cash. Billionaire Walmart heiress Alice Walton, billionaire philanthropist Jon Stryker, and billionaire progressive global financier George Soros were among the wealthy donors who helped raise over $4 million last year for the “Ready for Hillary” super PAC, newly released
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Gay-marriage debate takes new twist in Oregon: religious exemption Oregon voters will likely face two questions about gay marriage when they go to the ballot this year: whether to become the 18th state to let same-sex couples wed, and whether the state should be the first to allow florists, cake makers and others to refuse to participate in these weddings on religious grounds. The
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Japanese radio host told to keep silent on Fukushima radiation, resigns A commentator for the morning show on the Radio 1 Japanese radio station resigned after he had been asked not to speak about nuclear power and the problems at the Fukushima plant before the end of the gubernatorial race. The company says that they simply wanted to present several points of view on the air.
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Mount Sinabung volcano eruption kills 16 in Indonesia The death toll from an Indonesian volcano that has been rumbling for months rose to 16 on Sunday after rescuers found another charred corpse and a critically injured college student died in a hospital, officials said. Mount Sinabung erupted again on Saturday just a day after authorities allowed thousands of villagers who had been
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Sinkholes: A deadly threat from Florida’s ‘underworld’ “It’s like this thing was alive…it was churning, moving around…making noises, you know…like a growl.” It’s an image that still haunts police officer Deputy Douglas Duvall who, on the evening of 28 February 2013, responded to an emergency call in the suburban calm of Tampa, and found himself face to face with the Florida underworld.
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Exploding Phones Take Two More Vicitims
Though the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Underwriter Laboratories (UL) both assured us last summer that phones are quite safe, some people still can’t catch a break. We’ve learned of two more instances of iPhones going up in smoke, both thanks to their batteries malfunctioning. Back pocket burn: In Maine an 8th grader was burned by her iPhone when
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Mexican ‘Miracle Man of the Pacific Ocean’ gives his first account of how he survived 13 months adrift before washing up 8,000 miles away This is the first picture of the ‘Miracle Man of the Pacific’ – the fisherman who survived on turtle blood, raw fish and seagull flesh for more than a year as he drifted helplessly across the world’s largest ocean. Stumbling ashore today at a dock in the Marshall Islands from a naval boat that picked
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Germany preparing THIRD financial rescue for Greece...
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West Coast Is “On Track for Having the Worst Drought In 500 Years”
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$20,000/oz GOLD, Is OBAMA Coming For Your IRA? | Andy Hoffman
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Celente Warns Of Coming Riots: “The Collapse Is Engulfing The World”
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U.S. Insurance Companies to Exclude all Coverage for Radiation Claims Turner Radio Network - Insurance Companies in the United States have begun notifying customers they will no longer have ANY coverage whatsoever for anything relating to nuclear energy claims.
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Third Banker Commits Suicide Within a Week Paul Joseph Watson - “Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, was found dead at the side of a highway that leads to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington state, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. He was 50,” reports Bloomberg.
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Bank of Oklahoma Disaster Drill to Disrupt Banking cprpt.com - The drill will begin at 8 p.m. Central Standard Time on Saturday, February 15 and run throughout Sunday, February 16.... This drill is part of our ongoing disaster preparedness efforts to make sure that Bank of Oklahoma is ready to face the worst of what nature has to offer.
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Washington State Edges Closer to Taxing Drivers by the Mile Adan Salazar - In a dizzying twist of logic, the Commission and DOT blame the prevalence of fuel-efficient cars as the reason the state now needs a per-mile tax, arguing that “the move to cleaner, smarter vehicles must be accompanied by a change in the way we pay for our roads.”
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Chick-Fil-A Plans to Remove Dyes, High-Fructose Corn Syrup Natural Society - When a food maker comes under fire for feeding poisons to the masses, we should all join in to publicize the criticism. Too often these food companies hide behind their golden arches or PR folks and don’t address the health concerns of the people. So, when the heat is on and they actually take note, it doesn’t only signal a victory for health-foodies, but motivation to keep fighting for greater change.
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SHERIFF RICHARD MACK: Uphold The Constitution

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Emilie’s Story: ObamaCare is hurting people like me

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Shocking US factory orders and Chinese bank woes trigger global flight to safety
Factory orders in the US suffered their steepest fall for 33 years in January and also slowed further in China, raising fresh concerns about the strength of the world’s two biggest economies. The shock figures set off a renewed flight to safety in New York, where yields on US 10-year Treasuries fell to a three-month
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US could start defaulting on debt ‘very soon’ warns Lew
US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew warned Monday that the US is on course to hit its so-called debt ceiling, the limit to which it can legally borrow, by the end of the month. He called on Congress to raise it immediately to prevent the issue from harming the economic recovery, adding that the government would
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Feds push for mandatory car-to-car communications — Secret plan to put remote kill switch in every European car revealed The US government will work to enable wireless communication links between cars, technology it expects will reduce accidents and, eventually, decrease fuel consumption and speed travel. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration said Monday it’s finalizing a report on the subject based on a 3,000-vehicle study of vehicle-to-vehicle communications that began in Ann Arbor, Mich.,
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Children Belong to All of Us,’ Common Core Promoter Says; Opponents Are ‘Tiny Minority’ of ‘Fringe Voices’
“The children belong to all of us,” Paul Reville, an education professor at Harvard and former Massachusetts secretary of Education, said Friday in explaining why states should adopt the Common Core State Standards Initiative. “What we’re doing at the national level … is what a lot of our states thought made sense individually. Why should
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Maine: Judge Says Boys Claiming Girlhood May Use Girls’ Restroom
School officials violated state anti-discrimination law when they would not allow a transgender fifth-grader to use the girls’ bathroom, according to a ruling by the highest court in Maine that’s believed to be the first of its kind. The family of student Nicole Maines and the Maine Human Rights Commission sued in 2009 after school
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More than 400 dead dolphins on north Peru coast More than 400 dead dolphins were found last month on the Pacific Ocean beaches of northern Peru where twice that amount were encountered in 2012, officials said Monday. Authorities never established the cause of the deaths in 2012. They are doing autopsies on the latest dolphins found during January in the Lambayeque region on the
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Mass sea star deaths off US west coast puzzle scientists Starfish have been mysteriously dying by the millions in recent months along the US west coast, worrying biologists who say the sea creatures are key to the marine ecosystem. Scientists first started noticing the mass deaths in June 2013. Different types of starfish, also known as sea stars, were affected, from wild ones along the coast to

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