Sao Paulo to run out of water in 60 days/Rick Warren’s Call for Christians to Unite With Catholics and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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Russia Blames NATO For Security Crisis in Europe; Confiscates 1,000 Tonnes of Smuggled Western Food

The Russian Foreign Ministry has blamed NATO for the current Euro-Atlantic security crisis due to its continued spread of policy “eastward.” In a statement posted on its website, the Russian Foreign Ministry said NATO was not prepared to be in equal footing with Russia in response to security threats in the region. As reported in Russian …

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China Just Tested A Mach 10 Missile That Could Dodge US Defenses

China conducted the third flight test of a new hypersonic missile this week as part of its strategic nuclear program and efforts to develop delivery vehicles capable of defeating US countermeasures, defense officials said. The flight test of the developmental Wu-14 hypersonic glide vehicle was monitored by US intelligence agencies Tuesday during a flight test …

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US calls on Russia to calm turbulence in Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that Russia could rebuild its relations with the West “if it simply helps to calm turbulent waters” on its border with eastern Ukraine, where pro-Moscow separatists are fighting with Kiev forces. Speaking in Basel, Switzerland at a meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Kerry …

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It’s official: America has now been overtaken as the Leading Superpower of the World

Hang on to your hats, America. And throw away that big, fat styrofoam finger while you’re about it. There’s no easy way to say this, so I’ll just say it: We’re no longer No. 1. Today, we’re No. 2. Yes, it’s official. The Chinese economy just overtook the United States economy to become the largest …

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The Creative Way Gov’t Officials Are Standing Up to Atheists Who Demand They Ban a Christmas Nativity From a Courthouse Lawn

Officials in an Arkansas county have rebuffed atheists’ efforts to seek the removal of a nativity scene from a courthouse lawn, deciding instead to add a disclaimer. Quorum court members adopted the resolution Tuesday night, permitting the Christian imagery to once again be on public display. The nativity scene, which is erected each year on …

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Why a Mom Who Was About to Abort Her Baby Was ‘Crying and Shaking’ After Reaching the Clinic — and the Message That Radically Changed Her Mind

A British woman who came close to aborting her unborn baby last year before changing her mind at the last minute is expressing gratitude for the pro-life clinic protesters who helped her through the difficult situation.  Suzan Briggs, 27, recently told the BBC’s Newsbeat that when she found out she was pregnant, she simply didn’t …

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The American Humanist Association filed a legal complaint Monday against Hall County Schools in Gainesville, Georgia, for allegedly promoting Christianity and prayer during athletic events. “This action challenges defendants’ policy, practice, and custom of authorizing faculty, coaches and other school officials to lead and participate in prayer with students during school-sponsored activities, and their policy, …

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Court Orders School District to Pay $75,000 for Denying Boy Use of Girls’ Restroom

AUGUSTA, Maine – A superior court has ordered a Maine school district to pay $75,000 to the attorneys of a male student who identifies as a female after it was declared that officials discriminated against him by denying the use of the girls’ restroom. As previously reported, Wyatt Maines is an identical twin who, according to his parents, has exhibited …

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Christians Threatened With ‘Loitering’ Citation for Pro-Life Outreach Take City to Court

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Two Florida women have taken their city and local police to court after they were threatened with a loitering citation for conducting pro-life acitivities outside of a local abortion facility. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) filed the legal challenge on behalf of Judith Minahan and JoAnn O’Connell of Fort Myers …

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The spread of an Antibiotic-Resistant ‘Superbug’

A week after grilling hamburgers in his backyard in November 2011, business consultant Kenneth Koehler became violently ill. He suffered stomach pains, diarrhea and nausea – and rushed to the hospital emergency room in Biddeford, Maine. Days later, his doctors told him that his burger was contaminated with Salmonella Typhimurium, a strain commonly found in …

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17 States sue Obama administration on immigration

A coalition of 17 U.S. states sued the Obama administration on Wednesday saying it acted illegally by issuing an executive order to ease the threat of deportation for millions of immigrants who are in the country without the proper documents. The case being led by Texas and filed at the Federal Court in the Southern …

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Earth is ‘living on borrowed time’: Scientists fear killer asteroids

An array of the world’s leading experts in astrophysics want everyone to stop worrying about what’s happening on Earth and start planning for what could one day crash into it. We’ve seen it play out in Hollywood before: A killer asteroid is hurtling toward our precious planet while NASA scrambles to find a way to stop …

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Iran-Backed Hackers Target Airports, Carriers and Airlines

Hackers working for Iran have targeted at least 50 companies and government organizations, including commercial airlines, looking for vulnerabilities that could be used in physical attacks, cyber-security firm Cylance Inc. said today. The hackers infiltrated the computer systems of carriers and their contractors in Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates and South Korea, the Irvine, California-based …

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A Grand Jury Did Indict One Person Involved In Eric Garner’s Killing — The Man Who Filmed It

On Wednesday, a Staten Island grand jury decided not to return an indictment for the police officer who put Eric Garner, an unarmed black man, in a chokehold shortly before his death. A different Staten Island grand jury was less sympathetic to Ramsey Orta, however, the man who filmed the entire incident. In August, less …

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Google wants to replace passwords with fingerprints and eyeballs

Google Glass is due to receive an update in 2015, and if a Google patent submitted last month is any indication, it could include a new feature to let wearers use their fingerprints, or scans of their eyes, instead of passwords on websites. In November’s patent application, Google explored ways to replace website passwords with biometric data …

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Expert group wants 3 more volcanoes added to list under 24-hour watch

An experts’ panel studying the forecasting of volcanic eruptions has urged the government to add three more volcanoes to the 47 under round-the-clock observation, and recommended enhancing monitoring near craters to improve early detection. A study group set up at the Japan Meteorological Agency’s Coordinating Committee for Prediction of Volcanic Eruptions has been reviewing the …

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Super Typhoon Rapidly Intensifies; May Threaten the Philippines

Super Typhoon Hagupit has formed in the tropical western Pacific Ocean and is undergoing a period of explosive and rapid intensification. It may pose a significant danger to the Philippines later this week, but uncertainty remains high in its future track. Hagupit made its closest approach to the Yap Islands Wednesday evening, local time (15 hours …

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Strange stock market trades confuse Wall Street

A strange series of very heavy trading in roughly a dozen stocks has Wall Street traders scratching their heads; here’s what I think is happening. It started at about noon ET. All the trades occurred in roughly the same time period—roughly noon ET to roughly 12:30 p.m.—and the volume in all the stocks was heavy, …

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San Diego citizens forced to drink their own pharmaceutical pollution through emergency sewage recycling program

The drought in California has unfortunately become a way of life for the majority of its residents, with many of them resorting to showering in portable stalls located in parking lots and getting on board with drinking recycled sewage water. The latter specifically pertains to San Diego, where a plan has already been put in …

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Online news sites to be blacked out during next major catastrophic event?

According to what I’m hearing from several sources in my network of contacts, the U.S. government is putting systems in place to black out online news sites like Natural News, Drudge Report, The Blaze and many others. A practice run that took place earlier this week in California has already achieved this result and confirmed …

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CNN Cuts Off NFL’s Benjamin Watson After He Glorifies Christ

A respected news-media source wouldn’t really pull the plug on someone for saying simply, “Christ died for our sins.” Would they? That’s one way to interpret what happened when NFL player Benjamin Watson was on CNN talking about his popular Facebook post regarding his reaction to the Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decision to not indict …

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Mayor Campaigns for God After Miraculous Escape

It was a year ago on Nov. 8 that one of the strongest storms in history devastated parts of the Philippines. As the hardest-hit city Tacloban slowly recovers, its mayor is speaking out for the first time about how his faith in God helps with the challenges of rebuilding a destroyed city. As super Typhoon …

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Florida May Permit Same-Sex Marriages in January

Same-sex marriages could begin in Florida in early January after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit on Wednesday declined to extend a stay issued by a federal judge who struck down the state’s ban on gay weddings. The ruling would permit same-sex couples to tie the knot after the stay expires at the end …

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Plummeting Oil Prices Could Destroy The Banks That Are Holding Trillions In Commodity Derivatives

Could rapidly falling oil prices trigger a nightmare scenario for the commodity derivatives market? The big Wall Street banks did not expect plunging home prices to cause a mortgage-backed securities implosion back in 2008, and their models did not anticipate a decline in the price of oil by more than 40 dollars in less than …

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‘We Love Jesus!’ Iraqi Children Proclaim Love for Christ in Face of Islamic Beheading

Four Iraqi children firmly declared their love for Jesus in the face of death when Muslims in the country recently demanded that they convert to Islam. Andrew White, chaplain of St. George’s Anglican Church in Baghdad, relayed the story in a recent video as he shared both about the persecution that Christians face in the country …

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Operation Room staff are being fitted with data-collecting RFID chips at the ‘Sunshine State’ Celebration Health facility. The chips, embedded in regular ID badges, track their movements and time management, feeding into a central database. The Operation Room is a new frontier for a scheme that started in 2011 with the hospital’s nursing staff, and has …

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‘Merry Christmas’ Signs Appear Yet Again Seemingly Taking Aim at Political Correctness — but No One Knows Who’s Posting Them

The annual Christmas mystery continues in Redmond, Washington, where enigmatic “Merry Christmas” signs are appearing for the third consecutive year. As usual, no one seems to know who’s responsible for posting the placards, which read, “It’s OK to say Merry CHRISTMAS,” according to the Redmond Reporter. And that’s not the only message presented on the …

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Pat Sajak Says TV Content Is Getting ‘Darker and Darker’ and Reveals the Other Big Societal Change He’s Noticed After Decades of Hosting ‘Wheel of Fortune’

TV host Pat Sajak is known for hosting one of the most beloved game shows in American history, but he’s also an outspoken conservative who has no problem addressing his views on a wide array of issues. The “Wheel of Fortune” host was recently interviewed for an episode of the Freefall audio series during which …

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Satanists Win the Right to Place ‘Grossly Offensive’ Holiday Display Next to the Nativity Inside Florida’s Capitol

Satanists have won the right to place a holiday display inside Florida’s state capitol in Tallahassee later this month — one that features an image of an angel falling into burning flames, Bible verses and a “Happy Holidays” message. Officials in the state had initially refused the Satanist display and called it “offensive,” but have …

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NASA tracks intensifying Typhoon Hagupit

Typhoon Hagupit continues to intensify as it continued moving through Micronesia on Dec. 3 triggering warnings. NASA’s Aqua satellite passed overhead and captured an image of the strengthening storm while the Rapidscat instrument aboard the International Space Station provided information about the storm’s winds.  The International Space Station-RapidScat instrument monitors ocean winds to provide essential …

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11th Sierra Leonean doctor infected with Ebola

Another Sierra Leonean doctor has become infected with Ebola, as the U.N. health agency said Wednesday that poor data from the outbreak is complicating efforts to measure progress in containing the disease. Ebola has sickened more than 17,000 people, the majority of those in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The disease has exacted a particularly heavy …

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Massive Sinkhole Tearing Apart A Street In San Francisco

A massive 30-by-20 foot sinkhole tore apart a street in the Bay Area of San Francisco on Wednesday, according to a CBS local San Francisco affiliate. The sinkhole, caused by heavy overnight rain, sits at the intersection of Lake Street and Sixth Avenue. Jean Walsh, a spokesperson for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, told …

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POWDER KEG – NYC Tense Protesters Target Tree Lighting

Furious protesters chanting “no justice, no tree!” tried to storm Rockefeller Center on Wednesday to disrupt the annual lighting ceremony following a grand jury’s decision to not indict the NYPD cop who killed Eric Garner. “F–k the tree!” the mob bellowed as cops held them at bay along Sixth Avenue in front of Radio City Music …

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Georgia City Under Fire for Blocking Mosque From Retail Space

A suburban Atlanta city has rejected a request by Muslim residents to put a prayer center in a local shopping center, setting up a potential lawsuit over what the group says is a violation of religious freedom. The City Council in Kennesaw, Georgia, denied an application for the mosque on Monday night in a 4-1 vote …

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Fireman’s Reputation Torched After Stand for Biblical Morality

Atlanta’s Kelvin Cochran may be a firefighter, but he’s not fireproof, as the latest controversy shows. Despite a long and distinguished career (including a stint as the U.S. Fire Administrator), Chief Cochran is at the center of an explosive debate over free speech on the job after the city suspended him for allegedly handing out …

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AFA: Wal-Mart’s SmartStyle Family Hair Salon Ordered to Not say Merry Christmas

Read what this AFA staff member wrote: I got a haircut yesterday at SmartStyle in Walmart. The woman who cut my hair told me the employees had been instructed to refrain from “religious” greetings such as “Merry Christmas” and “God bless you.” I asked her if it was a corporate decision and she said they …

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Chicago Experiences Coldest Temperatures In 110 Years in 2014

This year has not only been one of the coldest in Chicago, it is also one of the few places on the entire planet that was colder than average this year. In fact, none of us have never experienced a year as cold as 2014. The last time the average annual year-to-date temperature was this cold was …

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Ukrainian PM reports accident at nuclear power plant.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday an accident had occurred at the Zaporizhye nuclear power plant (NPP) in south-east Ukraine and called on the energy minister to hold a news conference. “I know that an accident has occurred at the Zaporizhye NPP,” Yatseniuk said, asking new energy minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn to make clear …

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Powerful Storm Brings Record-Breaking Rainfall to Southern California

A powerful storm brought a record-breaking amount of heavy rain to Southern California Tuesday, prompting flash-flood watches, preparations for mudslides in recent burn areas and the mandatory evacuation of homes in Camarillo. More

U.S. leads 25 more air strikes against Islamic State militants

The United States military launched 14 more strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria and led 11 strikes in Iraq since Monday, according to U.S. Central command. The strikes in Syria, centered near the border town of Kobani, hit a large group of militant fighters as well as various fighting positions, Central Command said in …

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Vladimir Putin’s worst nightmare may be happening right now

A plummeting currency, rising inflation and sagging oil prices — that’s the stuff Vladimir Putin’s nightmares are probably made of. The former KGB operative has staked his reputation for years on Russia’s spectacular economic growth throughout the 2000s, thanks to its dependence on increasingly lucrative energy exports. As the price of oil, Russia’s most important …

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Rick Warren’s Call for Christians to Unite With Catholics, ‘Holy Father’ Raising Concerns

In a new video, megachurch leader and author Rick Warren is calling for Christians to unite with Roman Catholics and “Pope Francis,” who Warren recently referred to as the “Holy Father”—a move that is raising concerns among Christians nationwide and is resulting in calls for Warren to repent. Warren made the comments following his visit to the Vatican last …

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Phoney doctor convicted after practicing 30 years

Vidoje “Willy” Peric, a naturalized Swiss originally from Serbia, claimed to have a medical diploma from the Belgrade military academy but could not produce an original copy, the Corriere del Ticino newspaper reported. He treated patients in Savosa, a village near Lugano, as well as in German-speaking Switzerland and Cuba, according to the report. More …

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Russia to hold more large-scale military maneuvers in 2015

Tens of thousands of Russian military personnel will take part in Center 2015 strategic exercises that will be held simultaneously in several areas both in Russia and abroad, Russia’s Defense Ministry said in a statement.  The strategic military exercises for military personnel in the Central Federal District, called Center 2015, will be held in summer …

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Brazil and Uruguay move away from US dollar in trade

BREAKING NEWS – Brazil and Uruguay have switched to settling bilateral trade with local currency to stimulate turnover, bypassing the US dollar. Payments in the Brazilian real and Uruguayan peso started on Monday. The agreement was signed on November 2 by the head of Brazilian Central Bank Alexandro Tombini and his Uruguayan counterpart Alberto Grana. …

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Family Lived With Corpse for 6 Months While Praying for Resurrection

A Canadian family lived with a corpse in their upstairs bedroom for six months because they believed the deceased man would be resurrected if they prayed, but the body was discovered when the family was evicted for not paying the mortgage. Kaling Wald, 50, pleaded guilty to failing to notify police that her husband had …

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Tour Guide Gets More Than She Expected When She Joins Prayer at Supreme Court

It’s significant that a prayer vigil with Bound4LIFE is called a “Silent Siege.” This public prayer witness carries a distinct difference from the atmosphere of many protests that occur on Capitol Hill, specifically at the U.S. Supreme Court. The people praying are silent, yet definitely it is a Siege—things are most certainly happening! I have …

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Is New York about to experience their own “Ferguson”?

A grand jury decision is expected to come soon, in the case of the apparent police chokehold that killed Eric Garner on Staten Island this past summer. Garner, a father of six, died in July after being placed in an apparent chokehold by Officer Daniel Pantaleo. Garner was being arrested for allegedly selling loose, untaxed …

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Alarm bells toll for human civilization as world’s 12th largest mega-city to run out of water in just 60 days

The city of Sao Paulo is home to 20 million Brazilians, making it the 12th largest mega-city on a planet dominated by shortsighted humans. Shockingly, it has only 60 days of water supply remaining. The city “has about two months of guaranteed water supply remaining as it taps into the second of three emergency reserves,” …

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