world news matching bible prophecy

Netanyahu sends message to French Jews “Israel is your home”.

The France attacks could be start of a new wave of world wide terrorism Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Saturday night as he promised French Jews they had a home in Israel. He spoke to the media as he prepared to fly to Paris Sunday to join world leaders in a mass solidarity vigil to mourn …

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Strong 5.8 Earthquake Strikes Offshore Mabayo, Philippines

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Terror cells activated in France

French law enforcement officers have been told to erase their social media presence and to carry their weapons at all times because terror sleeper cells have been activated over the last 24 hours in the country, a French police source who attended a briefing Saturday told CNN terror analyst Samuel Laurent. Ahmedy Coulibaly, a suspect …

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Mitt Romney considering 2016 presidential run ( Again )

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney adamantly denied that he would run for president again in 2016, but apparently that’s all changed now: The former Republican candidate is reportedly considering taking another shot at the nation’s highest office. The news was first reported by the Wall Street Journal, which stated that Romney told donors in New …

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Financial agency downgrades Russia’s credit rating to 1 notch above junk level

The international ratings agency has knocked Russia’s credit rating down a peg, while warning that ‘growth may not return until 2017,’ as the national economy struggles amid sanctions and tumbling oil prices. Fitch Ratings Inc, with dual headquarters in New York and London, downgraded Russia’s credit rating to BBB- from BBB, which is just one …

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Israel deploying Iron Beam high energy laser system in 2015 and will be the first combat laser in active duty

Iron Beam is an air defense system currently in development by Israeli defense contractor Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. It is expected to enter service with the Israel Defense Forces in 2015, the system is designed to destroy short-range rockets, artillery, and mortars too small for the Iron Dome system to intercept effectively. This will be …

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Landmark synagogue shut on Shabbat first time since WWII.

The Grand Synagogue of Paris shuttered ahead of Shabbat services on Friday night in the wake of a series of terror attacks across the city, including one siege on a Jewish market by an Islamic extremist. The synagogue was evacuated during the event, Le Monde reported on Friday, and did not reopen for services on Friday night. Friday’s …

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More than 700,000 rally in France after Islamist attacks

More than 700,000 people on Saturday took to streets across France in tribute to the 17 people killed in three days of violence by Islamist extremists, the interior minister said. From Nice and Marseilles in the south to Besancon in the east and Lille in the north, people poured onto the streets to express their …

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At Least 40 People Sick from Drug-Laced Bread, Causes Hallucinations and Out-of-Body Experiences

At least 40 people in Orange County suffered symptoms ranging from nausea to hallucinations after eating Three Kings cake laced with a synthetic drug, prompting a criminal investigation of the bakery that made it, police said Friday. Officials closed Cholula’s Bakery in Santa Ana on Wednesday after up to 40 customers reported getting sick after eating …

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Pastor Exhorts Montana Lawmakers to Obey God Rather Than Men

A Wisconsin pastor presented a sermon before the Montana legislature this past weekend, teaching on what is known as the Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates, a historic and biblical doctrine that dates back to the times of Moses and Daniel. Matt Trewhella, pastor of Mercy Seat Christian Church in Milwaukee, had been invited by the group …

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Jews Fleeing France In Record Numbers As Antisemitism By Muslims Explodes

JEWS ARE FLEEING TERROR-HIT PARIS BECAUSE OF GROWING ANTI-SEMITISM IN FRANCE, ONE OF BRITAIN’S MOST INFLUENTIAL JEWISH JOURNALISTS SAID TODAY “For, lo, the days come, saith the LORD, that I will bring again the captivity of my people Israel and Judah, saith the LORD: and I will cause them to return to the land that …

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World Leaders: Continued Fighting In Ukraine Could Lead to Nuclear War

Former Soviet leader and Nobel prize winner Mikhail Gorbachev warned today that the battle in Ukraine could result in a nuclear war: “A war of this kind would unavoidably lead to a nuclear war,” the 1990 Nobel Peace Prize winner told Der Spiegel news magazine, according to excerpts released on Friday. “We won’t survive the …

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How Obama Lied About Obamacare

When U.S. Senator Barack Obama was campaigning for the Presidency in 2007 and 2008, he promised that on healthcare, his plan would be “making health insurance universal.” This means he was promising that 100% of Americans would have health-insurance, once Obamacare (the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”) is up and running. The first open enrollment period under Obamacare lasted from October …

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The World Wars of Albert Pike

Among eventually becoming a 33rd degree mason and a top leader of the Ku Klux Klan, Pike was also believed to be a Luciferian. He claimed he was able to summon Lucifer at will as the Grand Master of the Order of the Palladium. Palladism or TRADITIONAL SATANISM, an ancient Luciferian cult, was then introduced …

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Army plans to shift 3,000 troops to Europe

The Army plans to send a brigade of tanks and fighting vehicles into Europe by the end of this year, according to the top Army commander in the region. More than 150 tanks and fighting vehicles will go to Germany and other countries in Europe as part of the Army’s plan to bolster its presence …

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Muslim Jesus Vs Biblical Jesus

THE MUSLIM QU’RAN DESCRIBES A DIFFERENT JESUS THAN THE HOLY BIBLE DOES In recent weeks, I have been in conversations with a pastor from a large Baptist church in Richmond, VA. He believes that Allah and our God are one and the same. He told me that Muslims see God through the lens of Muhammad, …

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Nordic countries point the way to cashless societies

Nordic countries are leading a shift by rich nations towards cashless societies, providing a test case for whether the lower cost and convenience of using cards and smartphones for payments outweigh the risks of fraud and some people being left behind. Helped by wide use of computers even among the elderly, broad trust in the …

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U.S. Issues Rare Worldwide Travel Alert After Recent Terror Attacks

The United States has issued a global travel warning after recent terror attacks in France, Australia and Canada. The alert comes hours after French police killed three hostage-takers in a pair of incidents. Two of the men are believed responsible for Wednesday’s attack on a satirical magazine in Paris. Twelve people were killed in that …

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NC City Forced to Remove ‘Christian’ Praying Soldier Veterans’ Memorial; Unable to Pay $2 Million to Battle Secular Group

A North Carolina town has finally thrown in the towel on a years-long court battle by agreeing to remove a veterans’ memorial statue from its central park that featured a praying soldier kneeling before a cross and a Christian flag. After spending approximately $50,000 in legal fees to help preserve the memorial at King Central …

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Two Pro-Second Amendment Bills Introduced In South Carolina Legislature

Two bills filed in either house of the South Carolina legislature earlier this week are designed to educate students across The Palmetto State about the Second Amendment, gun safety, and gun marksmanship. The House bill was filed by Republican state Rep. Alan Clemmons. It is co-sponsored by fellow Republican state Reps. Garry Smith and Richard Yow. …

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Wait Till You Hear What Barack Obama’s Labor Secretary Just Said About Whose Side God Is On

One of the first questions one might reasonably ask when considering what Obama’s Labor Secretary Tom Perez just claimed regarding God and government is…what about that cherished liberal principle of the separation of church and state? A second logical question would be…how does the head of the U.S. Department of Labor know what God believes …

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BIRTH-PANGS – Earthquakes increasing across North America, Something Bigger on the Horizon?

More earthquakes strike north Texas shaking going on. The U.S. Geological Survey has confirmed a Thursday afternoon temblor near Midlothian. The quake measured a 2.7 magnitude. There are reports of the movement also being felt in Mansfield. The earthquake, that happened at 2:12 in the afternoon, measured at a depth of five kilometers. There are …

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Huge circle in Antarctic ice hints at meteorite impact

During a routine flight over the Antarctic ice shelf on 20 December last year, geophysicist Christian Müller spotted something strange: a huge, 2-kilometre-wide circle on the ice. Müller, a contractor with research consultants Fielax from Bremerhaven, Germany, was in Antarctica as part of a polar survey conducted by the German Alfred Wegener Institute. Six days …

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The Road To War With Russia

For several weeks now the anti-Russian stance in the US press has quieted down. Presumably because the political leadership has moved its attention on to other things, and the media flock has followed suit. Have you read much about Ukraine and Russia recently? I thought not, despite the fact that there’s plenty of serious action …

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Judge slams Christian florist with personal liability

A judge in Washington state has slammed the grandmother who owns and operates Arlene’s Flowers with personal liability should she lose any of the lawsuits pending against her for adhering to her religious convictions and declining to celebrate and decorate for same-sex ceremonies. The case against Barronelle Stutzman began when Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson …

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Judge’s ruling looms in Houston Pastors’ Fight

A ruling is expected as early as Monday in the latest battle in Houston’s war against several pastors who fought an “equal rights” ordinance that grants privileges to transgenders across the city.  A spokesman for the U.S. Pastor Council in Houston, whose members have been involved in the fight, said a judge heard arguments from …

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Walmart Refuses to Print Engagement Photo Over Shotgun

A couple was perplexed after an employee at a Texas Walmart refused to print one of their engagement photos, which featured a shotgun, allegedly citing a store policy against promoting “gang culture.” Stephanie Wehner recently ordered a set of 13 photos online from Walmart in anticipation of her wedding this weekend, but when she went …

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Biotech Outraged After China Rejects Several Billion Tons of GMO Corn

Biotech corporation Syngenta’s GMO corn (known as MIR 162 or ‘Agrisure Viptera’) was recently refused by Chinese officials when shipped to the country, yet a spokesperson from the Big Ag company, Paul Minehart, “expects that the Chinese government will still approve” their prematurely released crop which is now in the subject of several US lawsuits …

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Lines for blocks as Venezuelan citizens search for detergent and chicken.

Shoppers thronged grocery stores across Caracas today as deepening shortages led the government to put Venezuela’s food distribution under military protection. Long lines, some stretching for blocks, formed outside grocery stores in the South American country’s capital as residents search for scarce basic items such as detergent and chicken. “I’ve visited six stores already today …

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7 States With the Most People on Food Stamps

With a grocery bills priced as high as $1,300 per month as of late, some American workers simply cannot afford all of their groceries on top of everything else they already have to buy. This is why the government offers food stamps.1 The USDA Food and Nutrition Service reports that as of September 2014, there …

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As flu becomes more widespread, CDC pushes antiviral meds

In the midst of a worrisome flu season, health officials are pushing doctors to prescribe antiviral medicines more often. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday sent a new alert to doctors, advising prompt use of Tamiflu and other antivirals for hospitalized flu patients and those at higher risk for complications like pneumonia. …

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Mysterious booms rattle homes in Oklahoma, Source remains a Mystery

A spate of mysterious booms has been shaking a city in central Oklahoma. Oklahoma Geological Survey research seismologist Austin Holland says a series of thunderous booms rattled the Norman area at 11:19 a.m. Friday and that numerous more were reported in the same place around the same time Thursday. Both Holland and National Weather Service …

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Man Complains About a 48-Foot Tall Cross, So the City Decides to Turn It Into This…

A 48-foot-tall cross in an eastern Michigan town has come under fire, after disputes sprang up over having the religious symbol on public property. For decades, the cross has stood way up at the top of Grand Haven’s Dewey Hill for about 15 days out of the year. Now, after recent controversy over the cross, …

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26 children dead as flu outbreak widens.

Flu is now widespread in 46 states and has killed 26 children, health officials said today. “This year is shaping up to be a bad one, particularly for people 65 and older,” says Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Children younger than 5 are also at high risk of hospitalization, …

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UPDATE: 5 New Measles Cases Reported With Ties to DISNEYLAND.

Five more people who visited Disney theme parks in California last month have fallen ill with measles, bringing the number of cases in the state to a dozen, local health officials said Friday. Six patients in Southern California’s Orange County have been diagnosed with the illness who visited the local theme parks last month, and …

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Rapper Timbaland Says God expects those who have been blessed with wealth to use it to help others.

Famed rapper and music producer Timbaland recently revealed that he believes God expects those who have been blessed with wealth to use it to help others. Speaking about his life and career recently on Power 105.1′s nationally syndicated radio show “The Breakfast Club,” Timbaland, who has produced songs for Justin Timberlake, Nelly Furtado and Jay …

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Controversial study links circumcision to autism in boys under 10

Circumcised boys have a much higher chance of developing attention-deficit disorder and autism by age 10, the hotly debated research from Denmark says. But not all experts are comfortable with the “extremely speculative findings.” The risk is doubled if a boy is circumcised before five, the Statens Serum Institut study also claims. The link, they …

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U.S teen charged with trying to join ISIS

A US teen arrested at a Chicago airport while allegedly trying to join up with Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, has been formally charged, federal prosecutors said Friday. Mohammed Hamzah Khan, 19, faces one count of “attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization,” which carries a maximum penalty of up …

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10 Signs Your Church Has Been Secularized

The Bible teaches that the church is supposed to influence the world as salt and light (Matt. 5:13-16), but instead the church has often been influenced by the world. Ezekiel 22:26 sends a stern rebuke to believers who make no distinction between that which is common and that which is holy (by common we mean worldly things …

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New Hampshire Bill Would De-Fund Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

A new bill in the New Hampshire legislature would protect state residents from having their tax dollars used to finance abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood. The measure would make sure family planning dollars stay with agencies that do not also kill unborn children in abortions. Health centers across New Hampshire could lose state money for family …

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Anonymous says it will avenge Charlie Hebdo attacks by shutting down jihadist websites

Hacker group Anonymous have released a video and a statement via Twitter condemning the attacks on Charlie Hebdo, in which 12 people, including eight journalists, were murdered. The video description says that it is “a message for al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and other terrorists”, and was uploaded to the group’s Belgian account. In the clip, a figure …

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Mandatory Vaccinations in NY Upheld by 2nd Circuit

Requiring the vaccination of all children attending New York public schools does not violate the constitutional rights of their parents, the 2nd Circuit ruled. “Plaintiffs argue that a growing body of scientific evidence demonstrates that vaccines cause more harm to society than good, but as Jacobson [v. Massachusetts] made clear, that is a determination for …

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The US has more jails than colleges.

There were 2.3 million prisoners in the U.S. as of the 2010 Census. It’s often been remarked that our national incarceration rate of 707 adults per every 100,000 residents is the highest in the world, by a huge margin. We tend to focus less on where we’re putting all those people. But the 2010 Census …

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115-car pileup closes I-94 in both directions in Michigan

Both directions of Interstate 94 are closed west of Battle Creek after a deadly crash caused about 115 vehicles to pile up on the interstate, accoridng to WOODTV.  WOODTV reports the interstate is closed between the Galesburg and Climax exits (exits 88 and 92). Michigan State Police are ordering an evacuation for everyone within a …

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Hundreds of Hamas Terrorists in Israel Switching to ISIS

As new details are revealed in the investigation of the Islamic State (ISIS) terror cell in Hevron, security officials estimate that hundreds of Hamas terrorists are leaving the “moderate” terrorist group in favor of ISIS to wage war on Israel – and the Palestinian Authority (PA). The leader of the Hevron ISIS cell, Ahmed Wadah …

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Record 92,898,000 Americans Out of Workforce.

A record 92,898,000 Americans 16 years and older did not participate in the labor force last month, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The BLS defines people not in the work force as people 16 years and up who are not employed and haven’t “made specific efforts to find employment sometime …

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Record Snowfall Strikes Jacksonville, Florida

Snow-way! Call it a miracle! Snow danced over the streets of Jacksonville Thursday for the first time in five years and tied the record for the day of a trace set 57 years ago.  Granted it’s not a Buffalo type record where the only way of escape out of your house after a snow event …

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Hawaii vacation over, now taxpayers to pay massive tab.

President Barack Obama and his family just spent their Christmas and New Year’s holidays in Kailua. Now it’s time for taxpayers to pick up the tab. While the Obamas and friends who accompany them pay for their own private vacation home rentals on or near Kailua Beach, taxpayers foot a multimillion dollar tab for everything from …

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Harsh Respiratory Virus Slams Colorado.

Colorado is being hit with a rise in cases of upper respiratory illness this year, and doctors are warning that without treatment, patients could suffer for weeks once they’ve contracted the virus. Dr. John Torres, Medical contributor for KUSA in Denver, says that hospitals in Colorado are seeing a higher than normal number of cases …

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Health Officials Warn of Legionnaire’s Disease Outbreak in NYC.

City health officials are warning New Yorkers about an increase in cases of Legionnaire’s disease, a potentially deadly form of pneumonia, in the Bronx. Eleven cases of the disease were reported in the Bronx in December, compared with two in December 2013 and three in December 2012. The 11 cases reported last month represent nearly 20 …

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14 States in the U.S Now Colder Than Mars.

Time to stop remarking about how unearthly cold it is outside because on Thursday, Mars was actually warmer than many parts of the U.S.  The daytime high in the red planet’s Gale Crater, as recorded by NASA’s curiosity Rover, was 17.6 degrees F – a whopping 11 degrees warmer than the 6-degree high in Green …

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Proposed New Hampshire Bill Would Strip Taxpayer Funding from Abortion Providers

A representative in New Hampshire has proposed a bill that would strip taxpayer funding from organizations that perform or actively advocate for abortion. Rep. Warren Groen (R-Rochester), who has long been outspoken about his opposition to abortion, recently introduced the legislation, which would bar any business that performs abortions, refers mothers to abortion facilities or …

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DAYS OF LOT – Dating Apps Fueling A Spike In Sexually Transmitted Diseases?

More gay men in the U.S. and abroad are testing positive for certain STDS, and sites like Grindr are catching the heat. This week, British public health officials set off a flurry of headlines after blaming the rising rates of syphilis and gonorrhea in the United Kingdom on apps that allow people to find prospective …

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U.S. Welcoming Islamic Immigrants France Now Regrets Welcoming

As terror-torn France and other European countries put curbs on Islamic immigration, the Obama administration is waving foreign Muslim nationals into the U.S. in record numbers. According to a recent Center for Immigration Studies report, America between 2010 and 2013 imported more people from Muslim countries than Central America and Mexico combined. And now, with the …

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Will that be cash, credit, fingerprint or iris scan?

Forget about whipping out your credit card. The next time you have to buy milk, condoms or whatever else you need, some mobile technology and financial companies are hoping you’ll give a quick imprint of your finger, scan of your eye or tap of an armband that links to your heartbeat. Once used for getting …

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RUMORS OF WAR – Russian Marines to Prepare for Arctic Warfare in 2015

Russia’s Northern Fleet marines will undergo special training in 2015 for military activities in the Arctic, Northern Fleet spokesperson Vadim Serga said Thursday. In 2015, the Independent Marine Infantry Brigade of the Northern Fleet’s United Strategic Command will focus on training in the Arctic, Serga said. The planned exercises are aimed at increasing the proficiency of military …

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Franklin Graham Fired Up Over Attacks on Christian Faith

The latest target of politically correct bullying against Bible-believing Christians is Atlanta’s former fire chief Kelvin Cochran. That’s right, I said “former.” Cochran was fired Tuesday because of a small passage—less than half a page—in a book he wrote for his church’s Bible study group. The book on biblical morality simply restates God’s position put …

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Bank of America warns of ‘lethal’ damage to China’s financial system as deflation deepens

China is at mounting risk of a financial crisis this year as growth sputters and deflationary pressures trigger a wave of defaults, Bank of America has warned. The US lender told clients that a confluence of forces are coming together that threaten to chill the speculative mania on the Shanghai stock exchange and to expose …

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Gay couples’ children oppose same-sex marriage, tell of unpleasant upbringings

Most of the children of gays and lesbians who have filed court briefs in same-sex marriage cases say their parents’ inability to marry has deprived them of legal protections and hampered them from living their otherwise typical lives. But four adult children of gay parents — acting as a “quartet of truth” — have submitted …

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Sisi becomes first Egyptian leader to attend mass at Coptic church

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi became the first president to attend mass at a church in Cairo, on the Coptic Christmas Eve. The short visit on Tuesday night came after masked men shot and killed two Egyptian policemen earlier in the day as they stood guard at a Coptic Christian church in Minya, 220 km. …

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North Korea shows progress in missile-launching submarine

North Korea has displayed its cyberattack capabilities and advances toward making nuclear warheads, the country’s adversaries say. Now, the North appears to have shown progress in fitting submarines with missile launchers. A report posted on Thursday on the website of 38 north, a prominent research group that focuses on North Korea, said commercial satellite imagery …

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M.O.D asks for American help in searching for Russian submarine near Scotland

The Ministry of Defence has been forced to request US military assistance to track a suspected Russian submarine off the coast of Scotland. Two US Navy aircraft have been conducting anti-submarine patrols in the north Atlantic this week on the trail of a Russian vessel in the area. A Royal Navy frigate has also been …

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France deploys 88,000 troops as Charlie Hebdo manhunt focuses northeast of Paris

Two brothers allegedly responsible for the Charlie Hebdo killings which left 12 dead in Paris remain at large. Tens of thousands of security officers have joined a manhunt for Cherif and Said Kouachi. France deployed tens of thousands of security forces in the hunt for two brothers accused of killing 12 people at the offices …

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Temperatures Dropping So Low Even Penguins Forced Inside.

The record-breaking cold blanketing the United States has been so harsh that the penguins in the National Aviary in Pittsburgh ended up being ushered indoors to escape the numbing cold. Penguins weren’t the only ones affected by the deep freeze. Schools were closed, homeless shelters were filled, and traffic ground to a halt in cities …

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Homeland Security Chairman warns of ‘Cyber Pearl Harbor’.

It took an attack by a nation-state on Hollywood to bring the threat of cyberattacks to the forefront of the Americans’ consciousness, but we have been fighting this war for decades. Most Americans think of cyberattacks as just threats to their identity and financial information, such as the recent high profile data breaches on Target, …

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Macy’s to close 14 stores, cut 1,300 jobs

US department store giant Macy’s said Thursday it would shut 14 stores, cutting more than 1,300 jobs, in a restructuring to boost its focus on the boom in online shopping. The affected stores, a small fraction of the company’s roughly 790 stores across the country, will be closed within several months, Macy’s said in a statement …

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RUMORS OF WAR – Will Israel Attack Iran in 2015?

It sounds absurd, but Israeli officials are warning that Iran could strike America with a nuclear weapon in 2015! Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dual concerns about Iran nuclear ambitions. He has publicly stated, “The goal is to prevent Iran from having the capability to manufacture and deliver nuclear weapons. That means zero enrichment, zero centrifuges, …

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Russia prepares to bail out its banks as economy collapses

Russia’s economic crisis continues to worsen as 2015 begins, with its bank bailout having now been expanded to include Gazprombank, the nation’s third-largest lender. On Dec. 31, OAO Gazprombank confirmed that it would receive more than $700 million in aid as the Kremlin scrambles to protect the country’s banking sector after the ruble’s free fall …

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USDA refuses to test foods for glyphosate contamination, says pesticides are safe to eat

The American food supply is teeming with deadly pesticides. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), headed by former Monsanto lawyer Tom Vilsack, says people shouldn’t worry because pesticides are completely safe to eat! The latest pesticide data released by the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) claims that most pesticide contamination on fresh fruit, vegetables, …

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History proves that Western governments have already used food as a weapon of genocide

The Great Famine of Ireland, in which mass potato crop failures resulted in more than 1 million men, women, and children dying of starvation, is now recognized by some as one of the first historical examples of the dangers of monoculture. But what few people realize about this grave time in Western history is that …

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100-year-old exercise instructor says secret to longevity is attitude of gratitude.

Proverbs 17:22 – A merry heart does good, like medicine, But a broken spirit dries the bones. A St. Paul exercise teacher celebrated a birthday today. Doesn’t sound like that big a deal, as all exercise instructors DO have birthdays. The thing is, Lauretta Taggert is now 100 years old, and still teaching. Taggert celebrated her big …

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NY Mayor cracks down on to-go food containers, packing peanuts.

New Yorkers’ beloved foam takeout and delivery food containers will soon be products of a bygone era. Mayor de Blasio — finishing off an initiative begun by his predecessor — will announce a ban on the environmentally unfriendly material Thursday, according to The New York Times. The ban will start July 1 and cover foam …

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All Over America, Government Officials Are Cracking Down On Preppers

Why would the government want to punish people that are just trying to work hard, become more self-sufficient and take care of their families? There are approximately 3 million preppers in the United States today, and often they appear to be singled out for punishment by bureaucratic control freaks that are horrified at the thought …

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Barack Hussein Obama And God’s Judgment Upon America

“THE FUTURE MUST NOT BELONG TO THOSE WHO SLANDER THE PROPHET OF ISLAM.” – BARACK OBAMA “And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.” – Genesis 12:3 Back in early 2008, I got busy — determined to find out …

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Colorado Reporter Hospitalized With Frostbite After Attempting Liveshot

A Colorado Springs reporter was hospitalized after suffering severe frostbite following his attempts to do a late-night liveshot by himself in freezing temperatures. Eric Fink, a KRDO-TV reporter, faced problems connecting his camera to his backpack as he attempted to set up the liveshot on Saturday night, Mediabistro reports. Fink told producers at the station he …

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New Orleans temps plunge to historic levels.

It’s a cold morning across south Louisiana as temperatures dropped into the lower 20s Wednesday night in the Capital City, the Crescent City and Acadiana. Baton Rouge reached a low of 20 degrees with a wind chill factor of 13 degrees. That tied the record set in 2014. New Orleans also dropped to 20 with …

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Mobile hits 17 degrees, beating 1886 temperature of 18

Thursday morning Mobile was at 17 degrees, beating the 1886 record of 18 degrees, however the freezing temperatures should rebound by mid-morning according to the National Weather Service.  The area will have a hard freeze warning until 10 a.m., as many areas are in the upper teens to low 20s along the coast, according to …

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Russia bans transgenders from driving.

Russia has listed transsexual and transgender people among those who will no longer qualify for driving licences. Fetishism, exhibitionism and voyeurism are also included as “mental disorders” now barring people from driving. The government says it is tightening medical controls for drivers because Russia has too many road accidents. “Pathological” gambling and compulsive stealing are …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Euro close to 1999 levels against dollar

The euro fell on Thursday to within a whisker of its value against the dollar when it was launched in January 1999. The exchange rate hit $1.175, its lowest since December 2005, to continue the longest run of declining values in its history. The common currency was first launched at an exchange rate of $1.1789 …

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Soros urges giving Ukraine $50 billion of aid to foil Russia

Billionaire financier George Soros has urged the West to step up aid to Ukraine, outlining steps towards a $50 billion (33.22 billion pounds) financing package that he said should be viewed as a bulwark against an increasingly aggressive Russia. Writing in the New York Review of Books, Soros said Europe and the United States needed …

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Obama Admin. Unleashes 300 Regulations In The First Week Of 2015

This year is already seeing a wave of new regulations being published in the Federal Register as the Obama administration unveils 300 new rules in the first seven days of 2015, according to federal data. Federal agencies have published 300 final rules, proposals for new rules and regulatory notices in the seven days since the …

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More Doctors Confessing To Intentionally Diagnosing Healthy People With Cancer To Make Money

It happens more often than you can imagine, but more Doctors are finally getting caught in the act of misrepresenting their oath and fraudulently diagnosing healthy patients with cancer to turn a quick buck from kickbacks on chemotherapy poisons. Why shouldn’t Doctors lie when the entire cancer industry is one gigantic fabrication from start to …

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Scientists observe superstar 10,000 light-years away, Star exploded for unknown reasons in 1840s

Eta Carinae, the most luminous and massive stellar system within 10,000 light-years of Earth, is known for its surprising behavior, erupting twice in the 19th century for reasons scientists still don’t understand. A long-term study led by astronomers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, used NASA satellites, ground-based telescopes, and theoretical modeling …

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DAYS OF LOT – Nepal to issue passports with third gender..

Nepal will issue passports to sexual minorities, adding a third gender category, an official said on Wednesday in a sign of the conservative Hindu-majority country becoming more liberal since the end of a decade-long civil war. The Himalayan nation’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are identified as either male or female in passports, despite …

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Mysterious Mass of Ice Crashes Through Chicago Man’s Home, shattered ceiling beam

A Chicago man came home to his Ravenswood apartment Tuesday to find three chunks of ice the size of bowling balls crashed through the ceiling of his living room. John Connors, an IT specialist, said the ice mass must have plowed through his roof and shattered on impact because he later discovered four large pieces …

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Legendary Gospel Singer Andraé Crouch Dead at 72

Music legend Andraé Crouch has died. The Grammy and Dove Award winner passed away on Thursday, January 8, 2015 at approximately 4:30pm PST at Northridge Hospital Medical Center in the Los Angeles area. Andraé, 72, was hospitalized on January 3rd. Andraé’s accolades include 7 Grammy Awards, 6 GMA Dove Awards, an Academy Award nomination for …

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Sean Hannity Gets in Radical Imam’s Face With Hard Truth

Sean Hannity is not one to back down from a challenge, and that includes going for the gut when it comes to radical Islam. Mere hours after the terrorist attack on a Parisian newspaper, Hannity interviewed Imam Anjem Chourdary of England. After reviewing some of Chourdary’s tweets after the terrorist attack, the first “question” out …

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Avian flu causes emergency poultry quarantine in Washington

The Washington Agriculture Department declared an emergency quarantine for domestic poultry and eggs in the southeast part of the state to contain the highly contagious avian flu. The quarantine issued Wednesday restricts the movement of chickens, turkeys and other birds out of that zone. It covers an area within 20 miles of two Benton County …

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Mexico Proposes Historic Crude Oil Swap With US

Mexico’s state oil company, Pemex, said Thursday that it had proposed an oil swap with the United States, potentially ushering in the first sustained crude imports by Mexico from its northern neighbor after years of self-sufficiency. Pemex said it had set out a plan to import up to 100,000 barrels a day of light crude …

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Militants planning mass casualty attacks against West

The head of Britain’s domestic spy agency MI5 warned on Thursday that militant Islamists in Syria were planning “mass casualty attacks” in the West and that intelligence services may be powerless to stop them. “We know… that a group of core al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria is planning mass casualty attacks against the West,” Andrew Parker …

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Iran deploys ‘real Iron Dome’ missile defense system

Iran says it has activated its own “real Iron Dome” missile defense system, which makes the airspace above the Islamic Republic the safest in the Middle East. “Today Iran’s Air Defense System has provided our country with an Iron Dome in its real sense and Iran’s airspace is the safest in the region,” said Mohammad …

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Obama proposes 2 years of free community college

President Barack Obama said Thursday that he will propose offering Americans two years of community college for free if they are “willing to work for it.” Obama made the announcement in a short video from Air Force One, saying his plan will make community college accessible for everybody.The news came as part of a three-state …

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Nigerian troops fight to recapture towns under terrorists control

Nigerian military was working hard to free towns captured by the Boko Haram insurgents in restive northeast state of Borno, a government official said on Thursday. Troops operations were currently under review for improving logistics and support for them to defeat the insurgents, Mike Omeri, the coordinator of National Information Center, told a news conference …

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Scanning fingerprints can explain how brain processes information.

Did you know that your own set of unique fingerprints can tell you all about how your individual brain processes information? It’s true! Watch this week’s Brody File segment with Human Behavioral Specialist Scott Black who explains the fascinating details.

Saudi blogger to be publicly flogged on charges he insulted Islam

A Saudi blogger who was sentenced last May to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes will be publicly flogged for the first time after Friday prayers outside a mosque in the Red Sea coastal city of Jiddah, a person close to his case said Thursday. Raif Baddawi was sentenced on charges related to accusations …

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21 pages of Obamacare tax instructions, IRS demands ‘shared responsibility payment’.

The complicated process of signing up for Obamacare is now being matched by IRS instructions to help Americans figure out how much in healthcare taxes they owe Uncle Sam. The agency has issued 21 pages of instructions, complete with links to at least three long forms and nine tip sheets. It is geared to those …

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Vandals desecrate Phoenix church with ‘Fascist Symbols’

Members of a north Phoenix Serbian parish coming in for Orthodox Christmas services on Wednesday morning were horrified to see their church had been vandalized with fascist symbols, according to a church spokesman. Block fence posts at St. Nikolas Serbian Orthodox Church near Cave Creek and Cactus roads had been spray-painted with symbols of the …

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FALLING AWAY – Jeb Bush Says We should Accept court rulings on ‘Gay’ Marriage

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Has Jeb Bush offered the Republican Party a new way to talk about same-sex marriage? Fred Sainz thinks he has. Sainz grew up two doors down from Bush in Coral Gables, Fla., and counts the former Florida governor as an early mentor who got Sainz a job working for Bush’s father in the White House. …

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Joel Rosenberg: ‘I Believe It’s a Demonic Movement’

Author Joel Rosenberg is sounding the alarm that radical Islam is spreading and if world leaders don’t deal decisively with it, we’re all in danger. “The Islamic State is not interested in being contained to Syria and Iraq,” Rosenberg told CBN News. “(ISIS) sees itself as building a regional caliphate or Islamic kingdom and eventually a global …

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NBC Removes “God” from Pledge of Allegiance…( Again )

It seems the folks over at Rockefeller Center have a problem with the Almighty. An astute reader pointed out that NBC has once again omitted God from the Pledge of Allegiance. The omission happened during a commercial promoting the network’s upcoming spy thriller called “Allegiance.” How’s that for a coincidence? “I pledge allegiance to the …

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DEVELOPING – French police swarm massive forest in hunt for suspects

French police are swarming a 51-square-mile dense forest in their hunt for the Islamist terrorist brothers suspected of carrying out Wednesday’s deadly shooting massacre at the Paris office of a satirical magazine. Authorities say the two brothers, identified as Said and Cherif Kouachi, may be hiding out in the Forêt de Retz, a vast woodland …

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More than one million flee, Ukraine close to ‘humanitarian catastrophe’

More than one million people have been driven from their homes by the conflict in Ukraine, hampering aid efforts and leaving the country on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe, aid agencies said on Thursday. The number of people uprooted within Ukraine, 610,000, and of refugees who have fled to neighboring countries, 594,000, has more …

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JC Penny Closing 40 stores this year, 2,250 jobs Gone!

J.C. Penney Co. said will close about 40 stores this year and cut about 2,250 jobs. Most of the stores will close by April 4, the Plano, Texas-based department store operator said Thursday. Here is a list of the location of the announced store closings. More

100 mph Wind storms heading to Scotland

Winds of up to 100 mph are expected to hit parts of Scotland on Thursday night. The Met Office has issued several warnings ahead of two storms forecast over the next two days. An amber ‘be prepared’ warning has been issued for Orkney, Shetland, the Western Isles, Highlands and Strathclyde. A yellow ‘be aware’ warning is in place …

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Computer chaos feared over 2015’s leap second, could wreak havoc on the infrastructure powering the Internet.

The year 2015 will have an extra second — which could wreak havoc on the infrastructure powering the Internet. At 11:59 p.m. on June 30, clocks will count up all the way to 60 seconds. That will allow the Earth’s spin to catch up with atomic time. The Earth’s spin is gradually slowing down, by …

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With 97% Compliance Chicken Pox Vaccine Still Causes Outbreaks

Year after year, South Korea has been experiencing chicken pox outbreaks even after the population there has been vaccinated against the disease to a near universal compliance rate of 97%. Why then, with such good vaccine coverage, are the vaccines failing to work? Vaccine supporters often claim that the majority of the population needs to …

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The U.S Air Force has confirmed it will pull out of three UK airbases, Save $500 Million a Year

The United States Air Force (USAF) has confirmed it will pull out of three UK airbases. US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel said the Americans will leave RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk and RAF Alconbury and RAF Molesworth in Cambridgeshire. The move is part of a programme to save £320m ($500m) a year across Europe. The USAF …

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$200 bn in debt looms over American oil and gas, First shale company filed for bankruptcy on Sunday.

Plummeting Brent oil prices are putting pressure on North American shale, which has sunk hundreds of billions of dollars into investment, and could soon come crashing down. Tempted by big returns, shale companies have borrowed more than $200 billion in bonds and loans, from Wall Street and London, to cover development and projects that may …

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Investor rush to artificial intelligence is real deal.

Silicon Valley loves a new fad. To judge by the spate of fundraising by start-ups in recent weeks, it has found one in an idea that is more than half a century old: artificial intelligence. “This is the hot place to be at the moment,” says Stephen Purpura, whose own AI company, Context Relevant, has …

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Charlie Hebdo Paris Attack Was Inside Job, False Flag? Conspiracy Theories Go Viral Online.

The headquarters of the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo was attacked by three gunmen on Wednesday with automatic rifles killing 12 people including two police officers. Police have identified the three gunmen who massacred journalists at the magazine office. The youngest of the three – Hamyd Mourad, 18, surrendered to the police on Wednesday. The …

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Earthquake shakes up Mass Region, Witnesses heard Loud Explosion, Ground Shake

A loud explosion-like noise and ground shaking event spooked residents in the quiet corner of the state Thursday morning. Officials at the Weston Observatory at Boston College confirmed that it was an earthquake. The observatory’s department chair, Dr. John Ebel, told Eyewitness News that the quake registered at 2.0 magnitude. He said it happened at …

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U.S. public school forces girls to follow Islam

The Douglas County School District in Colorado, under fire for saying that schoolgirls might have to cover up from head to ankle for a field trip to a Muslim mosque, has confirmed that such Shariah requirements will be enforced on the outing.  “Students who choose to attend the [Rocky Heights Middle School] world religion field …

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Swedish Citizens Welcoming RFID Implants, Organized “Implant Party”, Thousands could be Next

Revelation 13:16-18 –  He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads,  and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or[f] the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is …

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US weapons funnelled to Iran-backed militias.

U.S. weapons intended for Iraq’s beleaguered military are winding up in the possession of the country’s Shiite militias, according to U.S. lawmakers and senior officials in the Barack Obama administration. These sources say that the Baghdad government, which was granted $1.2 billion in training and equipment aid in the omnibus spending bill passed last month, …

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Star’s Wife Has a Surprising Answer When Asked If She’s Pro-Choice

The wife of “Duck Dynasty” star Al Robertson revealed that she considers herself pro-choice during an interview with HuffPo Live Tuesday, while at the same time citing her Christian faith in speaking out against abortion. Lisa Robertson, who appeared alongside her husband to discuss their new book titled, “A New Season: A Robertson Family Love …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – The Chart That Terrifies The Fed

For many months, the Fed had openly ignored what the market was signaling about future inflation expectations, either through 5Y,5Y forwards or breakevens, instead opting to rely on such trivial and unreliable indicators as inflation surveys and beige book narratives. However, with the collapse in 10 Year yields back under 2% that has now changed. …

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Mormon church applauds stars of TLC show who are attracted to men but married to women as ‘true to their religious convictions’

Preston ‘Pret’ Dahlgren has led what might seem like a picture-perfect Mormon life: He met his high school sweetheart in Sunday school as a teenager, completed his mission and married her. He is active in the church and the proud father of two young daughters. Dahlgren also is attracted to men.  His story is the subject …

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Senior CNN Man in Bizarre Anti-Israel Tirade after Paris Attack

CNN’s veteran news anchor and international correspondent Jim Clancy has provoked controversy after a series of bizarre anti-Israel tweets following Wednesday’s deadly terrorist attack in Paris. Journalists throughout the world and from across the political spectrum reacted with horror at the slaughter of 12 people at Charlie Hebdo’s Paris offices yesterday. The satirical magazine was …

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2014 Marked Worst Christian Persecution in Over 20 Years

Last year saw the highest level of persecution of Christians the world has seen since the fall of the Soviet Union, according to a report by a Christian persecution watchdog group released Wednesday. Open Doors USA highlighted that in the 24 years that Open Doors has been tracking numbers on global persecution, 2014 was the …

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What If Every Volcano on Earth Erupted at Once?

Whether it’s glowing lava snaking into the sea or lightning blooming in billowing ash clouds, the sight of an erupting volcano inspires awe and wonder. Now imagine 1,500 of these suckers all shooting off at once. That’s how many active volcanoes dot the Earth, plus an unknown number hidden under the ocean. Every day, between …

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Strange Behavior of the Sun’s Iron Heart Surprises Scientists

A machine on Earth capable of recreating the conditions inside the sun’s heart is helping scientists study how iron behaves at mind-boggling temperatures. The results of the experiment, so far, have defied expectations and just might help settle a long-standing solar puzzle, researchers say. Recreating conditions inside the sun, with temperatures topping 3.9 billion degrees …

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Rare Green Comet Is Now The Closest To Earth It Will Be For 8,000 Years

There’s a comet visible with the naked eye in the northern night skies. Comet Q2 Lovejoy showed up right before New Year’s and will remain with us until the end of January, but then won’t be seen again for another 8,000 years. Observers in the northern hemisphere will be able to see the comet most nights …

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What Taco Bell And McDonald’s Meals Look Like After 2 Years Of Just Sitting There

Jessica Freed A Michigan chiropractor has been saving a Taco Bell chicken taco and McDonald’s cheeseburger with fries for two years, and none of the items have appeared to rot.  Dr. Jaqueline Vaughn purchased the meals in early 2013 and put them on display in her office, Vaughn Chiropractic, in Waterford, Michigan. The meals have …

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Now Israel gets wiped off MANY maps

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HarperCollins and Scholastic Inc. are not the only mapmakers who can’t seem to find the state of Israel. A Norwegian NGO called Norwegian People’s Aid recently displayed colorful maps that erase Israel in favor of “Palestine” at an exhibition funded by the Norwegian government and other international donors. But the funding of the exhibition of …

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France Braces For More Terror!

French anti-terrorism police converged on an area northeast of Paris on Thursday after two brothers suspected of being behind an attack on a satirical newspaper were spotted at a petrol station in the region. France’s prime minister said on Thursday he feared the Islamist militants who killed 12 people could strike again as a manhunt …

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Greek Default Risk Soars As “Independent” ECB Dictates Greek Policy… Or Else

Despite stressing time and again that the ECB cannot dictate policy within individual nation states in Europe, Reuters reports Draghi’s henchmen are playing ‘bad cop’ to Germany’s ‘good cop’ for now as they threaten the withdrawal of Greek financial system funding if reforms are not carried out post election. Greek stocks are falling once again (led …

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Volcano ashes prompt closure of Colombian Airport – submarine volcano erupts near Tonga

COLUMBIA – The increase in the emissions of ashes from Colombia”s volcano Nevado del Ruiz prompted today the closure of nearby La Nubia airport to prevent traffic congestion to and from the terminal. According to Director of the Volcano Observatory of Manizales, Gloria Cortes, the communities near the crater, the most watched over in Colombia, …

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Low Oil Prices Pave the Way for New Carbon Taxes

When prominent members of both political parties talk about the possibility of taxing fossil fuels – you know something serious has shifted in U.S. politics. On Monday morning, former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, a largely pro-business Democrat, published a column in The Washington Post calling for the imposition of a carbon tax. “The case for …

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Multiple Currencies and Inflation in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe hit the headlines in the 2000s due to its extraordinary inflation rate, peaking at a monthly rate of 79.6 billion percent in November 2008. The hyperinflation was a result of Robert Mugabe’s government’s printing of excess money in order to finance government corruption as well as involvement in the Democratic Republic of Congo. As …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – We Are Entering An Era Of Shattered Illusions.

The structure of history is held together by two essential and distinct kinds of links, two moments in time to which no one is immune: moments of epiphany, and moments of catastrophe. Sometimes, both elements intermingle at the birth of a singular epoch. Men often awaken to understanding in the midst of great crisis; and, …

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Multiple mosques attacked in France following Charlie Hebdo killings

A blast damaged a restaurant near a mosque in the city of Villefranche-sur-Saone, eastern France on Thursday, French newspaper Le Progres reports. There were no casualties. According to the mayor of Villefranche Bernard Perrut, the explosion happened in front of the restaurant L’Impérial, run by “people close to the mosque.” One suspect in the Charlie Hebdo …

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Meteorite turns night into day over Bucharest, Romania

A meteorite has disintegrated over Bucharest, the capital of Romania, early Wednesday, blazing through the sky and briefly lighting up the city in the wee hours of the morning. The event, which occurred at approximately 3:05:57 a.m. local time, was caught on several security cameras throughout the city, such as the rooftop cam from surveillance …

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North Korea warns of ‘War Disaster’ over U.S. sanctions

North Korea has threatened the United States “with a hail of bullets and shells on its own territory” if it does not withdraw sanctions, the North’s state news agency reported on Thursday. U.S. President Barack Obama issued an executive order last week authorising expanded sanctions against North Korea after a hacking attack on Sony Pictures …

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Hundreds of Thousands Rally in Europe Over Slaying at Charlie Hebdo.

As darkness fell across Europe, tens of thousands took to the streets to show their solidarity with those killed by gunmen at the offices of satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo. The scenes were replicated across France, in London and around the world with crowds holding placards bearing the slogan #JeSuisCharlie, which means ‘I am Charlie’ in …

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Powerful Winter Storm Strikes Middle East, Snow in Syria and Hail in Lebanon

Snow fell Wednesday across the Middle East as a powerful winter storm swept through the region, forcing Syrians who have fled their country’s civil war to huddle for warmth in refugee camps. The storm dumped rain and hail on Lebanon’s coast and heavy snows in the mountains and central Bekaa Valley, where gas stations, banks, …

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US Be Warned; China, N. Korea Have Weapons, Systems That Can Reach Mainland

China and North Korea, allies at the same time two of the greatest archenemies of the United States, have reportedly advanced well into their respective military inventions. A report by Want China Times disclosed the world’s second-largest economy now has a nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine that can strike the continental United States from the Chinese …

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Wave of new diseases being brought to America by insects

Pandemics like the Ebola virus have made headlines around the world lately, but one medical expert said recently that the bigger threat to health comes from tropical diseases being spread by hordes of insects. In an interview with Fox News, Dr. Mark Siegel, professor of medicine at NYU’s Langone Medical Center, said that a few …

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Birds can sense extreme weather events and storms more than 24 hours in advance

An experiment on bird migration patterns has inadvertently revealed that some bird species possess a unique ability to detect inclement weather hours or even days before it hits. Researchers from the Universities of Tennessee and Minnesota found that the golden-winged warbler, which travels to the Appalachian mountains from Columbia during the northern hemisphere summer, can …

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Federal Reserve is doctoring statistics; financial expert predicts US economic bubble to collapse soon

Best-selling author and financial expert Peter Schiff is someone worth listening to when he makes a forecast regarding the economy. Schiff, who is also CEO and chief global strategist at Euro Pacific Capital Inc., was one of the few who accurately predicted the crash of 2008. But, as he is fond of pointing out, that …

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Glyphosate contamination will cause 50% of children to be autistic by 2025, according to researcher

Today, 1 in 68 children have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the U.S., a rate that’s increased 30 percent since 2012, according to a March 2014 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Boys are five times more likely than girls to have ASD, and white children are more …

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Kim Jong-un ordered a plan for a 7-day Asymmetric War

North Korea has a new war plan to complete a Southern invasion within a week using asymmetric capabilities including nuclear weapons, a high-profile defector and South Korean government officials told the JoongAng Ilbo. The war plan was created less than a year after Kim Jong-un assumed power, a South Korean official told the JoongAng Ilbo quoting …

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Are You Ready for “Virtual Reality” in your Home?

Virtual reality is known for bulky goggles and starring roles in science fiction films. But the goggles are shrinking, the prices are coming down and developers at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show say virtual reality will soon be coming to your living room. Virtual reality took up a large section of the CES floor this year, …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – EMU deflation is the final betrayal of southern Europe

The eurozone has let it happen. Europe’s authorities have so mismanaged monetary and fiscal strategy that the whole currency bloc has tipped into deflation. The drop in the eurozone’s headline price index to -0.2pc in December scarcely captures the significance of what is happening. Deflationary forces have been gaining a grip on all the crisis …

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Ecuador obtain $7.53 billion in credit, loans from China

Ecuador has obtained a total of $7.53 billion in credit lines and loans from China, its Finance Ministry said on Wednesday, funding the Andean country’s president sought during an official visit this week to cope with the plunge in prices of crude oil, its top export. China’s development bank will lend Ecuador $1.5 billion for investment …

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Howard Dean: You Can’t Call Paris Shooters “Muslim Terrorists”

Howard Dean joined the cast of Morning Joe to discuss the horrendous murders in Paris at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, but refused to call the killers “Muslim terrorists.” He said that these kinds of murderers have no regard for human life, and their actions are “not what the Koran says.” “I stopped calling these …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Greek Euro Exit Would Be Even Worse Than Lehman Brothers

A Greek Euro exit would be even worse than the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, according to international economist Barry Eichengreen (pictured above). Eichengreen, an economic historian at the University of California at Berkeley, said that, in the event of an exit, there would be bank runs; and it would all end with the …

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Dish Loses 90,000 Subscribers After Removing Fox News, Fox Business

Less than one month after Dish Network pulled the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network from its platform, over 90,000 of its customers have cancelled their subscriptions in favor of other television providers, according to a Fox News executive. Tim Carry, Fox News’ executive vice president for distribution, told Multi Channel Wednesday about 90,000 subscribers …

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Featured Speakers At Islamic Conference in Texas Have Advocated For Sharia Law

An Islamic conference scheduled for next Saturday in Texas features two speakers who have advocated for Sharia law, and one of them was an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center (WTC) bombing. The group Sound Vision is hosting a conference on January 17 called “Stand with the Prophet in Honor and Respect” in …

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Saudi connection? Lawmakers up pressure on Obama to release secret 9/11 documents

Congressional lawmakers on Wednesday ramped up efforts to get President Obama to release 28 top-secret pages from a 9/11 report that allegedly detail Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the terror attacks. Lawmakers and advocacy groups have pushed for the declassification for years. The effort already had bipartisan House support but now has the backing of retired …

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Russia Signs Historic Eurasian Economic Union Pact With Belarus And Kazakhstan

RUSSIA, BELARUS, AND KAZAKHSTAN SIGNED THE HISTORIC EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION WHICH WILL COME INTO EFFECT IN JANUARY 2015. “And the word of the LORD came unto me, saying, Son of man, set thy face against Gog, the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him,” Ezekiel 38″1,2 The bible …

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Magnitude 4.8 Earthquake Strikes Shore of Tofino, Canada

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87% Of Nation To Dip Below Freezing.

A theater chain in Minnesota was offering free hot chocolate Wednesday while the professional basketball team advertised $9 tickets to reflect the minus-9 degree temperature a day earlier in Minneapolis. The offers came as the nation shivered from the unrelenting march of a massive swath of bitterly cold air. Wind chill warnings, watches, or advisories …

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French police identify gunmen in attack on Paris magazine that killed 12

French police have identified the three Islamist gunmen who mounted Wednesday’s terrorist attack at a Paris satirical magazine’s office and said one had been convicted of terrorism charges in 2008. Two officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, named the suspects to the Associated Press as Frenchmen Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, in their early 30s, …

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UPDATE – Andraé Crouch Gets Good News, but Prayer Still Critical

Earlier this week, we reported on Andraé Crouch’s medical emergency. Sandra Crouch, sister of the legendary gospel singer, said her brother was taken to the hospital this past Saturday to address “some serious health complications that have arisen.” “We are also so grateful for the many thousands of people around the world who are praying for Andrae’ right …

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Hundreds of schools closed in Chicago due to frigid temps, sub-zero wind chills

Chicago Public Schools and more than 125 school districts in the area decided to close Wednesday as a cold front sliding off the Canadian Rockies threatens to drive wind chills into dangerous territory for the next two days. Chicago school buildings will be open for any students who show up and administrative staff, building engineers …

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A New Drug in the Age of Antibiotic Resistance

Two alarming figures from a report released last month by the U.K. government: By 2050, antibiotic resistance will cost the world a projected 10 million lives and $8 trillion each year. The report is one more in a growing collection of dire pronouncements about the current state of antibiotics: This past summer, Thomas Frieden, the …

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Canada opens its doors to 10,000 Syrian refugees, America Next?

Canada is coming to the rescue. The country announced Wednesday that it will be opening its borders to a total of 10,000 refugees from Syria and 3,000 from Iraq over the next three years, The Globe and Mail reports. That figure is only a fraction of the people who have been displaced by conflicts in …

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9 cases of measles confirmed in California

There have been nine confirmed cases of measles, the California Department of Public Health announced.  Seven are from five different locations within California, and two Utah residents were also confirmed to have the measles. Three more California residents were suspected of having measles. Health officials suspect someone who was at the Disneyland resort in mid-December had …

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Alien Earth with Red Sun discovered 470 light years away

The discovery of new planets likely to be able to support life along Earthly lines has been announced, with one of the most promising candidates for alien or human habitability located just 470 light-years away. The new exoplanets have been discovered by analysis of data from the Kepler space telescope, and bear the tags Kepler-438b …

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Michael Hayden: Paris Attack Is ‘New Flavor of Islamic Terrorism’

Wednesday’s deadly terrorist attack by hooded gunmen at the offices of a Paris satirical magazine is likely the wave of the future, according to Michael Hayden, the former head of the NSA and the CIA, who appeared Wednesday on “America’s Forum” on Newsmax TV. “We’re going to get the kinds of attacks like a drive-by …

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Magnitude 4.0 Earthquake shakes up Guthrie, Oklahoma

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Falling oil prices affect East Texas families

At just above $50 per barrel, crude oil is trading at it’s lowest price since April of 2009. Gas prices are down, too, with a gallon in East Texas selling for as low as $1.81. This drop in prices is affecting people in East Texas that rely on the industry to feed their families. Zach …

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Radical Leftist Lesbian: “Right-wing” Extremists Have Killed More Americans Than Jihadists.

Rahm Emanuel advised his leftist brethren to never let a good crisis go to waste. That’s precisely what Sally Kohn did today on Twitter following the attack on Charlie Hebdo. Kohn, who is currently a commentator on the failed news network CNN, provides absolutely no evidence to back up her outrageous claim. Her lie, cynically …

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Government Rules School District Violated Law in Firing Teacher Who Gave Student Bible

The Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has ruled that a New Jersey school district violated the rights of a substitute teacher when it fired the man for giving a middle school student his Bible during the lunch period. As previously reported, Tutka, a longtime substitute teacher for the Phillipsburg School District, was placed under possible disciplinary …

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The average college freshman reads at 7th grade level

The average U.S. college freshman reads at a seventh grade level, according to an educational assessment report. “We are spending billions of dollars trying to send students to college and maintain them there when, on average, they read at about the grade 6 or 7 level, according to Renaissance Learning’s latest report on what American …

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Japan Earthquake Released 9 Years of Mounted Pressure resulting in “Mega-Quake” and Tsunami

The earthquake that set off the tsunami which caused the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster was unleashed by a stealthy nine-year buildup of pressure on a plate boundary, scientists said Tuesday. Part of a fault where two mighty plates on the Earth’s crust collide east of Japan was being quietly crushed and twisted for nearly a …

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This viral video is changing countless minds about abortion

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How do abortionists describe preborn children and the violent abortion procedures they perform on them? A video has gone viral that exposes what abortionists admit when they don’t realize the cameras are rolling. Live Action’s “What is Human?” undercover investigative video probes America’s late-term abortion industry, and reveals chilling admissions from abortionists on the humanity …

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You Won’t Believe How Many People Skip Church to Watch Football

Most American churchgoers would rather attend church than watch their favorite football team. But a few diehard fans are willing to miss out on worship to watch a game. About 1 in 7 churchgoers (15 percent) say they’d skip church in order to watch their favorite football team, according to a survey of 994 churchgoers …

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Manila Traffic Enforcers to Wear Diapers During Pope’s Visit

When Pope Francis visits the Philippines next week, traffic enforcers won’t let the capital’s streets get gridlocked if they have to answer the call of nature. About 2,000 traffic enforcers who will be on duty during the Jan. 15-19 papal visit will be required to wear adult diapers, said Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chairman Francis …

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Economic crisis drives Venezuelans to fish smuggling

People in Venezuela’s savannah heartlands struggling to survive the national economic crisis have found a novel way to make ends meet: fish-smuggling to Colombia. While contraband of gasoline and medicine has been going on for years, little is known about the trade in tonnes of fresh-water fish by Venezuelans who pile them onto long, motorized canoes …

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Senator introduces bill to cut aid to Palestinians

Republican Sen. Rand Paul introduced a bill on Wednesday that would immediately halt U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority until it withdraws its bid to join the International Criminal Court to pursue war-crimes charges against Israel. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ recent turn to the international court at The Hague marked a major policy shift and …

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“Global Warming” Fee Added to Calif. Gas Prices – Before Sales Tax!

California drivers are now paying a “global warming” fee added to the price of gasoline before sales tax, forcing them to pay a tax on top of a tax. The state is charging gas retailers a new “global warming” cap-and-trade fee and retailers are passing the cost to consumers, but the consumer sales tax is …

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BIRTH PANGS – Seismologists investigating increased activity, Swarm Continues in Texas

Seismologists installed a new earthquake-monitoring device in the Dallas suburb of Irving this week after a series of minor temblors rocked an area near the site of the former Dallas Cowboys football stadium. Irving was hit by a magnitude 3.5 quake, the U.S. Geological Survey said. It was the strongest in a series of nearly …

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Is Your Church Part Of The Great Falling Away?

HAVE YOU CHECKED RECENTLY, TO SEE IF YOUR PASTOR IS TEACHING TRUTH, OR DO YOU JUST BELIEVE HIS SERMONS BECAUSE HE IS A PASTOR? “Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of …

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This Is Why Jihadis Massacred Writers And Cartoonists At A French Humor Magazine

The French magazine Charlie Hebdo, targeted on Wednesday by Muslim gunmen, has a long history of mocking religions, including Islam. Its most recent cover joked about author Michel Houellebecq’s new novel “Submission,” which speculates about a future in which France elects a Muslim president. Since its release, many have called “Submission” Islamophobic, though Houellebecq has …

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Men who take more selfies have higher than average traits of narcissism and psychopathy

Men who take more selfies have higher than average traits of narcissism and psychopathy, a study from academics at Ohio State University has found. The research, published in the journal of Personality and Individual Differences, looked at 800 men between the ages of 18-40 who completed an online survey about how many photos they posted …

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Putin Is Especially Dangerous Right Now

The sanctions against Russia and cuts in oil prices have finally worked. They are destroying the Russian economy. The ruble has collapsed, losing 60 percent of its value since President Putin’s invasions of Ukraine began. But that’s little solace for Ukraine, whose economy has collapsed even faster; the value of its currency, the hryvna, has …

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Atlanta fire chief made example of, terminated following Comment on Homosexuality

Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran — the subject of recent controversy over remarks made in a self-published religious book — has been terminated from the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, Mayor Kasim Reed announced today. Cochran returned to work today following a month-long suspension for comments in his 2013 book “Who Told You That You Are Naked?” …

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NOAA warns of strong geomagnetic storm hitting northern hemisphere.

BREAKING NEWS- The Space Weather Prediction Center issued a warning for a large geomagnetic storm on Wednesday morning. The NOAA organization said the primary areas that would be affected would be in the northern portion of the northern hemisphere. Some of the storm’s potential effects were power system voltage irregularities, possible false alarms triggered on …

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Children’s Book depicting 2 Mothers has Some Parents Angry, School Will not be removing it.

A local school board has voted to allow a book about a little girl with two mothers to remain inside district libraries and classrooms. The Superior School Board in Superior, Wisconsin, voted Monday night against banning the book, titled, ”Emma and Meesha My Boy: A Two Mom Story,” from local schools after an unnamed parent …

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BREAKING: Newspaper offices evacuated in Madrid due to suspicious package

A spokeswoman for media group PRISA confirmed its offices had been evacuated after receiving a suspect package. Pictures of employees standing outside the building have since been posted on Twitter. Policemen were also pictured outside the building. Laura Guerrero, an apprentice at sports TV channel AS, wrote: “Police at the headquarters of Prisa. “They found …

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Britain Man Gets Taxpayer-Funded Nose Job Then Declares Himself Bankrupt.

A man who was given a free nose job on the National Health Service, then threatened to sue it because he was unhappy with the result, has announced his bankruptcy. Sam Barton from Sutton Coldfield, in Birmingham blew a total of £100,000 on himself but still demanded the NHS spend even more. Mr Barton who …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – US Trade Deficit Drops To $39 Billion, Lowest Since December 2013 As Imports, Exports Decline

Those waiting to see if the crude crash would lead to any sizable adverse impact on the US trade deficit in November, as lower production led to higher imports if only on paper, the answer is yes, but in the opposite direction: instead of increasing or dropping just marginally from October’s $43.4 billion (to the …

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UK Healthcare System in Critical Condition, waiting times are worst in a decade

There are grave doubts over the NHS’ capacity to cope with ever-growing demand this winter after emergency departments recorded their worst week in a decade, and more than a dozen hospitals were forced to implement “major incident” emergency plans. Despite mild weather and without a serious outbreak of seasonal illness, this week at least 15 …

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Bizarre fireball that splits in two could be a meteorite burning up in Earth’s atmosphere

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A mysterious glowing orb has been filmed breaking away from an unidentified meteorite-like object as it streaked across the sky above California. The unusual object can be seen moving through the sky leaving a long tail behind that is characteristic of space debris or a meteorite burning up in the atmosphere. But after a few seconds …

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L.A. police to get Tasers that activate body cameras when used

Los Angeles police on Tuesday ordered Tasers that, when used, automatically activate cameras on officers’ uniforms, which will create visual records of incidents at a time of mounting concern about excessive force by U.S. law enforcement officers. The 3,000 new digital Taser X26P weapons record the date, time and duration of firing, and whether Taser …

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Volcanoes rumble across the planet as 2014 draws to a close

Joel 2:30-32 – “And I will show wonders in the heavens and in the earth: Blood and fire and pillars of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness, And the moon into blood, Before the coming of the great and awesome day of the Lord.  And it shall come to pass That whoever calls on …

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Soputan volcano blows its top in strong, explosive eruption

The volcano erupted this morning at 02:45 local time with a strong explosion from the summit lava dome. It sent an 6 km tall ash column to approx. 26,000 ft (8,5 km) altitude. The eruption followed an increase in seismic activity in December, when so-called “drumbeat” earthquakes appeared – a type of volcanic tremor typically …

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Time-bomb? Iceland volcanic eruption mystery – ground sinking below lava build-up by a foot a day

Just north of here, on the far side of the impenetrable Vatnajokull ice sheet, lava is spewing from a crack in the earth on the flanks of Bardarbunga, one of Iceland’s largest volcanoes. By volcanologists’ standards, it is a peaceful eruption, the lava merely spreading across the landscape as gases bubble out of it. For …

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Ebola death toll reaches 8,220 – no end in sight for outbreak in Africa

The death toll from the current Ebola outbreak has reached 8,220. As many as 20,712 are infected, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement on Tuesday. These cases were reported from Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. In line with statistics, the maximum number of Ebola-related deaths and cases has been registered in Liberia …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Bond King Bill Gross Warns “2015 Is Going to Be Terrible”!

Bill Gross, bond king, ousted executive, self-styled poet of the markets, has a bold, depressing prediction for 2015, and he’s not couching it in any of his usual metaphor: “The good times are over,” he wrote in his January investment outlook note. By the end of 2015, he goes on, “there will be minus signs …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Brent oil collapses below $50 first time since 2009

Brent crude oil has fallen below $50 per barrel on the London Stock Exchange – the lowest plunge since the dark days of the 2008 financial crisis. So far in 2015 Brent has already lost 10% of its value, after wiping out 50% in 2014. Brent crude is the European trading benchmark, and is following …

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Police Want Cop Killings Added to Hate Crime Law.

The law, 18 U.S. Code § 249, considers offenses “involving actual or perceived race, color, religion, or national origin” as hate crimes. “Right now, it’s a hate crime if you attack someone solely because of the color of their skin, but it ought to be a hate crime if you attack someone solely because of …

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Unsafe arsenic levels in rice and poultry

Lately there has been a lot of publicity about unsafe arsenic levels in rice and poultry due to a report from Consumer Reports. This is very disconcerting to hear, especially if you have only heard of arsenic as a poison. It’s actually a metal, frequently found in our food and our water in both inorganic …

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UPDATE – Nine earthquakes rattle North Texas in under 24 hours

Nine earthquakes ranging in magnitude from 1.6 to 3.6 rattled North Texas over a period of less than 24 hours late Tuesday and early Wednesday. The U.S. Geological Survey recorded the temblors in the Dallas suburb of Irving. No major damage or injuries were reported. The first earthquake, a magnitude 2.3, hit around 7:37 a.m. …

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1 million expected to lose food stamps as economy improves

Well according to CNN the Economy is not getting worse but actually “Better”, however a side effect of the improving economy would mean about 1 million needy people will lose food stamp benefits starting this fall. That’s a new estimate by a left-leaning think tank, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, which is urging Congress …

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Largest rebellion by a party against its own incumbent speaker since Civil War.

Republicans took full control of Congress on Tuesday, but — even on a day of happy ceremony — GOP leaders were reminded of the limits of their power, first by a veto threat from the president and then by a historic rebellion by conservatives in the House. In the Senate, Mitch McConnell (Ky.) was sworn …

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Powerful Magnitude 6.6 Earthquake Strikes Punta de Burica, Panama Region

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A Powerful Magnitude 6.6 Earthquake has struck the Punta de Burica, Panama Region According to the USGS

Bankrupt government slashing payments to doctors by 43%; medicare patients to be rejected nationwide

As we’ve warned for months, just because Americans are required to have health insurance coverage under regulations contained in the Affordable Care Act, that doesn’t mean that they will have access to care. If you recall, the entire purpose behind Obamacare, according to the president and the law’s backers, was only to insure something like …

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10 Key Events That Preceded The Last Financial Crisis That Are Happening Again RIGHT NOW

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If you do not believe that we are heading directly toward another major financial crisis, you need to read this article. So many of the exact same patterns that preceded the great financial collapse of 2008 are happening again right before our very eyes. History literally appears to be repeating, but most Americans seem absolutely …

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‘Unusual Event in the Sky’ 2,000 Years Ago Could Be Tied to the Wise Men and Jesus’ Birth as the Bible Claims

Adults and children in Latin America and Spain, among other locations, are celebrating Three Kings’ Day Tuesday, a joyous religious holiday that is held each year on the 12th day after Christmas. The event marks the moment the wise men, also known as the Magi, followed a “star” in the sky and met Jesus Christ …

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BIRTH-PANGS – Four Earthquakes Widely-Felt Across Dallas Fort Worth Texas

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Four earthquakes that rumbled across North Texas on Tuesday were centered in nearly the same location in Irving, the United States Geological Survey confirms. Two of the quakes, a magnitude 2.9 and a magnitude-2.7, occured within seconds of each other at about 8:11 p.m. One was located along Loop 12 at State Highway 114 while the …

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DAYS OF LOT – Florida could become Deep South’s prime gay wedding destination

With gay marriage now legal in Florida, same-sex couples from around the Deep South crossed the border Tuesday as the Sunshine State became a prime regional destination for gay and lesbian weddings still banned back home. Out-of-state couples lined up outside county courthouses early Tuesday in the Panhandle and northern Florida counties. Some drove for …

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Five cars that will change driving forever

CARS are no longer just four wheels and an engine that get us from A to B. With cars that drive themselves, stop us from crashing, and even search for available car parks, they’re sounding more like science fiction. But according to the big manufacturers at CES, this is the future. Ford made its biggest announcement with …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Russia faces ‘perfect storm’ as reserves vanish and derivatives flash default warnings

Russia’s foreign reserves have dropped to the lowest level since the Lehman crisis and are vanishing at an unsustainable rate as the country struggles to defends the rouble against capital flight. Central bank data show that a blitz of currency intervention depleted reserves by $26bn in the two weeks to December 26, the fastest pace …

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America’s Most-Watched Newscast Reports on the ‘Power of Prayer’

Days before ringing in the new year, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams ran a two-part report titled “Power of Prayer”—an overview of medical evidence revealing the positive, even miraculous, outcomes from believers praying. In the report, investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden interviews Father John Murray—a Catholic priest who stunned doctors by recovering from severe paralysis. …

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DC Pastor Falls Dead Moments Before Sunday Service

Another Pastor has dropped dead in Church. This recent incident involves The pastor of a D.C. church that died minutes before his Sunday sermon, The Washington Post reports. Church members found the Rev. Michael C. Murphy of Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ unconscious in his office on Dec. 28, after he failed to appear …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Investors Freak As Saudi Inaction Could Sink Oil To $20 A Barrel.

The world is freaking out over oil. After falling 6% on Monday, U.S. crude slipped another 4% Tuesday to close at $47.92. Brent crude is now down to $51.10. This is the lowest price since early 2009, when oil bottomed at $35 less than nine months after hitting a record high of $147. The Dow …

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Could We see a War Between China and America in Asian Waters?

Confidence in the capacity of the Asia-Pacific region to preserve a flexible but fundamentally robust security order weakened noticeably over the past year. Despite being clearly anticipated and exhaustively studied for some 25 years, the management of the Asia Pacific’s strategic transformation is headed toward outcomes at the worst-case end of the spectrum. A security …

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Venezuelan leader turns to China amid oil collapse

Sliding oil prices have sent Venezuela on a downward spiral — and sent President Nicolas Maduro on a trip to China to make an urgent appeal for cash. Maduro, who announced his “very important tour” in a national address Sunday after admitting Venezuela was in recession, made a stopover in fellow oil giant Russia on …

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Teacher, 25, accused of sex with student

A Pasco County teacher faces a criminal charge after the sheriff says she had sex with a student. It all started last spring, but officials didn’t become aware of the incident until now. The teacher is Tenisha Dixon, 25, who worked at Anclote High School in Holiday. “She was my softball coach and cheerleading coach,” …

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Obama’s India visit: US Secret Service to deploy surveillance satellites.

The US Secret Service is leaving nothing to chance as they prepare a foolproof security mechanism for President Barack Obama during his visit to India later this month. The advance team of the Secret Service is already in India and is working in tandem with Indian security agencies to workout security arrangements across the venues …

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Atheists Won’t Stop Carrie Underwood from Singing About Faith: ‘If You Don’t Like It, Change the Channel’

Despite being advised not to praise Jesus in public, Carrie Underwood is proud of her Christian faith and she is not afraid to let it shine.The mega star has reportedly been scrutinized recently by people in the Country and Pop music industries for her track titled “Something in the Water,” which highlights a biblical view …

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Hawaii Shatters 122 Year Old Cold Record

The unusually cold weather over the last two days continued to break records in Hawaii, including a record for this date that goes back over 122 years in Honolulu. The National Weather Service said Monday morning’s low temperature of 57 degrees beat the low temperature for this date of 60 degrees of temperatures recorded at …

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800 Flights Cancelled from Winter Storm Threat to Nation

Fliers faced several trouble spots Tuesday as cold air moved east and south out of the Midwest. More than 800 flights had been canceled nationwide as of 5 p.m. ET, according to flight-tracking service FlightAware. Several major airports in the mid-Atlantic and Midwest were seeing above-normal delay and cancellation tallies. Tuesday’s flight disruptions were concentrated …

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Central New York pounded by lake-effect storm, 20 inches and minus-7 degrees by Wednesday

A persistent lake-effect snowstorm has battered parts of central New York and more is on the way. The National Weather Service predicted up to two feet of snow in areas of Oswego County and the Tug Hill Plateau east of Lake Ontario during the most persistent bands of lake effect. The intense snow was hitting …

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Tony Blair ‘could face war crimes charges’ over Iraq War

Tony Blair could face war crimes charges as a result of the Iraq war inquiry report, the House of Lords has been told. Lord Dykes of Harrow Weald, a Liberal Democrat peer, claimed that the publication of the inquiry by Sir John Chilcot was being delayed “to prolong the agony” of the former Labour Prime Minister. Lord …

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Vladimir Putin Predicted To Resign Amid Economic Crisis; US-Russia Cooperation On North Korea Sanctions ‘Not Likely’

Lower oil prices will continue to worsen Russia’s economic crisis and prompt Russian President Vladimir Putin to resign. Noted analyst and former Morgan Stanley senior strategist Byron Wien has predicted that the declining price of crude oil will ultimately lead to Mr Putin’s resignation from office.  According to Wien’s forecast as reported in Bloomberg, oil …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Central Bank Setting Up “Ticking Time Bomb” for 2015

The more capital that is driven into risk assets, the greater the financial devastation. It is impossible for everyone to sell at the top before the implosion; the assets are owned by someone all the way down. The central bank/state plan for 2015 is a continuation of the same plan that’s been in play since 2009: …

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BREAKING NEWS – Active shooter reported at El Paso VA Health Care in TX.

There is an active shooter at the El Paso VA Health Care System in El Paso, Texas, a spokesman said Tuesday. The area is on lockdown, said Clarence Davis, spokesman for the William Beaumont Army Medical Center, which is adjacent to the VA facility. No other information was immediately available. CNN

Petco pulls pet treats from China suspected of killing and sickening thousands

Petco said Monday it has removed all remaining Chinese-made dog and cat treats from its website and stores nationwide because of concerns they have sickened thousands of pets and killed more than 1,000 dogs in the U.S. since 2007. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says initial tests have not connected the Chinese jerky and …

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China’s 10 DF-31 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles Alarm the U.S

The United States is concerned as China’s strategic missile force, or the Second Artillery Corps, has 10 DF-31 intercontinental ballistic missiles ready in service. Intelligence reports from the Pentagon revealed that while launch of the DF-31 missiles will not be able to hit the central U.S., the modified DF-31A, with a range of 11,200 kilometres, …

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NASA closer than ever to finding Earth’s ‘Twin’

NASA is closer than ever to finding a twin for the Earth, astronomers said Tuesday, announcing the discovery of eight new planets that circle in the habitable zones of their stars. Two of the eight are the most Earth-like of any known planets found so far outside our solar system, astronomers told the 225th meeting …

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Church of God Makes Urgent Call for 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting

Beginning Jan. 10, 2015, Church of God Prayer Ministries is calling for 21 days of prayer and Fasting for revival in the church and awakening in the nation. Imagine a nation-wide virtual prayer meeting. Everyone is at home, but connected, in prayer for the nation and the nations, for 21 days. Praying together, separately, this …

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Born-Again Gov. Bobby Jindal Prays for Spiritual Awakening

Seventy-two of us met at the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion a couple of weeks ago to plan The Response-Louisiana: A Call to Prayer for a Nation in Crisis with Governor Bobby Jindal. ​Jan. 24, at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center, 10:00 AM-4:00 PM. KTBS reporter—Shreveport’s ABC affiliate—Rick Rowe (friend of Dr. Fred Lowery) showed up with a camera. This three-minute video …

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Robber Flees After Spirit-Filled Granny Warns Him: ‘You’re Going to Hell’

What would you do if you woke up with a robber pointing a gun to your head? If you are anything like the 91-year-old great grandmother in Horn Lake, Mississippi, you would rebuke that devil-inspired criminal and make him flee. The granny, who asked KCTV5.com to keep her name out of the news, woke up …

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Resveratrol found in grapes protects DNA, cuts risk of heart disease, cancer

Resveratrol is no stranger to news headlines and the health-minded people who are privy to various findings about it. After all, the organic compound has been touted for its ability to slash heart disease risks and boost health. Findings have shown that it has the ability to keep certain cancers at bay and help prevent …

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FALLING AWAY – ‘A Different Jesus’ questions Christianity’s foundation

2 Corinthians 11:4 – For if he who comes preaches another Jesus whom we have not preached, or if you receive a different spirit which you have not received, or a different gospel which you have not accepted—you may well put up with it!  Leave it to Jan Linn to put a unique spin on the resurrection …

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3.5-magnitude quake rattles Irving; felt in other parts of Northern TX

A 3.5-magnitude earthquake rattled Irving on Tuesday afternoon, officials with the U.S. Geological Survey confirmed. It struck around 3:10 p.m. and was centered near the old Texas Stadium site — the same area where other earthquakes have been felt in recent weeks. FOX 4 staff members felt the quake in downtown Dallas, and we received …

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It isn’t a small minority anymore asking our regulators to limit biotech’s far-reaching arm. There is now an open letter endorsed by more than 59 million people asking both US and UK officials to be more prudent in questioning the hazards of genetically modified crops. The open letter is signed by celebrities, scientists, farmers, academics …

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Prophecy: I Will Put You in the Eye of the Storm

For the Lord would say, “You feel at times you do not have the strength to get through your day. At times, you are so stressed and you feel, ‘Lord, I just want to come aside, but my life and everything around me feels like a swirl. I feel like I live in a swirl.’” …

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Bill Clinton And The Pedophile: The Sex Scandal That Could Destroy Hillary’s Presidential Ambitions

Why did a convicted billionaire pedophile named Jeffrey Epstein that pimped out underage girls to powerful men have 21 contact phone numbers for Bill Clinton? And why did Clinton fly on “multiple occasions” to the private Caribbean island where Epstein regularly held wild sexual orgies? Let me give you a hint: it was not to …

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DAYS OF LOT – Calif. College Students Demand Sex-Consent Ed–for Kindergarteners

Take Back The Campus, an activist group for college students, is trying to combat the perceived string of sexual assaults on college campuses by demanding that children be educated on the particulars of sexual consent as early as kindergarten, which is for 5-year olds. Responding to recent claims of rising sexual violence on campuses, students from …

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Christians Make Up 92 Percent of New Congress

‘More than 90 percent of the new Congress is Christian, a 2 percent increase from the previous Congress. The Pew Research Center reports that 92 percent of the 114th Congress is made up of Christians, a figure dominated by Protestants at 57 percent. Thirty-one percent of those Christians are Catholic. Pew claims those numbers are …

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Iran General: Our Ultimate Goal Is the Destruction of America And Israel

The commander of Iran’s notorious Basij forces declared Monday that the Islamic Republic’s ultimate goal is the destruction of America and Israel. “Today there is no mandate to end our fight because Iran’s greatness in the region and the repeated losses by the Zionists and America are the proof of our fight up to today,” …

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Anti-Semites in Belgium are no longer hiding

“We have to put our jacket outside of the classroom, and often I would find in my pocket pictures of Hitler or Mussolini or Jews dying,” says Jeremie de Bock, a Jewish student in Brussels, when asked to describe the current atmosphere in the European Union’s capital, more than 70 years after the Holocaust. “Just for …

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Northern Lights of rare intensity seen in Russia’s north at the start of the year.

Northern Lights of rare intensity were observed in several regions of Russia’s north at the start of the year. Clear frosty air with cloudless skies and no snow storms let both locals and tourists capture the stunning natural light show. The natural phenomenon was observed in northern Russia’s polar regions, in Karelia, Murmansk and Arkhangelsk …

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Fracking caused earthquake boom in Ohio town, 77 Earthquakes Reported

In March 2014, hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – caused 77 earthquakes in a small Ohio town that had no previous experience with seismic activity, according to a new study. One quake was large enough to be felt in neighboring areas. Fracking in Poland Township, Ohio was halted two days after the area was hit …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Debt Up $7,500,000,000,000 Under Obama

The federal government drove $789,473,350,613.20 deeper into debt in calendar year 2014, an increase that equaled $6,875 per household, $7,458 per full-time year-round worker, and $8,853 per full-time year-round private-sector worker. According to the Treasury, the debt started calendar year 2014 at $17,351,970,784,950.10 and ended it at $18,141,444,135,563.30. When Obama took office on Jan. 20, …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Talk of Greek departure from the euro returns

The question of whether Europe can handle another crisis in Greece is heightening financial uncertainty for the currency union just as it is struggling to grow and create jobs. Some analysts and politicians say Greece 2.0 wouldn’t be as rough on the eurozone as the original Greek crisis and default in 2010-2012. They claim the …

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NASA spots massive outburst from our very own black hole

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As you might know, the Milky Way Galaxy, in which we are all floating, has a black hole with a mass 4.5 million times bigger than that of our sun at its very center. So, when NASA says a documented occurrence in that vast pit of darkness “raises questions about the behavior of this giant …

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Middle East Officials Question ‘Convenient Mistakes’ Of US Airdrops To Al-Qaeda.

As the “convenient” and “accidental” airdrops of weapons and supplies by the US and NATO into the hands of ISIS and al-Qaeda jihadists fighting inside both Syria and Iraq begin to draw more attention throughout largely alternative media outlets, such convenient mistakes are also being questioned by national governments, particularly those who may be in …

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North Korea Boosting Ability to Attack South Korea and U.S.

North Korea has also probably developed ballistic missiles capable of threatening the continental U.S., according to the report… North Korea has set up posts along its border with South Korea to be able to more quickly invade its neighbor, while also expanding its artillery and mechanized forces, according to South Korea’s Defense Ministry. Kim Jong Un’s …

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Bills target gun rights education in schools

Whether schools are the right place to instruct students about firearms will be up for debate. Zero-tolerance policies regarding guns at South Carolina schools has led to a backlash against citizens’ gun rights and a lack of knowledge on how to safely use firearms, Republican state legislators said as they prepared to open a new …

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New Ebola Vaccine trial begins

Scientists at Oxford University have begun immunising healthy volunteers with a new Ebola vaccine. In September last year a separate trial of another Ebola vaccine got under way in the city. This latest trial involves 72 volunteers aged 18-50. Initial tests in monkeys showed the vaccine, developed by Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson and Johnson, …

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Turkey Detains Dutch Journalist on Alleged Terror Propaganda

Turkish police detained a Dutch reporter on terrorism charges today, highlighting accusations of media persecution on a day President Tayyip Erdogan declared that Turkish journalists enjoyed more freedom than any in Europe. Frederike Geerdink, based in the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in southeastern Turkey, tweeted that police had searched her home and were taking …

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Smaller Cities Led Way in Rent Increases in 2014

The cost to rent an apartment jumped in 2014 for the fifth consecutive year as strong demand and short supply left vacancies near historically low levels. Nationwide, apartment rents rose an average of 3.6% last year, according to data from Reis Inc., a real-estate research firm. The increase pushed the average monthly lease rate to …

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Unexplained Loud Booms Are Escalating Across The USA in January 2015 And Nobody Knows Why!

Loud booms are actually usual on New Year’s Eve. However, I think that all the rockets and fireworks have already exploded two or three days after! So what are these mysterious booms heard and felt across the US in the first days of 2015?  Yesterday, mystery booms have been reported across the US from Texas …

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Are we close to World War III?

Glenn and his son Raphe were watching a movie about World War II recently, when Raphe asked his father a difficult question, “Dad, are we headed towards World War III?” Glenn took the opportunity to share with the radio audience his thoughts on the question. With the oil prices hitting a 5 ½ year low …

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North Korea has 6,000-member cyber army

South Korea said Tuesday that rival North Korea has a 6,000-member cyber army dedicated to disrupting the South’s military and government, a dramatic increase from an earlier estimate of 3,000 such specialists. Without elaborating, Seoul’s Defense Ministry also said in a report that North Korea may also have gained the ability to strike the U.S. …

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Corn syrup ‘more toxic than table sugar’

High-fructose corn syrup, found in sodas and many processed foods, appears to be more toxic than table sugar, a new study found. Researchers at the University of Utah looked at the effect of the two ingredients on mice. One group was fed a diet with 25 percent of the calories from the equivalent of high-fructose …

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At least 140 injured in Rio de Janeiro train collision

Two trains have collided outside Rio de Janeiro, with at least 140 people injured in the incident, local media report. One of the trains, which had stopped at a station, was crashed into from behind by another, according to authorities. The injured were taken to four major hospitals and there is an emergency unit providing …

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Iceland considers withdrawing EU application

Iceland is planning to formally withdraw its EU application, the country’s prime minister told the national radio station. Reykjavik also wants to lift capitals controls imposed on Iceland by Brussels after a financial crisis hit the country in 2008. Despite expected public protests, Iceland is going to make a second attempt to withdraw its application …

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Franklin Graham Addresses Hollywood, Sin and Death

Sunday night NFL football has been a favorite television staple for several years, but on at least two occasions this past fall, it was definitely a second viewing choice for millions of Americans. Instead of watching footballs fly, 17 million viewers chose to watch the season premiere of The Walking Dead, a series featuring foul …

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Author claims “Jesus Never Told Us to Pray for the Sick”

“Then He called His twelve disciples together and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases. And He sent them to preach the kingdom of God and to heal the sick … So they departed and went through the towns, preaching the gospel and healing everywhere” (Luke 9:1-2, 6). Jesus told us …

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Atheists Seek to Dissuade Congress From Taking Oath on Bible

An atheist organization is seeking to dissuade new members of Congress from taking their oath on the Bible when they are sworn into office today. “On January 6, Congress will take the ceremonial oath of office, during which each member will solemnly swear, or affirm, that he or she will ‘support and defend the Constitution …

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Collapsing Ruble Is Creating Food Shortages

Russia’s currency on Tuesday slipped 3% to below 63.5 rubles to the dollar as falling oil prices threaten to unwind the government’s efforts to defend the currency. The collapse of the ruble is causing price inflation throughout Russia. Inflation is running at 10%, according to The New York Times. Russian shopkeepers can’t update their price …

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Why we could be headed for an Energy Crisis as Early as 2016

Low oil prices today may be setting the world up for an oil shortage as early as 2016. Today we have just 2% more crude oil supply than demand and the price of gasoline is under $2.00/gallon in Texas. If oil supply falls too far, we could see gasoline prices doubling within 18 months. For …

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Cape Verde’s Pico do Fogo volcano erupts after 20 Years Dormant, Lava Overruns Villages

Cape Verde’s Pico do Fogo volcano explodes into life – after lying dormant for nearly 20 years. The eruptions, which started in November 2014, produced huge amounts of lava and smoke resulting in around 1,500 people being evacuated from the surrounding areas. Yahoo News

North Korea has ‘Significant’ tech to build mini Nuclear Device

South Korea’s defence ministry said Tuesday that North Korea appeared to have achieved a “significant” level of technology to miniaturise a nuclear device to be fitted on the tip of a missile. The ministry made the warning in a white paper due to be released later Tuesday, although defence officials said the nuclear-armed North has …

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Federal weather service worker charged with stealing sensitive government info met with Chinese in Beijing.

A federal weather service employee charged with stealing sensitive infrastructure data from an Army Corps of Engineers database met a Chinese government official in Beijing, according to court documents that reveal the case to be part of an FBI probe of Chinese economic espionage. Xiafen “Sherry” Chen, an employee of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration …

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The False Gospel Of The Emergent Church Leaders Exposed

The Emergent Church Movement is the start of the One World Religion “And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold …

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CNN will play this video when the world ends

It turns out CNN founder, Ted Turner, was a doomsday believer, creating a video to play on TV in the event of the world ending. It’s never been seen… until now. Thirty-four years ago when Turner launched Cable News Network, he made a promise about his 24-hour news service. “Barring satellite problems, we won’t be signing off …

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Radioactivity from crippled Fukushima reactors turns up off B.C. coast

Radioactivity from Japan’s crippled nuclear reactors has turned up off the British Columbia coast and the level will likely peak in waters off North America in the next year or two, according to a Canadian-led team that’s intercepted the nuclear plume. The radioactivity “does not represent a threat to human health or the environment,” but …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – World faces low inflation threat not seen since before WW2

Increases in the prices of goods and services in the world’s largest economies are slowing dramatically. Analysts are predicting that inflation will fall below 2pc in all of the countries that make up the G7 group of advanced nations this year – the first time that has happened since before the Second World War. Indeed, …

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Large sinkhole opens up near downtown Omaha

A large sinkhole swallowed up an entire section of a street near downtown Omaha this week. The sinkhole, which consumed the width of the two-lane street, was reported New Year’s Day near 20th and Pierce streets. Lesley Mosley, a resident in the area, told Omaha television station KETV that she heard a loud noise and …

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Bardarbunga Volcano May Impact Other Volcanoes

Geophysicist Páll Einarsson believes that Bardarbunga volcano, which is currently feeding the eruption in Holuhraun, may impact other volcanoes in the vicinity, most likely Tungnafellsjökull, where increased seismic activity has been picked up. “Almost every day now we see earthquakes in Tungnafellsjökull clearly related to these events so Bárðarbunga is trying to stir up some action …

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DAYS OF LOT – Saskatoon gay couple 1st to be married in Mennonite church

New Year’s Eve is a special time for many, and for Craig Friesen and Matt Wiens, it was especially meaningful. The Saskatoon couple was married on Dec. 31 in Osler, Sask., in the presence of family, friends and the church community. The men’s wedding marks a point in history for the Mennonite denomination in Canada. Friesen and Wiens …

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AZ ordered to stop prosecuting job-seeking illegals.

Bit by bit, the federal judiciary is tearing out the legal ground from under “America’s toughest sheriff.” First, a federal appeals court said it was illegal to deny bail to immigrants in the country illegally. Then, on Monday, an Arizona federal judge blasted a state law that stretched the crime of identity theft to include …

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Mysterious Object Spotted in California Sky

YouTube User Ken Roberts uploaded this video saying “I was driving home after work when this UFO or whatever you call it caught my eye. I pulled over in front of somebody’s house to film it. I would have got a better shot but I didn’t want to jump these peoples fence. Anyway I don’t know what …

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Caramel apples that killed five people tainted with same bacteria used to vilify raw milk; FDA doesn’t issue ban

A nationwide outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes has been traced back to at least three brands of caramel apples sold throughout the U.S. According to reports, five people have died and at least 30 others from 10 states made ill after consuming the tainted apples, which appear to have come from a California-based supplier. An announcement …

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DAYS OF LOT – Same-Sex Marriage Begins in Miami

A circuit judge lifted the stay on gay marriage in Miami-Dade County Monday, making it the first county to allow same-sex marriages in the state of Florida. Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel ruled the ban on gay marriage unconstitutional in July, but stayed the order. Following her Monday decision, same-sex marriages will begin in the county …

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Christian Blogger Pens Incredible Message as She Enters Hospice

A Christian author and blogger with terminal cancer who desperately — but unsuccessfully — tried to convince cancer-patient Brittany Maynard to reconsider her November decision to end her life through doctor-assisted suicide has been admitted to hospice care. Kara Tippetts, 38, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, published a blog post December 29, detailing her continued health …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – As Japan Opens, Nikkei 225 Down Over 500 Points From Overnight Highs – Below 17,000

Time for some GPIF asset re-allocation and spuriously repititive headlines about Abenomics, 3rd Arrows, growth, anti-deflation, or some such bollocks (as they say in Japan). For now, JGB Futures are at all-time record high prices, USDJPY sits back under 119.50, and Nikkei 225 Futures are holding just above the crucial 17k mark – down over …

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On Monday, the price of oil fell below $50 for the first time since April 2009, and the Dow dropped 331 points. Meanwhile, the stock market declines over in Europe were even larger on a percentage basis, and the euro sank to a fresh nine year low on concerns that the anti-austerity Syriza party will …

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FBI Says Doesn’t Need Warrant to Spy on Cell Phones In Public.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is taking the position that court warrants are not required when deploying cell-site simulators in public places. Nicknamed “stingrays,” the devices are decoy cell towers that capture locations and identities of mobile phone users and can intercept calls and texts. The FBI made its position known during private briefings with …

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‘Mysterious Beasts’ Spotted by Arizona Highway Cameras

A suspicious pack of what appeared to be a group of large animals has sparked a viral debate about a possible sasquatch sighting in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Transportation was behind the latest announcement — and conspiracy theories began to grow after they posted a photo from a highway patrol camera. It wasn’t Big …

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FLASHBACK – Mark This Date For Potential Disaster ( 2015 )

( ORIGINALLY POSTED MAY 14, 2012 ) If the world makes it through the end of the Mayan calendar this year, a pattern of recent economic disasters based on the Hebrew calendar portends what some suspect we will be the biggest U.S. financial calamity yet Sept. 13, 2015. The No. 1 bestselling Christian book in America, …

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16 Cancer-Causing Foods You Should Avoid

When your parents were young, no one was concerned about foods that cause cancer. The research was very young at the time, but there were also far less processed foods on the market. People ate healthier and more pure foods, because that was what was available to them. Today, it seems like doctors link everything to …

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Brutal cold will chill 70% of the U.S, 50 million people in 24 states

You know it’s going to be bad when 0 degrees Fahrenheit (-17 Celsius) will be the high temperature. But that’s what parts of Minnesota will experience this week. And plenty of others will be freezing as well. “We’re looking at 50 million people in 24 states that are going to see some of the coldest …

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Teenage boy will be blind in two years after taking single dose of Nurofen for sore throat

The family of a young boy nearly killed by a single dose of ibruprofen have been dealt a second devastating blow after being told he is going BLIND. Calvin Lock, 13, came down with a suspected viral infection and was given a single dose of strawberry-flavoured liquid Nurofen by his mother.  But that triggered an …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – DOW Plunges More Than 300 Points On Growing Eurozone Concerns, Falling Oil Prices

U.S. equities fell deep into negative territory Monday on worries about a potential Greece exit from the eurozone and plunging euro. As of 1:15 p.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial average shed 324 points, or 1.82%, to 17508. The S&P 500, meanwhile, dropped 37 points, or 1.80% to 2021, while the Nasdaq fell 69 points, …

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500 new HIV cases in Philippines in 1 month

Almost 500 new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections were documented in November 2014, two-thirds of whom were aged 15 to 24 and mostly infected through sexual contact, records of the Department of Health (DOH) showed yesterday. Based on the registry prepared by the DOH’s National Epidemiology Center, there were 492 new cases of …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Russia’s Ruble Tumbles as Oil Prices Keep Falling

Russia’s ruble fell more than 6 percent against the U.S. dollar on Monday, dragged down by weaker oil prices in volatile holiday trade. At 5:36 p.m. in Moscow, the ruble was 6.4 percent weaker at 59.59 rubles to the dollar and 3 percent weaker against the euro at 70.74. Oil prices, which have declined more …

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License Plate Trackers Send Passenger Photos to Police Databases.

Every day, the power of the police (and their federal financiers) to track the movements of every American expands. The latest loss of liberty involves the ability of license plate tracking software to recognize the faces of individual travelers in target vehicles. A company called ElsaAG North America (a division of Finmeccanica, an Italian defense, …

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Government Set to Ban Sledding in all but 2 of 50 Parks in Iowa

Don’t have too much fun. In fact, don’t have any fun. You could hurt yourself! That’s the thinking of all too many government entities these days—and it’s why local officials are increasingly likely to shut down the neighborhood sledding hill. According to the Associated Press, sledding prohibitions are more and more common: No one tracks …

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KINGS OF THE EAST? The Chinese are Coming: Beijing in the Balkans

In the latter part of 2014, China became the world’s largest economy, dethroning the United States which has held the position since 1872. The technique for identifying such sizes will always be up for question, even if the IMF did account for the issue of purchasing power parity. Those in the US can still summon …

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29-Year-Old Russian Hedge Fund Founder Disappears With All The Firm’s Money

A Moscow hedge fund chief executive has disappeared, along with all the money in the firm’s accounts.  That’s according to a stunning feature in The Wall Street Journal. Kim Karapetyan, 29, the youthful founder of Blackfield Capital CJSC, has disappeared, much to the dismay of his staff, which didn’t know until a group of men …

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CDC: Flu season continues to worsen, could peak this month

The flu is rampant in most of the country, and health officials say the season could peak soon. Flu was widespread in 43 states and flu activity was intense in most of them during the week of Christmas, according to the latest figures issued Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Those trends …

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Rogue star HIP 85605 on collision course with our solar system, but Earthlings need not worry

It’s known as HIP 85605, one of two stars that make up a binary in the Hercules constellation roughly 16 light years away. And if a recent research paper produced by Dr. Coryn Bailer-Jones of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany is correct, it is on a collision course with our Solar …

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A Nuclear Nightmare: If China and Japan Went to War

Nothing so clearly signals Australia’s involvement in a more strategically competitive Asia as the writings of Australia’s leading strategic academics. In quieter times, our academics focused on the meaning of self-reliance, or the durability of American power in the Asia–Pacific. Gradually, China’s rise made its way onto the agenda. And by late last year academics …

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Russia and U.S. Nuclear Weapons Rivalry Feared; Russian Attack Robots Prepared to Protect Ballistic Missiles

Matthew 24:6- And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. The growing tension between Russia and the United States over cruise missiles and the daring patrols of Russian nuclear submarines is threatening to bring …

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Zechariah 12:2-3 = “Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of drunkenness to all the surrounding peoples, when they lay siege against Judah and Jerusalem.  And it shall happen in that day that I will make Jerusalem a very heavy stone for all peoples; all who would heave it away will surely be cut in pieces, …

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DAYS OF LOT – Southwest FLA clerks ready for rush on same-sex marriage certificate requests

Collier County Clerk Dwight Brock’s office is preparing for tomorrow as if it will be the busiest wedding day the county has ever seen. “And we could have more couples than we’ll ever see again,” Brock said. But it’s still anyone’s guess as to how many same-sex couples will rush to the courthouse Tuesday morning …

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Brussels to impose maximum power limit on all new gas and electric ovens from next month

Brussels are set to impose a maximum power limit on gas and electric ovens next month which could threaten the Sunday roast.  An EU ruling will require ‘new energy efficiency requirements for ovens, hobs and range hoods’ by next month.  Officials insist it will cut waste and improve value for money, but critics fear it …

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Mike Huckabee Just Quit Fox News. Will He Run for President?

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee said on Saturday that he was leaving his weekly Fox News show so he can explore a 2016 presidential bid. Huckabee, who vied for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008, announced his decision to leave the show on Facebook, then bid his viewers farewell on his final show Saturday night. …

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Air regulators ban “visible chimney smoke” from wood stoves in Eugene, OR area.

Wood Stove owners in the Eugene-Springfield area have been pouring on the fuel during a cold snap, and air-quality regulators say a buildup of pollution means the burning has to be curbed. A ban on visible chimney smoke could last through Sunday, when warmer weather is expected. The Eugene Register-Guard reports such bans may become …

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WAR DRUMS – More Russia sanctions to provoke ‘Dangerous Situation’ in Europe

Tougher sanctions against Russia could destabilize the country and provoke an “even more dangerous” situation in Europe and have negative consequences for the entire world, German Vice-Chancellor Economic Affairs and Energy Minister has warned. “Those who want it, provoke an even more dangerous situation for all of us in Europe,” Sigmar Gabriel said in an …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Terrifying Consequences If Oil Drops To $40

As the price of oil drops below $50 for the first time since 2009, noted investor Jeffrey Gundlach warns that a fall to $40 dollars a barrel could spark “terrifying” geopolitical consequences. The February contract for West Texas Intermediate briefly fell to a session low of $49.95 earlier today, while Brent crude also hit a …

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Minnesotans Warned Of Wind Chills That Could Cause Frostbite In Minutes.

Minnesotans awoke Monday to dangerous subzero temperatures, wind chill values that could cause frostbite in minutes, and a coming winter storm. An arctic front moved into the state over the weekend, bringing with it extreme cold and bone-chilling winds. The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning for the northern half of the …

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Are PC hard drives destined to die at the hand of the cloud? Maybe, analysts say

As more and more users store their data on the Internet, does the need for local hard drives diminish? Fortunately for hard drive makers, the answer is a definite maybe, a panel of analysts said Sunday. At the Storage Visions conference prior to CES, analysts said that PCs and consumer devices will still have need …

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Tomb of Pharaoh’s Unknown Queen discovered

Czech archaeologists have unearthed the tomb of a previously unknown queen believed to have been the wife of Pharaoh Neferefre who ruled 4,500 years ago, officials in Egypt have said. The tomb was discovered in Abu Sir, an Old Kingdom necropolis southwest of Cairo where there are several pyramids dedicated to pharaohs of the Fifth …

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Obamas in Royal Trouble with the American People for Dining at Restaurant with $500,000 Membership Fee.

Nearing the end of the their 17-day vacation in Hawaii, President Obama and the First Lady had their New Year’s Day dinner at one of the most expensive restaurants in Hawaii – where memberships can run upwards of $500,000. The Obamas enjoyed a nearly three-hour-long, 15-course meal that is priced at nearly $300 a head. According to Honolulu Magazine, that …

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Welfare dependency peaks under Obama

As Barack Obama enters the twilight of his presidency, he presides over an America vastly different from the one he envisioned building during his 2008 campaign that promised to empower everyday Americans on Main Street over wealthy bankers and investors on Wall Street. A stream of statistics published over the holidays — while Mr. Obama …

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Does Disney’s “Into the Woods” Portray a Dark Message to Young People?

I must simply be too old to enjoy the new fantasy musical in movie theaters “Into the Woods.” Even though I’m only 40, technically a member of “Generation X,” I just never bought into the philosophies of postmodernism that my generation made dogmatic.  And make no mistake, “Into the Woods” is a thoroughly postmodern musical. …

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BACKFIRE – Obama’s Criticism of Israel helping Netanyahu in Elections

The Obama administration’s criticism of the current Israeli government only serves to make Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party more popular with the electorate, charged Likud Knesset Member Danny Danon in a U.S. radio interview Sunday.  Danon was speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on New York’s AM 970 The Answer. Danon had …

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10 of the most infamous “zero tolerance” punishments handed down to kids in 2014

Are your children safe at school? That depends on if you’re worried about bullies or administrators. Here are 10 of the most infamous “zero tolerance” punishments handed down to kids—and even some adults—this year. 1. Student, 13, shares lunch, gets detention A 13-year-old boy at Weaverville Elementary School in California shared his school lunch (a …

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The most censored health news stories of 2014 – here’s what the establishment doesn’t want you to remember

2014 was a year in which we watched the mainstream media devolve into a spot-on depiction of George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth, engaging in White House-ordered news story blackouts, CDC-inspired anti-health propaganda that endangered the public and corporate-funded disinfo campaigns disguised as news. But what were the biggest health-related censored news stories of the year? …

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State of Connecticut Forces Teen With Cancer To Undergo Chemotherapy.

A 17-year-old girl with cancer is in an unprecedented legal battle with the state of Connecticut as the Department of Children and Families removed her from her home and forced the teen to receive chemotherapy. The girl being identified as “Cassandra C.” in court papers was diagnosed with cancer in September, with doctors recommending she receive …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – European Central Bank is ‘Out of Bullets’

The European Central Bank is widely expected to begin buying the sovereign debt of member countries to stimulate the euro zone economy, but the effects of such quantitative easing would be “negligible,” Southwest Securities Managing Director Mark Grant said Monday. The reason: Most of the borrowing is done on 5-year bonds in Europe, and rates …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Oil falls again as Wall Street eyes ‘Trouble Ahead for 2015″

The price of oil started the first full week of 2015 the way it ended the previous year: heading downwards with analysts from two different investment banks weighing on the commodity by cutting yearly forecasts.  U.S. crude (New York Mercantile Exchange: @CL.1) futures extended their decline to a third day on Monday, down $1.80 at …

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David Cameron signals he could bow to pressure and rush forward in/out EU vote

In a meeting, the Top Priest claimed that he would certainly be “delighted” if the nationwide in-or-out survey could be held earlier than his structured deadline at the end of 2017. His offer – one more substantial leap onward for the Daily Express’s campaign for the UK to cut associations with Capital – was being …

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Fatty Liver Disease: America’s Silent Epidemic

A major health crisis is emerging in our nation that is flying under the radar of even health-conscious Americans. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease used to be rare in the U.S. But today it afflicts fully 20 percent of adults and its incidence is rapidly accelerating, causing an approaching tidal wave of disability, illness, and death. “Nonalcoholic fatty …

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Newly Renamed High Fructose Corn Syrup Contains Toxic Mercury

There’s a lot of quite concerning and truly sneaky secrets behind the ingredient known as high-fructose corn syrup. Not only has the infamously-unhealthy additive gone through a ‘renaming’ process by corporations in an attempt to fool you into eating it, but it is also known to hold some tremendously toxic baggage. Now branded as ‘fructose’ in processed foods …

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What Prices Look Like Before and After A Mandatory Minimum Wage Increase.

Minimum wage workers in 19 states are bringing in 2015 with expectations that they’ll make more money this year than last. While the recent pay bump will no doubt lead to higher income, what many who supported wage hikes like Seattle’s $15 per hour minimum fail to consider is where that money comes from. And no, it’s not …

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UPDATE – Idaho suffers millions in property damage following earthquake

A moderate earthquake shook a large area of Idaho early Saturday, causing millions in property damage and cutting off power to residents near its epicenter in Challis. The city has experienced hundreds of slight to moderate temblors over the past 10 months, authorities said, but Saturday’s tremor was the strongest since 1983. The quake measured at a …

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Potentially dangerous asteroid to fly by Earth on January 26

Luke 21:25-26 –  “And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth, for the powers of the …

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Russia sanctions ‘must be lifted now’ – Hollande

French President Francois Hollande is wary of the impact economic crisis in Russia might have on Europe. He has called for sanctions imposed against Moscow to be lifted as soon as there’s progress in peace talks over Ukraine. “If Russia has a crisis, it is not necessarily good for Europe,” Hollande said during a two-hour …

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Gospel singer Andraé Crouch ‘on life support’

Legendary gospel singer Andraé Crouch has reportedly suffered a major heart attack and is now on life support. The last update on the singer’s Facebook page came approximately two hours ago as his team posted – “We continue to pray for Pastor Andraé Crouch’s healing. Feel free to post your favorite healing scriptures!” Yesterday they …

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Bestselling Author Declares: Science Supports the Existence of a Creator

A well-known author and speaker has generated significant media attention after declaring that recent scientific discoveries have increasingly supported the existence of God. Eric Metaxas is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, well-known speaker and commentator, and co-host of the BreakPoint Radio program. A Senior Fellow and Lecturer at Large for the King’s College …

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DAYS OF LOT – Grocery Giant Publix Embraces LGBT Same-Sex Marriage.

STARTING IN JANUARY, PUBLIX WILL GIVE ITS MARRIED GAY AND LESBIAN EMPLOYEES HEALTH BENEFITS FOR THEIR SPOUSES “For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in …

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Al Qaeda warns of new ‘undetectable’ bombs to be used against U.S

Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula is warning Americans that they’ve been working long and hard on a new tool to attack the U.S. In the latest issue of the terror group’s Inspire electronic magazine, an individual called the AQ Chef was quoted as saying they developed a bomb in 2009, but “the brothers in the …

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What True Health Care Reform Would Look Like

With the relatively recent passing of America’s new healthcare law; the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), the topics of healthcare, health insurance, prices and reform have been particularly hot lately. This of course does not mean that the controversies surrounding the American healthcare system are anything new. Healthcare prices are getting higher with many hospital visits …

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Snowfall Leaves Nearly 150000 People in Canada Without Electricity

More than 150,000 customers of Canadian electricity company Hydro-Quebec were left without electricity on Sunday evening, due to severe weather conditions, CBC News reported. According to the channel, the blackouts started on Sunday afternoon in some parts around Montreal region, however, the situation worsened by the evening and became widespread all over Montreal and elsewhere …

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Russia’s “Startling” Proposal To Europe: Dump The US, Join The Eurasian Economic Union

Slowly but surely Europe is figuring out that as a result of the western economic and financial blockade of Russian, it is Europe itself that is suffering the most. And while Germany was first to acknowledge this late in 2014 when its economy swooned and is now on the verge of a recession, now others …

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DAYS OF LOT – Homosexuals flock to marry in French capital

‘Gay Paris’ is living up to form as new laws allowing same sex marriage lead to nearly one in seven weddings in the French capital taking place between homosexual couples. Figures from the national statistics office for 2013 show that the rest of the country lags far behind Paris in the same sex marriage stakes, …

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At Least 5 earthquakes Were Reported in Central and Southern CA in the span of about two hours, Saturday night.

Matthew 24:6-8 – And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning …

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Healing Rooms Movement Spreading Rapidly in Israel

It started with the words, “I believe, I believe.” Now, it’s an international healing movement with prayer rooms opening most recently in Israel. “We’re excited with what the Lord is doing in His nation,” says Healing Room Ministries Co-Director Dottie Kane. She and her husband, Richard, are the International Association of Healing Rooms national advisers …

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NYC mandates flu shots for toddlers even after CDC admits they don’t work

Unless their parents opt for a medical or religious exemption, young school children in New York City will soon be required to get a flu shot in order to attend preschool or gain access to a child care facility. As outlined by the New York City Health Department (NYCHD), children aged 6-59 months will be …

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Chicago Cold Front Set To Smash Records.

An Arctic airmass will continue to plunge temperatures across the central and eastern U.S…. …Snowfall accumulations will pile up downwind of the Lower Great Lakes… …Heavy rains and mountain snow expected in the northwestern corner of the Nation… …A clipper system will streak snows from the northern Plains to the northern Mid-Atlantic states… Conditions will …

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Top Hezbollah official: Shi’ites and Sunnis will unite to fight Israel in next battle

Psalm 83: For behold, Your enemies make a tumult; And those who hate You have lifted up their head. 3 They have taken crafty counsel against Your people, And consulted together against Your sheltered ones. 4 They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered …

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More drones break into France’s nuclear air space

Two aircraft – presumably drones – were spotted flying over a French nuclear power plant on Saturday. The incident happened amid the country’s efforts aimed at detecting and intercepting such flying objects above nuclear facilities. The latest intrusion happened at a nuclear power plant in Nogent-sur-Seine in north-central France, AFP reported on Sunday. “Around 6:40 …

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Scientists Puzzled By Bird Carcasses Washing Up On West Coast

Hosea 4:2-3 – By swearing and lying, Killing and stealing and committing adultery, They break all restraint, With bloodshed upon bloodshed. 3 Therefore the land will mourn; And everyone who dwells there will waste away With the beasts of the field And the birds of the air; Even the fish of the sea will be taken away. …

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DISTRESS OF NATIONS – Russia ‘may face chaos’ if extra sanctions imposed

Tougher sanctions may destabilise the situation further in Russia and plunge the country into chaos, German deputy chancellor Sigmar Gabriel warned in a newspaper interview on Sunday. “The goal was never to push Russia politically and economically into chaos,” Gabriel told the Bild am Sonntag. “Whoever wants that will provoke a much more dangerous situation …

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Nearly 200 Christian churches destroyed in surge of violence

There was a surge of anti-Christian violence by Muslims around the world that included the destruction of nearly 200 Christian churches in Nigeria during a short period around October, according to a new report from the GateStone Institute.  The organization’s Raymond Ibrahim, who has documented his discoveries in “Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War in …

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Archaeologists find possible site of Jesus’s trial in Jerusalem

It started 15 years ago with plans to expand the Tower of David Museum. But the story took a strange turn when archeologists started peeling away layers under the floor in an old abandoned building adjacent to the museum in Jerusalem’s Old City. They knew it had been used as a prison when the Ottoman …

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Ebola Response by U.S. Was Deadly Slow, Expert Says

The U.S. moved quickly to stem the Ebola virus from taking on massive proportions, but experts say the threat was a wake up call. Dr. Irwin Redlener, director of Columbia University’s National Center for Disaster Preparedness, said the U.S. needs a central authority and coordination among a constellation of federal, state and local agencies. “What …

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SHEMITAH CYCLE – Greece must stand by bailout conditions, Germany warns, citizens grow restless

The German government is confident that Greece will stick to bailout terms set out by the EU and the IMF, a spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel has said. Georg Streiter refused to comment on reports that Angela Merkel believes the eurozone is now robust enough to cope with a potential exit of Greece, should the …

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Man Charged with Felonies After Trying to Save Dog from Burning Home

A man has been charged with aggravated battery and resisting a peace officer after he tried to save his dog from his burning home Friday night. The incident left his dog dead and three firefighters injured. Samuel Lee Bassett, 48, of the 11300 block of South Elizabeth, was charged with two felony counts of aggravated …

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Kansas church to host Planned Parenthood abortion ‘celebration’, will celebrate 42 years of abortion

A Wichita church will be hosting a celebration of abortion for Planned Parenthood. St. James Episcopal Church will celebrate 42 years of abortion with Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid Missouri on January 22, 2015 for their Chili for Choice. That’s the 42nd anniversary of legalized child killing through abortion under the Supreme Court’s Roe …

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UK Government Crafts Anti-terror Plan to Spy on Toddlers

Nursery school staff and registered childminders must report toddlers at risk of becoming terrorists, under counter-terrorism measures proposed by the Government. The directive is contained in a 39-page consultation document issued by the Home Office in a bid to bolster its Prevent anti-terrorism plan. Critics said the idea was “unworkable” and “heavy-handed”, and accused the …

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Idaho Governor Takes Fight to Defend State Marriage Amendment to U.S. Supreme Court

The governor of Idaho has take the fight to defend his state’s constitutional amendment defining marriage as being solely between a man and a woman to the U.S. Supreme Court. As previously reported, last May, U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy W. Dale asserted that the amendment, which was passed in 2006 with 63 percent approval from …

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Pennsylvania Abortion Rate Falls to All Time Low, But Over 32,000 Still Aborted in 2013

The abortion rate in Pennsylvania has fallen to an all time low according to a new report from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, but over 32,000 babies still lost their lives in 2013—the latest year with statistics available. “In 2013, there were 32,108 abortions performed in Pennsylvania. The 2013 figure is a 51.2 percent decrease …

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Detroit starts converting shipping containers into homes.

An unusual home taking shape inside General Motors’ sprawling Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant is intended to be part of a movement to rebuild the city’s economy and deteriorating, disappearing housing stock. Skilled-trades workers, taking breaks from their tasks at the factory that produces the electric Chevrolet Volt and other vehicles, dart in and out to do …

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Computer glitch prevents US’ most advanced F-35 fighter jet from firing until 2019

The Pentagon’s fighter jet F-35 may not be fully operational until 2019 due to a newly discovered computer glitch. The $400 billion ultra-sophisticated jet, the most expensive in US history, was expected to enter service in 2015. F-35 is the fifth generation combat aircraft which is designed in three variations for US Air Force, Navy …

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North Korea blasts US for ‘Hostility,’ Sanctions

North Korea on Sunday criticized the United States for slapping sanctions on Pyongyang officials and organizations for a cyberattack on Sony Pictures — the latest fallout from a Hollywood movie depicting the fictional assassination of North Korea’s leader. An unnamed spokesman for North Korea’s Foreign Ministry, in rhetoric that closely mirrors past statements, denied any …

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US Medical Worker Exposed to Ebola Overseas Heads to Omaha

An American health care worker who experienced high-risk exposure to the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone is being transported to a Nebraska hospital for observation. The Nebraska Medical Center says the patient should arrive in Omaha around 2 p.m. CST Sunday. Dr. Phil Smith, who leads the hospital’s specialized biocontainment unit, says the …

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Obama Released Nuclear Terrorist Back to Afghanistan, Considered “low threat”

Mohammed Zahir was released form his prison cell in Guantanamo Bay in December and was sent directly back to the battlefield in Afghanistan, his home country. Zahir was one of four prisoners released who were considered “low threats” in a sign of good faith with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, as reported by The New York …

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Government Tells California Family: Scale Back Your Treehouse

Northern California authorities are telling a Placer County couple to prune back their deluxe treehouse. Mike and Pat Splinter’s 500-square-foot treehouse features a full kitchen, a bathroom and all the plumbing. The Animal Planet cable network highlighted the structure last month in the show “Treehouse Masters.” The episode featured the Splinter family making hard candy …

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Obama looks past GOP in promoting his 2015 agenda

President Barack Obama plans new steps to help more Americans buy a home and attend college, part of a 2015 agenda he hopes can build on the postelection momentum from high-profile moves on immigration and Cuba. His approach for the new year appears to look straight past newly emboldened Republicans who take full control of …

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U.S State Dept in 2014 condemned Israel as one of the most “unacceptable” countries in the world

Genesis 12:3 – I will bless those who bless you, And I will curse him who curses you; And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” Once again America’s Leadership continues to play with Fire as The US State Department in 2014 condemned Israel as one of the most “unacceptable” countries in …

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Magnitude 4.2 Earthquake strikes Castaic, California

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The Sayings Of Pope Francis Vs. The Holy Bible

WHERE IS REPENTANCE AND TRUSTING THE LORD JESUS CHRIST FOR SALVATION IN THE POPE’S DIALOGUES WITH THE PRESS?  DID I MISS IT? “Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by …

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Brazil Facing New, More Contagious Mutation of Crippling African Virus

Chikungunya, a virus hailing from Africa and spreading rapidly in the Caribbean and South America earlier this year, may have just become an even bigger problem for Brazil, just as that nation’s summer is set to begin. The virus, which spreads through mosquitoes, causes painful joint pain. In fact, its name means “that which bends …

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Scientists sound alarm on sugar as source of disease.

Is sugar making us sick? A team of scientists at the University of California in San Francisco believes so, and they’re doing something about it. They launched an initiative to bring information on food and drink and added sugar to the public by reviewing more than 8,000 scientific papers that show a strong link between …

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