Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Exodus 22:18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.

Deuteronomy 18:10  There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch,

Numbers 23:23  Surely there is no enchantment against Jacob, neither is there any divination against Israel: according to this time it shall be said of Jacob and of Israel, What hath God wrought!

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Pagan prisoners given time off to worship the Sun God

By Jack Doyle
Last updated at 10:06 AM on 7th December 201 

Hundreds of criminals are to be given four days a year off prison work - to celebrate pagan festivals.
Prison governors have been issued with a list of eight annual pagan holidays and told pagan inmates can choose four to celebrate.
The festivals include Imbolc - The Festival of the Lactating Sheep - which falls on February 1 and is dedicated to the goddess Brighid.
Jail celebration: Prisoners can get time off work to mark pagan festivals such as the Summer Solstice, being celebrated here at Stonehenge, Wiltshire
Jail celebration: Prisoners can get time off work to mark pagan festivals such as the Summer Solstice, being celebrated here at Stonehenge, Wiltshire

pagan prisoners given time off to worship sun god
Celebrating the summer solstice at Stonehenge. New guidelines entitled 'Religious Festival dates for 2011' state that all prison staff must be made aware of the pagan festival dates
Another is the festival of Beltane, which falls in early May, devotees are urged to celebrate the Sun God with 'unabashed sexuality and promiscuity'.
The Yule festival involves pagans 'casting spells' and dressing up as ghosts. 
Pagan inmates may even be allowed special food and drink on their days off.
Traditional pagan food include Ewe's milk for Imbolc, Simnel Cake and eggs on Spring Equinox and Roast Goose on Autumn Equinox.
On Samhain - celebrated on Halloween - pagans by tradition go apple bobbing.
It is the latest in a series of rulings to protect convicts' rights and ensure equality among different faiths.
New guidelines entitled 'Religious Festival dates for 2011' state that all prison staff must be made aware of the pagan festival dates.
It states: 'The Prison Service is committed to ensuring that prisoners from all religious faiths are given the opportunity and facilities to practise their religions.'
It lists the eight main festivals before adding: 'Most Pagans celebrate the eight festivals set out, but depending on the particular tradition would attach particular significance to certain days.'
'Because of variations in emphasis between different Pagan traditions it has been agreed with the Pagan Federation that prisoners may choose four festivals on which they should not be required to work.'
Rights: Prison governors have been issued with a list of eight annual pagan holidays (file picture)
Rights: Prison governors have been issued with a list of eight annual pagan holidays (file picture)
Prisons are told they must prepare specific foods if it is a requirement of a prisoner's religion. But the guidance states the food should be prepared inside prison kitchens and the cost must be 'proportionate to the number of prisoners involved'.
Paganism was first recognised by the Prison Service as a religion more than nine years ago.
The number of prisoners declaring themselves as pagan has tripled in six years to 366 last year.
Worshippers are allowed to keep tarot cards, a hoodless robe and a twig to use as a wand in their cell.
They can also keep incense, a piece of jewellery and rune stones.
Skyclad, or naked worship, is banned.
Pagan inmate Mark Stewart, who is serving a three year term for drug dealing at HMP Elmley in Kent, wrote to prisoners' newspaper Inside Time this month to complain about how Pagans are treated.
He claimed Pagans had been 'sidelined' and 'marginalised' in favour of more popular religions.
He wrote: 'There is a perception amongst most people that Pagans are devil worshippers, etc, but that is so far from the truth.
'I am an earth loving person who thanks Mother Earth, spirits and ancestors for what I have today.
'I do practise witchcraft, but only for good.'
Sources said there was ‘no question’ of prisoners being served roast goose or boar.
A Prison Service spokesman said: ‘The Prison Service issues annually a list of religious festival dates for the year ahead – this includes key dates on which prisoners registered in that affiliation can be excused from work.’
It comes a day after it emerged that an underworld crime boss jailed for the murder of two grandparents has won the right to be called ‘Mr’ by prison guards.
Colin Gunn complained that he was not treated with sufficient respect and, under guidelines introduced by Labour, prison officers are required to address inmates as they wish.
Pagan Festival dates 

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Nutrients to Protect Your Eyes

January 11 Radio Show Study
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Sunday, November 28, 2010


Matthew 4:17  From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

Acts 3:19  Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord;
1 Corinthians 6:9  Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,

Out Of The Closet ... In The Pulpit Of A Megachurch

November 14, 2010
Audio for this story from All Things Considered will be available at approx. 7:00 p.m. ET

Bishop Jim Swilley
Church in the Now Swilley says there have been two constants in his life: his call to preach, and his sexual orientation.
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A few weeks ago, Bishop Jim Swilley sat down in front of his congregation at Church in the Now near Atlanta to get a few things off his chest.
"There are two things in my life that are an absolute," the megachurch pastor told his flock. "I did not ask for either one of them, both of them were imposed upon me, I had no control over either of them.  One was the call of God on my life... and the other thing ... was my sexual orientation."
Jim Swilley — a twice-married father of four, a man who comes from a long line of evangelical preachers — confessed a secret he'd been holding onto most of his life:
He's gay.
Not A Conventional Marriage
Swilley tells NPR's Guy Raz that it was his ex-wife Debye who encouraged him to come clean. Though they're recently divorced after 21 years of marriage, she still works and preaches alongside Swilley at Church in the Now.
The pastor says he told her he was gay before they married, thinking it would be the end of their relationship. "But she said no, let's get married, we'll work it out.  And to a degree, we did."
But a couple of years ago, Swilley says, Debye came to him and told him it was time to get real.
"She said, look, I love you and I'm never going to hurt you with this, I've always got your back, but you and I both know we don't have a conventional marriage... You tell everybody else to be real ... but you don't allow yourself the same grace that you give everyone else... I think you need to tell everybody what the truth is and let the chips fall where they will."
Teen Suicides
Swilley says he never wanted to go public about his sexual orientation, even after his wife confronted him. He told his children, and they were supportive, and that was as far as he went.
But then, the recent wave of gay teen suicides hit the news. Swilley says he was particularly moved by the case of Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers student who jumped off the George Washingon Bridge after his roommates filmed him having sex.
"I would hear people nearly imply that he deserved it, you know, people would say he shouldn't have been in an act of perversion." Swilley says.  "And when I started hearing that, especially from people who professed to be Christ-like, I don't know. Something changed."
Swilley had never preached against homosexuality or the gay community, but he knew he had to go further. "I felt like, with me not saying at least my little part of it, I end up being part of the problem."
So one recent Wednesday evening, he sat down in front of his congregation and told them his story.  Many walked out during his sermon, but many others stayed.
"I've had people in my church come to me and say, if this had been anybody but you, I would have just had a knee-jerk reaction and not even considered hearing them out," Swilley says. "But you've been my pastor for a quarter of a century.  I know you... so if you say that you are, and you know you were born this way, then that changes everything."

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Monday, November 8, 2010

TSA Fondles Women and Children Refusing Airport Naked Body Scanners

Friday, November 5, 2010
Alex talks with Michelle, a long-time employee about her experience at the hands of the TSA.
While her experience is frightening enough to warrant serious concern among citizens, Alex himself has witnessed this happen to men, women, and children on multiple occasions. Michelle will be joining Alex on the show again today to continue the discussion. It is important to note that the pat-downs are intensifying in their violatio

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Indonesia tsunami: Rescuers battle to reach survivors

House on North Pagai, 26/10 As many as 4,000 homes may have been destroyed by the tsunami
Indonesian rescue teams are battling to reach hundreds of people believed to be missing a day after a tsunami struck small islands off the coast of Sumatra.
Officials say a 3m-high wave crashed into the Mentawai islands, leaving more than 100 people dead and 500 missing.
Rescuers continue to be hampered by bad weather and aftershocks from the quake that caused the tsunami.
US President Barack Obama, who spent some of his childhood in Indonesia, has spoken of his sadness at the deaths.
"At the same time, I am heartened and encouraged by the remarkable resiliency of the Indonesian people and the commitment of their government to rapidly assist the victims," he said in a statement.
He said the US was ready to help in any way.
Officials said Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono would fly back from a meeting with regional leaders in Vietnam to help deal with the tsunami aftermath, and the rescue effort on Java, where an erupting volcano has caused chaos.
Higher ground Regional disaster official Hermansyah said rough seas were making it difficult to ship aid to the Mentawai islands from Padang, the nearest major port on Sumatra.
"Yesterday a ship was forced to return," he said.
Forecasters say the bad weather is likely to continue in the coming days.
Mr Hermansyah told BBC Indonesian that about 4,000 households had been displaced by the tsunami, and that many people had fled to higher ground.
He said that those displaced needed tents, blankets, food, drinking water and medicine.
The Indonesian Red Cross said it was despatching a team to the islands, and would send 1,000 tents.
Vice-President Boediono is due to fly to the area with top military and health officials later.
On Tuesday, local fisheries official Hardimansyah said most buildings in the South Pagai coastal village of Betu Monga had been destroyed.
North Pagai, 26/10 Bad weather is hampering the rescue effort
"Of the 200 people living in that village, only 40 have been found - 160 are still missing, mostly women and children," he told Reuters news agency.
"We have people reporting to the security post here that they could not hold on to their children, that they were swept away. A lot of people are crying."
The tsunami was caused by a 7.7-magnitude earthquake late on Monday.
Waves reached 3m (10ft) high and the water swept inland as far as 600m on South Pagai.
The vast Indonesian archipelago sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, one of the world's most active areas for earthquakes and volcanoes.
More than 1,000 people were killed by an earthquake off Sumatra in September 2009.
In December 2004, a 9.1-magnitude quake off the coast of Aceh triggered a tsunami in the Indian Ocean that killed a quarter of a million people in 13 countries including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Thailand.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

WashPost: Secret Iraq war files offer grim new details

Secret Iraq war files offer grim new details

By Greg Miller and Peter Finn

A massive cache of secret U.S. field reports from the Iraq war provides grim new details about the toll of that conflict, indicating that more than 100,000 Iraqis were killed during a six-year stretch and that American forces often failed to intervene as the U.S.-backed government brutalized deta...

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Monday, October 4, 2010


US judge asks Vatican to serve court paper to pope
MILWAUKEE – A federal U.S. judge is asking the Vatican to cooperate in serving the pope and two other top officials with court papers that stem from decades-old allegations of sexual abuse by a priest in Wisconsin.
The request is an incremental step in a lawsuit that accuses the officials of conspiring to keep the allegations against the Milwaukee priest quiet. The Vatican is not obliged to comply with the request.
When faced with similar requests the Vatican has made service difficult, time-consuming and expensive by insisting, for example, that documentation be translated into Latin, one of the Vatican's official languages.
Mike Finnegan, the attorney representing the Chicago-based plaintiff, said Friday he's not holding out hope that the Vatican reverses course and begins to cooperate now.
"Based on what they've done in other cases, I don't expect them to do the right thing," he said. "I expect more delay and obstruction."
Jeffrey Lena, the Vatican's U.S.-based attorney, said he hadn't seen the court request and couldn't comment on whether the Vatican would comply with it.
The lawsuit, filed in April in U.S. federal court, names as defendants Joseph Ratzinger, who is now Pope Benedict XVI; Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Vatican secretary of state, and his predecessor, Cardinal Angelo Sodano.
It claims the three men knew about allegations of sexual abuse at a Milwaukee-area school for the deaf, and called off internal punishment of the accused priest. The Rev. Lawrence Murphy, who died in 1998, was accused of sexually abusing some 200 boys at the school from 1950 to 1974.
Lena has called the lawsuit a publicity stunt and said it rehashes theories already rejected by U.S. courts.
"This is a minor procedural step by plaintiff's lawyers in a meritless lawsuit," he said. He added that it refers to abuse that occurred in the 1970s, which he said was more than 20 years before the Holy See first learned of the priest's actions.
The Vatican has argued that it isn't liable for clerical sex-abuse cases because according to canon law and the structure of the Catholic Church, bishops — not Rome — are responsible for disciplining pedophile priests.
Milwaukee Archbishop Rembert Weakland had complained about Murphy in a 1996 letter to the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, the powerful Vatican office then-Cardinal Ratzinger led from 1981 to his election as pope in 2005.
That office told the archbishop to move forward with a canonical trial against Murphy in 1997. But after the office received a letter from Murphy it urged a different course, citing Murphy's advanced age, failing health and a lack of further allegations.
The Wisconsin bishops ordered the proceedings halted. In the end, Murphy died while still a defendant in a canonical trial, which could have led to him being removed from the clerical state.
The court order requesting the Vatican's cooperation in the lawsuit was signed Sept. 24 by U.S. District Judge Rudolph Randa. It was released Friday by the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, or SNAP.
"The court requests the assistance described herein as necessary in the interests of justice," Randa wrote.
Plaintiffs in two other U.S. cases have also sued the Vatican under similar arguments. The three plaintiffs in the Kentucky case dismissed their case last month, and a case in Oregon is ongoing.
SNAP spokesman Arthur Budzinski called the Wisconsin court order a "hopeful sign." He said he hoped it would lead to the pope testifying under oath about what he knew about Murphy's actions.
Associated Press writer Nicole Winfield in Rome contributed to this report.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The Independent -- Australia faces worst plague of locusts in 75 years

This article reminds me of what the Lord did in Egypt. Remember?
Exodus 10:13-19  And Moses stretched forth his rod over the land of Egypt, and the LORD brought an east wind upon the land all that day, and all that night; and when it was morning, the east wind brought the locusts. And the locusts went up over all the land of Egypt, and rested in all the coasts of Egypt: very grievous were they; before them there were no such locusts as they, neither after them shall be such. For they covered the face of the whole earth, so that the land was darkened; and they did eat every herb of the land, and all the fruit of the trees which the hail had left: and there remained not any green thing in the trees, or in the herbs of the field, through all the land of Egypt. Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron in haste; and he said, I have sinned against the LORD your God, and against you. Now therefore forgive, I pray thee, my sin only this once, and intreat the LORD your God, that he may take away from me this death only. And he went out from Pharaoh, and intreated the LORD. And the LORD turned a mighty strong west wind, which took away the locusts, and cast them into the Red sea; there remained not one locust in all the coasts of Egypt.

By Paul Rodgers
Australia's Darling river is running with water again after a drought in the middle of the decade reduced it to a trickle. But the rains feeding the continent's fourth-longest river are not the undiluted good news you might expect. For the cloudbursts also create ideal conditions for an unwelcome pest...
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Saturday, September 25, 2010


Radio Study for:
September 1, 2010

Animal study shows that exposure to light at night increase the risk of cancer due to suppression of Melatonin release
In a press release concerning new evidence of a connection between low melatonin and increased cancer risk by research scientists at the Center for Interdisciplinary Chronobiological Research of the University of Haifa in Israel it was stated that there was an association between light at night and an increased risk of cancer; and it is likely due to light-induced suppression of the hormone melatonin. Previously the same researchers found that men and women who reside in areas in which there is greater night-time exposure to artificial light have an increased risk of prostate and breast cancer. Suppression of melatonin, a hormone released by the pineal gland in response to darkness, was hypothesized to be the cause of the finding.

     In the current research, the team injected mice with cancerous cells and divided them into the following groups: exposure to 16 hours of light and 8 hours of darkness, or exposure to 16 hours of light and 8 hours of darkness plus melatonin, exposure to 8 hours of light and 16 hours of darkness, or the same regimen plus a one-half hour interval of light exposure during the 16 dark hours.

     At the end of the study, cancerous tumors in the mice that experienced 8 hours of light and 16 hours of uninterrupted darkness were on average far less than half the size of mice exposed to the half hour interval of light’s tumors. Tumors
averaged 5.92 cubic centimeters among mice that were exposed to 16 hours of light, yet those treated with melatonin had tumors that averaged 0.62 cubic centimeters, as well as lower rates of mortality compared to untreated mice.

     “Light pollution as an environmental problem is gaining awareness around the world, and the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has already classified working the night shift as a higher grade of cancer risk,” the researchers note.

Saints, periodically I will be adding these important health facts to  keep you informed on how to live a healthier life in the name of the Lord Jesus. He has given us wisdom for all things. Praise God.

1 Corinthians 1:30  But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption:

Monday, September 20, 2010

There is much to pray about. THE TIME IS N O W!!!


Oh Hillary, that hairstyle just doesn't cut it: Mrs Clinton prepares for huge UN meeting with lank locks

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 3:59 PM on 20th September 2010

  • Iran's President Ahmadinejad arrives at UN headquarters in New York today
  • He insists Iran does not want atomic bomb
Hillary Clinton has been telling everyone that organising her daughter Chelsea's wedding was the most stressful thing she'd done in some time.
But with that happy event out of the way, most observers would expect her to be back at the top of her game in time to take on Iran's President Ahmadinejad at the United Nations General Assembly this week.
With two of the three American hikers still being held by the Tehran regime and Sakineh Ashtiani still facing death by stoning, a mighty war of words is expected in New York.
But if her plan of action seemed to be in place as she attacked Ahmadinejad's 'flawed election' to a second term, her hair wasn't.
She's got the blues: United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is seen during a meetingat UN HQ in New York yesterday ahead of the General Assembly
She's got the blues: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is seen during a meeting at UN HQ in New York yesterday ahead of the General Assembly
The normally perfect bouffant was gone, to be replaced by what came to be known on Kate Moss at least as the Croydon Facelift.
Mrs Clinton's hair was scraped back and clipped on top of her head, but looked lank and in need of some love and understanding.
She wore a brilliant blue suit but that served only to make her features stand out more sharply as she met delegates - including the UK's International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell - at UN HQ last night.
With minimal make-up, Mrs Clinton's 63 years came into sharp focus as she moved neatly from urging Pakistan to mend its reputation to an attempt to undermine Mr Ahmadinejad within his own country.
She urged the people of Iran to reject what she says is an expansion of the Iranian military's role and power.
Clinton said Washington was increasingly concerned about the rise of military power in Iran, the main U.S. adversary in the Middle East.
Scraped up: Mrs Clinton's hairstyle appears to have been done in a rush
In an interview for broadcast on Sunday on ABC's This Week, Clinton said many Iranians are also worried and she hopes they find a way to head off the military drift.
Clinton said she has 'grave disagreements' with the Iranian Revolution.
'But the early advocates of it said this would be a republic. It would be an Islamic republic, but it would be a republic. Then we saw a very flawed election and we've seen the elected officials turn for the military to enforce their power,' she said.
She said that many Iranians, even those who were originally sympathetic to the revolution are starting to have serious second thoughts about the direction their government has taken.

Without elaborating she said, 'I can only hope that there will be some effort inside Iran, by responsible civil and religious leaders, to take hold of the apparatus of the state.'
On the question of Iran's controversial nuclear ambitions, Clinton said no meetings with Iranian officials were planned but that she would be discussing the matter next week as leaders from around the world gather in New York for the Millennium Development Goals Summit.
U.S. President Barack Obama, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and President Ahmadinejad are among the leaders who will put forward rival plans to get the badly behind schedule MDG back on track.
Clinton also expressed 'great relief' for the release of Sarah Shourd, one of the three American hikers held for more than a year in an Iranian prison.
Hillary Clinton greets Andrew Mitchell, the UK's International Development Secretaryin New York
Shourd arrived in the United States yesterday, but the other two - her fiance, Shane Bauer, and their friend Josh Fattal - remain jailed in Tehran.
'I just can't even imagine how painful the experience that they themselves have had inside prison,' Clinton said.
Clinton, who has met with the mothers of the hikers, said she hoped to see Bauer and Fattal released as well.
The three were detained by Iranian security forces in July 2009 near the Iraqi border and accused of being American spies.
However, Ahmadinejad built up his own head of steam as he flew into the States.
Campaigning: Sarah Shourd (centre), the American hiker released from detention in Iran after 410 days poses with the mothers of Shane Bauer and Laura Fattal, who are still held in Iran
Campaigning: Sarah Shourd (centre), the American hiker released from detention in Iran after 410 days poses with the mothers of Shane Bauer and Laura Fattal, who are still held in Iran
He said that the future belongs to Iran, and challenged the US to accept that his country has a major role in the world.
Ahmadinejad insisted that his government did not want an atomic bomb and that Iran was only seeking peace and a nuclear-weapons-free world.
He sidestepped questions on when Iran would resume talks on its disputed nuclear programme and he said anti-nuclear sanctions against his government would have no effect.
Iran's leader also deflected questions about his government's harsh suppression of opposition forces after last year's disputed election that returned him to a second term.
'The United States' administrations ... must recognise that Iran is a big power,' he said.
President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Welcome: President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad greets the delegation from Kuwait at the start of the Millennium Development Goals Summit at the UN headquarters in New York today

President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Seat of power: Ahmadinejad takes his seat at the summit, which is being held in conjunction with the General Debate of the 65th session of the UN General Assembly later this week
'Having said that, we consider ourselves to be a human force and a cultural power and hence a friend of other nations. We have never sought to dominate others or to violate the rights of any other country.
'Those who insist on having hostilities with us, kill and destroy the option of friendship with us in the future, which is unfortunate because it is clear the future belongs to Iran and that enmities will be fruitless.'
He did not acknowledge that the leaders of the political opposition in Iran have been harassed and that government opponents risk violence and arrest if they try to stage protests.
He did concede that there have been some judicial 'mistakes'.
Ahmadinejad argued that the opposition Green Movement, which has largely been forced underground, continues to enjoys rights in Iran but said that in the end it must respect 'majority rule'.
Not welcome: Demonstrators gather to show their opposition to the Iranian president's arrival in New York
Not welcome: Demonstrators gather to show their opposition to the Iranian president's arrival in New York
He did not mention that many newspapers have been closed down and that prominent opposition figures were put in prison and then tried after tens of thousands of Iranians took to the streets claiming that the election that put him back in power in 2010 was stolen.
Ahmadinejad said international nuclear regulators had never found proof that Iran is pursuing an atomic bomb.
'We are not afraid of nuclear weapons. The point is that if we had in fact wanted to build a nuclear bomb, we are brave enough to say that we want it. But we never do that. We are saying that the arsenal of nuclear bombs (worldwide) have to be destroyed as well,' he said.
The US accuses Iran of hiding plans to build a nuclear bomb; Iran denies that and says it's working only toward building nuclear power plants.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Yahoo! News Story - Missing Calif. sect members found praying at park - Yahoo! News

 It is a sad condition but we know that many are decieved by the rapture teaching of Scofieldism. It is so important to be educated with the TRUTH.
Our Lord declared  John 8:32  And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.John 8:44  Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
Truth is protection from the deception of the devil. Let us continue to pray that the eyes of the remnant come open soon while there is still time.                       

Missing Calif. sect members found praying at park - Yahoo! News

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The word "furlough" meant when soldiers came home for a time. Now it is meaning for state employees to take a cut in their pay. I doubt if that will help the economy in any way.
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Friday, September 17, 2010

White House: Global Warming Out, 'Global Climate Disruption' In

White House: Global Warming Out, 'Global Climate Disruption' In
The White House wants the public to start using the term "global climate disruption" in place of "global warming" -- fearing the latter term oversimplifies the problem and makes it sound less dangerous than it really is.