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Israeli Deputy Speaker Calls For Concentration Camps In Gaza, Sending Palestinians To Other Countries

Moshe Feiglin

Writers for The Times of Israel are not the only ones looking to obliterate the Palestinians in Gaza. Moshe Feiglin, the Deputy Speaker of the Israeli Knesset, has said it is time for Israel to take all of Gaza, destroy Hamas and all of their supporters, and send the Palestinians to concentration camps on the Sinai border until...

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Aug 5 (Reuters) - Cablevision Systems Corp reported a 5.5 percent rise in quarterly revenue as higher advertising and increased cable prices helped offset a fall in video subscribers....
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The Next American Economy project brought together 30 experts from various disciplines to envision tomorrow's economic and political challenges and develop today's solutions. Their assignment: be bold, and leave the conventional wisdom -- and their own opinions -- behind. In today's video, Brookings senior fellow Amy Liu posits that municipal

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HIV and multiple sclerosis: Antithesis, synthesis?
IN SCIENCE, as in many other walks of life, what is unexpected is often what is most interesting and important. The idea, first mooted in 2011 by Julian Gold of the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney, Australia, that HIV infection—or maybe the drug treatment used to fight it—might protect against multiple sclerosis (MS), was certainly unexpected. N...
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In This Issue.

*  Gold rallies as cease fire takes place?
*  Spanish & Italian Service PMI's are better than expected!
*  Dollar has bias to buy over most currencies today!
*  Russian Oligarchs sell dollars buy honkers!

And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

Chinese Demand For Gold Continues To Be Strong.

Good Day! .  And a Tom Terrific

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Tuesday, 05 August 2014 |

Why Coal Isn’t Going Away

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Dear Reader,

Coal plays an integral role in keeping the lights on and buildings standing. Despite the green energy movement, more than 40% the world’s electricity still comes from coal-fired plants, and 70% of the world’s steel production requires metallurgical coal.

This graphic from the World Coal Organization reviews the types of coal and what

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Amazon Fire

Hard sell: The Amazon Fire can recognize many objects, but often couples that information with an offer to buy it or something related.

The Amazon Fire is a good smartphone, but not because of all the high-tech new features Amazon is touting. In fact, some of those features are more

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Paying for unproductive friction with borrowed money has generated the illusion that  free to me  is actually free--it isn't.

We all understand how friction slows our progress:  flatten the tires on a bicycle and it becomes much harder to maintain speed. If a brake pad is rubbing against one wheel, it gets even harder.

If we pile on...
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It was nearly 70 years ago on August 6 and 9, 1945 that the atomic bombs were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. These are tragedies that are to be remembered and must never happen again, Isabel Apawo Phiri, associate and acting general secretary of the World Council (WCC), said.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the h

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Tuesday, 05 August 2014 |

Moses and the Vision of God

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The vision of God is presented in the Holy Scriptures in two different forms which appear to be mutually exclusive. Some passages characterize the vision of God as an impossibility. In the book of Exodus, for example, God tells Moses: “You cannot see My face; for no man can see My face and live,” [1] while the psalmist notes that God “made d...

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