Yes a complete new translation by Bob Barney of the Holy Bible - in the order it is meant to be read - and in the order JESUS read (at least in the Old Testament), with every word of Jesus in RED- including in the OLD TESTAMENT!
"The upright shall have dominion over them in the morning"
The living creatures of the land, sea and air were created by the LORD (see By Him Were All Things Created and The Christian Universe) because it was "good."The LORD does nothing in vain. The humans, that were created after the other living creatures, were given "dominion" (keep that word in mind, as we will come back to it a little later) over them.
"1:20 And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven. 1:21 And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. 1:22 And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth. 1:23 And the evening and the morning were the fifth day.
1:24 And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so. 1:25And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
1:27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. 1:28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth." (Genesis 1:20-28 KJV)
Humans are subject to physical death (see The Postponement Of Death) - the same as the animals. The "spirit" described in the verses below ("who knoweth the spirit of man that goeth upward, and the spirit of the beast that goeth downward to the earth"), in the actual Hebrew, refers to the "breath of life," from the LORD, that all living creatures, human and animal, depend upon for every second of their life. It's more than just physical breath alone (see What Makes Physical Life Possible?). READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE
It may seem a rusted and decaying curiosity - but Track 61 (top and bottom right) was once used by Franklin D Roosevelt (seen left on a private train) as a private access route to the Astoria's presidential suite, concealing his disability. Roosevelt, whose administration actively concealed the fact that he couldn't walk or strand unaided (the left photograph shows him gripping the train railings), was able to pull up under the hotel, and be driven into an elevator straight to his rooms. The siding is rumored to be kept active as a viable escape route for any visiting President.
These rusted and decaying railway tracks may seem like any of the thousands of feet of disused track that snake under midtown Manhattan.
But this discreet siding, Grand Central Terminal's 'Track 61' - was once a vital tool in the arsenal of wartime President Franklin D Roosevelt - and could yet spring into action again.
Today, American politics seem to follow no conventional mode. We have Republicans who act like Democrats, and we have Democrats who act like communists, and conservatives who act more like British loyalist against the colonialists in the Revolutionary war, then American Patriots. I devised a small test below, not particularly scientific in nature, to see where you place yourself in the debate between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton. As you can see, Jefferson was very libertarian in his viewpoints, whereas Hamilton was a mixture of conservatism and downright fascism. Both had some good points, but both viewpoints taken as a whole would bring ruin to the new nation. Although he never admitted it in any writings, Jefferson, when he became president did not practice what you preached! In fact, as president Jefferson supported many Hamiltonian views, Including a strong central bank to finance his Louisiana purchase, as well as some regulations on free speech, Which didn't suit him. Ironically, in the past 100 years, more American presidents acted like Hamilton then Jefferson.
I believe a blend of the two positions is the most conservative Point of view. Take the test -- see what I think, and decide for yourselves are you a libertarian, a true conservative for a DINO, RINO, liberal communist!
Answer each position number J for Jefferson or H for Hamilton
10-14 J's Libertarian
6-9 J's Probably a true Conservative
under 6 J's either a DINO (Democrat in name only) or RINO (Republican in name only) They are about the same
10-14 H's Qualified to be president since 1989!
side notes L= libertarian view C= conservative view Lb= Liberal (strong government view) LC = libertarian and conservative LLb liberation and liberal view
On Who Should Govern
1) Had deep faith in the common people (LC) BCommon people often acted foolishly (Lb)
2) Distrusted special privilege (Lb) Thought that the rich, educated should rule (C)
3) Wished to lower voting qualifications (LLb) Wanted to raise voting qualifications (C)
On the Structure of Government
4) Favored a weak central government (L) Favored a strong central government (Lb)
5) strong state government (LC) weak state government (Lb)
6) Preferred a more democratic government (L) American government should be modeled on British (Lb)
7)Wanted to reduce the number of federal employees (LC) Wanted to increase the number of federal employees (Lb)
8)Favored a strict interpretation of the Constitution (LC) Supported a loose interpretation of the Constitution (Lb)
9)Believed that individual liberties must Thought that individual liberties, such as freedom of speech,
be protected by laws (LC) should be sometimes restricted (C-Lb)
10) Thought that agriculture should be the Wanted a balanced economy of agriculture, trade, and manufacturing (C)
backbone of the nation finance ------
11) Did not support giving government aid (LC) Favored giving government aid to trade, finance, to trade, finance,
and manufacturing (Lb)
12) Opposed the establishment of a national bank (L) Established a national bank (C-Lb)
13) Wanted to eliminate internal taxes (LC) Wanted to maintain internal taxes (C-Lb)
14) Wanted to pay off the national debt (LC) Wanted to use the national debt to establish credit (Lb)
Nearly six years after the Great Recession, a clear majority of American families say they feel unprepared for a financial emergency.
The Pew Charitable Trusts' poll of 7,000 U.S. households finds that 57 percent don't consider themselves ready for a sudden financial setback, 55 percent say they break even or spend more than they make each month, and a third have no savings.
'Despite a steady economic recovery, many Americans continue to feel vulnerable,' says Erin Currier, director of Pew's financial security and mobility project.
A new poll found that that 57 percent of American households don't consider themselves ready for a sudden financial setback
The survey does note signs of improvement: 56 percent rate their own financial situation as positive, up from 55 percent on the eve of the recession in 2007; 27 percent give the economy a positive grade, equal to pre-recession levels.
Logo of the United States Federal Communications Commission, used on their website and some publications since the early 2000s. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
A new day is dawning in Washington’s battle over the Internet.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote Thursday to issue regulations designed to guarantee equal access to the Internet, despite staunch opposition from Republicans and under the threat of lawsuits from major companies. For supporters, the new net neutrality rules will provide the clearest restrictions to prevent Comcast, Verizon and other Internet service providers from interfering with people’s access to view any website or online service they choose.
“We’re on the eve of a historic event at the FCC,” Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.) said during a Wednesday morning hearing on the rules. “Tomorrow, the commission is set to put into place what will be the strongest Internet protections consumers have ever had.” MORE
“What it comes down to is, the net has worked,” Cuban said. “We’re not in an industry where the technology has become stagnant and there’s no more enhancements so we need regulation to try to make things happen. We’re not there. And so as long as the technology is allowed to advance, we’re OK.”
Cuban said the uncertainty and legal challenges of having the government regulate the Internet will be enormous, and predicted that it will slow down innovation. He also said there are many unexpected issues that will arise from such an enormous change.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban appears on The Glenn Beck Program Feb. 24, 2015. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)
“If net neutrality is taken to its logical extension … if there’s no priority for television and it’s just part of the open Internet and delivery, your traditional television, watching the evening news, it’s over,” Cuban said. “If there is no such thing as a prioritized bit, then all that digital television going through the same pipe, all those voters who like to get Fox News or MSNBC, they’re going to freak out because you’re going to have to go to their website to get it or you’re going to have to get a special box that identifies the channels and brings it to you.”
Cuban said television networks will likely begin buffering, which will force people to buy new equipment. But there are even more possibilities that aren’t being discussed.
“There’s going to be someone that comes along and says, ‘We need decency standards applied to all the content on the Internet because now that is coming through the same pipe and it’s open to everybody,’” Cuban remarked. “[Or], ‘We need educational requirements.’ Remember Bill Clinton said you have to have a certain amount of educational content?”
Your Rights are about to be taken away- The end of American Freedom
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler recently acknowledged that the two Democrats on the commission had decided to avoid Congressional input regarding the Internet by adopting President Franklin Roosevelt’s 1934 Communications Act to regulate the Internet with the same federal control as the old AT&T customer monopoly. To make sure that libertarian advocates would remain in the dark, Wheeler “embargoed” release of any of the specifics in the new administrative “policy” that will act as law.
The FCC legislation that was passed eighty-one years ago by the most leftist Congress in American history to ban companies from participating in “unjust or unreasonable discrimination” when providing phone services to customers. MORE
Caller: There seems to be a currency crisis in the world. Gold is soaring in every currency but the U.S. Is there a conspiracy here to keep gold down?
And Goldcorp, which is one of the best gold stocks, is giving a dividend greater than the 10-year treasury. What is your recommendation going forward on Goldcorp and the miners?
Jim Cramer: There would have been a time when I would have laughed about the conspiracy thing, but I can’t anymore. Doesn’t it seem that everything has been rigged? The currency has been rigged, the bonds have been rigged, Libor was rigged. What didn’t they rig?
Oil they rigged, natural gas they rigged, so did they rig gold? You know what, I’m going to say I don’t know. Hey, maybe they have. Maybe that’s the next big Justice Department investigation. In the meantime, I like Randgold. You know what, maybe you’re right. Maybe it’s rigged.
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