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Third day of the 2nd month of United States national consciousness rising to invincibility
by Global Good News staff writer

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26 August 2006

The following reports from the press are just a taste of the wonderful good news coming from the United States on the 3rd day of the 2nd month of the Invincible America Assembly.

The US economy continues to build in strength, defying experts who had predicted spiralling oil prices and a plunging stock market in response to the strife in the Middle East. Economic indicators show an opposite trend, which began exactly when the Invincible America Course started on 23 July ...

25 August 2006

Reuters: 'Oil continues slide-Oil slipped to $71.66 a barrel from a record high of $78.40 in July.'

The New York Times: 'Mortgage Rates Dip for 5th Straight Week-Mortgages had hit a four-year high the week of 20 July before falling the past five weeks.'

Now we turn to the Middle East, where a soothing air of peace is starting to blow across the war-ravaged region—in particular, in Lebanon, where the world family is uniting together as never before by sending peacekeeping forces to maintain the cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah.

I must emphasise that, obviously, these peacekeeping forces cannot create peace—only a group of Maharishi's Yogic Flyers can do that. However, this initiative is a positive sign of growing harmony and unity of purpose in the family of nations to do whatever it knows how to do to prevent a renewed outbreak of violence in the region...

Bloomberg News: 'Europe Pledges Up to 7,000 Soldiers for Lebanon Peacekeeping Force'-European Union governments pledged between 6,500 and 7,000 soldiers for the Lebanon peacekeeping force, boosting United Nations efforts to police the cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah. Italy will dispatch 3,000 troops, France 2,000, and Spain 1,000, with smaller countries making up the rest.'

Reuters: 'Life seeps back into Beirut streets after war'-Reuters writes: 'Slowly but surely, life is seeping back into the streets of Beirut following the war between Israel and Hezbollah. Shops are reopening, people are starting to fill the restaurants and cafes and returning to the beaches. 'Every day it gets a little better,' said one Beirut government leader.'

Now, we turn to the US federal courts. Last week we reported that the courts are starting to overturn laws that damage the environment, endanger human health, and create fear in the lives of the people. That trend continues today...

The New York Times: 'Judge Strikes Down Pesticide Usage Rule'-A federal judge on Thursday rejected a government decision to weaken rules governing pesticide use, saying the change lacked scientific justification. 'The administrative record is striking in its total lack of any evidence of technical or scientific support for the policy positions ultimately adopted,' the judge wrote.'

We have also seen in recent weeks how Nature is supporting America since the start of the Invincible America Course. The long-time drought that gripped the Midwest, Southeast, and Southwest has ended with widespread rains across the country. Now we have the good news that a tropical storm, which two days ago had meteorologists concerned it could develop into a full-scale hurricane and wreak havoc on the Gulf Coast, is now not a threat...

Associated Press: Tropical Storm Debby No Danger to US

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