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Earthquakes could be precipitated by the American Solar Eclipse on August 21st, according to scientists.


It is a sign. And it has the sun the moon and the stars in it.

If you haven't seen it, it's all over Youtube.

"Luke 21:25  And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;
...27 And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.

Best to leave on a positive note.   ::pray::


Dear Heloise: In 2012, my father died, and in 2014, I was still getting voter mailings in his name. I went to the voter registration office in our town and had his name removed.

I also checked when we went to vote to make sure his name was removed. I did the same last year for my mother. By doing this, no one can use their names to vote. — Nancy J. in North Carolina

I am sorry about the loss of both of your parents in such a short time. Hopefully others reading this hint will keep this in mind. It's amazing how many dead people vote, in every state! The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 requires that every state "make reasonable efforts to remove persons who have died," but there is no set standard for doing this. Each state is different, so take the time to make sure a deceased person's name is no longer on the roll.

Notify your voter-registration office yourself, and follow up when you go to vote. — Hugs, Heloise


You have got to see this before you vote.

Huma Abedin has been working as Hillary's top assistant since 1996.

Huma Abedin is deeply involved in Islamic organizations which want to destroy Western Civilizations from within, and replace our laws with Shariah Law.

Before Huma was hired, Hillary received $25,000,000 from Huma's family for the Clinton Foundation.

Saudi Arabia has funded 20% of Hillary's election campaign.


Where are the police?  Where is the news?

News from Around the World / VALUE VOTERS SUMMIT IS ON YOUTUBE
« on: Fri Sep 09, 2016 - 14:28:03 »

News from Around the World / Seddique Mateen is for Gun Control??
« on: Wed Aug 10, 2016 - 11:11:03 »
Right after the Orlando massacre, the father of the shooter, Seddique Mateen, was questioned by the media.  He was all apologies about the incomprehensible thing his good boy had done.  Then we find out he has a TV show that comes out of California that is pro Taliban.  Now we find he has been chosen to  sitt directly behind Hillary Clinton during her rally. A reporter recognized him, and caught up with him afterwards.  He was carrying a huge sign saying, in essence, that Hillary is the candidate because she believes in gun control.  Now why would he be in favor of gun control if he is pro-Taliban, which is all about all guns all the time?  My guess is he is for gun control because gun control is not about making us safer; it is about -- leaving Americans defenseless. 

Another question, should we trust any of these people?

“Clinton is good for United States versus Donald Trump,” Seddique Mateen later told a news station in broken English as he held a pro-Hillary sign and revealed that he had been “invited by the Democratic Party”.
Seddique Mateen also supports the Taliban and exterminating gay people.
As CBS News previously reported, Mateen said that, “God will punish those involved in homosexuality”.
He also hosts a TV show on a California-based satellite Afghan TV station that is “nationalistic, pro-Taliban slant; full of anti-U.S. rhetoric and inflammatory language.”

The bodies are piling up.  One sued the DNC for cheating Bernie.  One wrote books about the Clintons.  One was to testify in court about illegal foreign donations.
When is this going to come out in the media?  Never?


News from Around the World / Khazir Khan A Security Threat
« on: Thu Aug 04, 2016 - 14:14:43 »
Khizr Khan, the Muslim Gold Star father that Democrats and their allies media wide have been using to hammer GOP presidential nominee Donald J. Trump, has deleted his law firm’s website from the Internet.
This development is significant, as his website proved—as Breitbart News and others have reported—that he financially benefits from unfettered pay-to-play Muslim migration into America.

A snapshot of his now deleted website, as captured by the Wayback Machine which takes snapshots archiving various websites on the Internet, shows that as a lawyer he engages in procurement of EB5 immigration visas and other “Related Immigration Services.”

The website is completely removed from the Internet, and instead directs visitors to the URL at which it once was to a page parking the URL run by GoDaddy.

The EB5 program, which helps wealthy foreigners usually from the Middle East essentially buy their way into America, is fraught with corruption. U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has detailed such corruption over the past several months, and in February issued a blistering statement about it.

“Maybe it is only here on Capitol Hill—on this island surrounded by reality—that we can choose to plug our ears and refuse to listen to commonly accepted facts,” Grassley said in a statement earlier this year. “The Government Accountability Office, the media, industry experts, members of congress, and federal agency officials, have concurred that the program is a serious problem with serious vulnerabilities. Allow me to mention a few of the flaws.”

Grassley’s statement even noted that the program Khan celebrated on his website has posed national security risks.

“There are also classified reports that detail the national security, fraud and abuse. Our committee has received numerous briefings and classified documents to show this side of the story,” Grassley said in the early February 2016 statement. “The enforcement arm of the Department of Homeland Security wrote an internal memo that raises significant concerns about the program. One section of the memo outlines concerns that it could be used by Iranian operatives to infiltrate the United States. The memo identifies seven main areas of program vulnerability, including the export of sensitive technology, economic espionage, use by foreign government agents and terrorists, investment fraud, illicit finance and money laundering.”

Khan spoke alongside his wife Ghazala Khan at the Democratic National Convention last week in Philadelphia, and they were honoring their son U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan—a hero who lost his life to a suicide bomber in Iraq in 2004. On behalf of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, Khizr Khan ripped into Donald Trump’s policies on immigration—specifically bashing his plan to bar Muslim migration from regions afflicted with rampant terrorism into America temporarily until the United States can figure out what’s going on.

Khan even brought out a pocket Constitution, claiming inaccurately that Trump’s plans were unconstitutional. That’s not true, as Congress has already granted such power to the president under the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952—allowing the president to bar migration of any alien or class of aliens the president sees as a threat to the United States for any reason at any time. Such a class of aliens could be Muslims, or it could be people from a specific region of the world, or any other class—such as someone’s race, weight, height, age, national origin, religion, or anything else.

The media, along with Hillary Clinton and her supporters throughout the Democratic Party establishment, has pushed the line of attack against Trump for days. Now on Tuesday, President Barack Obama has said that Trump is “unfit” to serve as President over the matter. Even a group of anti-Trump congressional Republicans has gone after Trump on the matter.

But as Breitbart News and other new media have exposed Khan’s various deep political and legal connections to the Clintons—and to Muslim migration—the attack line has crumbled. Now, with Khan deleting his website in an apparent effort to hide his biographical information, the attack is falling apart even more.

What’s perhaps interesting is that also on this website that he has now deleted, Khan revealed that he spent nearly a decade working for the mega-D.C. law firm Hogan & Hartson—now Hogan Lovells LLP—which connects him directly with the government of Saudi Arabia and the Clintons themselves. Saudi Arabia, which has retained the firm that Khan worked at for years, has donated between $10 million and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation. Hillary Clinton, despite the repeated urging of Trump, has refused to return the Clinton Cash money to the Saudis. What’s more, Hogan Lovells also did Hillary Clinton’s taxes—and helped acquire the patents for parts of the technology she used in crafting her illicit home-brew email server that the FBI director called “extremely careless” in handling classified information.

What’s more, the entire mainstream has proven negligence with regard to this matter as none of them even thought to look into this Khan guy’s law practice before bandying him about as some kind of magic elixir that cures the country of Trump. http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/08/02/khizr-khan-deletes-law-firm-website-proving-financially-benefits-pay-play-muslim-migration/

News from Around the World / Seven policemen Shot in Baton Rouge
« on: Sun Jul 17, 2016 - 11:58:02 »
Seven policemen are shot in Baton Rouge, 3 dead, 4 injured.  This follows a demonstration of Black Lives Matter about a week ago who were threatening all kinds of things concerning the police.  We have all witnessed the police being subjected to rocks, cinder blocks, and phrases like "What do we want?  Dead cops.  When do we want it? Now."  We have also heard the chant, "Pigs in a blanket, fry em like bacon."

How many policemen have to die before we use the terrorist threat laws already on the books?  There needs to be a federal law, President Obama.

Where are we currently with laws concerning terroristic threats?  Read below.


Making a terrorist threat, sometimes known as making a criminal threat or by similar language, is a crime in every state. People make terrorist threats when they threaten to commit a crime that would reasonably result in death, terror, serious injury, or serious physical property damage.

Not all threats are criminal, and not all threats are considered terrorist threats. Though state and federal laws on terrorist threats differ widely, they typically include several common elements.

Threats. A person usually makes a terrorist threat verbally or in writing, but the threat does not have to be explicit nor expressed in a written or verbal format. A person can make a terrorist threat through innuendo or even body language. Some courts have ruled that a person can be convicted of making a terrorist threat if a reasonable person could conclude that the person's actions under the circumstances conveyed a threat to commit violence. However, some state laws specifically require that a person make a verbal statement; body language or non-verbal communications are not enough in those states.

Specificity. While a person can make a terrorist threat through innuendo or non-verbal communication, the threat itself must specifically threaten death, serious injury, or serious property damage. It doesn't matter that the person making the threat fails to specify a method. Also, a threat doesn't have to specify the time when the attack might take place. Any threat involving a present or future attack is sufficient.

Reasonability. The threat a person makes must be reasonable in order to qualify as a terrorist threat. For example, you cannot commit a terrorist threat if you threaten to destroy the state capital by ordering your alien army to do it for you. A reasonable person must be able to conclude that the threat is credible. If you never intended to commit the crime, that's no defense--it's sufficient for a conviction that someone else might reasonably believe that you did.

Terror. Though many states criminalize making a “terrorist” threat, it isn't always necessary for the person's threat to cause someone else to experience fear or terror. The actions of the accused are what determine whether a crime has been committed, and it is not always dependent on the emotions of others. In some states, however, making someone afraid or terrified as a result of your threat is enough to make it a terrorist threat.

What is the penalty?

Defendants convicted of making terrorist threats face a range of possible penalties. Some states categorize the crime as either a misdemeanor or a felony, or both, depending on the nature of the circumstances. The penalties involved for a terrorist threat typically include one or more of the following:

Incarceration. Anyone convicted of a misdemeanor offense for making a terrorist or criminal threat faces up to one year in a county jail. For a felony conviction, a court can impose a prison sentence of a year or more. Depending on the state and the nature of the threat, a conviction for making a terrorist threat can result in a prison sentence of 40, and even 100 or more years in prison.

Fines. Fines for making a terrorist threat vary widely. Some states impose no minimum fine, while others impose minimum fines of as little as $200 or as much as $10,000. Maximum fines for making a terrorist threat can exceed $250,000.

Restitution. Courts may also order a person convicted of making a terrorist threat to pay restitution. Restitution is similar to a fine, but instead of paying it to the state, the convicted person pays restitution to the victims of the terrorist threat in order to compensate them for any damages they suffered as a result of the crime.

Probation. In misdemeanor cases, and even in some felony cases, a court can sentence a person convicted of making a terrorist threat to a probation term. The length of the term differs widely, but typically lasts 6 months or more, depending on the circumstances of the case and state sentencing rules. Courts may also order probation after the defendant has served a jail sentence, and may also require the convicted person to pay a fine or restitution.  http://www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/crime-penalties/federal/Terrorist-Threat.htm

Would it not make sense to prosecute anyone who chants in the streets statements like  "What do we want.  Dead cops.  When do we want it.  Now,"  Is it not a terroristic threat against the police?

What about the proclamations made in the majority of mosques in the United States that Allah is the superior deity, and that all who disagree should die.  Is that not a terroristic threat?  What if the threat is made over the internet?  Does that not also qualify as a terroristic threat?  Do we really need to wait until they actually have the weapon in their hands pulling the trigger?  No, we don't.  If someone even threatens that is what they are going to do  -- that is enough.

Christian Politics Forum / Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood
« on: Mon Jun 27, 2016 - 13:11:26 »
Start at minute 17 to find out what has happened in the United States under Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood.


Hillary Clinton is owned lock, stock, and barrel by Islamic organizations who have given millions upon millions to the Clinton Foundation.
I think we have had about enough.

News from Around the World / Jan Crouch of TBN Died Tuesday Morning
« on: Sun Jun 05, 2016 - 13:43:50 »

Jan Crouch, wife of Paul Crouch, died on Tuesday morning.

1938 - 2016

She died of a massive stroke.

She and her deceased husband founded the TBN Network, bringing many people to the Lord.

Introductions / Today's my first day
« on: Thu Jun 02, 2016 - 12:56:29 »
I'm new here.  Not sure how I got here, but  I think I like it.
See you 'round the board.
Oh, I'm a mother of 3, grandmother of 10, and still married.
Love the Bible.
Love Jesus.

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