"... SLOOH Space Camera has live coverage of the special lunar eclipse. Their camera from Australia -East captured the blood red moon image above.
Charles then noted a post from the Rapture Ready forum saying,”I knew in my Spirit that God was trying to tell me something. Lunar eclipses foretell things about ISRAEL, and solar eclipses foretell things about other nations.”
This type of lunar eclipse has happened three previous times in the last 100 years. They happened in 1948, 1967, and 1973. These dates are all dates of every war Israel has fought since her birth in 1948.*
The author said, “This eclipse is announcing another war – this time it’s the Ezekiel 38/Psalms 83 war that we’ve been expecting to blow up anytime now. Every single one of these wars started ONE WEEK TO THE DAY after their corresponding eclipses. ”
It's here, possums. The day we've all been waiting for. I have to be at my poll watching post tomorrow morning at 6:30 so I am signing off for the night.
I leave you with this:
And the American people are the greatest people in the world. What makes America the greatest nation in the world is the heart of the American people: hardworking, innovative, risk-taking, God- loving, family-oriented American people.
— Mitt Romney
The important thing is this - no matter what happens today Mitt will be okay. He is a good man, a God-fearing man with a good heart and he has the love of his family. I only pray that America will choose him as President.
A federal lawsuit filed Monday in Columbus, Ohio, charges the secretary of state's office with illegally installing untested software on voting systems in dozens of counties – a step that creates a digital “back door,” which someone wishing to alter vote totals might be able to exploit.
With Ohio seen as perhaps the most pivotal state in the presidential election, it is being closely watched for the slightest sign of irregularities.
The suit seeks a temporary injunction to prevent the state from using the software in Tuesday's election. A hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the US District Courtfor the southern district of Ohio, eastern division. If granted, an injunction could prevent Ohio votes from being formatted by the new software and sent to the office of Secretary of State Jon Husted (R) after polls close.
The suit alleges that the secretary of state's office used a legal loophole to install software on electronic voting systems in 39 counties across the state without having it checked by the Ohio Board of Voting Machine Examiners, the state's technical board charged with reviewing elections software. State officials say they have followed federal guidelines and that the equipment is secure.
The man who has led Saudi Arabia's crackdown on al Qaeda and survived an al Qaeda assassination attempt by a suicide bomber carrying a bomb in his rectum has been named Saudi Arabia's top security official.
Prince Muhammed bin Nayef, chosen by King Abdullah as the country's new interior minister, has been "widely credited as the driving force" behind Saudi Arabia's post-2003 crackdown on al Qaeda, according to a 2009 U.S. State Department cable leaked by WikiLeaks.
The Prince, who is the son of a legendary security official known as "the Prince of Shadows," has survived multiple assassination attempts, the most serious of which was an August 2009 suicide bombing by a member of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the Yemeni al Qaeda affiliate. The bomber, who blew himself up close to Prince Muhammed, had hidden the bomb in his own rectum.
The bomb was allegedly designed by AQAP bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri, the same Saudi expatriate who designed the underwear bomb used by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab in his attempt to bring down Northwest flight 253 over Detroit on Christmas 2009. Prince Muhammad escaped the August 2009 attack with minor injuries. His would-be assassin, who died in the blast, was al-Asiri's brother Abdullah.
Prince Muhammed, who had been deputy interior minister, replaces his uncle, who only held the position for five months and asked to be relieved of his duties per the Royal decree announcing today's appointment. Prince Muhammed previously served as assistant interior minister for 13 years under his father, the late Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz, who was interior minister for 37 years and was known as "Prince of Shadows" for his night-owl habits and his success working covertly against Islamist militants.
Succession in Saudi Arabia goes from brother to brother instead of from brother to son to minimize family feuds among the 37 sons of Saudi Arabia's founding King Abdul Aziz.
President Obama’s big rally tonight turned out to be just like his first, opening salvo of the 2012 campaign: a half-empty arena in Ohio.
According toRealClearPolitics’ Scott Conroy, there were “empty seats scattered around the upper-level of Nationwide Arena … Four years ago, after all, Obama was easily filling venues larger than that …” The event even featured Bruce Springsteen and Jay-Z, and Obama still couldn’t fill it out.
As it turns out, the empty seats didn’t look exactly “scattered.” They looked like substantial portions of the upper bowl of the arena, according to photos tweeted by those in attendance.
First up, Neil Newhouse in his own words: "It's an INCREDIBLY tight race." He cited several of the national polls, Gallup and CNN to name two. He then went on to cite his own numbers that show SIX states within a MARGIN OF ERROR of 2 points and that indicates that it will all hinge on tomorrow's turnout.
Next was Rich Beeson: He said that an operation like Project ORCA has never been undertaken before. They were expecting 15-20000 volunteers - and as of today there are 34000 committed to the effort. In his opinion, this shows real momentum. Just like Mitt's rally tonight in NH. With a crowd estimated to be at 20000, it is slated to be the largest political rally in the state of NH - EVAH!
If you were looking for ONE more reason not to vote for Barack Obama - well, here you go. The Obama administration and the US federal government have done everything they can to jerk the victims around. Meanwhile, they've done everything but kiss Nidal Hasan's a$$ in Macy's window to accommodate HIM.
Families and victims of a mass shooting in 2009 at the Fort Hood military base in Texas filed a wrongful death suit on Monday against the U.S. government, the accused gunman and the estate of an alleged al Qaeda leader.
The 148 plaintiffs are seeking damages and a ruling that the rampage was a terrorist attack. The finding would clear the way for them to receive benefits.
Major Nidal Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, faces 13 charges of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder for the November 5, 2009, attack on soldiers preparing to deploy to Iraq.
Survivors have expressed frustration about repeated delays over the past three years in bringingHasan to trial. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces indefinitely postponed Hasan's court-martial last month pending further review.
The suit filed in U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia alleges that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and other officials disregarded the safety of soldiers and civilians at Fort Hood. It also alleges that they allowed Hasan to be in a position to open fire on the troops despite knowing he was a "radical extremist."
"The government seems to have gone out of its way to give the stiff arm to these victims. They have made their lives miserable," said attorney Neal Shur, who is the lead counsel in the case.
The lead plaintiff is Shawn Manning, who was an Army staff sergeant three years ago and was shot six times.
"The Army has refused to acknowledge this was a terrorist attack, and I have exhausted all other options," he said.
The other defendants include Hasan, who was shot by police during the attack and paralyzed from the chest down, and the estate of Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born cleric linked to al Qaeda's Yemen-based wing. He was killed in a U.S. drone strike last year.
An independent review headed by former FBI Director William Webster found that Hasan had exchanged emails with Awlaki.
The lawsuit includes allegations of civil conspiracy, gross negligence, assault and battery, due process violations and intentional misrepresentations.
Shur said one reason the suit was filed was that federal authorities had "ignored" $750 million in administrative claims he sought in 2011.
That Movie: How The Innocence of Muslims Was Made When struggling actor Tim Dax was hired to star in a swords-and-sandals movie titled Desert Warrior, he was just happy to have the job. One year later, Dax and the rest of the film’s cast and crew would look on in horror as The Innocence of Muslims—a crudely dubbed version of the movie they thought they were making—ignited protests across the Arab world and controversy at home. Speaking with many of the film’s principals, Michael Joseph Gross reports on a story as old as Hollywood itself: a pursuit of fame and fortune that ended in tears.
Pravda to Americans: Never Give Up Your Guns "These days, there are few few things to admire about the socialist, bankrupt and culturally degenerating USA, but at least so far, one thing remains: the right to bare arms and use deadly force to defend one's self and possessions."