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by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 3, 2012) — Don Fredrick’s masterful summary of the connections in Obama’s life which appear to be more than coincidence was published by The Washington Times after Mr. Fredrick submitted it to The Post & Email from his own website, “The Obama Timeline.”
The Post & Email contacted Mr. Fredrick to learn who is responsible for publishing his work at The Washington Times and placing a link to the printer-friendly version of article as The Post & Email’s “Blog of the Day.”
At 12:10 a.m. EDT on October 3, Mr. Fredrick responded that it was not he who initiated the publication of his article. “It was not prompted by me,” Fredrick said. “I guess the article is getting mentioned a lot. “Before It’s News” also has a link to your page, I believe. I did two Internet radio interviews today; 30 minutes this morning and two full hours this evening,” Fredrick told us. The first show was with host Steve Martin of The Aroostook Watchmen Radio Show over The Constitutional Radio Network, which is heard on the following stations: 780 AM in Monticello, 1700 AM in Lewiston, 88.1 FM in Westbrook, 88.1 FM in Portland, 88.1 FM in Orono, 96.5 FM in Brewer, 96.5 FM in Bangor, Maine.
Amidst declining subscriptions for print newspapers in 2009, The Washington Times “defied the industry trend” and received increased circulation of “more than 3 percent” over the recent six-month period, which closely coincided with the six months prior to the 2008 election.
As editorial writers own their own copyrights, it would have been appropriate for The Times to have linked back to Mr. Fredrick’s website directly. We wish him to receive the recognition he deserves for putting the publicly-information about Obama together so cogently and connecting the dots, as it were.
Mr. Fredrick published a book entitled The Obama Timeline on July 21, 2009 which contains “evidence that was kept from the voters when they were starving for information during one of the most important election campaigns in American history.”
We are very grateful to the person who provided for the publication of the article and the backlink to The Post & Email.
On Tuesday evening, The Washington Times reported that Obama used a “phony accent” when addressing a group of supporters in 2007 in New Orleans, LA, which had suffered massive damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The video and story were credited to The Daily Caller by both The Times and Fox News’s “On the Record.”