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Mr. Charlton is a natural born American Citizen and devout Christian, who founded The Post & Email as an act of faith in Christ Jesus: in order to give the common man a vehicle to report the news in his own words to the world. He believes that our country belongs to the people, and that the best natural protection for it, is that the people be given a voice in the public forum. Mr. Charlton is not a registered member of any political party, though he is a staunch opponent of Communism and Fascism. He started The Post & Email as a blog in August 2009 and converted it to an electronic newspaper in December of that year.
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Mrs. Rondeau is a natural born American Citizen who began researching the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama during the 2008 election cycle. She has been operating The Post & Email since April 2010 following Mr. Charlton’s departure. She has a background in word processing, transcription, research, writing and instruction. As editor, Ms. Rondeau writes daily national, state and world news reports, reviews and publishes editorials from syndicated and guest writers, and screens citizen submissions for quality, accuracy, and adherence to the high standards of the newspaper.
Since the fall of 2009, The Post & Email has reported exclusively on the discoveries of CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.) in the state of Tennessee which demonstrate that a “dictatorship of the judiciary” exists throughout the Volunteer State and the nation. On June 24, 2014, Fitzpatrick was convicted of “aggravated perjury” and “extortion” after submitting a petition with criminal evidence against public officials to the McMinn County grand jury, which illustrated the criminalization of the First Amendment by a jury under pressure from heavy-handed government. The phenomenon is found throughout Tennessee criminal courts, which have been acting in defiance of laws passed by the legislature in 1984 which ordered them to combine into districts.
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