Thank You, Readers!


by Sharon Rondeau

The Post & Email was founded in August 2009 by John Charlton as a voice for the common man to relate the news in his own words

(Mar. 18, 2011) — The Post & Email wishes to take a moment to thank all of you for your monthly subscriptions, one-time donations, and signatures to the Hawaii Petition Campaign.

The monthly subscriptions have allowed us to continue our investigations into corruption in government in Tennessee; Hawaii; Washington, DC, in Congress and the judiciary, and within the military.  They have also enabled us to improve the website’s accessibility, up-time and visibility on the internet through our WordPress experts, WordPress Boys.

As of yesterday’s mailing, the Hawaii Petition Campaign is officially closed.  We feel we have sent the strongest letter possible to the appropriate Hawaii officials before filing treason complaints against them.  If you have signed the petition between March 14 and today, we can refund your money or use it for our general fund.  If you would like a refund, please send an email to  There will be a few changes to the site to reflect the campaign’s closing, which will allow us more time to research and report.

We will continue to focus on the Obama eligibility issue, pressing forward on it until Obama is either proven to be a natural born Citizen, which appears extremely doubtful, or he is removed from office for fraud and treason against the U.S. Constitution.

CDR Walter Fitzpatrick also wishes to thank everyone who donated to his legal defense fund.  Most of the money, about $2,000, was used to pay for collect phone calls while he was incarcerated in the Monroe County jail, and some was used to purchase the June 28, 2010 arraignment transcript which Fitzpatrick stated does not reflect the facts of the hearing.  Since his release, CDR Fitzpatrick has assumed the majority of his legal expenses voluntarily.  However, if more funds are needed for his appeal, we will relaunch the campaign.

Since The Post & Email began probing corruption in Tennessee, two long-serving grand jury foremen have been replaced, and  judges accused of wrongdoing are being exposed.  The practice of jury-rigging has also been openly admitted.

A private donor has generously provided us with new recording equipment which will allow us to post interviews much faster than before as well as funds for our ongoing operations.

The Post & Email wishes to become the premiere website for serious government news, which is what the First Amendment calls upon the media to be.  Therefore, telling your friends, neighbors and relatives about our site will help toward that end.  Please use our printer-friendly icon to produce full articles with all of the citations for people without internet access or computers and tweet each new article to disseminate the news throughout the blogosphere.

Thank you to all of our columnists and and citizen editorialists for your excellent contributions.

We are always looking for writers who are willing to be trained to be effective investigators.  Training is provided at no cost for those who are interested.  The more stories we can cover simultaneously, the greater our impact will be.

3 Responses to "Thank You, Readers!"

  1. sky   Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 1:40 PM

    grtting er done thanks John,Sharon and P&E staff so help me god

  2. RacerJim   Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 8:13 AM

    Just the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Thank you John, Sharon and P&E staff.

  3. 2discern   Friday, March 18, 2011 at 2:02 PM

    From the readers: Bunches and bushels of thanks to Sharon and P&E staff (IT, geeks, etc.)
    Our only desire is to see this to the finish. The arrogant silver spooned mouth teleprompter reader,fake, indecisive, lazy, putative president (real name barry soetero) does not know what is coming. He can scrub all the documents and web sites of his fraud only so long. He cannot shut the mouths of eye witness accounts that know his past. Timing is everything.

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