Breaking: The Post & Email Mentioned at New Jersey Ballot Challenge Hearing


by Sharon Rondeau

(Apr. 10, 2012) — The Post & Email has spoken twice this afternoon with Nicholas Purpura, one of the plaintiffs in the New Jersey ballot challenge to eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to have his name placed on the ballot for November.

Mr. Purpura has asked that we wait for one more piece of information before publishing news of the hearing today, but he told The Post & Email personally:

Here’s something I found out for you which I think is interesting.  I was very pleased to tell everybody what a great job you did, and there were a number of people there who said, “Oh, yeah, we used to look at her site; it was really good, but now that she started charging, we dropped off.”

Purpura said that he answered, “Well, it’s a great website.”  Purpura then told us, “I don’t want to see you lose any readership, because I think you do a heck of a job.”

We then said, “Many people want everything to be free,” to which Purpura said, “Well, we’re in an entitlement society.”

He then wishes us “a very blessed evening.”  He sounded very tired but positive.  A report on the ballot challenge will be published shortly.


4 Responses to "Breaking: The Post & Email Mentioned at New Jersey Ballot Challenge Hearing"

  1. AnAmericanStory   Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 9:23 AM

    Instead spending one cent on my local “newspaper” that never reports anything execpt garbage,fluff and lies,I chose an alternative method of receiving news. I choose the new media. Believe me I know from personal experience the MSM prints outright lies.
    The Post & Email is one of the sources I look to for what’s going on in our country.

    The establishment “fourth estate” as main stream media has been referred to, is completely in the bag for government. They act like scared little children that are afraid of the truth. When in reality it is truth that will send the bullies running in the opposite direction when they are exposed. So the Lame Stream Media keeps paying tribute to the bully by running cover and cowering, how pathetic. Cowards all.

    Keep up the good work Mrs. Rondeau.

    It’s a shame more people are willing to pay for the “cable news”, that mis-directs and obfuscates on a daily bases, than spend a small amount to see reality.
    The fact is, anything that may shake their normalcy bias scares them, so many will outright ignore what is happening right in front of them. It’s too painful for many to admit that they have been deceived and that our country and freedoms have been on a road to ruin for decades now. This site, as well as many others, that has been exposing the government fraud pertaining to the “eligibility” issue as well as other stories, I believe will never be excepted by a majority simply because it frightens them.
    What a sad commentary on what some American people’s reality has morphed into. Orwellian for certain.

  2. magix47   Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 7:41 PM

    I found your website about 6 months ago…well before the server problem a while back and did not offer my help. When forced to subscribe, it was time to fish or cut bait as they say, and so I subscribed…Well worth the minor investment…Thank You
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Thank you, sir; we appreciate each and every subscriber and do our best to publish the most informative news on the web regarding the activities of government. The subscription feature ensures that we can continue to do so well into the future.

  3. geodan   Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 6:19 PM

    There was a disruption of the twice daily reminders, with convenient links to the articles, long enough to necessarily seek out alternative news sources.

    Since the changeover, the twice daily reminders have reappeared, but the links fail to function. Recovery means getting out of email mode and accessing The Post & Email through a search engine, unless the website is readily known, along with logging on, etc., all of which had previously been conveniently bypassed. This mode will obviously generate less website activity.

    A huge problem with buying subscriptions is that use of credit cards, and especially use of PayPal, for many of us is something to be avoided. Personal checks are mostly to pay invoices, which are naturally absent in this case. Sadly, all of these are important considerations that do take their toll.
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: I was not aware that the links do not work.

  4. meyerlm   Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 4:46 PM

    I ask, What Price for TRUTH and Justice??
    I consider my Investment well worth the Returns!!
    There is NO Substitute for Patriotism~~

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