by Sharon Rondeau

(Jul. 20, 2015) — The Post & Email is pleased to report that its goal, set on June 24, of raising $1,500 to convert the site to free access to all was surpassed on Monday.

As of Saturday evening, we had raised $786, after which a steady stream of donations, both large and small, poured in.

Two very generous donors – one late on Sunday night and another on Monday afternoon – helped us sail past the goal with the assistance of many others who read the announcement posted by on Monday morning.

In February 2012, The Post & Email was forced to set up a paywall after repeated hacking necessitated a move to a secure dedicated server hosted by which cost several hundred dollars monthly.  Since then, has delivered outstanding service and security.  However, in going “public,” we will be able to reach exponentially more people.

The Post & Email extends its deepest appreciation to all who made this possible, particularly during this time of severe economic hardship for millions of Americans.

What to Expect

We anticipate that within the next month, the site will begin its conversion to a non-subscription platform, much of which will not be visible to the reading audience.  However, readers might already have noticed the “Donate” buttons appearing on the inside pages of articles which will eventually take the place of all subscriptions.

Within the next two months, we hope to be fully operational as a “free” news service.  The paywall and all references to subscriptions will be removed, and well-vetted, inoffensive advertisements are expected to appear.

Anyone who chooses to subscribe between now and the official relaunch of the site can consider it a donation toward this effort.

The Post & Email is your newspaper, and thus is reflective of the wishes of its readers. Each and every day, we strive to bring the truth to the American people without the elitist overtones often found in mainstream media sources.  Along with BirtherReport and a handful of other websites, since its founding in 2009 by John Charlton, The Post & Email has researched and reported on the questions surrounding Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility or lack thereof to serve as president.

The term “birther” is now understood, even by the mainstream media, to signify the existence of questions surrounding the constitutional qualifications of a presidential candidate or candidates.

While CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox News, and many others have failed to report that a law enforcement investigation carried out by the Maricopa County Cold Case Posse declared Obama’s Selective Service registration form and long-form birth certificate “computer-generated forgeries” in 2012, The Post & Email has sought out the information.  We find it particularly interesting that Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio, who tasked the posse with the investigation and is reportedly “convinced” that the birth certificate image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 is a forgery, has been sued by the U.S. Department of Justice and the ACLU in two separate civil cases, the latter of which began in late 2007.

Attorneys for the ACLU in the Melendres case have not responded to a lawsuit filed by Atty. Larry Klayman alleging that they failed to disclose to U.S. District Court Judge G. Murray Snow that a confidential informant who performed work for Arpaio’s office for a time had been their client in the recent past.

Arpaio has taken a strong stand toward enforcing existing federal immigration law, which Snow commanded he cease doing in late 2013.  Without analyzing the legal aspects of Melendres, Cold Case Posse lead investigator Mike Zullo discussed the sheriff’s views on illegal immigration during a July 10 interview with “Freedom Friday’s” Carl Gallups.

The Post & Email has also queried the federal government for documents which could shed light on the eligibility of other presidential candidates, in particular, Sen. Ted Cruz.  The results of our several FOIA requests into Cruz’s background indicate that Americans cannot fully vet presidential candidates because of existing privacy laws and candidates’ failure to voluntarily produce their own documentation.

Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution requires the president and commander-in-chief to be a “natural born Citizen.”

We have also exclusively covered the saga of Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, a 25-year Navy veteran who accused Obama of treason on March 17, 2009, then later discovered systemic corruption throughout the Tennessee courts and specifically, the grand jury.  In attempting to report judges’ constitutional violations against the very citizens they are expected to serve, Fitzpatrick learned that the entire state government is complicit in the imprisonment of untold numbers of Tennesseans each year.

Fitzpatrick is currently himself a prisoner at the Northwest Correctional Complex (NWCX) in Tiptonville, TN, having served nearly a year of a three-year sentence meted out by retiring Senior Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood.



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  1. Excellent! Can I just keep my ongoing subscription or do I need to change over to donating?
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: You do not have to change anything, but your last subscription is the final one that you’ll have to make!

  2. We are very pleased that the goal was reached, even faster than we expected.

    As to not being able to vet Presidential Candidates, this is more proof that we have a ONE Party System. The rulers cover the back of each other. Maybe people will wake up and realize we need to elect people that are NOT politicians.

    Thank you Sharon for all that you do.

  3. YEEAAH. I will make sure many others know when it goes public and we will be sure to continue to “donate” a fair amount to help with the cost regularly.