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Complaint against US Attorneys General

October 10, 2021 Michael E. HorowitzInspector GeneralU.S. Department of Justice950 Pennsylvania Avenue NWWashington, 20530-0001                Re: Complaint of Robert C. Laity against prior and present U.S. Attorneys General, 08/09/21.                         Dear Mr. Horowitz, On August 9, 2021 I submitted a formal complaint against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland and several other prior U.S. Attorneys General […]

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USSC “Opinions Relating to Orders” and “Summer Order Lists”

 by Joseph DeMaio, ©2021 (Jul. 6, 2021) — In addition to writing majority opinions, dissenting opinions and concurring opinions, Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court sometimes prepare and issue “Opinions Relating to Orders.”  These opinions constitute the view of one or more of the Justices relating to the summary disposition of cases.  The most common […]

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Independence Day 2021

by Robert C. Laity, ©2021 (Jul. 4, 2021) — Reflecting on Benjamin Franklin’s words 245 years ago, “We have a republic if we can keep it,” “We the People” have managed to “keep” the United States Republic going since he made that famous statement. The question now, in 2021, is will “We the People” continue […]

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SCOTUS Rehearing Petition: Harris “NOT the bona-fide Vice-President of the United States”

by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 20, 2021) —  Robert C. Laity’s recently-filed petition to the U.S. Supreme Court for a rehearing on the constitutional eligibility of Kamala Harris claims she is “NOT the bona-fide Vice-President of the United States” and asks the court to set aside its June 1, 2021 denial of his petition for a […]

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The Tisdale Mirage

by Joseph DeMaio, ©2021 (Jun. 17, 2021) — As your humble servant’s favorite former Democrat, Ronald Reagan, quipped when debating and dismantling Water Mondale’s doomed 1980 presidential campaign: “There you go again…”  President Reagan’s timeless observation has renewed relevance as your servant composes this response to comments from “Wilson” and “Luke” regarding the matters set […]

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“Government” Waives Right to File Response in Laity v. Harris “Eligibility” Case

by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 1, 2021) — On Tuesday morning, a “Waiver” appeared on the U.S. Supreme Court docket in the case Laity v. Harris, 20-1503, from “Elizabeth B. Prelogar, Acting Solicitor General, Counsel of Record” stating that “The Government hereby waives its right to file a response to the petition in this case, unless […]

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Laity Sends DeMaio’s “Open Letter” to U.S. Supreme Court, Receives Acknowledgement

by Sharon Rondeau (May 31, 2021) — The plaintiff in a case docketed at the U.S. Supreme Court scheduled for conference last Thursday challenging Kamala Harris’s constitutional eligibility to serve has received an acknowledgement of Laity’s having electronically sent through the court’s website a link to “Open Letter to Justice Clarence Thomas” authored by legal […]

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Exclusive: Laity Provides Supreme Court Filing Challenging Harris’s Eligibility

by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 25, 2021) — The Post & Email has received a copy of a submission made to the U.S. Supreme Court by Petitioner Robert C. Laity requesting a writ of certiorari regarding his challenge to Kamala Devi Harris’s constitutional eligibility to serve as the nation’s vice president. According to the Legal Information […]