Notice Of Intent Sent NJ Re: Sen Ted Cruz Ineligibility‏

Notice Of Intent Sent NJ Re: Sen Ted Cruz Ineligibility‏

WHAT DID JUDGE MASIN OMIT FROM HIS OPINION LAST WEEK? by Cody Robert Judy, Presidential Candidate, ©2016 (Apr. 19, 2016) — [Editor’s Note:  The following letter was sent by email to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and his lieutenant governor, Kim Guadagno, regarding last week’s opinion issued by Administrative Law Judge Jeff Masin that Sen. […]

If You See Something, Say Something

If You See Something, Say Something

TED CRUZ AND OUR CONSTITUTION by William Heino Sr., ©2016 (Mar. 22, 2016) — In the entire history of the United States, as never before, the meaning of “natural born citizen” is more understood now in defining our Constitution due to changing world events. Outside forces are instrumental in continuing further to the collapse of our […]

Incurable Incapacity

Incurable Incapacity

AND THE ROLE OF FEDERAL LAW by Steven L. Craig, ©2014 (Feb. 5, 2014) — This inquiry is an attempt to open the eyes of those who have already opened their ears and heard, opened their minds and learned and wish to pursue the question to its ultimate conclusion under the Constitutional Rule of Law. […]

Of Presidential Eligibility, Doubling Down and Linguistic Torts, Part 2

“IT IS NECESSARY THAT A PERSON BE BORN OF A FATHER WHO IS A CITIZEN…” by Joseph DeMaio, ©2012 (Feb. 22, 2012) — [Editor’s Note:  The following is a continuation of Mr. DeMaio’s essay published at The Post & Email on February 20, 2012 discussing the third CRS memo produced by the Congressional Research Service on […]

Citizen Letters to GA Secretary of State

WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE? February 7, 2012 Dear Secretary Kemp, Sometimes it is better if you have no knowledge of “law.” In Judge Malihi’s opinion that Obama is eligible as a Natural Born Citizen, one has to wonder if Judge Malihi has knowledge of America’s Revolutionary War and the Constitutional Convention in 1787. What Judge […]

Birthright Citizenship and Judicial Incompetence

WAS THE CASE OF WONG KIM ARK DECIDED IN ERROR? by Jim Delaney, blogging at Opinerlog (Mar. 26, 2011) — Mindful of the litany of revisionist case law since the Constitution’s ratification, it is clear that stare decisis is a judicial principle fraught with constitutional perils. Why? One corrupted court ruling inevitably leads to another, […]