Missouri Senate to Take Up Presidential Eligibility Bill

“FORCE THEM TO PLAY BY THE SAME SET OF RULES” by Hector Maldonado, former candidate for U.S. Senate (May 10, 2012) — Dear Patriots: Current Missouri statutes for voters’ registration, entitlement qualifications, and candidate verifications are currently too lenient and have been left open to broad interpretation. When coupled with the even more ambiguous guidelines […]

Update on Obama Eligibility Challenge in Missouri

WHO ARE THE “PROUD, TRUE AMERICANS?” by Hector Maldonado (Feb. 20, 2012) — To be Commander-in-Chief, one must be a Natural Born Citizen. Last week as I was testifying at the Missouri Elections Committee, they only wanted to allocate 2-3 minutes of testimony.  Sure enough, as I introduced Vattel’s treatise on  the Law of Nations, […]

Obama Ballot Challenge Filed in Missouri

BY FORMER U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE AND COMBAT VETERAN by Hector Maldonado February 13, 2012 Dear Patriots, I am dedicated to the ideal that each of us can impact the outcome of the 2012 elections. This Tuesday ironically Valentine’s Day 2012, at 08:15am in hearing room 5, in the basement of the Missouri state capitol building there […]

The Usurpathon goes to D.C. to stop the treason

“WE NEED TO FOCUS LIKE A LASER ON THE ELIGIBILITY ISSUE” by Sharon Rondeau (Sept. 2, 2010) — Dr. Kate holds a Bachelor’s degree from Smith College in geology and a doctorate in hydrology from the University of Arizona.  She has worked in the field of Indian water rights for the last 30 years.   A […]

U.S. Senate Hopeful Hector Maldonado: If Obama ineligible, he has committed “high crimes and possibly treason”

“I WILL ASK THE TOUGH QUESTIONS” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 18, 2010) — Although his birthplace is in Mexico, Hector Maldonado’s heart is with the United States.  He is a decorated combat Army veteran, having served in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iraq and Afghanistan and attaining the rank of captain and Master Trainer. Born on April 21, 1972, […]