Why the Elg Ellipsis?

ELIMINATING THE PARENTAL REQUIREMENT FOR “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN” TO “MAKE” OBAMA ELIGIBLE by Joseph DeMaio, ©2012 (May 13, 2012) — For some time now, one “nolu chan” — observing the individual’s preference for all lower-case letters, like archy the cockroach — has persisted in beating the “if-you-tell-a-lie-long-enough-it-starts-to-sound-like-the-truth” drum on Barack Hussein Obama’s purported status as a […]

Citizen Fighting Corruption: “Watch the Courts!”

COURT-WATCHERS NEEDED IN ALL STATES TO EXPOSE JUDICIAL CORRUPTION from a Reader (Dec. 15, 2011) — We have watched in complete horror the take-over of every branch of our government. The corruption is so all-encompassing, there is no longer a safe haven from any of the onslaught of criminality. Congress is corrupt, the executive branch […]

Rick Perry: Last, Best Hope to Fight Washington, D.C. Corruption

POLITICAL CORRUPTION IS THE SINGLE, MOST IMPORTANT 2012 ISSUE by Lawrence Sellin, ©2011 (Nov. 17, 2011) — Washington, D.C. is hopelessly corrupt. None of the critical problems America is currently facing will be resolved without effectively addressing the blatant dishonesty and frequent criminality of politicians and their wealthy facilitators. Corruption in Washington, D.C. can assume many […]

Citizen Tells California Republican Party: “Marco Rubio Is not Eligible”

DOES THE REPUBLICAN PARTY CARE ABOUT ELIGIBILITY? by George Miller, Ventura County Tea Party (Nov. 7, 2011) — Editor’s Note:  In a discussion about the eligibility of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) to serve as President or Vice President, the following email was sent to the president of the California Republican Assembly after she stated in […]

JustiaGate

WHO SCRUBBED MATERIAL DEFINING “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN” DURING THE 2008 CAMPAIGN? by Dianna Cotter, reporting at The Examiner (Oct. 22, 2011) — Someone was incredibly busy in June 2008 working on an illegal front invisible to the public; searching and altering Supreme Court Cases published at Justia.com which cite the only case in American history – […]