Obama Doesn’t Want America’s Recovery

WHY WON’T TRADITIONAL JOURNALISTS ADMIT TO THE OBVIOUS? by Sher Zieve, ©2010 (Jul. 25, 2010) — It is almost unfathomable to me that television’s talking heads and pundits sill continue to scratch their respective noggins and ask why The Obama is talking–again–about raising taxes via letting President Bush’s tax cuts (for everyone I would add) […]

NH Rep. Laurence Rappaport speaks with The Post & Email about Eligibility, the Constitution, and State Sovereignty

STATE REP.  BROUGHT EVIDENCE OF OBAMA’S INELIGIBILITY ALMOST TWO YEARS AGO TO HIS SECRETARY OF STATE AND ATTORNEY GENERAL by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 19, 2010) — In September 2008, New Hampshire State Rep. Laurence Rappaport and another member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Rep. Carol Vita, brought a complaint of possible election fraud […]

Is Defending the U.S. Constitution a Priority in 2010?

IS THE SPIRIT OF ’76 STILL ALIVE IN AMERICA? by John F. Sweeney (Jul. 1, 2010) — In 2001, the U.S. felt the horror of militant Islamic terrorists whose goal was to terrify and paralyze the people of the United States and the world. As time has shown, they failed in their effort. But now, […]

A One-on-One Personal Interview with Commander Kerchner Regarding his Eligibility Challenge and Lawsuit against Obama and Congress

“YOU HAVE TO STAND UP AND FIGHT THIS BATTLE” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 21, 2010) — Charles F. Kerchner, Jr., Commander USNR (Retired), is the lead plaintiff in the case Kerchner v. Obama & Congress, which is scheduled for review by a three-judge panel on June 29, 2010.  Commander Kerchner has given The Post & […]

Is Obama propping up his favorite Chicago bank?

SMALL INSTITUTION BASED IN CHICAGO RECEIVES LAST-MINUTE HELP FROM GIANT WALL STREET LENDERS, BUT WHY? by Sharon Rondeau (May 20, 2010) — A “small, Chicago-based bank” received a little help from some very generous friends on Wednesday. According to The Financial Times, the bank “has important political friends in Washington, including former President Bill Clinton.  […]