Breaking: Atty. Orly Taitz Reports on January 13 Hearing in Hawaii

OPPOSITION BRIEF LABELS TAITZ  A ” VEXATIOUS PLAINTIFF” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 13, 2012) — This evening Orly Taitz reported that after a virtually sleepless night, she and Deputy AG Jill Nagamine appeared in Honolulu District Court today in front of Judge Rhonda Nishimura, at which time Nagamine asked that Taitz be sanctioned for being […]

Update: WND’s Jerome Corsi: Obama “Was Born in Kenya”

“WE’VE GOT THE INITIALS” by Sharon Rondeau (May 21, 2011) — Dr. Jerome Corsi, Ph.D., who was recently interviewed by Alex Jones, provided details about when and by whom he believes forgers created the image released by the White House on April 27, 2011 purported to be the long-form birth certificate of Barack Hussein Obama […]

Obama Long-Form Gaggledygook

WHERE ARE THE PAPER COPIES? by WTPOTUS, ©2011, blogging at WTPOTUS (May 13, 2011) — On April 27, 2011, Jay Carney, White House (WH) press secretary, held a “Press Gaggle”  to introduce the media to President Obama’s  original, certified, long-form birth certificate. Carney gave “paperwork” to reporters: a packet containing copies of Obama’s short-form Certification of Live Birth […]

Hawaii Department of Health labels The Post & Email a “vexatious requester”

FOR ONLY ASKING A QUESTION! by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 28, 2010) — On Tuesday, August 3, the Hawaii Department of Health disclosed what it said were the three most recent email requests “related to President Obama’s birth certificate” to Mark Niesse, Associated Press writer, whose August 7 article accurately quoted The Post & Email’s response […]

The Post & Email gets mainstream media coverage

ASSOCIATED PRESS STORY GOES VIRAL! by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 7, 2010) — The Post & Email was contacted several days ago by reporter Mark Niesse of the Associated Press about “Barack Obama’s birth certificate” as indicated in his story published today. Because we wish to report the news rather than be a part of the […]

Hawaii Ombudsman’s Office: Online research of requesters is acceptable

CAUGHT IN THE ACT:  HAWAII HEALTH DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES SANCTION VIOLATING U.S. CODE AND THEIR OWN OPEN RECORDS LAW by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 28, 2010) — A citizen who had requested information from the Hawaii Department of Health regarding practices and procedures under the state’s UIPA law filed a complaint with the Office of the Ombudsman […]

Hawaii Legislature passes “vexatious requester” law

HOWEVER, MEASURE’S SCOPE AND INTENT HAVE BEEN DILUTED by Sharon Rondeau (May 1, 2010) — On Tuesday, the Hawaii legislature passed SB2937/CD1, which amends the state UIPA law to allow for a state agency to refuse the release of government records under certain circumstances. While the “report title” of the amended section still refers to […]

HI House and Senate to discuss “Vexatious Requester” bill on April 19, 2010

WHAT IS FUELING THE PROPOSED LEGISLATION, AND DOES IT TRULY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF OBAMA’S REFUSAL TO PRODUCE HIS RECORDS? April 18, 2010 Dear Editor: The following was sent to the Hawaii Legislature today: Aloha, Dear Esteemed Officials of the State of Hawaii Legislature, I understand there is a bicameral committee conference scheduled for tomorrow, April […]

“Vexatious requester” bill still alive in Hawaii

PROPOSAL PASSES HOUSE AND RETURNS TO SENATE “WITH AMENDMENTS” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 6, 2010) — An amendment to an existing Hawaii law regarding the public’s access to information from state agencies which was previously “deferred” is again being discussed in the Hawaii legislature.  SB2937/SD1/HD1, the “vexatious requester” bill, has been passed by the House […]

HI Senator who sponsored “vexatious requester” bill is a sellout to Obama

WILL ESPERO NOW DECLARES THAT “VOTERS HAVE RESOLVED THE ISSUE” OF OBAMA’S ELIGIBILITY IN COMPLETE DISREGARD OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 16, 2010) — Hawaii State Senator Will Espero first entered the controversy over Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility last summer when he stated that birth certificates of people born in Hawaii should […]