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Obama Nullifies and Ends US Constitution

June 2, 2011
Obama Nullifies and Ends US Constitution

Sometime in May 2011, the United States Constitution was rendered null and void by then €œPresident€ Barack Hussein Obama. Although it was later accepted that Mr. Obama was ineligible to be President of the United States, due to his not meeting the US Constitution’€™s requirement of €œnatural born citizen,€ (and some speculated this was the […]

Rutherford’s concerns for 4th Amendment

June 2, 2011
Rutherford’s concerns for 4th Amendment

The Rutherford Institute says the U.S. Supreme Court has done away with the Fourth Amendment by sidestepping a case involving parental rights and student protection. Though the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Sarah Green’s Fourth Amendment rights had been violated, the Supreme Court says the case is moot now that she is nearly […]

Groups Target Thomas’ Wife’s Work to Force Him to Sit Out High Court Rulings on Health Care

June 2, 2011
Groups Target Thomas’ Wife’s Work to Force Him to Sit Out High Court Rulings on Health Care

Eyeing a potential 5-4 decision on President Obama’s Affordable Care health care reforms, some Democratic lawmakers are trying to pressure Justice Clarence Thomas to sit out any health care case that may come before the Supreme Court. And in an added tack to influence the court’s decision-making, one election watchdog has demanded an FBI probe […]

Private Investigator: Obama’s Fraudulent Social Security Number

May 31, 2011

First Amendment Trumps Sharia in Dearborn

May 31, 2011
First Amendment Trumps Sharia in Dearborn

A rare and striking vindication of American free speech principles came this week, setting back those American Muslims who believe that in their own enclaves, sharia-based restrictions on religious freedom should exist. A seminal, if ominous report released May 17, 2011 by the Center for Security Policy described fifty appellate court cases from 23 states […]

Intel report: Kenyans honor Obama’s ‘birthplace’

May 31, 2011

An internal bulletin from the Kenyan National Security Intelligence Service, or NSIS, states that the Kenyan government in 2009 commissioned a cultural museum in the Obama home village of Kogelo to honor the “birthplace of President Barack Obama” and rededicate the tomb of his father, Barack Obama Sr. The 2009 NSIS bulletin report said: The […]

CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICES FINALLY RELEASES MEMO

May 31, 2011
CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICES FINALLY RELEASES MEMO

Sherlock Holmes once noted that the perfect crime is the one that is never detected. Those who are now finally discovering the unsolved mystery of Barack Obama’s eligibility under the Constitution as a “natural born Citizen” should read more Sherlock Holmes. In reality, there is no mystery. Day-by-day, week-by-week and revelation by revelation, the empirical […]

Wisconsin case should’ve had different judge

May 31, 2011
Wisconsin case should’ve had different judge

A legal expert who has been watching the court battle over Wisconsin’s collective bargaining law says it was not only wrong for the judge to void the measure, but she should have recused herself from the case. Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal fellow at The Heritage Foundation, thinks Judge Maryann Sumi should have withdrawn herself […]

Supreme Court’s Scary Power Grab

May 24, 2011
Supreme Court’s Scary Power Grab

The U.S. Supreme Court effectively ordered California on Monday to release 33,000 inmates over two years from an in-state prison population that numbers about 143,000. Kent Scheidegger of the tough-on-crime Criminal Justice Legal Foundation blogged that Californians shouldn’t “bother investing much in a car. It will be open season on cars, given that car thieves […]

Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack

May 24, 2011
Senate debates president’s power during cyber-attack

Senators squared off with Obama administration officials Monday about plans to give the president emergency powers to protect vital U.S. electronic networks from attacks by hackers, cyberterrorists and foreign governments. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on the administration’s legislative proposal, announced two weeks ago, that would rely on a […]

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