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Documents Raise Questions about Kagan’s Role in Obamacare Defense

May 24, 2011
Documents Raise Questions about Kagan’s Role in Obamacare Defense

If Obamacare reaches the U.S. Supreme Court, which it surely will, one key question may determine whether or not the president’s socialist healthcare takeover will remain the law of the land: Will Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan recuse herself from the case? Kagan has said she was not involved in Department of Justice (DOJ) preparations […]

Southern California ‘birthers’ attempt to keep issue alive

May 3, 2011
Southern California ‘birthers’ attempt to keep issue alive

By Carol J. Williams Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Just when it seemed the controversy over President Barack Obama’s birthplace had been laid to rest, a group of Southern California “birthers” had a rare day in federal court Monday to make their case that the president isn’t a natural-born American and should be removed […]

9th Circuit hears arguments in Obama birth lawsuit

May 3, 2011
9th Circuit hears arguments in Obama birth lawsuit

BY Greg Risling Associated Press PASADENA, Calif. — Lawyers for the so-called “birther” movement argued their case over President Barack Obama’s U.S. citizenship before a federal appeals court Monday in Southern California, claiming the full birth certificate he released last week had been doctored. Obama’s production of the vital record was aimed at quashing any […]

Stealing cyberspace

May 2, 2011

by Jon Christian Ryter Emboldened by what the media purported to be a “people’s revolution” that toppled the regime of Tunisian strongman Ben Ali over, the media reported, rising unemployment and Ben Ali’s corruption, the “freedom movement” instigated by the Muslim Brotherhood leapfrogged Libya and brought its Islamic brand of political unrest to Egypt. […]

USJF launches campaign against FCC control of Internet

March 14, 2011

On Dec. 17, 2010 the United States Justice Foundation launched an aggressive campaign to alert the American people of an attempt by the Federal Communications Commission through the Department of Homeland Security, based on an Executive Order issued by President Barack Obama, to assume control of the Internet.

Proposed use of instant DNA testing by Homeland Security.

March 4, 2011

By Michael Connelly The use of portable DNA testing devices by the Department of Homeland Security raises several issues with Constitutional implications.

Wiley Drake appealing ‘birther’ case to state Supreme Court

December 7, 2010

By Bob Allen SACRAMENTO, Calif. (ABP) — An attorney asked the California Supreme Court Dec. 3 to hear arguments that the state officials should have been required to verify that Barack Obama was eligible to serve as president of the United States before putting his name on California’s ballot in the 2008 presidential election.

Eligibility attorney asks to join case before Supremes

November 4, 2010

By Bob Unruh © 2010 WorldNetDaily A prominent lawyer who has argued several legal challenges to Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president, including cases pending at the appeals level in both state and federal courts in California, is asking to join in a case already pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

USJF files an appeal on a judgement in Obama case

October 27, 2010

Read the file here: appeals. Then read USJF’s reply here.

Judges: Court could review eligibility after Congress

October 27, 2010

State ruling suggests intervention, if any, after ‘processes have run their course’ By Bob Unruh © 2010 WorldNetDaily Three judges on the Court of Appeal in California’s 3rd District appear to be saying that a judicial review of a president’s eligibility is a possibility – after the Electoral College and congressional procedures run their courses. They also […]

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