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Courts can remove ineligible chief executive

February 2, 2010

Precedent cited in appeal of California challenge to president’s tenure By Bob Unruh © 2010 WorldNetDaily North Dakota Gov. Thomas Moodie, removed from office when the state Supreme Court found him ineligible In the United States, courts can, in fact, remove a chief executive officer of a government if that officer is found to be […]

Conservative conference to begin Friday in Newport Beach

October 19, 2009

By WIRE SERVICES NEWPORT BEACH — Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, an expected 2012 Republican presidential candidate, and California Republican gubernatorial candidates Steve Poizner and Meg Whitman are among the scheduled speakers at the two-day Western Conservative Political Action Conference which begins Friday in Newport Beach.

Judge delays ruling on dismissal of Wiley Drake’s ‘birther’ case

October 8, 2009

By Bob Allen SANTA ANA, Calif. (Associated Baptist Press) — A federal judge heard arguments for three hours Oct. 5 about whether or not he should dismiss a lawsuit questioning Barack Obama’s birthplace and the legitimacy of his presidency. In the end, U.S. District Court Judge David Carter decided not to rule immediately, saying he […]

USJF’s Gary Kreep on Rule of Law radio show

October 7, 2009

Special guest attorney Gary Kreep discusses his pro-bono case concerning the eligibility or the lack thereof of Obama to be president.

‘Birther’ Infomercial Hits the Airwaves

September 26, 2009

CBS Political Hot Sheet The suspicion that President Obama was born outside of the United States has been written off as a conspiracy theory, but that hasn’t stopped the so-called “birther” movement from keeping their theories alive.

Birthermercial Asks, Where Was Obama Really Born?

September 26, 2009

Justin Elliott Talking Points Memo A new birther infomercial running on a CBS affiliate in Texas and elsewhere around the country tells viewers a “got a birth certificate?” bumper sticker can be theirs for the low price of $30.

Birthers win a victory in court on Obama birth certificate issue

September 25, 2009

Miami Examiner California judge David Carter scheduled a tentative trial date for the case that is before the court, a case challenging Barack Obama’s qualifications to be president. The trial date has been set for January 26, 2010.

Anti-Obama ‘Eligibility’ Movement Members Breaking Ties With Laguna Niguel Birther Orly Taitz

September 25, 2009

By Spencer Kornhaber Orange County News In a Santa Ana federal courtroom on Sept. 8, Dr. Orly Taitz had a clear message for Judge David O. Carter: Lucas Smith, a witness whom she had brought from the Dominican Republic that morning, had to testify that day — before it was too late.

Judge stalls access to Obama birth data

September 21, 2009

Says he’ll adjust trial date if plaintiffs need time for researching prez records By Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily A judge has told lawyers whose clients are challenging Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president they cannot start digging into the president’s historical records right now, and he’ll adjust a scheduled Jan. 26, 2010, trial date […]

Gary Kreep interviewed by blogger Arlen Williams

September 17, 2009

Last night’s interview of eligibility attorney, Gary Kreep, by MommaE is available on Monks Media. Gary Kreep is representing Wiley Drake and Markham Robinson, in Barnett, et. al. v. Obama, while other plaintiffs are represented by Orly Taitz. Drake and Robinson released the services of Taitz, due to their concerns about her competence and her […]

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