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U.S. Supreme Court puts Obama birth case on docket

May 13, 2011
U.S. Supreme Court puts Obama birth case on docket

By Bob Unruh © 2011 WorldNetDaily The U.S. Supreme Court has docketed another case brought over Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president, perhaps revealing that the “proof positive” that the White House released to shut down all such disputes hasn’t been entirely successful.

Video: USJF argues before the court in Drake v. Obama

May 12, 2011
Video: USJF argues before the court in Drake v. Obama

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments in Drake v. Obama, a case questioning whether President Barack Obama was born in the United States and is eligible to serve as president.

USJF appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

May 10, 2011
USJF appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

The case is Keyes v. Bowen.

Supremes asked to affirm removal of ineligible candidates

May 4, 2011
Supremes asked to affirm removal of ineligible candidates

Attorney’s brief argues high court already has allowed process By Bob Unruh -2011 WorldNetDaily An attorney fighting in the courts for a determination of Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for review, citing as support a case the Supremes let stand that established a precedent for state election officials […]

Ninth Circuit Judges Question Standing in Latest “Birther” Appeal

May 3, 2011
Ninth Circuit Judges Question Standing in Latest “Birther” Appeal

Release of Birth Certificate a ‘Psychological Krystallnacht,’ Taitz Tells Court By Kenneth Ofgang Staff Writer Metropolitan News-Enterprise (Los Angeles) Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges yesterday questioned whether a minor party candidate on the 2008 presidential election ballot has standing to seek a legal declaration that Barack Obama has no legal claim to the […]

Lawyers Question Authenticity Of Obama’s Birth Certificate

May 3, 2011

PASADENA (CBS) -Despite the long-form birth certificate released by President Barack Obama last week, lawyers Gary Kreep and Orly Taitz will appear before a three-judge federal Appeals Court panel in Pasadena Monday to argue that he cannot be president of the United States. Kreep has said he and Taitz are unfazed by the president’s release […]

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 […]

Two San Diego County Attorneys Continue Court Battle Challenging President Obama’s Citizenship

May 3, 2011
Two San Diego County Attorneys Continue Court Battle Challenging President Obama’s Citizenship

San Diego 6 SAN DIEGO – A Ramona attorney and another lawyer who remain unconvinced that President Barack Obama was born in the United States asked a federal appeals court panel Monday to reinstate their lawsuit challenging the president’s citizenship. U.S. District Judge David O. Carter in Santa Ana dismissed their case in 2009, ruling […]

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 […]

Ramona lawyer appears before appellate court

May 3, 2011

BY CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO UNION-TRIBUNE Southern California lawyers skeptical about the birthplace of President Barack Obama argued their position before a panel of federal judges Monday, urging the court to reinstate their lawsuit challenging the commander in chief’s citizenship.

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