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Daily Archives: December 1st, 2008

Domestic Troop Deployment by 2011?

I had originally reported here on Obama’s Civilian National Security Force and Rahm Emanuel on plans for compulsory civil defense service. But now the Pentagon is reporting that they want to begin the process of deploying 20,000 troops “to help state and local officials respond to terror or nuclear attacks and emergencies.” Naturally, there may […]

Democratic Party Qualification Research Continues

Based on what had originally been covered here, blogger yourfellowcitizen.com is reporting that my great State of Georgia may have some eligibility statutes that political parties are legally required (as long as there is some enforcement, of course) to fulfill: GEORGIA CODE Copyright 2008 by The State of Georgia All rights reserved. *** Current through […]

Press Coverage: AOL.com Reports on WTPF.org Ad, Essek’s KY Case, Berg v. Obama, Donofrio v. Wells

Here’s the link. They cover the We The People Foundation Chicago Tribune ad, Daniel Essek’s Kentucky case, Berg v. Obama, and Donofrio v. Wells. -Phil

Keyes v. Bowen: Dr. Orly Taitz Gives Tenative Court Date

Per americamustknow.com, Dr. Orly Taitz, DDS, one of the attorneys involved in Keyes v. Bowen, has apparently mentioned that they have a tentative court date scheduled for December 11, 2008. More info will be posted as it becomes available. -Phil

Gov. Sarah Palin Visits Georgia for Saxby

Former Republican Vice Presidential candidate and Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin visited Georgia today to campaign for Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) who’s in an historic run-off election against Democrat State Senator Jim Martin. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports from both perspectives today, and ABC News produced a reasonable write-up — replete with a few minute video from […]

Donofrio v. Wells, Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz: Major Updates on Conference, Cort’s Renewed Application

Leo Donofrio, Plaintiff in Donofrio v. Wells, has been able to confirm that his case was referred to the full Court by Associate Justice Clarence Thomas. This means that, per the docket, all 9 Justices have agreed to hold a Conference this Friday, December 5 to consider granting Certiorari. If this is granted, then the “Rule […]

Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz: Renewed Stay Application to Justice Scalia

Leo Donofrio, Plaintiff in Donofrio v. Wells, reports today that Cort Wrotnowski’s renewed Stay Application of Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz has been officially tendered to the Supreme Court Saturday, November 29, 2008. Leo and Cort are now awaiting the docket to be formally updated (we know how that goes!). Update: Leo said, “We are also hoping to see my supplemental […]

Leo Donofrio Comments on Judah Benjamin Article

Texasdarlin featured a commentary by Judah Benjamin on November 28 concerning Leo’s case, Donofrio v. Wells, as well as the “natural born citizen” issue. The following is Leo’s commentary on the posting…

Leo Donofrio’s Web Site has Moved

It is now located at naturalborncitizen.wordpress.com, primarily due to a spam alert on his previous blog. -Phil

Kentucky Truck Driver Filing Suit in London District Court

Daniel John Essek, a truck driver from the great State of Kentucky, filed a request for permission to file a court case without having to pay a fee (see the Lexington Herald-Leader for the story; also at americamustknow.com). Case 6:2008cv00379. Mr. Essek was also in the running for the Senate against Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, per […]