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Daily Archives: February 9th, 2009

Oklahoma Citizenship Bill Passes Committee

Back in December of 2008, I had originally reported where Oklahoma State Rep. Mike Ritze (R-Broken Arrow) had introduced a bill whereby anyone who ran for elected office would have to show proof of US citizenship. Here’s the latest from A number of bills already have begun the long process of becoming law since […]

Various Other Cases Against Obama is reporting this evening on various cases currently pending above the appellate level and not including State or local cases (I’m listing the ones that I haven’t already documented here): U.S. Civil Cases for “Obama” (08/01/2008 – 02/09/2009) Line No.    |    Name    |    Court    |    Case No.    |    Filed    |    NOS    |    Closed     |    Other (Title) 3  |  OBAMA FOR AMERICA,INC.  |  flsdce  |  1:2008cv23076  |  11/18/2008  |  442  |  Open  |   Charman v. State of Florida et al  11  |  OBAMA, B.H.  |  hidce  |  1:2009cv00048  |  02/03/2009  |  440  |  Open  |   Roy vs. […]

Rep. Gohmert Believes “Whole Truth will Eventually be Public” on Presidential Eligibility

A concerned citizen from Texas received the following response from former federal district judge-turned-Congressional Rep. Louie Gohmert (R) regarding the presidential eligibility issue: Thank you for contacting me in regards to President-Elect Obama’s eligibility to hold the office of President. I appreciate having the benefit of your views on this issue. Dozens of lawsuits challenging […]

Making it Easier to Petition the Government

At this time, according to the Massachusetts Bar Association, only Massachusetts employs the “right of free petition” (something one concerned citizen is currently using there to push the 10th Amendment issue). However, from The Oklahoman’s Editorial page, Oklahoma State Senator Randy Brogdon (R-Owasso) is looking to make it easier for his State’s citizens to petition […]

GA, NC to President: “No Gitmo Detainees in our States!” reported yesterday evening that Reps. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) and Sue Myrick (R-NC) have introduced bills that would prevent transporting or incarcerating Guantanamo Bay detainees through the States of Georgia or North Carolina, respectively: In the wake of the executive order mandating the closure of the detainee facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and transfer of […]