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Daily Archives: March 16th, 2009

Monday’s Headlines

Eligibility    3 cheers for Orly Taitz Urgent Plea from Dr. Orly Taitz regarding Obama’s Illegal Activities SITREP Obama Eligibility, March 15, 2009: How To Get Rid Of Him Obama: the only US president to be sued (part I) Where Is The Proof Obama Was Born In Hawaii? Tea Party Update Fed-up Americans mobilize: More […]

Leo Donofrio: SCOTUS has No Original Jurisdiction to Issue a Writ of Quo Warranto

Here’s Leo Donofrio’s latest posting: Before I address the legal facts of this headline, I want to address all of the other Presidential eligibility cases that went before SCOTUS  including my own.  It’s true that – technically – Donofrio v. Wells could still be pending if I chose to submit a full petition for writ of certiorari.  Many have […]

NH State Rep Consents to be Plaintiff in Upcoming Lawsuit

Dr. Orly Taitz is reporting that New Hampshire State Representative Larry Rappaport has agreed to be one of more than 100 Plaintiffs in an upcoming lawsuit designed to order the President to unseal his vital documentation: 10th State Representative, NH State Representative Larry Rappaport joined our action. Not only that, but he is bringing the PostMaster-high ranked […]

FairTax on House Floor Tomorrow During Special Orders

Update:  We have just received word that the FairTax Special Order scheduled for today will be earlier than 6:00 p.m. EST, possibly as early as 4:00 or 4:15 EST this afternoon. Full previous email with all information on the FairTax Special Order (included updated time) is below including how to contact your Member of Congress, […]

Ankeny v. Daniels: Judge Dismisses Indiana Lawsuit

Per IndyStar.com, the case Ankeny v. Daniels has been dismissed by Judge David Dreyer in Indiana today: A Marion Superior Court judge today dismissed a lawsuit brought by two Indiana men seeking to invalidate Indiana’s election results based on President Barack Obama’s citizenship status. … Dreyer’s order today says the issue raised by the plaintiffs, Steve […]