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Daily Archives: June 8th, 2009

Selective Service Update: Another FOIA Request

As a follow-up to my recent Selective Service update posting, I received the following information from a concerned citizen by the name of William along with further analysis from a Plaintiff in some of the eligibility lawsuits. This link pulls up a snapshot of the FOIA letter that William received on April 1, 2009. He […]

Obama’s COLB: State May Not Recognize, Long Form No Longer Produced

Via TheObamaFile.com, the Hawaiian Department of Home Lands currently has more stringent guidelines for being eligible for certain State programs than many in the opposition require for being President: There are two categories of documents used in determining eligibility: primary and secondary. Primary Documents The primary documents used to show you are of age and […]

Thomas Paine: The Bicentennial Revolutionary

The following posting from TenthAmendmentCenter.com is so poignant to today’s federalist struggles that it warrants being re-posted in its entirety. As you read it through, keep in mind the absolute importance of the 9th and 10th Amendments to the American Constitution, in that rights are conferred by the Creator upon the individual and not the […]

Kerchner v. Obama: Court is “working on it”

Mario Apuzzo, attorney for Plaintiffs in Kerchner v. Obama, had filed a Declaration Opposing Defendants’ Motion to Extend Time to Answer or Otherwise Move as to the Amended Complaint Returnable June 1, 2009 (a brief background can be found here). He posted an update concerning the status of this case today: There are many who want an […]