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When the people fear their government, there is tyranny.
When the government fears the people, there is liberty.

-- Thomas Jefferson

During times of universal deceit, telling the truth
becomes a revolutionary act.
 -- George Orwell

First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they
fight you, then you win.
 -- Mahatma Gandhi



Kerry said Netanyahu could not be trusted because he supported the Iraq War.Kerry is outright lying: Netanyahu was not the Prime minister when Iraq war was debated and approved by Congress, Kerry was the one who supported Iraq war, voted for it and stood by his vote years later

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John Kerry: Netanyahu Is Wrong On Iran Because He Supported Iraq War …(Kerry Voted for Iraq War)

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Clinton Foundation violated ethics agreement...

Foreign govts gave millions while Hillary was at State Dept...


IRS Lois Lerner Received $129,000 in Bonuses...

While targeting conservatives...

CBS News 3 arrested in New York City for allegedly conspiring to support ISIS

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3 arrested in New York City for allegedly conspiring to support ISIS

Activists: Number of Christians abducted by IS rises to 220

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Activists: Number of Christians abducted by IS rises to 220

UK identified Jihadi John, murderer, who beheaded a number of Western journalists, as Mohammed Emwazi. Time to try him in absentia and death penalty to be reached and carried out

Posted on | February 26, 2015 | 1 Comment

Jihadi John identified: What we know about Mohammed Emwazi

Bon Appétit!… Boko Haram Turns to Cannibalism to Feed Fighters

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Bon Appétit!… Boko Haram Turns to Cannibalism to Feed Fighters

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Border Crisis – Endtime Ministries

www.endtime.com/endtime-magazine-articles/border-crisis/

5 hours ago – California attorney Orly Taitz maintains that the transport of unscreened immigrants to other states spreads scabies, tuberculosis, measles, whooping cough, .

More attacks from Obama camp

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  • Orly Taitz | My Green Misadventure

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    8 hours ago – Posts about Orly Taitz written by jbovinet. … That is Orly Taitz’s or Donald Trump’s or Joe Arpaio’s job. The governor got caught in what he will claim is a “gotcha” …

Iranian Regime Defiant, Menacing as Obama Fights For Nuke Agreement With Them

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Iranian Regime Defiant, Menacing as Obama Fights For Nuke Agreement With Them

LA Times goes birther

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  • LA Times Goes Birther: Article II Presidential Eligibility Not …

    www.birtherreport.com/2015/02/la-times-goes-birther-article-ii.html

    19 hours ago – “Clearly there is an issue of eligibility,” chief birther Orly Taitz told U.S. News a while ago. “It’s basically the same issue as Obama.” Except that in Cruz’s case, …

  • Question Ted Cruz should ask: Can a foreign-born American

    www.latimes.com/…/la-oe-mcmanus-ted-cruz-201502…

    Los Angeles Times

    4 hours ago – “Clearly there is an issue of eligibility,” chief birther Orly Taitz told U.S. News a while ago. “It’s basically the same issue as Obama.” Except that in Cruz’s case, …

    Orly TAITZ – Wins Judgement in Georgia court of Judge Mahili

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    20 hours ago – This is a clear victory for Truth, whatever it is, and for Orly Taitz, who has been questioning and filing since BEFORE Mr. Barry [Soetero] Obama was sworn into ..

 

Press release: Obama media launches an attack on Attorney Orly Taitz because Obama does not like the ruling by Judge Hanen in her case

Posted on | February 25, 2015 | 17 Comments

It’s unanimous: right-wing conservatives who have a beef with President Obama on immigration choose to file their lawsuits with federal judge Andrew Hanen in Texas. That’s not just the case with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott—who led the charge on the 26-state challenge to President Obama’s 2014 immigration actions—it’s also true for none other than the birther queen herself, Orly Taitz, who last year sought to stop the federal government from bussing immigrant minors from Texas to temporary detention centers outside the state.Although her case against the Department of Homeland Security, Taitz v. Johnson, is entirely separate from Abbott’s lawsuit, Texas v. U.S., it’s no accident that they both ended up in the same court. Taitz chose to steer her case toward Texas-based federal judge Andrew Hanen rather than, for instance, filing in a federal court based in California, where she lives. While no one has ever definitely proven that Abbott & Co. “shopped around” for a friendly judge to hear their case—which would be at the very least unethical—Taitz clearly did have her eye on Hanen from the start, and with good reason.

Taitz needed to find a sympathetic judge because, as one might expect, her lawsuit was a piece of work. In her initial complaint, filed July 14, 2014, Taitz accuses the federal government of “trafficking illegal aliens” and seeks either “an emergency immediate turnaround and deportation” of the children or a two-month quarantine of them in a FEMA facility. At the time, the government was trying to find a humane and legal way of absorbing the influx of thousands of refugee children from Central America.

After Judge Hanen ordered the U.S. government to explain why he shouldn’t grant Taitz’s request, she was ecstatic. In a letter to the executive assistant of anti-immigrant Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California, Taitz wrote, “We now have a real opportunity to stop this ongoing trafficking of illegal aliens, which is currently being carried [out] by the Federal government.”

“Judge Hanen is a judge,” she explained, “who previously excoriated the US government for acting as human smugglers.”

The letter, which she posted to her website, was first reported by OC Weekly last August.For more on why Taitz was so enthused about Judge Hanen, continue below the fold.

The case Taitz refers to is one involving a woman who pleaded guilty to trying to smuggle a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador into the U.S. to live with her undocumented mother. The woman was arrested but government officials chose to reunite the girl with her mother in the U.S. instead of deporting the pair, per a settlement agreement, Flores v. Reno.

In the case, which was about the woman who assisted the girl, Hanen went out of his way to comment on the government’s handling of the mother.

“There is nothing in this settlement,” Hanen complains, “that prohibits the [federal government] from arresting” the mother. Or, barring that, “from at least initiating deportation proceedings.”Hanen concludes that by failing to arrest or deport, the government has essentially collaborated in a “criminal conspiracy.”

It’s little wonder Taitz filed with Hanen. Her original motion is full of all sorts of problematic claims, much like this one in the “Statement of Facts” section:

Six months ago [President] Obama and [Sec. Jeh] Johnson created an elaborate plan to effectuate de facto smuggling and trafficking of hundreds of thousands of illegals and hired transportation carriers, medical services, education services, escorts and even nannies to spread all over his nation hundreds of thousands of illegals and dump them on the unsuspecting population.

Hanen must have found those arguments pretty persuasive because on August 1—less than three weeks from her original filing—he ordered the Department of Homeland Security to give a reason, or “show cause,” for why he shouldn’t grant Taitz’s request for an emergency stay. Later that month, Hanen also granted her motion to subpoena four border patrol agents to appear before him on August 27, 2014. The case is still ongoing.But all this quick treatment of birther Orly Taitz’s lawsuit stands in stark contrast to Hanen’s treatment of the Obama administration request, filed Monday, that Hanen lift his hold on President Obama’s 2014 immigration actions. Here’s Josh Gerstein with those details.

The federal judge in Texas who blocked President Barack Obama’s latest executive actions on immigration signaled Tuesday that he isn’t inclined to rush a decision on the Obama Administration’s request to lift the injunction he imposed last week.U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen’s order saying he’ll give the states suing the federal government another week to respond means the issue of a possible stay in the case will likely be taken up by a federal appeals court before he rules one way or another.

In its stay application, the Justice Department said that if Hanen did not act by the end of Wednesday, the feds would petition the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.Moral of the story: If you want to make some outrageous anti-immigrant claim in court and be taken seriously, do what Orly Taitz did and file with Judge Andrew Hanen in Brownsville, Texas.

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3 Brooklyn men charged with supporting Islamic State

Obama Security Advisor Susan Rice: Netanyahu Visit Is “Destructive” to US-Israel Relationship. taitz to Rice: No, Susan your lying about Benghazi, that was destructive to US, to Israel and to many other countries

Posted on | February 25, 2015 | 2 Comments

Obama Security Advisor Susan Rice: Netanyahu Visit Is “Destructive” to US-Israel Relationship (VIDEO)

LA Times now quotes me in questioning the eligibility of Ted Cruz, yet they refuse to address Obama’s use of fabricated IDs and a stolen CT Social Security number 042-68-4425. Shame on dishonest LA Times and the rest of our corrupt puppet media

Posted on | February 25, 2015 | 3 Comments

LA Times now quotes me in questioning the eligibility of Ted Cruz, yet they refuse to address Obama’s use of fabricated IDs and a stolen CT Social Security number 042-68-4425. Shame on dishonest LA Times and the rest of our corrupt puppet media. See below the file showing Obama’s use of fabricated IDs. Please, write to LA Times, post comments in the article below and demand they report the truth on Obama’s lack of eligibility and his use of a stolen CT SSN and his use of fabricated IDs.

Table of evidence of forgery, fraud and fabrication in Obama’s IDs

Question Ted Cruz should ask: Can a foreign-born American be president?

Los Angeles Times  – ‎14 hours ago‎

Column Question Ted Cruz should ask: Can a foreign-born American be president?
Commentary Canada Elections Ted Cruz Politics and Government Barack Obama
Question Ted Cruz should ask: Can a foreign-born American be president?
Doyle McManus
LOS ANGELES TIMES
doyle.mcmanus​@latimes.com

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Ted Cruz
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Susan Walsh / Associated Press)

Birther II: Ted Cruz really was born in a foreign country
Canadian Americans are perhaps our most underappreciated minority
Sen. Ted Cruz is getting close to announcing his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. The Texan is spending almost as much time in Iowa and New Hampshire as he does on Fox News; he’s hired a staff and collected a long list of fiercely conservative supporters.

There’s at least one hitch: Ted Cruz was born in Calgary, in the Canadian province of Alberta. His mother was a U.S. citizen, born in Delaware; his father, a Cuban refugee working in Canada’s oil fields. Thanks to his mother, Cruz was a U.S. citizen at birth.

But that doesn’t clear up a legal muddle that’s as old as the Constitution: Is a U.S. citizen born abroad qualified to serve as president?

Is a U.S. citizen born abroad qualified to serve as president?

I don’t agree with Cruz on most issues. He wants to repeal Obamacare, abolish the Internal Revenue Service and pass a constitutional amendment allowing states to outlaw gay marriage, just to take the top of his list. But I still hope he runs — because it’s high time we established the right of Canadian-born Americans to serve as president.

Canadian Americans are perhaps our most underappreciated minority. Their contributions to U.S. culture range from hockey to comedy to, well, hockey. It’s an impressive list: Wayne Gretzky, William Shatner, Lorne Michaels, Jim Carrey, Pamela Anderson, Alex Trebek. And now Ted Cruz.

At this point I should confess a personal stake: My oldest daughter was born in Toronto. Like Ted Cruz, she inherited U.S. citizenship through one of her parents. But we assured her that she could grow up to be president of the United States. (Proud of her dual citizenship, she says she’d like to serve as prime minister of Canada too.)

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Canada is a wonderful country — wilderness on top, oil and gas underneath, plus universal healthcare and sensible gun control laws. All those good things, alas, are not an argument for a Cruz presidency. He has promised not to import any Canadian virtues to the U.S. homeland (except, perhaps, more Alberta oil) if he is elected to the White House.

“Canadians are so polite, mild-mannered, modest, unassuming, open-minded,” Cruz joked last year. “Thank God my family fled that oppressive influence before it could change me.”

Cruz hasn’t simply renounced Canadian moderation; last year, he formally renounced the Canadian half of his dual citizenship.

Why couldn’t Scott Walker agree that President Obama is a Christian?
Why couldn’t Scott Walker agree that President Obama is a Christian?
But even that doesn’t settle the constitutional issue — at least not to the satisfaction of some of the “birthers” who charged that President Obama was born outside the United States. “Clearly there is an issue of eligibility,” chief birther Orly Taitz told U.S. News a while ago. “It’s basically the same issue as Obama.”

Except that in Cruz’s case, he really was born in a foreign country.

Surprisingly, some legal scholars agree — not that Cruz is unqualified, but that the question isn’t a slam-dunk. The Constitution says only a “natural born citizen” can serve as president, but it isn’t clear whether the Founding Fathers intended that to include U.S. citizens born abroad.

“The consensus [among constitutional lawyers] is that it means citizens at birth,” said Gabriel Chin, a professor at UC Davis. “But people are not 1000% confident.”

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@twhite007 While I don’t support ANY Muslim anything, you DO understand that there is nothing illegal, immoral, or UN-American about that don’t you? You also must know that Obama is clearly a CHRISTIAN! As a Muslim, we would see him PRAYING TO ALLAH 5 times per day, EVERY SINGLE…
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“In my view, it does merit a test,” agreed Sarah Helene Duggin, a professor at the Catholic University of America. Indeed, she argued, if Cruz were to win the Republican nomination, it would be in the nation’s interest to get the question settled early.

“If we ever get to the point where we have a presidential candidate with this issue, we will need a clarification,” she said. “If the candidate were elected and then disqualified, that would be a serious constitutional crisis.”

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) faced a similar issue in 2008 but argued that his birthplace, the Panama Canal Zone, was U.S. territory at the time he was born; the U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan resolution endorsing his eligibility.

Hillary Clinton’s identity crisis
Hillary Clinton’s identity crisis
It won’t be easy to get a once and for all decision. Somebody has to get the question into the courts through a lawsuit. But as the birthers discovered in 2008, most judges don’t think voters have legal standing to sue over a candidate’s qualifications. (To have standing, a plaintiff has to show that he or she is suffering concrete injury from a defendant’s conduct.)

One of Cruz’s competitors in the race could sue, but that might not play well as a campaign issue. That leaves the matter in Cruz’s hands. As an “originalist” who believes in the literal meaning of the Constitution, he ought to be the first to want that murky phrase in Article II cleared up.

“The Constitution matters — all of the Constitution,” Cruz said in 2013. “It’s not pick and choose. It’s not take what part you like and get rid of the parts you don’t like.”
If Cruz runs, he should ask a friendly state official to challenge his candidacy. Most legal scholars think he’d win, or at least not lose. (The courts might leave it to the voters to decide.) Win or lose, he would have the satisfaction of making constitutional history. Besides, my daughter wants to know if she can start thinking about 2024. http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-mcmanus-ted-cruz-20150225-column.html

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