Monthly Archives: December 2008

Banned: Sleeper Troll

Yes, friends, I am a “sleeper troll” according to who has banned me from replying to articles there. A troll is some posts a message for the purpose of starting an argument that is irrelevant, but long and persistent. … Continue reading

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Am I a Citizen?

Reading some of the discussion of the fourteenth amendment and juristiction on the Internet, it makes me wonder. I was born in the United States, as was my father and his father before him, but my great grandfather was not. … Continue reading

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Natural born Citizen

With this odd fellow we elected President has come discussion about the Constitutional requirements for being President, and in particular that pesky little phrase “natural born citizen.” There are some very long (and some long-winded) discussions about that this means. … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s article at Media Matters said: Media pick up where they left off 8 years ago To anyone who lived through the media feeding frenzy of the 1990s, during which the nation’s leading news organizations spent the better part of … Continue reading

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Berg’s Ingenuous Offer

According to WorldNetDaily, “[Attorney Philip J.] Berg has since challenged Obama publicly that if the candidate will simply produce authorized proof of citizenship, he’ll drop the suit.” Having no success in the courts, and getting no publicity in the mainstream … Continue reading

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The Assassination of Chester A. Arthur

Obama Citizenship Denial folks say Barack Obama can’t be president because his father was a British citizen, not an American citizen. That particular presidential requirement was a new one on me! I speculated that surely there could be among all … Continue reading

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United States v. Blog

I have been fascinated for a long time with the fact that there are groups of people who firmly believe one thing and other groups that firmly believe the opposite thing. I’m not talking about religion or philosophy, but rather … Continue reading

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