Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Georgia judge forces Obama to trial over eligibility; Georgia election code described; Obama's visa application policy lacking; Border inspection weaknesses exposed; Occupy classes offered at Columbia University; We might release Taliban officials from Gitmo; Obama's radical appointees

Dr. Orly Taitz, attorney and founder of Defend our Freedoms Foundation, has been bringing suits against states which would force the states to prove Barack Obama's eligibility to be President prior to putting him on their ballot.  This is her first victory......

Thank you god!!! I am ready to cry! After 3 years of battle for the first time a judge ruled that Obama’s motion to dismiss is denied. I can now depose Obama and everybody else envolved without any impediment. - Dr. Orly Taitz

Farrar Motion to dismiss by Obama is denied
I still can’t believe this. The order is in the link above. Judge Malihi, Deputy Chief judge of the Administrative court in GA, ruled, that Obama’s motion to dismiss is denied. He will have to stand trial and prove his eligibility for office.
This is particularly sweet, as it is happening in GA, where judge Clay D. Land maligned me so badly and attacked me with $20,000 of sanctions  in order to silence me, to stop me from challenging Obama. Judge Land was sending a message to other attorneys and intimidating them, de facto telling them, “you dare to go after Obama, raise the issue of his forged birth certificate and invalid Social Secrity number, establishment will attack you and sanction you, just like attorney Taitz”
Examiner writes: Georgia Election Code states: “Every candidate for federal and state office … shall meet the constitutional and statutory qualifications for holding the office being sought.”
Despite the clear language of the code, Obama claimed, in his motion to dismiss, the law doesn’t apply to presidential primaries.
Irion called that argument “absurd” and stated, “If the state of Georgia intended presidential primaries to not be considered elections it would not codify the administration of such primaries within Title 21 of Georgia’s codes, entitled ‘Election Code.’”
Irion noted the relevant portion of statute states, “The secretary of state … may challenge the qualifications of any candidate prior to the presidential primary.”
He said, “Since no one has been elected to the office of President of the United States for the term of office beginning in January 2013, today is still ‘any time prior to the election of such candidate.’”
Further, Irion stated, “Contrary to the defendant’s statement, a minority of Americans have an absolute right to be protected from a non-natural-born-citizen being elected President.”
Continue reading on Obama eligibility challenges to move forward in Georgia - Phoenix Crime |
Washington Examiner writes: House investigators will hold a hearing this week on President Obama's immigrant visa application policy following an inspector general report that immigration enforcement bureaucrats pressure officers to approve potentially fraudulent immigrant visa applications.
"It’s outrageous that administration officials would compromise national security for their own political agenda and gain," said House Judiciary Committee chairman Lamar Smith, R-Texas. "The Immigration Subcommittee plans to hold a hearing in February on visa fraud and will investigate these alleged abuses by the administration," he added.
Smith was responding to "a recent Inspector General report that Obama administration officials at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services [USCIS] have pressured officers to rush questionable immigrant visa applications," saying that such a policy "undermines the integrity of our immigration system and threatens national security."
The Government Accountability Office examined the results of covert tests conducted over the last  year and -- despite the boasting of President Barack Obama and his national security team -- found significant weaknesses in the CBP [U.S. Customs and Border Inspections] inspection process at the ports of entry that were tested.
Personal Liberty writes: A new class being offered for credit at New York’s Columbia University will allow young people to join the ranks of OWS protesters not as unemployed, disgruntled activists, but as anthropology students.
Upperclassman and graduate students at the Ivy League school where the average yearly cost of attendance is around $60,000 — well over the annual income of Americans considered poor — will take to the streets under the direction of Dr. Hannah Appel to learn about economic inequality. The class is dubbed “Occupy the Field: Global Finance, Inequality, Social Movement.” Instruction will be split between spending time with the 99 percent and lectures at the college’s campus.
The US has agreed in principle to release high-ranking Taliban officials from Guantánamo Bay in return for the Afghan insurgents' agreement to open a political office for peace negotiations in Qatar, the Guardian has learned.
Transnationalism and Postconstitutionalism - [a list of Obama's radical appointments]
Transnationalism is, in part, the theory/doctrine that the U.S. should subordinate its sovereignty to the U.N. in the interest of world comity.  Policies which weaken national sovereignty such as open borders, rights of illegals, and the promotion of challenges to dominant religious and cultural institutions are consonant with transnationalist objectives.
Postconstitutionalsim (or, more commonly, non-originalism) is the theory/doctrine that the Constitution should be a "living" document adaptable to modern realities.  Indeed, the Constitution should not be locked into the 18th-century mindset of the original framers.
The two doctrines dovetail nicely, and many of Obama's most influential appointees openly advocate the agenda of the twin sisters.  They include:
Harold Koh - Chief Counsel, State Department
Koh believes that America should defer to the International Court of Justice to determine legal precedents.
Todd Stern - Climate Czar
Stern thinks that international agencies, such as the United Nations, should take the lead on forcing climate change solutions down the throats of national governments
ohn Holdren - Science Czar
Holdren wants the government to dictate family size and advocate a "planetary regime" run by the United Nations
Eric Holder - Attorney General
Can there be a better example of undermining national sovereignty than Holder (who is also a member of the ACS) joining with a foreign country (Mexico) to sue Arizona over its immigration laws?  
Samantha Power - National Security Council
Ed Lasky, news editor for American Thinker, writes in his article The Power of Samantha Power that "the Soros-linked Samantha Power continues to work with Barack Obama to weaken the concept of American sovereignty and empower the international community at the expense of American independence.
Preeta Bansal - General Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Management & Budget
Bansal is a leader of the American Constitutional Society.  Like the ACS, Bansal is a strong supporter of illegal alien rights, terrorist rights, and other rights not enshrined in the Constitution. 
Cecilia Munoz - Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Executive Office of the President
Munoz is an open-borders advocate who served recently as the vice president for the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), where she supervised all legislative activities.  La Raza is the nation's foremost supporter of "rights" for illegal aliens and the granting of amnesty to the millions of illegals here in America.  
Cass Sunstein - Regulatory Czar
Sunstein openly advocates behavioral modification by "nudging" people into the proper mindset for the 21st century. 
Mark Lloyd - FCC Chief Diversity Officer
Lloyd's view of the 1st Amendment is...well, refreshingly novel:
It should be clear by now that my focus here is not freedom of speech or the press. This freedom is all too often an exaggeration.


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