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Orly’s popularity

Dr. Orly Taitz has published rankings from urlfan.com to show that her web site is in the top 6% of web sites on the Internet.  But what does it mean to be the 251,186th most popular web site on the Internet?

Here are some web sites that are more popular than Orly’s (listed in order of increasing popularity):

  • getbackyourwife.getbackex.org
  • creativitycat.com
  • rezvproplus.com
  • urlanonimo.com
  • mujtv.com
  • tinsology.net
  • blog.jaclynday.com
  • fastwaystoloseweight.net
  • conceptfeedback.com
  • compact-kitchen.de
  • dsicade.com
  • jonesgoodassbbqandfootmassage.com
  • lillebrorsan.se
  • pigbrother.at
  • zoeandzac.com
  • tommasogecchelin.wordpress.com
  • magicofmakingupcom.com
  • bluehostsucks.com
  • healthmanager.mayoclinic.com
  • businessoffashion.com
  • sb4af.wordpress.com
  • undercon.netizensmedia.com
  • joypad.fr
  • phonesgo.com
  • howtomoneymanagement.com
  • minion.mmoui.com
  • domini.it
  • learntoquilt.org
  • goodlittlecompany.com
  • jayepperson.blogspot.com
  • impartialweightlossreviews.com
  • masteradobeelements.com
  • kildarestreet.com
  • thebabynurserybedding.com
  • arnoldgillespie7.tripod.com
  • easy-diaper-cake-instructions.wetpaint.com
  • howtostartbeekeeping.pbwiki.com
  • beekeepingforbeginners.shoutpost.com
  • howtofightloneliness.tumblr.com
  • houston-bankruptcy-attorney.com
  • stopsoot.org
  • tingleandtwitch.com
  • skepticalhypochondriac.com
  • sikalosoft.com
  • rootstomp.com
  • tehawesome.tumblr.com
  • trans-ling.pl
  • buycheapdietpills.blogspot.com
  • [skip a couple hundred thousand]
  • obamacrimes.com
  • …and the NUMBER ONE web site, according to URLFAN is [drum roll]
    en.wikipedia.org

So what does all this mean? It seems like when you’re out of the top few web sites, that the numbers don’t mean all that much. Alexa.com, for example shows this web site far below Orly’s, but urlfan has us nearly tied. Alexa.com shows Orly and Berg quite close; the urlfan has Burg leaving Orly in the dust. I bet that if I stopped mentioning Orly and linking to her web site, that I would pass her!

What I do know is this web site served over 36,000 pages last week, and that’s pretty good.

whats-hot-weekly.com

Taitz v Kornhaber

Orly Taitz, DDS, Esq, OBE1 was none too pleased with yesterday’s article in the Orange County Weekly, according to a letter from her received at Obama Conspiracy Theories this afternoon. She said:

Yesterday [Orange County Weekly] ran a cover story relating to Barack Obama’s illegitimacy to Presidency. It was titled “Meet Orly Taitz, Queen Bee of the people obsessed with Barack Obama’s eligibility”

Her letter goes on to make certain specific criticisms about the article, for example:

you quoted me as saying that there will be a rebellion, that I support it whole heartedly – I never said that.

Followers of the Orly story will know that she has said various things along this line, including a quote cited in the OC Weekly article. The Internet has a long memory. Orly wrote on her blog last January 17:

I hope that the men in this country, particularly in our military will finally revolt against this travesty of Justice. If our government and our elected officials and our judiciary have failed us, then it is time for the new government, new elected officials and a new judiciary.

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Obama Occidental Blast!

President Soetoro?

President Soetoro?

This little gem (first circulated as an April Fools joke) is being recycled. Of course the case obliquely referenced here was dismissed, and the subpoena was quashed. This article represents what the “hope”  of the denialists looks like:

transcript indicates that Obama, under the name Barry Soetoro, received financial aid as a foreign student from Indonesia as an undergraduate at the school

In a move certain to fuel the debate over Obama’s qualifications for the presidency, the group “Americans for Freedom of Information” has released copies of President Obama’s college transcripts from Occidental College. Released today, the transcript indicates that Obama, under the name Barry Soetoro, received financial aid as a foreign student from Indonesia as an undergraduate at the school. The transcript was released by Occidental College in compliance with a court order in a suit brought by the group in the Superior Court of California. The transcript shows that Obama (Soetoro) applied for financial aid and was awarded a fellowship for foreign students from the Fulbright Foundation Scholarship program. To qualify for the scholarship, a student must claim foreign citizenship.”

This is the man now sitting in the oval office that we’re talking about above. He is also a lawyer; that is a sworn officer of the courts system, and a member of the Bar that actually taught Constitutional Law in Illinois, before running for the office he now occupies.

This immediately brings up a number of direct conflicts of interest that in themselves create several indefensible positions for the fraud that Barack Hussein Obama, formerly Barry Soetoro, truly appears to be. How could Obama the lawyer not know that he took grant money for financial aid, from the Fulbright Foundation that was intended only for foreign citizens? How then to square this with his supposed Naturalized American-citizen status that he claimed in order to run for president? He cannot be both things in the same person; especially not at the same time. Continue Reading →

Talking Taitz

The issue is: how does one pronounce “Taitz”?

It’s pronounced to rhyme with “weights”. You can hear her say it yourself on YouTube.

Just another example of the thorough investigations carried out daily by Obama Conspiracy Theories and our links to authoritative sources.

Exhibit Z

Dr. Conspiracy

Dr. Conspiracy

I’ve been thinking about the appearance of a page from Obama Consipracy Theories in a motion in a federal lawsuit (Hamblin v. Obama). Since Clark Hamblin is representing himself, I assume that he personally visited this web site and copied the page which became Exhibit Z to his motion. This is a remarkable connection between the discussion here and the real people filing lawsuits.

I was interviewed by Orange County Weekly for an article on Orly Taitz that I believe will appear June 18. Even someone from FactCheck.org visited and read a few of these pages.

Things like this encourage me to be “more serious” with the web site’s coverage. I don’t plan to change the wisecracking attitude, but I may try to cover some things more thoroughly, and not just what’s new and interesting.

“Exhibit Z” sounds like a great name for “the final word” on a subject. It’s a worthy goal to live up to such a name.