This blog is about Obama Conspiracy Theories–but you knew that. With some web sites, it’s not so obvious. For example:
The Federalists were founders of our country like George Washington, and John Marshall. The were in favor of a larger role for the federal government compared to the Republicans (or Democrat-Republicans) such as Thomas Jefferson who was an ardent supporter of states rights. However, The Federalist Blog is anything but Federalist, arguing for example that the Federal government lacks the power of eminent domain within a state. I mention this blog because it’s principal author (and I guess owner) P. A. Madison (not his real name) argues against natural born citizenship for the children of non-citizen immigrants like President Obama.
One might think this was a web site akin to Yahoo Answers, or Ask.com. But it is actually a web site devoted publicizing the views of the Kerchner v. Obama lawsuit. While opinion may vary, I think this is not the place to get the right answers on the topics it covers.
Rather than being related to defense of freedom, this web site collects and publishes articles critical of President Obama.
This web site is not really the web site of a grand jury, but another birther site.
One might think this related to personal and family security, how to keep burglars out of your house. It’s not. It is a right-wing web site that publishes birther information. It’s more about linking Obama to Bill Ayers than anything to do with security.
God Save America
More accurately, this might be God Save America from President Obama. It’s a front for the “citizen grand jury movement”.
I contrast these web sites with ones whose titles leave no question as to their content: Obama Crimes, Stop-Obama, Obama Waffles, and Nigger Obama. Links to these web sites on my bookmarks page.