She’s asking for money for one thing. On her web site, she is soliciting donations for another trip to Hawaii for a court appearance on January 6. (See photo at right where Dr. Taitz is about to extract a donation from a contributor.) While birther web sites typically do not disclose their financial details, Orly Taitz acknowledges at least some donations. Here are a few recent ones where an amount is mentioned.
|Jan 2, 2012||Terence Brennan||$100|
|Jan 1, 2012||Robert Davies||$100|
|Dec 31, 2011||Ron Wong||$250|
|Dec 29 2011||Tony Dolz||$50|
|Dec 27, 2011||Ms. Zicha||$100|
|Dec 27, 2011||Mr. Beeli||$100|
|Dec 1, 2011||William Scott||$100|
|Nov 20, 2011||Mr. Mahar||$500|
|Nov 16, 2011||Mr. Lill||$100|
I published my financial statement for 2010 showing all the income categories that netted me $0. That’s not the case for 2011. The blog actually had income: 48 cents in advertising fees from Amazon.com for books purchased through the link on this site. I don’t actually get the 48 cents because it doesn’t meet the minimum threshold for payment, but it’s accrued and perhaps some day I’ll get it.