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When I read Dr. Fukino’s statement in the Hawaii Advertiser, I could almost feel how angry it would make the denialists. I also read a touch of anger in Fukino’s statement–she must  be certainly way past fed up with the whole business.

All of the speculation about foreign registrations under Hawaiian law 337-17.8 and the theories about secret meaning in Fukino’s official statements last October were trashed. The director of the State Department of Health said plainly that Obama was born in Hawaii. For those who have been struggling to gain mind share over the Internet, this must be devastating. Most people still befuddled by birther misinformation will fold up their tents and go home, leaving no one but the hard core Obama haters.

Add to that a week full of media coverage, almost universally negative, with even conservative outlets like Fox News calling the whole business crazy. Even the bastion of conservative intellectual thought, the National Review said: “… this theory is based on unreality, as two minutes’ examining the claims of its proponents reveals.”

Then there was the gratuitous end to Fukino’s statement that Obama is a “natural born citizen”. I can hear them yelling, “HOW DARE SHE! Who is SHE to say who is a natural born citizen?” (The white supremacists may have added a few other choice words in place of “she”.) But who are folks like Orly Taitz and Mario Apuzzo to say that he is not? She is only saying what judges and US attorney generals have said for years. But how arrogant that must have sounded to those whose own unbounded arrogance causes them to ignore mountains of legal opinion and claim that they alone know how to interpret the US Constitution.

No, it has not been a good week to be an Obama eligibility denialist. They must be pretty angry and I understand why.

The Merits of the Case

I am not a lawyer, but here is my novel legal theory on how a judge might rule on the merits of an Obama denialist lawsuit:

Denton v. Hernandez 504 U.S. 25, 32 (1992) (the in forma pauperis statute) “accords judges not only the authority to dismiss a claim based on an indisputably meritless legal theory, but also the unusual power to pierce the veil of the complaint’s factual allegations and dismiss those claims whose factual contentions are clearly baseless.”

A fair number of the nObama lawsuits are filed in forma pauperis (“I’m to poor to pay the filing fee”).

I’m waiting for just the right case and the right judge.


Government will move to dismiss Kerchner case

Hollister v. Soetoro

Kerchner v Obama

“judges and adverse parties need not try to fish a gold coin from a bucket of mud”

In documents filed today the US Government notified the US District Court of New Jersey that it intended to move to dismiss the lawsuit brought by Mario Apuzzo on behalf of Charles Kerchner.

Obama Conspiracy Theories has been following this lawsuit closely, publishing 2 feature articles:

The round of delays is now over and the government has responded with notice of a forthcoming  motion for dismissal.

Read what the government has to say.

I want to add a personal note here. When I went through Kercher’s 2nd Amended Complaint, replying point by point to the substantive claims it made, I wrote, “There are over 300 of these freaking points!” expressing the royal pain it was to schlog through the misinformation and twisted rhetoric. Imagine my delight to learn that there are federal rules against such things. Continue Reading →

Response to Eligibility Primer (Part 1)

I have come to realize that there are two debates on the question of presidential eligibility and the definition of “natural born citizenship,” and some of the more thoughtful people on each side are debating different things. One debate thesis may be summed up this way:

The Constitution does not define “natural born citizen,” nor is it defined in legislation. The U. S. Supreme Court has never decided the question of the relationship of parentage to natural born citizenship. The uncertainty should be resolved.

The second debate thesis might be summed up this way:

Based on common law principles, and supported by numerous authorities, one may conclude with a high degree of certainty that natural born citizens of the United States are those born within its borders except the children of ambassadors.

Folks like Ken Dunbar and Stephen Tonchen (the author of the piece to be discussed here) are debating the former, and this web site is largely geared towards investigating the latter. If debating the first question, then one might say that Barack Obama’s eligibility is “unproven,” but when debating second one will conclude that it is “proven.”

I have no strong objection to the first thesis, but because I affirm the second, I don’t find that there is any urgency towards a judicial resolution of a question that has already been decided by force of argument, the same argument that would be made to the Court and that would certainly prevail. Whichever the case, I find language like “usurper” to be totally irresponsible. Continue Reading →

Treatise on Citizenship

In my researches, I have come across a major work:

Citizenship of the United States, Expatriation, and Protection Abroad Letter from the Secretary of State, Submitting Report … By United States Dept. of State, James Brown Scott, David Jayne Hill, Gaillard Hunt Citizenship of the United States, Expatriation, and Protection Abroad Letter from the Secretary of State, Submitting Report … December 20 1906 Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs and ordered to be printed. By United States Dept. of State, James Brown Scott, David Jayne Hill, Gaillard Hunt

Over 500 pages. Enjoy! I know I will.

Do not ask for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for Obama eligibility deniers.

Orly’s Blog — Unshackled!

I don’t know where to begin. Orly Taitz has had an odyssey from one web site to another. First there was and a variety of (net, org) sites.

Friday afternoon went off the air amid fantastic stories of Obot attacks. Now the web site is is back online “under new management”. Here is the story taken from the web site posted by Lisa Ostella and a reply I left afterwards. Fascinating.

Understanding the Internet 101

What happened to Dr. Orly Taitz’s Blog?  What happened to Dr. Orly Taitz’s websites.

No, the FBI did not shut it down.

No, Obama did not shut it down.

No, her web host did not shut it down.

Grab a cup of coffee and pull up a chair.

Let’s go back to Dr. Orly’s first blogsite and start there.

I was an assistant web moderator on

The site is still there.  You can go see it.

The last message displaying on the posted blog is saying the site was sabotaged and redirects you to DefendOurFreedoms.US.

Allow me to give you background on that. Continue Reading →