Friday, February 27, 2015

Request for Grand Jury Investigation into the Legitimacy of Obama's Identity Documents

With this post, I declare that I am done seeking to engage the judicial and/or legislative machinery to examine the questionable identity documents of Barack Hussein Obama. 

While in 1922, every citizen of the United States had the right "to require that the Government be administered according to law. . . .”, that "right" now seems to have been lost. (SeeFairchild v. Hughes, 258 U.S. 126, 130 (1922)).

Accordingly, I make one last plea to those who care about this central issue of the integrity of those who govern our Republic:  Read my Open Letter and then do what your conscience dictates.  If nothing else, forward this Post to your email contact list.


Thursday, January 29, 2015

A vote away from a Convention to Propose Amendments

Among the seventeen States which have not yet called for a Convention to Propose Amendments, is Virginia.  Notably, the Richmond Times-Dispatch recently reported that: "The [Virginia] House Committee on Rules on Tuesday passed House Joint Resolution 497, sponsored by Del. L. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Prince William, calling for a convention of the states to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution."

If that Joint Resolution passes both the Virginia Senate and the House, the magic number of "34" will be reached and Congress could be forced by Mandamus from the Supreme Court to discharge their ministerial duty to call such a Convention.

If that comes to pass, I think it rich that Virginia's state moto is:  Sic Semper Tyrannis ("Thus Always to Tyrants").


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The straw that broke the Camel's back

As I wrote in a previous post, thirty-three (33) of the thirty-four (34) states needed to "call" a Convention to Propose Amendments under Article V have made such a "call".  I have compiled the list of those states and the citations to the Congressional Record where each such "call" is recorded.

This means of course if only one (1) more state makes such a call, Congress would be compelled -- and the Supreme Court could be properly petitioned under its original jurisdiction to order Congress to -- call such a Convention.

Thus it was with real delight that I received a telephone call in response to my Black Caucus letter from one of the seventeen (17) states holding the power to make the "call".

The conversation I had with this person covered the technical issues of how a state makes a Congressional "call", the wisdom and value of so doing and ended with me stating what I fatuously have named "Sibley's Law":  If you can do something positive, you should; if you are the only one who can do something positive, you must."

It was now out of my hands . . . and into  someone else's.