Friday, April 13, 2012
An effort to have President Barack Obama's name removed from New Jersey's primary ballot was dealt a setback following an administrative judge's recent ruling.
Author Jerome Corsi may not think the matter of Barack Obama's birthplace is a done deal, and some leading Morris County GOPers may think he has a point — but a judge said that week the president can still be a presidential candidate. In what attorney Mario Apuzzo is calling a "sham of justice," a state judge has ruled against objectors seeking to remove Obama's name from New Jersey's upcoming primary ballot. According to Apuzzo, the attorney representing New Jersey residents Nick Purpura and Ted Moran, Deputy Director and Administrative Law Judge Jeff Masin ruled against the ballot challenge following a more than three-hour hearing earlier this week. His decision, delivered to Apuzzo via email, was not based on the issues presented in the…
Monday, April 9, 2012
Who kidnapped all the moderate Republicans?
None of the Apollo missions really landed on the moon. The footage from NASA was all filmed on a sound stage. Osama bin Laden did not order the September 11 attacks. It was an inside job, so to speak, and possibly Israelis were involved—Jewish workers were warned to stay out of the World Trade Center that day! A UFO crashed near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, and it’s one of hundreds (or more) of alien spacecraft that have been visiting Earth for centuries—extraterrestrials built the pyramids, after all, as well as those Nazca Lines in Peru! And, of course President Obama is not a citizen of the United States and, thus, should be tossed from the Oval Office immediately! After all, a Denville man with a Ph.D. wrote the book “Where’s the Birth…
Friday, April 6, 2012
Says Corsi "birther" speech raised interesting points.
Friday, April 6, 2012
Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco told the Huffington Post he's not sure whether President Barack Obama really is a citizen, and that it's a matter the courts will have to decide. Bucco, who represents the 25th Legislative District, was among the local Republican officials who attended a speech Tuesday by birther Jerome Corsi in Morristown. "I haven't really dug down deep, there was some important points raised," Bucco told the Huffington Post. He continued: "I am not in a position to say what [Corsi] put up on screen is demonstrative of evidence; that is for the court of law. This issue has not resolved itself. It won't until some higher authority is involved." And Bucco's not the only local Republican who feels the issue is unresolved. Corsi'…
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Controversial political commentator Jerome Corsi speaks to capacity crowd
If you think the controversy over President Obama’s birth certificate is old news, think again. “The mainstream media has not given this fair treatment,” said political commentator, author and Denville resident Jerome Corsi, who spoke to a supportive, standing-room-only crowd Tuesday evening at the Morristown Masonic Lodge. “But this is not going away. … We really don’t know who our president is.” Corsi, who holds a doctorate degree in political science from Harvard University, has written several books that many critics dismiss as conspiracy theory riddled with inaccuracies. His influence among conservatives and Tea Party faithful, though, is strong enough that two of his books have landed on the New York Times’ best-seller List. As an …