The last of the legal challenges to the eligibility of Barack Obama to be President of the United States was docketed by Tracy A. Fair at the United States Supreme Court today.
So you’ve heard that Rafael Cruz, also known as the father of Ted Cruz, the Tea Party favorite, said at a 2012 political event that “we need to send Barack Obama back to Chicago, back to Kenya.” Oooh, yeah. Ouch. Bad news for Cruz, right? (Well, considering what else he does to get attention, actually this is pretty tame. Just play along.)
“Yeah, OK. I was talking out of my ass there. What? You thought I was serious? I don’t believe half the crap that I say. I just like the sound of my voice.” “Honestly, I don’t remember saying anything about Obama being born … I mean, who cares where he was born? What I can’t […]
The White House today surprised reporters with the release of President Barack Obama’s long-form birth certificate. The release comes at the height of weeks of public posturing by real-estate mogul Donald Trump hinting that investigators hired by the reality-television star might have information to the effect that Obama wasn’t born in the United States or […]
Donald Trump would hold a healthy early lead over the Republican field in the 2012 presidential race if he were to throw his hat into the ring. That’s the finding of a new survey of likely GOP primary voters conducted by Public Policy Polling. Trump has the support of 26 percent of likely Republican primary […]
Good thing I’m not thinking of running for City Council again. I have no idea where my birth certificate is. I know I’ve seen it, can’t remember exactly when, and don’t know where it is. Which leads me to this: For all I know, I was born in Kenya. Seriously. I mean, I’m sure I […]
Story by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, fresh off the controversy that he generated with his letter to Virginia public colleges and universities earlier this month advising them against going too far in policies protecting gays and lesbians from discrimination on campus, is back in the hot seat again, this time over […]
So the Public Policy Polling poll released yesterday was skewed toward the Republican side – with the respondents splitting 52 percent-to-41 percent for John McCain in last year’s presidential election as I pointed out last night. My way of saying, Take what I’m about to say next based on the PPP numbers with a couple […]