What happened to Michelle 0bama’s law license?
(Michelle’s) legal career on ‘court ordered inactive status’
“Records at the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois list her status as voluntarily inactive and not authorized to practice law.
“It further states that Michelle license is on court ordered inactive status.
“The statement has many bloggers wondering why a court would issue an order to stop Michelle Obama from practicing law, and some have even suggested the first lady may have been facing allegations of misconduct.
“In 1988, Michelle became an associate at Sidley & Austin, a corporate law firm in her home town of Chicago. She was assigned to mentor summer associate and future husband, Barack Hussein 0bama.
“She remained at the law firm for three years, leaving the lucrative practice and corporate law behind in 1991...”
“In 1993, Michelle left the mayors office and became executive director for ...
the Chicago office of Public Allies,
a taxpayer-funded organization that encourages young activists and places them in positions for nonprofit groups and government agencies.
“According to Investors Business Daily,
the program promotes diversity and inclusion
and boasts that more than 70 percent of its recruits are people of color.
When theyre not protesting, - theyre staffing AIDS clinics, handing out condoms, bailing criminals out of jail ... and helping illegal aliens ... and the homeless obtain food stamps and other welfare, - Investors Business Daily states.
“One member of the 2005 Los Angeles class told IBD, It was too touchy-feely. Its a lot of talk about race, a lot of talk about sexism, a lot of talk about homophobia, talk about -isms and phobias.
“According to the report, one of those -isms is heterosexism. The Chicago-based Public Allies training seminar describes it as a negative result of capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy and male-dominated privilege.
“The IBD report calls it a boot camp for radicals who hate the military.
“Michelle 0bama worked at Public Allies from spring 1993 until fall 1996 and served on its national board of directors from 1997 until 2001.
“She said, The happiest time of my life was working to build Public Allies. “
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