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  • Gingrich to play up southern roots in Georgia campaign swing (Newt 43% Mittens 29% Santorum 12%)

    02/17/2012 12:40:44 PM PST · by Red Steel · 91 replies
    Fox ^ | February 17, 2012
    ATLANTA – The campaign trail in Georgia is getting crowded. With less than three weeks left until the state's March 6 presidential primary, candidates in the topsy-turvy Republican race are turning their attention to Super Tuesday's biggest delegate prize. Newt Gingrich will play up his roots when he returns to his old home state to campaign for two days, beginning with a rally in Peachtree City Friday night. Surging after a trio of wins in recent weeks, Rick Santorum will focus on his evangelical base, appearing Sunday night at a "God and Country" rally at First Redeemer Church in Cumming....
  • Live Thread:Newt speaks at a Peachtree City, GA Rally February 17, 2012 7:30-8:30 pm.

    02/17/2012 10:33:05 AM PST · by nikos1121 · 6 replies
    2/17/2012 | nikos1121
    I'm going to try attend this rally tonight as it's open to the public. Will be at the PTC airport. If I can get in, I'll post pixx. Newt speaks at a Peachtree City Rally Friday February 17, 2012 - 7:30-8:30pm ET Hanger B4 500 Aviation Drive Peachtree City, GA Note: This event is free and open to the public
  • Bill proposes massive overhaul to Georgia gun laws

    02/17/2012 5:59:06 AM PST · by marktwain · 14 replies
    ajc.com ^ | 16 February, 2012 | Laura Diamond and Christopher Quinn
    Georgians would be allowed to carry concealed weapons in bars, public schools, most government buildings, college campuses and other locations under a sweeping gun bill filed in the House. In addition to banishing many current restrictions, House Bill 981 would prevent police or the National Guard from disarming people during states of emergency, and it would allow citizens to sue if that occurred. Rep. Sean Jerguson, R-Woodstock, one of the bill's co-sponsors, said Thursday that it strikes a balance between the Second Amendment, which guarantees the right to bear arms, and personal property rights. For instance, any church or business,...
  • DeKalb mosque faces mounting violations (DeKalb County, GA)

    02/16/2012 7:44:32 PM PST · by FreedomPoster · 46 replies
    WSB TV ^ | Posted: 2:56 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, 2012
    DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Leaders of a DeKalb County mosque face legal trouble after mounting code enforcement violations landed them in front of a judge. Mosque leaders said they are being harassed. Neighbors said it’s not a story about religion, but about code enforcement and following the rules. A judge had already put the mosque and its leaders on probation, but that hasn't stopped them from holding services. Attendees arrive by the dozens from around the metro area every Friday. Sometimes there are several hundred people, but their mosque doesn't look like most. "They would park in my yard and...
  • Another Newt Gingrich 'comeback' on the horizon?

    02/16/2012 3:23:16 PM PST · by katiedidit1 · 71 replies
    Fox News ^ | 2/15/2012 | Greta Van Sustern
    GINGRICH: No. It just means that we're going to have to pick up all those delegates in late May, just before the California primary, when we hope to pick up more delegates out here. That still means that on super-Tuesday, we're looking at Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, we're looking at Ohio. It means the week after super- Tuesday, we're looking at Alabama and Mississippi. Now, we have hopes that we're going to keep picking up delegates everywhere and continue. This race is going on for a long time, I think. And what Texas moving back means, combined with California being in...
  • Gingrich expected to draw big crowd Saturday in Cobb

    02/15/2012 11:41:55 PM PST · by Red Steel · 62 replies
    Marietta Daily Journal ^ | February 16, 2012 12:41 AM | Marcus E. Howard
    MARIETTA — Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is coming home to Georgia this weekend with a campaign rally in Cobb County. Gingrich, who represented much of Cobb and Marietta in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he served as speaker, will speak in southeast Cobb at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest at the Galleria hotel, 200 Interstate North Parkway SE. The rally is open to the public. At least 300 people are expected to attend, but Gingrich usually exceeds such campaign estimates, said Susan Meyers, Gingrich’s southeast communications director and a senior communications strategist. The venue, in...
  • Herman Cain to join Gingrich in Georgia

    02/15/2012 3:39:33 PM PST · by Red Steel · 2 replies · 1+ views
    ajc ^ | 4:06 p.m. Wednesday, February 15, 2012 | Daniel Malloy
    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Herman Cain will join Newt Gingrich on the campaign trail in Georgia this weekend. A Gingrich spokeswoman confirmed that Cain, a Stockbridge businessman and former presidential hopeful, will campaign with Gingrich at three appearances Saturday. Gingrich and Cain are scheduled to appear at a town hall Saturday at South Forsyth County High School in Cumming at 10 a.m., a town hall Collins High School in Suwanee at 11:30 a.m. and a rally at the Marriott Atlanta Northwest near Smyrna at 3 p.m. Gingrich will also hold a rally at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Atlanta Regional Airport in...
  • Randy Evans on why Newt Gingrich’s campaign isn’t finished

    02/14/2012 8:32:10 PM PST · by Red Steel · 18 replies
    ajc ^ | 8:43 pm February 14, 2012 | jgalloway
    Randy Evans, the Atlanta attorney and long-time associate of Newt Gingrich, has posted a long, long defense of the viability of former U.S. House speaker’s campaign for president at Newsmax.com. It includes these paragraphs: Indeed, in Nevada, Gingrich proved that when deployed, his ground operations could outperform the Paul army. Second, that while in the next two major races Romney’s ability to outspend by 5 to 1 in attack ads and drive down turnout will have real impact in Arizona and his other home state of Michigan , the approach of Super Tuesday — with10 states and 437 delegates at...
  • Georgia officials join a growing list of Gingrich supporters

    02/14/2012 8:22:46 PM PST · by Red Steel · 12 replies
    Paulding County Republican Examiner ^ | February 14, 2012 | Christopher Collins
    (Paulding County, Georgia) Ahead of the much anticipated March 1, 2012 debate here in Atlanta, co-hosted by the Georgia Republican Party, Ohio Republican Party, and CNN, Presidential hopeful, Newt Gingrich has assembled a large list of endorsements from elected state officials communicated through the Gingrich Political Southeast Director, Maria Strollo Zack. Among the state and local officials who are endorsing Newt Gingrich comprise of Georgia Congressmen Austin Scott, Lynn Westmoreland, Tom Price, Jack Kingston, and Phil Gingrey. Former Georgia officials include Congressmen Mac Collins, Bob Barr, and former State Representative and State Department of Transportation Member, Jeff Lewis. Former State...
  • 16 Members of Congress Funneled Millions to Their Relatives, Employers, Study Finds

    02/13/2012 5:53:49 PM PST · by STARWISE · 70 replies
    Big Government ^ | 2-13-12 | Wynton Hall
    n his New York Times bestselling book, Throw Them All Out, Breitbart editor Peter Schweizer revealed how members of Congress enrich themselves and their relatives using earmarks and insider information. Now, the Washington Post, following in Schweizer’s footsteps, has conducted a study that found 16 members of Congress have used their power of the purse to benefit companies, colleges, and community groups tied to their relatives. *snip* Among those cited in the Washington Post report were the following (below):
  • Ga. poll gives Gingrich big lead over Romney (Mason-Dixon)

    02/11/2012 7:48:22 AM PST · by VinL · 18 replies · 1+ views
    Real Clear Poliotics ^ | 2-11-12 | ap
    A new poll shows Newt Gingrich maintaining a big lead over his Republican rivals in Georgia with less than a month to go before the state's March 6 presidential primary. The former House Speaker leads Mitt Romney 43 percent to 29 percent among likely Georgia voters, the poll says. Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum had 12 percent and Texas congressman Ron Paul trailed with 6 percent. The poll shows Gingrich leading in every region of the state except metro Atlanta, where he and Romney are in a statistical tie. The poll was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research Inc. of...
  • GOP Presidential Candidates Address CPAC [Santorum, Romney, Gingrich]

    02/10/2012 3:56:22 PM PST · by thouworm · 22 replies · 1+ views
    C-Span ^ | February 10, 2012 | Santorum, Romney, Gingrich
    C-SPAN's coverage of the 39th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) continues Friday with speeches by the leading presidential candidates and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. The three top GOP candidates for the Republican nomination -- former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum -- are taking a break from the campaign trial to address attendees. Rep. Ron Paul was invited to speak but will instead continue campaigning.
  • Billionaire Gingrich Contributor [Sheldon Adelson] To Cut Support

    02/10/2012 3:59:14 PM PST · by GraniteStateConservative · 293 replies
    Business Insider ^ | February 10, 2012 | Jaywon Choe
    While billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson may have rescued Newt Gingrich’s campaign in its early days, today, he may have just buried it. Bloomberg News reports that Adelson, who has donated $11 million to Gingrich’s Super PAC, does not plan to send any more money Gingrich’s way. Bloomberg is citing an anonymous source “familiar with their deliberations,” though an Adelson spokesman declined to comment. The move seems to be weeks in the making. After poor showings by Gingrich in the last several races and the re-resurgence of Rick Santorum, the former House speaker has once again been pushed to the...
  • Will Dr. Romain Dallemand's Dream Become Macon's Nightmare?

    02/10/2012 10:17:39 AM PST · by Billlknowles · 3 replies
    WeArePolitics.com ^ | 2-10-2012 | Bill Knowles
    Back in 2010 before the hiring of Bibb County School Superintendent Romain Dallemand, I wrote an article called ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Dallemand and Mr. Hyde’ warning the citizens about the good doctor and what he has done in the past. Unfortunately, the ‘Macon Miracle’ plan is proving me to be correct. Below is a few of the things that Dallemand did before he came to Bibb County but I’ve updated it to show some things he’s done while he’s been here. It appears from every source that I have checked Dr. Dallemand is not a problem solver, but...
  • Bill Preventing Destruction of Guns Passes Georgia Senate Committee

    02/10/2012 7:19:01 AM PST · by marktwain · 1 replies
    Opposingviews ^ | 9 February, 2012 | NRA
    Yesterday, Senate Bill 350 passed unanimously in the state Senate Judiciary Committee, along with an amendment submitted by bill sponsor and state Senator Don Balfour (R-9) that would require law enforcement agencies to begin the process of returning seized firearms within thirty days of a court’s final judgment. SB 350, along with the supported amendment, would mandate municipal, county and state police authorities return all seized firearms, not currently being held as evidence in a criminal investigation, to the lawful owner if able. If the lawful owner is not found or unable to take possession of the firearm, SB 350...
  • NRCC Announces New ‘On the Radar' Candidates

    02/10/2012 6:27:09 AM PST · by iowamark · 7 replies
    NRCC ^ | 02/09/2012 | NRCC
    Twenty-One Republican Candidates Take Steps Toward ‘Young Gun' Status Washington- The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) today announced its newest round of ‘On the Radar' candidates. By reaching the second step of the four-step ‘Young Guns' program, these Republican candidates have reached the fundamental benchmarks to place them on the road to victory. Now, these 21 candidates are ready to take on the Democrat establishment and return fiscal sanity to Washington. "These candidates have worked hard to meet the benchmarks that have been laid out before them and are determined to hold Washington Democrats accountable this November," said NRCC Chairman...
  • Georgia Bill: Concealed Gun Carrying without Permit

    02/09/2012 8:52:28 AM PST · by marktwain · 7 replies
    Opposingviews ^ | 7 February, 2012 | John Velleco
    State Rep. Jason Spencer introduced legislation that will allow residents to carry a concealed firearm without first having to get a permit from the government. Rep. Spencer told Georgia Gun Owners that, “Law-abiding citizens should not have to be fingerprinted and cataloged like common criminals just to be able to defend themselves, their family and their property.” Indeed, violent thugs will not show up at the police station or sheriff’s office to apply for a permit. Yet, law-abiding gun owners are forced to apply for a permit, pay fees that can total more than $100, submit fingerprints, and then wait...
  • New nuclear reactors set to be OK'd for Georgia

    02/08/2012 6:35:56 PM PST · by matt04 · 29 replies
    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is expected to approve licenses to build two new nuclear reactors Thursday, the first approvals in over 30 years. The reactors are being built in Georgia by a consortium of utilities led by Southern Co. They will be sited at the Vogtle nuclear power plant complex, about 170 miles east of Atlanta. The plant already houses two older reactors. Spokespeople for Southern Co. and the NRC were quiet on the matter Wednesday ahead of the vote set for Thursday at 12 PM ET. If approved, NRC staff would likely issue a construction and operating license...
  • Ga. court overturns assisted suicide restrictions

    02/06/2012 8:12:07 AM PST · by Protect the Bill of Rights · 9 replies
    FOX News ^ | February 6, 2002 | Associated Press
    ATLANTA – Georgia's top court on Monday struck down a state law designed to discourage assisted suicides after a legal battle brought by four members of a suicide group who said the law also violated free speech rights. The Georgia Supreme Court's unanimous ruling concludes the 1994 state law "restricts speech in violation of the free speech clauses" of the U.S. and Georgia constitutions. The court's opinion held that Georgia only criminalized assisted suicides that include a public offering to assist. It said the law didn't expressly prohibit assisted suicides, meaning some were legal in Georgia. The opinion, penned by...
  • Newt Gingrich leaves Las Vegas with plan to woo NASCAR voters, sweep South

    02/05/2012 5:21:48 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 22 replies · 1+ views
    The Washington Post / The Associated Press ^ | February 5, 2012 | Shannon McCaffrey
    LAS VEGAS — Newt Gingrich is wooing NASCAR voters. As he charts a possible course to the Republican nomination, aides say Gingrich will paint frontrunner Mitt Romney as the candidate of the PGA golf tour while the former House speaker pursues the blue collar mantle of Dale Earnhardt. It’s a strategy that exploits the class warfare Gingrich professes to oppose. Still, it could pay dividends once the GOP race again swings South. Gingrich sees delegate-rich Texas as a firewall in April. But he must slog through more than 30 contests before that....
  • Bill on Returning Stolen Firearms To Be Heard Monday(GA)

    02/04/2012 6:56:31 PM PST · by marktwain · 8 replies
    Atlanta Gun Rights Examiner ^ | 4 February, 2012 | Ed Stone
    The Senate Judiciary Committee is hearing a bill Monday that would require the police to return stolen firearms to their rightful owner once they are no longer needed for "evidentiary purposes." SB 350 would also require the police to auction off contraband firearms every six months rather than destroy them, and would prohibit agency employees from bidding on the firearms or profiting from their sale. Before auctioning any firearms, however, the police in custody of the weapon would be required to use their "best efforts" to locate the rightful owner. This bill appears to be a genuine effort to make...
  • Newt Gingrich holds lead over Mitt Romney in Georgia (Newt-45, Romney-32, Santorum-9, Paul-8)

    02/03/2012 9:54:57 AM PST · by TBBT · 52 replies
    11alive | 2/3/2012 | Chris Sweigart
    Newt Gingrich holds lead over Mitt Romney in Georgia
  • Obama Got Served

    02/01/2012 7:17:02 PM PST · by Sallyven · 692 replies · 1+ views
    American Thinker ^ | February 1, 2012 | Cindy Simpson
    [snip]...Jablonski remained true to his word -- neither he nor Obama showed up for the January 26 hearing. I noted last week that Obama was not scheduled to be anywhere near Atlanta on the date of the hearing, although I had wondered if still, perhaps, Georgia might be on his mind. According to reports in the blogosphere, the president's schedule on the morning of the 26th was open, and according to an unnamed source, Obama watched the live feed of the hearings. Perhaps Obama, as well as the several mainstream media news outlets I spotted at the hearing, were merely...
  • Church pleads for help after tragedy (Illegals)

    02/01/2012 10:44:47 AM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 39 replies
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 1/31/2012 | Alexis Stevens
    In a hospital bed hundreds of miles from her home, 15-year-old Lidiane Carmo learned Tuesday that she was the only member of her immediate family to survive a horrific crash she doesn't remember. And in the midst of tragedy, her church congregation is suddenly faced with an issue with possibly serious ramifications: Lidiane is not in the country legally, a church official confirmed. On Sunday, Lidiane was traveling in a van with her parents, older sister, uncle and uncle's girlfriend when they were involved in a multi-vehicle crash on northbound I-75 near Gainesville. The Carmo family was among 15 members...
  • Media Blackout in Obama Georgia Ballot Eligibility Case

    01/30/2012 2:08:32 AM PST · by matt1 · 105 replies
    American Thinker ^ | January 30, 2012 | Cindy Simpson
    Last week, I noted that Obama turned his back not just on Arizona's Governor Jan Brewer, but also on the laws of the State of Georgia. I closed my column, "Georgia Ballot Challenge: Obama Walks on By," with the observation: "And most of the media has followed along right behind him." At the time, I had just witnessed an historic hearing that actually discussed the eligibility of the sitting president of the United States to run for a second term. The president had been subpoenaed to appear, and instead of his attorney respectfully following protocol to have that subpoena recalled,...
  • Thompson: Mitt campaign has 'Drudge in their back pocket'

    01/29/2012 12:20:37 PM PST · by jimbo123 · 81 replies
    Politico ^ | 1/29/12 | JENNIFER EPSTEIN
    Former Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) on Sunday attacked Mitt Romney for "unseemliness and overkill" in his aggressive campaign against Newt Gingrich, the candidate Thompson has endorsed.
  • Denver appeals court upholds military impostor law ( Stolen Valor Act )

    01/28/2012 4:17:11 PM PST · by george76 · 62 replies
    ap ^ | January 27, 2012
    The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that a federal law making it illegal to lie about being a war hero is constitutional and making false statements is not always protected free speech. ... The Colorado case involves Rick Strandlof, who was arrested after claiming he was wounded in Iraq as a Marine and had received military medals. His lawyers have acknowledged the claims were false.
  • Northlake Liquor Store Manager Fires at Armed Robber(GA)

    01/28/2012 8:12:04 AM PST · by marktwain · 2 replies
    northdruidhills.patch.com ^ | 27 January, 2012 | Jonathan Cribbs
    A Northlake liquor store manager scared away an armed robber Jan. 20 by grabbing his own handgun and firing at the intruder, DeKalb County police said. The robber walked into Northlake Liquor at 3900 Lavista Rd. and pointed a black handgun at the 60-year-old manager between 9:45 p.m. and 10:40 p.m., the police report said. "This is a holdup," the intruder said. The manager reached under the counter, grabbed a 9mm Beretta and fired at the suspect. The suspect ran out of the store empty-handed, heading west past the Wendy's to an unknown location. The suspect was described as a...
  • 'Birthers' Nonsense Sets Georgia Up For Ridicule -- Again

    01/27/2012 6:53:39 AM PST · by transducer · 251 replies
    We will risk the fairly safe assumption, as this is being written, that Air Force One did not make an appearance at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport sometime Thursday.... You almost have to laugh at this latest chapter in the seemingly endless “birther” saga, because about the only alternatives at this point are tears and/or nausea. It was embarrassing enough when members of the Georgia legislature -- including, to Columbus’ acute humiliation, two members of the local delegation -- drafted a “Presidential Eligibility Assurance Act” in the last legislative session. Now Georgians get to enjoy the added spectacle of their secretary...
  • Battery charges dismissed against Chattahoochee High principal

    01/26/2012 4:47:49 PM PST · by madprof98 · 5 replies
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 1/26/12 | Ernie Suggs
    Chattahoochee High School principal Timothy Duncan returns to work Friday with his record cleared. State Court Judge Victoria D. Moran on Thursday dismissed simple battery charges against Duncan after he was accused of slamming a middle school student against a wall in anger last September. Moran, after listening to testimony and watching a video of the incident, ruled that Duncan had immunity, which would allow him to touch a student to maintain order. “I am not sure she thought a battery occurred,” said Vic Reynolds, Duncan’s attorney. “She cited the immunity statute that he was acting in good faith. He...
  • Results Of Obama’s Eligibility Hearing In Georgia

    01/26/2012 12:44:24 PM PST · by jmaroneps37 · 120 replies
    WesternJournalism.com ^ | January 26, 2012 | Unknown
    Update: Dean Haskins at Obama Release Your Records is saying that the Judge is entering a default judgement against Obama because he did not appear. This could mean that Obama might not appear on Georgia’s ballot, although the Obama administration will certainly appeal. Today was an important day in the fight for truth. Despite Obama’s no-show, today’s court proceedings could have a great affect on the eligibility movement as a whole. A blow by blow of the entire court proceeding was made by Craig Andersen of the The National Patriot. His article is found below. We will be updating this...
  • No ruling in ‘birther' challenge

    01/26/2012 10:44:59 AM PST · by Pfesser · 46 replies · 1+ views
    AJC ^ | 12:15 p.m. Thursday, January 26, 2012 | Bill Rankin
    After hearing evidence with neither President Barack Obama nor his lawyers in attendance, a state administrative law judge on Thursday did not issue a ruling as to whether Obama can be allowed on the state ballot in November. Lawyers for area residents mounting "birther" challenges told Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi that Obama should be found in contempt of court for not appearing when under subpoena to do so. But Malihi did not indicate he would recommend that and cut off one lawyer when he criticized Obama for not attending the hearing. "It shows not just a contempt for this...
  • Georgia court told Obama slam-dunk disqualified (eligibility hearing, Obama & atty no show)

    01/26/2012 10:51:05 AM PST · by lilyramone · 40 replies
    WND ^ | 01-26-12 | Jerome R. Corsi
    Georgia residents today delivered sworn testimony to a court that Barack Obama is slam-dunk disqualified from having his name on the 2012 presidential ballot in the state because his father never was a U.S. citizen, so he forever is prevented from qualifying as a “natural born citizen” as the U.S. Constitution demands for a president.
  • UGA Football Recruit denied because he's undocumented and illegal immigrants

    01/25/2012 12:19:56 PM PST · by NoDRodee · 20 replies
    Atlanta Journal and Contitution ^ | 1/25/2012 | Chip Towers
    relatively new Georgia Board of Regents policy regulating the admission of undocumented students and illegal immigrants has prevented a football recruit from gaining admission to the University of Georgia. Chester Brown, a 6-foot-5, 340-pound offensive lineman from Hinesville, committed to the Bulldogs in July, but he confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and several other media outlets late Monday night that he was withdrawing his UGA commitment “for personal reasons,” declining to elaborate However, a variety of people with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed to the AJC on Tuesday that Brown’s change of heart was because his admissions application to...
  • Newt Gingrich Backer Says More Endorsements Will Come Soon

    01/24/2012 10:44:36 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 59 replies
    The Huffington Post | January 25, 2012 | Elise Foley and Ryan Grim
    Link only: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/25/newt-gingrich-trent-franks-_n_1229973.html?ref=mostpopular
  • 'Birther' lawyer doesn't expect to see Obama

    01/24/2012 11:14:17 AM PST · by SteveH · 73 replies
    The Daily Report ^ | Tuesday, January 24, 2012 | Mark Niesse
    Attorney for Georgia voter questions president's ballot eligibility Judge Michael Malihi: Obama failed to outline legal authority for argument to quash subpoena. An attorney for a Georgia voter questioning President Barack Obama's eligibility for the March 6 primary said the president probably won't attend a hearing on the issue Thursday, even though a subpoena compelling his appearance stands. Van R. Irion, who represents plaintiff David Welden, acknowledged Monday that Obama likely will avoid the trial-like proceeding before Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings Deputy Chief Judge Michael M. Malihi. [...] "I fully expect Mr. Jablonski to refile on behalf of...
  • Which Laws Could Have Been Broken? (Obama/Biden schedule disrputed by malihi hearing?)

    01/23/2012 7:36:03 PM PST · by SteveH · 20 replies
    The Post & Email ^ | Jan. 23, 2012 | Sharon Rondeau
    MISUSE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY, CONSPIRACY, MISPRISION OF FELONY? by Sharon Rondeau Can the U.S. Department of Justice fail to prosecute federal law-breakers? (Jan. 23, 2012) — Numerous graphics, typesetting, Adobe® and scanning professionals have claimed that the long-form birth certificate image bearing the alleged details of Barack Hussein Obama II’s birth presented to the public on April 27, 2012 is a forgery. If that is the case, which federal statutes have been violated, if any, by placing the image on federal government property?How many people might have participated in the crime, and what might the penalties be? If the Hawaii...
  • Judge's order in ‘birther' case unlikely to draw Obama

    01/23/2012 3:25:59 PM PST · by SteveH · 60 replies
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 5:49 p.m. Monday, January 23, 2012 | Bill Rankin
    [...] Obama will embark on a three-day trip following his State of the Union address Tuesday evening, White House press secretary Jay Carney said during a press briefing Monday. The White House has said that Obama will be in Las Vegas, Denver and Detroit this Thursday. In a surprising ruling Friday, a Georgia state administrative judge declined to quash a subpoena directing Obama to attend a hearing Thursday at the Fulton County courthouse on a challenge to strike him from the Georgia ballot this fall on claims he is not a U.S. citizen. Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi issued the...
  • Georgia judge orders President Obama to appear in court over 'birthers' suit

    01/23/2012 2:06:45 PM PST · by SteveH · 30 replies
    The Columbus (Ga.) Ldeger-Enquirer ^ | 1/23/2012 | Chuck Williams
    A Georgia judge has ordered President Barack Obama to appear in court in Atlanta Thursday for a hearing on a complaint that says Obama isn’t a natural-born citizen and can’t be president. Orly Taitz, the California attorney who brought the legal challenge to Obama’s name on the March Georgia presidential primary ballot, says this is what she has been working for over the last three years. “This will be 100 times bigger than Watergate,” she said Saturday morning, referring to the scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon in 1974.
  • Obama Ordered To Appear Before Atlanta Judge

    01/21/2012 11:51:08 PM PST · by CaptainKrunch · 95 replies
    White House Dossier ^ | January 21, 2012 | Keith Koffler
    President Obama has been ordered to appear before a judge in Atlanta in a case challenging whether he is qualified to be president of the United States, according to the Associated Press.The judge set the hearing for this Thursday after denying on Friday a motion by Obama’s lawyer to quash a subpoena that requires Obama to personally show up.Obama, however, will be nowhere near Atlanta on Thursday. According to the White House, he will be out West promoting the agenda he plans to lay out in Tuesday’s State of the Union address. Obama Thursday plans to make appearances in Las...
  • Georgia judge orders Obama to appear in court for hearing on attempt to keep him off ballot

    01/21/2012 10:31:56 PM PST · by Innovative · 22 replies
    Washington Post ^ | Jan 20, 2012 | AP
    A judge has ordered President Barack Obama to appear in court in Atlanta for a hearing on a complaint that says Obama isn't a natural-born citizen and can't be president. The hearing is set for Thursday before an administrative judge. Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi on Friday denied a motion by the president's lawyer to quash a subpoena that requires Obama to show up.
  • Santorum Says He Will Remain in Race Through Florida

    01/21/2012 7:42:16 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 55 replies
    NY Times 'blogs ^ | Saturday, January 21, 2012 | Richard A. Oppel, Jr.
    Rick Santorum said he would be pleased with a third-place finish in South Carolina Saturday but vowed to stay in the presidential race through the Florida primary no matter what. He also blasted his "desperate" rival Mitt Romney for perpetrating "cheap stuff" as Mr. Romney's position as front runner here melted away the past week... "We finally were given the victory in Iowa," Mr. Santorum said. "If we had had it two weeks ago, it might be a very different situation. It might have been a very different race." Mr. Santorum also said he was disappointed in Mr. Romney after...
  • Early voting begins slowly in South Florida

    01/21/2012 6:29:47 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 10 replies
    Maimi Herald ^ | January 21,2012 | CHRISTINA VEIGA AND AMY SHERMAN CVEIGA@MIAMIHERALD.COM
    With the field of Republican candidates down to four, GOP voters trickled to the polls on the first day of early voting in South Florida with plenty of opinions about their choice to challenge President Barack Obama in November. Many said they were deciding between former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in what has been a rollercoaster race. Romney is ahead in Florida, with more than 40 percent of GOP supporters, followed by Gingrich with 22 percent, Sen. Rick Santorum with 15 percent and Texas Rep. Ron Paul with 9 percent, according to an average...
  • Report: Jeb Bush to endorse Romney

    01/21/2012 6:01:25 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 67 replies
    Hot Air ^ | January 21,2012 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    Update: Chris Cillizza of WaPo tweets that “Close Jeb Bush ally tells me that no Romney endorsement is in the works.” Jeb’s camp being coy, or is he getting cold feet about throwing in with Romney after tonight’s drubbing?
  • UPDATE: Would-be robber faced many previous charges(GA)

    01/21/2012 7:26:40 AM PST · by marktwain · 11 replies
    rockdalenews.com ^ | 13 December, 2011 | Michelle Kim
    UPDATE: The would-be robber shot and killed on Saturday had rotated in and out of Rockdale County jail for nearly a decade on charges ranging from simple battery to posession and selling of drugs. Yuhanna Williams, 30, of Covington was booked into the jail at least eight times since August 2001 when he was 21-years-old. Some of the charges he faced were disorderly conduct, simple battery, probation violation, public indecency, DUI, and possession of marijuana and posession with the intent to distribute at a school. -------------------------------------- (Dec. 13, 2010, 11:56 a.m.) Investigators have released the name of the man shot...
  • Girl, 6, dies after being shot with pellet gun in Georgia

    01/21/2012 5:23:08 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 16 replies · 2+ views
    Fox News ^ | Jan 21, 2012
    Girl, 6, dies after being shot with pellet gun in Georgia Published January 21, 2012 | FoxNews.com A six-year-old girl died Friday afternoon after being accidentally shot in the throat with a pellet gun at her home in Peachtree City, Ga. Peachtree City police responded to the incident with fire and rescue crews shortly after noon local time and paramedics treated the unconscious girl at the scene. She was rushed to Piedmont Fayette Hospital in nearby Fayetteville, roughly 30 miles south of Atlanta, where she later died. Police said they were not planning on releasing details about who shot the...
  • Ga. Judge Orders President to Appear at Hearing (AP/ABC)

    01/20/2012 3:52:35 PM PST · by SteveH · 41 replies
    A judge has ordered President Barack Obama to appear in court in Atlanta for a hearing on a complaint that says Obama isn't a natural-born citizen and can't be president. It's one of many such lawsuits that have been filed across the country, so far without success. A Georgia resident made the complaint, which is intended to keep Obama's name off the state's ballot in the March presidential primary. An Obama campaign aide says any attempt to involve the president personally will fail and such complaints around the country have no merit.
  • Ga Child Killer Dead in Jail Cell; Likely Suicide

    01/19/2012 5:05:26 PM PST · by ColdOne · 24 replies
    ABCnews.go.com ^ | 1/20/12 | GREG BLUESTEIN
    A 20-year-old maintenance worker who this week pleaded guilty to molesting and killing a 7-year-old girl was found dead of an apparent suicide in his prison cell Thursday, according to the Georgia Department of Corrections. Ryan Brunn was found unresponsive at 4:15 p.m. at the state prison in Jackson, said spokeswoman Kristen Stancil. Brunn was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 5:37 p.m., Stancil said in an email to The Associated Press. She gave no other details about how he died. Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents out of Milledgeville were investigating, said agency spokesman John Bankhead....
  • Police: Self-defense shooting thwarts burglary, appears legal(GA)

    01/19/2012 7:42:06 AM PST · by marktwain · 12 replies
    ledger-enquirer.com ^ | 18 January, 2012 | JIM MUSTIAN
    Aside from a 9 mm pistol and 16 years of military experience, Sgt. 1st Class Eddie Waiters was on his own in the wee hours of Tuesday morning when an intruder shattered his window and tried to open the front door of his house. But when Waiters opened fire and shot the would-be burglar in the groin, state law was also on his side, authorities determined after an investigation of the shooting. “If I didn’t have my weapon, I could have been dead,” Waiters said several hours after the 2 a.m. encounter. “The police weren’t there and they wouldn’t have...
  • Teens find loaded gun in Publix bathroom, retired FBI agent claims it

    01/18/2012 9:27:39 PM PST · by smokingfrog · 40 replies
    wistv.com ^ | 18 Jan 2012 | unattributed
    LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Two Georgia teenagers found a loaded gun in a grocery store restroom Tuesday afternoon and it turns out the gun belongs to a retired FBI agent. The gun, a 40 caliber SIG loaded with 12 hollow point bullets, was lying on the right side of a sink in the men's restroom at a Publix store. 15 and 16-year-old brothers found the gun, and told their mother who alerted the store manager. He then called the sheriff's office. 60-year-old David Hallman heard a news report about the discovery of the gun and realized that he was...