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24 pm · I reported that Barack Obama had been ordered to appear Thursday at a court hearing over a suit that attempts to block him from the Georgia ballot because of allegations that he is not a natural-born citize.
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 to be in Las Vegas, Denver and Detroit
A Georgia lawsuit is well underway over Barack Obama’s eligibility as a natural born American, with two American citizens as parents, in order to qualify as a president of the United States! Lawyer Mark Hatfield is representing
Orly Taitz, the California attorney who brought the legal challenge to Obamas 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,
Associated Press A state judge agreed with Democrats on Monday and dismissed a lawsuit aimed at keeping President Barack Obama off the ballot in Alabama this year, joining other jurists who have thrown out cases arguing Obama isn't a natural-born U.S.
Lawyers for the Alabama Democratic Party chairman filed another legal argument over the weekend in their bid for a judge Monday to dismiss a suit seeking to keep President Barack Obama off the March 13 primary ballot. Lawyers for Mark Kennedy, the
A Birmingham man challenging President Obama's right to be on the Alabama ballot has filed a request to delay a hearing set for Monday in the case so he can confer with his new lawyer, a well-known figure in the "birther" movement that questions
Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi in the Office of State Administrative Hearings denied a motion by Obama asking to dismiss the complaint that seeks to keep his name off the state ballot during the March presidential primary. The judge's decision now
A federal appeals court has tossed out a lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama's U.S. citizenship and his eligibility to serve as commander in chief. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that none of the
None of the dozens of so-called "birthers" who filed a federal lawsuit against Obama has the right to sue the president because none has suffered any injury that the court could heal with a ruling, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Circuit Court of