Complaints of 2008 Election Fraud Filed in Six States
With the inspiration and help of a legal blogger referred to as jbjd, citizens in Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia have for many months been filing citizen complaints of election fraud with their state Attorneys General against Democratic Party officials. These states have election laws which explicitly require political party leaders to certify that electors or candidates are constitutionally eligible prior to | Read More »
An Open Letter to Google’s Censorship Team
Let me be blunt. Google censors political speech. The world has known for some time that Google’s algorithm can be programmed to censor websites and keywords. Back in 2005, CNET claimed all its reporters were blacklisted for a year for posting information about your CEO Eric Schmidt — information that was publicly available through Google’s own search engine. On a grander scale, Google also proved | Read More »
Google Censorship to Protect Obama, Again?
I run a conservative blog (Jefferson’s Rebels), and publish something almost daily. Sometimes after upload, I will Google some of the articles or graphics to test the search engine. For all those I have tested, which does not represent every upload, every article and every graphic image has appeared in the search engine–with two glaring exceptions regarding Obama. A few weeks ago, I went to | Read More »
Definition Of Service In The Republic Of Vietnam
By the implementation of changes as set forth in the Federal Register, April 16, 2008, regarding “Definition of Service in the Republic of Vietnam,” for the purpose of clarifying eligibility for presumption of exposure to herbicides status, the DVA very clearly states and reiterates its stance that “38 CFR 2.307(e)(6)(iii) does not provide a presumption of herbicide exposure to a Vietnam Era veteran who never | Read More »