APPELLANTS’ BRIEF LEAVES NO WIGGLE ROOM
by John Charlton
(Feb. 13, 2010) — Kerchner et al. vs. Obama & Congress is without doubt a case that will go down in the history books of law, and the Appellate Brief written by Attorney Mario Apuzzo, Esq., is a veritable treasure trove of Constitutional Law and interpretation on the rights of We the People to petition for redress in the most important matter in our form of government, the question of the eligibility of a putative sitting president.
Recently the attorneys representing Barack Hussein Obama and the U.S. Congress have admitted the formidability of the arguments mustered against their clients by requesting an extension on the deadline to file their reply. The court set that, now, for March 8. Apuzzo will then have two weeks to file his reply, defending his brief against their counter-arguments.
‘American people repudiated what Obama, Democrats have put forward’
By Chelsea Schilling
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
Nearly 100 lawmakers have signed a formal Declaration of Health Care Independence to reject an unconstitutional Washington takeover of American health care – and now one representative is challenging Americans to deliver it to Congress and the White House to hold them accountable to the people.
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., drafted and formally unveiled the Declaration of Health Care Independence Jan. 27. The declaration is a commitment to protect the rights of the American people to make their own health decisions, reduce bureaucratic red-tape, decrease intergenerational debt and implement 10 common-sense principles for future health-care reform.