Fate of Obama’s aunt to be fought behind closed doors
By Laurel J. Sweet
Tuesday, February 2, 2010"
The illegal alien aunt of President Obama could learn this week whether she can put down roots in Boston - or start packing her bags for a one-way trip back to Kenya.
And, save for U.S. Immigration Court Judge Leonard I. Shapiro, she’ll know before anyone else. Zeituni Polly Onyango has persuaded Shapiro to bar the public from her removal proceeding Thursday morning at the John F. Kennedy Federal Building, though it’s unclear why.
The following timeline presents the important aspects of Barack Obama’s life, from birth to the present. Every attempt has been made to present accurate information, names, and dates. If errors or significant omissions are noted, please feel free to contact the author at email@example.com."
Obama has lost eligibility issue I've had many confidential conversations with influential people whose names you would know well – people sitting on the fence on this issue for too long. They began explaining to me a year or two ago why they didn't challenge Obama on this issue more aggressively. They were afraid of going out on a limb that Obama could saw off at any moment by producing his birth certificate that would clear up all the questions. It should be quite clear to anyone by now that is never going to happen."
Excerpt: Virtually everyone has heard about Larry Sinclair and his allegations regarding a couple of days he spent with Barack Obama in Chicago in 1999.
After a highly orchestrated whitewashing by the mainstream media of the story, and after being blackballed by every single book publisher he contacted regarding the publication of his story, Larry Sinclair decided to start his own publishing company, and this is the first book from Sinclair Publishing.
...It would be great if Obama would respond to the allegations, so that we could weigh both sides and make a judgment as to whom is more believable. Absent the voice of the other party to the events, we have only Sinclair's version to go on.