Righty activist author Jerome Corsi’s latest anti-Obama book, “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” is climbing the ranks at Amazon. It’s now reportedly number 22 with a bullet. The Obama reelection campaign is using news of the book release to fundraise. WorldNetDaily, internet birther headquarters and also publisher of Corsi’s book, is using the Obama fundraising campaign to promote the book. The back and forth is sad and entertaining and will generate a lot of revenue on both sides. U-S-A!
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As the nation’s political class wrestles with the violence in Arizona that killed and injured more than twenty people and landed Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in the hospital with a bullet through the brain, leading national Latino conservative organization Somos Republicans is spotlighting the harsh backlash it drew from members of the Colorado GOP to a campaign it launched last week lauding former state Republican Muhammad Ali Hasan for speaking out about growing bigotry in the party.
In Minnesota, some smart Catholic school kids at Benilde-St. Margaret’s took issue with the anti-gay propaganda sent out by their archdiocese. They picked the propaganda apart in a school website editorial, which they posted alongside a personal essay…
Former Congressman Tom Tancredo is scheduled to speak at a conference organized by right-wing site World Net Daily and featuring a who’s who lineup of so-called birther leaders and fellow travelers– people like hit-man author Jerome Corsi as well as…
NASHVILLE — In the weeks leading up to the National Tea Party Convention, Judson Phillips didn’t do much talking to the media. The founder of Tea Party Nation, the chief organizer of the conference alongside his wife Shelley, was buffeted by attacks from Tea Party activists who accused him of staging a costly, “elite” convention, and dirtying the reputation of the movement by paying Sarah Palin $100,000 to speak there. On January 14, Tea Party Nation put out word that only five conservative media outlets would get full access to the convention. On January 30, they issued an email to their internal list pushing back against “baseless accusations and criticism” from angry Tea Party activists.
And now we throw the floor open for softball questions!
Talk-radio host and voice of the “birther” movement in Colorado Peter Boyles yesterday told Joseph Farah, editor of right-wing website World Net Daily, that he was “80 percent sure [Barack Obama] was probably born in Hawaii.”
The admission came…
KHOW radio’s Peter Boyles wears labels like “xenophobe” and “racist” as badges of honor, often comparing himself to Galileo and Copernicus; that is, as an outsider-advocate for the truth. During Tuesday’s broadcast, Boyles announced his commitment to the truth sought by the “birther” movement, explaining that he has joined with World Net Daily (WND) to launch an ad campaign questioning Pres. Obama’s citizenship and asking to see the president’s birth certificate.