The book that proved Obama was ineligible
May 17, 2011: Jerome Corsi’s blockbuster making the case that Barack Obama was ineligible for the presidency hit bookstore shelves across the U.S. – the same day on which Corsi was turned loose to tell Americans what he has discovered about what he claims is a fraudulent birth certificate released in desperation to hush widespread public concern about Obama’s constitutional qualifications for office.
“Where’s the Birth Certificate? The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible To Be President” was also available signed by the author exclusively at the WND Superstore.
“With the unprecedented success of this book several weeks ago, reaching No. 1 at Amazon, I fully expected Obama, in desperation, to release a fraudulent document – and that’s exactly what he did,” said Corsi. “I was warned by excellent sources it was coming. And it’s not even a good forgery. I am prepared to tell all beginning today – not only about the birth certificate, but also to explain why even a birth on U.S. soil could not possibly qualify Obama for the presidency as a natural born citizen.”
Stripper mom: I’m following the Bible
May 17, 2002: The mother of a 5-year-old California girl who was facing expulsion from a Christian school because the woman worked as a stripper just couldn’t understand why her chosen profession was a problem.
Christina Silvas, a 24-year-old single mom, argued that since her job took her away for only three days a week – the days her daughter, Abby, was with her father – she was therefore available to be “the one to teach [her daughter] the Bible at home,” thus upholding the commitment she made with the school to partner in her daughter’s education.
“The Bible calls on parents to be hands-on,” Silvas said.
School officials offered to cover the girl’s last month’s tuition of $400 if Silvas would change jobs. They also offered to support Silvas both financially and spiritually, and to help her find a different job that was in keeping with the school’s values. Silvas declined the offer and later appeared in Playboy Magazine.