To prove the idiocy of the assertion by the courts that no state has the authority to question the credentials of a candidate for president, why not manufacture credentials – birth certificate, SSN, draft registration, etc. – for a real or fictitious person and have that person placed on the ballot for president? Force the hand to validate a candidate. It doesn’t matter whether it’s Mickey Mouse or Sarkozy. If the argument is that someone just has to appear to be a citizen and doesn’t have to “prove” it, then anyone can manufacture credentials and ignore doubters.
[To Chelsea Schilling:] I just wanted to personally thank you for this investigation and report on [child porn on Facebook], as I worked at NCMEC’s Cybertipline as an analyst.
It is so foreign to the public this type of content even exists, and most would rather not know, from my experience. I know all about Facebook and their two abuse agents working on policing the entire network for child porn. I can recall having 20,000 reports weekly by about six to seven analysts or less while working at the Cybertipline.
The problem is way worse then just FB. I reme ... continue reading »
Does the government have any authority to play moral referee when it comes to marriage? Read the Constitution for yourself and you will see the answer is NO!
The president recently gave his views on homosexual marriage. He, in his own private life, has the right to his opinions – but acting as a government official supposedly under the authority of the U.S. Constitution, he has NO authority to take sides on the definition of marriage. Our nation is a constitutional republic, not a democracy, and our Constitution does not give any government official (especially federal) the authority to be a morality referee and get involved in de ... continue reading »
I dropped my TV service a month or two before I found WND, and columnist Ann Coulter is part of the reason why. I would like to share with you the letter I just wrote Miss Coulter, just to let you know.
Hello Miss Coulter:
Fox News was the last straw for me. They let us Americans down, and I dropped my TV service before I found WND for real news. After Obama got elected, I started figuring out who people are in politics, but I always knew the two-party system is responsible for forcing Americans left. Then, after becoming a fan of yours, you started supporting party hacks, so I am no longer a fan. I can’t read any of yo ... continue reading »
I just wanted to let you know we think you are doing wonderful work as always. The Facebook exposé and the continuing Breitbart investigation are prime examples of your excellence. Even though we don’t subscribe to Whistleblower any longer, it was only because we didn’t have the time right now to read it. We follow the WND site faithfully. God bless all of you.