Wednesday, February 1, 2012

2/1 Demien Brady ,Marie Dubuque,Brion McClanahan,Bob Beauprez

Talkback Wed Feb 1, 2012
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PST

Demien Brady Senior Policy Analyst of the National Taxpayers Union ."SOTU analysis shows $20 billion in
new spending" (

Marie Dubuque Certified as a life coach and the author of two books explaining common-sensibility With Valentines day just around the corner Marie has advice about how to navigate the holiday’s most perplexing relationship questions. She also is a unique specialist with regard to examining “rudeness in the digital age.”

Brion McClanahan Author of Founding Father’s Guide to the Constitution, This book reveals the
Founding Fathers’ answers to many of our biggest constitutional questions today—instead of forcing us to rely on the interpretations of judges, lawyers, and politicians. (

Bob Beauprez was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 7th Congressional District of Colorado. Nominee for governor of Colorado in 2006,, Publisher of the monthly E-Magazine called a line of sight ,a public policy and opinion resource on current political issues. He is the author of A Return to Values: "From his blog:Labor Dept. targets Family Farms: Now it is Personal " (

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  1. They sent my Tax Return back AGAIN because of my response to the question: "List all dependents"

    I replied -

    20 million illegal immigrants
    3 million crack heads
    42 million unemployable people on food stamps
    2 million criminals in over 243 prisons
    Half of Mexico
    535 fools in the U.S. House and Senate.
    Apparently this was not an acceptable answer.

  2. California attorney Orly Taitz, who has brought a number of major legal challenges to Obama's eligibility in various courts up to the U.S. Supreme Court, has told WND that when Obama and his lawyer wrote a letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp last week refusing to attend the hearing on Obama's eligibility status, they included a copy of the image that the White House released last April.

    They also sent a copy to the court of Judge Michael Malihi, the hearing officer, whose ruling is expected to be made available in the next few days.

    That act, Taitz explained, effectively gave the court a copy of the White House documentation, and under ordinary rules of evidence the opposing side is supposed to have access to the original to verify the authenticity of the purported copy.

    "They submitted a copy and said this is a copy of the original birth certificate. Now the other party has a right to examine the original," she said.