By Jerome R. Corsi
Over the process greater than 3 years of study, Jerome Corsi assembles the proof that Barack Obama is constitutionally ineligible for the place of work of the presidency.
As a brand new York occasions bestselling writer, Harvard graduate, and investigative journalist, Corsi exposes intimately key matters with Obama's eligibility, together with the actual fact the President has spent thousands of greenbacks in criminal charges to prevent delivering the yank individuals with whatever so simple as a long-form beginning certificate.
The eligibility factor has significant ramifications for each American, and during Corsi's in-depth learn, a transparent, concise, and compelling case is made for a go back to Founding Father ideas and obvious, constitutional govt, ranging from the head down.
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