Jeff Schreiber update


African Press International, Michelle Obama, Jerome Corsi confirms, Jeff Schreiber update, October 15, 2008, Michelle Obama tape, Michelle Obama racist remarks, Obama Indonesian

The African Press International blog published an article October 15, 2008 stating that Michelle Obama called them and said:  “African press International is supposed to support Africans and African-American view,” Here are exerpts from the article: “Shocking development: Mrs Obama decides enough is enough: “My husband was born in Hawaii and adopted by his step father, does that make him unpatriotic; she asks”, on a direct telephone to API. Posted by africanpress on October 15, 2008 Accusing API of colluding with American internet bloggers in an effort to bring downRead More

Philip J Berg lawsuit, October 2, 2008, Update, Obama motion, US State Department denies subpoena request, Jeff Schreiber update, Judge Surrick, No decision

There has been no decision from Judge Surrick regarding Philip J Berg’s response to Obama’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit. Philip J Berg’s subpoena request to the U.S. State Department has also been denied. Jeff Schreiber provides an update: “Berg’s Subpoena Request Denied by U.S. State Department Philip Berg hit a speed bump this afternoon. In a letter from David Newman of the Office of Legal Adviser for the U.S. Department of State, his attempted service of subpoena on the Vital Records Section of the State Department and a pairRead More

Philip J Berg lawsuit, Response to Obama motion, Jeff Schreiber update, Judge Surrick order, Ruling, Obama must prove citizenship?, Supreme Court next?

Jeff Schreiber, law student, legal writer and blog owner contacted Citizen Wells on this blog last night. Here is Jeff Schreiber’s comment: “We’ll see on the standing issue. I’m expecting an order from Judge Surrick any day now — in fact, I’m surprised it hasn’t come down before now. To the folks here at Citizen Wells: As of now, 3:36am on Wednesday, my blog site ( is down due to a problem with Google. Should something happen in the court, I may very likely get a hold of it beforeRead More