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Post by Orlylicious » Thu Oct 26, 2017 11:59 pm

This would be quite a look for Orly, from Amazon's Tokyo Fashion Week. :P






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:twisted: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/press-relea ... -bergdahl/ :twisted:
Press Release: Orly Taitz files a petition for President Trump and Secretary of DOD Mattis to order DOD to appeal the decision by the military judge to give no prison term to deserter Bergdahl
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Press Release: Orly Taitz files a petition for President Trump and Secretary of DOD Mattis to order DOD to appeal the decision by the military judge to give no prison term to deserter Bergdahl

President of Defend Our Freedoms Foundation, Attorney and Doctor Orly Taitz, filed a petition for President Trump, as Commander in Chief and General Mattis, as the Secretary of DOD, to direct DOD to file an appeal of the recent decision by the military judge, Jeff Nance, which freed deserter Bowe Bergdahl. This deserter left his post in Afghanistan. Multiple soldiers were killed and severely wounded searching for him. Obama traded top five terrorists from GITMO for Bergdahl!

Bergdahl was facing a life in prison for desertion. A decision by the judge to give him no prison time whatsoever, is unconscionable. President Trump called this decision a travesty. Talk is cheap. We need action! Department of Defense can file an appeal of this decision. After the appeal reaches the top level in the military, it goes to the federal Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia. From there the decision goes to the Supreme Court. We need this decision to be appealed up to the Supreme Court, if need be, we need justice to be done! Please, spread the word! Sign the petition below!

URL: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petiti ... e-bergdahl

Decision by the military judge, Jeff Nance, to release the deserter, Bowe Bergdahl, and not give him any prison time, affects the military, families of soldiers, who were killed and wounded while searching for this deserter. This decision is a travesty of justice and a mockery of justice. President Trump, as Commander in Chief, and Secretary of DOD, Mattis, can order DOD to file an appeal of the decision. Appeal can go up to the Supreme Court. By Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ, President of Defend Our Freedoms Foundation
:twisted: www.OrlyTaitzESQ.com :twisted:
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Dolly wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2017 7:58 pm
Orly Taitz files a petition for President Trump and Secretary of DOD Mattis to order DOD to appeal the decision by the military judge to give no prison term to deserter Bergdahl
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"Files" is a ... generous word: Taitz in actuality initiated a WTP "petition," a site that the current administration has been vigorously ignoring.
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Post by Notorial Dissent » Sat Nov 04, 2017 9:01 pm

If I understand the protocol correctly, they'd have to go to the Military Court of Appeals to even start that process and isn't that more likely to blow up in their faces than not?? At which point I would think the "undo influence" light would be going in to overdrive. LaRump's already done enough damage, and I doubt if Mattis gives a damn, he has too many other fires to put out before he starts lighting any new ones.
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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:49 pm

Can Maybenaut comment on the clounselor at law’s legal reasoning please?

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:49 pm
Can Maybenaut comment on the clounselor at law’s legal reasoning please?
As soon as she finishes laughing.
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Post by realist » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:48 am

It’s more likely, IMO, that Maybenaut would see Orly’s “petition” and this provide her insight ifnit were posted in the Bergdahl thread.

Just a suggestion.
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Post by Mikedunford » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:49 am

ZekeB wrote:
Sun Nov 05, 2017 4:36 am
Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:49 pm
Can Maybenaut comment on the clounselor at law’s legal reasoning please?
As soon as she finishes laughing.
So we should pencil that in for a week from Thursday?
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Post by Notorial Dissent » Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:40 am

ZekeB wrote:
Sun Nov 05, 2017 4:36 am
Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:49 pm
Can Maybenaut comment on the clounselor at law’s legal reasoning please?
As soon as she finishes laughing.
And gets up off the floor.
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Post by Orlylicious » Tue Nov 07, 2017 1:14 am

Well, it's been THREE days since Orly shared her magnificent petition (complete with free promo link to her webstye) with the universe.

I'm sure, like Realist and me, you've been thinking, wow this petition is a great idea and Orly might get millions of people to sign up and be back on top again so Jeff Sessions has to beg her to take a/his job at DOJ. :P

But no, something must be wrong with the petition website, curses! It's like when treasonous YouTube personally stopped her counter at 300 views, it's SABOTAGE! Rharon needs to do a feature on this right away, something must be broken on the site again like during Lakin because there's only.............. 117 signatures!

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The heat is on, will Orly's petition exceed the 6,141 of Lakin? Get busy Lena, this is not a good start.

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Here Rharon, Here's the story you can print, all done for you. Changed up the Lakin story :lol: ) :

Is the Taitz Petition Signature Count Accurate?
SIGNATURES REGISTERING, BUT SLOWLY
by Sharon Rondeau

(XXX. XX, 2017) — A petition asking for some ridiculous thing shows 117 signatures as of 11:29 p.m. EST on Tuesday.

Launched on Saturday, dozens have reported signing or attempting to sign without having received the necessary confirmation link.

Based on solely the number of comments that might have been submitted in response to subject articles here if we had done them, the number of signatories should theoretically be much higher. On Sunday evening, The Post & Email’s readership might have skyrocketed in response to its publication of an interview with the petition’s author, Orly Taitz, which may have been widely circulated on Facebook and through email by supporters except we didn't do it.

The petition does not yet appear to have the requisite 150 signatures to be placed in a visible place on the White House website, although a petition which could not have been launched before Saturday, has been moved to the main page.

How the never mighty Birther Queen has fallen. Orly had her chance, at her peak she had a shot at Wife Swap but it's been downhill since then. At this point, maybe if she became an ISIS fighter, or admits she was paid by Russia the whole time, she'd get back in the news... will take something drastic, spectacular and maybe even profound. Can she pull it off?


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Post by Maybenaut » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:28 am

Mikedunford wrote:
Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:49 am
ZekeB wrote:
Sun Nov 05, 2017 4:36 am
Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:49 pm
Can Maybenaut comment on the clounselor at law’s legal reasoning please?
As soon as she finishes laughing.
So we should pencil that in for a week from Thursday?
I don’t read this thread very often, but decided to check in — and imagine my surprise when I saw this.

No, Orly, neither the President nor the SECDEF is going to order the Army to appeal the sentence.

First of all, the sentence is inchoate until the convening authority acts, so the appellate courts lack jurisdiction.

Second, when the convening authority does act, the most hd can do is reduce the sentence. There is an interesting twist here, though. There is a nice legal fiction in the military that says a dishonorable discharge or bad conduct discharge is actually worse than confinement. So the convening authority could in theory set aside the punitive discharge and order some period of confinement [what a punitive discharge us “worth” in terms if a swap for cinfinement is not set in stone, but the CAAF has aooroved at least a year fir a BCD]. But the cases where that has been approved have all involved clemency requests where the member Was asking for his discglharge ti be set aside, and the CA was happy to oblige. Bergdahl was a DD striker (that’s what we call people who specifically request or concede the appropriateness of a punitive discharge). I think it’s unlikely he’d ask to have it set aside by the CA — I’m sure his counsel knowsbthe risk of doing that. And I really doubt the Staff Judge Advocate would make such a recommendation because that would mean a concession by the government that the punishment was a little harsh.

Third, there is no appellate jurisdiction over a Government appeal of the sentence. Article 62, UCMJ, provides for government interlocutory appeals; it doesn’t apply to sentences.

Fourth, Article 66, UCMJ, does give the Court of Criminal apoeals the authortity to approve “only so much of the sentence” as it finds “ought to be aporoved.” That “only so much” language has been interpreted to mean that the CCA can lessen, but not enlarge, the sentence as it was adjudged by the sentencing authority and approved by the military judge.

Fifth, although the government under Article 69, UCMJ, can refera case for appeal that is not subject to automatic review (dude didn’t get a harsh enough sentence), i think all they’re allowed to do there is just forward the case, then the court treats it like every ither appeal. But there are limits. In a 69 review case, the inly thing the Court is permitted to review are legal errors — the appropriateness if the sentence is off the table. And in any event, since he got a DD, Bergdahl’s case will be subject to to automatic review under Article 66.

Sixth, even if the government could appeal this decision (which it cannot), as Notorial Dissent aptly pointed out, any appeal done by direction of the President or SECDEF, raises the specter of unlawful command influence. The government has trod that particular path much of late; they won’t be going there again.

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Post by ZekeB » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:46 am

I'll bet Taitz thinks she knows more about military law than civilian law. She already knows civilian law through and through. I'm sure she'll find a loophole. :rotflmao:
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Post by Northland10 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:50 am

Executive summary:

Orly is fractally wrong. It's wrongness within wrongness.
Edit: thanks for the explanation Maybe.
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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:46 am

Thanks, Maybe.

"That's not how it works. That's not how it works at all." Not only is this a TV commercial (and a description of every episode of Bull), but it's the legal life of Orly Taitz, Clounselor at Law. And star of Taft Law Skool 'n Stuff. Taitz has her own emoji, too: :rolleye:

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Post by Foggy » Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:26 am

Hay now, she only got it 100% wrong. Big improvement over past efforts. :koolaid:
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Post by Notorial Dissent » Tue Nov 07, 2017 4:22 pm

Maybe, loved you simple and concise explanation of why Taitz' latest fantasy isn't going to happen, but I have to say you will have lost her at the seventh word in, and from there on it was total brain fart for her.
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Post by Northland10 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 9:20 am

bob wrote:
Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:48 am
The vote on Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal is planned for next Wednesday, September 27th, three days before the September 30 guideline. Call Paul, Collins, Murkowski and McCain, demand they vote YES

Last Obamacare repeal bill was 1 vote short, as 3 Republicans: John McCain, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski voted no.
:twisted: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/the-vote-on ... -vote-yes/ :twisted:
With Maine approving the Medicaid expansion by referendum (and a good margin), it sounds like Senator Collins was representing the wishes of her constituents. Orly would probably claim that Senators are supposed to follow the instructions of the Party and their Dear Leader.

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Post by Sam the Centipede » Wed Nov 08, 2017 10:26 am

Northland10 wrote:
Wed Nov 08, 2017 9:20 am
bob wrote:
Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:48 am
The vote on Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal is planned for next Wednesday, September 27th, three days before the September 30 guideline. Call Paul, Collins, Murkowski and McCain, demand they vote YES

Last Obamacare repeal bill was 1 vote short, as 3 Republicans: John McCain, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski voted no.
:twisted: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/the-vote-on ... -vote-yes/ :twisted:
With Maine approving the Medicaid expansion by referendum (and a good margin), it sounds like Senator Collins was representing the wishes of her constituents. Orly would probably claim that Senators are supposed to follow the instructions of the Party and their Dear Leader.

You can take the girl out of the USSR....
No! Orly would claim that senators should do whatever fits in with her hate-fueled preferences and then find the justification to fit, whether that be following the party line, doing what their constituents wish, doing what some pressure group recommends, doing what the president wants, honoring the aims of the Founding Fathers, anything. Consistency is NEVER an important issue with these nutters.

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Ted Cruz is right, GOP is making a big mistake by taking away many deductions. I believe GOP might lose a lot of seats, including control of the House, if they take away deductions for state and local taxes and mortgage deduction

This weekend my husband and I attended an event. We were seated next to a couple of longtime Republican supporters and donors. These people were extremely angry. I’ve known this couple for over 10 years and I never saw the husband so angry. He stated that he was a Republican for many years and he will not vote for Republicans ever again, if GOP passes this current tax bill and takes away from people their deductions for state and local taxes and mortgage deduction. He felt that the property value of houses might go down by about 20% and many GOP donors will not vote for GOP.

Senator Ted Cruz is saying that taking away or drastically cutting deductions for local and state taxes is a big mistake. Cruz is saying that instead GOP should abolish Obamacare tax, which would leave more money in the pockets of the tax payers and more taxable income that will help to balance the budget.

I believe that yesterday’s gubernatorial elections in VA and NJ are a warning shot for GOP. Remember, New Jersey voted for the Republican Governor twice just 4 years ago and 8 years ago, yet this time they voted for the Democrat by a big margin. The same is true in Virginia. Just two years ago Gillespie lost his senate bid in VA by only 1%. This time he lost by 8%. A lot of voters are angry with the GOP plan to take away from the taxpayers there deduction for state taxes and cutting the property deduction to $10,000, as well as cutting the mortgage deduction.

GOP has 47 seat majority in the House. Democrats need to flip 24 seats to get the House. Just three states, California, New York and New Jersey, where there are high state taxes and the voters are extremely angry about GOP taking away their state deductions, have about 28 GOP congressmen. If current GOP bill passes and those deductions are taken away from the livid voters, GOP can lose many of their seats in those blue states. Moreover, a total of 29 GOP congressmen from all over the country, including a number from Texas, announced their retirement or their decision to run for other offices. Incumbents usually get reelected by a 90% margin. The fact that so many GOP incumbents are leaving, is a real danger to the GOP majority.

In my opinion it is not too late for the GOP to change it’s tax plan and leave the state and local tax deductions as they are, as well as mortgage deduction, and instead abolish the Obamacare tax, which is extremely unpopular.
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Post by ZekeB » Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:49 pm

Take away ObamaCare subsidies and they'll lose plenty of seats. They're already treading water over this. You know Taitz. She lives in another reality.
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Orly Taitz, Captain Private Obvious.

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:57 pm
Orly Taitz, Captain Private Obvious Oblivious.
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Post by Orlylicious » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:48 pm

:lol: Don't take her SALT away! :towel:
Ted Cruz is right, GOP is making a big mistake by taking away many deductions. I believe GOP might lose a lot of seats, including control of the House, if they take away deductions for state and local taxes and mortgage deduction

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This weekend my husband and I attended an event. We were seated next to a couple of longtime Republican supporters and donors. These people were extremely angry. I’ve known this couple for over 10 years and I never saw the husband so angry. He stated that he was a Republican for many years and he will not vote for Republicans ever again, if GOP passes this current tax bill and takes away from people their deductions for state and local taxes and mortgage deduction. He felt that the property value of houses might go down by about 20% and many GOP donors will not vote for GOP.

Senator Ted Cruz is saying that taking away or drastically cutting deductions for local and state taxes is a big mistake. Cruz is saying that instead GOP should abolish Obamacare tax, which would leave more money in the pockets of the tax payers and more taxable income that will help to balance the budget.

I believe that yesterday’s gubernatorial elections in VA and NJ are a warning shot for GOP. Remember, New Jersey voted for the Republican Governor twice just 4 years ago and 8 years ago, yet this time they voted for the Democrat by a big margin. The same is true in Virginia. Just two years ago Gillespie lost his senate bid in VA by only 1%. This time he lost by 8%. A lot of voters are angry with the GOP plan to take away from the taxpayers there deduction for state taxes and cutting the property deduction to $10,000, as well as cutting the mortgage deduction.

GOP has 47 seat majority in the House. Democrats need to flip 24 seats to get the House. Just three states, California, New York and New Jersey, where there are high state taxes and the voters are extremely angry about GOP taking away their state deductions, have about 28 GOP congressmen. If current GOP bill passes and those deductions are taken away from the livid voters, GOP can lose many of their seats in those blue states. Moreover, a total of 29 GOP congressmen from all over the country, including a number from Texas, announced their retirement or their decision to run for other offices. Incumbents usually get reelected by a 90% margin. The fact that so many GOP incumbents are leaving, is a real danger to the GOP majority.

In my opinion it is not too late for the GOP to change it’s tax plan and leave the state and local tax deductions as they are, as well as mortgage deduction, and instead abolish the Obamacare tax, which is extremely unpopular.

By Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ
http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/ted-cruz-is ... and-local/

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I hate to see Ted Cruz capitalize on anything because he is an easy man to really really hate who is not a natural born citizen :lol: but ran for President anyway. He is correct in saying that we should not take away deductions such as house deductions, state and local taxes deduction. However, if it can be shown that the revised taxes take into consideration these deductions then OK.

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Post by bob » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:39 pm

Senator Blumenthal met his wife when she was a 16 y.o. kid and he was a 31 y.o. Attorney General of CT. Why don’t members of Congress tell him to resign?

Firstly, I would like to state that I do not believe the allegations that the former Chief Judge of the Supreme Court of Alabama and the current leading candidate for senate from AL, engaged in inappropriate contact with a 14 year old girl some 40 years ago.

Moore ran for the Supreme Court of AL twice and won twice. If something were to happen, this woman would have spoken out then. After all, the position of the Chief Judge of the Supreme Court of the State is very important. The fact that this allegaion comes right before the election, 40 years after the fact, makes me believe that it is not true.

But let me mention another thing, let’s look at this from another angle. Below is the piture of the Democratic Party Senator of Connecticut, Richard Blumenthal and his wife and an excerpt from an article about Cunthia Malkin, Blumenthal’s wife. Richard Blumenthal met her when she was only 16 and he was a 31 year old Attorney General of Connecticut. He later married her. So, nobody on the senate finds that inappropriate. Why doesn’t John McCain call for Blumenthal to resign? And keep in mind, this fact is just an icing on the cake, on top of Blumenthal’s admitted lying, when Blumenthal claimed to serve in Vietnam, while the closest he got to Vietnam, was watching it on TV in his mom’s living room.

In my opinion, the establishment US senators call for Moore to step aside because he is nit a part of the club, he is not a part of the globalist mafia.

I personally met Judge Moore and his wife, when I was invited to attend the Christian Broadcasting conference in Nashville, TN. Judge Moore and his wife posed for a picture with me. The picture was destroyed when my my prior web site was taken down and lost. At the conference I talked to Judge Moore and he fully supported my work. His associate, Ben DuPre, signed a recommendation for me to be accepted to the bar of the Supreme Court.

Evelyn Bradly, who was on the board of Defend Our Freedoms Foundation[*] until she passed away, met Judge Moore as well. She traveled to Alabama when Judge Moore was ordered to take down the monument with 10 commandments. Ms. Bradley had only good things to say about Judge Moore. At a time the Supreme Court of the US acted with much hypocrisy. In the entrance hall of the Supreme Court of the United States there is a huge statue of Moses. It is there because Moses gave us 10 commandments, the basis of jurisprudence, of the modern law all over the world. So, I ask: why is it ok for the Supreme court to have a statue of Mosesand biblical engravngs on the building, but it was not ok for the Supreme Court of Alabama to have the statue with10 commandments in fron of the building?

Similarly, I am asking why nobody is shocked that Senator Blumenthal met his wife when she was a 16 year old kid and he a 31 year old powerful attorney general of the state, but they are so shocked about allegations about Judge Moore,

I believe those allegations are not true, Judge Moore fought for the US constitution all his life and will continue fighting for the constitution as the US Senator. Please, disregard these allegations coming at the eve of the election, please, support Judge Moore for the US Senate.
:twisted: http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/senator-blu ... to-resign/ :twisted:

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