Orly Taitz

She said she's never even spoken to Trump about Obama's birth certificate.
But the "Birther Queen" famous for challenging President Barack Obama's eligibility to serve as president did get about 3
Orly Taitz, who gained notoriety with her lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama's eligibility to serve as president
Mike Zullo Slams Orly Taitz As 'Mind Boggling'
During an interview with Carl Gallups of PPSIMMONS radio, Zullo called Taitz' recent criticism of Arpaio "mind-boggling." He
By now, if you haven't heard of Orly Taitz -- well, read no further. You are winning at the game of life. Whatever amount
Russell County Clerk Mary Nuss told The Huffington Post that Baker will be issued a certificate of election on Monday when
A New York state judge has fined a Brooklyn-based birther activist and ordered him to pay $177,000 for a lawsuit he filed
Salon reports Geller snapped at Taitz after she asked multiple questions about President Barack Obama's birth certificate
On Feb. 3, Jones appeared on "The Jaco Report," a Missouri political news show, where he explained his involvement in the
Birther attorney Philip Berg called birther queen Orly Taitz’s actions “deplorable” this week before the 9th Circuit Court
Birther queen Orly Taitz has announced details of her planned road trip to lobby Congress and the Supreme Court next week
Perhaps the reason Tim Jones and his colleagues are pushing legislation that could cripple public schools, destroy unions and eliminate a state income tax is because of "close, personal constituents" like retired St. Louis billionaire Rex Sinquefield, who contributed $100,000 to Jones' reelection campaign.
Niceley's bill states that the rules changes would not take effect until after the 2014 election, where Sen. Lamar Alexander
This is not the first time Taitz has called on her supporters to rally in Washington. Last month she tried to organize a
U.S. District Judge Andrew Guilford ordered Taitz this week to write up to 10 pages on why he should not sanction her for
Taitz, a lawyer, dentist and real estate agent from Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., has long claimed that Obama's Social
Shouldn't we stop inviting the Jonses, Taitzes, and Becks of the world on national television, letting them embarrass themselves, and then scurrying back to our columns, blogs, and Facebook pages to cite them as representations of mainstream conservative thought?