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This show covers the Obama eligibility movement from a legal and factual perspective and politics in general. There is no show on Christmas night. I hope everyone has a wonderful and safe holiday week.

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This a weekly show covering the Obama eligibility movement, the cases, and politics in general. Special Thursday night show this week only. Discuss the SCOTUS win for President Obama and the latest on the ballot challenges. It is... more

This a weekly show covering the Obama eligibility movement, the cases, and politics in general. Jerry Collette who is trying to remove President Obama from the ballot in FLorida will be my guest this week.

Orly's hearing today lasted an hour and a quarter. TFB member A Legal Lohengrin will report on the hearing.

Tonight we will folllow the election returns from the California primary to see if the Republicans go completely wacky and choose Birther Orly Taitz as their standard beare in the November election for US Senate against likely opponent... more

RC Radio's "Intrepid Reporter" give an account of the hearing yesterday in Brooklyn before Judge Schack in the Strunk v NY State Board of Elections, et. al. case.

Hooray, hooray tis the first of May! Outdoor Birther mocking starts today. It's the May Day edition of RC Radio.

Our favorite experts in military justice return to RC Radio. COL Dwight Sullivan and CDR Phil Cave are back to discuss the current happenings in the world of military law. Phil Cave will review the administrative separation of SGT Stein for... more

Ballot challenges galore! Apuzzo gets his hearing on the merits in New Jersey. What will be the outcome? Orly goes to the Old South next week in Mississippi. The appeals in Georgia fall flat. Santorum calls it quits. Sheriff Joe's... more

This a weekly show covering the Obama eligibility movement, the cases, and politics in general.

This a weekly show covering the Obama eligibility movement, the cases, and politics in general.
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