(Sep. 19, 2020) — Neither of Senator Kamala Harris’ parents were U.S. Citizens when Kamala was born in 1964 in CA. Kamala Harris was born to a Jamaican Citizen father (minus one stool leg) and to a Citizen of India mother (minus the 2nd stool leg). They both were sojourning in the USA on temporary VISA’s. Thus she was born with multiple citizenship and allegiance to a foreign country, divided allegiance at birth.
(Sep. 18, 2020) — U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Friday evening from pancreatic cancer, Bloomberg and other outlets reported, citing a statement issued by the court.
September 17, 2020Dear Editor,There was a bloke I nicknamed “Hollywood”, who, when a very high-ranking Victoria Police officer was very often on the tele and responsible for an email instructing police not to pursue speeding-in-getaway-cars criminals and/or shoot at them in/from cars, or something like that, and his name was Andrew Crisp?
(Sep. 15, 2020) — The U.S. might be going through its share of political and civil unrest, but it remains a viable option for foreign investors. Here’s what to know.
(Sep. 10, 2020) — President Trump gave a press conference Thursday afternoon in which he said that the U.S. infection rate for coronavirus has reduced significantly, by 44% since the month of July.
(Sep. 9, 2020) — Many of you have been warned that if Donald Trump does not receive 271 Electoral College votes as of March 4th, 2021, Pelosi will be appointed to serve as interim President. That, my friends, is not true and it will never happen.
(Sep. 12, 2020) — An analysis of the bias-riddled Tennessee grand jury system has prompted Herbert Slatery 3rd, the state’s attorney general and lead prosecutor, to put on his workgloves, grab tongs and string rows of concertina wire between him and the people of Tennessee.
(Aug. 31, 2020) — On Sunday evening, former U.S. Army Capt. Gary Mason sent an email to the office of U.S. Senator for Maryland Ben Cardin which garnered an unusually rapid response.
(Aug. 31, 2020) — This part of former U.S. Army Capt. Gary Mason’s story unfolds as he was awaiting a response from the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Justice Department and the office of Maryland U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin regarding complaints he filed against his command in Hawaii, where he had been assigned between the summer of 2008 and early June 2012. Mason believed he had been treated in a discriminatory fashion after reporting a physical assault he sustained from an enlisted soldier while deployed to Iraq as well as making his command aware that fellow African-American soldiers within the same unit related similar incidents to him which went unaddressed and were clearly affecting their mental health.
(May 18, 2020) — Less than a year after former Capt. Gary Mason received a “medical” discharge from the Army under duress, his wife, Shahnaaz, also an Army veteran, was informed she had been selected for consideration to join then-First Lady Michelle Obama on a trip to the Invictus Games in the United Kingdom.
(May 18, 2020) — Military status verification in the United States can be required for various purposes. This article discusses how you can verify your or someone else’s military status.
(May 8, 2020) — In Part 1 of this title, a subsection of the larger story of former Army Capt. Gary Mason, Mason related how separate face-to-face encounters in 2014 with then-President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden failed to change the Army’s trajectory of discharging Mason on the basis of a “medical retirement” after 15 years of service despite the Masons’ direct entreaties to Biden for intervention.
(May 4, 2020) — For the last two years, The Post & Email has been relating the story of former U.S. Army Capt. Gary Mason, who was discharged in 2015 as “disabled,” a diagnosis Mason received after he attempted to expose what he saw as injustices, abuse of power, and possible racism within the command structure.