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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Alan Keyes
Susan Hill is a prize-winning author who deals in uncommon darkness. This time, it's a psychopath who finds happiness in strangling elderly women.
The Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal challenging President Obama's U.S. citizenship and his eligibility to serve as commander in chief.
The Washington Times, in stories published Oct. 16 and July 6, misreported the tax status of Renew America, the "activism arm" of Declaration Foundation, a D.C.-based tax-exempt organization headed by former Ambassador and presidential candidate Alan Keyes. Renew America is not a tax-exempt organization.
Graduates of the university have staged campaigns to cut off donations to the school, and pro-life leaders have been staging protests and getting arrested throughout May. On Friday, former Republican presidential hopeful Alan Keyes, a priest who leads a pro-life group and 19 others were arrested after marching onto Notre Dame's campus, the Associated Press reported.
In his 1999 article about the gun control movement, "The Armed Defense of Liberty," Alan Keyes wrote, "Perhaps more important than the physical disarmament the government is attempting is the moral disarmament that accompanies it.