Friday, April 6, 2012

Your Quick Guide — Vetting the Potential Picks for Vice President

by Tiffany Gabbay

As Mitt Romney stands poised to claim the Republican presidential nomination after a hard-fought primary race, speculation abounds as to who he may choose to stand by his side as he battles President Obama in the general election. Some have suggested Florida Senator Marco Rubio is a shoe-in, while a jovial Senator John McCain jested that Sarah Palin should be given a second go-around in a vice presidential run.

The Romney campaign may seek a more low-key approach with its vice presidential pick than did the McCain camp with its maverick, Sarah Palin. Thus, strategists wager it will be a choice tempered by balance and pragmatism, rather than sensationalism.

But in retrospect, both Palin and Biden complimented their running mates by providing attributes the other lacked. In Obama’s case, Biden provided experience. In McCain’s case, Palin provided energy and youthfulness combined with conservatism. Such counter-balancing is typically sought in a vice presidential pick.

While providing balance is crucial in any vice presidential candidate, the ability to deliver battleground states such as Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida are perhaps what count most in this particular election. But it is not enough to just be from a swing state — the candidate would have to offer a probability of actually delivering it. In short, the person chosen will likely bring both balance and a swing-state to the table.

How times for a vice president have changed
Historically, the office of vice president was one often decried by some of its very inhabitants for the lack of responsibility entrusted in the second-in-command. It was perhaps not until Richard Nixon and later, George H.W. Bush and Dick Cheney, that a vice president quietly, in times of need, truly played a hands-on role in helping to steer the course of the nation.

Today, the office is considered an honor and a privilege as well as a stepping stone to the presidency itself. But so little did politicians of yesteryear think of the role, that John Nance Garner, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first vice president, is reported to have described the office “not worthy of a pitcher of warm p*ss.” Likewise, David Webster turned down a vice presidential offer with the comment, “I do not intend to be buried until I am dead.”

Shockingly, these remarks came after decades of improvement in the perception and treatment of the vice president. This was made painfully apparent by Garret Hobart, vice president under President William McKinley, who managed to eke out the unofficial title “assistant to the president.” As the late Herbert Klein of AEI pointed out, that was an exception “never repeated.”

Aside from a few spotty invitations over the course of decades, no subsequent vice president ever even attended cabinet meetings until Franklin D. Roosevelt raised the cache of the office by inviting Vice Presidents Garner and later, Henry Wallace and Harry Truman to attend cabinet meetings.

In retrospect, such a policy of exclusion seems counterproductive given the fact that the vice president must step in and lead should the sitting president be rendered unable. It would have made sense, one would think, for a vice president to have been made privy to cabinet meetings. Nonetheless, that is how the office once functioned. Conversely, in today’s day and age, the vice president is a celebrity of his or her own. And speculation surrounding vice presidential short lists are almost as interesting to the public as the actual presidential nomination.

Which brings us back to the present day…

What the Romney campaign will look for
Romney possesses the business acumen and executive experience typically sought in presidential candidates. What some members of his base claim he lacks, however, are deeply conservative credentials. Other factors to weigh against the candidate for vice president include age, ability to actually lead in the event he or she takes over the presidency, and ability to be an effective campaigner.

Many feel the best bets for this selection are from the ranks of governors, but geography (swing states), political prowess and philosophy, along with strength are all key factors in the selection process.

After reviewing the potential candidates below, be sure to head over to The Blaze Blog to vote for your pick in our GOP “Veepstakes” poll.

Present day contenders 
Marco Rubio – The son of Cuban exiles, few have generated more vice presidential buzz than

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freshman Florida Senator Marco Rubio. His popularity suggests he has what it takes to deliver Florida’s large number of electoral votes and would put the state on the map for spawning its first vice president in history. Another impetus for a potential Rubio-pick may also be certain pitfalls the GOP seeks to compensate for — namely in its appeal to women and minority voters. Bear in mind John McCain, despite his popularity among Hispanics and his long record supporting immigration reform, still fared abysmally among Hispanic voters in the 2008 election compared to Obama.  Given his Tea Party credentials, Hispanic heritage and potential to swing Florida in Romney’s favor, Marco Rubio is on nearly everyone’s short list.

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie 

Allen West– One of the less touted but perhaps more intriguing choices for vice president, freshman Congressman Allen West offers a variety of attributes that could potentially balance Romney’s resume effectively. A favorite among Tea Party members and everyday Republicans alike, West represents a significant Florida district encompassing West Palm Beach, Boca Raton and most of Fort Lauderdale. He has earned credibility for going toe-to-toe with the liberal establishment and has been an outspoken opponent of fellow Florida legislator and Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz. With a long tradition of service to run his family, West would also lend substantial military prowess to a Romney administration. Ultimately achieving the rank of lieutenant colonel, West served in the United States Army for more than 20 years of active duty service, including several combat deployments in Iraq. As an African-American, West has never shied away from issues of race, often breaking with his own Congressional Black Caucus when its members engaged in race-baiting and other tactics with which he disagrees.

Rob Portman – Currently a junior senator from Ohio, Portman is slowly becoming the speculated-

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favorite among media pundits. This may very well be due to his potential to deliver Ohio combined with his straightforward nature and ability to speak frankly on difficult issues. Portman served as congressman for the state’s 2nd congressional district, which includes the Cincinnati suburbs, from 1993 to 2005. He began his career campaigning for President George H. W. Bush and served in his administration as a legislative liaison until he became Director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs.  Before joining the ranks of the Senate, Portman authored or co-authored over a dozen bills while in the House that became law, including legislation to reform the Internal Revenue Service. Pete Sepp of the National Taxpayers Union said, “He set a professional work environment that rose above partisanship and ultimately gave taxpayers more rights.” Portman voted for the Ryan Budget.

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie 

Nikki Haley– South Carolina Governor Nimrata Nikki Randhawa Haley, or simply, Nikki Haley, is one of the few women currently being discussed as a potential pick for vice president. At age 40, Haley is the youngest current governor in the country and the first woman to serve as governor of her state. Haley, once a favorite among Tea Party members, lost support after endorsing Romney but there is still the chance she could curry favor with the group once more and even win them to Romney’s side. An accountant by trade, Haley likely grasps issues important to business owners as she worked in her own family business, an upscale clothing firm, which reportedly grew into a multi-million dollar company. She is the daughter of Sikh immigrants from Punjab, India, and has been a tough critic of illegal immigration. She also supports a law requiring that voters present photo identification at the polls.

Bob McDonnell– Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell lends executive experience and

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military background to the table. Head of the Republican Governors’ Association, the former Virginia
Attorney General has been on pundits‘ and strategists’ radars as an interesting choice for vice president.
Perhaps a nod to his conservative credentials, McDonnell held his ground amid fierce criticism from the left over signing a bill requiring Virginia women to have an ultrasound prior to undergoing an abortion. He has waived off the criticism, saying candidly that Democrats use social issues to detract from the most important matters at hand, which, for McDonnell, is the economy.

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie 

Mitch Daniels – Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels is one of the more seasoned candidates currently being vetted. Serving the Bush administration as director of the Office of Management and Budget, Daniels was also a member of the National Security Council and the Homeland Security Council. The governor is currently on an eight-day trip to Israel, which will reportedly include a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The move could indicate that Daniels is considering a run for higher office.

Paul Ryan – The young House superstar could potentially deliver

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Wisconsin, a swing state, and is slated to be chairman of the Ways and Means Committee in 2015. While the position is not one he would acquire if he were to be elected alongside Romney, the nod still speaks highly of his abilities. Ryan is also a key player in one of the largest issues of the day — the budget — and put a spotlight on the GOP’s role in seeking solutions to the matter.

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie 

Chris Christie – The man on everyone’s radar, Chris Christie has become a larger-than-life figure for what many view is his effective leadership and frank, plainspoken manner. While some on the right do not consider Christie conservative enough, he has still managed to garner a dedicated following among Republicans. Strategists believe, however, that for as popular as he is, the New Jersey Governor will not be able to deliver his home state in the general election. There is also the perception among some conservatives that Christie leans moderate, and therefore would not provide enough balance to Romney’s stance on any number of issues. These issues combined diminish Christie’s chance at gaining the nod.

Condoleezza Rice – A wild card and one who does not yet appear interested in a vice presidential

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tap, conservatives could argue that there would be no better choice for second-in-command than the former Secretary of State. Ironically, far-left activist Van Jones couldn’t agree more. While some might consider her association with the Bush administration a negative, her decades-long foreign policy experience and role as a diplomat and stateswoman lend her the background and credibility voters could be confident in. As a woman and an African-American, Condi Rice also provides the diversity any campaign would crave.

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie 

Tim Pawlenty– The former Minnesota governor endorsed Romney shortly after he bowed out of the race himself.  While viewed a safe choice for his loyalty and executive experience, strategists believe Pawlenty would not generate enough excitement with the GOP base nor would he effectively rally independents.

Sarah Palin – John McCain recently joked that Romney should consider giving former Alaska

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie

Governor Sarah Palin another go. While the former vice presidential candidate has name recognition and Tea Party prowess — along with a socially conservative bend — it is unlikely she would be tapped by Romney to be his running mate in 2012.

Rick Santorum – Primary rivals often make for obvious running mates. Such is the case for former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum. The Romney rival could prove a beneficial vice presidential choice as his social conservatism would balance Romney’s more moderate bent. With few other viable options who could potentially deliver the swing state, Santorum could also very well turn Pennsylvania red in a general election.

The Blaze Profiles Potential Vice Presidential Pics Including Rob Portman, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie
Time will tell  
In nearly every presidential election cycle, speculation on vice presidential choices tends to run amok — and sometimes, the ultimate choice ends up being none of the usual suspects at all. While there is always the potential to play a wild card, such a drastic move seems unnecessary for a candidate as measured as Romney. It is likely Republicans will seek to rally their base and energize the electorate with a conservative who can deliver either Pennsylvania, Ohio or Florida. That being said, a candidate from a minority, or who offers strong military background, would provide the seemingly perfect compliment to Romney’s executive and private sector experience.

First Sgt. Stein...who will be next? 
By: Diane Sori

Sgt. Gary Stein, the Marine who criticized ‘the anointed one,’ Barack Hussein Obama, on his PERSONAL Facebook page, has committed misconduct and should be dismissed, according to the military board that heard his case.  The board also ruled that Stein be given an ‘other-than-honorable discharge’ which means he loses his benefits and is not be allowed on any military base.  The board's decision now goes to a general who will either accept or deny the ruling, and if denied, the case would go to the Secretary of the Navy who would have the final say.

So now it seems that no criticism of ‘the anointed one’ is allowed whatsoever.  While the military has had a policy in place since the Civil War that limited free speech of service members, including that which criticizes the commander-in-chief, there is something inherently wrong when an active service member ON THEIR OWN OFF DUTY TIME and on their own PERSONAL page cannot voice any opinions about the president, even when those opinions are clearly disclaimed as having been personal and not representative or endorsed by the military. 

And to make matters worse, ruling that the comments made by Sgt. Stein on his PERSONAL Facebook page were prejudicial to good order and discipline, and could have negatively influenced junior Marines is just ridiculous.

What’s even more ridiculous is that here you have a dedicated Marine who was going to re-enlist, being discharged from the military for comments, simple personal comments and opinions about a president who so clearly violates both the oath of office of the presidency and the Constitution.  Add to that that you have some in our military command who go along with this traitorous man instead of standing by one of their own who did nothing legally wrong.

Sgt. Stein is being hung out to dry for voicing an opinion while American-born muslim terrorist Nidal Hasan, the former Army psychiatrist who committed The Fort Hood Massacre, sits comfy and content in a jail cell (or is it a mental ward but no matter), while still collecting his full pay.  Again, the man who committed The Fort Hood Massacre, which killed 13 service people, one of whom was pregnant, and wounding 29 others, is collecting his military pay and benefits, and is retaining his position in the military.

Add to that the fact that even after e-mail communications were discovered between Hasan and Islamic cleric Anwar al-Awlaki (who declared Hasan a hero, for “fighting against the U.S. army is an Islamic duty”), Obama still had the audacity to say the massacre was a random act of workplace violence (thus denying the victims posthumous Purple Hearts), all the while knowing it was a deliberate premeditated attack against America.  Obama declared this as workplace violence in the name of political correctness so that he wouldn’t offend his muslim brethren who he always sides with even when it puts our service men and women in jeopardy or defames our military.

And now we have Sgt. Stein, whose mere words pose more of a danger than the actions of a cold-blooded murderer, being drummed out of the military and stripped of his rank for voicing a personal opinion against a man who is so obviously a traitor to the very country he swore to protect against all enemies both foreign and domestic.  Sgt. Stein said he wouldn’t take any unconstitutional orders from Obama; well you know what, if I was in the military neither would I, as I’m sure most of our brave men and women in uniform wouldn’t either.

And what’s even more appalling is that a dangerous precedent has been set with the conviction of Sgt. Stein, because if one of our own military members can be convicted for posting mere comments against Obama it is only a matter of time until one of us civilians will be the next one on trial.

Another Thing The Liberal Media Won’t Tell You About Obama

Barack Obama Phone SC Another Thing The Liberal Media Wont Tell You About Obama

Pushed by Barack Obama’s naked attempts to destroy our economy, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has made up his mind: he will look west to China when he is ready to sell his nation’s crude oil.  Barack Obama has won this round to destroy America’s economy, and we have lost.

Anyone who thought that this dangerous game of “chicken” would end in our closest neighbor and one of our strongest allies knuckling under (and waiting until Obama was finished using our lives to squeeze more campaign funds from the far Left) has been proven wrong. This is really going to happen. The Democratic cheerleaders in the media won’t write about this catastrophe Obama has purposefully brought about, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen. Foreign media, fortunately,  feel no obligation to lie for Obama.

As reported by Sun News of Canada, PM Harper recently expressed his frustration and simultaneous resolve on this matter in a public conversation with former Democratic congresswoman Jane Harman. Harper said that he will not change his mind to help Obama fool Americans into believing he has worthy intentions regarding the matter of approving the Keystone pipeline, which would have delivered Canadian oil to Texas for refinement.

In front of a group of business representatives, energy experts, and reporters, Harper said “Look, the very fact that a ‘no’ could even be said underscores to our country that we must diversify our energy export markets. We cannot be, as a country, in a situation where our one and, in many cases, only energy partner could say no to our energy products. We just cannot be in that position.”

So there we have it. After three plus years of acting as a wrecking ball smashing through our economy, Obama has scored a double hit. He has choked off a major supply of oil and has insulted another ally.

Thanks to Obama, the damage from this bit of sabotage will take effect immediately; now that oil that has already been purchased from Canadian suppliers can’t be delivered, those contracts are dissolved. To honor them, the Canadians would have to incur extra expense to deliver oil at a price which, because of its previously agreed upon price, is now falling below its true market value by the day. That is not going to happen in the world where Obama and his EPA thugs have no control and his media can’t vilify capitalism.

The Canadians don’t give a damn what Barack Obama wants – they are in business to make a profit. Socialism is for Americans.

Military board says Marine who criticized Obama on Facebook should be dismissed 

Associated Press

Gary Stein

A Marine who criticized President Barack Obama on his Facebook page has committed misconduct and should be dismissed, a military board recommended late Thursday.

The Marine Corps administrative board made the decision after a daylong hearing at Camp Pendleton for Sgt. Gary Stein.

The board also recommended that Stein be given an other-then-honorable discharge. That would mean Stein would lose his benefits and would not be allowed on any military base.

The board's recommendations go to a general who will either accept or deny them. If the general disagrees with the board, the case could go to the secretary of the Navy.

Stein's lawyers argued that the 9-year Marine, whose service was to end in four months, was expressing his personal views and exercising his First Amendment rights.

"We're truly surprised and disappointed but it was an honor to fight for a hero like Sgt. Stein and every other Marine's right to speak freely," Stein's defense attorney Marine Capt. Jame Baehr said."

Stein addressed board members during Thursday's hearing, tell them he loved the Marine Corps and wanted to re-enlist, Baehr said.

During the hearing, the prosecutor, Capt. John Torresala, said Stein went as far as superimposing images of Obama's face on a poster for the movie "Jackass."

Torresala argued that Stein's behavior repeatedly violated Pentagon policy that limits the free speech rights of service members, and said he should be dismissed after ignoring warnings from his superiors about his postings.

The government submitted screen grabs of Stein's postings on one Facebook page he created called Armed Forces Tea Party, which the prosecutor said included the image of Obama on the "Jackass" movie poster. Stein also superimposed Obama's image on a poster for "The Incredibles" movie that he changed to "The Horribles," the prosecutor said.

Torresala also said anti-Obama comments by Stein that were posted on a Facebook page used by Marine meteorologists were prejudicial to good order and discipline, and could have influenced junior Marines.

Stein's security clearance was taken away and he has no future in the Marine Corps because he can't do his job without that clearance, Torresala said.

"The Marine Corps community views the command's lack of action as some kind of knock on good order and discipline," Torresala said. "Our own people are questioning why this Marine is not being held accountable."

Baehr said during the hearing that prosecutors were trying to dredge up any damaging information they could against Stein.

"There is no basis in this case," Baehr said. "Sgt. Stein has broken no law."

The military has had a policy since the Civil War limiting the free speech of service members, including criticism of the commander in chief.

Pentagon directives say military personnel in uniform cannot sponsor a political club; participate in any TV or radio program or group discussion that advocates for or against a political party, candidate or cause; or speak at any event promoting a political movement.

Commissioned officers also may not use contemptuous words against senior officials.

Backed by a team of lawyers and congressmen, Stein has said he is fighting for his constitutional rights and should be allowed to stay in the military. His lawyers and the American Civil Liberties Union contend his views are protected by the First Amendment.

"Think about how dangerous this could be if the U.S. government can prosecute you for something you say on your private Facebook page," Baehr said.

Stein has said his opinions are his own and has put a disclaimer on his Facebook page saying so. His attorneys argued service members have a right to voice their opinions as long as they do not appear to be presenting their views as being endorsed by the military. They say the Pentagon policy is vague and military officials do not understand it.

The Marine Corps has said it decided to take administrative action after Stein declared on Facebook that he would not follow orders from Obama and later clarified that statement saying he would not follow unlawful orders.

Stein could face other-than-honorable discharge while seeing his rank reduced to lance corporal and losing his benefits. The nine-year veteran was set to finish his service in four months.

He said he was removed from his job at the Marine Corps Recruiting Depot in San Diego last month and given a desk job with no access to computers.

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., a former Marine, wrote a letter to Stein's commanding officer stating the sergeant should not face dismissal for an opinion shared by a majority of Marines. Hunter said he was referring to Stein's statement that he would not obey unlawful orders. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., also expressed support for Stein.

Stein said his statement about Obama was part of an online debate about NATO allowing U.S. troops to be tried for the Quran burnings in Afghanistan.

In that context, he said, he was stating that he would not follow orders from the president if it involved detaining U.S. citizens, disarming them or doing anything else that he believes would violate their constitutional rights.

SHOCKER! ‘Dearbornistan’ federal judge rules in favor of Quran-burning pastor Terry Jones

Quran burning Pastor Terry Jones arrives in Dearborn to deliver his perspective of Islam in front of Dearborn's City Hall on Michigan Avenue Friday, June 17, 2011.


A federal judge ruled today in favor of Quran-burning pastor Terry Jones, of Florida, saying he can protest this Saturday outside a Dearborn mosque without having to sign a legal agreement from the city of Dearborn.

DETROIT FREE PRESS  U.S. District Judge Denise Page Hood ruled in favor of Jones, who intends to hold a protest against Islamic extremism at the biggest mosque in metro Detroit. The city of Dearborn has said it wanted Jones to sign a “hold harmless” agreement that would require the Florida pastor to forfeit all legal rights stemming from any possible incident at the planned protest.

Earlier this week, the Thomas More Law Center, a conservative Christian group in Ann Arbor, filed a lawsuit against the city on behalf of Jones, saying his constitutional rights were being attacked by the city because of the requirement to sign the “hold harmless” agreement. 

Judge Hood said the requirement “violate the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.”

Richard Thompson, President and Chief Counsel of the Thomas Law Center said today in a statement about the judge’s ruling: “Dearborn has a history of discriminating against Christians who want to speak out against the internal threat of Sharia law and Islam. And every time the City attempts to curtail the Constitutional rights of Christians, we will confront them in a court of law.  

There is no doubt in my mind that the City knew the Hold Harmless agreement they were trying to get Jones’s organization to sign was unconstitutional.” 

Jones tried to rally last year outside the Islamic Center, but was blocked by a judge who ordered him to stay away from the mosque for three years. That decision was later overturned by a Detroit judge.


However, if Barack Obama manages to steal a second term, Terry Jones could one day be jailed for preaching Christianity.


New sheriff calls for roundup of Obama records

Corsi wins over officials in New Jersey on eligibility

By: Chelsea Schilling / WND

Corsi presents his eligibility research at April 4 event in Morristown, N.J.

A presentation by WND’s Jerome Corsi to a standing-room-only crowd has convinced a New Jersey lawmaker and a local sheriff that the issue of President Obama’s eligibility for office “will have to be addressed.”

“The easiest way to put this to rest is to have the records unsealed,” Morris County Sheriff Ed Rochford told the Huffington Post in an email following the April 4 event in Morristown. “Mr. Corsi made a very convincing argument that President Obama may not be a natural born citizen of the United States.”

Likewise, New Jersey Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, R-Boonton, said Corsi’s speech leaves doubts about Obama’s citizenship status. He told the website it is not his place to determine whether Obama is a citizen, and he believes “a higher authority” must resolve the issue.

“I am not in a position to say what he put up on screen is demonstrative of evidence; that is for the court of law,” Bucco said. “This issue has not resolved itself. It won’t until some higher authority is involved.”

The evening was organized by several, including Billy Baer and Dan Haggerty, who cohost the radio program “Patriot’s Watch” in Philadelphia. Corsi told a crowd of 250 people: “The mainstream media has not given this fair treatment. But this is not going away. We really don’t know who our president is.”

Presenting research from “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” and utilizing a MacBook to show documents on a screen, Corsi used Abode Illustrator software to separate the layers of the document released by the White House and zoomed in on irregularities that show the document is a “bad forgery.”

In his presentation, he provided evidence of inconsistencies between Hawaii health officials’ statements that there was no long-form birth certificate and Obama’s release of the purported certificate, and discrepancies concerning the name of the hospital where Obama was said to have been born. Corsi reported that Obama may be using a fraudulent Social Security number. He explained the evidence suggestion Selective Service documentation is not genuine, and he also discussed the topic of Obama’s school transcripts – which have yet to be released.

“There were many other talking points that I can say raised ‘a red flag,’” Sheriff Rochford said after the event.

According to the report, Bucco said he wouldn’t oppose a requirement that presidential candidates provide evidence of citizenship before getting on the New Jersey ballot.

“I think everyone should be able to provide something that shows citizenship,” Bucco added.

Meanwhile, Bucco warned that the eligibility issue will not simply disappear.

“He’s sitting in the Oval Office and he’s running again,” he said. “Based on the information that this gentleman put out, it’s not going away. This will have to be answered at some time. It will have to be addressed.”

The following is a video of Corsi’s presentation:
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