Sheriff Arpaio’s Document Research

Obama's Birth Certificate

Article Two Clause Five of the constitution: No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.


I was never what they are calling a “birther”, but once I saw Sheriff Arpaio’s Press Conference, I knew something serious was up. Something more than Donald Trumps “investigation”.

Earlier, I had heard that The White House released President Obama’s Birth Certificate after having previously only released a “receipt”  for his Certificate Of Live Birth, so I downloaded it from the website. I looked at it and couldn’t easily see just from my  laymen’s view, that there was anything that didn’t  look right, so  I didn’t give it much thought. However, I believe it was the next day, the Internet was buzzing with many blogs etc. talking about how the document was in “layers” when looked at in Adobe Illustrator. That really got my curiosity going as I was familiar with OCR (optical character recognition) scanning and how documents can be “layered” using various software’s as mentioned above just like one can “layer” images of a photograph using programs similar to Adobe’s Photoshop.(We all know what can be done with that). Normally, you wouldn’t see this in just a scanned copy of a document.

I had messed with things like that in my earlier computing days basically just familiarizing myself with tools of that nature as the programs came out. On a few occasions more recently, I had played around with it and was really amazed at the power it gave one to modify documents and images. That is some pretty powerful software. I never really had a serious need to modify a document, but it was really easy how a document could be scanned, then layered with new information. And then when you are finished modifying the document, you  “flatten” the document making it appear untouched in one layer again. In this case, the document was never flattened thus leaving it in approximately 7-9 layers.  That was strange.  Now I was really curious: Had the President’s Birth Certificate been modified. And if so, why? And why such a non-professional job? And who did it?

That leads me to three video’s that one should watch if interested in truth in our Government and why the vetting of a President should be done prior to him/her even being eligible for President. And in my opinion, everyone should be interested. The first one is the local  TV stations broadcast in Arizona. The second video is a recent Alex Jones  Prison Planet interview with Sheriff Arpaio and the main video is Sheriff Arpaio’s Press Conference where he announced his preliminary results of his Cold Case Posse’s 6 month investigation. It a long one but it shows the techniques used with a control document and the document downloaded from the’s website to discovery an alleged fraud and forgery perpetrated on the American people.  Watch it in different sittings if you must as I said it is long, but watch it. Don’t deny that something illegal has been committed here unless you watch the press conference video. Then and ONLY then make up your mind.

Local Coverage


The Alex Jones Interview

The Press Conference


Now what do you think?


Senate Bill 1867–What is happening to our freedom?

by xmBill

Are you one of the millions of Americans that don’t seem to care or even know about Senate Bill 1867? Well, if you are, then you need to WAKE UP! This proposed Bill that has already passed the Senate and the House and it will take away the very freedom we have fought for for over 200 years. The right to detain American citizens WITHOUT a trial is preposterous, but that’s what this Bill does.

Watch this video and WAKE UP PEOPLE !!!!


Video of the Day: Peter Schiff on Bernard von NotHaus

The Government is calling this counterfeiting? Peter Schiff is right again.

Skip to 3:20 to get to the counterfeiting part if you want

Silver Hits Another 31Year Record High. — Utah To Use Gold and Silver as Currency voluntarily 15 States to Follow

Check out the Fox News Article HERE. Silver continues to gain popularity as Utah adopts using Gold and Silver again as a legal currency. 15 other States are trying to adopt the new currency standard, also. Hopefully silver with maintain a slow climb as it continues to break new 31 year highs. I believe it is a solid investment for the long term. At this moment I am trying to get rid of paper assets as long as they will still take fiat dollars for silver. Keep stackin em…….

WoW ! Feds say mobile-phone jailbreaking is OK

All I can say is that it is about time we are ALLOWED to purchase a product and USE it the way we want. However, I will say, that I can understand Apple and others position as far as customer service problems go that might arise from the jailbreaking of an iPhone  or rooting of Android phones. If you are going to (and I have already rooted my HTC Droid Incredible) then you should no longer depend on Apple, HTC, Google,AT&T, Verizon, or whatever vendor you purchased or expect support from. They can only support products that conform to what they developed and sold you. When you jailbreak or root the phone, they have lost control over the software and hardware, thus the support for it, too.

Besides, if you jailbroke or rooted your phone, then you probably went to a forum or website to get the info on how to do it and the guys that “crack” the code are very knowledgeable and in most cases will be more than glad to help you with your “hacked” phone. In other words, there is plenty of support forums out there  with guys who are MORE knowledgeable that the big guys support call centers who are normally reading from a script anyway. So, do your own support if you are having a problem and enjoy your “new” hacked phone with more features and options now and not have to worry about any ridiculous copyright laws.

Below, is an excellent article by Declan McCullagh about the new decision by the U.S. Copyright Office.


Jailbreaking your iPhone or other mobile device will no longer violate federal copyright law, the U.S. Copyright Office ruled Monday.

The decision, part of a process that takes place every three years, said that bypassing a manufacturer’s protection mechanisms to allow "handsets to execute software applications" is permissible.

The Copyright Office also allowed bypassing the anticopying technology used in DVDs, but only for "documentary filmmaking," noncommercial videos, and educational uses–a ruling that stopped short of allowing Americans to legally make a backup copy for their own use, in case the original DVD gets damaged. It also doesn’t apply to making backup copies of videogame discs or Blu-Ray discs.

Apple, the maker of the iPhone, had objected to the exemption for jailbreaking phones. A letter that the company sent to the Copyright Office argued that allowing jailbreaking would result "in copyright infringement, potential damage to the device and other potential harmful physical effects, adverse effects on the functioning of the device, and breach of contract."

Apple’s support department already receives "literally millions of reported instances of problems flowing from jailbroken phones," the company said, and legitimizing the practice of jailbreaking would result in more malware being delivered outside of the App Store, other security problems, and even physical damage to the iPhone.

Monday’s announcement certainly counts as a political victory for jailbreaking enthusiasts and critics of the anti-circumvention portions the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act, but it may not have much of a practical effect.

Apple has never sued any of its customers on grounds that their jailbreaking violates the DMCA, even though a February 2009 estimate suggested that over 400,000 U.S. iPhone owners have done so. Nor has it filed any breach-of-contract lawsuits claiming that the software license agreement was violated.

Section 2(c) of the Apple iPhone Software License Agreement (PDF) bans any attempt to "modify" the iPhone software or to reverse-engineer it.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, the San Francisco-based civil liberties group, had requested that the Copyright Office expand the number of exceptions in the DMCA, which has been a focus of controversy among programmers, hackers, and security researchers for over a decade. The DMCA broadly restricts, but does not flatly ban, bypassing copy protection technology.

"The Copyright Office and Librarian of Congress have taken three important steps today to mitigate some of the harms caused by the DMCA," Jennifer Granick, EFF’s civil-liberties director, said in a statement Monday. "We are thrilled to have helped free jailbreakers, unlockers, and vidders from this law’s overbroad reach."