Obama – National Press Club – Geraldo Rivera – Dr. Orly Taitz – Larry Sinclair – The BOPAC Report

The BOPAC Report:

Last night by chance, I had the opportunity watch a little of Geraldo Rivera’s show, Geraldo At Large.  One of the segments was about John Edwards’ affair and Elizabeth Edwards’ new book “Resilience.”  As part of the discussion, Geraldo explained that the National Enquirer broke the John Edwards story long before the main stream media started covering it and that they (the National Enquirer) were usually “right” about such things.  Panelist, John Fund, jumped in and indicated that the media should have been pursuing the story all along.

I agree with both assertions.  The National Enquirer usually does get the celebrity/politician fooling around stories right and the main stream media should have covered the story much earlier.   But as we all know, the main stream media will only cover the politician caught with their pants down story quickly if the rascal is a Republican, conservative or it’s so blatant that they can’t ignore it.

Case in point, last year Larry Sinclair came forth with allegations that he and Obama had used cocaine and engaged in consensual sex a couple of times in 1999 and the media did everything they could do to keep from investigating or reporting on the story.  The media was (is) so protective of their guy, Obama, that they wouldn’t even try to disprove the story by attempting to establish that then Sen. Obama was not in Chicago or available to Mr. Sinclair during the week in question.  So far, neither the version of events nor the time line as alleged by Larry Sinclair have been refuted by any credible means.

As far as I know, the media that broke this story first was Globe Magazine. Globe is part of American Media, Inc., which also owns The National Enquirer and as Geraldo indicated, they usually get these kind of stories right.

To date, Larry Sinclair has not shown any sign of giving up his effort to get his story out to the American public.  He has withstood countless attacks by Obama supporters and has even been arrested; yet, he keeps coming. Fortunately, Mr. Sinclair has written a book about his story and it should be out soon.  Mr. Sinclair’s book should stand in stark contrast to the Obama “fairy tale” put out by the media.

I do have a suggestion for Mr. Sinclair.  On May 21st at the National Press Club, Elizabeth Edwards will be discussing her new book “Resilience.”   Maybe Larry Sinclair should attend, compare notes about his resilience and exchange books.  Hopefully this time, Mr. Sinclair will not be arrested.

Time: 6:30 PM  Event Type: NPC Book Event  Sponsored by: Book & Author Committee  Event Location: Ballroom  Details:

Elizabeth Edwards Discusses Her New Book “Resilience”
Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 PM
Bestselling author Elizabeth Edwards shares her inspirational message on the challenges and blessings of coping with adversity in her newest book Resilience on Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 PM. She will be welcomed by National Press Club President, Donna Leinwand.

On the surface, Elizabeth Edwards seems to have led a charmed life with a beautiful family, thriving career, supportive friendships and a loving marriage. But she’s no stranger to adversity. Many know of the strength she has shown after her son, Wade, was killed in a freak accident when he was only sixteen years old. She would exhibit this remarkable grace and courage again when the very private matter of her husband’s infidelity became public fodder. And, her own life has been on the line. Days before the 2004 presidential election — when her husband, John, was running for vice president — she was diagnosed with breast cancer. After rounds of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation the cancer went away — only to reoccur in 2007 in an incurable form. A short, powerful, inspirational book, Resilience will resonate with anyone dealing with difficulties in their life, who seeks to find peace in knowing they are not alone, and the promise that things can get better.

  1. This event is open to the press and the public free of charge, however, space is limited and reservations are required. RSVP at opus@press.org. Resilience will be available for purchase ($23.00) and signing by Mrs. Edwards at the event. As a fundraiser for the Eric Friedheim National Journalism Library, outside books are not permitted.

Contact: Nicole Nottingham
(202) 662-7523

The National Press Club might also offer Dr. Orly Taitz an opportunity that could help her courageous efforts to protect the Constitution.

The Commandant if the United States Marine Corps will be appearing at a luncheon at the National Press Club on June 11th.  Maybe the General can explain why he has not looked into the allegations that Obama is not a “natural born citizen” and is therefore ineligible to serve as President/Commander in Chief.   With over 50 lawsuits challenging Obama’s eligibility, it seems that the General would surely be aware of the issue and would want to make sure that he and his troops are in fact following “lawful orders.”  If Obama is not eligible, how can he issue any lawful orders?

Time: 12:30 PM  Event Type: NPC Luncheon  Sponsored by: Speakers Committee  Event Location: Ballroom  Details:

General James Conway, Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps will address a Luncheon on June 11.

For copies of this luncheon event, please contact the NPC Archives –
Phone: 202-662-7598
E-mail: archives@press.org

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