A Challenge to President Barack Obama's U.S. citizenship

In Washington, the Supreme Court stated that it would refuse to hear an appeal challenging President Barack Obama’s U.S. citizenship, as well as eligibility to serve as president.  The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that people challenging Obama’s citizenship did not have legal standing to file the lawsuit.  As it stands, the U.S. Constitution holds that only “a natural born citizen” may serve as president of the country. See full article:

This type of initiative calls to mind the prevalence of national origin discrimination in our society.  Discriminating against an innocent individual or a group based on race or national origin may be prosecuted under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, such as those individuals who are Muslim, Arab, Afghani, Middle Eastern or South Asian.  The law prohibits harassment or any other employment action based on religious affiliation, physical or cultural traits and clothing.  For more information, see:

It is challenging and stressful when people are subjected to racism or discrimination, especially in a nation that was created on premises such as equal rights for all. The lawyers at Leeds Morelli & Brown, PC, located in Nassau County, New York, have fought against discrimination for over two decades with much success. If you have been a victim of discrimination because of your age, gender, race, or sexual orientation, call 1-800-585-4658 to schedule an appointment for free consultation.