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Author Who Claims Trump is Millionaire Prevails in Defamation Lawsuit by Trump

Not necessarily on-point for this blog, but fascinating nonetheless.

Who doesn’t know The Donald?

Man of “Reality” TV.  Man of failing New Jersey casinos.  Man of failed Trump branded projects. Man of a fake Presidential election campaign.

Real birtherFake billionaire.  Real lawsuit…

Trump doesn’t like being called a fake billionaire.  So he naturally brought a defamation suit against the author of the 2005 book “Trump Nation” because the book pegged Trumps net worth between $150 and $200 billion dollars.  Now comes word that a NJ appeals court has rejected Trump’s suit (via WSJ.com).  Under New Jersey law, actual malice must be present to support a claim of defamation by Trump.  Here, the Court found no malice existed.

For those interested, you can read the opinion here.

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    For the great majority of mniankd are satisfied with appearance, as though they were realities and are often more influenced by the things that seem than by those that are. ~ Nicolo MachiavelliIt is because of the above reason that I believe that Barack Hussein Obama, II will be re-elected in 2012. If that occurs, I also believe that the 2012 election will be the last that will be held in our country for generations and that he will rule for the rest of his natural life.I do not blame the politicians. As Lord Acton stated long ago, power tends to corrupt, but absolute power corrupts absolutely .I have read all of the comments to Robin’s article. You are all such wonderful and thoughtful people. I love each and every one of you and I thank you that I have a community of common values with you.However, here’s the problem:As I mentioned, I do not blame the politicians for their corruption. I blame the electorate. Let me explain:How many people watch American Idolatry (or, if you prefer, American I-Dull )?How many Americans tune in to the Super Bowl?How many American men subscribe to fantasy sports leagues?How many American men can name the top 10 NASCAR drivers but could not name the 10 Commandments (or the NINE justices of the United States Supreme Court)?How many American women tune in to Oprah Winfrey? Of them, how many can articulate a single amendment of the Bill of Rights?I agree with Paul Hubert more than any other reply in the comment string to Robin’s article. We must be on our knees beseeching our Heavely Father to show us mercy and to hear our prayer. We must be in our neighbor’s grille and challenge them on whether or not they have the political acumen to cast a competent vote.None of the candidates discussed in Robin’s article and ensuing commentary is capable of overcoming the Communist apparatus that is now in power. Not a chance. If, by some miracle, they were to they would soon be assassinated (remember Squeaky Fromme and John Hinckley?). Like an impetuous, yet overgrown child, the left refuses to relent even despite overwhelming evidence and fact.I close with the following to further reinforce my point:“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places”. {Ephesians 6:12}May God bless us and have mercy on us.PMF

    November 28, 2013

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