Lawyer files for sanctions vs BirtherQueen Orly Taitz; effort doomed to fail since Taitz is not lawyer, but DENTIST-BROKER-lawyer
...and thus, like Dick Cheney's legislexecutive status as UberVeep, beyond the punitive reach of all three professions.
Seriously, though, it's long past the time when Taitz should have faced the consequences of her frivolous lawsuits and corrosive media statements. I'm a fundamental supporter of free speech—but it ain't free if people are paying for it, court time is not cheap, and Taitz's nonsense is throwing garbage into the gears of jurisprudence in a state that cannot afford it.
Meanwhile, it's worth noting that the lawyer who's leading the charge is Indian American progressive Subodh Chandra. He's a great guy, and he ran, sadly unsuccessfully, a few years back for Attorney General of Ohio, despite being by far the more qualified candidate and a gifted writer and speaker—but has remained active in Asian Pacfiic American politics since. Let's hope he makes another bid soon; we can use more guys like him in elected office (especially ones willing to bring truth to the tyrannical minority that's dominating--and devolving--our political dialogue).