James S. Pfeiffer
James S. Pfeiffer was a citizen of the United States of America. He was usually simply referred to as Pfeiffer.
Following his ban, he created the account Henry Arundel, later known as Henry Pfeiffer Arundel.
In May 2009, Pfeiffer ran for congress in Louisiana, as a Libertarian, due to the Federalist Party's non top 5 status. On May 25, 2009, he won in the elections against the incumbent, Dodgercatcher, his CvP opponent, and two other challengers, obtaining 50% of the vote.
On June 25, 2009, Pfeiffer was re-elected to Congress by the people of Louisiana.
Shortly after his election to Congress, Pfeiffer began using his newspaper The Court Circular to publish his congressional voting record.
Pfeiffer is currently serving as the congressman from Louisiana, and Speaker of the House of Representatives.
In July 2009, Harrison Richardson, the newly elected President of the USA, appointed Pfeiffer to serve as one of his Deputy Assistants. In this capacity, Pfeiffer served at the pleasure of the President, advising him on any and all matters, as needed. When President Richardson left office, Pfeiffer returned to solely working on Legislative matters, as Speaker of the House.
- Commanding Officer, Charlie Company, United States Home Guard.
- In game rank of Colonel
- Congressman of Louisiana, 3rd Term
- Speaker of the House of Representatives
- Former Chairman of the Military Committee
- Former Deputy Assistant to the President, Richardon Administration
- Former Member of the Governmental Oversight Committee
- Chairman of the Council of Awesome
- Editor of The Court Circular
Pfeiffer owned the following organization:
- Paladin inc