Obama’s birthplace - Kenya or Indonesia?

The controversy over Barrack Obama’s actual birthplace has been renewed over the recent discovery of archived newspaper articles. On June 27, 2004, The Sunday Standard, a Kenyan newspaper, printed an Associated Press article entitled “Kenyan-born Obama all set for U.S. Senate.” That article is still available at web.archive.org.
The cover-up specialists and mainstream media lackeys apparently weren’t as careful as they needed to be when erasing Obama’s true citizenship and birthplace.
The above article may convince some that he was actually born in Kenya but what about another article that was printed in The Honolulu Advertiser on January 8, 2004, entitled “Duckworth working to win.” It details Obama’s race against Republican Duckworth for the Illinois Senate seat and clearly states that Obama was born in Indonesia. From the The Honolulu Advertiser article:
Duckworth is happy to point out that she and Hawaii-raised Punahou graduate Obama have “a kama’aina connection.” Both were born outside the country — Obama in Indonesia, Duckworth in Thailand — and graduated from high school in Honolulu — Punahou and McKinley, respectively. “The big thing for me is that I’m a McKinley High grad,” said Duckworth. “That gives you a lot of street creds. I wasn’t a rich kid.”
Duckworth clearly implies that Obama graduated from a high school in Hawaii that was for richer kids. Hmmm...
The above stories add credence to Obama traveling to Pakistan in 1981 under an Indonesian or British passport. He couldn’t have been traveling with a U.S. passport since Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department’s “no travel” list in 1981.