Friday, November 21, 2014
The philosophy of Andersen Studio ( Andersen Design) Ceramics has long been committed to being a made in America product, but the philosophy of the centrally managed economy of the state of Maine is to embrace global capitalism. Andersen Design is well aware of what global capitalism is because ceramic is one of the first western industries to be exported over seas to global low wage labor markets. And so as Andersen launched a new website dedicated to crowdfunding a mold renovation product of its extensive line of wild life sculptures and contemporary functional forms, with a goal of having our product produced through a network of American ceramic slip casters- the question arises - Is Andersen Design naive- OR are the central managers of Maine's economy short sighted?
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Andersen Studio Evolution Diaries: Announcing The Great American Ceramic Artist Designer Craftsmen Network Crowdfunding Web Site !
I Have been talking about my vision to transform our family busines, Andersen Studio Ceramics, established in 1952 into The Great American Ceramic Artists Designer's Craftsmen Network for quite some time now. With the launch of AndersenDesign.biz, a website dedicated to creating a revolving fund from both crowdfunding and bootstraping activities to create the capitalization of such a network- we are now off an running ! You can help us to manifest our vision and at the same time get a unique set of American handcrafted mugs at a discounted price !- Join The Evolution by supporting our crowdfunder!
Friday, November 14, 2014
As I continue to research the widening gap between constitutional bond ratification requirements and incremental changes in the statutes, it is revealed that there exists significant discrepancies in the wording of the legislation as passed and signed by Governor Lepage and what is published in the official Maine statutes. Mr Gruber has competition for manipulation from the Maine legislature!
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
I added some new information to this blog post about the fundamental transformation of the Bond ratification process in Maine. The 2011 law shoes how the process of transforming constitutional requirements from mandates to optional has been planned all along as an incremental process which is complete in the 2011 statutes which are written to say that complying with the constitution is optional! The UNCONSTITUTIONAL corporate state of Maine at work!
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Jonathan Gruber, an architect of Obamacare bragged about how the United States legislature passed ObamaCare , turning over a sixth of the U.S. economy to the government, Gruber admitted that the Obama administration went through "tortuous" measures to keep the facts about the legislation from the American people, including covering up the redistribution of wealth. The Architects of Obama Care don't have anything over the Maine Legislature which has likewise taken over massive portions of the Maine economy and in the process embedded a vast unconstitutional network of state corporations which redistributes the wealth of the people using equally manipulative ethics codified into statutory law. 5 out of 6 bonds recently voted in by the people of Maine will be distributed through the unconstitutional corporate state network. To avoid having to provide a fiscal statement with the bond questions, In 2013, the Maine legislature passed a statute that says, in effect- You can comply with the
Thursday, November 6, 2014
This previous post has been updated with new research revealing a statute passed in 2011 by the Maine legislature and signed by Governor Lepage with obvious intent to pretend to be in compliance with constitutional bond question requirements but in effect obscuring the required information from public accessibility- when all that needs to be done is to attach the information to the printed ballot.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Maine Constitution Rules For Posting Bond Question On Ballot !
This morning I asked the question of Mainers, if the bond question on their ballots conform with constitutional requirements, After going to vote, the answer is that none of the constitutional requirements are listed on the ballot, meaning that constitutionally even if the bonds win public approval, their enactment cannot be constitutionally ratified- But in a state where the political culture routinely dismisses the constitution and sometimes even their own statutes- will it matter?