Article IV, Part Third, Section 14 of the maine State Constitution

Article IV, Part Third, Section 14 of the Maine State Constitution says:

Corporations shall be formed under general laws, and shall not be created by special Acts of the Legislature, except for municipal purposes, and in cases where the objects of the corporation cannot otherwise be attained, and, however formed , they shall forever be subject of the general laws of the state ( emphasis mine)

Quote from the legislative Charter for Brunswick Landing Maine's Center for Innovation : The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority is established as a body corporate and politic and a public instrumentality of the State to carry out the purposes of this article. The authority is entrusted with acquiring and managing the properties within the geographic boundaries of Brunswick Naval Air Station. [2009, c. 641,
§1 (AMD).]
1. Powers. The authority is a public municipal corporation and may:D. Exercise the power of eminent domain; [2005, c. 599, §1 (NEW).]

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Friday, October 31, 2014

     Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Why Maine Should Say NO to Bonds!


Since around 1977, the Maine State legislature has established a deeply entrenched network of unconstitutional state corporations, which has transformed, in practice, Maine State to Maine State Inc, operating for the benefit of corporate profits and using all as instrumentalities of the state (corporation). Every election the legislature presents a full package of bonds for public approval which are used to finance the on-going operations of Maine State Inc. These bonds are presented with the usual glossy surface rhetoric of creating jobs but to understand their full purpose, one needs to look deeper at the statutes that have entrenched Maine State Inc over the Maine State Constitution as the governing authority of Maine. This posts provides a glimpse into what lies below the glossy surface and copacetic rhetoric used to market the bonds to the public and is based on five years of independent research into Maine economic development legislation. Maine Just Say NO to Bonds!
http://americanpoliticalphilosophy.blogspot.com/2014/10/why-maine-should-say-no-to-bonds.html

Thursday, October 30, 2014

     Preserving The American Political Philosophy


Candidate Anna Morkeski, of Newcastle, running for Maine State Representative is on the right track in making local governance over state dominance a campaign issue- but in terms of right to work, it needs to be factored in that the Pine Tree Zone tax credits make the state the hidden Union negotiator and the general taxpayer the payer of union dues whether the taxpayer benefits or not. In order to become a true Right TO Work state, Maine needs to repeal its Pine tree Zone tax incentives and deconstruct its unconstitutional corporate state.
http://americanpoliticalphilosophy.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

     Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Can a Write in Vote For The Late Governor Seldon Connor Effect A Paradigm Shift in Maine Politics?


In today's political dialogue in Maine, there is no discussion about the political philosophy of state corporatism which has been entrenched in this state through repeated constitutional violations by R's D's and I's alike. There is no political party representing the true constitution of Maine and the free enterprise system. What would happen if hundreds of people wrote in long dead Governor Seldon Connor in the Maine Governor's race? Governor Connor gave an impassioned speech on the passage of Article IV Part Third Section 14, prohibiting the legislature from chartering corporations for state purposes and so writing in Governor Seldon Connor's name sends a specific message. Is it possible to gather enough support for late Governor Seldon Connor to leverage a political paradigm shift? read on...
http://americanpoliticalphilosophy.blogspot.com/2014/10/can-write-in-vote-for-late-governor.html

Monday, October 27, 2014

     Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Socialism-Communism VS The Maine State Constitution


Sorry this is the DIRECT link to this post: This blog post includes a video by Julie Ranson explaining the difference between socialism and communism and is followed by out takes from A Maine Citizen's Journey Through The Statutes of Transformation beginning with teh innaugural address of Governor Seldon Connor on the passage of Article IV, Part Third Section 14 of the Maine State Constitution providing for Separation of Corporation & State and then moving to 1977 with quotes from legislation chartering various corporations serving as instrumentalities of the state and based on a newly deemed government function of centrally managing Maine's economy
http://americanpoliticalphilosophy.blogspot.com/2014/10/socialism-communism-vs-maine-state.html

     Preserving The American Political Philosophy


This blog post includes a video by Julie Ranson explaining the difference between socialism and communism and is followed by out takes from A Maine Citizen's Journey Through The Statutes of Transformation beginning with teh innaugural address of Governor Seldon Connor on the passage of Article IV, Part Third Section 14 of the Maine State Constitution providing for Separation of Corporation & State and then moving to 1977 with quotes from legislation chartering various corporations serving as instrumentalities of the state and based on a newly deemed government function of centrally managing Maine's economy
http://americanpoliticalphilosophy.blogspot.com/

Saturday, October 25, 2014

     Preserving The American Political Philosophy: The Missing Most of the Economy!


The Missing Most of the Economy-40 plus years of economic central management in Maine by a corporation pretending to be a state benefits the few at the expense of the whole.
http://americanpoliticalphilosophy.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-missing-most-of-economy.html