Saturday, March 28, 2015
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Lepage Seeks Control of Legal Settlement Funds Over Standard & Poor's Credit Rating Practices
Governor Lepage of Maine is seeking control of legal settlement funds of the Standard & Poor 's credit rating practices. Suddenly a Governor notorious for disregarding the Maine Constitution is calling it repugnant to the Constitution that Attorney General Mills currently retains control over the distribution of the funds so coveted by LePage, the current CEO of post-constitutional Maine. Consistent with established history as examined in this blog post, If LePage succeeds in his power grab, the beneficiaries of the lawsuit are unlikely to be those harmed by Standard & Poor's practices but instead private individuals in the State's hegemonic public-private capital investor's club
Thursday, March 26, 2015
How the USA and Maine is being sold to the highest bidder- often China- through legislation presented to the public as "job creation" Includes a short history of Maine's fundamental transformation from a state to a corporation since 1969 when the people voted the Home Rule Amendment into the Constitution, only to be over written by statutes establishing the Maine development (Foundation) Corporation- which required an over run of Article IV Part Third Section 14 of the Maine Constitution prohibiting the Maine legislature from chartering corporations to serve as instrumentalities of the state. Since the 1977 charter of the Maine development Corporation it has grown into an ever expanding network of state corporations that overshadows the Maine State Constitution as the Rule of Law followed by the Maine legislature and what ever administration holds power.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
I recently wrote about the suppression of free speech conducted by the Maine main stream media. In all fairness, I now must give credit due to the Bangor Daily News, which has allowed an interesting debate to carry on. Read more here
Saturday, March 14, 2015
There is a controversy going on in the State of Maine over a Senator Willette expressing views about President Obama that some do not like. You might call it a Polite Society VS a Freedom Of Speech controversy but of course the Maine main stream media does not acknowledge that freedom of speech is part of the controversy. When I posted a expressing that freedom of Speech is in fact the larger issue, it was blocked by the Portland Press Herald but posted on Facebook. So here it is. Ironically by blocking my post about freedom of speech, the Portland Press herald reinforced the point I was making. If Senator Alfond thinks teh larger issue is how the rest of teh world views Maine's attitude toward immigrants- he might consider factoring in how immigrants might view Maine as an anti-freedom of speech state, which is what many immigrants come to the USA to escape.
Monday, March 9, 2015
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: LePage Tax Reform in Context of Policy, Neitzsche and Niels Bohr
A discussion of the LePage Tax reform in the larger context of LePage's governing policies and the philosophical underpinnings of 19th and 20th century philosophy
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
My beautiful Dad, Weston Neil Andersen, who established Andersen Design Ceramics in the 1950's died a few days ago. This is a post in remembrance of a remarkable human being and since it is on my blog about the Maine economic development statutes and what is hidden within those statutes and how it has affected the state in which my father established our own business, I am weaving the two threads into one. That is part of what I got from my father- everything is everything.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Mayor LePage on Baldacci Reducing Funding To Municipalities
Post shows video of Governor Lepage as Mayor Lepage rampaging Governor Baldacci for reducing funding to municipalities,which Governor Lepage now wants to eliminate entirely, supporting the theory which I hold to be true that the state of Maine, as now transformed into the Development Corporation of Maine seeks to eliminate local governing power in Maine and to remove the inhabitants of the state that pose obstacles to the corporations development ambitions.