Saturday, March 27, 2010

Create Adobe PDF Online - Now we're dangerous!

Here's a link to a letter which Attorney Fine wrote on February 23, 2009. He was jailed soon after. The letter was sent to me by a friend of Attorney Fine's in California who was, and still is, trying to get him out. To put the letter online I used a free trial version of Create Adobe PDF Online, which is good for five free uploads. The yearly cost of the software is $99.99. If this works, I'll consider purchasing it. If anyone would like to send a donation to enable me to do that, it would be much appreciated!

I hope to finish my book this spring; I just put up a Paypal button for donations. Once my book is done, I plan on taking orders through Paypal. One more thing: I posted about my son's case at Scamraiders after receiving an email from Janet Phelan, who wrote "A Kinder, Gentler Book Burning." 

I've hyperlinked to the page (click on the title of Jan's article), and here's the actual URL: http://www.scamraiders.com/profiles/blogs/a-kinder-gentler-book-burning. Jan has written about the Texas "textbook controversy." Once Scamraiders moderates my post, it will hopefully appear as a blog on the site: http://www.scamraiders.com/profiles/blog/list

The best effect of any book, is that it excites the reader to self-activity. ~Thomas Carlyle 

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Strictly Partisan Vote - Maine, LD 1730

Yesterday, every single Democratic Maine Senator voted to require paid signature gatherers (and those who pay them) to register with the Secretary of State, or face severe penalties. This is another attempt to limit the people's right to petition our government, and impose fines upon us!

Take a look at the roll call for yourself! Strictly a partisan vote, no Republican Senators voted for passage of LD 1730.

Titles of Nobility - "Lawyers, get out of politics!"

I found it! The original 13th Amendment was ratified by Virginia in 1819. At the very end of this document, on page 30 of the 1819 Virginia Codes, you'll read this:  
ARTICLE 13.
If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any title of nobility or honor, or shall, without the consent of congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office, or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince, or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them. 

Approval of the Amendment by thirteen of the seventeen states had been needed for ratification. Here's something from an article at the website "American History, from Ratification to Reconstruction," found under the category "Essays" and titled Paradise Lost, Ratification Found.
There is question as to whether Virginia ever formally notified the Secretary of State that they had ratified this 13th Amendment. Some have argued that because such notification was not received (or at least, not recorded), the Amendment was therefore not legally ratified. However, printing by a legislature is prima facie evidence of ratification. Further, there is no Constitutional requirement that the Secretary of State, or anyone else, be officially notified to complete the ratification process. The Constitution only requires that three- fourths of the states ratify for an Amendment to be added to the Constitution.
You'll find so many interesting essays at that website, most or all of them by David Dodge of Maine I believe. Check it out!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

BAR - British Accreditation Registry

Check out this letter! This guy too thinks appeals are nothing but job security for judges and lawyers! Evidently, Denny R. Hardin was jailed for exposing the BAR Association and corrupt esquires. 

BAR stands for British Accreditation Registry... did you know that? Husson College, now Husson University, wants to open a law school at its campus at Bangor Maine; but because the university has a policy against tenuring its professors, accreditation by the American Bar Association can't be had apparently. I've blogged about this in the past.

Here's a Wikipedia entry. It lists the various schools at the university: Business, Health, Education, Pharmacy, Science and Humanities. All are accredited by some organization, council, commission, etc. I ask you "Does giving lifetime appointment to a professor at the educational institute he's teaching at really have that much of an affect on the quality of education students receive? 

Here's a link to a website which has information about BAR Associations.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Class Action Lawsuit - plaintiffs wanted!

Carl and Rod mentioned tonight the possibility of filing a class action lawsuit into D.C. If you want to be involved, write to Carl at justice0927@sbglobal.net.

For more information, join us on Saturday nights, at 9:00 Eastern Standard Time, by dialing into 1-724-744-4444 Pin # 17898; and on Friday night at the same time, use Pin # 48361. Or scroll down to the bottom of this webpage and find Carl and Rod's link to participate via the Internet.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Court-appointed attorney for John Conyers' wife!

I sent the story to Rod and Carl. Taxpayers will foot the bill so the Congressman's corrupt wife can appeal her sentence! 

And in California, there'll be a lay off of hundreds of courthouse employees, as well as closure of some courtrooms. From the story:
"The court's 430 judges are not expected to be greatly affected..."  

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

The Missing 13th Amendment!

The 13th Amendment abolished slavery right? Maybe. I just received a link from my friend Ted, regarding research which says the 13th is something else... 

The Missing 13th Amendment Here you'll find the first of a series of articles. In reading # 7, I discovered the history behind the term "Esquire." At article # 15, I read that Virginia, to this day, could ratify this original 13th and make it official! Since records were burned after the War of 1812, it's difficult to prove that the original 13th Amendment was sufficiently ratified. If it had been, or the state of Virginia would now ratify it, the state could send the necessary paperwork to Washington, thereby adding the original 13th Amendment to our Constitution, and sending loads of lawyers (esquires) to the unemployment lines!    


Recapping: the original 13th, once properly ratified or proven to have been, would "prohibit lawyers from serving in government."

Virginia is for Lovers... of Liberty.

Are politicians dumb or do they think we are? If you sign a contract while under duress it's voidable.

Take a look at this video. Virginia has passed legislation bucking the federal government's health care bill, which if passed would fine citizens who don't have or purchase health care insurance. Congress has been working on passing universal health care for one year now.


Here's more about it from the Tenth Amendment Center. Apparently a similar law was passed in Arizona before Virginia passed its; here's that story, also from the Tenth Amendment Center.  

Thursday, March 11, 2010

I told you, it's north v. south - proposal seeks to split the state in two!

In a Bangor Daily News Story, John Eder of Portland, who is "the only Green Party state representative in the nation," relayed the sentiments of his constituents: "We like to think we'll drive north and see this vast, untouched wilderness. We don't want to think we'll see house lots." 
Part of the conflict is political. As newcomers have poured into the south from eastern Massachusetts, traditional, Republican Maine — one of two states to vote against Franklin Roosevelt in 1936 — has become one of the most liberal states on issues such as taxes, gay rights and the environment.
The north's point, the story reported is: "Southerners throw around their political and economic muscle without fully considering its effect on the far-off north."

Ahh, the story is a 2006, but I believe not much has changed. Joy proposed this, or something like this in 2005 also. And here's a story from 2002. 

Here's the March 9, 2010 story; Representative Henry Joy, of Southern Aroostook County is proposing to section off a portion of lower Maine and create a new state called Northern Massachusetts. I haven't read all of the story yet.  

 

Maine Legislative Committee hears testimony on pot dispensaries bill

The bill, which is in the Health and Human Services Committee, deals with several issues: expansion of medical conditions qualifying a person to get the medical marijuana, establishment of ID cards and dispensaries, and regulation of growing for personal medical use. 


“We simply ask that you respect the work that came before you and the will of the voters that was passed in both 1999 and last November,” said Jonathan Leavitt, executive director of the Maine Marijuana Policy Initiative, the group that put the expansion to the voters last year. “Make this happen and make it happen soon.”

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

South v. North again!

Though the Maine Department of Education has given Husson College approval to offer law degrees, the high court has again denied Husson's future law school students to take the Maine Bar exam! From speaking in 2008 with the former President of Husson College, William Beardsley, when he was running for governor of Maine, and by reading Supreme Court rejects Husson law school's application, I know why. The reason Husson can't get accredited by the American Bar Association is that professors there aren't given tenure (lifetime employment). That's crazy! What does that have to do with the quality of the students' education! Quoting from the story:  
In place of ABA accreditation, Husson asked the court to devise a set of ABA-like standards and create a commission to determine whether the proposed law school would meet those standards.
But the Maine Supreme Court wouldn't do it, Chief Justice Leigh Saufley authored the decision, saying:
"Husson's decision not to apply for accreditation from the ABA provides an insufficient basis for us to take these extraordinary steps,"

Monday, March 8, 2010

Medical Marijuana - laws regarding dispensaries, too late!

In December of 2009, Maine politicians heard from experts in California on the subject of dispensaries for medical marijuana, which Maine voters approved last fall. From the story: 
"... police said they would like more time to address where the dispensaries would be located and how the marijuana would be cultivated, distributed and transported."
So what about those who are caught in legal limbo? The media reported about a drug bust a few weeks ago in the valley; but not about the suicide by Dean Pelletier following the story. Dean was placed on house arrest - imprisonment in his own home basically. He committed suicide soon after... by hanging. Some believe the newspaper reports were a contributing factor in his decision to end his life. Pete, my husband, was raised in the same neck of the woods as Dean and his brothers, and was a friend. We attended the funeral, held Friday on St. Agatha.

I found information at Wikipedia, regarding the days of Prohibition, which lasted about 13 years until repealed in 1933.   
In order to punish those who violated the prohibition, the US Government ordered the poisoning of industrial alcohols, which it knew were used by bootleggers before being sold to customers.

Hillary Clinton, China, and Montana Freemen

Ghostfighter's Radio is working with Carl and Rod and AIB Radio as well as RadioFree America to educate the people. The guys didn't hold a call on Saturday; they suggested we listen to the 3-02-10 call if we haven't yet. On that call, Rod talks about the magna carta, and grand juries. He also mentions that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's deal with China; people are talking about President Obama going over to China to sign over our country to the Chinese government! What's it all about? Click here to read about it.

We are technically under Marshall Law explains Rod on the call. He mentions the Assembly, and a plan to bring back citizen grand juries, which he says could work! Here's a link to their show, where you can download and listen to the 3-02-10 call in WinAmp.

Below are two links where you'll find information about the Assembly, which is a plan to repopulate our Republic; there's a YouTube video as well as another. 

"The people, as Cicero says, may be ignorant, but they can recognize the truth and will readily yield when some trustworthy man explains it to them." 

~Nicollo Machiavelli

Due to the circumventing of the law by government officials, and even obvious violations of due process, I believe that the average "Joe's" of this country are so frustrated, that this their attitude:
"The pen is mightier than the sword, but if the pen doesn't work, give us swords and point us in the direction of the enemy."  

http://www.oursammie.net/
http://www.oursammie.net/our-sovereign-assembly-schedule.html

During the call, Rod says "Red Dawn is upon us," and Carl adds comment about the man who flew a plane into the building where the IRS was located; he believes if that man had the knowledge he and Carl are putting out, he may not have acted as he did... that he may have jumped on the bandwagon instead, and try to fix the problems.

The Montana Freemen is mentioned. Here's a rather lengthy story about the Freemen. Quoting from the last paragraph of it:
In the end, it comes down to the notion of sovereignty. The Founders vested sovereignty in the people, but not in the individual. In this country, every man is -not- a king, contrary to the capricious wishes of Leroy Schweitzer and Rodney Skurdal; rather, men and women cooperate to establish an equitable set of rules for all to follow. As the poet John Donne said, "No man is an island." And no person is a sovereign answerable to no one else.


Saturday, March 6, 2010

Toyota - Congressional panel investigating!

Here's the story from the National Law Journal. A subscription (which is free) may be required to access it. In the story is information contained in a letter, which the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, U.S. Rep. Edolphus Towns recently wrote to Yoshimi Inaba, of Toyota, regarding documents which... 
"shed some light on Toyota's handling of the sudden unintended acceleration problem" and "indicate a systematic disregard for the law..."  
In yet another story, a former attorney of Toyota's was mentioned. Dimitrious Biller was in charge of rollover litigation for about four years. The NLJ story mentions the company sued BIller in 2008 for:
"[violating] the terms of his $3.7 million severance agreement by divulging information protected under the attorney-client privilege." 
Biller apparently suffered a mental breakdown, and is suing Toyota, blaming his breakdown on the fact that under the attorney-client privilege, he owed Toyota a duty not to disclose the "criminal evidence" and "criminal acts." 

Mammon being a term used to describe wealth and its evil influences, the attorney's dilemma is this:
"Ye cannot serve God and Mammon." ~New Testament.