SENATE MOVES TO ALLOW MILITARY TO INTERN AMERICANS WITHOUT TRIAL

Paul Joseph Watson, Prison Planet.com reports “The Senate is set to vote on a bill next week that would define the whole of the United States as a “battlefield” and allow the U.S. Military to arrest American citizens in their own back yard without charge or trial.”

“Under the ‘worldwide indefinite detention without charge or trial’ provision of S.1867, the National Defense Authorization Act bill, which is set to be up for a vote on the Senate floor Monday, the legislation will “basically say in law for the first time that the homeland is part of the battlefield,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who supports the bill.”

“The bill was drafted in secret by Senators Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), before being passed in a closed-door committee meeting without any kind of hearing. The language appears in sections 1031 and 1032 of the NDAA bill.”

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Contact Your Senator Now And Demand They Vote Against This Bill.

 
Can these traitor Senators Carl Levin, John McCain and Lindsey Graham get away with this? They deserve a piece of our mind!

Why isn’t the mainstream media reporting on this? When will reporters realize  that they are mere puppets and are contributing to the demise of each state and this great country!

IS MAINE IN BED WITH THE FEDERAL RESERVE?

Maine.gov Press reports “Governor Paul R. LePage joined officials from Maine’s Department of Professional and Financial Regulation is recognizing Waynflete School for being named New England champion of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Reserve Cup Challenge.”

“The annual financial literacy competition is coordinated in Maine by the Department’s Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection and sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston as a part of their economic education program.”

Published in: on November 24, 2011 at 9:12 pm  Comments (2)  

PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL MITT ROMNEY’S CONSIDERATION OF N.H. SENATOR KELLY AYOTTE AS VICE PRESIDENT CONTENDER REVEALS MUCH ABOUT ROMNEY

The Hill reports “Romney names Sen. Ayotte as VP option. Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Monday night said there are more than a dozen Republicans he could consider as a running mate, including New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte.”
 
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Published in: on November 24, 2011 at 8:31 pm  Comments (2)  

DO YOU TRUST PETER MILLS, DIRECTOR OF THE MAINE TUNRPIKE AUTHORITY?

PPH Letters to the Editor, Tuesday, November 22, 2011

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Published in: on November 22, 2011 at 8:30 pm  Leave a Comment  

WHEN WILL THE MAINE A.G. PROBE JONATHAN WAYNE?

PPH reports “Panel seeks AG probe of Maine legislator spending.”

Ethics commission staff members want the attorney general to investigate a freshman legislator’s campaign spending, which an audit found included falsified receipts and false expenditure claims.

That recommendation, along with findings from audits in two other 2010 legislative races, will go before the Commission on Governmental Ethics and Election Practices on Nov. 30.

An audit of Rep. David R. Burns’ publicly funded campaign resulted in allegations of misuse of Clean Election Act funds.

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(NOW FORMER MAINE A.G.) ANDREW KETTERER IS “TOO LATE” ONE MORE TIME

PPH reports “Order prohibits dying prisoner from last goodbye.” “During the final days of her life, a prisoner with terminal cancer was prohibited from saying goodbye to her son. In the days leading up to Mary Hoskins’ death, her attorney, Andrew Ketterer, was preparing to file a motion with the district attorney’s office to have the no-contact provision reversed. But, it was too late.” View entire article, click here.

 Related article.  Video tape on Andrew Ketterer as a member of the Ethics Commission will be posted soon. When you see his demeanor, you can come to your own conclusion.

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Published in: on November 22, 2011 at 6:42 pm  Leave a Comment  

PUBLIC NOTICE – CERTIFICATION OF DECISION FOR ROD CLASS’ NC TRAFFIC CASE

Judge Ridgeway CERTIFICATION OF DECISION for Rod Class’ NC Traffic Case, click here.

Published in: on November 19, 2011 at 10:40 pm  Comments (3)  

STOCK ACT OF 2011 (H.R. 1148)

CBS reports “A bill to stop “insider trading” in Congress is gaining momentum with two new Senate supporters.”

Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., today introduced the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act of 2011, which would prohibit members or employees of Congress, as well as executive branch employees, from using nonpublic information obtained through their public service for investing or any attempt at personal financial gain. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., is introducing a slightly different version of the legislation on Wednesday.”

“”Members of Congress should live under the same laws as everyone else,” Brown said in a statement today. “If they trade on inside knowledge to line their own pockets, they should be punished. Serving the public is a privilege and honor, not an opportunity for personal gain.”

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Published in: on November 15, 2011 at 11:14 pm  Leave a Comment  

**CALL TO ACTION**

——– Original Message ——– Subject: Freedom to choose the food you put in your mouth
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 08:31:01 -0500
From: Douglas Wollmar

“Hello all,
I cannot believe the fascist state we are living in but here is the proof. If you value your right to choose what you put in your mouth and whether people like me will be able to provide you real food instead of PHUDE, you will join us Friday in response to this outrage from our own Dept of Ag. It is time to stand up or wear the chains that are being put on you RIGHT NOW.”

Blue Hill Maine Farmer Being Sued By State of Maine & Agricultural Commissioner
Local Food & Community Self-Governance Ordinance Challenged

We Are All Farmer Brown!

TAKE ACTION BELOW!

http://www.facebook.com/WeAreFarmerBrown
http://www.localfoodlocalrules.org

Dear Friends and Supporters,

Since March of this year five towns in Maine have passed the Local Food & Community Self-Governance Ordinance, creating legal protections for direct food and farm sales and food shared at bake sales and community meals. From the beginning, Maine Agricultural Commissioner Walter Whitcomb has been telling our towns that State law preempts the authority of municipalities to make local laws that conflict with state and federal laws and regulations. In a letter dated April 6, 2011 that was sent to Maine towns where the Ordinance was passed, Commissioner Whitcomb stated “Department personnel are instructed to work with unlicensed food processors or manufacturers to gain their voluntary compliance with the law.” The letter goes on to say, “However, persons who fail to comply will be subject to enforcement, including the removal from sale of products from unlicensed sources and/or the imposition of fines.” Now in the case of one of our local family farmers, subject to lawsuit and injunction.

On Wednesday, November 9, Dan Brown, a family farmer in Blue Hill, Maine, was served a summons to answer three charges being filed against him by the State of Maine and Commissioner Whitcomb. The charges all stem from his selling food without licenses, in his case that’s milk, assorted dairy products like ice cream and cheese, and processed items like pickles and jams. He is also being charged with failure to label his alleged illegal milk “Not Pasteurized.” The safety or quality of Farmer Dan Brown’s food is not being questioned. What is being questioned, or rather challenged, is the right of the citizens of Blue Hill to operate in this manner.

Hear Dan Brown’s story here!

Read the summons here!

WE WANT DEMOCRACY IN THE FOOD SYSTEM!

When citizens of Blue Hill voted on April 4 to pass the Local Food & Community Self-Governance Ordinance the vote was nearly unanimous. The vote took place at Town Meeting, a New England tradition of direct democracy where people gather and make decisions about matters of importance to the town. In all five towns that passed the Ordinance – the others being Sedgwick, Penobscot, Trenton, and Hope – the residents of those towns voted on their own behalf, expressing their needs and desires, asserting their rights to govern this most basic human need. The State’s challenge raises the important question, Who gets to decide the rules that affect our local food system?

TAKE ACTION!

People are rallying behind Dan Brown and the Town of Blue Hill because We Are All Farmer Brown! If Dan loses, a chilling affect will ripple through all the Maine towns who have and are considering passing the Local Food & Community Self-Governance Ordinance. It will impede the successful growth of our small farms, our cottage food businesses, and put at risk the tradition of sharing meals at our churches, granges, potlucks, and bake sales. But most importantly, it will say to all the people around Maine, the U.S., and globe that, “No, you do not have the right to the food of your choice” and “No, you do not have democracy in the food system!”

As Cargill and other Big Agribusiness corporations continue to recall contaminated food in the millions of pounds, causing sickness and death, and getting off scott free, citizens in a growing number of towns around the country are taking matters into their own hands, creating rules that reflect the needs of farmers, food producers, and communities who are building healthy, resilient local food systems. Our success is your success — Our failure is your failure.

Please take a moment TODAY to contact the Maine Agricultural Commissioner and Governor Paul LePage and tell them to drop the lawsuit against Dan Brown and respect the authority of the Town of Blue Hill that was granted by the townspeople under the Local Food & Community Self-Governance Ordinance!

And join us in Blue Hill this Friday, November 18 for a press conference and rally at the Town Hall beginning at noon to show your support in person!

Walter Whitcomb, Agricultural Commissioner, State of Maine
207-287-3419
walt.whitcomb@maine.gov

Governor Paul LePage
207-287-3531
888-577-6690 (TTY)
governor@maine.gov

MEDIA CALL

Thursday, November 17 10am-11am EST
866.305.2467
code 260454#
Dan Brown will make a statement and cover the counts listed in the summons. Bob St.Peter, family farmer from Sedgwick, Maine and director of Food for Maine’s Future will discuss the campaign calling on the State to withdraw the lawsuit.

Please help support the effort by making a contribution in whatever amount you can afford.

Sincerely,

Family Farm Defense Committee of Hancock County


If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be

Thomas Jefferson

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Published in: on November 15, 2011 at 4:25 pm  Comments (1)  

[update] STATE OF MAINE DOESN’T CARE ABOUT LOCAL GOVERNMENT DECISIONS – SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR BLUE HILL

Something to ponder……

Health Freedoms reports Government Forced to Admit No One Has Died From Raw Milk.”

“The State of Maine and Walter Whitcomb, Maine Agricultural Commissioner are ignoring and disregarding the Local Food and Community Self-Governance passed nearly unanimously by the citizens of Blue Hill at their town meeting on April 4 and is suing the town for selling food and milk without State licenses.

This is just another way for the government to further control our food supply and regulate what we can consume and how we manage one of our most fundlamental rights, LIFE!”

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Published in: on November 15, 2011 at 2:10 pm  Comments (6)  
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