Joshua Tardy’s “Double Vision” Wrong For Judicial Selection Committee

On Friday, April 29, 2011 Governor Paul LePage announced the members of his Judicial Selection Committee. “I am pleased to have a group of experienced attorneys to advise me on judicial appointments. One of a governor’s lasting legacies is his judicial appointments and I take my responsibility to nominate judges very seriously. I look forward to working closely with this distinguished group of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents from all parts of the State to ensure that Maine people continue to be served by a high quality judiciary,” said Governor LePage.

Joshua Tardy will serve as the committee’s chair.

On Tuesday, July 2, 2013 Governor Paul R. LePage performed the swearing in of two judges. “In choosing judges, my focus is on the qualifications, demeanor, and integrity of the candidates, not politics.”

Judges are reviewed by the Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary and confirmed by the full Senate.

You should research which republicans – under the Baldacci administration – are advisors/commissioners/committee members, etc. under the LePage administration. You might learn something. A good place to start is with Joshua Tardy!

Maine Governor Paul LePage has aligned himself with the wrong people, not only with the Judicial Selection  Committee.

Is he getting “advice” from the Baldacci left-overs? Although, Joshua Tardy is a Republican.

(Now former) Rep. Joshua Tardy(R), during the tenure of Governor John Baldacci (D), was contacted regarding a fraudulent election in Biddeford, Maine. He was  informed of  ballot tampering and tampering of first class mailings with the post office. His help was also sought with fraudulent confiscation of  properties.  He stated, quote “this has been hashed over.” When asked why the complaining party wasn’t included in the “hashing over” of this issue, he  declined to speak and hung up.  Now Governor LePage nominates him to the Judicial Selection Committee?


There is some talk of Joshua Tardy running for CD2 congressional seat.  Who wants a lobbyist as a rep? Would he be representing us or his special interests…once again!

Maine lobbyists.

Governor LePage must take into consideration his “lasting legacies is his judicial appointments”  and take his responsibility to nominate judges more seriously. He must work more closely “with the people” who have been so irreparably harmed  by this less than “distinguished group of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents from all parts of the State” who have not “ensured that Maine people continue to be served by a high quality judiciary.”

The people know the problems. One of the problems is colleagues covering each others butts! The longer they have covered up…they deeper the hole they have dug. Misprision of Felony is still on the books!

Help the people restore our republic, Governor LePage. The people will back you.

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  1. Hi!

    There is NO such thing as a legitimate judiciary (original constitution) operating in Maine no matter WHO LePage has on his judiciary team.

    NO such thing exist today.

    LePage can have Tim Buck Two on his team and it would not matter. He can have the most honest person on his team and that would not matter either.

    No legitimate judiciary exist today in Maine. No legitimate courts operate today in Maine.

    None at all.

    LePage is nothing more than the CEO of the democracy state of Maine just like Obama being the CEO of the USA (not the original one). I don’t think LePage understands that, and perhaps the former ones didn’t either.

    The dumbed down population (most of them) here in Maine don’t get it either. Our government schools did a great job in accomplishing that.

    A constitutional governor was once called “His Excellency” but there isn’t a constitutional (original) governor operating today and hasn’t been since 1909.

    None of the so called judges are commissioned. None of them have been “vested” with a public office. None of them possess any judicial powers whatsoever. None of them can sit on the bench to start with and hear causes.


    None at all.

    They are NOT judges, and they are impostors who ought to be jailed
    for their participation in fraud and deception against the people.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

    • Lise, I think that on certain occasions you may be confusing the word “legitimate” with the word “lawful”.

      Legitimate is in accordance to whatever the elected legislature declares that it is supposedly authorized to legally do, while lawful is in accordance to what a constitution says a government is supposedly either authorized or not authorized to do. A constitution supposedly being a written document that outlines the framework of a government and serves as the chains to bind down
      government in order to prevent abuse of its powers.

      But if a constitution has been made, altered or changed so as not to preserve and protect the unalienable rights of mankind, then all you have then is an unjust constitution and a government of no real authority at all.

  2. ” I second Lise’s comments . They all should be jailed .

  3. Hi Nelson,

    Thanks for the clarification.

    I will admit that I like to use different words, and yes, I do mean “no lawful courts exist in Maine.”

    I have said that before.

    It is actually nice to “be corrected.”

    I appreciate it.

    You do it in such a “neat” way that it doesn’t raise defenses (defense mechanisms).

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  4. Hi Patrick Henry,

    So happy that you agree with me in that all these fake judges ought to be jailed.

    Anyone out there agrees or disagrees?

    Let’s hear from you.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  5. Joshua Tardy was an unsurprising, yet terrible choice. What he lacks in ethics he makes up for in kissing up to the right people.

    • Glad to know someone else can see it….and can see through him!

  6. Hi!

    What does “centralization” actually mean and why is this important?

    The word “central or centralize” is not found in the 1843 Bouvier’s Law Dictionary but it is found in the 1854 Bouvier’s:

    1. Central: Relating to the centre or placed in the centre.

    In the 1850 Noah Webster’s Dictionary of the English Language is found:

    1. Central: Belonging to the middle point, and

    2. Centralize: To draw to a central point.

    See for the words:

    1. Centralization: Concentration of control or power in a few individuals.

    2. Centralize: To draw or gather about a center; to bring under one control, especially in government.

    These definitions are enough to get the point across to the people.


    1. To bring the people into one major authority, for ex., the state government – the takeover of the courts, for instance, happened for the first time in 1929 as my research indicates.

    2. To be brought under one control such as government(s).

    3. The concentration of power in central government authority – state and federal governments.

    4. The tendency aimed at centralized performance.

    5. Concentration of management and decision-making power at the top of the government’s hierarchy.

    6. Centered in one central authority which mandates what is required of someone or what is allowed to occur – complete power, makes and enforces rules/regulations, etc, dominance, retaining ultimate power and control, etc.

    7. Dominance over any form of government such as the towns, cities, plantations, counties, and eventually the people (loss of local control).

    8. One supreme government(s) via the state and the federal governments – dictating what is allowed = dictatorship = the people are ruled under – what the goverment grants them ONLY – takes precedent over local interests – asking permission.

    9. A distant bureaucracy – no local control – mandates come from the hands of a single authority – results in a sort of “one size fits all” mentality – uniform rules and regulations, etc.

    10. Top-tier hierarchy of management (not bottom up = the people’s power) – the people just have to obey – no local decision-making – loss of liberties of the people – no voice – no power. = dictatorship from the top.

    The original State of Maine (constitution) states in the “Declaration of Rights” section in Article I (take notice it is Art. 1 which is significant), Section 2 that “all power is inherent in the people.”

    It says what is says and means what it means.

    All power belong to the people (local control – bottom up) and NOT in the hands of a “central” government (coming from Augusta, Maine – top down) dictating to the people.

    Decentralization is the opposite of centralization since the powers are dispersed AWAY FROM a centre. Local control means that the people can participate in their civic duties by voicing their opinions (influence), voting at town meetings, participate in a genuine trial by jury (not as citizens of the USA – foreign agents) who are peers of the vicinity, etc.

    This allows for a strong connectivity among the people who can decide for themselves what is good for them and NOT from a dictator government(s).

    At the local control, the people are closest to the issues that need addressing that effects them near their homes/property, they have a voice (influence, voting) which, in turn, empowers them, and they can move faster in their decision-making rather than “waiting” for the dictator to decide for them.

    Our county courts (local control), within and FOR the county, have been “taken over” by the state (dictator) in 1929 (I am only addressing the courts right now), and things have gone downhill form there where justice no longer prevails.

    Our Common Law disappeared in 1959 (still there – these Maine State Bar Association (monopoly) members had NO delegation of authority to get rid of it).

    In other words, our public courts (county courts) no longer exist except for a few of them as my research indicates. Some of them were never repealed as far as I can tell right now.

    Keep in mind that the courts were places to go to in order to resolve disputes and hopefully receive justice. The commissioned judge’s (his role is as a referee) duties are to make sure that the people’s rights are upheld, and that the county courts operate according to the Constitution of the State of Maine (original).

    What we have operating today “as” courts are “private” courts without any commissioned judges. These so called judges are “hearing examiners” only who do not possess any judicial powers (constitutional – original) whatsoever. They deal with “fictions” (vessels – in admiralty/maritime jurisdiction – military courts) ONLY.

    Anyone, who enters these fake courts, is in for a big surprise if they don’t learn the truth of the matter of these courts.

    It is vital to know what kind of court you have just entered and what kind of judge you will be sitting or standing in front of otherwise you could lose your liberty (going to jail) or losing your property, etc.

    This is why I am writing my book so as to educate the people.

    I have HESITATED in the past in my decision-making as to whether I wanted to do this (it’s a lot of work to research and write the book) but last December I finally made the decision to do it, and now have a contract with a publishing company.

    Dottie was a marvelous influence on me and my decision-making in order to get the information out to the people.

    Nelson, do you have any information about the state flags and state seals (our republic was changed to a democracy in 1909 and possibly the state flag(s) and seal(s) was changed, too)?

    I think this is a piece of the puzzle that is missing in my research and could be important to understand.

    More potential fraud, of course.

    Anyone else, too?

    This could be more evidence of a “shift” in power as it relates to this democracy.

    Hope you enjoy this vital piece of educational information.

    If you see anything that needs correcting, please do so as I welcome it.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  7. Hi!

    Flags of Maine and more:

    The first flag of Maine was passed by the legislature in 1901 (original enacting clause) – approved on March 21, 1901. It is a photo of a pine tree in the center of the flag and a star on the upper left hand side. Not known at this time what the background color is.

    Why wasn’t there a flag of the state in 1820?

    Don’t know.

    There was a Maine State Coat of Arms adopted on June 9, 1820, and there was a Maine State Seal adopted on February 4, 1880.

    Then on February 23,1909 the 74th legislature (under the new enacting clause) changed the flag – ONLY 8 years later (1901).


    And why?

    Take notice that the “new democracy” went into effect in February 1909.

    Is this a coincidence or what?

    Your guess is as good as mine.

    Looks suspicious?

    Of course!

    Will be attempting to get the statutes (laws) of these things soon.

    Must conduct a “compare and contrast” methodology in order to comprehend what is going on today.

    Does anyone have any further information on this?

    All of this is getting rather interesting to say the least.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  8. Hi!

    Does anyone smell a rat?

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  9. Hi!

    I looked up the word “flag” in my various old, old dictionaries, and I could not find the word at all.

    Dictionaries where the word “flag” does not appear:

    1. 1850 Holthous New Law Dictionary

    2. 1835 Tomlins Law Dictionary

    3. 1841 Classical Dictionary

    4. 1856 Bouvier’s Law Dictionary

    It appears to me that a “flag” is not very important otherwise it would be mentioned.

    Don’t you think?

    Maine didn’t have one until 1901. For 81 years Maine didn’t have a flag. Why is that?

    Why have one in 1901?

    Why the change from not having one to having one?

    It was changed in 1909 AFTER the “new” democracy went into effect
    in February, and this new flag took effect in February 1909.

    Very strange, indeed, and very suspicious, too!

    Why is that and especially so soon AFTER 1901?

    Maine did have a “coat of arms” in 1820. What is the significance to this is unknown to me right now – still studying.

    What does a “coat of arms” actually mean?

    Don’t have answers just yet – will continue my research on this matter.

    Anyone on this forum have any answers to this?

    There is, of course, a “flag of the United States” where all the states are represented by a star, and a new star was added to the flag after a new state was entered into the Union.

    This appears to me that the significance of this flag is to be recognized “internationally.”

    Is this true?

    Looks like it to me.

    Anyone else have any ideas about this flag?

    All for now.

    P.S. Isn’t learning fun?

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  10. Hi!

    Thanks for the links.

    They all relate to the “flag of the United States” and the “lost” flag relating to the United States.

    Why didn’t Maine have one in 1820?

    I am wondering if “a flag” is not important at the state level since Maine didn’t have one until 1901.

    Why in 1901?

    And then a new one in 1909?

    Who knows at this point?

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  11. Hi!

    Was quiet for a few days because my girl, Demeter, (dog) was diagnosed on Tuesday with breast cancer; she is 15 years old.

    It will be a sad day to see her leave this earth.

    More information in order to educate the public:

    Ayn Rand quote:

    “Individual rights are not subject to a public vote; a majority has no right to vote away the rights of a minority; the political function of rights is precisely to protect minorities from oppression by majorities (and the smallest minority on earth is the individual).”

    The “new” enacting clause that went into effect in 1909 did precisely the “opposite” of what Ayn Rand (author of Atlas Shrugged and many more books) said.

    51% of the “majority” (mob rule) can “vote away” their own rights plus the rights of the remainder 49%, for example, gun rights, etc.

    In 1909 the State of Maine republic was converted into a democracy by fraud.

    In 1903 the Militia Act (Congressional act) was a “take over” (not completely) of the original state militias, and was amended at least three times, if not more, which eventually was a “complete take over” of the state militia now called the Maine Nat’l Guard.

    Another fraud.

    This act was amended in 1908 and in 1916, and in 1933 an amendment to the Nat’l Defense Act of 1916 was created whereby a separate reserve component of the army called the Army Nat’l Guard of the United States was established.

    Of course, things changed over time from the original act in order to completely change the original reason(s) for its creation in the first place.

    Things are done gradually so the general public, the people, don’t notice the changes being made.

    In WWI the Nat’l Guard was federalized and deployed overseas.

    All fraud, of course.

    How nice!

    State militias were to be used locally and in the service of the United States for certain purposes such as to repel invasions, etc.

    In 1909 the seventy-fourth legislature enacted a new law in Chapter 206 of the Acts and Resolves using, of course, the “new” enacting clause called “An Act to consolidate and revise the Military Laws of the State of Maine.”

    1909 seems to be “the” year that many changes took place such as:

    1. Establishment of a democracy state, and
    2. New flag established from the 1st one in 1901, and
    3. Revise Military Laws of the state militia.

    Is it any wonder why we don’t have “rights” these days?

    Our republic has been “turned upside down.”

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

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