Early 2000s Charlotte Iserbyt Interview By Sovereign Solutions

View interview HERE.

“Last part deals with dangers of unelected councils, school choice, charters, etc.”

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education



To order the updated abridged 2011 version of “the deliberate dumbing down of america”, it is available from 3D Research at Amazon.com.

Published in: on January 29, 2014 at 12:30 pm  Leave a Comment  

Senator Colleen Lachowicz (Kennebec) Sponsors “Resolve” To Amend The Constitution of the State of Maine

Updated 1-29-14

Courtesy of Lise from Maine

“Hi Everyone!

Go to www.mainelegislature.org and in the upper right hand corner type in LD 1564 and see what the fraudulent 1875 resolve accomplished (went into effect in 1876 – one hundred years after the American Revolution – this is NO accident).

This shows that the constitution is ONLY a “statutory” constitution. The 2003 constitution is Title 97, and I do have to wonder if the 2013 one will be Title 98.

We shall see.

This new constitution and some prior ones operate under the “roman civil law” of scholars and the elitists (they are knowledgeable, and we are not according to them) as opposed to the people’s law, the common law.

This is fraud and treason since the legislature and the supreme judicial court (both fakes nowadays) are “suppose” to operate “underneath” it, and instead they both operate “above” it.

What more proof do we need?

What this says overall and over time:

1. There isn’t any genuine, lawful “state” constitution operating by the common law principles.

2. No county courts, within and for the county (local control).

3. No commissioned judges

4. No Jurors selected by the people (local control) since 1935.

All of this is explained in my book.

Isn’t this nice?

Is it any wonder why very few, if any, who enter “their” private courts win? They are “rigged” against the people so most people lose, and the “fake” judge will have them for lunch.

Some knowledgeable people, who take the time to study this fraud and treason, can challenge these “fake” judges and are able to “walk out” without being sent to jail, etc.

This is very rare, indeed.

Can’t learn this information the “night before” court and be able to withstand the
“trickery” that these fake judges pull.

It is a “high” risk to walk into these “fake” courts with “fake” judges.

All for now.

Thank you!”


LD 1564 

Summary of LD 1564
“Resolve, Approving the 2013 Draft and Arrangement of the Constitution of Maine Made by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court and Providing for Its Publication and Distribution”

Sponsor of the Resolve Sen. Colleen Lachowicz, click here.
On the LD 1564 web page you will find the following:

6/18/2013 Senate Reported by Senator LACHOWICZ for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court pursuant to the Constitution of Maine, Article X, Section 6.
Under suspension of the Rules, READ TWICE and PASSED TO BE ENGROSSED.
Ordered sent down forthwith for concurrence.
6/18/2013 House Report was READ and ACCEPTED.
Under suspension of the rules and WITHOUT REFERENCE to a Committee, the Resolve was READ TWICE andPASSED TO BE ENGROSSED.
6/18/2013 House FINALLY PASSED.
Sent for concurrence. ORDERED SENT FORTHWITH.
6/18/2013 Senate FINALLY PASSED – Emergency – 2/3 Elected Required, in concurrence.

Roll calls
No Senate roll-calls were found.

No House roll-calls were found.

Latest Committee Report: Not Reported Out

No public hearings or work sessions have been listed for this bill.

No amendments found.

Title & Section
None listed at this time.

Related: Article X, Section 4 of the Constitution of the State of Maine, click here.

Unless Senator Colleen Lachowicz educates herself, Kennebec….it’s time to send her home! Her unlawful action has affected all Mainers.

Published in: on January 27, 2014 at 8:55 pm  Comments (28)  

Charlotte Iserbyt – Common Core – Save Long Island Forum 1/18/14

“Author and former educator Charlotte Iserbyt spoke with the electricity of a spark plug about how the American school system purposely indoctrinates our children into robot servants of the system.”

Friday night speech by Charlotte Iserbyt at Long Island, NY conference, view video (15:46) HERE.

Saturday night  speech by Charlotte Iserbyt at Long Island, NY conference, view video (40:36) HERE.

Learn more about Charlotte Iserbyt and her book The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America: http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/…

Learn more about Save Long Island: http://savelongisland.org/
Check out the Save Long Island Forum website to see a list of all the speakers: http://savelongislandforum.com/

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education



To order the updated abridged 2011 version of “the deliberate dumbing down of america”, it is available from 3D Research at Amazon.com.

Published in: on January 26, 2014 at 6:47 pm  Leave a Comment  

The Lisbon Reporter Reports On New Hampshire Corruption

The Lisbon Reporter reports “Is There More Behind Lisbon (ME) Corruption? ”

“Hey Lisbon Residents, Got YOUR Thinking Caps On Yet?”

Related:  Click here.

Published in: on January 25, 2014 at 9:35 pm  Leave a Comment  

Charts & The Original Plan For A Federal Reserve Systerm

Courtesy of Jeannette Triplett

Click here.

Published in: on January 25, 2014 at 9:00 pm  Comments (1)  

Is There More Behind New Hampshire Corruption?

Mike Gill Patch is 100% on target. View his interview HERE.


During the tenure of Gov. John Lynch (D) and Kelly Ayotte’s (R) tenure as Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte and Lynch covered up official corruption. The corruption and cover up extended to New Jersey, involving Fort Lee and Bergen County Prosecutors office. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) is fully aware, as is the Office of Inspector General, US DOJ.

View reply from Governor Christie.

Is there a connection between Gov. Christie’s “Bridgegate“, US Senator Kelly Ayotte and the US DOJ? Is there political maneuvering behind the scenes?  Regardless, all three have personal knowledge of state and federal crimes committed, cover up, obstruction of justice and malfeasance of office, involving drugs. Documented evidence supports this.


Related:  Farmington Police Chief, Scott Roberge retired, Police Chief Kevin Willey who replaced Roberge, retired, Sgt. Scott Ferguson, involved with the cover up, resigned, click here.

Arrests Of Political Enemies And Members Of The Media

Source: Infowars.com

Emergency: Obama Launches Purge

View Video HERE.

Alex is right on this – officials will trump up charges to silence people. The City of Biddeford, Maine is ahead in the game! If you’re not a “resident” of Biddeford you can’t use public access….no better plan than to steal your home to keep you away from the use of public access tv!

The Maine Forum – First Amendment Case, click here.


Related: Behind the Black Robes: Failed Justice, Author Barbara C. Johnson, click here.

Published in: on January 24, 2014 at 8:44 pm  Leave a Comment  

20 Subpoenas Issued In The Gov. Christie “Bridgegate” Scandal

The Star Ledger reports “In another day of political drama and legal maneuvering, two new legislative committees were formed Thursday to investigate the George Washington Bridge scandal and within hours, 20 subpoenas were issued to 17 key people and three organizations in the unfolding story.

The moves in Trenton provided a quick signal that the widening investigation into what role Gov. Chris Christie’s administration may have played in the bridge lane closures, which led to massive traffic jams last September, will be aggressive — and not likely to end anytime soon. Christie retained a former federal prosecutor, Randy Mastro, to respond to questions from the committees. Mastro was an assistant U.S. attorney who specialized in organized crime cases and led a federal government’s landmark racketeering suit.

The investigations come amid continuing questions over the why the Port Authority shut down several local bridge toll lanes without warning for four days, then tried to keep a lid on what had happened.

“What we’re really looking at is the ‘why?'” said Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex), who has spearheaded the continuing investigation.

The governor, who said he had nothing to do with the lane closures and was unaware of the involvement of anyone on his staff in what he has suggested may have been a “rogue political operation.”

On the other side of the Statehouse, the Senate approved a similar special committee by a vote of 33-0 “to further investigate all aspects of the finances, operations, and management of the Port Authority and any other matter raising concerns about abuse of government power or an attempt to conceal an abuse of government power.”

That panel will be led by Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen), whose district includes Fort Lee and who was among the first to raise a public outcry over the still unexplained lane closures.

“The investigation will be deliberative, thoughtful and thorough,” Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester) said. “It will pursue all aspects of this case and go wherever the evidence takes it. We want to get the full story and we want the truth about what happened and who was involved.”
(Something to question – Is the US DOJ-OIG playing with the Port Authority???)

The questions of the governor, in the meantime, will not just be coming from the Legislature. A separate inquiry is also underway in Washington, where Sen. Jay Rockefeller IV (D-W.Va.), chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, has also asked what was behind closures on access lanes to the George Washington Bridge in September.

The Port Authority, in a response to the committee’s questions, said Thursday the closures were “aberrational,” but could not explain why they happened. The board still does not have many of the facts as to the motivations behind actions taken at the GWB. “The Port Authority officials who ordered the September 9 to 13 George Washington Bridge lane closures did not follow their agency’s own procedures,” Rockefeller said in a statement. “The Port Authority’s response provides zero evidence that the purpose of these closures was to conduct a legitimate traffic study.”

(The timing of a response from the OIG (September 19th), regarding a complaint (and investigation) involving Bergen County and Fort Lee, surely fits into this picture as a political ploy. However, both parties have questions to answer.)

Read more HERE.

The special committee voted “to further investigate any other matter raising concerns about abuse of government power or an attempt to conceal an abuse of government power.” This “Bridgegate” scandal crosses “state bridges.”


NHGOP executive director, Matt Mowers, subpoenaed in probe of Christie administration ‘Bridgegate’ scandal. Read more HERE.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie In Hot Water…, click here.

Published in: on January 18, 2014 at 2:54 pm  Comments (1)  

Article X, Section 4 of the Constitution of the State of Maine (not Maine constitution)

Courtesy of Lise from Maine

‘”The Legislature, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, may propose amendments to this Constitution; and when any amendment shall be so agreed upon, a resolution shall be passed and sent to the selectmen of the several towns, and the assessors of the several plantations, empowering and directing them to notify the inhabitants of their respective towns and plantations,in the manner prescribed by law, at their next annual meetings in the month of September, to give their votes on the question, whether such amendment shall be made; and if it shall appear that a majority of the inhabitants voting on the question are in favor of such amendment, it shall become “a part” (emphasis is mine) of this Constitution.”

It doesn’t say that the Constitution shall be “rearranged” nor does it say that certain words or phrases shall be “omitted” by the Chief Justice nor does it say that the “amendment” passed by the electors shall be “approved” by the Legislature (see the fraudulent 1875 resolve).

Key words to pay attention to: rearranged, certain words/phrases omitted, Chief Justice, and “approved” by the Legislature (this is code – legislatively made = roman civil law as opposed to the common law).

But it “DOES SAY” that the amendment that was passed shall “become a part” of this Constitution.

That means “added on” and NOT rearranged and omission of things.

A big distinction between what the original Constitution says and what this fraudulent, repugnant 1875 resolve says.

Hope this helps, and it is incorporated into my book.”

Published in: on January 18, 2014 at 12:45 pm  Comments (3)  

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie In Hot Water…

…abuse of power and cover up extends beyond “Bridgegate”.  Gov. Christie in response to complaint regarding cover up by N.J. Attorney General’s Office relative to Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.  A.G. Paula Dow failed to respond to Gov. Christie’s directive. Read more HERE.

Chris Christie’s role in GWB bridge scandal questioned in wake of newly revealed e-mails. The e-mails sent shock waves through New Jersey’s political establishment and raised questions about how high up in the administration the bridge lane shutdown operation may have gone. Christie, in his statement, said he had no knowledge of what had transpired.”

The e-mails suggest that Christie operatives jammed traffic in Fort Lee (Bergen County) to retaliate against Mark Sokolich, the city’s mayor, who did not endorse Christie’s 2013 re­election.”

“What I’ve seen today for the first time is unacceptable,” he said. “I am outraged and deeply saddened to learn that not only was I misled by a member of my staff, but this completely inappropriate and unsanctioned conduct was made without my knowledge. One thing is clear: this type of behavior is unacceptable and I will not tolerate it because the people of New Jersey deserve better.”

“The governor said the behavior “is not representative of me or my administration in any way and people will be held responsible for their actions.” Democrats in New Jersey on Wednesday were calling for a criminal investigation into the whole affair.”

Gov. Chris Christie apologized Thursday for a scandal that threatens his political future, announcing that he had fired a senior aide and banished his top campaign adviser for their roles in days of traffic jams orchestrated to punish a small-city Democratic mayor.”

“Christie at once accepted responsibility as the state’s chief executive but also insisted he had no involvement in shutting down a pair of access lanes to the heavily trafficked George Washington Bridge over four days in early September. The Republican governor said he was “blindsided” by this week’s release of e-mails and text messages detailing his office’s role in the plot to create severe gridlock in Fort Lee, N.J.”

“This is the exception — it is not the rule — of what’s happened over the last four years in this administration,” Christie said. He added that he was “stunned by the abject stupidity that was shown here.”

“Christie repeatedly invoked his ignorance of key events, providing a stark contrast to his carefully cultivated image as a hands-on, can-do chief executive.”

“I am embarrassed and humiliated by the conduct of some of the people on my team,” Christie said. “There’s no doubt in my mind that the conduct that they exhibited is completely unacceptable and showed a lack of respect for the appropriate role of government. “I’ve worked for the last 12 years in public life developing a reputation for honesty and directness.”

Mere days after it was uncovered that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s staff closed traffic lanes in the town nearest the GW Bridge, he is under investigation from the federal government for misuse of Hurricane Sandy relief funds.

Matt Mowers, executive director of the New Hampshire Republican Party, is  identified as a player in the prologue to the “Bridgegate” scandal plaguing his old boss, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Mowers was the regional political director of Christie’s reelection campaign. He had previously served in Christie’s governor’s office as a regional director of intergovernmental relations and legislative affairs. In both roles, Fort Lee was part of the Bergen County region he covered.  Christie won reelection, Mowers was named as the top staffer of the New Hampshire GOP.

Both houses of the N.J. state Legislature announced they will create a special investigatory committees to continue investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures. Incoming state Assembly speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson) called the George Washington Bridge lane closures “an abuse of power.” “This has become more than a transportation issue,” Prieto said. “An abuse of power like this is not something we’re going to stand for.”

“U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone  asked the inspector general of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to look into the “Stronger than the Storm” advertising campaign because he thought it “smelled.” The campaign featured television commercials featuring Christie and his family talking about the state’s recovery from the hurricane.”

Gov. Christie on Tuesday vowed in his State of the State speech “to take steps to ensure the “breach of trust” that led to the turbulent political scandal rocking his office will not happen again. Mistakes were clearly made. And as a result, we let down the people we are entrusted to serve. I know our citizens deserve better. Much better.”  I’m the governor and I am ultimately responsible for all that happens on my watch — both good and bad,” said Christie.

New Jersey Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto announced this afternoon the names of 12 lawmakers who will sit on a new, high-profile committee looking into the George Washington Bridge scandal. The goal of the committee is to get answers to the questions that we have and continue on what the Assembly committee has already started, Prieto said, noting the focus will be in large part on public safety. We’ve got more questions than answers we’ve gotten.”

“The committee, set to be authorized Thursday, will have the assistance of a former federal prosecutor who led the case against former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.”

Christie announced today the hiring of the Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher law firm and specifically Randy Mastro to assist both with the review and an investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s office into the closings, which snarled traffic for four days in Fort Lee. Mastro, a former assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, specialized in organized crime and racketeering cases.

Timeline of Port Authority’s George Washington Bridge controversy, HERE.

Documents gathered by the NJ State Assembly posted here.

Published in: on January 16, 2014 at 5:04 pm  Leave a Comment  
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