URGENT UPDATE: Talkshoe Radio With Guest Mike Gill – New Hampshire State of Corruption

UPDATE – 8-8-16

Part 2 regarding Rockingham judicial corruption. I was in front of Judge Anderson for the second time in as many weeks. Watch how all of the pieces fit together. Please watch, like, and share. View State of Corruption NH – Rockingham House of Corruption II, click HERE. (Scroll down to All Videos)

Judge rules in favor of Mike Gill and Aaron Day: Denies ‘gag order’ request.

“On Friday a Rockingham County Court Judge ruled in favor of Mike Gill and Aaron Day on a portion of the defamation lawsuit brought against them by businessmen Dick Anagnost, Andrew Crews and William Greiner. The suit was brought back in April due to signs placed on a Manchester billboard that accuse the men of either being drug dealers or extortionists.

Part of the lawsuit was to get an injunction against Gill and Day that would stop them from either posting the signs or speaking about the case or any of the men involved. Greiner’s lawsuit against Day is actually based on a Facebook comment. That’s right, a Facebook comment. Greiner has one of the biggest mouths in Bedford and regularly says nasty things about people he doesn’t like yet he is suing Day over a Facebook comment that Greiner will have to prove isn’t true.

This case will probably take years to actually get through but on Friday, the judge in the case ruled against the “gag order.” This means that neither Gill nor Day have to keep their mouths shut about the case or the men involved. And yes, Gill can continue with his signs if he so desires.” Read more HERE.

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016
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Mike’s life and freedom are at stake. Please join us in support of Mike!

For newcomers to the program, listen to our interview with Mike on June 1, 2016, click here.

State of Corruption Radio Broadcasts and Video archives, click HERE.

Published in: on August 2, 2016 at 9:06 pm  Leave a Comment  

Lawless America Show on TalkShoe with Bill Windsor – Tuesday August 25, 2015

Personal Message from the Host:

PLEASE join us for this extremely important call.

Tuesday August 25, 2015
8-10 pm EDT – 7-9 pm CDT – 6-8 pm MDT – 5-7 pm PDT

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Talkshoe Radio – The Maine Supreme Court’s Advisory Opinion Over Disputed Governor Paul LePage Vetoes

Discussion on the advisory opinion released by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court on Thursday, August 6, 2015.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015
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EPISODE 68  LISTEN HERE.

1826   Question of Law 

1831   Question of Law 

1857   Question of Law

1861   Question of Law 

1873  Question of Law

1891   Question of Law

1901   Question of Law  

1990   Question of Law

1993   Question of Law

EPISODE 67, LISTEN HERE. – – Talkshoe Radio – Maine Supreme Court Oral Arguments Over Disputed Governor Paul LePage Vetoes, click here.

EPISODE 66, LISTEN HERE. – Talkshoe Radio – Was Maine Governor Paul LePage Set Up? Click here.

EPISODE 65, LISTEN HERE. – Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: Adjournment Fiasco Between Maine Governor Paul LePage and The Legislature, click here.

Published in: on August 9, 2015 at 5:46 pm  Comments (1)  

Talkshoe Radio – Maine Supreme Court Oral Arguments Over Disputed Governor Paul LePage Vetoes

Continued discussion on the adjournment fiasco between Governor Paul LePage and the Legislature and the Maine Supreme Court’s Oral Arguments heard on Friday, July 31, 2015.

Hear audio from Friday’s hearing. Click here.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015
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EPISODE 67, LISTEN HERE.

EPISODE 66, LISTEN HERE.

EPISODE 65, LISTEN HERE.

Related:

Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: Adjournment Fiasco Between Maine Governor Paul LePage and The Legislature, click here.

Talkshoe Radio – Was Maine Governor Paul LePage Set Up? Click here.

Published in: on August 3, 2015 at 10:25 am  Comments (12)  

Maine Governor Paul LePage Requests Opinion of Maine Supreme Court Over Veto Dispute and the Legislature’s Adjournment

BDN reports “Gov. Paul LePage’s contention that the Legislature is adjourned and that he has the right to hold 70 enacted bills until lawmakers reconvene was rebuffed on two fronts late Friday afternoon, including  an opinion from Democratic Attorney General Janet Mills.

The opinion, which was requested by Sens. Dawn Hill, D-Cape Neddick, and Tom Saviello, R-Wilton, has been circulated to a range of lawmakers and the governor’s office. It is unlikely to sway LePage, who has said he will ask the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to rule on the matter if it is not otherwise resolved.  Read more HERE.

The Maine Wire reports “A Breakdown of the Veto Dispute.” Read more HERE.

7-24-15 – PPH article “Groups weigh in with state’s high court on LePage’s veto dispute with Legislature”, read here, and updated to this article, read here.

BDN reports “Gov. Paul LePage, legislative leaders, the attorney general and several advocacy groups made their cases to the state’s highest court Friday, submitting detailed legal briefs in a dispute over whether 65 bills are in law or vetoed.

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court will consider the written briefs ahead of oral arguments scheduled for next week.” Read more HERE.

GOVERNOR’S REQUEST FOR OPINION OF THE JUSTICES

On Friday, July 17, 2015, at 12:40 p.m., the Governor of the State of Maine, Paul R. LePage, submitted the following questions to the Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court pursuant to Article VI, Section 3 of the Maine Constitution:

  1. What form of adjournment prevents the return of a bill to the Legislature as contemplated by the use of the word, adjournment, in Art. IV, pt. 3, §2 of the Maine Constitution?
  2. Did any of the action or inaction by the Legislature trigger the constitutional three-day procedure for the exercise of the Governor’s veto?
  3. Are the 65 bills I returned to the Legislature on July 16 properly before that body for reconsideration?

Documents:

The court has set a deadline of noon Wednesday for response briefs, and will hear oral arguments from the governor and the Legislature Friday, July 31.

This is an interesting article by the PPH “Denied public funds, Maine Republican House leader, Kenneth Fredette, to tap private funding for lawyer in veto case.” Read more HERE.

Related:

State of Maine Legislature Glossary of Terms: ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE – Adjournment Without Day. This is the final adjournment of the session when all business has been completed.

ORDERS ADJOURN WITHOUT DAY, Thursday, July 16, 2015 – S.O. 24 and S.O. 25, click here.

To note* – The Legislature had no authority to re-convene after June 17th based on Title 3, sec. 2 which states they must adjourn on the 3rd Wednesday of June, unless they extend the days. They didn’t extend the days on June 17th.

Courtesy of Lise from Maine…
“In Article IV, Part Third, Section 1 of the Constitution of the State of Maine it says that the Legislature must establish a law citing “limitations” regarding time frames of the first and 2nd legislative sessions.

That law is Title 3, MRS, Section 2 where it states that the first legislative session will end on the third Wednesday of June unless there is an emergency and they can extend it for 5 days excluding Sundays, and if there is “another” emergency, then they can extend it for another 5 days and must extend an extra day for the Governor to bring forth his objections, if any. This is a total of 11 days only and no more.

They ONLY get 11 days total as they can’t go on forever. There must be an ending according to law and there is.

The 3rd Wednesday in June of this year is June 17th. The legislature did NOT extend any days on June 17th which means that they were adjourned (finished) according to Title 3, MRS, Section 2. The law says what it says and means what it means. No getting around it.

On June 18th the legislature met again unlawfully and extended their session for 5 days by those present and voting.They were NOT allowed to do this as it violates Title 3, MRS, Section 2which is a constitutional mandate. They had NO delegation of authority to proceed to meet on June 18th, and this constitutes criminal activity by all those voting on that day and subject to impeachment.

Anything they did AFTER June 17th is fraud and treason. They either had the authority or they didn’t. In this situation, they did NOT have any authority to proceed beyond June 17th. Plain and simple it was over on June 17th.

This is very simple to follow, and it is short and sweet and to the point.

Talkshoe Radio – Adjournment Fiasco Between Maine Governor Paul LePage and The Legislature, listen HERE.

Do Maine Legislators Understand The Constitution? Read more HERE.

Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: Adjournment Fiasco Between Maine Governor Paul LePage and The Legislature

Discussion on the dispute of “adjournment” with Phil Merletti and Lise DuPont, Researcher and Author of “Where Did The Original Constitutional State Go?”

This is NOT about liking or disliking Governor LePage, this is about the “rule of law.”

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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EPISODE 65, LISTEN HERE.

Governor Paul LePage legal memo, click here.

A.G. Janet Mills’ Opinion, click here.

Legislative Council’s letter to Cynthia Montgomery, LePage’s Chief Legal Counsel, click here.

Letter from the Maine Office of the Revisor’s of Statutes, click here.

SP 556 “ADJOURN UNTIL THE CALL OF THE SPKR AND PRES”, click here.

SP 556 – Bill Text, click here.

Published in: on July 15, 2015 at 4:05 pm  Leave a Comment  

Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: Update on Public Hearings – An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
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Archived program, EPISODE 63, click here.

LD 161- An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine, HERE.

Related: Episode 60 Special Guest, Tom DeWeese President of the American Policy Center

Related:  Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: Update on Public Hearings – An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine and An Act To Authorize the Carrying of Concealed Handguns without a Permit
Click here.

Published in: on April 24, 2015 at 9:24 pm  Leave a Comment  

Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: Update on Public Hearings – An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine and An Act To Authorize the Carrying of Concealed Handguns without a Permit

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 (Part 2)
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Archived program, EPISODE 62, click here.  (Part 2)

(We finished up with LD 652 and didn’t get to LD 161 which will be topic for next week’s program.)

LD 161- An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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Archived program, EPISODE 61, click here.  (Part 1)

LD 652 An Act To Authorize the Carrying of Concealed Handguns without a Permit, HERE.

LD 161- An Act To Ban the United Nations Agenda 21 in Maine, HERE.

PHIL M report on presentations, click here. (To view public testimony of names listed, click here.)

PHIL M. Letter to the Sheriffs, click here.

PHIL M COMPLAINT to President of the Senate, click here.

To be continued next week…

Published in: on April 11, 2015 at 3:54 pm  Comments (11)  

Talkshoe Radio – Maine Exposed: State of Maine Governmental Reorganization (1971) – Part 2

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
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Also joining us – Special  Guest, Tom DeWeese President of the American Policy Center

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Archived program, EPISODE 60, click here. (Part 2)
Archived program, EPISODE 59, click here. (Part 1)

State of Maine Governmental Reorganization: A Summary of New Departments and Agencies Approved by the 105th Legislature, click here.

1971 Governor Ken Curtis – Message to the Legislature, click here.

1931 An Act Relating to the Administration of the State _PL_c216,click here.

Related:
1973 AN ACT to Provide Elected District Attorneys District Attorneys 1973_PL_c567, click here.

Commissions: Chief Justice Andrew Wiswell, Justices of the Peace, Trial Justices, County Attorneys, County Commissioners, Clerks of “all” Judicial Courts, click here.

Published in: on April 3, 2015 at 7:52 pm  Leave a Comment  

Talkshoe Radio – Maine State Bar Association…100 Years of Law & Justice (1891-1991) (Part 3)

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
9:00 PM EDT

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Part 3 – Archived program, EPISODE 58, click here.

Part 2 – Archived program, EPISODE 57, click here.

Part 1 – Archived program, EPISODE 56, click here.

*Note: The Maine Supreme Court issued their opinion in the Question of Law presented to the court by Gov. LePage….We started the program with the opinion and didn’t get into the 100 Years of Law and Justice which ties in to the opinion. We will continue part 2 next week.

OPINION OF THE JUSTICES

100 Years of Law & Justice (1891-1991),  click here.

1891 Act Incorporating Maine State Bar Association, click here.

Published in: on March 21, 2015 at 7:46 pm  Leave a Comment  
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