Friday, October 31, 2014
Since around 1977, the Maine State legislature has established a deeply entrenched network of unconstitutional state corporations, which has transformed, in practice, Maine State to Maine State Inc, operating for the benefit of corporate profits and using all as instrumentalities of the state (corporation). Every election the legislature presents a full package of bonds for public approval which are used to finance the on-going operations of Maine State Inc. These bonds are presented with the usual glossy surface rhetoric of creating jobs but to understand their full purpose, one needs to look deeper at the statutes that have entrenched Maine State Inc over the Maine State Constitution as the governing authority of Maine. This posts provides a glimpse into what lies below the glossy surface and copacetic rhetoric used to market the bonds to the public and is based on five years of independent research into Maine economic development legislation. Maine Just Say NO to Bonds!
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 9:40 AM
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Can a Write in Vote For The Late Governor Seldon Connor Effect A Paradigm Shift in Maine Politics?
Updated this post with new graphic stating: He may be DEAD- but he's also RIGHT! So He's DEAD RIGHT! Write-in the late Governor Seldon Connor in Maine's Governor's Race. See Connor's Speech here!
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 8:52 AM
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Does A conscious Business make Since- video by John Mackey, Founder of Whole Foods and the Conscious Capitalism Movement and inspiration for the Great American Ceramic Artists Designer Craftsmen Network- only a vision now but moving towards reality as the evolution of Andersen studio- Andersen Design ceramic wild life sculptures and functional forms , made in the USA since 1952.
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 8:44 AM
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Andersen Studio Evolution Diaries: Darma Art and Other Rambing Thoughts on How and Why to Craft a Successful Crowdfunder
Andersen Studio-Design is a small independent private sector American Ceramic design and slip-casting enterprise, in existence since 1952. We need to raise capital in order to preserve our business in a way that can be carried on by future generations of ceramic designers and crafters . However, being so independent has its drawbacks- we don't have an easily accessed network of support needed to pull off a successful crowd funder. I see the most likely avenue of support as coming from the Conscious Capitalism movement started by John Mackey who founded Whole Foods, but how does one get the attention of a Mr Mackey and/or other other influencer willing to lend their name in support of our project? I suppose one can start by spreading the word- which is what I am doing now in this rambling and philosophical post about where Andersen Studio finds itself in today's world and how a company like Andersen Studio can make this world a better place in ways not usually considered in contempora
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 7:26 AM
Sunday, October 12, 2014
I accidentally deleted this post. I recreated it but the link is now different and so I am posting it again with new link Mikkel Clair Nissen is a Danish psychologist who has written a book exposing the the life and general psychology of Danish people under socialism. He is so much on the same page as I am on in my blog and he is a passionate spokesperson and an eloquent writer. Perhaps if Americans and Mainer's hear the message from a European living in a deeply entrenched socialists system, the message will be more powerfully conveyed. In this post I show some of teh correlation between what Mr Nissen discusses and what is taking place in Maine as the government has been incrementally transformed from a state to a corporation
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 6:26 AM
Thursday, October 9, 2014
The final installment of my encounter with the overlords of Maine's economy in the 2009 Juice Conference in which the winner of the competition is unveiled ! Don't miss it!
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 7:54 AM
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: High Brow Art VS the Marketplace and the Maine Juice Conference
I set out to tell my story of encounter with the overlords of Maine at the 2009 Juice conference, but writers block takes me off in other directions including more about the National Endowments for the Arts, Marxism vs free enterprise system and more.
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 1:39 PM
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Preserving The American Political Philosophy: Making Government Smaller - Let's Revisit the National Endowments for the Arts
So much talk about making government smaller ! How do we begin? Taking a look at The National Endowments for the Arts.
Posted by Mackenzie Andersen at 9:56 AM