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Showing posts with label Maine We The People. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Maine We The People. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Press Conference Tomorrow 8/14 9:30AM - Hall of Flags, Augusta State House‏

Press Conference: The Constitutions Get a “Watchful Eye” in Maine
WHERE: The State Capitol, Hall of Flags
WHEN: Thursday, August 14, 2014; 9:30 – 11 AM

Wayne Leach, Phillip Merletti, and Jack McCarthy, members of the Constitution Coalition of
Maine, announce the formation of We The People of Maine, Inc., a permanent non-political,
non-profit organization, formed of, by and for the People of Maine, whose sole purpose will be
to scrutinize government behavior at every level, and hold elected officials accountable to the
Rule of Law, from the State and Federal Constitutions and statutes down to local Charters and

The Constitution Coalition has determined that the overwhelming majority of our elected and
appointed officers are unaware of the principles, prohibitions, restrictions and mandates of our
Constitutions; the Rule of Law is being replaced by the Rule of Whim and Man; our
Constitutions are hanging by a thread; and, the People are the only sure reliance for the
preservation of their liberty.

Citizens of Maine join the citizens of Connecticut and New York who have established We The
People of Connecticut, Inc. and We The People of New York, Inc. People everywhere are
realizing that, by the authority of our Constitutions, the People structure and regulate their
government, and that the task of defending the Constitutions is the People's alone.

The We the People of Maine corporation is established to assist the Free People of this State to
institute a culture and environment where all elected officials will be expected to exercise and
embrace a sufficient reverence and enduring respect for the People and their Charters of
Freedom, with the knowledge that a critical mass of People – well educated about their Rights
and the means to secure them – are watching what they are doing in their official capacities,
and are able to hold them peacefully, but directly accountable, without undue reliance on the
electoral process, and regardless of their political party.

Press kits will be available.
CONTACT: Wayne Leach,; (207) 872-8998

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Thursday, March 20, 2014

WND EXCLUSIVE 2 More State Houses Join Plan To Rein In Feds

Convention would open door to new limits on Washington’s power
By Bob Unruh

Two more state Houses have joined a plan to rein in the power of the federal government by calling for a convention at which representatives of the states would enact new limits on Washington’s power.
Congress, the White House, even governors, would have little to say about it.
According to Convention of States, a project of a group called Citizens for Self-governance, the state House of Representatives in Arizona and its counterpart in Alaska have adopted the plan to call a convention of the states for the purpose of constitutional amendments.
The organization’s outreaches now are heading to Oklahoma and Colorado.
WND reported March 6 when the Georgia legislature became the first to pass an application “to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.”
State Sen. Cecil Staton, R-Macon, said at that time he was “pleased that the Georgia legislature has given voice to the frustrations of millions of Georgians.”
“Enough is enough. It is time to impose fiscal and other restraints on our runaway federal government. We urge other states to join us,” said Macon, the primary sponsor of the resolution.
“We Georgians have become the hope of the nation today,” said Jacqueline Peterson, the Georgia state director for the Convention of States Project. “Many thanks to our state legislators for standing for liberty. May God bless us, every single one!”
The idea is to have an Article V Convention of States, the one process the U.S. Constitution gives to citizens to bypass the White House, Congress and even their own governors to establish a new path for the nation.
The president in 2017 could face new limits on executive orders, Commerce Clause actions, a balanced federal budget and a ban on using international treaties to govern inside the U.S. if the state-based movement is successful.
There could even be term limits for Supreme Court justices and Congress, and a mandatory sunset of all existing federal taxes.
The ideas are being discussed in legislatures where a Convention of the States has been proposed.
Thousands of Americans already have signed on in support of the idea that Americans themselves need to address Washington’s massive spending, over-regulation and takeover of authority from states

Read more here.
Convention would open door to new limits on Washington's power

This just might All work, if we do not find Ourselves under Martial Law by then.

Won't You Stand And Fill The Gap?

Saturday, November 30, 2013

We The People

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