Examining the Fundamental transformation of the American political system that originated in the political philosophy preserved by Publius in The Federalist Papers.
This blog was originally published as Main Street Economy and focused on legislation passed in the state of Maine "inspired" by similar laws passed by other states which collectively constitutes a fundamental transformation of the American political philosophy within state incubators.
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Andersen Design collaborates with Calypso
AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSOR!
AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSOR!
It is with great faith and expectations that we are setting up a new stand alone production, While our current location plans are uncertain, this is a move consistent with our business plan which involves setting up a local stand alone production where we can train others to set up satellite productions, ideal for Maine's low income high unemployment regions but can be located anywhere. For more information on the network request our business plan.Please state the nature of your interest and but Requesting Business Plan as subject.
Production is slow now while we make the transition but we are taking orders for when we are set up, hopefully in the next month.Taking orders in advance will help us to make plans and hire a staff.
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Harborfest in Boothbay Harbor is featuring a vintage theme. We are setting up a space upstairs from Calypso where we will be displaying contemporary and vintage work. Hours will be posted later. We expect to be open through September and possibly longer .
Calypso Ad designed by Mackenzie Andersen. For Graphic Design and Photography Services by Mackenzie you can make a request by email with "Requesting Graphic Design Info" as subject, or call 207 449-1449
M oney is not what it used to be, so must our ways of thinking about it adapt. jaakko-kemppainen-unsplash The message treads across the media terrain, beating louder and louder as if to drown out the beat of the distant drummer. W arning! The only thing the stimulus will stimulate is inflation. The people will pay as the wealthy elite invests their windfalls in financial assets. Doom and gloom set to march across the land to the beat of the distribution of stimulus funds. In recent years as past predictions of fiscal disaster following stimulus spending failed to materialize and so the thinking about national debt and deficits has evolved, most noticeably with the development of Modern Monetary Theory . In the fall of 2020, National Affairs published a story, Does the Debt Matter ? by Peter Wehner & Ian Tufts. Peter Wehner is vice president and senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and served in the last three Republican administrations. Ian Tufts is a recent g
The most honest statement to come out of the ringleaders of the Joint Economic Community Development Group in their first workshop program was "none of us are experts on economic development", which in my most humble opinion is evident in the fact that the JECD begins with the premise that economic development can be master minded by central management. The article in the Boothbay Register begins with this paragraph: The Joint Economic Development Committee master plan workshop on Thursday, Oct. 12 discuss findings from stakeholder interviews conducted early last month. The interviews centered around building an overall economic development strategy for Edgecomb, Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor and Southport. Who are the stakeholders? A search for articles in the Boothbay Register comes up short. Why is the public not told who the stakeholders are. Since the taxpayers of Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor footed the bill for the JECD's consultants, why are they not the stakeh
"Social Impact” developers in Portland, Maine seek to squelch a referendum for smaller shelters called for by qualified practitioners with concrete experience in the field. A large sign says Vote C to support the Homeless, small handmade sign next to it says Untrue! That sign is paid for by developers who want / Photo by Jess Falero In the 1970s under Governor Longley , Maine became a centrally managed economy that expanded Maine’s wealth gap and merged, almost seamlessly, the public and private and the non-profit and for-profit economic sectors into one mutually beneficial wealth-concentration & distribution system. Currently, mutually benefitting factions are coming together once again in hopes of building a mega-shelter for the homeless in a Portland, Maine industrial development district. In addition to beds for the homeless, the project will include, dining, and locker facilities, as well as offices and an attached health clinic. The promotion describes the facility