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SGP: Another Scam in the Minnesota perverse Meritocracy. Part 1 of 2

Associate Justice David Lee Lillehaug

This article revisits this writer’s assertion that promotions and rewards within our government and political parties do not happen as rewards for serving the best interests of WE THE PEOPLE. Rather they occur for maintaining the facade that our government promotes the best interests of WE THE PEOPLE, while actually promoting the best interests of the wealthy and corporate ruling class.

This article is presented as part of a continuing series of articles intended to provide American Citizens with information and reporting necessary for them to retake our country, and restore our Constitution, Natural Law, the Rule of Law and our Bill of Rights.

This writer's attention was brought to this article by the following news story.

'Pro bono' legal work for 2011 shutdown cost Minnesota $77,000 http://strib.mn/1dkPgCK

The above referenced, heavily spun article discusses how Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, in kind of an off the books way, paid David Lee Lillehaug's $77,000 for work that was supposed to be done for free. Because of the "accounting discrepancy" this controverys did not arise until a couple of weeks ago.

David Lee Lillehaug and this writer's paths had crossed many years ago. This story reaffirmed this writer's low opinion of David Lee Lillehaug. And this two part series, will likely have Minnesota Citizens and rank and file Democrats with a new perspective of reality regarding their government and Democratic Party respectively.

The evils of tyranny are rarely seen but by him who resists it. – John Hay (1872)

This article takes place at the intersection of fraud perpetrated upon Charities and Pension funds by a certain bank, as well as that bank's participation in the wrongful repossession of vehicles from 150-200 Minnesota families. The reader is advised that they can find the documentation to this writer’s allegations with the Minneapolis FBI, and in Hennepin County Court Cases Bank North vs 1st National Bank of Anoka, NA is 27CV88-22383, Citizens State Bank of St. Louis Park vs. 1st National Bank of Anoka, NA 91-002759, Don Mashak vs Norwest Bank 93-016429. This writer will post specific proofs and documents at the follow url in the next few days http://goo.gl/BGA8Hy. At the time, Wells Fargo Bank, NA was called Norwest Bank, Na.

The actors in this great play include this writer, current Minnesota Supreme Court Judge David Lee Lillehaug, former Chief of Staff to a now deceased US Senator, Jeff Blodgett, the unnamed deceased Senator, then Wells Fargo Bank (Wells Fargo) President Richard Kovacevich , Wells Fargo Board member Daniel-Saklad, Wells Fargo Lawyer Sherry Hellerman-Gould, former First National Bank of Anoka, NA (FNA)President William Bunker and FNA’s VP Roger Oakerman. (There are other players but this is the short list)

This writer asserts that US Attorney David Lee Lillehaug refused to pursue this writer’s allegations 20+ years ago of the wrongful repossession of 150-200 vehicles from innocent Minnesota families and the subsequent escalating witness tampering threats which culminated in death threats. This writer asserts that if now US Minnesota Supreme Court Judge David Lillehaug had pursued this writer’s allegations 20 years ago, Wells Fargo Bank, NA would not have went on to savage various charities and pension funds later...

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Those were my thoughts.

In Closing:

Thank you, my fellow citizens, for taking your valuable time to read and reflect upon what is written here.

If what is written here rings true to you, perhaps you should contact your local elected officials and let them know. If you are afraid of repercussions, snail mail it anonymously and ask them to respond in the local paper or their own monthly/quarterly internet newsletter. Even if this article refers to something outside you geographic area, it still likely applies to your location. Remember all those taxpayer training junkets we taxpayers send the bureaucrats on? They all learn the same “livestock management” techniques to use on WE THE PEOPLE.

And that leaves WE THE PEOPLE with this conundrum: While our #Government works full time with compensation and funded with our money for the cause of #Tyranny; WE THE PEOPLE are forced to work part time without compensation for the cause of #liberty with what is left over of our time, money and energy.

Finally, this article is written with the same intentions as Thomas Paine http://ushistory.org/paine. I seek no leadership role. I seek only to help the American People find their own way using their own “Common Sense” http://amzn.to/kbRuar

Keep Fighting the Good Fight!

In Liberty,
Don Mashak
The Cynical Patriot
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WE THE PEOPLE TAR #WETHEPEOPLETAR
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End the Fed(eral Reserve Bank System) #ETF
National http://bit.ly/ta3Rju Minneapolis http://bit.ly/tjZJKF

Bring Home the Politicians #BHTP
http://BringHomethePoliticians.com

Lawless America #LawlessAmerica
http://LawlessAmerica.com

Term Limits #TermLimit
http://TermLimits.org

Justice in Minnesota #JIM
http://JusticeinMN.com

Critical Thinking Notice - This author advises you as no politician would dare. Exercise Critical Thinking (http://bit.ly/ubI6ve) in determining the truthfulness of anything you read or hear. Do not passively accept nor believe anything anyone tells you, including this author... unless and until you verify it yourself with sources you trust and could actively defend your perspective to anyone who might debate you to the contrary of your perspective.

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Outraged? Use Your 2nd Vote

I will admit that I was surprised by the reaction the Coke commercial received during the Super Bowl.  I didn't see it live (I found the company of my friends and husband much more delightful than anything happening on the television during that game) and as an information junkie and activist, I have seen far worse happening in certain public schools where 'balkanization' is institutionalized.  (Read about what is happening at Tucson public schools with La Raza studies, and note that this is written by liberal democrat Loretta Hunnicut.

The thing that really struck me is that those consumers of Coca-Cola products who were offended, have no idea how the corporation spends its money on activism and social causes.

In December, during the flak over Duck Dynasty and A&E, I read about an app call 2nd Vote.  A commenter on the Cracker Barrel Facebook page mentioned that she already knew that Cracker Barrel is more liberal than expected, but their removal of Phil Robertson merchandise was the last straw for her (paraphrasing).  This piqued my curiosity about 2nd Vote and her reference to Cracker Barrel being liberal. 

According to their website, 2nd Vote is "the revolutionary new app that keeps your spending aligned with your conservative values."  Their motto is 'Your Vote Counts Beyond The Ballot'.  The app lists companies that provide goods and service by category or that are searchable by name, and rank them based on four issues: 2nd Amendment Rights, Environment, Marriage and Pro-Life.  The app gives brief examples of how companies spend their money in relation to each of these issues and social causes.  Therefore, if you see that the company ranks low on an issue that is important to you as an individual, you can see the explanation and do additional research.  If a company has a lower ranking because of one issue, you can decide if that one issue will drive your purchasing decisions.  You can also research by the four individual issues to see how companies rank specifically on that one issue, verses the cumulative score based on all four.  This is a great tool for single issue advocacy, i.e. groups and citizens focused on preserving and defending the 2nd Amendment.

It is actually fascinating to note where companies are spending their money, and there are plenty of surprises, like Cracker Barrel, which has a cumulative score of 4.7, ranked passively liberal. Their individual scores breakdown to neutral on Environment (no financial giving or activity in this area), liberal on Marriage and passively liberal on Pro-Life.  The reason for their low ranking on the issue of Marriage is because they offer limited same sex benefits, they funded the Nashville Human Rights Council Equality Gala, and actively participate in LGBT causes financially.  After having a contentious relationship with the LGBT community and being targeted by the HRC for years, Cracker Barrel is very active with the HRC currently, which is not the image they portray to the public.  It also explains why they were so quick to pull Phil Robertson merchandise from their 'Country' Stores nationwide.

My suggestion to all consumers is to use your second vote, the vote with the power to make a difference to corporations, your money.  Activist groups get funding by being the squeaky wheel, while consumers are ignorant to what causes companies are funding.  Stop reacting to things like commercials, or companies banning certain products, and be proactive in knowing where you spend your money.  I'll be honest, sometimes there is no good alternative (i.e. both Coke and Pepsi received a ranking of 3.5, actively liberal), but at least you are informed as to why they received those rankings and can make a buying decision accordingly.  Letting companies know that we, the consumers, are aware of their activist funding and are making buying decisions based on these issues will incentivize them to think about the consumers more than the activists groups.

 

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SGP: UNIFIED THEORY OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS


Most Americans feel something has changed, and not for the better, in America. But ask them what exactly has changed and how the change

occurred, and most can only give a general impression of a loss of liberty and expansion of government power and control.

It is this writer’s belief that his Unified Theory of American Government and Politics will help his fellow American understand what is changing, how it is being changed and how they can resist change they oppose. Now this writer has collected enough information to write a book, but in deference to constructive and less constructive feedback about the length of some of his articles, this article will be a summary of this theory. (And I will write the book in the future). The Importance of getting this information into the minds of the American masses outweigh any personal economic considerations.

This writer politely suggests the reader will get more out of this article if they read these 2 previous articles first:


To understand foundation of American Government, it is necessary
to how our current American Government came to be. We will look at
aspects of the government that preceded our Republic and examine and
compare those same aspects as they occurred in the early Republic. We
will compare these aspects of Governance under:

  1. Divine Right of Kings – Pre-American Revolution
  2. Consent of the Governed – Early America
  3. Progressivism – Current Day America


For our purposes, we are going to go back to the fall of the Roman Empire 476 AD.
In Western Europe, following the fall of Rome an economic system know
as Feudalism and a Governance Doctrine Known as the Divine Right of
Kings evolved into being.


DIVINE RIGHT OF KINGS


The Governance Doctrine of Divine Right of Kings stated essentially:
The King is a God or the representative of God here on earth, and, therefore no earthly being can question his decisions.


NO RIGHTS


All property belonged to the King. People upon the Kings property
were subjects as opposed to citizens. Subjects do not have rights; they
obtain permissions and/or privileges from the King or the Kings
representative.


NO PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS


None besides the King owned property; they obtained the King’s
permission to be upon it and/or were granted the privilege of managing a
particular piece of property for the King in exchange for loyalty,
payments and soldiers for the King’s Army. In short, almost the entire
wealth of the country belonged to the King.


SUBJECTS


The vast majority of people were peasants. Under the economic system
of Manorial Feudalism peasants were essentially tied to a parcel of
land. In effect, they were the property of the King and whomsoever the
King appointed to manage that land.


CLASS SYSTEM


Various Class systems existed. The sharpest division was the King
and his subjects. But to control all of his lands and subjects, the
King had to delegate authority to others to administer sections of his
Kingdoms. From this arose an aristocracy; initially just the trusted
Administrators of the King’s Property and/or governmental affairs.

Though they did not think of it like this at the time, Aristocrats
essentially traded the liberty of the masses for their own personal
gain. Even if the King was wrong, they most usually went along to get
along to keep their privileges and permissions. Little or no thought
was given to the quality of life of the lower classes. And any conflicts
of conscience between the King and the peasants were quickly decided in
the favor of the King. Perhaps the key thought to take from this
paragraph is that the King cannot maintain control without the support
of the lower hierarchy. The King and the aristocracy were mutually
dependent on each other to maintain their power and privilege and
enforce their will on the masses.

As the Governance Doctrine of the Divine Right of Kings matured,
another class of persons emerged called “Freedmen” or “Freemen” These
often were merchants or tradesmen with enough wealth to be able to
support and free themselves.


SELF DETERMINATION


There was little or no Self-Determination. An individual’s life was
most predicted by the class or status they were born into. Life was so
harsh and existence so close to the margins, that most could not afford
the consequences of challenging the social order. Your profession was
most likely to be that of your father. If you were born the son of a
blacksmith, more than likely you would grow up to be a blacksmith. If
you were born the daughter of a blacksmith, you father would likely
arrange a marriage with for you with someone of similar class and
status. There were exceptions, to be sure, but the upward mobility
experienced in the first 225 years of the American Republic did not
exist under Feudalism and the Divine Right of Kings.

Without Self-Determination, the day to day, month to month and year
to year elements of living became settled tradition. And tradition and
superstition became the reasons and restraints to those that dare dream
of their life being something more.


ESTABLISHMENT OF TRUTH


Truth was established by the King and the Church. The truth the King
and the Church established could not be challenged. From your history
you remember persons being excommunicated, punished, burned at the
stake, or otherwise being killed for challenging Church Doctrine.
People were killed for....

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Those were my thoughts.

In Closing:

Thank you, my fellow citizens, for taking your valuable time to read and reflect upon what is written here.

If what is written here rings true to you, perhaps you should contact
your local elected officials and let them know. If you are afraid of
repercussions, snail mail it anonymously and ask them to respond in the
local paper or their own monthly/quarterly internet newsletter. Even if
this article refers to something outside you geographic area, it still
likely applies to your location. Remember all those taxpayer training
junkets we taxpayers send the bureaucrats on? They all learn the same
“livestock management” techniques to use on WE THE PEOPLE.

And that leaves WE THE PEOPLE with this conundrum: While our
#Government works full time with compensation and funded with our money
for the cause of #Tyranny; WE THE PEOPLE are forced to work part time
without compensation for the cause of #liberty with what is left over of
our time, money and energy.

Finally, this article is written with the same intentions as Thomas Paine http://ushistory.org/paine. I seek no leadership role. I seek only to help the American People find their own way using their own “Common Sense” http://amzn.to/kbRuar

Keep Fighting the Good Fight!

In Liberty,

Don Mashak
The Cynical Patriot
http://twitter.com/dmashak
http://Facebook/Don.Mashak
Don Mashak Google Plus http://goo.gl/1AUrE

WE THE PEOPLE TAR #WETHEPEOPLETAR
http://WETHEPEOPLETAR.blogspot.com
http://facebook.com/WETHEPEOPLETAR
http://twitter.com/WETHEPEOPLETAR

End the Fed(eral Reserve Bank System) #ETF
National http://bit.ly/ta3Rju Minneapolis http://bit.ly/tjZJKF

Bring Home the Politicians #BHTP
http://BringHomethePoliticians.com

Lawless America #LawlessAmerica
http://LawlessAmerica.com

Term Limits #TermLimit
http://TermLimits.org

Justice in Minnesota #JIM
http://JusticeinMN.com

Critical Thinking Notice - This author advises you as no politician would dare. Exercise Critical Thinking (http://bit.ly/ubI6ve)
in determining the truthfulness of anything you read or hear. Do not
passively accept nor believe anything anyone tells you, including this
author... unless and until you verify it yourself with sources you trust
and could actively defend your perspective to anyone who might debate
you to the contrary of your perspective.

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TIM ROWLAND SHOULD JUST STOP WRITING ABOUT POLITICS

     Hit and Run Rowland (HR2) has struck again in a column entitled "Republican male politicians, just stop talking about women", attacking the Party of which he falsely claims to belong (in the full sense of the word belong). I call him HR2 because he writes mostly negative inflammatory pieces about Conservative individuals and the Republican Party, then he hides refusing to answer comments or engage in a discussion.  He rarely writes about issues, writing only about what has already been sensationalized in the Liberal mainstream media. His column is like reading a political version of The National Enquirer where issues are avoided and personal attacks are encouraged. He really should stick to writing about farm animals.
    Today he blathered about the Republican Party's misunderstanding of women and their alleged War on Women. He offers three "proofs" of Republican misogyny, which are the most over-used attempts of the media to try to inflame the public against Conservatives.

1.  Birth control (Republicans think women are sluts)
2.  Legitimate rape (one goofy politician)
3.  Christianity and the concept of  "submission to one's husband"


"I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices.”
Rush Limbaugh
   

     The first issue that was left out of Rowland's article is birth control and who pays for it, and most recently who must supply it against their religious beliefs. Like the saying goes, "I still don't know how someone's reproductive system can simultaneously be 0% my business but 100% my financial responsibility." Many taxpayers object to paying for other's birth control.  Most recently, based on their religious beliefs, a group of nuns and the Catholic Church fought against Obamacare's mandate for them to supply birth control to their employees. This is  a very reasonable argument. Most mainstream religions would consider an unmarried woman fighting for birth control as wrong or promiscuous behavior. Did Rush go too far by stating that the young woman who was fighting for free birth control "must be a slut"? Yes...and guess what?...he apologized.

[crickets chirping]
Dave Letterman, Bill Maher, et al

    Now here is the hypocrisy of the Left that Rowland also left out of his article: Liberals have publicly called  Sarah Palin and her daughter sluts without apology and even refused to condemn those that did. Palin has also been called a c@#t. She has been deemed deserving of having men deficate into her mouth. Her special needs child was said not to be hers, not to be her husbands, and called a retard. Hustler did a porn movie about her called, "Who's Nailin' Paylin?" and Eminem rapped about sex with Palin in "We Made You." Where was the outrage from the Left? Why doesn't Rowland write about it?

We should not judge all Muslims by the actions of a few terrorists. It is OK to judge the Republican Party by one ignoramus who happens to be a Republican.
   
    The second issue that was left out of Rowland's article is abortion and whether it is morally acceptable in cases of rape. One ignorant Republican stated that if it was a legitimate [actual] rape that no pregnancy would result. This is clearly one misinformed, misguided, and ignorant individual who happens to be a Republican. I don't know him. I know many, many Republicans, and I can state without reservation that I have never met one who would agree with that statement, nor do I. Yet, this one statement by one individual is used shamelessly in an attempt to prove that Republicans hate women. It was a valid question about an issue that has been debated for decades. I might add that statistics show that less than 1% of abortions are due to rape or incest. Rowland thought it would be cool to use this one statement to flippantly sully "his peeps" the Republicans. This is called a legitimate writing skill?
   
This is one of the most misrepresented tenants of the Christian faith used to divide Americans and further an agenda.

     The third issue that was left out of Rowland's article is the Christian precept that "wives should submit to their husbands." This is also a Jewish and a Muslim precept. Of course all three major religions have devotees that range from modern to orthodox. It is disingenuous to attach this thought only to fundamentalist Christian Republicans. This is one of the most misrepresented tenants of the Christian faith used to divide Americans and further an agenda. Those who use it always intentionally leave out the part where husbands are to lay down their lives for their wives like Christ did for the church. In other words it is a two-way street of giving and preferring one another over one's self. Liberals make it sound like Christian Republicans actually believe in wife rape, battery, slavery, abuse, forced pregnancy, with no choice of a career or the pursuit of happiness. Are you kidding me? Do you know the fabulous, intelligent, educated, gifted, motivated, and successful Republican/Conservative women that I know? The only ones that I know that treat Conservative women that way are Liberals! Again, this was used by Rowland in an attempt to cleverly brand all  men on the Right as Neanderthals.
   Here again is the hypocrisy of the Left, also not mentioned in Rowland's article.  Liberals have shown that they cannot conceive of the notion of submitting to anyone in a decision-making process. I certainly have seen that. However, they don't mind at all forcing their wives to submit to public humiliation.  She is made to face the public with a smile when her Liberal politician husband publicly announces that their marriage has been a complete sham (only after getting caught) and that he is actually gay... or when her Liberal politician husband gets caught getting BJs in the Oval Office...or when her Liberal politician husband gets caught twice sexting with other women...or when her Liberal politician husband has been caught in an affair that resulted in a love child, even while she--the wife--is dying of cancer. They were all forced to submit to degrading themselves in public for the cause of Liberal politics.


The real acts of war against women...


1. Ted Kennedy, one of the heroes of the Left,  was driving drunk and drove off of a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island where his car was submerged in water. He saved himself, leaving his passenger  Mary Jo Kopechne to drown.  He was married with 3 children, which is probably why he did not report the accident and that Kopechne was in the car for almost 10 hours! His constant selfish behavior humiliated his wife to the point that she drank herself into alcoholism in order to cope.

2. Bill Clinton, the rock star of the Left, took advantage of a 21-year old female intern. He was the most powerful man in the world at the time and at least 20 years her senior. It was revealed that he used her to get oral sex in the oval office. He then demonized the young girl and her girlfriend who had the audacity to expose his behavior. Talk about sexual harassment on the job! There are about a dozen women who made allegations of his aggressive sexual behavior over many years beginning when he was the governor of Arkansas. Each time the woman was threatened by his cronies, ruined publicly, or silenced in some way. He lied about Monica Lewinsky and when he knew he couldn't get away with it any longer he ruined her life making her the laughing stock of the country. All of this while his wife was forced to stand by him publicly.

3. The Left promotes abortion at any time in a woman's pregnancy, performed in any place (doesn't have to be a hospital), by anyone (does not need to be an M.D.) without allowing them to see a sonogram or receive counseling about how they will deal with this act for the rest of their lives. This is considered a kindness towards women?

4. The Left claims to support women yet they set out to destroy and dismiss any successful woman who happens to be a Conservative. If they can't prove her to be an adulteress or a enticer of men, they attack her intelligence and characterize her as an idiot. So-called women's groups do not ever rise to defend them.

   Did Tim Rowland write anything of substance in this piece about Republicans? The article was just full of silly frill and fluff with no facts and no depth of opinion. Will he respond to comments?  Never.
   The Herald Mail should allow the local TEA Party to have a column where issues would be debated and discussed openly and intelligently. They cancelled Mail Call in an attempt to improve the image of the city. The next obvious step is to cancel Rowland and/or provide a new column written by a local who is not afraid to take comments and discuss and defend what they write.

I am a liberated Conservative woman! Come on Ol' Hit and Run Rowland...bring it on!!

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