This Little Light Of Mine

Sunday, August 14, 2016

I WON My Foreclosure Case!

The Maine Supreme Court has finalized my foreclosure case....in MY favor...citing " that the administration of justice outweighs the important interest in finality of litigation"! 

Imagine that...a court putting JUSTICE ahead of policy & practice (of a court not normally [and sparingly and only in a clear instance of previous error] reopening issues of law already decided ) because they wanted to prevent a manifest injustice! Manifest injustice means something which is 'obviously unfair' or 'shocking to the conscience.' It refers to an unfairness that is direct, obvious, and observable: an outcome in a case that is plainly and obviously unjust. 

And in THIS case, because I didn't just "sit on my rights" but kept fighting and going on throughout the court system stating the samething over & over again that the bank didn't own my mortgage deed due to a MERS assignment that only gave the bank the right to record which did NOT give them ownership to provide standing to sue and because under Maine law in Saunders (decided 28 months BEFORE my case) this argument was correct at the time I argued it in court and this was overlooked by the Supreme Court (thus a clear previous error which is plainly and obviously unjust and unfair), they chose to reopen my case and correct their error and serve justice! 


WOWZERS!! See their decision HERE or below:


Thanks go out to my lawyer (at the end of my trials of doing this as a pro se litigant, I hired a lawyer to do the final leg of this saga & enter the 60(b) motion) Matthew Williams and to my friends who stood by me & supported me and kept me basically sane and committed in staying the course and all the prayers sent out by many of you! I believe that God heard them and watched over the Maine Supreme Court Justices to do the right thing!

Independent Polls Give Trump Massive Lead

(Independent Polls starts at the 4:38 mark)

Proof That Mainstream Media Is A Puppet Of The Liberal/Socialist/Marxist Agenda

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Mainers - The TRUTH of Question 3 & Universal Background Checks

Universal Background Check

A Failed New York Solution...
to a Problem Maine Doesn't Have

Moms Demand Action, the New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun astroturf organization, is pushing a referendum to outlaw private transfers of firearms. They’re shipping out-of-state money and people into Maine to put their measure on our ballot, and buy themselves a law on our books.
This confusingly-written and ambiguous law would criminalize ordinary and traditional behavior, like selling a gun to a friend, or loaning a gun to a neighbor to go hunting. In order to comply with the law, you and your friend or neighbor would have to go to a licensed dealer, fill out Federal paperwork, undergo an FBI background check, and pay a fee before you could turn over your firearm. But, wait! That’s not all. You’ll have to do it all over again before your gun can be returned to you. And if the FBI background check makes a mistake and denies or delays you, as it does over 60,000 times a year to law-abiding citizens, you may not get your gun back.
"Hang on", you say, "I heard the law has exceptions for hunting and for family members. This won't affect me."
Those exceptions aren't what they appear to be; you won't be able to loan a gun to a friend or neighbor to go hunting. The loan can only occur while you are hunting, in the field. Anything else is a crime.  
Family exception? Maybe not, depending on your family.  Great-grandparents/great-grandchildren aren't included. Neither are unmarried people living together, even though the law purports to have an exception for "intimate partners" -- but the definition of intimate partner is flawed, and includes no one.
And, incidentally, without even saying so, this law completely outlaws adults over 18 years of age and under 21 from purchasing a handgun, by requiring all transfers to go through licensed dealers -- who are forbidden by Federal law from selling handguns to those under 21. Young adults will have their rights ripped from them. Don't for a moment think that this is an unintended consequence; it's a stealth ban, maliciously included.
And those are just a few examples of the glaring flaws in this horrible legislation.  As a Citizen Initiated bill, it must be passed exactly as written -- there is no mechanism to make corrections before passing it into law.
While the anti-gunners say this law is needed to keep guns out of the hands of criminals, the Federal government’s own data shows that few criminals obtain guns through private sales; far more acquire them through background-checked dealer sales, by sending a person with a clean record to buy the gun. The real reason Bloomberg wants this law is that it is the key step toward mandatory gun registration. In fact, there’s no way this law can be enforced without gun registration.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that Universal Background Checks are a good idea -- it is a law designed to fail, in order to justify the next step on the anti-gunner’s agenda: universal registration.
It’s a failed New York solution to a problem Maine doesn’t have.

Help us defeat this flawed bill and leave governing Maine to Mainers, by making a donation to UBC Bad For ME
Contributions may also be sent by mail to:

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Augusta, ME 04330 
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BDN Editorial: 
"Studies have indicated that most of guns used in crime are acquired illegally. Forcing lawful gun owners to register their firearms will have no effect on this problem.
This referendum is not about safety, it is about power and control."
-- Stephen C. Smith
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"I ran the UBC proposal by an Assistant District Attorney. His response: 'Such a mess!"  He agrees that simply loaning a friend a rifle for deer season without getting a background check would be illegal for both parties involved. That's coming from one of the guys that would prosecute under the proposed law."
-- Central Maine Police Officer

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Letter to Donald J Trump

Dear Mr. Trump,
I'm a service connected disabled Vietnam Era veteran (USMC) and served my country with honor and pride. I'm mostly a conservative but am very independent and vote my conscience and for what is best for my country.


I just turned 60, am divorced and I'm raising two of my grand children. I am very limited in my funds and am fighting a foreclosure attempt by a bank who didn't care that my original mortgage lender Countrywide tricked me into being behind in my payments by saying that I needed to be 90 days in arrears to qualify for HAMP so that I would either have to accept THEIR remodification plan or face foreclosure! I've fought for SEVEN years and it looks like I have won ...for now. But I know the bank will try again. 


The point here is, all this has drained my finances and I barely get by and live from payday to payday with hopes that nothing major happens in-between. I even have a hard time to come up with money to fix my only car (needs a new head which will cost about $1500.00 to fix), so I've been without my Jeep for about a year now. But, with all this, I just cannot bear the thought of losing any more of the freedoms that I served in the Marines to help preserve for my country by having Hillary Clinton become president. So, I can only spare $25.00...I really hope that it'll be of some help in aiding you to beat her and get elected because you are our country's ONLY hope right now of staying a true republic and keep the freedoms that our Constitution provides us.


PLEASE...don't disappoint us. Get elected, stay true to your words of hope and to our Constitution and do the job that you are promising us that you'll do....and don't disappoint us like the past 4 presidents have done!
I will be voting for you come election day.


Best regards, 

Debby Reagan

Friday, July 29, 2016

Obama’s brother voting for Donald Trump!

Despite the fact this his half-brother is president of the United States, Malik Obama says he’ll be voting for Donald Trump this November.

Another Black Man Who Supports Trump Disavowing BLM!

Notice that the CNN reporter brings up the question "Does it matter that the KKK supports Trump?" (thus insinuating that Trump is racist) but refuses to answer another by-stander's question of "Does the Black Panthers support Obama?" Now tell me once again that the mainstream media isn't biased against conservatives and that they aren't trying to make us..."We the People"... into having racial divide and be fighting each other! WAKE UP America and listen to this man!

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Still Think That The Democratic Party Stands For AMERICAN Ideals?

COMMUNIST FLAGS PROUDLY FLYING AT DNC

Could the media be lying about the Orlando Shooting?

FBI Transcript Reveals Shocking Truth about Orlando Shooting


What really happened during the Orlando nightclub shooting?
What if the events of that fateful evening played out entirely different from what the media has reported?
Well, it seems that the FBI transcripts of what happened differ from the story the media reported:
What should have been front page news everywhere, somehow got buried amid the official narrative we were given about the Orlando shooting. Judge Andrew Napolitano told FOX News that an FBI transcript indicated that no one died until 05:13am Sunday morning when the police SWAT teams entered the building.
“Here’s what is news in the summary – nobody died until 05:13 in the morning, when the SWAT team entered. Prior to that no one had been killed. The 53 that were injured, and the 49 that were murdered all met their fates at the time of, and during, the police entry into the building,” Judge Napolitano said.
Of course the question is obvious:
Why would the media report a complete false narrative of the shooting?
In light of recent week’s events involving police shootings, it sure raises lots of questions.
But the ONE question is this:
Who stands to gain the most from keeping the narrative of gun violence alive?

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Young Black Trump Voter Destroys BLM And Leftist Movement- WOW!

This young black man GETS IT! He's not just a low informative citizen, and I hope his words resonate within the black community so that they will stop buying into the hype and propaganda that our government and mainstream media uses to divide us....thus ultimately conquer us!
WTG young man! You've restore my faith in the younger generation that there's still hope for America yet!



Trump hasn’t alienated minorities – he’s alienated low information voters.
Let’s just look at who liberals say Donald Trump has alienated: mainly Mexicans and Muslims. And how did he “alienate” them? By opposing illegal immigration and Islamic terrorism. In other words, by enforcing laws that already exist and fulfilling his constitutional duty to protect the nation. How horrifying.
We’re also supposed to believe that he somehow alienated the black community, but I don’t think anyone can explain a single thing that he’s done to do that. One video at a Trump rally is going viral, showing a black Trump supporter who believes that Black Lives Matter is horrible for his community.
Undoubtedly there are liberals out there who thinks that he shouldn’t support Trump for the sole reason that he’s black. Liberals are the only ones who think that all blacks think the same.
- By Freedom Daily

Shut up and eat your Frankenfoods!

Here’s your mid-summer culinary directive from Congress and the White House: Shut up and eat your Frankenfoods.
Don’t worry about mutant genes, pesticide residues, and a growing list of horrors in your food. Don’t worry about your health, your children’s health, global warming or the health of the environment.
Just put your trust in America’s industrial food system and in Monsanto’s minions—the indentured scientists, politicians, regulatory agencies and members of the mass media who all toe the line for the biotech industry.
In case some of us didn’t notice, given our mounting daily dose of insults and injustices, the federal government, aided and abetted by the Organic Trade Association (now known as the Organic Traitors Association), just slapped you and millions of other health and environmentally concerned consumers in the mouth. Ignoring the protests of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and the entire grassroots food movement, ignoring 22 years of consumer pressure, multiple state ballot initiatives and “Right-to-Know” legislative efforts, the infamous DARK Act (Deny Americans the Right to Know) is about to be enshrined in federal law by President O’Bummer.
On July 14, the House of Representatives voted 306-117 to kill Vermont’s popular mandatory GMO food labeling law, which had already begun to force major junk food and beverage giants (Pepsi, Frito-Lay, Coca-Cola, General Mills, Kellogg’s, NestlĂ©, Campbell’s, Dannon, Smuckers, Starbucks) to label their GMO-tainted products nationwide. As soon as President Obama signs the DARK Act, (or simply lets it go into effect by not vetoing it) states will no longer have the right to mandate labeling of genetically engineered foods.
The 90 percent of consumers who want to know what they’re eating can now look forward, on a permanent basis, to what amounts to no labeling. What we will get, if anything, in a few years will be bogus Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) trade-marked QR smart codes or 1-800 numbers on processed food packages that will serve to keep consumers in the dark about Frankenfoods and their omnipresent toxins, while pretending to provide so-called “disclosure.”
Passage of the Roberts-Stabenow bill, popularly known as the DARK Act, confirms what most consumers knew or suspected all along: we live in an authoritarian state, ruled by the “1%”, the corporate elite. This is not a democracy. The overwhelming majority of elected public officials and bureaucrats don’t give a damn about what you think or want. Short-term profits and out-of-control campaign donations literally trump public health, environmental, justice and climate concerns. Congress and the White House, Republicans and Democrats alike, are little more than “yes men and women” for their big donors, in this case multi-billion-dollar food corporations, grocery and restaurant chains, Monsanto and the rest of corporate agribusiness.
Money trumps all. That’s why activists from the Organic Consumers Association last week threw several thousand dollars in small bills from the visitors’ balcony onto the U.S. Senate floor, just moments before the passage of the DARK Act. They shouted below to a room of startled Senators, “Here’s Monsanto’s money, come and get it.” After “money bombing” the U.S. Senate, OCA Political Director Alexis Baden-Mayer and three other activists were arrested by the Capitol police. A CSPAN live video camera caught much of the action.
The big question for the food movement, and in fact for all of global civil society, is: What’s next? If Congress is bought and sold, if we can’t change federal public policy, if states’ rights and local rights are being steadily preempted, then how can we change our toxic, out-of-control food system, not to mention our toxic suicide economy and the rotten political system as a whole?
The answer of course is to build grassroots power.
Millions of us must channel our anger into actions designed to take back control of our health and our food, and our society. We must hit the Establishment where it hurts, in the bottom line. Boycott contaminated foods and other consumer products, and give your support (“buycott”) to organic and grass-fed producers and brands. Stop buying or consuming junk foods, and all heavily processed, GMO, factory farmed and chemical foods.
Take action today and everyday. Put your wallet back in your pocket unless the grocery store label or the restaurant menu says “organic,” “grass-fed,” or “GMO-free.” Learn or re-learn how to cook at home from scratch. Invite your friends over and plan how everyone can become part of the Revolution, a Revolution that we desperately need if we are going to survive and thrive.
Food policies and politics go hand-in-hand. Conscious consumers need to both change our consumer buying habits and stop supporting corrupt politicians. The U.S. currently is led, or rather misled, by a corporate-dominated corps of 500,000 elected and appointed public officials at the federal, state and local levels. Ninety percent of these so-called “public officials” are looking out for their cushy jobs and careers, by looking after the profits of corporations and special interests, instead of working for the public good. These handmaidens of the Elite need to be thrown out of office.
The Food Revolution will never really happen, unless we join forces with the U.S. (and global) grassroots as part of a larger Political Revolution.
It’s time to drive GMOs and the toxic pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics, and growth hormones, off the market, for good.
It’s time to take down not just GMOs, but the entire out-of-control system of factory farms, industrial agriculture and junk food.
It’s time to mobilize public consciousness and market pressure so we can transform our entire degenerate chemical- and energy-intensive industrial food and farming system, which is pumping out billions of tons of climate-disruptive greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and destroying soils, biodiversity and the climate, into a regenerative and organic system that can restore biodiversity and revitalize public health, animal health the environment, rural communities and the body politic, while drawing down billions of tons of excess CO2 from the atmosphere and safely sequestering this carbon in the soil and forests, where it belongs.
What we’ve accomplished so far
Congratulations to the USA food movement for slowly but surely winning consumers’ hearts and minds.
Congratulations for standing up to Monsanto, Big Food and corporate agribusiness, and for exposing their minions in Congress, the corporate mass media, and the sell-outs in academia.
Before we move forward, let’s take stock of what our food movement has accomplished so far, against all odds, by working together.
• We’ve educated a critical mass of American consumers about the health and environmental hazards of Genetically Modified Organisms and the toxic chemicals that accompany them. When we started this battle, public awareness of genetically engineered food and crops, and the damage they inflict on the environment and human health, was marginal at best. Today “GMO” and “glyphosate” are household words.
• We’ve doubled demand for organic and grass-fed food in the U.S. over the past six years. Organic food and grass-fed meat and animal products are now a $50-billion-a-year powerhouse, the fastest-growing segment of the food market. The market for non-GMO labeled products has grown to $25 billion. Organic, grass-fed and non-GMO foods now constitute approximately 10 percent of all grocery store sales, and represent a growing segment of restaurant sales as well.
• We’ve forced multi-billion-dollar junk food conglomerates, including General Mills, Kellogg’s, Campbell’s, Mars, Pepsi, Frito-Lay, Con-Agra, Dannon, and others to start labeling their products as GMO, or else remove GMO ingredients, at least temporarily. Even after the passage of the DARK Act, companies that started and then stopped labeling their GMO-tainted brands will face a public relations disaster. Consumers will understand that the QR codes on thousands of non-organic processed food products are the “sign of the Frankenfoods,” the “skull and crossbones” prompting us to boycott them.
• We’ve alerted millions of consumers that they can’t trust the mass media, Congress, regulatory agencies, or the scientific establishment. If consumers or farmers want truthful information about food and farming they need to tune in to the alternative and social media. This alternative media includes the mass circulation newsletters, websites and Facebook pages of groups like Mercola.com, the Organic Consumers Association, Center for Food Safety, Food Democracy Now, Friends of the Earth, Pesticide Action Network, Moms Across America, Regeneration International, Seed Freedom, and hundreds of others that refuse to regurgitate industry propaganda.
Ten steps toward the Food Revolution
The food movement has made huge strides in the past few years. But now is not the time to sit back and settle for what we’ve accomplished. We must build on our success, and ride our momentum to a future where organic and regenerative food and farming are the norm, not just the alternative.
Here’s what we need to do next:
• Boycott every food product that displays a QR code. Since Congress has stabbed us in the back and replaced Vermont’s mandatory GMO labels with QR Codes and 1-800 numbers, these QR Codes must become a veritable “skull and crossbones” symbol on food and beverage containers, helping us launch the largest boycott in modern history.
• Boycott factory-farmed meat, dairy and poultry, i.e. everything that isn’t labeled or marketed as organic or 100% grass-fed or pastured. Factory farms are the lynchpin of industrial agriculture and fast-food restaurants. The U.S. factory farm meat, dairy and poultry cartel is an out-of-control, trillion-dollar industry based on cruel, filthy, disease-ridden and environmentally destructive animal prisons (euphemistically called Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations or CAFOs). These animal prisons run on GMO- and pesticide-tainted animal feeds; labor exploitation; false advertising; corporate corruption of government; and the use of massive amounts of dangerous pesticides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics, hormones, and growth promoters.
Factory farm products—meat, dairy, poultry and fish—are the number one cause of water pollution, soil degradation, greenhouse gas emissions and human diet-related diseases such as cancer, heart disease,   diabetes, and obesity. We will literally never get rid of GMOs, chemical-intensive mono-crops, antibiotic resistance, animal cruelty and agriculturally derived greenhouse gas emissions until we eliminate factory farms, which now imprison 95 percent of farm animals in the U.S., and 70 percent of all farm animals in the world.
Right now, the overwhelming majority of U.S. farmland is utilized to raise factory farm-destined animals before they are sent to the feedlots, or to grow GMO- and chemical-intensive grains to feed them. We need to stop feeding herbivores (cattle, sheep, goats) GMO- and pesticide-contaminated grain, and instead put the world’s billions of farm animals back onto the pastures, rangelands and agro-forestry paddocks, where they belong.
• Make organic, grass-fed and regenerative food and farming the dominant force in the market by 2025. We need to educate consumers and change public policy so as to make organic and regenerative food at least 50 percent of the market by 2025, just as France and other nations are starting to do. In order to do this, we will need to eliminate the multi-billion-dollar taxpayer subsidies for industrial agriculture and GMOs that make chemical food seem “cheap,” compared to organic and grass-fed food, despite industrial food’s massive and costly damage to the environment, public health and the climate.
• Pressure investors and pension funds to divest from industrial agriculture and reinvest in regenerative agriculture, in order to reach our goal of 50 percent organic and regenerative by 2025.
• Ban patents on living organisms and eliminate monopoly control of seeds.
• Boycott foods, body care products and animal feeds derived from tropical deforestation.
• Stop subsidizing non-sustainable biofuels (corn, soy, palm oil).
• Cancel or defeat so-called Free Trade (NAFTA, WTO, TPP, TTIP) agreements that favor corporate-controlled industrialized agriculture and foster unfair labor practices. Instead, we must support fair trade and justice throughout the food and farm chain, including a $15 dollar-an-hour minimum wage in the U.S.
• Force governments and grassroots organizations to move to zero fossil fuel emissions and to support the International4/1000 Initiative to sequester as much carbon in our soils and forests through regenerative farming, grazing and land use as humans are currently emitting.
• Move beyond single-issue, "silo" thinking (“my issue is more important than your issue”) and start “connecting the dots” between food and farming and all the burning issues: health, justice, climate, environment, peace, and democracy.
If passage of the DARK Act has taught us anything, it’s that we must commit to working together to build a Movement of Movements powerful enough to bring about a political revolution, not just a food revolution.
Ronnie Cummins is international director of the Organic Consumers Association and a member of the Regeneration Internationalsteering committee.

Friday, July 15, 2016

The question isn't whether black lives matter. The REAL question is, which black lives matter?

Apparently, black lives matter ONLY when taken by WHITE people!
When other BLACK people take them, then there's no national story and outrage!
Hmmmmm...sounds VERY racist to me!