Monday, August 29, 2005

Tidal Wave of Support for Souter "Lost Liberty Hotel"

By Bob Ellis
dakota voice
Just 24 hours after plans to exercise the new eminent domain rules set forth by U.S. Supreme Court Judge David H. Souter in the
Kelo v. New London case to take Judge Souter's home to build a hotel on the property, a deluge of inquiries and communiqués of support for the effort have swamped the town of Weare, New Hampshire where the judge lives.
As Dakota Voice and others
reported yesterday, Logan Darrow Clements, CEO of Freestar Media, LLC, sent a request to Chip Meany the code enforcement officer of the Towne of Weare, New Hampshire which seeks to start the application process to build a hotel on 34 Cilley Hill Road, the present location of Mr. Souter's home.
Mr. Clements wants to build "The Lost Liberty Hotel," which will feature the "Just Desserts Café." The hotel would include a museum, open to the general public, featuring a permanent exhibit on the loss of freedom in America. Instead of a Gideon's Bible each guest will receive a free copy of Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged.", a conservative organization dedicated to giving hundreds of thousands of hardworking, patriotic Americans across the country a strong collective voice in the political process, has initiated a petition effort to allow concerned Americans an easy way to email the five members of the Weare board of selectmen and let them know that they support the desire of Clements to exercise the newly granted right which Souter extended to him.
Dakota Voice spoke to Robert Christensen, the Weare Town Administrator, who said his office has been "inundated" with calls today.
Christensen said that his office is not making any statement at this time regarding Clements' request, since no matter what the outcome of the initial application, it would be some time before the matter would come before the board of selectmen.
Dakota Voice has contacted the U.S. Supreme Court Public Information office and is awaiting a response from the public affairs officer.

This just keeps getting better and better. I hope they shame these fools in the history books!
I even amuse myself that I find anything in common with far right groups like I think I may have swung so far to the left I may have come back around to the right! It reminds me of a time in the 90's when we were doing anti-forfeiture rallys and the Michigan Milita called me up and wanted me to join!

Man calls for seizure of Justice Souter home, under eminent domain ruling

(From Wikinews, the free news source you can write!)
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Proposal made to seize home of US Supreme Court justice Souter, after eminent domain ruling)
July 1, 2005
In the wake of a
United States Supreme Court ruling in Kelo v. New London on eminent domain last week, a California man has proposed that Justice David Souter's New Hampshire home be seized by the state and a hotel be built on the site. Logan Darrow Clements faxed a letter to town officials in Weare, New Hampshire June 28, 2005 that justified the action as such:
"The justification for such an eminent domain action is that our hotel will better serve the public interest as it will bring in economic development and higher tax revenue to Weare."
Justice Souter, who was in the majority ruling in the Kelo case, has lived at the farmhouse in Weare since he was 11 years old. Clements indicated that it was necessary to build on that location because "it is a unique site being the home of someone largely responsible for destroying property rights for all Americans." The action has given rise to a great deal of support nationwide, as many are writing to the councilors of the small town of Weare to voice their approval for the proposal.
The proposal for the "
Lost Liberty Hotel", as it is to be called, features a number of components which seem to focus on the libertarian leanings of its designer. A dining room, called the "Just Desserts Cafe" and a museum based on the "loss of freedom in America" are two such components. Instead of a Bible provided by the Gideons (a standard item placed in most American hotel rooms), each guest will receive a free copy of Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged.

I love this!! I knew the American people were not gonna let this fly!!!!

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Thank you!

I would like to take this time to thank all our friends and fans who voted for THE PROCESS in the Detroit News Sonic Summer Battle of the Bands. Although we did not advance to the next round, I felt our performance had a high, focused energy. It was very clear by the bands chosen that the judges were looking for a very "garage band" sound. Again we thank you for all the love you showed us. Peace!

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

4 bands to battle at Magic Stick

Local bands Vigilante Sidekicks, Not For Sal, the Badways and the Process will square off Friday in the first semifinal round of Sonic Summer: A battle of the bands to be held at Magic Stick, 4120 Woodward Ave. in Detroit. Admission is $5. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the battle begins at 9 p.m. The second round of voting continues through Friday, with 10 more bands vying for four spots at an Aug. 19 battle at Clutch Cargo's in Pontiac. Two winners from each semifinal round will compete on The Detroit News stage at Pontiac's Chrysler Arts, Beats & Eats festival during Labor Day weekend.

Saturday, August 06, 2005

The Scoop in the Detroit News and Free Press

Check out the article on Sonic Summer in the Detroit News and Free Press. Thanks again to all our fans for voting for THE PROCESS!
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Friday, August 05, 2005

Thank you!!!!

Thank you all for voting for THE PROCESS in THE DETROIT NEWS SONIC SUMMER BATTLE OF THE BANDS. Thanks to all of you THE PROCESS was one of the 4 top scorers and will now go on to play the semi-final showcase Aug. 12 at the Magic Stick in Detroit.
Thank you all again!
P.S. Catch the scoop in tomorrows Detroit News!

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Voting Ends Friday

The voting ends Friday August 5th for the first ten finalists in THE DETROIT NEWS SONIC SUMMER BATTLE OF THE BANDS (that includes THE PROCESS).
Please vote now at .