Archive | December, 2014

THE CITIES GREAT HALL; mighty council.

18 Dec
Originally published, 18 December 2014; by Mr. Charles A. Soule’.

He, came into the cities great hall; mighty council, almost in tears with his eye twitching in fear.  He sat down and started to speak to his faithless nation.

How, with a swoop of a pen; President Clinton’s a Democrat’s Administration had strike down the Glass-Steagal Act of 1933 and how his government had caused a recession that rippled around the world as if contrived.

How realtors, bankers, government agencies, credit card companies and private companies through manipulation, downsizing and outsourcing to other nations had caused the greatest calamity of his generation; how, they had ensnared their prey for maximum profits in their eagerness to get rich; and their bonuses.

Then, he began on how the judicial system and government had done evictions of the small guy as creditors, bankers and private companies; with, attorney in hand demanded their ill-gotten-gains.

And, of how the judicial system had become a willing participant for a dollar and squeezed every last penny out of their ensnared prey.   The evicted small guy; through, threat of jail time.

At last, coming to an end; he arose, as if up from the grave; from his chair, and started a revolution of thought throughout the Great City Council Hall.


DEMOCRAT’S, will not allow DACA to become law until after midterm elections. Using, as an election effort “Card”.

17 Dec

Yes, if you were born in the late 1940’s, 1950’s 1960’s and grew to an age of adulthood; you, are the second greatest generations to come along.  The reason is you are a, “Baby Boomer”.

1.  You set yourself a side; nullified or invalidated by afording other an opportunity; equal rights for minorities blacks, women’s right’s and alternative rights.

a.  Affirmative action:  Promotions on the job and voting rights.

b.  Equal opportunity:  Quotes – College entrance, Employment and Voting rights.

2.  You marched for the rights of other, forgetting your own rights or displacing your own rights; by marching.

a.  Equal rights for Blacks.

b.  Equal rights for women.

c.  Equal rights for Gays.

3.  You allow the “Great Society” to flourish and be nurtured; food stamps, Medicare, Aid to dependent Children (Led to replacement of the father in household) rent subsides, phone subsides, college subsides at taxpayer’s expense for dependent mothers with children, rides to appointments at taxpayer’s expense for dependent people (will exempt the elderly) and cable subsides.

4.  And now, the United States Supreme Court Decision, revealed deep division among the justices, over the government’s role in protecting minorities over all other students equal to the standards of the colleges and universities.

5,  Perhaps it is time to see how well this transformation period of “Affirmative Action and Quotas”.   That you allowed has progressed us as a nation to normal relation with our fellow citizens to the benefited from your stepping aside; nullifying or invalidation ourselves in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

If, you are older or younger.  Think, we do not drink from different fountains or go to segregated school, church, hospital or restaurants.  This, was an accomplishment being overlooked by the young people as if there was nothing accomplished in the last 65 years of my life and 90 years of my still living mother era.

6.  As a youth male growing up in this time frame.   I would like to comment!  I have noticed the changes not to the positive in some areas.  And, for you young people who might construe this the wrong way.   I, have the option / obligation to inform you that you do not see; what, once was or came before.  But, rather is in front of you, “Now”.

7.  And now, with the influx or illegal Hispanics and other migrants just as the two, White and Black generations were adjusting to their new not quite completed created society. More problems through immigration are dividing the Black and White communities as the 2008 – 2009 Wall Street crash and Bernard Lawrence (Bernie) Madoff, ponzi scheme producing a recession and a shortage of money and jobs to meet the needs of the Black and White initial participants of the Rights; Movements.

8.  My judgment is “The Second Greatest Generation” is the second greatest generation.  Great to it’s self, it’s parents, children, – black population’s, grandchildren and future generations for allowing this transfer of out dated ideology too be transformed to better not itself; but, the future of the whole United States of America.

9.  According to the local Lewiston, Maine Sun Journal Newspaper, Lewiston, Maine; an article stated that the Hispanics will be the predominant race in the United State of America School System by 2014.

Yes, there is much more work to be done on Issues.  But, now there are new Issue that are at hand immigration, race relations, job, security  .   .   .  .   so on.  But, we have moved ahead.

Post Script:

My parents were the 1st great generation and mine is the second    .     .    .    .    . yous is still be created ?


11 Dec

LEWISTON, MAINE CITY SECTION OF THE LEWISTON, MAINE SUN JOURNAL OF;  Friday, August 19, 2016.  COP – corporal Thomas Murphy  and FORMER LEWISTON Chief Bussiere, named in civil lawsuit for alleged non legal; do process, entrance of private home.

12/17/2012:  A jury of 8 women and 4 men at Androscoggin Superior Court, Auburn, Maine found frequent Lewiston, Maine mayoral candidate Charles Arthur Soule not guilty Monday of a misdemeanor assault charge in connection with an incident where he said he had come to the aid of a child. Soule, 59 of 135 Bartlett St., Lewiston, Maine was charged with assault after a Lewiston Police Officer Corporal THOMAS MURPHY said he witnessed Soule pick-up a young boy three times, then body slam him to the round last year.  The boy did not require hospitalization or treatment.  “This was a deliberate attempt to derail my campaign.” Soule stated. Soule, who was at the time, running for a Lewiston political office stated he had scuffled with the 8-year-old-boy, but said he had done so in defense of a smaller boy.  He had been sitting in front of his home when he saw two groups of kids begin a street shoving match, he said. When one of the kids started to put another one in a choke hold, Soule took action, he told the Sun Journal in an earlier interview.  What might have looked like an assault was actually the boy slipping and falling due to his unruliness, Soule had said. The trial lasted about three hours in Androscoggin County Superior Court.  The jury deliberated for more than an hour.  In three repeated notes to the Judge Mary G. Kennedy, jurors asked that the legal definition of “assault” be read back twice before acquitting Soule. Prosecutors called to the witness stand several people, including the arresting officer and the boy, now 10 years old, who police said was the victim of Soule’s alleged assault.  Charles A. Soule took the stand and his Attorney, Lorne Fairbanks, called several witnesses who said they witnessed the incident, including two other children and a neighbor. Charles A. Soule, has made unsuccessful runs for mayor, and states that, “Lewiston needs help,” after the incident.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Lewiston Sun Journal of 08 December 2014; What’s happening in Lewiston, Maine

9 Dec

Is it me, or is something amiss in Lewiston’s City government?   I am talking about the acquiring of a canal from Brookfield of Canada, but handing over a Lewiston owned electric generation plant to Brookfield, plus surrendering Lewiston’s water rights.

Then there is the talk about a mega -size elementary school in Lewiston that would be for more than 1,000 students.  How can the students keep from feeling impersonalized, overwhelmed and treated like a number?  In the Sun Journal story, December 1, the proposed school was referred to as a “big school with a small school atmosphere,” but that’s just an oxymoron.

Then there are the recent dealings with the owners of the Androscoggin Bank Colisee, with Lewiston taking part interest in it.  So now Lewiston is a part manager of property it sold?  That is troubling.

I have heard that Auburn officials, in consideration of the mutual study on consolidation of the two cities, are freezing city spending in anticipation of a possible merger of the two cities.  Meanwhile, Lewiston officials are taking a spend-happy attitude.  That leads me to think that a vote against consolidation is required, as Lewiston should be showing good intent so as to not financially burden Auburn in the process.  Then Auburn could reject the merger on merit.

Charles Arthur Soule