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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Federal magistrate orders White House to confirm e-mail backup

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

All of a sudden emails are a big deal everywhere huh Chuck?

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Emails are big and are starting to sink a lot of big ships.

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be careful what you put in writing.

The IT world is really something.

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It should be interesting to see wht finallly comes of this email thing after so much talk about it. I know one thing, I've read about many of lawsuits where the entire case flipped on the discovery of just one email.

10:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There will be no results from your stupid emails because there is nothing in them to help you. Why don't you get a job and work for a living like the rest of us instead of litigating your wages?

2:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never - ever put anything in email that you wouldn't want open to the entire world to read. Only on rare occasions does it totally disappear.

11:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Like I said in another post. In 1990 when I worked for the City we were told that anything in the emails were public until properly disposed of under data privacy rules.

The problem in the White House is that they had seperate GOP Party accounts that they were using for their internal discussions.


Chuck Repke

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the US Supreme Court refuses the Right to Petition for Redress, then the Congress and or President must Act. Your Vote and Candidacys do MATTER
January 13, 2008
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Certiorari
for Landmark Right to Petition Case

Constitutional Crisis Escalating
Coming: Appropriate Next Steps

On January 4, 2008, the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, in conference, voted to deny the Petition for Writ of Certiorari in the landmark Right-to-Petition case We The People v. United States. On January 7 the Court issued its Order denying certiorari.

Without comment, the Supreme Court decided not to hear We The People v. United States, a case which, if heard, would have required the Court to declare -- for the first time history -- whether the Government is obligated to respond to proper Petitions by ordinary, private individuals for Redress of Grievances - specifically Grievances alleging unconstitutional behavior by the Government, and whether the individual having so Petitioned, has the Right to act to peacefully hold the Government accountable if the Government refuses to respond.

In denying to hear this first impression case, the Court has ignored its duty to interpret the meaning of the Constitution, and leaves undisturbed the decision of the DC Court of Appeals which, unfortunately, relied on two cases that were not on point -- they involved employment related grievances by state public employees and state legislation governing same, not Grievances by private parties, and not involving alleged violations of the Constitution.

The decision by the Supreme Court has grave consequences for the future of individual Rights, Freedom and Liberty, popular sovereignty, government accountability and the great experiment in (self) government that is America. (continued...)

10:50 AM  

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