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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Good News for Employee's of the Justice Department


Think Progress has House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) website link and the comments too....
......a secure method for DOJ employees to communicate what they know to Committee investigators.

I am 'SO' proud of our Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie! He was a guest on Minnesota Matters - with a guest host - AM950 Air America. He was truthful and he seemed to be a very humble sort of guy, while sharing the facts about our nations election and voting crisis. The lightening storms crackeled through the radio station , but I was able to pick up on most of the interview. Extremely courageous, in my opinion, to discuss the culprits hiding behind the curtain of corruption, siting a Times Magazine article for reference. Of course someone had to call in and accuse him of lying. Even when SOS Ritchie repeated where his facts derived from, the caller basically said that it didn't make it true. This person obviously is one of the poor souls that doesn't want to know what the 'Truth' is. Mark Ritchie made my day! Thank you Minnesota Matters, for one of the 'BEST' shows so far. Hope Secretary of State Ritchie is invited on again.

Can Minnesota Survive the Fanatic Neo Soldiers of Fortune Method? Sunday, June 17, 2007 "I'm particularly interested in the current bills, amendments and Ombudsman's and their relationship to the archived materials. Language used to insert 'Anyone' rather than a trained professional makes me leary....I'm highly suspect of any phrases that read "at the pleasure of the Governor."

Minnesota DFL Forced To Fund Raise For the GOP? Sunday, June 17, 2007 "Direct from the Norm Coleman Weasel Meter's Dept of Ironies Dept, Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN) needs help from the DFL Mayors of Minneapolis, RT Rybak, and Saint Paul, Chris Coleman (hereafter referred to as Coleman The Good), to fundraise for the 2008 Republican National Convention."

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