Timberlane should be applauded for finally posting their non-public minutes online and open to the public. They should be censured, however, for the paucity of information in them which is an affront to citizens of this district. 857 more words
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Wednesday at a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee hearing on the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) would not let IRS Commissioner John Koskinen off the hook over his failure to bring acceptable answers to Congress about the supposed loss of former IRS official Lois Lerner’s emails.
In something of a come to Jesus moment, Timberlane is today posting documents to the public pages of Timberlane.net they had previously kept off, such as school board agendas, the auditor’s report and letter, and most interestingly, non-public minutes! 207 more words
Who ‘owns’ a Serious Case Review, and what rights or powers do the Courts have over its disclosure?
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I do complain about the President quite a bit, but the one thing you could never accuse him of is being work-shy. 1,708 more words