Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Add his name to the list of possible miscreants (Flynn, Manafort, Page, Stone etc.) as he appears to be the “Donald Trump transition team” member caught on wiretap.
The evidence of Trump-Russian collusion keeps piling up, as The Palmer Report points out, noting that "the more immediate question may be what Mike Pence kept discussing with Russian puppet Paul Manafort during the transition, and if it implicated Pence in Trump’s Russia scandal."
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 9:06 PM
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Most of the "lightly used" blooms come from florists, grocery stores and funeral homes, others come from private celebrations for weddings or birthdays. (If you'd like to donate, contact Lindsay Potter, Program Manager, at Lindsay@RAFIndianapolis.org.)
Maybe you don't have still-perky picked flowers to donate, but you probably have at least a shelf full of unwanted vases. If they're 6 to 9 inches tall and "not too thin or too wide", take them to Random Acts of Flowers Indianapolis, Suite F, 1057 East 54th Street, Indianapolis, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Another place to drop them off (if you're in the northwest quadrant of Indy) is 8222 Moore Road, Indianapolis: "put at front of stable in labeled plastic bin".
Help make a day brighter for someone who needs a bit of sunshine.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 9:45 PM
Friday, March 3, 2017
But it is difficult to believe that he expects the courts to buy the argument that the public has no right to see what the hacker last summer has already read, that some of his AOL emails are too "sensitive" to release.
Read all about it numerous places, including The Washington Post.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 8:06 AM
Thursday, March 2, 2017
"California’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday that texts and emails sent by public officials on private accounts or devices are a matter of public record, marking a victory for transparency advocates," reports Mollie Reilly in The Huffington Post.
"The state’s Supreme Court says the public has a right to access all communications about government business."
According to The Indianapolis Star, "Vice President Mike Pence continued to fight to keep secret a political white paper emailed to him while he was Indiana governor, petitioning the Indiana Supreme Court not to review a public records denial for the controversial papers. If opened, the communications could reveal a slew of Republican political strategies that Pence and dozens of other U.S. governors devised to fight former President Barack Obama and an executive order of his concerning immigration."
Read more about it here.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 4:30 PM