Friday, March 16, 2007


FOIA Day: March 16

Friday is Freedom of Information Day, celebrated nationally each year on March 16, the anniversary of the birth of James Madison, chief author of the Bill of Rights and fourth president of the United States. The day focuses public attention on the importance of citizenry's right to government information in a democratic society.

-From an X-Division memo


Do your part! Write your Congressman or Senator. Call up a reporter. Don't just sit there whimpering.

--Pat, the Dog

Office of Government Ethics

gets you closer to something 'real'. Heh, heh. You know what I mean. REAL. Heh, heh.

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