Monday, July 03, 2006

Those annoying public records

Seems every once in awhile the question of whether public records should be public takes an amusing turn, and here's comments on a couple of those incidents:

Ann Coulter, whose legal residency has been questioned in Palm Beach County, where she's been accused of voter fraud, is now trying to get her address stricken from public records there. Eat the Press links to local newspaper reports and blog comments (lots of comments on this posting, too.)

Meanwhile, some bloggers are furious about a New York Times story about the fancy enclave of St. Michaels, Maryland, where Defense Secy Donald Rumsfeld and now VP Dick Cheney have homes. Like giving their addresses to the terrorists, they say. This story about it in the Washington Post is months old. Guess the Times is just a target these days.


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