ARKANSAS TIMES: It was a bad week for...


ARKANSAS TIMES: It was a bad week for...

by Ean Lee Bordeaux on Friday, September 2, 2011 at 12:27pm


http://networkedblogs.com/mjsPh

FREEDOM OF INFORMATIONAttorney General Dustin McDaniel issued an official opinion agreeing that it was legal for the city of Little Rock to withhold hometowns when it released a list of employees. The city asked the opinion because someone [syndicated social justice blogger, Chief Ean Lee Bordeaux (Houma-Choctaw Nation)]sought the list of employees who live outside the city.  The statute allows protection of "home addresses" of non-elected public employees and McDaniel's opinion said this "encompasses all components parts of a 'home address'; namely, a street address, zip code, city and county."  A city or a county are far from a home address.
We agree with the analysis of the Arkansas Times and intend to pursue this matter further. We do not agree with the Arkansas Times leaving information out that the public has the right to know, things like, WHO the hell is someone? SOMEONE is Chief Ean Lee Bordeaux, pro per; of the Houma-Choctaw Tribe, an American Creole Indian Nation. We are never going anywhere and we are not a secret.  Most properly and professionally attribute credit for our contributions.  Allow the public an opportunity to conduct research for themselves,  or consider yourselve's  less of journalist's than you would choose to think of yourselve's to be.  Engaging in obviously incomplete journalistic reporting that would garner you a BIG fat "D-" in class. That is all.

Chief Ean Lee Bordeaux, pro per
American Creole Indian Aid Commission

E Puribus Unum. Out of Many, ONE



Chief Ean Lee Bordeaux, pro per

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