Finland, what the hell's happened to you?
How effing stupid is the left going? This stupid.
In covering Gelernter’s potential role in the administration, the Washington Post described the computer scientist
as “fiercely anti-intellectual,” criticizing his opposition
to progressive politics – essentially condemning him for wrongthink.
Why the order? Because NO ONE trusts these bastards.
A federal judge has ordered four current or former top officials at the Department of Homeland Security, including Secretary Jeh Johnson, to preserve emails in their private accounts that may be responsive to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Moss said the Justice Department indicated that all four men agreed to preserve any responsive messages that might be in their private accounts, but he still granted the preservation order sought by the conservative group Judicial Watch, which said it feared the government might lose easy access to the records as Obama appointees ship out.
“Given the Department’s representation, the Court has no reason to doubt that the four individuals have agreed to comply fully with their obligations to preserve any potentially responsive emails and that they have every intention of doing so,” wrote Moss, an appointee of President Barack Obama.
“Nonetheless, out of the abundance of caution, the Court will order an additional preservation step to minimize the risk of any inadvertent loss of potentially responsive emails. Specifically, the Court will order the individuals to copy any emails from the relevant time period in any private email accounts that might contain responsive materials onto portable thumb drives, to be kept in the individuals’ personal possessions,” the judge added. “Copying the emails to a physical drive will minimize the risk that any responsive email might be inadvertently deleted.” ...
Which won't keep the corrupt bastards from deleting stuff, but might save something.
Oh, yes. Nominate her.
On Wednesday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit handed Second
Amendment advocates a major victory when it struck down multiple gun
range regulations imposed by the city of Chicago as unconstitutional
infringements on the right to keep and bear arms. The majority opinion
in the case, Ezell v. Chicago, was written by Judge Diane Sykes, whose name appears on Donald Trump's short-list of possible Supreme Court nominees.