Category Archives: Civil Liberties

Why I want Michael Mann’s Emails

By Dr. David Schnare, PhD (Publisher’s Note: Dr. Schnare is the lead attorney in the UVA-Mann email case.) Recently, Nature Magazine published an editorial suggesting that “access to personal correspondence is a freedom too far” and that Michael Mann, whom … Continue reading

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An Update on Northern Virginia Police Secrecy

Police agencies still secretive, newspaper editor still okay with that, plus a disturbing police visit to the former residence of a “Reason Institute” writer Continue reading

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Trust Me: You Can Trust Us

Northern Virginia’s police departments are determined to keep the public from knowing what they’re doing. Continue reading

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So, You Want to Build More Affordable Housing? Here's How….

Everyone wants to feel like they are “pro-housing.” But, just what does that mean? Here’s an answer. Continue reading

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The NoVa Police Blackout

Law enforcement agencies in Northern Virginia say you have no right to know what they’re doing Continue reading

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