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Posted: March 21, 2015 at 9:44 pm
Libertarianism in the U.S. – The Pros Cons, What is the Movement About?
PhilaU professors Michael Galganski and Evan Laine discuss at this Arlen Specter Center for Public Service Roundtable the meaning of Libertarianism and debate with students the pros and…
By: Arlen Specter Center for Public Service at Philadelphia University- Roxboro House Roundtables
Posted: March 10, 2015 at 3:41 am
Lost his notes: Attorney-General Department Secretary Chris Moraitis before a Senate committee last month. Photo: Andrew Meares
The humble Post-It note has emerged as a powerful weapon used by the Australian Public Service to avoid Parliamentary scrutiny and Freedom of Information laws.
The use of the ubiquitous yellow stationery has become widespread in Commonwealth workplaces as an aide memoir for bureaucrats which, unlike formal file notes, can “fall off” official records when the information threatens to embarrass their department.
Post-it notes can fall off files. Photo: iStock Photos
Record-keeping in government departments were thrown into the spotlight last week when one of the nations’ most senior public servants told a Senate Committee that he had lost his notes of a highly politically sensitive meeting.
Opposition and Greens senators seeking access to the file note kept by Attorney General’s Department Secretary Chris Moraitis were disappointed when the Canberra veteran told them the document, notes of a meeting with Human Rights Commission Chief Gillian Triggs, had been in a briefcase he had lost.
But former APS insiders have told Fairfaxthe requirements for public servants to keep full notes are often “observed” by jotting relevant information on Post-It notes and sticking them to the file.
“The benefit of a Post-it note is that it can fall off a folio in a file whenever you want it to fall off,” one veteran of several departments said.
“It’s not FOI-able then, there’s no form of record.
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How the Post-it note helps the public service evade scrutiny
Posted: January 28, 2015 at 8:46 pm
Miami Bitcoin Conference w/ Roger Ver
Roger Ver at TNABC 2015 via a Double Background Song Credit: Gagarin by Public Service Broadcasting Album: Race for Space.
Posted: January 15, 2015 at 7:42 am
Ignorance Is Power – exposes FDA censorship of nutritional science
“Ignorance is Power” is the latest public service video announcement from Mike Adams, the editor of NaturalNews.com. This short video delivers a hard-hitting message about the FDA's ongoing…
By: CLARK RODRIGUEZ
Posted: November 28, 2012 at 5:42 pm
PSA – Stop Internet Censorship
This public service announcement raises awareness on internet censorship.From:jh kViews:2 0ratingsTime:01:09More inEducation
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Posted: November 9, 2012 at 12:43 am
Free Speech: Use It. Version 2
Public Service Announce about defending right to free speechFrom:Eugene ButlerViews:3 1ratingsTime:00:45More inNonprofits Activism
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Posted: October 12, 2012 at 7:15 am
FARGO The North Dakota U.S. House race has attracted dueling endorsements from the pro-gun lobby.
Pam Gulleson, the Democratic candidate, was recently endorsed by the National Rifle Association.
Meanwhile, Republican Kevin Cramer has picked up the backing of the Gun Owners of America, a more hard-line group on Second Amendment issues.
Gulleson, who from 1993 to 2009 represented District 26 in the state House, received an A rating for her voting record and stance on gun-rights and Second Amendment issues, the NRAs Political Victory Fund website states.
Public Service Commission member Cramer received an AQ rating from the NRA.
AQ means a candidate is recognized as pro-gun according to an NRA-PVF survey. But, it also indicates the group believes the candidate doesnt have a voting record on Second Amendment issues.
Cramers website touts the endorsement by the Gun Owners of America Political Victory Fund.
GOA-PVF gave Gulleson no rating and said on its website that she is careful to conceal her views on gun rights and did not answer their questionnaire.
GOA regularly differs with the NRA on endorsements and politician ratings, accusing the older group of being too soft on Second Amendment issues.
The NRA is backing Republican Senate candidate U.S. Rep. Rick Berg, giving him an A rating, while tagging his Democratic opponent Heidi Heitkamp with an AQ rating.
Gun groups split North Dakota political loyalties