Transparency in government is imperative. How else to ensure that those in charge and elected officials remain accountable and honest?
We have a story to tell. It belongs to us and is ours to divulge. We have a right to speak, as much as some people out there do not like what we have to say. We have been careful to display only verifiable
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facts, allowing the reader to draw their own conclusions. There is so much more we could say, but hold back.
I write this because someone is trying to silence us. Someone has tried to shut this site down. This raises important questions. Does someone have something to hide? Are there some ‘readers’ who recognize themselves and are perhaps ashamed of their actions? Do they know they have done wrong and do not appreciate seeing it in print? What do they fear?
Speaking out against the government is our right. Guaranteed in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms, in fact. Elected officials and government officials have an obligation to those who pay their wages to follow the rules. Those same people have a right to know what goes on within the government they’ve elected. Politicians have an obligation to respect the rights of those who disagree with them.
This Huffington Post article is an interesting read, a good reminder,
Our Right To Speak