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Change.gov Is Up and Running

Updated 4:23 p.m.
By Anne E. Kornblut
It took a little while, but the Obama transition team Web site is up and running.

With features on the inauguration, Obama's message and even how to apply for jobs, www.change.gov looks like it will soon be a fully functioning guide to the evolving Obama administration.

Posted at 2:07 PM ET on Nov 6, 2008  | Category:  New Media
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there's a lot of buzz in washington circles about Judge Nelson A. Diaz, who was President Clinton's General Counsel for HUD taking the reins of that agency. Apparently the Brookings Institute is publishing a book on Housing and it cites the Diaz Opinion as the cause for the success of the HOPE IV (hope 6) program to Judge Diaz opinion that allowed leveraging of public and private financing and partnerships with private sector by the Public Housing Authorities never done before. He's also responsible for the opinions and court settlements for the elimination of high risers throughout the country .

Posted by: koufax | November 6, 2008 9:39 PM

Coming soon: Government 2.0

Posted by: kjellh | November 6, 2008 5:54 PM

It's working now. Have a look.

Posted by: owl1 | November 6, 2008 3:32 PM

Change is measured by time. Jim Crow laws did not sustain themselves over time. Social Security has been a sustaining change. If Obama is to have a lasting legacy he must consider future administrations. ...........


http://thefiresidepost.com/2008/11/06/obama-and-sustainable-solutions/

Posted by: glclark4750 | November 6, 2008 2:56 PM

whoa. Is it already swamped? :D

Posted by: owl1 | November 6, 2008 2:53 PM

No suitable nodes are available to serve my request.

Posted by: dlc5n | November 6, 2008 2:39 PM

OBAMA MUST IMMEDIATELY REMEDIATE CIVIL LIBERTIES VIOLATIONS... BE ON GUARD AGAINST ATTEMPTS TO MOUNT A "FALSE FLAG" ATTACK... AND ENSURE ADHERENCE TO THE CONSTITUTION


Ensuring the civil liberties of all Americans, weeding out prejudice, and reversing policies and practices that violate the U.S. Constitution must be a top priority of the new administration.

The free ride for the forces of hate and extremism, hiding behind bureaucratic programs originally constructed to "keep America safe," must come to a quick end.

One of the first executive orders of the new administration should be sensitivity training for all federal personnel, and a mandatory refresher course on the meaning of the U.S. Constitution.

All federal departments should be screened for policies and ongoing operations that are violating the constitutionally guaranteed civil rights and liberties of American citizens.

All laws and executive orders implemented over the past eight years should be subject to immediate review to determine whether their provisions comport with spirit and letter of the Constitution.


Also, it might be a good idea on Day One for the Obama administration to commission an independent, trusted entity to sweep all government offices, as well as private residences of key officials, for electronic surveillance devices.


BUT WILL THE ELECTION EVEN MATTER? Not as long as government-supported extrajudicial "vigilante injustice" squads are "gang stalking" American citizens, making a mockery of the rule of law:

http://www.nowpublic.com/world/american-gestapo-state-supported-terrorism-targets-u-s-citizens
OR members.nowpublic.com/scrivener


WHAT IF THEY COULD SHOOT YOU
WITHOUT LEAVING A TRACE? THEY CAN.
http://www.nowpublic.com/world/zap-have-you-been-targeted-directed-energy-weapon-victims-organized-gang-stalking-say-its-happening-usa-1

Posted by: scrivener50 | November 6, 2008 2:28 PM

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