News flash of what should be common sense: Just because you can do something does not mean you should. While understand there are good arguments for all permits being public info, publishing them in this manner is not a good idea.
So the Post finds it there job to hold the populous accountable for there actions?
These 2 bitches need some serious payback.
I’m talking digging into their backgrounds. Have they ever been arrested? Have they ever filed bankruptcy? Ever been involved with drugs? DUI maybe? Divorced? How many times? Family issues? Oh, and where exactly do they live? Do they have pets? Do they have children? Where do they go to school? Is that school public or private? Ever owned a gun??? How bout your spouse? Or is he too much of a wimp?
I say we expose these bitches on EVERY avenue we can then publish it. Teach them and their ilk a lesson. It’s payback!
And they’re not backing down either.
The publisher fails to understand that their First Amendment rights are protected by the Second Amendment. Do away with the Second Amendment and the administration will impose free speech censorship on those who oppose them. Check your history books on this.
It's impossible for somebody to be this obtuse and not know it. Why yes, Mister Washington Post, I think I'll ignore that map and write my own FoIA request for some semi-random area completely previously unknown to me. Then, after however many number of weeks it takes for that data to get to me, I'll type them into some map program one at a time to see what that particular house is like, and then I'll "look around" the neighborhood as well. There's an interactive map, you say? Thank you, but no -- there are some things a man has to do by himself.