In another assault to freedom of information (ref. FOIA denials to access Bush's service records), the Secret Service, a la KGB tactics, is now investigating a small web site's owners for publishing a list of GOP delegates to the RNC in NYC this this week. "... But federal law enforcement officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because the probe is active, said there were concerns that posting of the delegate lists could subject the delegates to harassment, acts of violence or identity theft." Posting of Delegate Information And yet, this same group of people believe it's OK to provide the names of doctors and employees of clinics that provide abortions to the more extreme right wing faction, resulting in the shooting and bombing deaths of 23 doctors, law officers, non-medical employees, and bystanders from 1991 to 1998. But apparently that's free speech according to the courts. Most of these murders were the result of names, addresses, and photos being published online at the Nuremberg Files, where GW Bush is a supporter. Bush supports extremist activity even though he once paid for a girlfriend to get an abortion, as published in the New York Daily News. Freedom of information isn't ever as free as we'd like.