March 16th Freedom of Information Day

I suppose I am missing something here. Today is Freedom of Information Day and attributed to James Madison, the 4th President of the United States, and it’s his birthday as well. He is considered one of the Fathers of the Constitution and the chief author of the Bill of Rights. The Freedom of Information bill was passed in 1966 and gives every American the right to get any information that might improve their lives as is concerned with the government. Today most of us are trying to hide our personal information so no one can use it against us. So what information are we looking for? Ah, doesn’t really matter just be grateful it is there.

How to celebrate – Read the Freedom of Information Bill. Read the Constitution. Read the Bill of Rights.

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