It took Jimmy Carter quite some time to get into the texting game, but he’s finally done it. And he’s apparently not that concerned about the National Security Agency reading it.
On Wednesday, the 39th President texted his grandson, Jason, a Democratic candidate for governor in Georgia, who then tweeted a screenshot of Carter’s inaugural text.
This comes after Carter’s interview on “Meet the Press” on Sunday, where he said he feels his emails have been monitored by the NSA.
One trip to the @ColbertReport turns an ex-president into a text-president. Thanks @StephenAtHome pic.twitter.com/3m461I5psj— Jason Carter (@carter4governor) March 26, 2014
A state budget with ‘firm fiscal foundation’ that shows ‘tremendous progress?’ Or a ‘cynical’ election-year ploy to buy votes?
Mayor Brandon Johnson’s version requires annual approval from local alderpersons before restaurants and bars are allowed to set up tables in the curb lane, in adjacent parking lots, on sidewalks in front of adjacent neighbors or in the entire street.
The Supreme Court last week restricted the EPA’s ability to protect America’s waterways and wetlands. Illinois can’t afford to sit back and do nothing to protect both in our state, the head of the Illinois Environmental Council writes.
Michigan woman showered her family with love.
Jail programs are still able to use reading and writing materials, and individuals in custody also receive legal mail and documents from their attorneys, after it is screened for drugs and contraband. There is no ham-fisted ‘book banning’ or denying legal material.
The community’s willingness to welcome and help the new migrants arriving in Chicago has made our support network’s collaborative efforts more successful, a McCormick Foundation executive writes.