Date: Thu, 2 Sep 1999 13:48:34 -0400
From: "Key, Kyle" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Link to Salon Magazine
It has been brought to my attention that you are using public resources of
the University of Nevada to hyperlink visitors to Salon Magazine in regard
to Representative Chenoweth
respectfully ask you to remove the link for the following reasons:
1. Helen admitted she made a mistake. She did not commit perjury. She did
not lie under oath. And she does not have a history of sexual addiction as
does President Clinton. Have you ever heard of repentance? I suggest you
take a close look at the true meaning of that word.
2. I do not think it is appropriate for a professor using the University's
>resources and website to have a link on such a topic to a slanted, left-wing
You have every right in the world to say what ever you like as underlined in
the Constitution. However, it is another matter when you use a public
supported website to express your agenda. I hope this is not a normal
practice of other professors at the university. I look forward to your
response to this matter and hope that we can resolve this relatively soon.
If you prefer, please call me directly at (202) 225-6611.
Kyle Key Communications Director U.S. Representative Helen Chenoweth Office of Representative Helen Chenoweth Tel. (202) 225-6611 * Fax (202) 225-3029 E-mail: email@example.com