On Sunday evening, the New York Times' columnist Nicholas Kristoff urged IRS employees Sunday to break the law, and leak Donald Trump’s tax returns to his publication: “If you’re in IRS and have a certain president’s tax return that you’d like to leak, my address is: NYT, 620 Eighth Ave, NY NY 10018,” Nicholas Kristof wrote on Twitter.
But if you're in IRS and have a certain president's tax return that you'd like to leak, my address is: NYT, 620 Eighth Ave, NY NY 10018.
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Citizendium is a pretender to the throne of Wikipedia as a free internet-based encyclopedia project.
This led to the first sign that something had gone badly wrong, when a ludicrous puff piece on homeopathy was featured on the front page.
Citizendium aims to boost its reliability by having articles vetted by experts and requiring real names for contributions.
Articles are divided into "workgroups", until recently including one on "healing arts" (Citizendium's term for alternative medicine).
Last September before the election, the Times was sent Trump's 1995 tax documents anonymously.
After verification, the paper printed the documents in full a few days later.