The double standard of this newspaper disturbs me.
You preach openness. You zealously pursue the contents of executive sessions of local boards and councils, sometimes using legal means. You label them "secret" sessions.
Yet, you assert your right to publish personal e-mails obtained from an anonymous source.
I fail to see how your reporting makes our school system - or this community - better. I don't care what language Dr. D., or anyone, uses in private correspondence, regardless of the subject. Apparently, no one is entitled to privacy except you.
The motives of your source are newsworthy. The content of these e-mails is not.