CNN: It’s illegal to go through Hillary’s emails detailing real criminal activity but OK to run stories of unproven harassment allegations. Right! Our government, at its most rudimentary level, has two innate responsibilities: to provide transparency/accountability in all its dealings and to protect people’s rights without refrain or prejudice. When you work for the State Department, let alone set up an authorized server to collude with the President, DNC officials, foreign donors and the media, you’ve officially entered the realm of public domain and waived your right to privacy long ago. As for unsubstantiated allegations, when was it acceptable for the national media to relentlessly report and give credence to unsubstantiated, defamatory charges – without making any credible efforts to debunk such claims or dare I say question their motives – and willingly become a supermarket tabloid or the political reincarnation of Jerry Springer? Once again, there is a stark difference between reporting the news…not gossip or partisan plots, mind you…and real criminality. It’s time all media outlets were either officially designated as entertainment/advocacy…a glowing label slapped on the corner of every broadcast or atop any publication….or, if they so choose, given their official press credentials from an independent watchdog for consistently demonstrating a commitment to unbiased, principled and responsible journalism.