I'm confused. If you went to your shop tonight and hid all the tools, would your response to your employees the next day, who looked upset at not being able to do their job, be:
Make a list of the things that bother you and then make a list of what you think you contribute to the company and what you think your job is.
The list would be quite short and specific, I think. I've noticed that people short on managment skills tend to blame the employees as a knee-jerk defensive reaction. BTW, I'm not suggesting you do this, since I don't know. I am trusting you would find interfering with an employees job and then blaming them for it would be a stupid thing to do.
I don't know this boss, though my first introduction to him via Dragon was her asking how to deal with his directions for her to steal. Which does not impress me with a sense of his professionalism. Whether he is responsible for the missing documents, or it's Dragon, or pixies, the only evidence presented so far doesn't appear to support the documents going missing to be the result of what someone "thinks their job should be."
It seems like almost everytime she's mentioned this guy you've a ) jumped to his defence, and b ) blamed her for the issue. It's like watching a Dilbert cartoon. I'm wondering if she is reminding you of one of your own people and you are reacting based on that - I can't see any other reason to the frequency and tone of your responses - most people either disagree or agree and don't bother actually posting. You appear to have strong personal feelings about this. It may not be so, but it's what it appears like to me. Re-read your posts at arms length and see if you see what I mean.
I'm enjoying the posts both you and dragon make, and I would hate it if one or both of you decided to stop posting because of personality conflicts in a forum. Relax! It's cyber space! For all you really know, dragon could be a 50 year old millionaire who's just posting for fun, or you might be her boss (hmmmmm)