Breakthrough UFO Book

I’m very happy to talk about what I believe is somewhat of a breakthrough with respect to the UFO topic. A fellow serious researcher of mine, Leslie Kean, has released a new book entitled “UFO’s: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go on the Record.” It took her over ten years to write, and as renowned theoretical physicist Michio Kaku commented, it has set the “Gold Standard” for UFO investigations. John Podesta wrote the foreword to the book. I encourage you all to read it if you have the opportunity. If you can get through it without realizing we haven’t gotten to the bottom of the UFO question yet, I’ll eat your hat. UFO’s, regardless of their origin, present serious threats to national security and air traffic safety. We need to pull our heads out and start looking at these things seriously. The statistics say that encounters by aircraft with UFO’s occur about as often as wind shear incidents. That should give us all cause to pause. I enjoyed the Steven Colbert interview with Leslie Kean here: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-chicago-ohare-ufo-htmlstory,0,2758675.htmlstory

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Glenn Beck and MLK

Well, as you can imagine, there are a lot of things happening in the world today! I am very interested to see the outcome of this year’s elections, national, state AND local. I’m also very interested to see the outcome of Glenn Beck’s rally at the feet of the Lincoln Memorial on the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech this Saturday. I was around three years old when MLK delivered his speech. I keep a transcript of it in the desk of my home office and take it out to read it every once in a while. For some reason, I don’t see Glenn Beck bringing me to tears the way Martin Luther King can-to this day. Well, I guess we all have a dream. I mean, a nightmare is a form of dream-right?

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