Civil Rights, UFO Secrecy, & Government Discrimination

Wilson/Davis Memo and Senate Intel Committee Efforts to Look Behind the Classified Wall

As we approach the fifth anniversary of the New York Times and Politico articles revealing the Navy pilot videos (FLIR, Gimbal, and GOFAST), efforts are accelerating on several fronts of…
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Congress to vote for Study of Intelligence Community involvement with UFOs since 1947

This summer the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence approved the draft Fiscal Year 2023 Intelligence Authorization Act (FY 2023 IAA) for consideration by the full Senate. A companion provision was…
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Why I Write About Civil Rights and Government Secrecy

I began this website intending to focus on one issue. The Civil Rights of a small group of individuals who study or interact with extraterrestrials. According to recently declassified government…
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The Origins of UFO Secrecy

Over the last 70 plus years, Flying Saucers (UFOs) have been a taboo subject.  Most people are afraid to bring up the topic for fear of ridicule.  Potential loss of…
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Real or Not: MJ-12 Documents Affect Today’s UAP Search

One of the most contentious issues surrounding the UFO phenomenon has been the mystery documents which supporters claim show a secretive government organization. These documents allege that an organization, known…
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Congress Poised to take UAP Study to the Next Level

UPDATE ON CONGRESS: New UAP Legislation for Fiscal Year 2023 This is an update on pending legislation in Congress that affects how our country deals with the UFO phenomenon. Last…
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Analysis of Pending UAP Legislation: The Impact of the Gillibrand (D-NY) Amendment S.A. #4810 on Disclosure

Senator Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY) has authored a legislative amendment which will give Congress more tools to understand the UAP phenomenon.  In addition to mandatory language requiring a serious “nuts and…
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Proposed Senate Amendment Accelerates UFO/UAP Disclosure Efforts

Senator Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY) has authored an amendment, which will help Congress better understand the UFO phenomenon.  While there has been unprecedented progress over the last few years, her amendment…
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UAP Foreign Policy

The 2022 Defense Authorization Bill (H.R. 4350) has passed the United States House of Representatives. It is currently in the Senate and headed towards final approval. Under Section 1652 (ESTABLISHMENT…
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The DoD Inspector General and UAPs: What is Behind the Curtain?

May 3rd was an eventful day for the Department of Defense Inspector General’s Office (DoD IG) with a UAP[1] whistleblower complaint filed, and a general UAP program inquiry begun.  The…
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