Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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The last time American Indians were radicalized through their political activism, over 60 natives were mysteriously murdered on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. One of the most well known activists to emerge from the era of FBI persecution against political activists was Leonard Peltier.Peltier was sentenced to two life terms in prison for a crime many insist he did not commit.

Outside the Native Tribal Conference, a group of supporters rallied for his freedom.

“We want Obama to know we are not going anywhere,” said one protester.

Rob Fife, a Peltier supporter talks about daily life on Indian reservations, even under the Obama administration.

“Reservations are essentially prison camps, that’s how they were started, that’s how they remain, to keep people secluded and away from the mainstream, out of sight, out of mind,” he said.

Obama closed the conference saying,“So we’re making progress.We’re moving forward.And what I hope is that we are seeing a turning point in the relationship between our nations.”

A relationship shattered by broken treaties and empty promises for the country’s first people.
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Roderick Scott, an African American man, shot and killed Christopher Cervini, a 17-year-old white youth, in 2009.

Scott faced a charge of first-degree manslaughter, and claimed he shot the teen in self defense.

Scott was subsequently acquitted.

All this happened in New York State, which, even back then, had much tougher gun and self defense laws than the state of Florida has.

What are the legal similarities and differences between this case and the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case?
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Red states' income growing faster than blue states'
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/st...
Personal income in 23 red states has risen 4.6% since the recession began in December 2007, after adjusting for inflation. Income is up just 0.5% in 15 blue states and Washington, D.C., during that time.
...Well, that shoots your liberally-biased false assumption right in the foot, doesn't it?
Once again Carol, you've got to read the whole article and not just the headline. This from the article you've cited;
"The big drivers of red state income growth: energy and government benefit payments such as food stamps."
"North Dakota, a red state, tops the nation in income growth thanks to an oil boom. Other major energy states — Alaska, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas — are solidly Republican, polls show. Poor, southern red states depend heavily on government transfers for income and benefited from increases in Medicaid and other federal programs."
"The 12 swing states are diverse, but combined, they are remarkably average. Annual income per person is closer to the U.S. average than that in red or blue states. Last year, income rose 1.5% in swing states and 1.6% in the USA. Since Obama took office, income growth is up 1.9% in swing states and 2.0% in the USA."
The only one who shot themselves in the foot is you stupid.
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Three Teens Breaking into Cars

During the early morning hours of April 4, 2009, 42-year-old Roderick Scott was asleep on the couch of his Greece, New York home, just outside of Rochester. He was awakened by some noise outside.

Scott looked out the window and saw three teens attempting to break into his car. He grabbed his gun, for which he had a legal permit, put it in his waistband and told his girlfriend to call 911 before going outside.

When Scott went out, he confronted the youths, who were going through a neighbor’s car. According to Scott, he told them to stop and wait for the police. The incident ended after Scott fired two shots at Christopher Cervini, killing him.
What Happened? Accounts Differ

According to 15-year-old James Cervini, one of the three, and Christopher’s cousin, Scott shot Christopher after the teen yelled,“Please don’t shoot me, I’m just a kid.” Scott, who testified in his own defense, said he only fired after Christopher came running at him in a threatening manner.

Scott’s attorney, James Parrinello, argued it was likely Christopher went at Scott to give James a chance to get away. James was already bound by two probation orders and the consequences of being charged with breaking into cars would have been more serious for him.
Scott Originally Charged with Murder

Unlike George Zimmerman, Scott was immediately arrested after the shooting and charged with murder. A grand jury later reduced the charge to first-degree manslaughter. The jury deliberated for about 19 hours before rendering a verdict of not guilty on December 18, 2009.
Manslaughter and Self Defense in New York State

Under section 125.20 of the New York Penal Law, first-degree manslaughter is defined as when a person intends to cause serious physical injury to another person and causes the death of that person or a third party. First-degree manslaughter also applies to cases that would otherwise constitute murder but the defendant, at the time the act was committed, suffered from extreme emotional disturbance.

It is clear that at the time Scott fired two shots into Cervini, he intended to cause serious physical injury to Cervini. He would have had to have been convicted of manslaughter unless the killing was justified.

Under New York law, deadly physical force is defined as the use of force that can reasonably be expected to cause death or serious physical injury. Under section 35.15 of the New York Penal Law, deadly physical force is justified if the person who uses it has a reasonable belief that the other person is using or is about to use deadly physical force against him or her.

In New York, the use of deadly physical force is not justified if the defendant is not in his or her dwelling and they have an opportunity to safely retreat from the situation. The New York Penal Law is similar to the law of Florida in terms of the onus of proof. A defendant need not prove a killing is justified and the jury must acquit unless they are satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that the killing was not justified.

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You should never give a Democrat a gun. When you do, you get a DC sniper, Virginia Tech, Columbine, Aurora theater, Fort Hood, Sandy Hood, etc., etc., etc.
Wayne Williams didn't need a gun to murder all those children in Atlanta.
For some reason, mass murderers are attracted to the Democratic Party. We even have a manager in DHS promoting mass murder.
Why is that?
Now, let's solve the problem. First, we have to understand why it is only Democrats committing these mass murders.
Why is it only Democrats committing these mass murders? What is your opinion on that fact?
Since only 28% of Americans are registered as Repub it is odds in favor that shooters will be something other than Repub.

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George Zimmerman's lawyer has chided him for visiting a Florida firearms factory that makes the type of gun he used to kill unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin last year.
Zimmerman in July was acquitted of murder in Martin's death in a racially charged case that polarized the U.S. public and raised questions about Florida's loose gun laws and equal justice.
"We understand how George visiting the factory that produces the gun used to shoot Trayvon Martin is seen as inappropriate," Shawn Vincent, spokesman for Zimmerman's lawyer Mark O'Mara, told Reuters on Friday.
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/24/us-...
And traygone martin had a back pack that he put on the ground and left it when he went to attack Zimmerman.
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President Obama: Native American Relations With Administration At Turning Point

Bill John Baker, principal chief of the largest Indian tribe, the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma, said before the conference that American Indians have been both "well-served" and "hurt" by other administrations, but Obama has "backed up his words with actions that have made a positive impact on the lives of Native people."

"Obama has done better for tribes than the others, except for the Nixon administration," said Ben Nighthorse Campbell, a former Republican senator from Colorado. President Richard Nixon advocated tribal self-determination as official U.S. policy.

With the accomplishments come greater expectations from a people whose rates of unemployment, violent crime, youth suicides, poverty and high school dropouts are significantly higher than in the rest of the country.

"It's two steps forward, one step backward," Campbell said. "No matter what we do, we have to find a way for Indians to be self-sufficient and not dependent on the federal government, except for those services required by treaty in the old days."

The administration still must implement laws Obama signed and fund lawsuit settlements. Also, tribes want to see the administration push legislation through Congress to get around a 2009 Supreme Court decision limiting the interior secretary's authority to accept land into federal trust on behalf of Indian tribes. The decision has held up economic development for tribes.

Salazar told the leaders Friday the court's decision was a "wrong decision" and needs to be fixed.

"We still need improvements in roads, bridges, schools, hospitals as well as addressing the digital, electrical and clean water disparities that hamper development and quality of life issues for our people," Baker said.

Still, Obama has assembled a respectable bragging list.....

...."We should be proud of what we've done together, but of course that should sharpen our resolve to do even more because as long as Native Americans face unemployment and poverty rates that are far higher than the national average we are going to have more work to do," Obama said. He said his jobs bill would help.

Jacqueline Johnson Pata, executive director of the National Congress of American Indians and an Alaska native, said native peoples' enthusiasm for Obama goes deeper.

Obama has embraced Native American tribal sovereignty preserved in the Constitution, court decisions and treaty agreements and made that the foundation for his administration's dealings with tribes, Pata said.

Like former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, Obama appointed a Native American to his Intergovernmental Affairs staff. But he also appointed Kimberly Teehee, a member of the Cherokee Nation, as senior policy adviser for Native American Affairs.

In addition, Obama reminded executive department heads and agencies in a November 2009 memo of their obligation to regularly consult and collaborate with tribal officials on policies that impact Native Americans.

"I think we have made strides under the Obama administration the likes of which tribes have not seen for 30 years," said Stacy Bohlen, executive director of the National Indian Health Board. Bohlen is a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/03/pres...

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We need hard evidence.
When you get a chance, could you catch one for me?
The Disclosure Project - Over 500 government, military, and intelligence community witnesses testifying to their direct, personal, first hand experience with UFOs, ETs, ET technology, and the cover-up that keeps this information secret.

http://disclosureproject.org/

Here's a short list of their members:

Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command
Lt. Col. Charles Brown: US Air Force (Ret.)
"Dr. B" Lance Corporal Jonathan Weygandt: US Marine Corps
Maj. George A. Filer, III: US Air Force (Ret.)
Nick Pope: British Ministry of Defense Official
Master Sgt. Dan Morris: US Air Force, NRO Operative
Sgt. Karl Wolf: US Air Force
Dr. Robert Wood: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Engineer
Sgt. Leonard Pretko: US Air Force
Dr. Paul Czysz: McDonnell Douglas Career Engineer
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
John Callahan: FAA Head of Accidents and Investigations
Michael Smith: US Air Force Radar Controller
Neil Daniels: United Airlines Pilot
Lt. Frederick Fox: US Navy Pilot
Captain Robert Salas: US Air Force, SAC Launch Controller
Prof. Robert Jacobs: US Air Force
Harry Allen Jordan: US Navy
James Kopf: US Navy Crypto Communications
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
FAA Division Chief John Callahan
Sgt. Chuck Sorrells: US Air Force (ret.)
Commander Graham Bethune: US Navy (ret.)
Mr. Enrique Kolbeck: Senior Air Traffic Controller,
Captain Robert Salas
Professor Robert Jacobs: Lt. US Air Force
Lt. Colonel Dwynne Arneson: US Air Force (ret.)
Colonel Ross Dedrickson: US Air Force/AEC (ret.)
Astronaut Gordon Cooper
Admiral Lord Hill-Norton: Five-Star Admiral, Former Head of the British Ministry of Defense
Security Officer Larry Warren: United States Air Force,
Major-General Vasily Alexeyev: Russian Air Force,
Master Sergeant Dan Morris: US Air Force/NRO Operative (ret.)
A.H.: Boeing Aerospace

This group is lobbying Congress for a hearing to disclose government and military secrecy and that we are, in fact, not alone.
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Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Since only 28% of Americans are registered as Repub it is odds in favor that shooters will be something other than Repub.
that's almost as stupid as saying democrats are the racists. not quite, but really close.

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<quoted text>lol! Since you won't let fact speak for themselves and instead, try to define it yourself, there's no reason for anyone to change their answers son.
After all two wrongs don't make a right!!!
the links I post speak the facts and I am not defining nothing right or left and that is obivous but what you are having trouble with which most Pseudo Liberals do who stay on the far left all the time is that they don't like the facts presented and don't like to hear them either and then what the Pseudo Liberals will do & use is try to defend their far left Pseudo Liberal Position as if it is being attacked wrongfully from the Right Leaning Position and here is an example just like on the issue of Social Security that individuals have no rights to Social Security and the and the far left Pseudo Liberals on here kept claiming that the hyperlinks were right leaning websites but the Pseudo Liberals on Social Security Adminstration Website states the same thing that individuals have no rights to Social Security which can be eliminated at anytime and Pseudo Liberals call it the Reservation of Power Sec. 1104.[42 U.S.C. 1304] and the Pseudo Liberals were responsible for the Kill Opition placed in the Social Security act of 1935 and wanted to make sure repeal or eliminate Social Security if the Pseudo Liberals wanted to and proved.
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<quoted text>And traygone martin had a back pack that he put on the ground and left it when he went to attack Zimmerman.
what was in the backpack? more scary skittles?

leap of faith reasoning[?] is not one of my strong points.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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We need hard evidence.
When you get a chance, could you catch one for me?
However, if you're really interested, watch the documentary "Out of the Blue". You can find it on Netflix or in its entirety on YouTube. It goes into great detail and shows clips of the press conference with those involved in the Disclosure Project.

If you don't believe UFOs and alien beings are visiting our planet, there's no doubt in my mind you will be after watching it.

But nothing to be concerned about. They've been here for a long time and are doing more to help us. They would have already shown intent to harm us if that was their intention.
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Martin Luther King’s Dream Still Lives

In an interview with Allison Samuels, Bernice King talks about her father’s legacy, civil rights today and the Trayvon Martin case

Let’s talk about Trayvon Martin. How do you think your father would have handed the aftermath of the unarmed teenager’s death?

Obviously a child’s death upsets me and the idea that so much had to be done just to get an arrest really does make the point that this country and African-Americans have to be fully aware of what’s going on around us. We have to know and understand the laws and how they pertain to us and fight those that don’t support our rights. It’s also important to understand that my father would have reached out to both the Martin family and to [shooter George] Zimmerman in a situation like this. He would have extended his hand to both to begin the healing because we have to heal in order to move forward. Daddy fought for both justice and peace so he would have cared about both families and worked with both families to bring them to a better place in a very tragic situation.

George Zimmerman was found not guilty which outraged a great number of people. How do you feel?

I understood the reason behind people’s anger since I thought evidence was there to show that Zimmerman was responsible for this young man’s death. Manslaughter certainly seemed very reasonable. But with my law background I’m not sure the prosecution did all it needed to do make the case and I don’t understand why. There were many issues from that night that weren’t addressed and many statements about young black men that weren’t rebutted by the prosecution. That was bothersome, as was the District Attorney’s upbeat demeanor after the verdict. I thought it was totally inappropriate and made you wonder if there wasn’t some kind of arrangement in the end. I’ve never seen a DA so upbeat after losing such a high profile case.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08...
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The Disclosure Project - Over 500 government, military, and intelligence community witnesses testifying to their direct, personal, first hand experience with UFOs, ETs, ET technology, and the cover-up that keeps this information secret.
http://disclosureproject.org/
Here's a short list of their members:
Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command
Lt. Col. Charles Brown: US Air Force (Ret.)
"Dr. B" Lance Corporal Jonathan Weygandt: US Marine Corps
Maj. George A. Filer, III: US Air Force (Ret.)
Nick Pope: British Ministry of Defense Official
Master Sgt. Dan Morris: US Air Force, NRO Operative
Sgt. Karl Wolf: US Air Force
Dr. Robert Wood: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Engineer
Sgt. Leonard Pretko: US Air Force
Dr. Paul Czysz: McDonnell Douglas Career Engineer
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
John Callahan: FAA Head of Accidents and Investigations
Michael Smith: US Air Force Radar Controller
Neil Daniels: United Airlines Pilot
Lt. Frederick Fox: US Navy Pilot
Captain Robert Salas: US Air Force, SAC Launch Controller
Prof. Robert Jacobs: US Air Force
Harry Allen Jordan: US Navy
James Kopf: US Navy Crypto Communications
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
FAA Division Chief John Callahan
Sgt. Chuck Sorrells: US Air Force (ret.)
Commander Graham Bethune: US Navy (ret.)
Mr. Enrique Kolbeck: Senior Air Traffic Controller,
Captain Robert Salas
Professor Robert Jacobs: Lt. US Air Force
Lt. Colonel Dwynne Arneson: US Air Force (ret.)
Colonel Ross Dedrickson: US Air Force/AEC (ret.)
Astronaut Gordon Cooper
Admiral Lord Hill-Norton: Five-Star Admiral, Former Head of the British Ministry of Defense
Security Officer Larry Warren: United States Air Force,
Major-General Vasily Alexeyev: Russian Air Force,
Master Sergeant Dan Morris: US Air Force/NRO Operative (ret.)
A.H.: Boeing Aerospace
This group is lobbying Congress for a hearing to disclose government and military secrecy and that we are, in fact, not alone.
odd+entertaining.
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However, if you're really interested, watch the documentary "Out of the Blue". You can find it on Netflix or in its entirety on YouTube. It goes into great detail and shows clips of the press conference with those involved in the Disclosure Project.
If you don't believe UFOs and alien beings are visiting our planet, there's no doubt in my mind you will be after watching it.
But nothing to be concerned about. They've been here for a long time and are doing more to help us. They would have already shown intent to harm us if that was their intention.
Inebriated.

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You should never give a Democrat a gun. When you do, you get a DC sniper, Virginia Tech, Columbine, Aurora theater, Fort Hood, Sandy Hood, etc., etc., etc.
Wayne Williams didn't need a gun to murder all those children in Atlanta.
For some reason, mass murderers are attracted to the Democratic Party. We even have a manager in DHS promoting mass murder.
Why is that?
Now, let's solve the problem. First, we have to understand why it is only Democrats committing these mass murders.
Why is it only Democrats committing these mass murders? What is your opinion on that fact?
Interesting that you knew all these mass murderers so well personally that you knew their political persuasion...

BTW as for Major Nidal, he's a Muslim Terrorist and against all U.S. political parties.

Pray tell, please enlighten all of us and provide some concrete evidence of your statements

first we have to ask, why is it that conservatives make huge assumptions with no basis in facts or reality?
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I ME I ME I ME I ME I ME wrote:
Roderick Scott, an African American man, shot and killed Christopher Cervini, a 17-year-old white youth, in 2009.
Scott faced a charge of first-degree manslaughter, and claimed he shot the teen in self defense.
Scott was subsequently acquitted.
All this happened in New York State, which, even back then, had much tougher gun and self defense laws than the state of Florida has.
What are the legal similarities and differences between this case and the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case?
You lack in comprehension, heavily! Zimmerman wasn't even charged for over a month. Had the police charged Zimmerman like they shouldn't, nobody outside the state of Florida would've even heard of Zimmerman or, Trayvon Martin. I don't care what the circumstances, if a blackman shoots &, kills anyone, he will be charged &, face a trial. The cases are identical if not for that 1 gigantic difference!
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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The Disclosure Project - Over 500 government, military, and intelligence community witnesses testifying to their direct, personal, first hand experience with UFOs, ETs, ET technology, and the cover-up that keeps this information secret.
http://disclosureproject.org/
Here's a short list of their members:
Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command
Lt. Col. Charles Brown: US Air Force (Ret.)
"Dr. B" Lance Corporal Jonathan Weygandt: US Marine Corps
Maj. George A. Filer, III: US Air Force (Ret.)
Nick Pope: British Ministry of Defense Official
Master Sgt. Dan Morris: US Air Force, NRO Operative
Sgt. Karl Wolf: US Air Force
Dr. Robert Wood: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Engineer
Sgt. Leonard Pretko: US Air Force
Dr. Paul Czysz: McDonnell Douglas Career Engineer
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
John Callahan: FAA Head of Accidents and Investigations
Michael Smith: US Air Force Radar Controller
Neil Daniels: United Airlines Pilot
Lt. Frederick Fox: US Navy Pilot
Captain Robert Salas: US Air Force, SAC Launch Controller
Prof. Robert Jacobs: US Air Force
Harry Allen Jordan: US Navy
James Kopf: US Navy Crypto Communications
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
FAA Division Chief John Callahan
Sgt. Chuck Sorrells: US Air Force (ret.)
Commander Graham Bethune: US Navy (ret.)
Mr. Enrique Kolbeck: Senior Air Traffic Controller,
Captain Robert Salas
Professor Robert Jacobs: Lt. US Air Force
Lt. Colonel Dwynne Arneson: US Air Force (ret.)
Colonel Ross Dedrickson: US Air Force/AEC (ret.)
Astronaut Gordon Cooper
Admiral Lord Hill-Norton: Five-Star Admiral, Former Head of the British Ministry of Defense
Security Officer Larry Warren: United States Air Force,
Major-General Vasily Alexeyev: Russian Air Force,
Master Sergeant Dan Morris: US Air Force/NRO Operative (ret.)
A.H.: Boeing Aerospace
This group is lobbying Congress for a hearing to disclose government and military secrecy and that we are, in fact, not alone.
from "he is from Kenya" to "tin men from Mars"

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<quoted text>what was in the backpack? more scary skittles?

leap of faith reasoning[?] is not one of my strong points.
yes the skittles are scary when your making lean out of it

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The Disclosure Project - Over 500 government, military, and intelligence community witnesses testifying to their direct, personal, first hand experience with UFOs, ETs, ET technology, and the cover-up that keeps this information secret.
http://disclosureproject.org/
Here's a short list of their members:
Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command
Lt. Col. Charles Brown: US Air Force (Ret.)
"Dr. B" Lance Corporal Jonathan Weygandt: US Marine Corps
Maj. George A. Filer, III: US Air Force (Ret.)
Nick Pope: British Ministry of Defense Official
Master Sgt. Dan Morris: US Air Force, NRO Operative
Sgt. Karl Wolf: US Air Force
Dr. Robert Wood: McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Engineer
Sgt. Leonard Pretko: US Air Force
Dr. Paul Czysz: McDonnell Douglas Career Engineer
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
John Callahan: FAA Head of Accidents and Investigations
Michael Smith: US Air Force Radar Controller
Neil Daniels: United Airlines Pilot
Lt. Frederick Fox: US Navy Pilot
Captain Robert Salas: US Air Force, SAC Launch Controller
Prof. Robert Jacobs: US Air Force
Harry Allen Jordan: US Navy
James Kopf: US Navy Crypto Communications
Astronaut Edgar Mitchell
FAA Division Chief John Callahan
Sgt. Chuck Sorrells: US Air Force (ret.)
Commander Graham Bethune: US Navy (ret.)
Mr. Enrique Kolbeck: Senior Air Traffic Controller,
Captain Robert Salas
Professor Robert Jacobs: Lt. US Air Force
Lt. Colonel Dwynne Arneson: US Air Force (ret.)
Colonel Ross Dedrickson: US Air Force/AEC (ret.)
Astronaut Gordon Cooper
Admiral Lord Hill-Norton: Five-Star Admiral, Former Head of the British Ministry of Defense
Security Officer Larry Warren: United States Air Force,
Major-General Vasily Alexeyev: Russian Air Force,
Master Sergeant Dan Morris: US Air Force/NRO Operative (ret.)
A.H.: Boeing Aerospace
This group is lobbying Congress for a hearing to disclose government and military secrecy and that we are, in fact, not alone.
Estimated that there are over 60 billion planets in the Milky Way Galaxy alone and this little speck of dust is the only place with life on it? People are nuts if they believe that!

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