The Role of the Presidency in the Politics of Disclosure: Part III – The Case for and against Gore Stephen Bassett, Paradigm Clock The public is fairly fed up with ludicrously expensive, winning-is-everything politics. Gore has embraced both adjectives with a passion. As a result, his willingness to touch the UFO/ET problem on moral/ethical grounds, knowing it will damage him politically and hurt his party, is most certainly in doubt.
The Role of the President in the Politics of Disclosure – Part II: The case for and against George W. Bush Stephen Bassett Let’s get one thing straight right up front. The politics of UFOs, how the presence of extraterrestrial beings in our world, now, is going to affect you, your government, and every other person on the planet, is not only bipartisan, it’s transcendent.
The Role of the President in the Politics of Disclosure: Part I: The Decline of the Executive Stephen Bassett One of the most important political trends in the second half of the 20th Century is the weakening of the American presidency – important because of its role in the intricate, constitutionally structured checks and balance system mentioned in the first column in this series.
The Shocking Truth: Ronald Reagan‘s Obsession With An Alien Invasion A. Hovni, UFO Universe, September 1988 This is an article on Ronald Reagan‘s reputed UFO encounter, and how that encounter may serve to explain his continued interest in UFOlogy and EBEs.
The White House Role in Crashed UFO Retrievals Grant Cameron, Presidential UFO – 1st UFO Crash Retrieval Conference, Las Vegas, Nov. 2003 The following are some of the stories that look at what the president might have known about the subject of crashed saucers. These few examples I have chosen, are the result of attempts to track down rumored stories, and investigate them with interviews and material from the various presidential libraries.
Vice-President Dick Cheney and UFOs Grant Cameron, Presidential UFO Because of Dick Cheney‘s high White House positions in past Ford and Bush Sr. administrations, the appearance of Cheney’s name on the George W. Bush Presidential ticket, led many ufologists to feel that Cheney might represent an attempt by the government to make a disclosure on UFOs.
White House Briefed on UFOs
Sarah McClendon, White House Correspondent, McClendon News Service, March 30, 1998
(This article is written by Sarah McClendon, the nation’s longest-serving White House Correspondent, who passed away on 9 January 2003.) Unidentified Flying Objects, a term given for many years to unexplained sightings of craft in the skies over every state in the Union, are actual visitors from other worlds, believe a community of scientists and technicians employed by government.