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Remembering my Father, Richard T. Dolan, 1939-2018

By | December 3, 2018

It’s with sadness that I report on the passing of my father, Richard T. Dolan, yesterday evening on December 2. He was 79 years old, just one month from turning 80. He lived a full life, filled with triumphs and disappointments, like most of us. His last few years saw declining health and ever-greater restrictions… Read More »

Breaking News on AATIP: Paul Dean Strikes Again!

By | April 29, 2018

I just received a message from friend and fellow researcher Paul Dean from Australia. If you don’t know, Paul is one of the world’s best UFO document researchers, as expert in filing FOIA requests as anyone out there. Moreover, he is a virtual encyclopedia when it comes to the arcane world of military acronyms, nomenclature,… Read More »

Russia Derangement Syndrome

By | March 27, 2018

  Since the summer of 2016, the United States has been progressively losing its mind over Russia. To many people under a constant media assault, the problem seems like it’s one thing – evil Russian intervention in western politics – but in fact, it’s something entirely different. Of course, that’s what happens with mental illness:… Read More »

The Pentagon and UFOs: Assessing the Revelations

By | February 1, 2018

by Richard Dolan On December 16, people interested in UFOs received an early Christmas surprise. The New York Times—a longtime leader in mainstream UFO debunking efforts—published two articles on the subject in one day. These were not the vacuous, snarky pieces that typically emanate from the newspaper that publishes “all the news fit to print.”… Read More »