brings UFO-Disclosure issues to the
Business Advisory Council
Randy Haragan, owner of the UFO Store, has
been chosen to serve Honorary Co-Chairman of the
National Business Advisory Council.
represent the state of Oregon on the Council whose
purpose is to “make sure that small business has
a voice in Washington.”
The Council will look to Haragan and other
members for advice and opinion regarding national
small business policy, particularly in the areas
of debt reduction, tax code simplification,
reducing government waste, and eliminating
needless government regulation of small business.
While the Council’s agenda is improving
small business climate, Haragan says he has an
agenda of his own.
That is to ask the federal government to
follow through on its commitment to complete
disclosure of its secret information on UFOs and
extraterrestrial visitors to our planet.
“During his campaign, President Bush made
a commitment to have Vice President Dick Cheney
open government files on UFOs,” according to
hasn’t happened, and I’m going to use my
membership in the Business Advisory Council to ask
that those files be opened.”
That commitment was made during a
presidential campaign stop in Joplin, Missouri.
Charles A. Huffer, state director of the
Mutual UFO Network Inc. asked candidate Bush if he
would be “willing to tell the American people
the truth about unidentified flying objects.”
answered “Okay,” according to Huffer, and
assigned the task to Cheney who had served as
Secretary of Defense, and would be in a position
Haragan hopes that the climate in
Washington is changing regarding UFO intelligence.
The fact that the owner of a business like
the UFO Store has been asked to serve on the
Business Advisory Council may be an indication of
such a shift.
The UFO Store is a web-based business
featuring products, books, electronic media, and
information for customers interested in the
web site can be found at www.theufostore.com.