Dr. Joseph Buchman, who completed his campaign for the United States Congress in Utah’s First District on Tuesday (with 2.2 percent of the vote), will be a guest in the first hour of nationally broadcast Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. (1:05 am to 2 am Eastern, 10:05pm to 11 pm Pacific) tonight November 6/7 2008.
He will discuss his campaign, including his call on the US Congress to pass legislation protecting whistle blowers, and removing any secrecy oaths that prohibit disclosure of government waste, fraud or criminal activity within black budget programs, as well as issues involving any evidence of extraterrestrial contact with the earth.
Dr. Buchman will share his experience of being ridiculed around this issue, especially in light of President Elect Obama’s recent selection of John Podesta, former Clinton Chief of Staff and UFO disclosure advocate, as the head of his transition team
He will also be promoting the Million Fax on Washington over the remaining 74 days of the Bush administration transfer of power to President Elect Obama’s team.
As well as the possible establishment of an exploratory committee to consider a 2010 run for the United States Senate.
For more information see:
(Dr. Buchman’s “grassroots exopolitics initiative”)
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Dr. Buchman will also be appearing in-person on a panel following the “It’s a new world if you can take it” presentation at the Sedona Arizona based Creative Life Center on Wednesday November 12th, 2008.
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