Jack Miller, Hugh McInnish, Brad Taylor, Jim Jackson
LIBERAL CRITICS POINT OUT, SUFFERS from an
outrageous lack of diversity. It is the brainchild
of four associates residing within a tight geographic
radius of Huntsville, Alabama. Each is white, male,
and Christian. Worse, each worked, or still works,
in the military-industrial complex, striving to make
stronger Bill Clinton's hated military. Worse still,
each is politically conservative, and is a Republican.
But the very worst of it all is that they may even
be open to the charge of being members of the dreaded "right
wing" of the Party.
a retired engineer and manager who worked for NASA's
Marshall Space Flight Center. Hugh
McInnish is a retired engineer and analyst who worked
for the US Army in Star Wars and other programs. Jack
Miller is a communications specialist who toils through
the day and the night keeping Uncle Sam's high-tech electronic
devices humming smoothly--and free from prying eyes and
ears. Finally, Brad
engineer for a major defense contractor who launches
missiles for the U.S. Government.
Alas! Can there be any hope, any
hope at all, that anything good can come from such unconscionable
homogeneity? There may be a little. There is one thin
reed to which in their defense the four might cling.
The group is comprised of two young smarties and two
old wises, the young smarties straining at the leash
with vigor and enthusiasm, the old wises exhibiting their
bruises and scars as reminders of the virtues of prudence.
(The order in which they are mentioned above is alphabetical
and, incidentally, chronological in descending order.)
Ironically it was out of a concern
for diversity that the associates formed Suppressed
News. "The popular news media bray continuously
about the glories of diversity," they say, "yet
the media themselves are the most non-diverse conglomerate
in the country. To consult one popular source is to
consult them all. Most large daily newspapers, for
instance, are just glorified telecommunications terminals
automatically printing what is relayed to them from
the orthodox opinion makers in New York and Washington.
There is virtually no independence, they are single-mindedly
liberal: anti-white, anti-male, and anti-Christian.
Our concern is that, because of this, most readers
miss so much that is important in the daily happenings
of the world, both locally and across the country,
and both with respect to facts and to opinion. We have
no delusions about single-handedly overcoming the torrential
propaganda poring down upon us, but we hope to provide
a small light in the midst of the storm, and to cast
that light hither and yon into the dark places that
need seeing to."
They add, "We
invite the public, especially genuine lovers of diversity,
to help us in our endeavor, through their visits to
our web site, their comments, and their suggestions."