http://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_7794950 This is refreshing to say the least. I understand the need for some secrecy in government, but it has gone way too far. And even within the existing FOIA released documents, some have been blacked-out to the point of absurdity. For example, many official defense deparrtment papers discussing UFO encounters have 80% or more of the information deleted, which understandably leads to distrust and conspiracy theories. In defense of the government, one problem is the shear volume of classified information left over from the cold war. It has been estimated that over one-billion documents await review for declassification. I can only imagine how the war on terror has affected this issue.