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is the last show of the miserable year 2013 as No Agenda begins it’s lucky 7th year bring news analysis not found anywhere else. Send the show your appreciation with an end of the year contribution or grab the last Executive orAssociate Executive producership for 2013. Click here and show your generosity.
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John C. Dvorak
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It’s Christmas week and the No Agenda Show continues with new and originalmaterial because the news cycle never stops.
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There are some interesting stories developing for tomorrow’s show including the fact that the Gates Foundation is investing in private prisons. How nice.
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Apparently Feedly is changing links to content on blogs and news sources to point at their own pages. I want Scripting News readers to know, if they use Feedly, they will be missing all kinds of good stuff we're doing here.
If that's what they (people reading my site through Feedly) want, then it's okay with me. What's not okay is if Feedly somehow represents their pages as mine. If that's what they're doing, or planning on doing, then I ask you to find another way of reading my site.
There's no excuse for representing links to other people's writing as your own. It's one of the ugliest sides of the web. That Feedly, which has up to now been a fairly classy company, would contemplate this, makes me think they must not understand.
|Dear Producers and Supporters,|
By now you all know that there was a kind of double-witching week regarding the predicted six-week cycle, almost to the exact day. Both of us have already developed material regarding these events that you will never find on the mainstream media.
Kids All Perp-Walked for Humiliation and Slave Training
Overlooked during these events was an obscure little reported (except on Military.com here ) House subcommittee meeting whereby experts came out and advocated a pre-war build-up of munitions for a war with China. To wit:
Seth Cropsey, a senior fellow at The Hudson Institute, told the subcommittee that the U.S needs a detailed war plan for China in the event that conflict arises. “Chinese leaders are ambitious and they are moving toward great power status. The U.S. is not taking this possibility as seriously as it should,” said Cropsey.
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