With only two executive producers of any sort last Sunday, the producers have to step up as we head to the show 600 and the March doldrums. Please go to the support page as soon as you can and contribute to tomorrow’s show. So far this week, it looks grim.
The Thursday show is promising to be phenomenal because the news is getting more interesting by the day. Too bad the mainstream corporate media is not digging deeper, there is gold there. But they get their gold in other ways, right? Advertising.
Grim? What happens to me?
A few items of interest tomorrow include some tech news coming out of Barcelona; and what’s the real deal with Netflix and Comcast and you?
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Meanwhile, action in Ukraine continues as its President flees to Crimea. Your No Agenda Show was the first to tell you that the little Republic of Crimea will be the centerpiece of some International action.
John has a weird tidbit from the Economic Hitman. Chuck Hegel wants to shrink the Armed Forces? Or does he really? The Egyptian cabinet walks out and quits. Why?
Ever heard of the Crimean War?
The early Red Book prediction that Piers Morgan would not be a keeper on CNN has come to fruition, but is it too late for the network?
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