December 22, 2014

BRING BACK ADMIRAL POINDEXTER:

Do We Need the C.I.A.? (NY Times, 12/21/14)

Central Intelligence Agency Jim Watson/Agence France-Presse -- Getty Images
Since Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan introduced bills in 1991 and 1995 to abolish the Central Intelligence Agency and transfer its powers to the State Department, many have continued to share his concerns about the agency's competence and performance. The Senate intelligence committee's report on the use of torture is the latest example of the agency's controversies.

Would the security needs of the United States be better served if the C.I.A. were dismantled?

The kids at Hanover H.S. have gone crazy for the Marketwatch stock market game.  At first they were all day-trading and buying stuff they like--Apple, etc.--but then selling the second prices started to drop.  But they quickly learned to invest more wisely and patiently.  And that's testosterone-addled boys.

Just convert US intelligence into an Iowa Markets-type deal.  Open Source it all

Posted by at December 22, 2014 2:47 PM
  

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