Here are a couple of sources I've found.
Nightwatch, an "open source" intelligence summary:
"NightWatch is an executive level intelligence recap drawn from domestic and international reporting and is provided as a service by AFCEA Intelligence.
"Mr. John McCreary is the NightWatch editor. John spent 38 years serving the Department of Defense Intelligence as a strategic analyst, most of that time in the Directorate of Intelligence (J2) office of the Joint Staff serving the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) and the Secretary of Defense."
The raw links are here:
Asia Times Online:
"Asia Times Online comprises atimes.com, a free website, atimes.net, an advertisement-free site for subscribers, and atchinese.com, a free site for Chinese readers around the world. These are quality Internet-only publications that report on and examine geopolitical, political, economic and business issues. We look at these issues from an Asian perspective; this distinguishes us from the mainstream English-language media, whose reporting on Asian matters is generally by Westerners, for Westerners."
Today in History for Sunday, July 22, 2018 - Frank Zybach's "self-propelled sprinkling irrigating apparatus" patented, 1952. From *The Old Farmer's Almanac*.
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