Homeland Security Names New Cybersecurity Officials
Philip Reitinger, who worked in cybersecurity for Microsoft and fought cybercrime for the Department of Justice, will help to coordinate cybersecurity efforts across the government.
By J. Nicholas Hoover/InformationWeek
U.S. Accidentally Releases List of Nuclear Sites
By WILLIAM J. BROAD/NY TIMES
The federal government mistakenly made public a 266-page report, its pages marked "highly confidential," that gives detailed information about hundreds of the nation’s civilian nuclear sites and programs, including maps showing the precise locations of stockpiles of fuel for nuclear weapons.
Could these be the new currency, The Amero…?
FederalJack.com has posted pics of what are purported to be leaked copies of Ameros. I'm leaning in the direction that they are fakes, but who knows. I just don't think they would be stupid enough to post pictures of JP Morgan, et al, on the new "dollars". Then again, since very few people know who those men were (mainly the banking elite who first established and ramrodded the Federal Reserve), who knows, the "Powers that be" might just pull such a stunt.
On the front of each "dollar" is the catchy name, "The United Federation of North America", which does sound better than North American Union. On the back, you can notice that the pyramid is capped, and the words "United We Stand" have replaced "In God We Trust".
I say, they are fakes.
Check them out by mashing here,