Monday, June 1, 2009 17:34
To Follow US Lead On Cybersecurity Control Framework British intelligence agencies are working on
their own version of the Obama administration's Cybersecurity Act of
2009, a control framework that will facilitate a great increase in and
coordination of government surveillance.
create secret lobbying front
As the financial crisis entered one of its darkest phases in October,
a handful of the nation’s largest banks began holding daily telephone
firm says handheld puke ray is ready to go
A US industrial laser company says it has developed a functional puke-ray
system, ideal for use by cops or military personnel wishing to take
down their opponents without shooting them.
on the inflation train Less than 90 days ago, the financial markets were melting
down, with the world’s economies mired in a deflationary death
spiral that threatened to usher in another 1930’s-like extended
May End Up Owning Citigroup When financial stocks slumped in February to the lowest level
in at least 17 years, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke
told Congress the government might end up owning “substantial”
stakes in the country’s biggest banks.
= Government Motors
General Motors Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy early Monday,
marking the humbling of an American icon that once dominated the
global car industry and setting up a high-stakes gamble for U.S.
Bill Taxpayers For TVs, Cameras, Lexus
Florida Rep. Alcee Hastings spent $24,730 in taxpayer money last
year to lease a 2008 luxury Lexus hybrid sedan. Ohio Rep. Michael
Turner expensed a $1,435 digital camera. Eni Faleomavaega, the House
delegate from American Samoa, bought two 46-inch Sony TVs.
Trauma Defense - It’s a Lie…
Richard Clarke, the former counter-terrorism “czar”
under Presidents Clinton and Bush is fed up with Bush administration
officials using the attacks of September 11, 2001 as justification
for their various policies.
Flu Hysteria to Be Launched Again The day that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano
declared a national emergency due to a few swine flu outbreaks almost
seems like a front-page story from The Onion.