Are massage therapists unwittingly funding terror?

The Department of Homeland Security publishes one of my favorite PDFs on the entire Internet: the Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report. It’s a fantastic resource for finding overlooked stories, obscure government papers on security, and articles about vulnerabilities in the nation’s infrastructure. The DHS staff who put together the report must cast a wide net. ...

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The Department of Homeland Security publishes one of my favorite PDFs on the entire Internet: the Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report. It's a fantastic resource for finding overlooked stories, obscure government papers on security, and articles about vulnerabilities in the nation's infrastructure.

The DHS staff who put together the report must cast a wide net. Alongside the typical doomsday warnings about nuclear plant security, tainted food supplies, and avian flu outbreaks are articles that would look right at home on News of the Weird. Here are a few stories that have been flagged as "significant critical infrastructure issues" since May 1:

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The Department of Homeland Security publishes one of my favorite PDFs on the entire Internet: the Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report. It’s a fantastic resource for finding overlooked stories, obscure government papers on security, and articles about vulnerabilities in the nation’s infrastructure.

The DHS staff who put together the report must cast a wide net. Alongside the typical doomsday warnings about nuclear plant security, tainted food supplies, and avian flu outbreaks are articles that would look right at home on News of the Weird. Here are a few stories that have been flagged as “significant critical infrastructure issues” since May 1:

Then again, maybe this last item calls for a DHS Red Alert. Massage therapists have been known to threaten the careers of government officials every now and then.

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