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  • Seceding Seldom Succeeds, but Vermonters Try

    11/08/2005 6:01:31 AM PST · by Seizure · 51 replies · 1,206+ views
    "If we had a right to join the Union, we certainly have a right to disband from it."
  • Muslim "Activists" Behead Buddhist in Thailand

    06/06/2005 1:49:21 PM PDT · by Trupolitik · 25 replies · 1,196+ views
    Reuters ^ | June 6 | not stated
    BANGKOK, June 6 (Reuters) - A Buddhist has been beheaded in Muslim-majority southern Thailand, police said on Monday, the fourth decapitation of a Buddhist since violence erupted in the region 18 months ago. Police found the body of the 59-year-old rubber plantation employee at his hut in Yaha district of Yala province late on Sunday. "We believe it must have been the work of those militants," a police officer said by telephone, declining to give further details of the incident in the largely Malay-speaking region, where more than 700 people have died in the violence. No group has claimed responsibility...
  • 3 face sentencing in chemical weapons case

    01/08/2004 10:31:59 AM PST · by AgentEcho · 3 replies · 104+ views
    Austin-American Statesman ^ | Thursday, January 8, 2004 | Scott Gold
    HOUSTON -- One evening two winters ago, a man in Staten Island, N.Y., absent-mindedly flipped through his mail. Inside one envelope was a stack of fake documents, including U.N. and Defense Department identification cards, and a note: "We would hate to have this fall into the wrong hands." It had. The package, intended for a member of a self-styled militia in New Jersey, had been delivered to the wrong address. From that lucky break, federal officials think they might have uncovered one of the most audacious domestic terrorism plots since the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Starting with a single piece...