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Revolutions, Rebellions & Uprisings

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thenewspaper.com

Vigilantes set fire to a Staffordshire, UK speed camera on Friday near midnight. The device had been issuing tickets on Pye Green Road in the town of Hednesford before being necklacked by a flaming tire.

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Keene Free Press

Last night men with guns stopped us and attempted to steal our money and threatened to steal our car. I guess it would have been a routine highway robbery aka traffic stop, except my husband, Russell Kanning, doesn't have a driver's license.

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ACLU

The American Civil Liberties Union today applauded Idaho for becoming the second state in the nation to reject participation in the Real ID Act. That law, enacted in 2005, lays the foundation for a national identity card.

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thenewspaper.com

London vigilantes were so intent on destroying a speed camera yesterday, they set fire to it twice. After firefighters extinguished the device along with a pair of gasoline-filled tires, vigilantes reused the tires to set the camera alight again afte

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David McElroy

As George W. Bush himself approved of Saddam Hussein's fate being decided by the Iraqi people, let's hold him and Cheney to the same legal standard and afford them the same measure of dignity in considering their high crimes and treason, unju

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thenewspaper.com

A pair of UK speed cameras were destroyed and damaged early Monday morning. In Sussex, a speed camera had its innards scrambled by vigilantes who pried open the device and smashed the electronics inside. Damages are estimated at £50,000 (US $98,000).

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cnet.com

Maine overwhelmingly rejected federal requirements for national identification cards on Thursday, marking the first formal state opposition to controversial legislation scheduled to go in effect against Americans next year.

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thenewspaper.com

A speed camera in North Somerset, UK has become England's most frequently destroyed ticketing machine last week. Located in the village of Flax Bourton near Bristol, the device has been burned, knocked over and rammed a total of six times in thre

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If 2007 is to be a year of progress, change is necessary. Progress has never come about without change. The use of electricity, telecommunications, computers, increased wages, higher standards of living, and the whole way of life for every individu

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Douglas Herman for Strike-The-Root.com

Living in the woods on the shore of the 60 acre Walden Pond, a mile from the village of Concord, Massachusetts , Henry David Thoreau had ample time to dwell on the topic of good and evil.

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speedcam.co.uk

"So long as these cameras are robbing motorists of their cash they will continue to be destroyed. Five Gatsos have just gone up in Nuneaton. One of them was completely destroyed before it had even gone live. The workmen hadn't even finished

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AP

Jim Bensman thought his suggestion during a public hearing was harmless enough: Instead of building a channel so migratory fish could go around a dam on the Mississippi River, just get rid of the dam. Instead, the environmental activist found hims

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USA Today

A bidder paid nearly $17.4 million, on Flag Day, for 4 rare flags from the American Revolution. The remarkably intact regimental standards captured by a British officer in 1779-80 were put up for auction by one of his direct descendants 225 years lat

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