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Date Posted: 13:20:16 06/02/02 Sun
Author: -.-
Subject: Today In History

Today in History

In 1924, Congress granted U.S. citizenship to all American Indians, thereby granting them legal access to parts of some of the land we stole from them.

In 1975, VP Nelson Rockefeller, with a straight face, said his commission had found no widespread
pattern of illegal activities at the Central Intelligence Agency. That was shortly after the George Herbert Herbert Bush was installed the director.

Yep, I agree.
No chance of any widespread pattern of illegal activities there. George likes his illegal activity spread in smaller patterns, like Al Qaeda.

Ten years ago: Bill Clinton officially clinched the Democratic presidential nomination as he won the six final primaries of the campaign & the hunting of the last elected president began.

One year ago: Nepal's Crown Prince Dipendra, on life support after killing at least eight members of the royal family, including his parents, before finally turning the gun on himself, was named king
by Nepal's State Council.

Note: Nepal's method of choosing their king is just slightly worse than America's.

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