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  • The posting attributed to someone writing under the name "Insurgent Visuals" accuses Ancel of distorting a quote from the film.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • And, get this Metroid sequence-breakers, it's got an Achievement called Insurgent that rewards players who can figure out how to clear the game while only obtaining 4% of Shadow Complex's items.

    Kotaku: Top

  • "Insurgent" attacks and theft have left the Iraqi capital starved of electricity:

    Daimnation!: The electrical seige siege of Baghdad

  • Of eighteen alleged offenders who were sent to Philadelphia, and marched through the streets, with the label "Insurgent" on their hats, but two were found guilty of crime.

    The Land We Live In The Story of Our Country

  • The great novelty of the "Insurgent" movement is that, in dissociating itself from Free Silver, Free Trade, and the proposal to _destroy_ the

    Socialism As It Is A Survey of The World-Wide Revolutionary Movement

  • It is in equal accord with the declarations of _La Follette's Weekly_ and the leading "Insurgent" writers.

    Socialism As It Is A Survey of The World-Wide Revolutionary Movement

  • Think about all the headlines you have seen — has there been even ONE — just a SINGLE headline in a major newspaper saying something like “Major Battle Won in Fallujah” or “Marines and Army Successfully Rout Insurgents” (yes I’ll even give them the silly word Insurgent over the word Terrorist).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Vietnam Comparison — A Closer Look At The Numbers:

  • Insurgent groups that have ceded territory in Kandahar and elsewhere seem content to melt away temporarily, leaving behind operatives to carry out assassinations or to intimidate villagers while waiting for an opportunity to return.

    Russ Baker: Leaks Wound Obama

  • Insurgent groups that have ceded territory in Kandahar and elsewhere seem content to melt away temporarily, leaving behind operatives to carry out assassinations or to intimidate villagers while waiting for an opportunity to return.

    Russ Baker: Leaks Wound Obama

  • Insurgent groups that have ceded territory in Kandahar and elsewhere seem content to melt away temporarily, leaving behind operatives to carry out assassinations or to intimidate villagers while waiting for an opportunity to return.

    Russ Baker: Leaks Wound Obama

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