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  1. vision 2020
    Would Biden Contest a Trump Electoral College Win?While there’s abundant evidence Trump is willing to contest an adverse election result, it’s unlikely Joe Biden would trigger a constitutional crisis.
  2. Exit Calexit: California Secession Initiative FoldsShort on petitions and battling bad press over a co-founder’s ties to Russia, the California secession movement retreats and tries to regroup.
  3. Is California Really Going to Secede?There’s a real movement afoot to make the Golden State its own golden republic. At very least, it will galvanize opposition to the Trump regime.
  4. Which American State Should Secede?Texas seems most likely. The case is strongest for exiling West Virginia. But goodness, if Florida isn’t asking for it.
  5. techsession
    Silicon Valley’s Secessionist Movement Is Growing“We need to build opt-in society, outside the US, run by technology.”
  6. we the people
    Ron Paul: If America Loves the States, It Should Set Them FreeIf they come back, we’re truly a union.
  7. Secessionists of Yore Are Rolling Over in Their GravesModern-day secessionists are signing petitions on government websites.
  8. secess story
    Arizona Liberals Are Trying to Form Their Own Tiny, Liberal StateIt won’t happen … but what if it did?
  9. song of the south
    Haley Barbour Admits That Abolishing Slavery Was a Good ThingBREAKING x 1000.
  10. sudan
    Oil-Rich South Sudan Votes to SecedeBy 99.57 percent!
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Brushstrokes May Open in JanuaryPlus: Harlem gets its own Zagat guide, and a new café at the Prospect Park Picnic House, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  12. Closings
    Secession Shutters; Bouley Won’t Abandon TribecaAnd a commissary is still forthcoming.
  13. freedooooommmm!
    Long Island Talking Secession AgainAnd, unsurprisingly, they’re sounding craaazzzyyy.
  14. marital woes
    Upstate Senators Want a Divorce From DownstateJust another tiff in the state’s ongoing marriage woes.
  15. Mediavore
    Monkey Bar Gets Reservation Line; Balducci’s Leaving ManhattanPlus: The return of the Red Hook Ball Field vendors, and chain restaurants downsize, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. The Other Critics
    No Stars for Secession, But Oak Room Is RevivedPlus: Gael Greene on Shang and Alan Richman on Txikito, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  17. The Other Critics
    Bruni Finds Three Stars at Corton; All Aboard the John DoryPlus: Ryan Sutton on At Vermilion, Jay Cheshes on Braeburn, and Robert Sietsema on Flushing Food Courts in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  18. In the Magazine
    Char No. 4 Warms Platt; What Chefs Give As GiftsAlso in this week’s magazine: Susur Lee opens Shang; where to eat Sunday supper; and no stars for Secession.
  19. Bruni Kills Kurve, Secession Yields Mixed ResultsRestaurant Girl is game for Cipolla Rossa and Alan Richman is entertained at Charles, in our weekly review roundup.
  20. The Other Critics
    Abbe Diaz Rats Out Restaurant Girl, Searches for Herself on CraigslistThe former ‘maître d’ to the stars’ says Danyelle Freeman’s presence sent the staff into a tizzy, at the expense of other diners.
  21. The Other Critics
    Market Table Perfect for Winter; Corton Praise Piles OnOur weekly review roundup includes Allegretti, Irving Mill, Secession, and more.
  22. Chefs Gone Wild
    Chefs Behaving Badly: Introducing the Beaujolais Biker BrigadeOn November 20, the bad boys of French cuisine will get their motors running.
  23. Eat More Cheese
    Let Them Eat Cheese PuffsFrench gougères can be found in several new restaurants this season.
  24. Dine or Ditch
    Secession IndeedSecession’s opening night almost saw a celebrity walkout.
  25. Menus
    What to Order at SecessionSecession opens tomorrow— check out the menu.
  26. King of Tribeca
    Bouley Update: Secession Waits for Furniture, Relocated Bouley to Open inIf the furniture makes it to Secession in time, David Bouley says they’ll open at the end of the week.
  27. Mediavore
    Does the Crowd Ruin Dinner?; Clubbing Goes GreenMarketing food to kids, hiring only female hostesses, rare cocktail books, and more, in our daily news roundup.