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It is tragic that many ostensibly liberal politicians in the region have not lived up to the principles they espoused.
France's politicians are not expected to be negatively affected by the book, either in their private or their public lives.
Physicians' political action committees (PACs) provide state and national politicians with smaller contributions than many other PACs (because, unfortunately, we doctors have not been very generous in our contributions to the PACs).
From Middle America's point of view, the conflict between the media and politicians is like a vicious dogfight with a mangy pit bull on one side and a snarling Doberman on the other.
Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security reform: these are issues politicians can and should influence.
What Ishii had discovered was a secret budget paying out to corrupt politicians and other figures.
Next day, the French Socialist politician and former Minister, Jean Lanrain, recalled that democracy was 'the form of government which demands the most willpower on the part of the citizen'.
senator from Massachusetts, joined other Catholic politicians in criticizing the Vatican.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-6 September 2002-Swedish politicians think Internet very important for the election (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
VATICAN CITY: A Vatican official has proposed eight "beatitudes for politicians," asking them to listen to their people, speak to the media and follow through on electoral promises.
POLITICIANS of all parties must stop blaming each other and stand united on the need for good race relations in our country.
Some of Japan's most prominent politicians appeared on a civic group's list Wednesday of what it called "candidates we do not want elected" in the next general election.
Politicians in a small Norwegian municipality experience how telecommunications technology can support and impact the election process.
The emphasis is on the penal discourse of politicians, professionals and interest groups, rather than on actual prison conditions.
Si anas est, tetrinnit ("if it's a duck, expect it to quack"): this is when politicians use any question at all asked by an interviewer to recite a self-serving prepared statement on some issue.