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Unlike previous threats, I now face much more intense and organized threats for criticizing the government.
ISLAMABAD, January 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has decided to take action against Abid Sher Ali, the chairman standing committee on education as he committed the contempt of court by criticizing Chief Election Commissioner.
According to the poll, 73 percent of those surveyed said that they avoid criticizing the Jordan government in public out of fear that such an action would bring them problems and tough penalties, the daily reported.
3-19: Doc Rivers fined $25,000 for criticizing referee during a game vs.
Apparently not, so it's come to this: A media analyst is criticizing former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber for not being glib and superficial at a press conference introducing him as "Today's" new correspondent.
According to the editor, only religious leaders "should be permitted to publicly defend their religion's tenets [in criticizing homosexuality].
Additionally, the movie's insinuation that Murrow was a trailblazer in taking the lead on criticizing McCarthy is laughable on its face.
The Anchorage Daily News penned an editorial criticizing the congressional appropriations, which were doled out in chunks in 2004.
Faced with Jesus' warning "Judge not lest you be judged," Midgley insists that Jesus is not taking aim at our moral faculty of judgment but instead criticizing vindictiveness.
In criticizing our discussion, they tried to minimize the enhanced effect on decreased litter size at the low end of the dose range, a response that does not follow the classical linear dose-response relationship.
Narrowly re-elected in 2002, this European leader gained popularity with voters after criticizing the U.
Criticizing legal precedent barring government intrusion into Americans' private lives, the Pennsylvania Republican blasted the Supreme Court for a line of decisions about birth control, abortion and other issues dating back to 1965.
A: Editorial cartooning is a negative art form: criticizing, satirizing, making fun of authority.
What, ultimately, is the point of criticizing NAS for being a mainstream education organization?