Miller and Libby were old friends and, like Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and other members of the C-R-W cabal, are (or were) fellow neo-con members of the Council on Foreign Relations, the private organization that holds sway
This will be popular where alternative history holds sway
Romantic rural idyll holds sway
, and Kurland's attunement to landscape persists.
While man holds sway
over the earthly and natural order, it is woman who rules the spiritual.
The phrase swap meet evokes the image of an informal, outdoor shopping bazaar where price negotiation is the norm and cash holds sway
McLaren's remarkable book tells us why we feel so upset about this divorce of sex from procreation, yet one cannot help but note that even in Europe and the United States, the powerful counter-discourse of the Roman Catholic church still holds sway
at least as an ideal; and that thus most people do still accept as a "truth" that sex and procreation are inexorably linked
There have been substantial defections from this group to the Democrats in recent years, especially from the higher income brackets, where laissez-faire lifestyle politics holds sway
The idea that we, as citizens of a democratic society, should pay into a common pool so that everyone benefits no longer holds sway