That was precisely the aspect of the Bush Doctrine that led to the overreach
that cost so much in blood and treasure that Nau decries.
It is the product of a criminal justice system rife with intimidation and prosecutorial overreach
," said Swartz's family in a statement.
Collet said: "Her near fore was touched in an overreach
but it's not a nasty injury.
This was the wrong person, this was the wrong case, and the Espionage Act was an overreach
The eight-yearold has been off the track since suffering an overreach
injury when finishing runnerup to Well Chief in the Betfred Celebration Chase at Sandown in April.
But despite the overreach
, his book largely succeeds in fulfilling its ambitions: to explain just how soccer and culture interact and, more specifically, to see how soccer works against a backdrop of globalization.
The top Irish performer suffered an overreach
when landing the James Nicholson Wine Merchant Champion Chase at Down Royal last month, and although he has not missed any work, his trainer was unsure about running in the Grade One race earlier in the week.
If you overreach
and try to be too innovative, you can go bankrupt, he warns.
Other troubling illustrations of military overreach
and said, "The economic uncertainty is because of SEC overreach
However, the Institute expressed its concern to the Senate Finance Committee that the bill would overreach
its target, resulting in a statute so broad, vague and punitive it would have a burdensome effect on normal transactions.
Rather it is the active and willful attempt to overreach
That, of course, is exactly what happened in the late 1980s as the well-intentioned machinery of broader recovery, through overreach
and exploitation, began to break down despite the efforts of AA's founders to protect its organization from outside interests.
We firmly believe that the gainful employment regulation represents regulatory overreach
, conflicts with Congressional intent and previous Congressional actions on higher education, was developed through a biased and tainted process, and was implemented without exploring the impact on minorities, women, and jobs.
In short, the Stream Protection Rule is a prime example of Federal overreach
with no appreciable benefits and limited consideration of practical applications.