bully pulpit


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a public office of sufficiently high rank that it provides the holder with an opportunity to speak out and be listened to on any matter

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It will be another opportunity, halfway through his term, for him to use his bully pulpit to educate the nation on what he has achieved during the last three years and what he aims to do for the remaining period of his presidency.
Haley revealed: "The Bully Pulpit was inspired by my project Wait Watchers which went viral in 2013.
The former austerity Chancellor is now carving a living doing odd jobs, six of them, including being the open-necked editor of the Evening Standard, the Queen's local paper, which he uses as a bully pulpit to have a go at Theresa May.
Greg Abbott - might retreat from their most extreme views if Patrick were removed from his bully pulpit.
This is the bully pulpit of the most powerful man on the planet, broadcast direct to millions of people, echoed and amplified by the Breitbarts, the cheerleaders, the echo chamber Labour MP Yvette Cooper on US President Donald Trump's tweets The 'sexy blonde' label has stuck to me despite the fact that at 54 I am old enough to be a grandmother Broadcaster and agony aunt Mariella Frostrup
This is the bully pulpit of the most powerful man on the planet, broadcast direct to millions of people, echoed and amplified by the Breitbarts, the cheerleaders, the echo chamber" - Labour MP Yvette Cooper on US President Donald Trump's tweets "I think we were running out of puns, I'm not going to lie.
Jordan emphasizes he is not a politician, political operative, or media expert with a bully pulpit, just a regular American citizen with a desire for exhaustive research that is tired of seeing Constitutional rights under attack.
Coleman's "POTUS at the Bully Pulpit" (S/O 2015) is a disappointment to me.
Some of you may have enjoyed Doris Kearns Goodwin's new book, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism.
"I believe there's a federal role in education," he told me recently, saying that the federal government affords an important bully pulpit for higher standards and more spending on students from poor families, to name two priorities."But you don't need a department.
House and Senate to move beyond denial, as he did over the past four years, and push for effective legislation to curb carbon pollution: will he use the bully pulpit in this manner?
Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) doesn't get to vote in Congress, but she enjoys the full benefit of its bully pulpit, and she's using it to urge the FCC to eradicate the use of the word "Redskins" from the airwaves.
Today's Republicans are unlikely to read The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism or understand how great leaders project a vision of an even greater America.
In her new bestseller, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism, Goodwin weaves together two stories--three if you count the wives' tale--that make vivid how the American public came to support the far-reaching reforms of the Progressive era introduced by T.R.
The Bully Pulpit Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism [pipe] DORIS KEARNs GOODWIN: Goodwin, author of many presidential biographies and the Pulitzer Prize-winning No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II (1995), tells part of the story of the Progressive Era.