But at these newspapers, writers who even slightly criticize
the government have lost their jobs.
You can criticize
the people who brought you the Black Death for wiping out one-third the population of Europe," a medieval HMO executive might have rationalized back in 1347.
But not only is it unfair to criticize
excessive spending on the last days of life (doctors don't know who is going to die and who isn't) there is no shred of evidence that the repeal of Medicare would enhance the health of America's children.
The Wilson decision not only limits Wickline to its particular facts, but also criticizes
some of its rationale.
PTI says that when ECPs own lawyer criticizes
it, how he would defend ECP now, reported a private news channel.
this government for hijacking my own religion and blending it with anti-American, anti-West sentiment and producing an identity that will turn the next generation into a breeding ground for extremist terror groups.
I am shocked that people criticize
women who work as nurses to help support their families," she said.
He added, : "who criticizes
Maliki's visit to Washington should criticize
himself first for his visits to a number of countries that support terrorism," stressing that Maliki's visit cannot hold U.
I'm sorry, forgive me, and God bless America, because we can criticize
The behaviour distinction is critical, for if one is unable to criticize
the behaviour of homosexual people because sexual orientation is a prohibited ground of discrimination, then it would follow that one would be unable to criticize
a person who engages in adultery or fornication, as "marital status" is also a prohibited ground of discrimination under the Code.
In fact, from AVOT's perspective, any American who puts into practice our nation's "ideals of freedom and equality" to criticize
Bush administration policy is guilty of aiding and abetting terrorism.
Some far-right religious and political leaders are beginning to criticize
President George W.
My father did criticize
Israel, and did so in harsh terms.
Speaking in October at the opening of a series of seminars on Jewish-Catholic relations, at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome's chief rabbi, Riccardo Di Segni, felt called upon to criticize
the Church in three areas.
Under Neuhaus' editorship, McConnell has had free rein to criticize
church-state separation and the court decisions upholding it.