What Wogaman does do is to call for the moral priority of forgiveness, decry
the spirit of incivility which motivated all sides in the year-long scandal, and offer an essentially political defense of the Clinton presidency.
Also, you show no images of the Citta Nuova, which you decry
as largely Fascist.
Yet Wu doesn't just decry
the model minority myth as misleading.
What would it have taken for these newspapers to decry
the slaughter of a family because a landlord refuses to simply look the other way?
Those opposed will decry
such a plan as amnesty, but it's the only solution that doesn't compromise the ideals and morality that make up America.
Even well-intentioned gays who are quick to decry
being stereotyped on the basis of their sexuality seem to thrill at the opportunity to define others on this very basis.
They record the state of the city now, decry
the vile destructions and offer hope.
While many members of Congress decry
the lack of historical knowledge among our youth, the evidence is overwhelming that there is a fundamental ignorance of American history in the Congress itself.
Liberals can decry
the unprecedented depth and breadth of privatization in Iraq.
Although Gossip-mongers will decry
the absence of full-on confessionals a la Timberlake's annihilating "Cry Me a River," Spears earns a gold star for not flogging her romantic woes in order to sell records, Rather.
and Other Interests Decry
Unconstitutional, Irresponsible Actions
Does it sound like sincere reverence for the Constitution when you consider that this leading member of the Assemblies of God cult, at his Senate confirmation, pledged to uphold all laws of the United States, even those with which he disagrees--yet during his elected-office period in Missouri, he repeatedly used his position to decry
homosexuality as a sin and voted against any pro-gay bill?
any under-21 alcohol consumption," Coleman stated.
While we decry
the tragedy wrought on our nation and the loss of life, we are grateful for the safety of our valued employees," said SCPIE President Donald J.
sexual and gender-based exclusion in straight culture, yet we often make it the touchstone of our own.