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  • immigrants
  • It sets Macron's enthusiasm for the EU and call for pro-business reforms to boost growth against Le Pen's desire for France to close its borders to immigrants, unwind EU institutions and restrict imports to protect jobs. (foxbusiness.com)
  • Building a border wall, scapegoating immigrants as one of the major problems for folks here in America - that is a threat to democracy," says Alex Montances, an advocate for the rights of Filipino migrants in Long Beach, Calif. (csmonitor.com)
  • 2016
  • Macron served as Hollande's economy minister from 2014 to 2016 before turning his back on the Socialist government to prepare his own presidential bid. (foxbusiness.com)
  • The National Rifle Association's overall spending surged by more than $100 million in 2016, surpassing any previous annual NRA spending totals on record, according to an audit obtained by the Center for Responsive Politics. (opensecrets.org)
  • voters
  • The refugee decision alienated not just conservative voters who comprised Merkel's base but also the blue-collar workers who made up a significant portion of the SPD's. (foreignpolicy.com)
  • And in either case the SPD has political competition to whom it can lose its voters: Progressives have the Greens and the far-left Die Linke, and the working class could vote for Merkel's conservatives (whose economic policies were scarcely distinguishable from the SPD's in recent years) or even the AfD, which explicitly targeted blue-collar workers. (foreignpolicy.com)
  • Voters now have a stark choice between a resurgent far right, once a pariah in French politics, and a man whose political movement is less than a year old and who has never held elected office. (foxbusiness.com)
  • The birthrate among native-born citizens, while the highest in Western Civilization, is barely at replacement levels as a government unable to pull their constituents to the left import voters accustomed to third world economics and third world politics. (conservativetruth.org)
  • The political attack ad --- how threatening voters works. (psychologytoday.com)
  • This ad is aimed at conservative Republican voters who are either undecided, or who might be supporting Whitman, but who in the aftermath of the passage of the Arizona law might have the immigration issue in mind. (psychologytoday.com)
  • This ad seeks to equate Whitman with Obama and Calderon, to associate Whitman with the notion of amnesty, but primarily it aims to threaten these voters, to generate fear and anxiety about Whitman's (and Obama's) supposed unwillingness to "defend our borders. (psychologytoday.com)
  • Philippe is also relatively unknown to voters, fulfilling Macron's campaign promise to repopulate French politics with new faces. (france24.com)
  • nascent
  • Sparked by the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the statehouse grounds last year, the nascent party is raising funds to erect the flags on private lands across the state. (newsobserver.com)
  • One of the other things that marked the early days of the AIDS epidemic was the truly wicked role played by various satraps of the Christian Right and by the nascent conservative media bubble machine. (esquire.com)
  • Brexit
  • The election results weakened May s authority in the Conservative Party and her ability to control her rebellious nationalistic right wing, who demand a hard Brexit that Britain should leave the European Union with a maximum break of trade regulation and other links with the 27 other members of the European Union. (internationalviewpoint.org)
  • conflicts
  • We will look at several of the countries whose politics have been transformed by these conflicts, assess the economic and political impact on the EU and measure their interaction with the global economy and ECB policy. (fxstreet.com)
  • Obama
  • The ad begins with President Obama standing next to Mexican President Calderon, with Obama saying "We are defined not by our borders. (psychologytoday.com)
  • The next part of the ad has Obama in a black and white shot, with the words "If Barack Obama won't defend our borders, WHO WILL? (psychologytoday.com)
  • There's a difference between those who harshly criticized Mr. Obama because they saw the Affordable Care Act as government overreach and those who cast him as un-American and a tyrant based on false allegations about his race or religion, notes Barbara Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. (csmonitor.com)
  • favor
  • As soon as a challenge from the Left is sighted, however, the party suddenly stops being coy, and declares itself forthrightly in favor of capitalism. (jacobinmag.com)
  • elections
  • We recently published a paper in the journal Political Psychology , where we found that "the candidates chosen as more likely to physically threaten the subjects actually lost 65% of the real elections (involving those same candidates). (psychologytoday.com)
  • In every one of the last three elections this Conservative government has won, they've been found by the courts to have cheated: robocalls, sending people to the wrong polling stations and other fraudulent activities. (inthesetimes.com)
  • shutdown
  • While Congress is stuck in gridlock over the government shutdown, furloughed workers continue to face the grim reality of getting by without. (go.com)
  • Congress has to pass its spending bill by January 19 or risk a government shutdown. (newsweek.com)
  • whose
  • Matthew Karnitschnig of Politico Europe drew a fitting analogy to U.S. politics: The next grand coalition will be like Germany's Hillary Clinton - an encapsulation of mainstream politics whose grasp on power is both inevitable and brittle. (foreignpolicy.com)
  • Snowe, whose political career began as a representative in the House in 1973, has taken part in and initiated bipartisan talks on issues ranging from the economy to energy to health care. (go.com)
  • forces
  • The political forces represented in Rome and Westminster are present throughout the EU. (fxstreet.com)
  • The Baztab website reported on 17 March that a clerical official in the IRGC has a high position in the Coordination Council of the Islamic Revolution Forces, the mainstream conservative body that backs Larijani. (rferl.org)
  • presidential
  • The first round elimination of two other main presidential candidates, the far-left's Jean-Luc Melenchon and conservative Francois Fillon, was greeted with relief by investors and EU partners of France, a founder of the bloc, a key member of the NATO defence alliance, and the world's fifth largest economy. (foxbusiness.com)
  • The presidential contest has blown apart traditional party loyalties. (foxbusiness.com)
  • Todd Palin, husband of former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, formerly was a registered member of the party. (newsobserver.com)
  • Qalibaf's plan to be a candidate in the presidential election indicates the militarization of the political process, several articles in the 4 April issue of 'Eqbal' newspaper suggest. (rferl.org)
  • The many reporters at this event expected to learn something about the conservative organization's preferences in the upcoming presidential election, but Developers' spokesman Mehdi Chamran, who is a member of the Tehran municipal council, was not very specific. (rferl.org)
  • Reformist presidential candidate Hojatoleslam Mehdi Karrubi said in a late March meeting with officials from his election headquarters that in recent years he has warned of the military's involvement in political affairs, the daily 'Etemad' reported on 3 April. (rferl.org)
  • Qalibaf is not the only person the young conservatives are considering as a presidential candidate. (rferl.org)
  • Dole Touts Experience as He Kicks Off Presidential Drive : Politics: He stresses values, less government and U.S. influence abroad. (latimes.com)
  • Presidential Hopefuls Woo Conservative Voter Networks : Politics: Among the groups being courted by the GOPs are gun owners and right-wing Christians. (latimes.com)
  • movements
  • and myriad bourgeois nationalist movements in the historically oppressed countries, including India's Congress Party, which presented their state-led development projects as "socialism" and maneuvered between Moscow, Beijing and world imperialism. (wsws.org)
  • Congress
  • A reinvigorated public square not only must strengthen the muscle of government regulation, as Congress has attempted. (thenation.com)
  • On June 16-17, 1968, at a congress in Colombo, the party was founded as the Revolutionary Communist League (RCL). (wsws.org)
  • among
  • Ronald Reagan among others have shared such obvious wisdom as, "A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation. (conservativetruth.org)
  • It found support for secession strongest among young people, rural people, people who identified themselves as conservatives and those living in the Southwest or Western states. (newsobserver.com)
  • Party officials and their wives circulated among the campuses to gain favour and to obstruct their opponents. (britannica.com)
  • cuts
  • Both the health service (NHS) and local government stagger from crisis to crisis, as savage spending cuts by Theresa May s Conservative government make the provision of adequate services those used mainly by the elderly, disabled people, the ill, the poor and the homeless impossible. (internationalviewpoint.org)
  • Staunch Conservatives are the only group favoring a spending-cuts only approach, a stance endorsed by only 20 percent of the overall electorate. (newrepublic.com)
  • leaders
  • Leaders of those counties also would like to include a few similar counties over the border into Oregon, though no Oregon counties have joined the quest. (newsobserver.com)
  • In seeking the LSSP's support, Prime Minister Madame Bandaranaike had made clear that for the crisis-ridden Sri Lankan bourgeoisie, the only alternative to bringing "the workers' leaders" into government was, to use her words, "dictatorship" and making the workers "work at the point of gun and bayonet. (wsws.org)
  • At the same meeting, Mao heard bitter complaints from provincial party leaders about the chaos of the political campaign. (britannica.com)
  • group
  • HARTFORD - Connecticut's largest business advocacy group, galvanized by the last year's battle over higher taxes, is spending money for the first time in election-year legislative races to try to force state government to change course. (courant.com)
  • Colorado has a similar situation with an active group that wants to create North Colorado from five counties along the state's northeast border. (newsobserver.com)
  • The RCL was founded by a group of youth, radicalized by the Vietnam war and the manifest failure of decolonization to resolve any of the problems of the masses, who-under the ICFI's influence and guidance-drew far-reaching conclusions as to the roots and significance of the LSSP's betrayal and its lessons for the building of revolutionary workers' parties in Asia and around the world. (wsws.org)
  • How did an inherently political group get around the IRS requirement that most of its spending had to be for "social welfare" purposes if it was to maintain its tax-exempt status? (opensecrets.org)
  • Gradual transference of the revolution to top echelons of the party was managed by a group centred on Mao Zedong , Lin Biao , Jiang Qing , Kang Sheng , and Chen Boda . (britannica.com)
  • circles
  • Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf (file photo) The possibility that an individual connected with the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) could be elected as Iran's next president is causing some consternation in Iranian political circles. (rferl.org)
  • fence
  • Then there is a segment with Poizner talking during a debate, accusing Whitman of supporting amnesty, including a scene with an out-of-focus Whitman, hair whirling around her in the breeze, standing near what looks like a wall and fence (the border? (psychologytoday.com)
  • Less than 5 years ago, every single Democrat in the Senate voted to double the length of a border fence, double the number of border agents, end the diversity visa lottery, and create a 'merit-based' visa system," Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Ahrens told Newsweek in a statement. (newsweek.com)
  • seeks
  • Government should also accept the need to produce some of the shared public goods people need in their lives-the common assets the private sector will not provide and often seeks to destroy. (thenation.com)
  • national
  • We will form a government of national unity that brings together people chosen for their competence and their love of France,' Le Pen told a Paris news conference, sitting side-by-side with her choice for premier. (foxbusiness.com)
  • When people feel ill-served by the policies of the EU Commission, they don't address their questions to the parliament in Brussels, they turn to their national government for relief. (fxstreet.com)
  • His stellar performance during the party debates thrust him into the national spotlight. (inthesetimes.com)
  • next
  • For the next four years you can take it as an immutableWashington truth that when President Bush is allied with the Senate and most of the main stream media against the conservative Republican base in the House of Representatives, he is on a quick path to a big mistake. (washingtontimes.com)
  • lawyer
  • and long time party lawyer Richard Ben-Veniste, who made the prosecutors case against George W. Bush and his appointees. (washingtontimes.com)
  • Philippe is the mayor of the Normandy port of Le Havre, a trained lawyer and an author of political thrillers. (france24.com)
  • people
  • He said people who are disenchanted with politics or the general direction of the country tend to feel that things are better in their state, or in their region, than they are across the nation. (newsobserver.com)
  • As a progressive party, we have offered ourselves up in ways that are supported by values that Canadians share, like respect for the environment, a more fair economy and reconciliation with First Nations people. (inthesetimes.com)
  • Of all the groups, Post-Moderns are the most likely to trust government and the least likely to be angry with it, and half of them believe that government often performs better than people give it credit for. (newrepublic.com)
  • towns
  • After the reorganisation of local government in 1974 the county's border was extended eastward to incorporate the Hampshire towns of Bournemouth and Christchurch. (wikipedia.org)
  • news
  • A BBC TV documentary which followed Stephen Kinnock, Labour MP for Aberavon and son of former party Leader Neil Kinnock, during the election campaign showed him and his family [ 2 ] clearly shocked and disappointed when news of Corbyn s success came through. (internationalviewpoint.org)
  • vote
  • So, if he doesn't change his party, there is no way I can vote Democrat, because right now, they control the House, and that is what is killing America. (cnn.com)
  • keep
  • But Merkel's decision to keep borders open for refugees in the fall of 2015 has also made life difficult for the SPD. (foreignpolicy.com)
  • The government will keep trying-whatever it takes-to help Americans through this until they can begin building better lives, a better country. (thenation.com)
  • Keep the government out of my life. (cnn.com)
  • control
  • Executive orders, signing statements and the constant proliferation of shadow-government Czars are examples of an executive branch that is out of control. (conservativetruth.org)
  • In 1947-48, when British imperialism relinquished formal political control over its South Asian empire, the Sri Lankan Trotskyists had denounced "independence" as a sham and the ethno-communal partition of India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka as an historic crime. (wsws.org)
  • moral
  • Here's a great passage from the noble Mankiw:A moral and political philosophy is not like a smorgasbord, where you get to pick and choose the offerings you like and leave the others behind without explanation. (econlib.org)
  • proposal
  • Under Snowe's proposal, which she first introduced in spring, insurance companies will not be able to deny coverage based on pre-existing medical conditions, and a government insurance plan will serve as a fallback if the private industry does not reform within a certain time period. (go.com)
  • economics
  • An elegant solution for this dilemma would be to find a way of decreasing the salience of identity politics and focus on economics and welfare state reforms instead. (foreignpolicy.com)
  • complaints
  • Coupled with the British exit, an English language version of the same set of complaints, the potential for economic and political disruption of the EU soared. (fxstreet.com)