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That's proved too large a pile of cash for Republican members of Congress to resist, even though partyleaders vowed to any reporter who'd listen last week that Social Security was absolutely, thoroughly sacrosanct.
The nature of the Falun Gong trial--that is, artifice--betrays the government's intolerance for members of its ruling partywho belong to the organization: All four accused were in the Communist Party, the Post reports.
The Bush campaign's communications director is now penning the partyline.
Bombing the Ban Everybody leads with the Senate's rejection yesterday of the comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty, which needed 67 votes but only got 48--a nearly straight Democrats-for/Republicans-against partyvote.
It says a recent front-page editorial in the Communist People's Daily proclaimed that "the words 'market economy' have been writ large on the flag of socialism for the first time" and denounced partymembers favoring a slowdown in market reforms.
The WP runs the first of two articles explaining how soft campaign contributions, which are not supposed to be used for federal elections, are raised by House partycommittees concerned exclusively with federal elections.
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On Fox News Sunday he invites John McCain to run for president as a Reform Partycandidate.
The NYT has this too, quoting one Communist Partyofficial as saying, "He is not concerned about his legacy, or about Russia and its fate.
He also calls Bradley a quitter for resigning from the Senate and impugning the partysystem in 1992, rather than supporting the Clinton-Gore ticket.
A trial in Brussels had convicted Willy Claes and two other ex-ministers in the Walloon and Flemish socialist parties of channeling bribes to partyfunds into their own bank accounts.
According to the two Times , former Republican Partychairman Barbour was in the witness chair at the fundraising hearings to discuss a $2.1 million loan guarantee from a Hong Kong businessman, Ambrous T. Young, to an organization Barbour started up called the National Policy Forum.
When Giuliani vetoed Talk 's partysite and told the press it was "unimportant" and "irrelevant," all he did was make the magazine important and relevant.
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I remember, when I used to cover county politics for Newsday , how frustrating it was to run up against that implacable wall of united partyloyalty.
Communist Partyboss (ostensibly a social democrat) Ion Iliescu ruled between a mob's execution of longtime strongman Nicolae Ceausescu in 1989 and his own loss of an election last year.
Coroner warns of Ecstasy dangers Nelson coroner Ian Smith has warned that the partydrug Ecstasy is misunderstood and dangerous.
I walked in, and right out, of his New York HQ when I saw how disorganized they were (nobody was there to answer the phone or unlock the front door), and that was the last time I ever considered participating in allegedly organized partypolitics.
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The NYT features a tart op-ed by Gail Collins wondering about the priorities involved in George W.'s decision to skip the California Republican Partyconvention to go watch the Ryder Cup.
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Jesse Ventura, I-Minn., and Donald Trump have threatened to run for the Reform Partynomination to block Buchanan.
The new version makes some small but revealing changes in the partyscene.
Other issues: various Gore campaign blunders and the Reform Partyleadership convention (really just another excuse to interview Minnesota Gov.
The practice takes its name from a Colombian partygame where kids reach into a barrel with a hook or with bare hands and pull out a surprise gift.
Just fill each box with partyfood and the kids can carry them out to the picnic spot.
When the pair land in colonial America, they hook up with Benjamin Franklin, finding not a parsimonious Puritan but a turned-on, pre-psychedelic partyanimal.
Beyond that, he proposes the Republican Partysupport something he calls "entrepreneurial government."
This judgment is especially hard to understand given yesterday's GOP charges that some spots in Clinton's traveling delegation were in effect sold to mega donors to Democratic Partycoffers, making the trip a sort of flying Lincoln bedroom.
The under-30s despise Mexico's corrupt, one-partygovernment, but they are not as skeptical about capitalism as the leftist candidates they voted for.
Since the districts of moderate Republicans, especially in the East, tend to be heavily Democratic, and the ideological differences between moderate Republicans and New Democrats are now microscopic (or perhaps nonexistent), it's a bit baffling that moderate Republicans don't switch partyaffiliation and become Democrats.
To count on partydiscipline to reject McCain-Feingold outright, or to use the power of the gavel to prevent it from coming to the floor, would be to court a public backlash and a revolt within the Republican caucus.
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This past year, even though it was kind of hard, we always made sure they had a birthdayparty.
Quindlen's predecessor in the slot at Newsweek she began to fill this week, the late Meg Greenfield, issued closely argued bulletins from somewhere deep inside a Washington dinnerparty.
But it's a good word to use at cocktailparties if you want everyone to know you're in the know.
John Weaver, his national political director, alerted him that the audience waiting inside the aircraft hangar might include Betsy DeVos, the chairman of the stateparty, who happens to be married to the head of the Amway Corp., and who also happens to be a committed foe of campaign finance reform.
After swearing he wouldn't show up, Vik Draskovic, leader of the largest oppositionparty, matched the president's suggestion for elections in November and was booed by the crowd: The opposition's bickering and Milosevic's control of the media and police would benefit the latter in the elections.
And yet, there I was yesterday, standing up in front of a crowd of 140 people--and hundreds more the night before at a pre-weddingparty we also threw--doing something that is apparently at the heart of our current political debate.
Prudie would suggest you not ask the recently bereaved widow to a dancingparty as your opening salvo; instead an invitation to Sunday brunch and a stroll would strike the right casual note.
As a young man, Mātene participated in marauding Ngāti Toa warparties on the Kapiti Coast.
Workparties are part of joining the Club but are not compulsory.
The 105-strong Gisborne tourparty headed for the slopes on Wednesday for some skiing before crossing the Andes to Mendoza, Argentina for their next match against Liceo Rugby Club.
VF 's annual Oscar-nightparty has become a similar institution in Hollywood.
The coverage is largely upbeat, with only the LAT including the following: 1) Although Yasser Arafat publicly supports the talks, privately the Palestinians were stunned by them and fear that they will have an adverse affect on their own dealings with the Israelis; 2) the political opposition in Israel is not pleased, with one right-wingparty viewing the talks as a complete surrender to Syria; and 3) there is much bitterness too from Golan Heights residents who fear losing their homes.
An article urges the Republicans to start acting like the majorityparty, principally by uniting around a tax cut.
Having said that, my big problem centers on the "traditional" stagparty that the best man is asked to host.
Baracoa really shines the week of 1 April, when heady streetparties every night commemorate the date General Antonio Maceo disembarked at nearby Playa Duaba in 1895, marking the beginning of Cuba’s War of Independence.
Reporters had to sneak into Ascot and Longchamps or modish restaurants and theaters, or crash chic gardenparties to see what was being worn by whom.
Since then, Jews have become more integrated into American life, and Hanukkah has embedded itself in television, officeparties, Hallmark stores, Barnes & Nobles, and other leading American cultural institutions.
Partly for the same sorts of reasons that any new business must spend money before it starts coming in--hiring employees, stocking up on yellow notepads, throwing a launchparty, etc.--but mainly because of the cost of acquiring subscribers.
The contractingparties were Mr James William Black, of the Property Tax Department to Mis Emily Fletcher, and Mr Arthur de Castro, of the Government Life Insurance Department and son of the Rev C. de Castro, of Wellington, to Mis Edith Fletcher.
The Human Rights Campaign, the largest gay and lesbian political organization in the nation, plans 1,400 Ellen houseparties, complete with party kits, to celebrate the lead character's acknowledgment that she is gay.
But this take did make it into the bloopers and out takes footage that was shown at the wrapparty.
Each night there's a themeparty, with a band or DJ.
[From an on-camera interview with Linda Evans, commenting on Night of 100 Starsparty in New York to promote Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous.]
Depending on the type of offence this could include all members of a fishingparty where the offenders cannot adequately identify their own individual catch.
Offering fast ferry service to Mayor Island for day sightseeing excursions, tramping trips, camping holidays, schoolparties.
There may be some nudity and a lot of fetish clothing worn, as many people see a playparty as an opportunity to dress up and show off their fetish wear.
Notwithstanding everyone's reluctance, Lehrman got several minutes of film that brought dozens of bit players and their world to life--the seductive Sandor Ferenczi at a caf, (he once conducted affairs with a patient and her mother at the same time), the warm and animated Princess Marie Bonaparte graciously introducing everybody to everybody else at teaparties (she later rescued Freud from the Nazis), a dashing and alarmingly radiant Wilhelm Reich (he lated invented orgone therapy).
The governmentparty was constantly booed, jeered and told to leave.
On Saturday nights in Camagüey, the music spreads to the streets in a “Noche Camagüeya” blockparty along Calle República.
Prominent religious leaders, more secure with maintaining a Jewish identity in America, now urged schools to let Jews abstain from yuletide celebrations or to provide all-purpose holidayparties instead.
Earlier this year they sold out Wellington's Embassy Theatre for the 'Plush Bomb EP' releaseparty - a full blown, grand scale evening's entertainment, complete with food, drinks and a movie before dancing till dawn.
With Madeleine Albright meeting the Italian foreign minister in Washington Monday, all the Italian newspapers led with the news that disagreements about Iraq were seriously dividing the Italian government, with two of the coalitionparties threatening to pull out if Italy put its military bases at the disposal of the United States.
A notice for a raveparty would send an army of cell-phone-waving parents into the school counselor's office and church hallways demanding action.
Newsweek predicts it could turn out to have "the touchy-feely feminist vibe of a grown-up slumberparty ... the roster of performers reads like a who's who of political correctness."
At an A-list Soho bookparty, Boyd's co-conspirator David Bowie read a passage to a credulous audience.