political partisanship

See: politics
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On our own, we have likewise been placing our nation in peril because of our predilection for political partisanship.
He is also one of the few leaders who have clearly vocalized that the issue of Kashmir is beyond political partisanship.
and in no case at the service of any person or political partisanship.
2-5) Thus, radical political partisanship falls on the extreme end of that continuum.
From the beginning of Christianity, one has to be firmly centered not to be distracted into the vortex of political partisanship.
Actually, if you truly want to measure the comparative reliability and political partisanship of particular media, you will not do much better than a chart you can find at the blog www.
They may not be combined with either the pros or the contras to the proposal of a RevGov, without being tainted by political partisanship.
For exactly this reason, courts have enforced a basic norm of government neutrality when it comes to political partisanship in constitutional law.
The DOJ has a proud history of being independent from political partisanship.
Unhealthy Politics relates how factors as disparate as medical authority and political partisanship have hampered the adoption of evidence-based medicine in the United States.
org/2014/06/12/section-1-growing-ideological-consistency/) unprecedented political partisanship .
Opinions about the success of Trump's efforts to change Washington are driven mostly by political partisanship.