special interest group


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The documentary explores why Wal-Mart is one of the greatest success stories in business history, how it improves the lives of individual working Americans and their communities, and the social pathology behind the escalating attacks on the company by special interest groups.
The OMG Robotics Special Interest Group (SIG) will be holding a Robotics Standards Birds of a Feather meeting on Thursday, October 6, 2005 at the conference.
Terry also examines the context in which American foreign policy is shaped, from the impact of popular culture to the power of certain ethnic special interest groups such as Jewish American organizations.
that are grabbed out of thin air by pampered, self-indulgent, hedonistic special interest groups.
The LEO system can put you in touch with other professionals across the country or with numerous special interest groups.
There is no limit on soft money, which is funneled by corporations, labor unions and nonprofit special interest groups to political parties.
5) The majority of these attacks were conducted by domestic terrorist groups, particularly Puerto Rican groups, left-wing extremist groups, and special interest groups.
In addition, the comprehensive meeting agenda included Energistics leaders Randy Clark (President and CEO), Jerry Hubbard (EVP) and Alan Doniger (CTO) who provided an update on Energistics', formerly POSC, new brand image, discussed the organization and administration of the Regions and reviewed current status of the Energistics standards portfolio; including WITSML and PRODML Special Interest Groups.
Special interest groups with various social agendas are hovering around Littleton like vultures.
I believe in leading by example and this is my way of giving something positive to America while other candidates for presidential leadership are running around looking for money from special interest groups," commented Fogarty, founder of ArmchairPresident.
With few exceptions, it is only special interest groups that have the means to bring an initiative to the ballot.
In the past few years, Houston's strong leadership has not only provided robust programming, supported many special interest groups, and promoted successful networking, but has provided a model of membership retention and growth.

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