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As Gates points out, "Why would you entrust authority with enlarged powers of regulating the speech of unpopular minorities unless you were confident that unpopular minorities would be racists, not blacks?
This is a tax bill being pushed by Donald Trump, who is very unpopular, and Republican congressional leaders, who are also very unpopular.
Irrespective of what the Congress Party is trying to mount, the results in Uttar Pradesh where Congress is wiped out yet again is indication of how unpopular their leadership is," Irani told reporters here.
When I was a kid and the Vietnam War was the popular subject of unpopular protest, the U.
When you make difficult decisions, you may be unpopular, but later on, you will be respected because people know that you chose the more difficult but right path,' said Robredo, whose public satisfaction and trust ratings improved in the latest surveys after taking a dive earlier this year.
One source admitted: "Hammond had a massively unpopular thing against flying any flag other than the Union Jack.
The unpopular leader was impeached and suspended from office in May for allegedly breaking fiscal rules in managing the federal budget.
ISLAMABAD -- Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Affairs Dr Asif Kirmani Tuesday said thinly-attended public gathering of Pakistan People's Party (PPP) had exposed it as unpopular party in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
Hollande is deeply unpopular with the French electorate as his government pushes through labor reforms aimed at making hiring and firing people easier.
Hollande is deeply unpopular with the French electorate as his government pushes through labour reforms aimed at making hiring and firing people easier.
Don't put it off because in the short term it is going to be unpopular.
FORMULA ONE Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has revealed the team may have to make "an unpopular call" for their drivers in light of Ferrari's revival.