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By this I mean the transformation, in the hands of conservative opinionists, of perfectly ordinary liberal principles such as self-determination, self-government and sovereignty into extreme, radical and by implication undemocratic ideas and policies.
As with the Australian opinionists discussed above, the Canadians adopt the now familiar rhetorical tactic of implying that certain philosophical and legal principles of Indigenous status are almost indistinguishable from existing policy, distribution systems and structures of governance:
Reinforcing the reunification theme, GOP Senator Matt Bartle, a dogged opponent of early stem cell research regardless of its merits, made it clear to the crowd of mostly out-of-state opinionists that he doesn't hold Koster's party disloyalty against him.
Dec also claims the network has fostered an operating style--now being imitated by its competitors--in winch cable newsrooms are being downsized as opinionists take precedence over newsgathering and reporting.
For more than a month now we have been reading about the black widow spider, maids and war of words on these topics among the same set of opinionists (should I say?