To see the evidence of this, let us look more closely at some of the areas of our culture where we are trying to improve communication, and it will become clear that what we are actually trying to do is run interference
At home the open Nazis like John Metzger run interference
for the David Dukes who run interference
for the Pat Buchanans who run interference
for the mainstream racists of moderation.
"I'll run interference
so they aren't encumbered with red tape and bureaucracy," says Greer, who himself rose through the ranks of store manager, district manager and regional manager to become Thrifty's director of store operations.
When physicians are directly affected by information or communication technology, lay vice presidents of information systems or chief information officers usually find clinicians to play the unofficial role of clinical information officer, to run interference
for them and promote clinically oriented information technologies to clinicians.
The module provides tools to define cast geometry, create die cavities, compensate for shrinkage, determine draft requirements automatically, create the required draft, define and generate sand cores, define complex parting surfaces, split die components automatically into individual cast sections, run interference
checks in die-opening cycles, and analyze part thickness for casting suitability.
It is up to their managers to secure resources and run interference
Congress, despite the War Powers Act, was effectively neutered in a skillful, bipartisan fashion by the Bush Administration (with Congressmen such as New York's Stephen Solarz, long an AIPAC ally on the hill, helping to run interference
. A notable exception was Rep.