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Conservative columnist Cal Thomas also tried to dispel the allegations of anti-Semitism, saying " To those in the Jewish community who worry that the film ... might contain anti-Semitic elements, or encourage people to persecute Jews, fear not.
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Conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg criticised the magazine writing that " Rolling Stone has essentially become the house organ of the Democratic National Committee.
) Conservative columnist Ann Coulter is often the target of particularly unflattering caricatures, usually popping up in the middle of a strip to make a typically inflammatory remark, ending with a guttural " Haw haw haw!
" Conservative columnist Michelle Malkin cited the song in calling the Coup's work a " stomach-turning example of anti-Americanism disguised as highbrow intellectual expression.
Gerard Henderson, a Conservative Australian newspaper columnist, accused Pilger later in 2009 of " engaging in hyperbole against western democracies.
In 2005, some political analysts such as former Progressive Conservative pollster Allan Gregg and Toronto Star columnist Chantal Hébert suggested that the then-subsequent election could result in a Conservative government if the public were to perceive the Tories as emerging from the party's founding convention ( then scheduled for March 2005 ) with clearly defined, moderate policies with which to challenge the Liberals.
In the 2005 general election, he was succeeded by Ed Vaizey, a prominent conservative columnist and pundit, the candidate selected by the local Conservative Association.
According to Conservative columnist Matthew Parris, Cooper conceived HIPS but avoided direct criticism for its problems because of her connection with Brown.
Wright has also used Bloggingheads. tv to conduct interviews with, among others, the political scientist Francis Fukuyama about his book America at the Crossroads ; the Israeli journalist Gershom Gorenberg on his book The Accidental Empire ( about the history of the settlements ); the weapons expert Jeffrey Lewis ; the Washington Post columnist Joel Achenbach on an article of his about global-warming skeptics ; and Andrew Sullivan on his book The Conservative Soul.
Conservative columnist Alan Stang, in a Southern Mercury article, " Republican Party: Red From the Start ", sees a communist conspiracy in the Republican party of the mid-19th century.
Conservative columnist Joshua Muravchik calls Wieseltier a " liberal thinker ," and journalist George Packer calls him one of the " ideas men of the liberal intelligentsia.
* Conservative columnist and blogger Michelle Malkin was quoted in March 2006 by Howard Kurtz as writing, " But now the determined moonbat hordes have exposed multiple instances of what clearly appear to me to be blatant lifting of entire, unique passages by blogger Ben Domenech from other writers ," in reference to Domenech's resignation from the Washington Post after evidence of his plagiarism came to light.
Sir William Robert Ferdinand Mount, 3rd Baronet ( born 2 July 1939 ), usually known as Ferdinand Mount, is a British writer and novelist, columnist for The Sunday Times and commentator on politics, and Conservative Party politician.
Conservative columnist Ross Douthat has stated that Daniels " carried water, as director of the Office of Management and Budget, for some of the Bush administration ’ s more egregious budgets made dubious public arguments in support of his boss ’ s agenda.
Conservative NewsMax. com columnist James Hirsen writes the " Left Coast Report ," which humorously puts down Hollywood celebrities and their scandals as well, as providing conservative political commentary.
Conservative columnist John Leo argues that despite Frank's belief that conservative politics is just a game of " bait-and-switch ", rural conservative voters have made their voices heard on a vast array of social issues.
His sons are the Conservative politician David Heathcoat-Amory, and the leading political columnist of the Daily Mail, Edward Heathcoat Amory.
Steven Ernest Sailer is an American journalist and movie critic for The American Conservative, a blogger, a VDARE. com columnist, and a former correspondent for UPI.
Conservative columnist John Podhoretz, responded in the National Review Online blog by calling Sailer's statement " shockingly racist and paternalistic " as well as " disgusting ".
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Conservative Cal Thomas and liberal Bob Beckel, in their book Common Ground, describe Hannity as a leader of the pack among broadcasting political polarizers, which following James Q. Wilson they define as those who have " an intense commitment to a candidate, a culture, or an ideology that sets people in one group definitively apart from people in another, rival group.
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Notable MPs for the area have included the industrialist Crawshay Bailey from 1852 to 1868 ; Peter Thorneycroft, Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1957 – 58 and Chairman of the Conservative Party 1975 – 81, who was the town's MP from 1945 to 1966 ; and John Stradling Thomas, MP from 1970 to 1991.
Conservative Justices such as Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas have scrutinized the application of the Lemon law ..
* Thomas Hamilton, 9th Earl of Haddington ( 1780 – 1858 ), Scottish / English politician ; Conservative MP ( 1802 – 1812 and 1814 – 1827 )
* The Conservative Movement, Twayne Pub 1988, with Thomas Fleming ( second edition 1992 ) ISBN 0-8057-9724-6
In a 1935 speech the Prince of Wales had called for a closer understanding of Germany in order to safeguard peace in Europe and in response Conservative Party Members of Parliament Sir Thomas Moore, 1st Baronet suggested setting up a study group of pro-German MPs.
Several Members of Parliament, mostly from the Conservative Party joined the group including Sir Peter Agnew, 1st Baronet, Ernest Bennett, Sir Robert Bird, 2nd Baronet, Robert Tatton Bower, Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, the Marquess of Clydesdale, Robert Vaughan Gower, Thomas " Loel " Guinness, Norman Hulbert, Archibald James, Alfred Knox, John Macnamara, Sir Thomas Moore, 1st Baronet, Assheton Pownall, Frank Sanderson, Duncan Sandys, Admiral Murray Sueter, Charles Taylor and Ronald Tree.
Stephen Thomas Ward ( 19 October 1912 – 3 August 1963 ) was an osteopath and artist who became notorious as one of the central figures in the 1963 Profumo affair, a British public scandal which profoundly affected the ruling Conservative Party government.
Since World War II many Radical Traditionalist, New Right, Conservative Revolutionary, Fascist and Third Positionist groups have taken inspiration from him, as well as several apolitical occultists, such as Thomas Karlsson and Massimo Scaligero.
Northcote was born in London, the second son of the prominent Conservative politician Sir Stafford Northcote, later first Earl of Iddesleigh, by his wife cecilia Frances, daughter of Thomas Farrer and sister of Thomas Farrer, 1st Baron Farrer.
Similarly, Thomas Kennedy served as interim leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario from 1948 to 1949, after George Drew resigned to contest the leadership of the federal Progressive Conservatives.
Conservative historians Thomas E. Woods, Jr. and Kevin R. C. Gutzman argue that when politicians come to power they exercise all the power they can get, in the process trampling states ' rights.
His son from his first marriage, Thomas Taylour, Earl of Bective, also sat as a Conservative Member of Parliament.
Also, the Honourable the Reverend Henry Edward Taylor, fifth son of the first Earl of Bective, was the father of the Conservative politician Thomas Edward Taylor, who served as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in 1868 and from 1874 to 1880.
At the 2005 general election, Thomas was narrowly defeated by the Conservative Party candidate David Jones.
Patrick George Thomas Buchan-Hepburn, 1st Baron Hailes, GBE, CH ( 2 April 1901 – 5 November 1974 ), was a British Conservative politician and the only Governor-General of the short-lived West Indies Federation, from 3 January 1958, to 31 May 1962, when the country was disbanded.
The ninth UFA MP, William Thomas Lucas of Camrose, ran as a Conservative and was also defeated by the Aberhart movement.