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Regardless of our political stance, we cannot afford to perpetuate the Western car-centric model.
Southern conservatives care about government’s moral stance but don’t mind when it spends freely on behalf of their constituents. Western conservatives, by contrast, are soft-libertarians who want government out of people’s way on principle.
You don’t have to get into, ‘I’m a leftist or a rightist, I’m Democrat or Republican.’ You don’t have to get into that kind of nitty gritty type of detail, but at the same time to show that you do have a stance is very, very important. To preach the good word of just being a good human being, being a humanitarian.
Taking a principled and consistent stance over Iraq has attracted much criticism from our detractors and opponents.
Criticism is an interesting beast. For some of us, it can be received, regardless of tone, and used to learn more about ourselves and work. For most, it can shut us down, belittling the opposing side‘s opinion, testing their ‘experience‘ in our field of choice, and ultimately leading to a harder stance, often misplaced.
There may be circumstances in which damaging our relationship with countries over human rights is counterproductive and the benefits to human rights may be very small because of our limited capacity to enforce our stance. That was the dilemma the United States faced after Tiananmen Square.
I believe the government of the United States should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stance toward the Palestinian cause.
In Europe, we will work towards having a common stance, while in France, we will strengthen our protection for asylum seekers whose lives are in danger because of their sexual orientation.
We don’t compete with the Grammys. The Grammys compete with us. They have taken the stance that anybody who performs on ‘The American Music Awards‘ cannot appear on ‘The Grammys.’ I don’t agree with that philosophy.
The Concert for Bangladesh was just a moral stance.
I think we’ve always thought that it’s important to have a positive relationships with local government rather than taking a confrontational kind of stance.
More and more political analysts and weak-kneed politicians are advising the historically pro-life Republican Party to abandon its pro-life stance for political gain. My first response is that if you cannot trust a party on the value of defending human life, how can you trust it on issues like marginal tax rates?
It doesn’t affect my authority if I change my stance on something. If I have to reconsider a decision, I will.
It’s in the best interest of the radical left types – best psychological and strategic interest – to refuse to admit to the possibility that reasonable people can object to their ideological staff. Because if reasonable people objected, that would imply that their ideological stance is not reasonable.
When I get the opportunity to do what I love while also taking a stance on things I believe in, it’s a very beautiful thing.
Karate is my main martial art; that is what I train in every day. It has always been in my life. Sumo is another Japanese martial art that I got into at an early age. It is something that has helped and added to my overall stance and is a good base. It is not something I necessarily use in all my fights, though.
I’m trying to protect what I advertise. That’s my stance on any kind of self-expression.
The abortion controversy is important for what it says about our stance toward procreation and children altogether.
I always loved hitting a low fade to a back-right pin with the wind howling from the right. Not many guys could get it close in that situation, because they kept it low by just putting the ball back in their stance. You see, playing the ball back turns you into a one-trick pony – you can only hit hooks.
The British and French governments have taken a strong stance against ‘extremist content‘ online when addressing their approach to tackling extremism.
I don’t take a stance to score political points. That’s not what I’m about. That’s not why the people hired me. If I do take a stand on something, it’s because I’ve thoroughly researched it.
The second, and I think this is the much more overt and I think it is the main cause, I have been increasingly demonstrating or trying to demonstrate that every possible stance a critic, a scholar, a teacher can take towards a poem is itself inevitably and necessarily poetic.
I think ‘everything sucks‘ is too often leaned upon as a comedic stance. It’s a really easy and pretty weak perspective.