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1 Yet while liberals have cheered the result as a mark of social progress, it does not necessarily augur plain sailing for the al-Sabah family that has ruled Kuwait since the 18th century.
2 Of course, some liberals honestly disagreed with us on welfare reform, trade, fiscal responsibility, and national defense.
3 Liberals have doubts about her, too.
4 For decades, liberals have relied on the courts to push through some of their most cherished policies.
5 Liberals tend to romanticize trains (because the French use them) and conservatives tend to disparage them (because the French use them).
6 liberals, that is the image of "the smiling Brother", Essam el-Eriani, a ubiquitous spokesman who is a model of decorum on the rostrum.
7 But because he is pretending to be a deranged right-winger, his questions about policy are much easier for liberals to parry.
8 This is adored by conservatives and loathed by liberals.
9 are surprised to learn that the so-called "liberals" are not in favor of freedom.
10 We're broke as a nation. If liberals want to fund this, they can do it from their own coffers.
11 contrary, Arab conservatives have a record of exploiting new communications technology at least as well as liberals, and often better.
12 Yet even if one accepts the validity of concerns about man-made climate change, one should agree that market liberals also have a legitimate concern.
13 We're probably entering a period, in other words, in which smart young liberals meet a stone-cold scarcity that they do not seem to recognize or have a plan for.
14 At the same time, liberals accuse Obama of betraying his ideals and his promises to restore the rule of law.
15 Religious views may be advanced by liberals, he argues – as long as they accept the need for critical evaluation and rational debate.
16 real division is between social conservatives, on the one hand, and social moderates and liberals, on the other, not between Catholics and non-Catholics.
17 Conservatives and liberals will always feud about the right level of punishment.
18 The irony of the situation is that we, we in this room, are the true liberals, in the etymological and only worthy sense of that noble word.
19 Malcolm's shift in the last year of his life, as dramatized in his autobiography, is what allowed middle-class blacks and white liberals to admire him.
20 Liberals want nothing more than to see a small population of American overran by billions of Asians. This is why they support abortion.
21 Unusually for the Tories, there is talk of increasing civil liberties and imprisoning fewer people; and in another SOP to the Liberals, Britons next year will vote on a change to their voting system.
22 liberals do after a ghoul invasion?
23 Liberals sometimes argue that their preferred approach to family life reduces the need for abortion. In reality, it may depend on abortion to succeed.
24 Worse yet, such concessions have attracted the ire of such liberals as Senator John Rockefeller, who declared this week that the Baucus bill “will not have my vote”.
25 But even if he supported some of right-wing America's attacks on "liberals", he would certainly have objected to its choice of words.
26 second follows in part from the first: Canada remains a country that the Liberals can recognise perfectly well, with big government and social liberalism largely intact.
27 Liberals may be humoring themselves, but for the moment it's fun to watch slippery conservative politicians-newt, Mitt romney-try to scramble to ride the tiger.
28 context of his argument, this swipe follows from a discussion of how liberals' dismissal of the today's reading as a "gimmick" shows they don't take the document seriously.
29 mind-set was by then familiar ground for liberals.
30 The Economist's readers, like Canadians more broadly, were divided on whether the Liberals did the right thing: 49% of them supported the party's effort to force an election, and 51% opposed it.