would take on frivolous topics," he maintains, adding that he's been part of the movement for everything from executive pay to shareholder proxy access.
14) I think Hart knew that, which makes From a Gadfly
to a Hornet essential reading for our times.
Even the occasional gadfly
is, we may hypothesize, better than the pseudo-ones or those who come with a set of formulistic and standardized objections, accusations, issues, and questions.
Kennedy's comments first appeared in a blog run by gadfly
activist Arianna Huffington called the "Huffington Post," then were widely published elsewhere.
THIS column is delighted to report that Andrew Appleby, professional horse box driver; political gadfly
, and perennial thorn in the flesh of long-serving Stable LadsO Association general secretary Bill Adams, has now received a reply to his complaint to the Certification Office that Adams has not submitted himself for re-election in the required manner.
Philip Randolph, the gadfly
who met his perfect cause through rabble rousing and rhetoric during the pilgrimage to Harlem that all our heroes were required to take, does not ring true.
business,' said Jack O'Dwyer, a public relations gadfly
in New York who heads a research firm and publishes a newsletter bearing his name.
But everyone kept telling him he should be satisfied and stop being an irritant and a gadfly
Because,as is well-known, the gadfly
is a notorious bloodsucke r, and the UKIP managed to drain some of the lifeblood out of the three main parties, who seem to regard anyone who stands in their way as trespassers and upstarts merely playing at politics.
Trade Rep; Representative John Conyers for Attorney General; economist and New York Times op-ed page gadfly
Paul Krugman for the Council of Economic Advisors; Independent Senator Jim Jeffords for EPA; and for Secretary of Defense, former Reagan Administration Assistant Defense Secretary Larry Korb, who has advocated reducing Pentagon spending and is a critic of missile defense.
," a 1955 Soviet film that was dubbed into Chinese, was based on the novel of the same name by the English author Ethel Lilian Voynich, published in 1897.
Even Devlin, a longtime gay rights foe and Philadelphia political gadfly
, conceded that even though Scalia's appearance violated no ethical guidelines, it created the appearance of a conflict.