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  • These are the things which have truly "Emboldened" our enemies.

    "Emboldening our Enemies"

  • 'Emboldened' Taliban issues 'section 144' 'diktat' in North Waziristan

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • "Emboldened" by a premature U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, the writer says, al-Qaeda carries out terrorist attacks against in American cities.

    ABP News

  • Emboldened by Stonewall and the burgeoning gay freedom movement, in May 1970 activists with the Los Angeles chapter of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) infiltrated a conference on behavior modification by the American Psychiatric Association (APA).

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Emboldened by a few minor victories in district leader races against Lopez's handpicked candidates in last week's Democratic Primary, 50 or so insurgents, "a joyous mix of hipsters, Hasidic rebels, and veteran reformers" - myself included - took to the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall to call for Lopez's resignation as party chairman.

    Morgan Pehme: Vito Lopez: The Plot Thickens

  • Emboldened by the Brits 'devilish schemes to undermine Afghan society, Amanullah introduced an even more secular liberal constitution in 1928 guaranteeing full equality rights to women.

    Michael Hughes: No Peace without Justice and Equality in Afghanistan

  • Emboldened, businesses borrowed, invested and hired.

    The Economy Is Growing -- But Jobs Aren't Following

  • Emboldened by liberal paternalism and tone-deaf to brewing anti-government sentiment, the FTC went beyond what the science supported and proposed three rules: that all ads aimed at children 6 and younger be banned; that ads for especially unhealthy sugary foods (those that threaten dental health) be banned for children ages 7 to 11; and that ads for less-sugary foods aimed at them include health disclaimers.

    Beating Obesity

  • “Emboldened by polls that show public backing for a government health insurance plan, Democrats are moving to make it a politically defining issue in the debate over the future of medical care.”

    Wonk Room » The WonkLine: June 22, 2009

  • Emboldened rebels in the east began trying to retake ground lost earlier, pressing Ajdabiya, where heavy fighting was reported at the city's entrances.

    Allies Spar but Renew Airstrikes on Libya

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