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  • I do not think that we necessarily need a whole-scale reform of the current GOP primary system, which is front-loaded to produce an early winner and to avoid the kind of sturm-und-drang that afflicted the Democrats until June because of their dreadful proportional voting and caucus schemes.

    BeldarBlog

  • I think to myself that all of this sturm and drang is no big deal.

    Wes Nisker: Just Another Planet

  • Mr. Henry says his company is less concerned about the sturm und drang associated with the so-far fruitless hunt for real money to bail out troubled countries and banks than about the Europe's competitiveness.

    Europe's Not-So-Cunning Rescue Plan

  • She accuses Michael C. of having cheated by using double-stick tape on his model's boobs, and there is much sturm und dramz, but Tim ultimately dismisses the complaint, saying that the show's cameras did not detect any malfeasance.

    Una LaMarche: Project Runway Episode 12 Recap: Empire State of Meh

  • You get the feeling the rest of the country is pretty fatigued by the Red-Sox/Yankees high-payroll, headline-grabbing sturm und drang.

    Is Boston Going To Survive—Or Sink?

  • For all the sturm , however, Ireland, Portugal and Greece are economic minnows.

    Greece Will Default—and Four Other Reasons to Like Europe

  • My book isn't actually about my mother, and I did recount moments of real and quite touching redemption because, of course, it wasn't all sturm and drang; but perhaps understandably, Mother doesn't entirely see it that way.

    Eric Poole: She has Every Right to Kill Me

  • Bellflower is the return of sturm und drang to the American Indie scene; it's a personal story told with the fury of Mad Max.

    Turnstyle: Tilt-Shift Style Sets 'Bellflower' Apart

  • It's highly likely all this sturm und drang will bring the brilliant Jackson a fifth Emmy award next year, but right now it's taking a big toll on the guy.

    Exclusive: Jonathan Jackson Discusses His Shocking Exit From General Hospital

  • The sturm und drang among progressives about the “Right Wing” media and its pundits has always amused me, not because I am particularly amused by a good debate, but because, as a product of an era when there was absolutely no concern with the right, much less with the oxymoronic “rightwing” intellectuals, I have never quite bought into the idea that there is anything intellectually to worry about.

    Matthew Yglesias » Right-Wing Media’s Human Capital Problem

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