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  • Some of the proponents of the "Elechi Must Stay" music are PDP stakeholders in the state, made up mainly of elected and appointed political office holders in the state, members of the National Assembly and a handful of federal and state board appointees, a non-governmental and non-profit organization known as Clamour for Continuity Initiative (C-4-C), Ochoudo Youth League and Ebonyi Youths Assembly.

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  • The great Philip Stott, the (now emeritus) professor of biogeography who for the past twenty years has patiently explained the bogus anti-science behind AGW theory and its real agenda of anti-western, anti-capitalist, anti-human ideology, has put up a terrific post about all this on his blog, The Clamour of the Times.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I read emeritus Professor Phillip Stott's 'The Clamour of the Times' earlier today and was mightily impressed.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • As it happened, the American post office failed to produce a profit for half a century following the postal act of 1710, reducing the “great Clamour” to mere noise.

    The King's Best Highway

  • In fact when details of the act reached America, in 1718, “a great Clamour was raised against it,” reported Alexander Spotswood, then lieutenant governor of Virginia—for many people considered “ye Rates of Postage” not a public service, but a tax.

    The King's Best Highway

  • The lesson of Obama thus far is this: if the People want it, they will get it, but only if they raise a Great Clamour.

    Top Obama Aide: Cabinet Will Be Virtually Complete By Christmas

  • If Obama has taught us anything it's that the People must arise and raise a Great Clamour.

    Poll: Obama's Leadership Rating As High As Bush After 9/11

  • One thing is clear from P.E. Obama's politics: if we the People want these prosecutions, we must raise a Great Clamour and demand it.

    Poll: Dems Not Rattled By "Centrist" Or "Bipartisan" Cabinet Picks

  • By his Industry, under − hand and unperceiv'd, he found Means to remove the King's Friends out of all Places and Offices of Trust, rais'd the People's Clamour against the Jews and the Romans,

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  • Mould fit for this Royal Dignity which courts me; for I look on Persons of that Rank but as Slaves to the Publick, chain'd to the Oar of Ceremony, to tug through Storms of Censure and Clamour.

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