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  • Where "entertainment" is used as a rallying-cry, a banner to gather the troops round, often the underlying assumption is an imperative to provide escapism of the most unreconstructed variety.

    Essay Rant Thingy

  • These are rallying-cry issues for A.M. radio fans, but how many Republicans actually reflect on such policies?

    Michael Ames: Palin: the Perfect Proxy

  • These rallying-cry slogans appear in the memo, as do cartoons of Al Sharpton in a wetsuit ... renderings by Rove.

    Amy Tenowich: Global Warming's Cool!

  • Another aspect - related to this authoritarianism - is that infamous rallying-cry of the right Political Correctness, or, to give it it's full title Political Correctness Gone Mad!

    From The Archive: The Clocks Striking Thirteen

  • The parallels with Israel and its annexation of the West Bank are inescapable: settlement, military occupation, resistance, and religion as an ethnic marker and rallying-cry.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Another aspect - related to this authoritarianism - is that infamous rallying-cry of the right Political Correctness, or, to give it it's full title Political Correctness Gone Mad!

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • These are rallying-cry issues for A.M. radio fans, but how many Republicans actually reflect on such policies?

    Michael Ames: Palin: the Perfect Proxy

  • The parallels with Israel and its annexation of the West Bank are inescapable: settlement, military occupation, resistance, and religion as an ethnic marker and rallying-cry.

    Wintry thoughts from Ottawa

  • The rallying-cry noun is offensive to many Muslims: three years ago, Osama bin Laden maligned U.S. forces in the Middle East as “crusader armies spreading like locusts.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • The rallying-cry noun is offensive to many Muslims: three years ago, Osama bin Laden maligned U.S. forces in the Middle East as “crusader armies spreading like locusts.”

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

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