If people are terrified to speak their minds
for fear of being I have lost count of the number of celebrities who have been induced to say incriminating things by this well-used ruse.
Five Manitoba ministers who started a revolt against the leadership of NDP Premier Greg Selinger resigned their cabinet posts today, citing "turmoil" and "grave concerns" about not being able to speak their minds
Assembly Members and MPs are free to speak their minds
and even dish out abuse with impunity, whilst even the most innocuous of passing comments from councillors may be subject to months of investigation.
The young people, from New College Durham, are holding a showcase of their versions of classic songs from artists who aren't afraid to speak their minds
on political issues, such as U2, REM and Pink.
Founded by freelance journalist HeathCliff Rothman, the contest was created to encourage young people to speak their minds
by making films about important social issues.
Too many politicians fail to speak their minds
, that is until they are out of office in cosy retirement and looking to make money from their memoirs or diaries.
The women characters are strong: they speak their minds
, they listen to their hearts.
I enjoy Chris's forthright column and UKIP welcomes people who speak their minds
rather thank ow -towing to political correctness.
I'm alarmed that dissent is increasingly less tolerated, and that those in power seem unable to resist trying to intimidate those who speak their minds
We are all human beings, whatever our colour, and nobody should be afraid to speak their minds
With the Commons full of time-servers and crawlers, we need another Chamber with people willing to speak their minds
, and hopefully having minds to speak.
Whether it was apathy, drizzly weather or a reflection of a business community satisfied with the Harris government's job in cutting outdated laws and regulations, only about a half a dozen people turned out to speak their minds
before the provincial government's Red Tape Commission during a stopover in Sudbury.
I still talk to a number of them - after all, I played with a lot of them - and there is definitely a feeling that they are scared to speak their minds
For instance, he says, some chimps have hypoglossal canals that are proportionately three times as large as those of some modern humans, although only the people speak their minds