Senate at our TribLive conversation this morning, Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams took issue with
the presumed frontrunner status of his potential GOP primary opponent, Lt.
Americans United took issue with
Gobble's claims on its blog "The Wall of Separation.
This year marked the first that the academy let fans choose the top entertainer award - reflecting the American Idol era of entertainment - and Chesney took issue with
The developers as well as state officials overseeing the Atlantic Yards' revitalization hope the changes will ameliorate some of the criticism the project has generated among opponents who took issue with
its size and density and the way it would remake the area's skyline and potentially disrupt the character and environment of surrounding neighborhoods.
Meanwhile, the United States negotiators directly consulted with the Coalition for Fair Lumber Imports, the group of American lumber producers that took issue with
Canadian softwood imports in the first place.
Berlin -- Cardinal Meisner of Cologne also publicly took issue with
the Papal Nuncio in Germany, Archbishop Erwin Josef Ender, for his remarks about liturgical abuses in Germany.
Tom Reilly, general secretary of the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, took issue with
No one took issue with
the songs or the after-party, which featured pop stars like Robbie Williams crooning Porter classics on the beach.
But Deal Hudson, publisher of Crisis magazine, took issue with
Ekeh's dual roles, and his weekly e-letter "outed" Ekeh as the website moderator, asking how a USCCB employee could "publicly support a politician who has said repeatedly he will approve only pro-abortion judges for the Supreme Court?
So in an article in late August, it took issue with
Chief Executive's findings.
The July/August 2003 issue of the Humanist contained some letters from fairly erudite people who took issue with
the anti-supernatural stance of Humanist Manifesto III and with the belief that death is inevitable and permanent.
Sorich also took issue with
a proposed remedy that would require insurers to offer "reasonable underwriting exceptions" if extraordinary personal circumstances adversely impact someone's credit history.
King's "snuggly privileged" background is contrasted with the "cold misery" of Malcolm X's, as Malcolm X took issue with
the nonviolence preached by King and characterized King's goal as merely wanting to "to sit down and drink some coffee with some crackers in a cracker restaurant.
The novelist first irritated residents of the Dominican Republic, who took issue with
his fictional look at dictator Rafael Trujillo.