bully pulpit

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bully pulpit

A public position that allows a person to speak with authority and share their views with a large audience. James used his position of class president as a bully pulpit to raise awareness about cyberbullying.
See also: bully
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Some pols desire the enormous political opportunity the Senate offers--the chance to occupy one of 100 bully pulpits from which to stake out positions on issues of national concern.