Rather than create a nation where the national economy can prosper as a whole, we have slowly descended into a nation of petty fiefdoms where narrow interests can be abused to put the screws to
other narrow interests.
He said, 'So you would have to nationalize the banking system because that is how ECB (European Central Bank) and the Germans and the Troika put the screws to
Greece every time there is negotiations.
We're not running out of oil and won't anytime soon, which is why the Saudis are helping put the screws to
our domestic industry.
"They came in, looked at our books, looked at everything and said, CyHere's some accounts we feel like we're going to regulate you on,' and they kind of put the screws to
us on what we could and couldn't do type thing," a manager stated in the recording.
The conventional wisdom following last month's midterm elections is that the rousing Republican victory would mean a more favorable climate for Israel and Prime Minister Netanyahu's government in the United Statesthat the extra-friendly Congress would make it more difficult for the Obama Administration to put the screws to
Netanyahu the way it has.
Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) put the screws to
those beloved by Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery), whose book about having supposedly survived a near-death encounter with the notorious Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), Hoffman's former boss, is revealed to be bogus.
IBM/Lotus is juicing its collaboration tools with a dose of analytics and cloud-based integration with the belief it can redefine the technology, meet the needs of a sophisticated new user generation, and put the screws to
an expanding field of competitors.
They put the screws to
the NGA to stop offering the data or start paying for it with rights to resell it.
The other option is to stay the course and put the screws to
McQuaig's last book, Behind Closed Doors was a brilliant -- and comic -- examination of the way Tory tax reform put the screws to
the majority of Canadians.