"After hearing all the stories these past few days and hearing these brave women speak up tonight about things that we're kind of told to sweep under the rug
and not to talk about, it's made me want to speak up and speak up loudly because I actually felt less alone this week than I have ever felt in my entire career," Witherspoon added.
'Fake news, the outrageous, the half-truths, the outright lies, the misleading headlines, and even the crass jokes and the profanity that accompany the President's every appearance on our television screens - these are all nothing but the sticks that make up the broom that this Administration and its supporters use to sweep under the rug
their crimes, their incompetencies, their laziness, their lack of dedication to the public's interests, their broken campaign promises,' said De Lima.
But this week it got its very first state-run alcohol rehab center, official recognition of a problem the regime, which bans alcohol, has preferred in the past to sweep under the rug
"My course fills quickly each time I offer it, and students seem genuinely curious to know more about a topic we generally like to sweep under the rug
The two countries goals diverge in ways that are too important to sweep under the rug
. In principle, both want a stable, governable Afghanistan with no continuing ties to al-Qaeda.
However, Ned keeps making trouble for them as he naively stumbles upon the problems his sisters preferred to sweep under the rug
. Unable to deal with his honesty, the sisters keep passing him along to the next one.
"ESDC and its subsidiaries are trying to sweep under the rug
the environmental impacts of almost 9 million square feet of development in a part of Manhattan that already suffers from severe traffic congestion and air and noise pollution," MAS President Kent Barwick said.
Interestingly, a central thread to those principles is a performance review, both of the board as a whole and that of individual directors--the latter a flaw that too many boards have long been willing to sweep under the rug
"This is more evidence that the energy crisis was not a California-created problem, but rather market manipulation by the energy pirates that FERC was ready to sweep under the rug
." The agreement calls for El Paso to give California consumers $1 billion in discounts on natural gas and power purchases over the next 20 years.
From the perspective of events, J'accuse marked Zola's emergence as a key participant, but as a piece of political journalism, it is neither as compelling nor as incisive as the letters written in 1899-1900 to protest an amnesty bill intended to sweep under the rug
what remained of the affair.
A Few Good Men suffers similarly from a subtext the playwright, Aaron Sorkin, has tried to sweep under the rug
. It is, even so, a pretty good play, and it has been given a production that maximizes all its virtues, with Tom Hulce (who played Mozart in the movie of Amadeus) as a teddy bear of a defense attorney in a military court-martial and Stephen Lang as a psychotically gung-ho Marine Corps Lieutenant colonel, whom the audience recognizes, from his first sharkish smile, as the real villain, for whom the defendants, two enlisted men blindly obeying orders, are taking the rap.
My fear is that there will soon be too much to sweep under the rug
. What then?