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politic – definition and meaning

  • The body politic is frozen, incapable of making either bold advancements forward or retrenching, and then reverting back to simpler time.

    Matthew Yglesias » Olivier Blanchard on the Case for Higher Inflation

  • One thing you cannot denied in politic a liberal can speak on any subject on a momentt notice.

    Senate Ethics Committee admonishes Burris

  • That such a populace of deluded hypocrits are allowed to take part in our “body politic” is a testament to the LIBERAL nature of our constitution.

    DNC: Barbour ‘defended the indefensible’

  • Palin, if you wanted to stay in politic you should have stayed as Governor of Alaska, but you decided to sell a book you did not write, so who do you think want to hear any thing you have to say.

    Palin calls for Obama to boycott climate change conference

  • Sad day in American politic, not because someone is criticizing Obama, but

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    Politics definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Examples of ‘politics’ in a sentence

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    What
    dinner parties
    need is more
    religion and politics.

    Times, Sunday Times (2016)

    If the changes
    go through he would have
    unparalleled control of politics and society.

    Times, Sunday Times (2017)

    The country at large loathes party politics in the present
    emergency.

    Times, Sunday Times (2016)

    They
    capture our
    contemporary
    sense of
    decline as
    populist politics and
    brutal power
    drive us to a new
    dark
    age.

    Times, Sunday Times (2016)

    Keep it
    simple and
    disciplined People
    engage with politics
    rarely and for short periods of time.

    Times, Sunday Times (2016)


    Weird things
    happened
    last
    week in British politics.

    Times, Sunday Times (2016)

    These people should keep their
    noses out of American politics.

    The Sun (2017)

    I

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    Trump Signs ‘Families First’ Relief Bill Into Law: Here’s What That Could Mean For You

    While his administration and congressional leaders continued to hammer out a trillion-dollar COVID-19 stimulus package, President Trump signed into law Wednesday evening the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the second bipartisan coronavirus relief bill Congress has passed so far  the first providing around $8 billion in emergency funding for emergency prevention and response efforts. So what’s in the “Families First” bill? Below is a breakdown of its key provisions.

    The Families First law addresses the following key priorities, among others:

    1. provides additional funding for nutrition and food assistance programs, particularly in light of schools being shutdown and additional needs for elderly assistance programs
    2. expands paid leave benefits
    3. expands unemployment benefits
    4. provides coronavirus testing at no cost to consumers
    5. temporarily increases the Medicaid federal medical assistance percentage

    Food and Nutrition Assistance Funding: Families First infuses significant federal money — nearly a billion dollars’ worth  into various nutrition assistance programs,

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    Message from Governor Burgum

    Citizens of North Dakota, 

    Thank you for your commitment to helping your fellow North Dakotans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Be assured that Team ND is working as one to slow the spread of this virus. We are taking steps to help North Dakotans through this crisis, and the health of our family, community members, co-workers and health care practitioners is our top priority.

    North Dakotans have a history of working together with resiliency and purpose, and I have no doubt we will continue to be #NDStrong through this crisis.

    The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) and other state agencies are working around the clock to ensure you have access to the resources you need right now. In partnership with federal, local and tribal partners, Team ND is tackling this pandemic through a whole-of-government, whole-of-community approach. 

    Please be #NDSmart and access NDResponse.gov for up-to-date information that

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    politics – Wiktionary

    English[edit]

    Etymology[edit]

    From the adjective politic, by analogy with Aristotle’s τα πολιτικά (ta politiká, affairs of state).

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    politics (countable and uncountable, plural politics)

    1. (countable) A methodology and activities associated with running a government, an organization, or a movement.
      • 1996, Jan Jindy Pettman, Worlding Women: A feminist international politics, pages ix-x:
        There are by now many feminisms (Tong, 1989; Humm, 1992). […] They are in shifting alliance or contest with postmodern critiques, which at times seem to threaten the very category ‘women’ and its possibilities for a feminist politics.
    2. (countable) The profession of conducting political affairs.

      He made a career out of politics.

    3. (plural) One’s political stands and opinions.

      Their politics are clear from the bumper stickers

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    Government’s Greatest Achievements of the Past Half Century

    Looking back from the edge of a new millennium, it is difficult not to be proud of what the federal government has tried to achieve these past fifty years. Name a significant domestic or foreign problem over the past half century and the federal government made some effort to solve it, sometimes through massive new programs such as Medicare and Apollo, other times through a string of smaller initiatives to address enduring problems such as disease and poverty. If a nation’s greatness is measured in part by the kinds of problems it asks its government to solve, the United States measures up very well, indeed.

    The proof is in the federal statutes. All totaled, Congress passed more than 500 major laws between 1944 and 1999 to improve the quality of life in the nation and world. Judged not as individual programs but as part of larger endeavors, these statutes speak

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