He vigorously excoriates
judicial activists and their apologists in his latest book, The Most Dangerous Branch: How the Supreme Court of Canada Has Undermined Our Law and Our Democracy.
He refuses invitations to exhibit; excoriates
and threatens the press, museums, and universities; retreats to a remote hideout; and insists on writing his own catalogues and curating his own shows.
" What Sartwell does in this passage--besides bludgeoning the reader with epistemic--is what he excoriates
other white commentators for; i.e., he takes the evidence provided by black autobiographers as a kind of inert material demanding the fancy conceptual terminology of a white (but would-be-black) intellectual to achieve its full being as both theory and practice.
Dean launched his campaign with his foresighted and outspoken criticism of the war, and he still scores heavily when he excoriates
Gephardt and Kerry for taking the Democratic Party along for the war ride.
If you're looking for a book that excoriates
liberals and Democrats, Ann Coulter's Treason: Liberal Treachery From the Cold War to the War on Terrorism will do the trick.
A subsequent lawsuit went nowhere because FOF is a "religious" organization, and thus, largely exempt from government oversight (because of the church-state separation principle that Dobson excoriates
McNay, quite rightly, has every sympathy with the Irish position, and excoriates
Acheson for dismissing it out of hand.
KUWAIT -- Kuwait's Ministry of Health excoriates
all efforts to discredit its services and malign the integrity of its staff.
"a stale religion of the virtues of saving, of thrift, of accumulation--a kind of reborn Victorianism for the masses" that makes personal savings and federal deficit reductions proof of Calvinist election.