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Regime forces have cut off and encircled the area, and the military strategy is to starve
the remaining 12,000 residents into submission.
Other prominent advocates include Gary Becker, Edward Lazear, and Kevin Murphy (2003), who have argued that "government spending responds to tax revenues, so that lower revenues imply lower government spending." Robert Barro (2001) has argued that "'tax cuts remove revenues from Washington and thereby keep Congress from spending them." He has also noted that "one attraction of tax cuts and deficits is that they starve
the government of revenue and thereby promote spending restraint" (Barro 2003).
So when Bush talks about Europeans allowing Africa to starve
, it's not because he thinks they won't help Africans grow GM food.
The rightwing Republicans not only want to "starve
the beast," they want to starve
Herbert has a simple suggestion: Don't starve
Experimental observations (3) suggest that the extruder channel fills gradually during starve
"I'm getting frustrated doing these cases, and the public is getting frustrated hearing about them, because there's no reason in the world to starve
your dog to death."
Nina Blakemore ate one apple a day - just 80 calories - in a desperate bid to starve
herself to a size zero.
A MOTHER accused of killing her undernourished four-year-old son told detectives it was not her who starved him because "he would starve
himself", a court heard.
It seems to me that it is quite possible to act on the belief that charity begins at home without advocating that people be left to starve