When I look at how agencies are using technology today (or not using it), it makes me think that we still have some sacred cows
that should be rounded up and turned into burgers.
It was Maggie Thatcher who first 'weaponised' the NHS when she said that the NHS was not a sacred cow
Tipping Sacred Cows
: The Uplifting Story of Spilt Milk and Finding Your Own Spiritual Path in a Hectic World is an exploration of spirituality and meaning, and uses the concept of sacred cows
and their presence in our lives to explore negativity, how life sours, and how to tip a 'sacred cow
' to create a better life.
Ms Clwyd would serve this nation well if she campaigned on a parliamentary platform for real accountability in the NHS, a Leveson-type inquiry with teeth into this sacred cow
and its priesthood is long overdue.
But should this really be the only sacred cow
ringfenced by the coalition government when swingeing cuts are being made just about everywhere at home?
This is 2011, not 1911; no one should try to become a sacred cow
, nor will I let anyone become a sacred cow
, to subvert the Constitution, or to play tricks on the judiciary and media," The News quoted Nawaz, as saying while addressing a condolence reference organised by the South Asian Free Media Association for slain Pakistani journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad.
is a hand-coloured etching by the world-famous surrealist, and will feature in the Welsh Art Auction in Penarth's Oriel Washington Gallery.
I am from Birmingham, so my only sacred cow
is Jasper Carrot.
But there's one sacred cow
that has not yet been touched: the lavish customer loyalty trips to exotic locales.
The event occurred with little ceremony and no photographers in the small 5 1/2 by 12 foot stateroom of the President's VC-54C aircraft, nicknamed the Sacred Cow
THE RSPCA was yesterday accused of secretly killing a sacred cow
at one of Britain's most prominent Hindu temples.
But the sacred cow
as to why we defend these islands is the oil fields.