He never ceased from his activities as a propagandist
, and was always scheduled long in advance for lectures to workingmen's organizations.
He was an adventurous chevalier of business who gave up an agent's contract in return for a right to become a roving propagandist
He felt for the moment a sort of spiritual zeal, the zeal of the propagandist
He confounded causes with effects more than was excusable; the most distinguished propagandists
with impulsive bomb throwers; assumed organisation where in the nature of things it could not exist; spoke of the social revolutionary party one moment as of a perfectly disciplined army, where the word of chiefs was supreme, and at another as if it had been the loosest association of desperate brigands that ever camped in a mountain gorge.
He was knighted in 1918 for services as an Allied propagandist
in the United States.
Among them are Charles Colson, former Nixon hatchetman and Watergate figure; Richard John Neuhaus, religious right propagandist
and former Lutheran minister turned Catholic priest; Richard Land, a prominent figure in the fundamentalist takeover of the Southern Baptist Convention; New York Cardinal John O'Connor; televangelist and activist Pat Robertson; Mary Ann Glendon, Harvard law professor; Os Guinness, the brains behind the "Williamsburg Charter" and the seriously flawed public-school curriculum "Living with Our Deepest Differences"; William Bentley Ball, an attorney long identified with the political aims of the Catholic church; Michael Novak of the American Enterprise Institute; Robert Destro, a Reagan appointee to the U.
Washington, June 26 ( ANI ): Russell Brand has accused Fox News of being a "fanatical terrorist propagandist
organization" and has said that the network is more dangerous than ISIS.
The hapless propagandist
who produced the image has been ordered to write a public self-criticism to take the heat off the ruling party.
This side of Hadrian's Wall, such a search is less productive, that is if you recognise Cameron (a consummate propagandist
without the remotest chance of delivering the radical changes in economic thought global warming absolutely demands) is the Tory's Blair, and that the Liberal Democrats are still looking over everyone else's shoulder, coming up with such reactionary novelties as the part-privatisation of the Post Office.
But why should he or another paid propagandist
be given a tree pass?
By what name was the World War II propagandist
William Joyce better known?
The Anatomy of Power: Texas and the Religious Right in 2006" examines the Religious Right's control over the Republican Party of Texas and includes chapters on well-heeled voucher advocate James Leininger, "Christian nation" propagandist
David Barton and the Texas Restoration Project, an effort to lure conservative churches into partisan politics.