• The persistence of those who infringe upon the privacy of the exalted can be astonishing.


  • He did not infringe upon the policy making powers that he felt the Constitution gave Congress.

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  • No one may invoke any justifications to infringe upon human rights, nor to limit their scope.


  • Boston College has spent months arguing in federal court that turning over the archive material would infringe upon academic and journalistic freedom.

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  • The revised guidelines, internal reorganization and reforms will almost certainly infringe upon some civil liberties, including perhaps in ways we would find unacceptable in peacetime.

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  • These measures need not be intrusive, or infringe upon sovereignty.

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  • The American people have been clear that this is common sense, that it does not in any way infringe upon Second Amendment rights that this President supports and that the American people support.

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  • The NRA clearly rejected the proposed legislation so far, with Chris Cox, who heads the group's institute for legislative action, saying in a letter to the Senate that it "would unfairly infringe upon the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners" and that the group "unequivocally opposed" it.


  • Two parties who agree to be bound by the law of a foreign jurisdiction when those foreign laws do not infringe upon any fundamental liberty or important public policy of the state of Oklahoma is as innocuous and conducive to the "freedom to contract" and the liberty inherent in private property as it sounds.

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  • Meanwhile, given the potential for LOST's arbitral panels and regulatory bodies to infringe massively upon the prerogatives of the Congress to say nothing of the constitutional rights of millions of Americans it would seem only natural for myriad Senate (and, for that matter, House) committees to want to hold their own hearings about this accord.


  • Rather, the question should be: Would we forgive ourselves, and our leaders, if out of an unwillingness to infringe in any way upon civil liberties in time of war we fail to bring such tools to bear, only to discover after another horrific attack occurs that these measures would have enabled it to be prevented?

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