Calhoun condemned it as an unconstitutional piece of regional favoritism.
He said the company hired based on skills, not favoritism or even necessarily experience.
“Favoritism toward things Catholic is good politics,” a Nixon strategist wrote in “Dividing the Democrats,” a 1971 memo to H.
Rarely has the agency been accused of political favoritism or, worse, tipping an election.
Comey feared: accusations of political interference and favoritism by a Democratic attorney general.
And travel restrictions based on favoritism and politics rather than a risk will be counterproductive."
Harline’s book is a window into the daily life of a convent where the nuns often got up to no good (wild parties, favoritism, demonic possession).
To avoid any appearance of favoritism, he embraced the metrics of polling and donations in the hope it would create an even playing field with rules accepted by all.
“It is necessary to verify if the favoritism shown by the pension funds to LSH and the Trump Organization was due to the payment of illicit commissions and bribes,” Mr.
., Jeff Bezos, are a reminder that the President’s seemingly boundless corporate favoritism is actually favoritism of a much more narrow and fickle kind.
In interviews over the course of eight months, drivers described a variety of alleged abuses, including lack of overtime pay, missing wages, intimidation, and favoritism.
Employees felt he and another Neumann pal who helped lead the group, WeWork's co-head of real estate for United States, Canada and Israel, Arash Gohari, enjoyed favoritism.
Louderback was a district judge for the northern district of California, when he was impeached in February of 1933 on charges of "favoritism in the appointment of bankruptcy receivers."
For fear of being accused of favoritism or even collusion, and in order to prevent stockpiling, they've put all of their customers on the same "allocation," or what a customer purchased in the past.
"Over time if you make the tough calls with no fudges, if you're fair and don't play favoritism, if you explain your rationale publicly and clearly, if you help soften the blow to the side that doesn't get their way … people will respect you.
In doing so, the United States, along with much of the rest of the world, showed a willingness to overlook the corruption, favoritism and violations of human rights, including the disappearance of opposition politicians, that came to characterize Mr.
Trump’s many branding deals, in which he does not have an equity stake — is part of a broad investigation by a federal prosecutor who is examining whether illicit commissions and bribes resulted in apparent favoritism by two pension funds that invested in the project.
"Workplace romances can lead to accusations of favoritism when the relationship is going well or allegations of harassment and retaliation if things sour or feelings aren't reciprocated," Kathy Gurchiek, the society's associate editor on global issues, wrote in the report.
Late last year, the inspector general requested that the Justice Department and the US Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia investigate "potential conflicts of interest and favoritism" involving Chao, but both departments declined to open an investigation, according to the report.
Last year, a Ministry of Supervision, a sort of central Government watchdog agency, was established to monitor the behavior of government officials, examine contracts with foreign companies for signs of kickbacks and payoffs and insure that state regulations are carried out diligently and without favoritism.
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Last year a Ministry of Supervision a sort of central Government watchdog agency was established to monitor the behavior of government officials examine contracts with foreign companies for signs of kickbacks and payoffs and insure that state regulations are carried out diligently and without favoritism