It's an opinion.
Thomas also wrote a concurring opinion.
Your opinion is how you feel, and what you think about things.
Kennedy then turned his concurrence into an opinion for the Court.
The court’s opinion was written by Anthony M.
…opinion as a product of social interaction and communication.
One reason, undoubtedly, is the utter tyranny of opinion polls.
Opinion leadership is not confined to prominent figures in public life.
Can he have an opinion which is an opinion about nothing?
“The biggest learning for me is my opinion is merely my opinion,” says Cathy.
Indeed, some political scientists have regarded public opinion as equivalent to the national will.
These can be a manifestation of bias revealing – or appearing to reveal – a personal opinion or prejudice.
Amana Fontanella-Khan, opinion editor, New York Amana Fontanella-Khan is the opinion editor.
“They tried to spin an opinion in court of public opinion in a way that would break her down and make her go away.”
We like comments that are your view of another’s opinion and are constructive – whether or not you agree with that opinion.
“We can give them our advice and our opinion, and by doing so, we will reinforce their view that our opinion matters more than theirs.
Finally, and unexpectedly, in 1964, the Supreme Court reversed, without opinion, a Florida conviction against Grove, and issued, on the same day, an opinion in a case called Jacobellis v.
Clifford's ex-husband and the man in the sketch," the 9th Circuit panel's opinion said, characterizing Trump's tweet as "an opinion" and noting that "statements of opinion cannot form the basis of a defamation claim."
From the same it proceedeth, that men give different names, to one and the same thing, from the difference of their own passions: As they that approve a private opinion, call it Opinion; but they that mislike it, Haeresie: and yet haeresie signifies no more than private opinion; but has onely a greater tincture of choler.
In his eponymous treatise on public opinion published in 1922, the American editorialist Walter Lippmann qualified his observation that democracies tend to make a mystery out of public opinion with the declaration that “there have been skilled organizers of opinion who understood the mystery well enough to create majorities on election day.”
- a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty
Example: my opinion differs from yours
- a message expressing a belief about something; the expression of a belief that is held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof
Example: his opinions appeared frequently on the editorial page
- a belief or sentiment shared by most people; the voice of the people
Example: he asked for a poll of public opinion
- the legal document stating the reasons for a judicial decision
Example: opinions are usually written by a single judge
- the reason for a court's judgment (as opposed to the decision itself)
- a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
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In his eponymous treatise on public opinion published in 1922 the American editorialist Walter Lippmann qualified his observation that democracies tend to make a mystery out of public opinion with the declaration that there have been skilled organizers of opinion who understood the mystery well enough to create majorities on election day