Even so, AEI is mostly a bystander as Republicans fight among themselves to squelch the Tea Party grassroots.
Attempting to squelch political speech by calling it hate speech only makes Israel look weaker.
Yes, the party wants to squelch cultural expressions that threaten its own continuity and survival.
Today's tools can overthrow dictators, squelch guerrilla groups, and elect the first African-American president.
In attempting to squelch the protests, government forces killed six people on March 18 and more four days later.
All dat hangin' seemed to squelch a heap o' lousy goin's-on.
I'd just love to let it all squelch on, and I adore the smell!
I don't think that you can discover that Douglas ever talked of going to Virginia to "squelch" out that idea there.
You get rid of Thomas and squelch that law case, and I'll keep mum.
I mean to squelch free impulse, which is commonly iniquitous.
1620s, "to fall, drop, or stomp on something (soft) with crushing force," possibly imitative of sound made. The figurative sense of "suppress completely" is first recorded 1864.