“Idaho Lawmaker Shares ‘Last Chance’ Idea to Elect Romney,” at the Idaho statesman.
In Canning he found, or rather projected, “a genius, almost a universal one, an orator, a wit, a poet, a statesman.”
As TAASA sees it, the article in the statesman was much ado about nothing.
And yet her call for a plebiscite smacks as much of political despair than a statesman's conviction.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai can continue down the path of corruption—or he can step up and become a statesman.
I learned there to value him as a friend and to honor him as a statesman.
If we send a lawyer and statesman to remonstrate, he is driven out.
Marshall was as profound a statesman as he was a great jurist.
Red Eagle, the Shawnee chief, was a statesman as well as a warrior.
But the statesman cannot create or mould a social order at will.