List of political catchphrases
The following is a list of political catchphrases, that is, distinctive statements uttered by political figures that have gone on to become well known.Catchphrases may originate as political slogans, ...
List of political slogans
The following is a list of notable 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st-century political slogans.
Doug McClelland
Douglas (Doug) McClelland, AC (born 5 August 1926) was elected to the Australian Senate as a member of the Australian Labor Party at the 1961 election, representing New South Wales.McClelland was bor...
An Irish solution to an Irish problem
In Irish political discourse, "an Irish solution to an Irish problem" is any official response to a controversial issue which is timid, half-baked, or expedient, which is an unsatisfactory compromise,...
Inquilab Zindabad
Inquilab Zindabad (Hindustani: इंक़िलाब ज़िन्दाबाद , اِنقلاب زِنده باد ) is a phrase which translates to "Long Live the Revolution!" Its first use by a revolutionary was in 1929 when Bhagat Singh shou...
Turkeys voting for Christmas
Turkeys voting for Christmas is an English idiom used as a metaphor or simile (in the construct "like turkeys voting for Christmas") in reference to an apparently suicidal ("death-wish") choice, espe...
Thousand points of light
The phrase "a thousand points of light" was popularized by US president George H. W. Bush, and later formed the name of a private, non-profit organization launched by Bush to support volunteerism.
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Kite-flying (politics)
Kite-flying, or to fly a kite, is a term used in politics in certain English-speaking countries to describe a tactic, whereby a politician, usually through the media and often by way of an intentional...
Pauline Hanson
Pauline Lee Hanson (née Seccombe, formerly Zagorski; born 27 May 1954) is an Australian politician and current leader of One Nation, a far right political party with a populist, conservative and anti-...
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Hindustan Zindabad
Hindustan Zindabad (Hindi: हिन्दुस्तान ज़िन्दाबाद, Urdu: ہندوستان زِندہ باد‎ Lit. Long live Hindustan) is a Hindustani phrase and battle cry most commonly used in India in speeches and ...
Paul Keating
Paul John Keating (born 18 January 1944) is an Australian politician who was the 24th Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Labor Party from 1991 to 1996. Having left school at 14, Keating...
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Agile management
Agile management or agile project management is an iterative and incremental method of managing the design and build activities for engineering, information technology, and new product or service deve...
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Merry Crisis
"Merry Crisis" or "Merry Crisis and a Happy New Fear" is a slogan that appeared as graffiti in Athens during the 2008 Civil Unrest in Greece. Earlier, a picture of such graffiti appeared on the cover ...
Left-wing conspiracy
See also Right-wing conspiracy.Left-wing conspiracy refers to an alleged network of political liberals who seek to discredit conservative politics.By definition, the left-wing conspiracy theory center...
French terms in Canadian politics
In Canada, the political system is based on Westminster parliamentarism and has evolved with local traditions. One of the particularities of the Canadian experience of the British constitutional monar...
French terms in Canadian politics - Wikipedia
Canada's New Government
"Canada's New Government" is a branding term or political slogan used by the Government of Canada during the first twenty months of the Harper ministry.Stephen Harper, leader of the Conservative Party...
Asymmetric federalism
Asymmetric federalism or asymmetrical federalism is found in a federation or confederation in which different constituent states possess different powers: one or more of the states has considerably mo...
Conscription if necessary, but not necessarily conscription
The Conscription Crisis of 1944 was a political and military crisis following the introduction of forced military service in Canada during World War II. It was similar to the Conscription Crisis of 19...
Conscription if necessary, but not necessarily conscription - Wikipedia
Trust, but verify
Trust, but verify is a form of advice given which recommends that while a source of information might be considered reliable, one should perform additional research to verify that such information is ...
Barton Government
The Barton Government was the first federal Executive Government of the Commonwealth of Australia. It was led by Prime Minister Sir Edmund Barton, from 1 January 1901 until 24 September 1903, whe...
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Non-apology apology
A non-apology apology is a statement that has the form of an apology but does not express the expected contrition. It is common in both politics and public relations. It most commonly entails the spea...
Communism
Communism (from Latin communis – common, universal) is a socioeconomic system structured upon the common ownership of the means of production and characterized by the absence of social classes, money,...
Raúl Alfonsín
Raúl Ricardo Alfonsín (12 March 1927 – 31 March 2009) was an Argentine lawyer, politician and statesman, who served as the President of Argentina from December 10, 1983, to July 8, 1989. Alfonsín was ...
Raúl Alfonsín - Wikipedia
Edmund Barton
Sir Edmund Barton, GCMG, KC (18 January 1849 – 7 January 1920) was an Australian politician and judge. He served as the first Prime Minister of Australia and became a founding just...
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