4 edition of As I Say found in the catalog.
November 26, 2004
by Authors OnLine Ltd.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||232|
Do As I Say (Not As I Do) audiobook, by Peter Schweizer Prominent liberals support a whole litany of policies and principles: progressive taxes, affirmative action, greater regulation of corporations, raising the inheritance tax, strict environmental regulations, children’s rights, consumer rights, and more. But do they actually live by these 3/5. Definition of do as I say, not as I do in the Idioms Dictionary. do as I say, not as I do phrase. What does do as I say, not as I do expression mean? this specific phrase first appeared in print in “Preachers say, do as I say, not as I do” (John Selden, Table-Talk: Preaching). Parents have been saying it to children ever since.
With carefully notated research the author Peter Schweizer shows how these liberals say one thing and do exactly the opposite hence the title "Do As I Say (Not as I Do)" The book /5(74). This books is a must read if you want to know the truth about what many high profile people say versus what they do. For example, one might not know that the environmentally correct Kennedys own oil companies, and put them in tax sheltered trusts, avoiding the taxes they say we don't pay enough of.
1 Corinthians 11 Worldwide English (New Testament) (WE). 11 Do as I do, for I am doing as Christ did. 2 You are doing well. You remember everything I told you. And you are doing what I taught you to do. 3 But I want you to know this. Christ is the head of every man. The husband is the head of the wife. We should be able to say, “Do as I say, and as I do.” And the kids will be able to spot in a minute the phoniness of anything less. For example, we want our children to be kind. We teach them to speak kindly to other people and about other people. Richard L. Strauss authored nine books, and served as pastor of churches in Fort Worth, TX.
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He wrote his first book, Syntactic Structures, with grants from the U.S. Army (Signal Corps), the air force (Office of Scientific Research, Air Research, and Development Command), and the Office of Naval Research. Though Chomsky says that American corporations "are just as totalitarian as Bolshevism and fascism," he apparently didn't mind taking money from them, either, because the Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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"Do as I say, not as I do" might be Schlessinger's motto—never a particularly inspiring credo, yet I am often inspired by Dr. Laura. More than once I have thought through a problem and behaved.
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