It's far from the only moment when Trump has squandered a brief era of good feelings
None of this is to suggest that a new era of good feelings
is necessarily about to dawn.
With the close of the Era of Good Feelings
, Americans would neither expect an aristocrat in the White House nor accept an uncontested election.
An era of good feelings
startlingly developed around the Lakers this week, after Kobe Bryant indicated that he was happy to be a Laker.
First, whereas the case was launched last year during the outgoing administrations of former presidents Bill Clinton and Ernesto Zedillo, we are now m the era of good feelings
between the respective leaders of the United States and Mexico.
Like the short-lived "Era of Good Feelings
," which united all political factions behind the re-election of James Monroe, a First Amendment Era of Good Feelings
unites all factions on the Rehnquist Supreme Court behind vigorous judicial protection of free speech.
Democrats say they are now enjoying a cautious era of good feelings
with the CBO.
Just as key to this era of good feelings
between CBS and its affils is the fact that the web isn't seeking a quick financial boost by seeking large-scale immediate changes to its relationship with local stations, something ABC, NBC and Fox are all doing.
By no means, however, has the Era of Good Feelings
come to Detroit.
SANTA CLARITA - The era of good feelings
between the city of Santa Clarita and the county of Los Angeles is waning.
The Era of Good Feelings
has also been an era of fashion-consciousness par excellence.
OAKLAND - The era of good feelings
, it turned out, was remarkably short.