These goals come into conflict when some students are constantly disruptive; the policy wonk
must preach patience to the father who wants the class disrupter out.
Estelle Morris complained about being done in by the wonks
in the Number 10 policy unit, intent on badgering her into accepting a dilution of the comprehensive system and top-up fees.
I was reminded of this the other day as I listened to an exasperated liberal policy wonk
snapping at a reporter who had picked up on some of the Bush Administration's rhetoric.
I DON'T know why Grayson is surprised to finally twig that his mum is a demented wonk
These divisions extend far beyond the hack havens of political campaigns and consulting firms and the wonk
ghettos of think tanks on Dupont Circle.
In a recent wonk
entry, Klein does his usual bit about lies -- damn lies -- and Republicans.
Maggie Thatcher's old speech-writer and policy wonk
, Robin Harris, sticks in the stiletto repeatedly.
The first of Evers's two deputies is Leslye Arsht, a Republican education policy wonk
who served as deputy press secretary under Ronald Reagan and then in the Department of Education under George H.
The book is sometimes as unwieldy as its title, crammed with information aimed at pleasing virtually everyone from expert to novice, of use to both the first-time investor and the experienced policy wonk
Newt's as big a nerd as Willy is a wonk
, and the fact that they can both speak for three hours without taking a breath does not a leader make.
A character worthy, perhaps, of a TV newsmagazine segment (Leuchter was, in fact, profiled on ``PrimeTime Live'' and was originally considered by Morris for his last compilation of eccentric obsessives, ``Fast, Cheap and Out of Control''), Leuchter is an execution wonk
who made a big mistake.