federalist : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a member of a former political party in the United States that favored a strong centralized federal government
  • n  an advocate of federalism

  • What is clear is that there's a new order in Iraq, an invigorated Arab nationalism that is increasingly pushing back against federalist-minded groups like the country's Kurds.
  • He's neither world federalist nor World Federalist.
  • All are decisions that weakened the federalist cause.
News & Articles

  • Civil rights groups accuse judge of racism
    Civil rights groups filed a complaint this week against a federal judge in Houston after she allegedly said during a lecture that some minorities are prone to violence. Judge Edith Jones, who serves on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and was a Bush-era Supreme Court frontrunner, allegedly made the comment while speaking on the death penalty to The Federalist Society at the University of ...
    June 6, 2013 - KSAT San Antonio

  • Rudy Giuliani in Reuters
    I think the court has to make that decision and then the country can deal with it. We're a federalist system of government and states can make their own decisions,said Giuliani, who leads Republicans in the polls.
  • John Roberts in OpEdNews
    ...including outlandish anti-terrorism practices, unconstitutional federal litigation, and "love (for) the Federalist Society," affirming her endorsement of an organization supporting rolling back civil liberties; defiling human rights;...
  • John McCain in Boston Globe (registration)
    I'm a federalist,McCain said. "Just as I believe that the issue of gay marriage should be decided by the states, so do I believe that we would be better off by having Roe v. Wade return to the states."

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