• Your initiatives seem to punish law-abiding American citizens and enable the murderers, thugs and other lowlifes who wish to do harm to others.

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  • And we will continue to seek and find and bring to justice terrorists who are plotting to do harm to Americans and our allies.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • The practiced cool demeanor of our president will not enhance his stature or his popularity with those who plan to do harm to the United States.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Making hash of Honduras

  • The threat of an EMP attack is hardly the only reason for ensuring that ballistic missiles cannot be used to do harm to this country, but it is a particularly compelling one.

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  • The potential for social media to do harm to investors became apparent last week, after a hoax used the Associated Press Twitter account to post the supposed breaking news that President Obama had been injured due to explosions at the White House.

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  • And as I said at the beginning, in answer to your first question, al Qaeda remains the number-one threat to the United States and our allies, and that is why we focus so much attention and resources on al Qaeda, as well as other extremists who are plotting to do harm to our interests and our people.

    WHITEHOUSE: The White House

  • I'm reminded very much -- if you look at the quite similar parallel cases between Abdulmutallab and Richard Reid, obviously spaced some years apart, but each trying to do harm to a transatlantic flight using similar chemicals, decisions were made by the previous administration after looking at all of the factors involved to enter Richard Reid into our civil justice system.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • Unfortunately, our government is pursuing policies that can only encourage those who aspire to do us harm to redouble their efforts.

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  • Pelosi will make him the chairman of the defense appropriations subcommittee - from which he will be able to do immense harm to the war effort.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: The way ahead

  • They are designed not to do irreparable harm to the United States' important strategic relationship with China, but calculated to bring maximum pressure to bear for the restoration of positive trends toward economic and political liberalization in the PRC.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: "US Relations With China"

  • Now, they were treated to the spectacle of Washington politics threatening to do direct and immediate harm to their livelihoods and to the American economy.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • You can't be absolutely sure, but it seems to me the benefit of doing this is overwhelmingly good that it meets the intentions of the persons who kept papers not to embarrass themselves or do harm to others.

    NPR: Family Pauses over Woman's Posthumous Request

  • While many may want to condemn these proposed technologies as nefarious military weapons likely to do more harm than good, it would be foolish to do so without first considering the commercial applications likely to flow from these technologies.

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  • It is more likely that laws will be used not to obstruct the recording and collection of information, but to catch those who use it to do harm.

    ECONOMIST: The end of privacy

  • Nor, perhaps, to competitors who might want to use the legal system to do them harm.

    FORBES: Russians In Cyprus: It's Not About Tax It's About The Rule Of Law And Property Rights

  • He commands thousands of workers and billions of dollars in capital yet says he is powerless to stop government's plan to do Wall Street grievous harm--or even to speak out against it.

    FORBES: Criminalizing Capitalism

  • The Second Amendment was designed to ensure that individuals retained the right and means to defend themselves against any illegitimate attempt to do them harm, be it an attempt by a private outlaw or government agents violating their trust under the color of law.

    FORBES: Gun Control Tramples On The Certain Virtues Of A Heavily Armed Citizenry

  • Nobody should be compared to people that -- to the people that have sought to do the world harm through terrorism.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • We know that al Qaeda and its extremist affiliates want to, and seek to do, harm and damage in Europe and in the United States.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing on Afghanistan-Pakistan Annual Review

  • The most important thing I am factoring in is trying to make sure that we don't do harm to Rutgers University, because we are a small slice of the pie here at this great place.

    NPR: Reaction To Rice Video Has Rutgers Reconsidering

  • It would compromise what tend to be called sources and methods, and would do harm to our national security interests.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • The prospect of waves of GIs marching home after a successful mission to build a democratic Iraq would do no harm to Mr Bush's campaign to get re-elected in November's presidential vote.

    ECONOMIST: The troublesome, vote-loving ayatollah | The

  • While the UAE's government is currently depicted as a friend and ally in the so-called war on terror, its country remains awash with Islamofascist recruiters and adherents -- people all too willing to exploit any new opportunity to do us harm.

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  • They often go from brashly demanding cures to learning that some treatments that seemed to help, like bone marrow transplants for breast cancer, turned out to do harm.

    FORBES: Patient Power

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