Vowed to impose economic sanctions.
Expelled Iranian diplomats from the United Kingdom.
Called for military action against Iran.
Invited striking public-sector workers to storm the Iranian embassy.
“I know that the court of public opinion is going to formulate its own opinion.”
“Here we go again.”
“I just don’t get why everyone is picking on me.”
“I don't want to get into, you know, being pinned down on some things”
A travel ban for top Syrian government officials
Trade in consumer goods
Transactions with Syria’s central bank
Syrian government assets in other Arab countries
Royal Bank of Scotland
Bank of America
Lending to customers it knew would be unlikely to pay back loans
Betting against mortgage debt it was selling to its customers
Giving unnecessarily large bonuses to executives
Lying to shareholders about its financial health
New Year's Eve
Michael Jordan's birthday
George Marshall, in 1948
John Foster Dulles, in 1955
Henry Kissinger, in 1974
Alexander Haig, in 1982
A surge of American students studying abroad.
The separation of Belgium into Flanders and Wallonia.
The breakup of the euro zone.
A late-career renaissance for Roberto Benigni.
“Where can I get an abortion?”
“Where can I buy a condom?”
“Where can I find Viagra?”
“Do you love me?”
The funds will not require congressional approval
The funds will be taken from savings in lowered defense spending
The funds will require Congress to raise taxes
The funds will be donated by private foundations
Teaching calculus at Cambridge
Teaching economics at the L.S.E.
Teaching Anglo-Saxon literature at Oxford
Making replica swords at Renaissance fairs