What are issues?

Some articles on issues:

Fulbert Of Chartres - Writings - Letters
... He also wrote to fellow churchmen on a variety of liturgical issues including, the appointment of Bishops, excommunication, and obedience ... His letters also include correspondence about the mundane issues of everyday life such as thanking people for medicine and setting up meetings ... These letters provide insight into a variety of issues in the late tenth and early eleventh century France ...
Tom Strong - Collected Editions
... series been collected into individual volumes Tom Strong Book One, issues 1-7 (hardcover ISBN 1-56389-654-0, paperback ISBN 1-84023-228-5) Tom Strong Book Two, issues 8-14 (hardcover ISBN 1-84023-456-3 ...
Ex Parte McCardle - Issues
... Two issues were raised by this case Whether the Supreme Court had jurisdiction to hear the case, and if so, whether McCardle's imprisonment violated his Fifth Amendment Due Process rights ...
Victorian Trades Hall Council - History - Issues
... Victorian Trades Hall president Kevin Bracken sparked outrage on 20 October 2010 when he told Jon Faine's ABC talk-back program the 911 attacks on the World Trade Center were not the result of terrorist activity ... He said the story was a conspiracy that "didn't stand up" to scientific scrutiny ...
Tim Pawlenty - Governorship - Reelection, 2006
... He espoused conservative stands on issues ... But conservatives criticized him on funding issues, in particular two pieces of legislation for stadiums for the Gophers and Minnesota Twins, and bond ...

Famous quotes containing the word issues:

    Your toddler will be “good” if he feels like doing what you happen to want him to do and does not happen to feel like doing anything you would dislike. With a little cleverness you can organize life as a whole, and issues in particular, so that you both want the same thing most of the time.
    Penelope Leach (20th century)

    Cynicism formulates issues clearly, but only to dismiss them.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    The hard truth is that what may be acceptable in elite culture may not be acceptable in mass culture, that tastes which pose only innocent ethical issues as the property of a minority become corrupting when they become more established. Taste is context, and the context has changed.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)