Voters have been misled by exaggeration and demonization from both sides this election season, writes Michael Medved.
The Taliban might agree with the demonization of free-press dissent, but all self-respecting Americans should kick back.
The reasons for the widespread suppression of the official Palestinian demonization of Jews and Israel are easily discernible.
But he insists that “people have grown tired” of the daily demonization.
Michael Steele and Lanny Davis are challenging their parties to stop the politics of demonization.
In 2009, Berlet authored a report titled, "Toxic to Democracy: Conspiracy Theories, demonization and Scapegoating."
Michelle Goldberg on the Republican disconnect—and the demonization of an undecided voter.
Since its demonization by Ronald Reagan, regulation has been a favorite punching bag for the right.
He strode into office on a message of hope and change, but his demonization of Bush was unprecedented in focus and ferocity.
Unreflected celebration of technocracy as the sole agent of change must be treated with the same suspicion as its demonization.
1821, "to make into a demon" (literally or figuratively), from Medieval Latin daemonizare, from Latin daemon (see demon). Greek daimonizesthai meant "to be possessed by a demon." Related: Demonized; demonizing.