a set of policies or issues to be addressed or pursued by an individual or group; also, a set of underlying motives for political policy
The interest group had an obvious political agenda.
Now the technology Bo used to further his political agenda may be helping to thwart some of his own ambitions.
“The idea that anyone would suggest Komen had a political agenda is absurd,” Handel told The Daily Beast.
The accusation that the report is peddling a "political agenda" is correct.
To this conservative Republican, there was no political agenda at work in Cincinnati.
The economy will and should be at the top of the political agenda, and the job numbers offer plenty of fodder to both candidates.
This decision is about pretending Charles is impartial while he continues to lobby in favour of his own political agenda.
Since the tragedy, gun control has moved to the top of the political agenda for the first time in years.
But in a nasty drought like that in Texas or California, water climbs to the top of the political agenda.
The political agenda of the report is to end Israel's occupation of the West Bank in order for a Palestinian state to be created.
Neither Martin nor Singhal said they felt any sense of an anti-Western political agenda.