At this point, it seems clear that Ron Paul is running to unapologetically promote ideas, and he is effective in that effort.
RINOs need to be defiantly proud, aggressively centrist and unapologetically sane.
The image on the site is unapologetically blunt: three tailgating bros holding wine glasses, smiling.
For one thing, it has an unapologetically nerdy streak, but it's a discerning, highly cultivated kind of nerdom.
So if Jews are so unapologetically liberal, why the need for the Great Schlep in the first place?
“There are sexy issues tied to this pandemic,” she says unapologetically.
They are unapologetically uncool, the men in white nylon jumpsuits and the women in “artsy” drop earrings.
But his work—phantasmagoric, schizophrenic, and unapologetically sexual—flourished all the while.
“Piracy feeds a lot of people,” Ali says in the film, speaking candidly and unapologetically about his role in the operation.
Democrats can win, though, by arguing with specifics, and by touting them unapologetically.
1640s, "vindicatory," from French apologétique, from Latin apologeticus, from Greek apologetikos "defensible," from apologeisthai (see apology). Meaning "regretfully acknowledging failure" is from 1855. As a noun, "formal defense," from early 15c. Related: Apologetics (c.1753).