Intimidation

The state attorney general said voters have a "constitutional right to cast their vote safely and securely, without threats or intimidation."
“Intimidation and vilification of the press is now a global phenomenon. We don’t have to look far for evidence of that,” he told the International Press Freedom Awards.
Allison Christine Johnson, 45, has been charged with malicious intimidation or harassment.
“There is fear that Mr. Trump has supporters either in this country or maybe abroad that have a motivation to harm,” said attorney Lanny Davis.
"It was pretty intimidating to have to choose the career I’m trying to pursue and do for the rest of my life versus the religion that I’m following," the student said.
Having high ambitions is not wrong and in fact, most people who are greatly successful, become so, only because they've dared to dream big. Being ambitious is not wrong, as it's the first step to success and it leads us to work towards what we want.
And yet, engaging in the dialogue that can ensue from these questions can be the very thing that we need to do in order to support the health and vitality of our relationship and to minimize the likelihood of being "broadsided" by some very unsettling revelations further down the road.
We stand with the President and other defenders of equality in urging protection of the Voting Rights Act. Let's be clear: The recent laws passed in many states to restrict voting rights are not about reducing "voter fraud." They are meant simply to erect barriers to voting for people of color.
we all start from different stages of skill and knowledge, and have different priorities and aims. We're all running different races, and to use others as a yardstick for individual success would be as fruitless as comparing how well I can construct an analogy to how fast you can eat hot dogs.
Kindness. It seems like such an easy choice. But a crazy thing happens when you drop your guard and step from behind that icy stand-offish barrier: people become comfortable around you.