Examples of soapbox in a Sentence
some readers don't appreciate that she sometimes uses her book blog as a soapbox for her political views
Recent Examples of soapbox from the Web
Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the race at 10:30 a.m. People of all ages are invited to race their zucchini cars down the 20 foot track in this double elimination soapbox derby style contest.
Like a quick-sketch artist, Deevy creates character right before our eyes — no expounding, no clunky exposition, not a soapbox in sight, just people, caught in a moment in time by the dilemma of love.
But there is little argument expected on one crucial point: the next radical effort to overhaul health care in America will be coming to a soapbox near you from the left -- and soon.
No person as reserved as Parker takes to the soapbox without purpose.
In service of its brand, the Austrian conglomerate has underwritten lifestyle activities including cliff diving, air racing and surfing competitions, bridge tournaments, soapbox derbies and visual art projects.
But in that moment, Conley realized his huge contract came with a soapbox.
Still, the last reason driving Mr. de Blasio to the soapbox may be the most telling: Railing at dead white hateful males is lots more fun than doing the hard work required to improve city life for New Yorkers.
That’s a popular soapbox moment for him with NFL quarterback.
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