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ACA was: Re: Supreme court on Gay Marriage]

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And Plessy_v_Ferguson (1896) is generally regarded as having been decided wrongly by the supreme court, even though the vote was 7-to-1. (Just in case you
warren_d_smith31
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Jun 30

Supreme court on Gay Marriage

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AM: But if the constitution *had* explicitly mentioned gay marriage or homo-sexuality, what might it have said? It was written in 1787. Most likely if forced
warren_d_smith31
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Jun 30

Crime logic

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It has always seemed hypocritical to me that it's often against the law for a suspect to lie to law enforcement (even when not explicitly under oath), but not
edwardurl
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Jun 10

Another paradox

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A form of Simpson's Paradox applies to a number of voting methods as well. It's called the "consistency criterion"; a voting method satisfies it if, whenever
edwardurl
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Jun 9

Upcoming GOP presidential primary

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There are lots of smaller GOP organizations, like state-level organizations and caucuses, e.g. http://rlcconvention2015.com http://rlcconvention2015.com
simplulo
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May 27

Rand Paul "filibusters" Patriot Act 215 renewal

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Well, it sounded like Paul had an opportunity to genuinely filibuster the Patriot Act, but chose instead to pretend to filibuster it while actually only
warren_d_smith31
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May 21

"Why Britain's voting system is broken in 3 simple charts"

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correction: these 2 lines had the wrong final number "0": Plaid Cymru.......0.59...................3......Leanne Wood.......5.1
warren_d_smith31
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May 9
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