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There's not much of a case for political bias here. Consider this question about Elizabeth Warren and the first Trump question (I voted to close the second). Now let's compare to your question Why …
answered Oct 8 by Machavity
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I was baffled by the comments and I'm glad I'm not alone The question asks for Trump's plan, which doesn't exist, even in the most generous hypothetical sense. So this "answer," based on Trump's a …
answered Jun 3 '17 by Machavity
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To put it simply: No The problem I have with "unbiased" lists of "other peoples' biases", or "what is fake news" is that there inevitably is some sort of bias that leaks in. A great example of this i …
answered Feb 23 by Machavity
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This is a common issue with LQP. Meta.SO has a great discussion on it. The graphic Shog9 made and Undo appended is perfect here My criteria for deletion on Politics is as follows Does it attempt …
answered Jun 19 by Machavity
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You would have to have a community manager migrate it at this point. Site mods have a 60 day window, same as close-migrate votes. You'd need a super compelling reason to get it moved at this point. J …
answered Apr 16 '18 by Machavity
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Originally questions gave +10 as well, but that was changed for SO (pre-SE network) in 2010 In other words, we’re rebalancing a bit to favor answers. So you're not getting more rep for answers, …
answered Mar 27 '17 by Machavity
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Our rule of thumb on SO is we don't go out of our way to touch older questions unless they're promoting new problems (i.e. an old opinion question gets a new answer). What plays in your favor here is …
answered May 2 '17 by Machavity
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Not really. Stack Overflow has a significant benefit in that it can demand all of its questions be measurably objective. That's what MCVE is. My experience around the rest of SE is that, most of the …
answered Apr 12 '18 by Machavity
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Does abortion benefit "typical" conservatives? Yes, I am aware that libertarian and most conservatives do not choose to prohibit or legalize abortion based on "profit", at least not consciousl …
answered Apr 18 '18 by Machavity
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Historical locks are a bad call here. Those are basically saying the post was made under old rules that have changed, but we keep the question around because it's interesting/useful. SO uses them the …
answered Aug 17 '18 by Machavity
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Georgia, the US state, doesn't really need a tag (the one question using it that way was about a local election). Most states don't need a tag (CA being a notable exception, since they often use their …
answered Sep 17 '18 by Machavity
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General Information Questions asking for general information (such as statistics or other static information), and not a political question, are off-topic. General information may be part of a bro …
answered Jul 13 '17 by Machavity
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Some good reading on the subject What is a "closed", “on hold”, or "duplicate" question? How do you reopen a closed question? Generally speaking, questions have to be Answerable On-Topic Object …
answered Dec 19 '17 by Machavity
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I would be careful about this. On SO we have a LOT of this and there's two problems that arise Drama about cheating.. Now, cheating is not inside the SE scope. If you're dumping your homework online …
answered Jun 3 '17 by Machavity
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Off-site Resources Taken from Stack Overflow and modified for Politics. Their version links to this Meta.SO question Questions asking us to recommend or find a book, list, or other off-site resou …
answered Jul 13 '17 by Machavity

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