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"Good faith" refers to the effort to ask an honest, answerable question, instead of trying to make a political point.

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How to be partisan on Politics.stackexchange Here's a typical partisan answer: Barack Obama is corrupt and gives money to his union cronies. It happened [ here ] (partisanSite). This is bad bad …
answered Jun 14 '17 by lazarusL
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I was reading this meta article and came across the idea of assuming good faith. It is mentioned in the podcast body: So I think as long as everyone is operating from a place of assuming good in …
asked Oct 9 by lazarusL
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How to deal with Dog Whistles Are you sure it's a "dog whistle?" If there's not an easily understood charitable explanation, it's just bigotry and violates the code of conduct. If it's not a real d …
answered Oct 10 by lazarusL