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Is a question that depends on estimating the level of political expertise or political talent of a political leader of the past or present necessarily so opinion-based that it must be put on hold? A question like that would be at risk of being closed. Someone's level of talent or "expertise" can be a subjective thing to ask. You might be able to get away ...


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I suggest one guideline, which is used on History.SE, is questions formulated on the premise "When did you stop beating your wife?" should be disallowed. To even ask this, I must have a wife and be beating her. For example, the question "Is the reputation of Russia hurt by lying" is the same formulation. I think the principle extents to most partisan ...


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NPoV Request status-complete This question, What is the ratio of people who have lost their health insurance versus gaining insurance on the Obamacare exchanges? could support the following changes: Obama said people would be able to keep their plans: this seems unnecessary. If you are interested in the number of people who lose their previous health ...


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Stopping your own (I'm referring to generic user, notspecifically @Chad, just to be clear) partisan behavior would be a good first step. How do you do that? When you vote on a answer, think about whether that vote would be in full agreement with a hypothetical fair and honest user whose political viewpoint is 100% opposite. Indicators: If there exist ...


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