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I'm somewhat familiar with the Sequoia AVC case in New Jersey, from a Usenix paper by Appel et al.: We found two design flaws of the AVC Advantage which may cause inaccuracy in counting votes [... …
asked Aug 6 '18 by Fizz
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On one hand, Chuck Schumer has said he wants (in the Senate trial) to call witnesses that have not appeared before the House, namely: Bolton, Mulvaney, Michael Duffey (from OMB), and Robert Blair (an …
asked Dec 20 '19 by Fizz
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Graham said that MBS (the Crown Prince) "has to go" and and called him "crazy" and "dangerous". It looks like Graham, although a Republican, is strongly against the White House' position on this, whic …
asked Dec 4 '18 by Fizz
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I'm trying to understand exactly what the Durham investigation is looking into. It seems to be looking into allegations that the Trump campaign was illegally wiretapped or something like that: The …
asked Oct 26 '19 by Fizz
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We have a question here Why should public servants be apolitical? which informs us that in Westminster-inspired systems, the career civil service employees can't even tweet their political opinions wi …
asked Oct 10 '19 by Fizz
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In relation to another question of mine (and the comments it triggered), what rules does Congress have for closed-door meetings in committees, particularly with respect to the participation of other C …
asked Oct 23 '19 by Fizz
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From Wikipedia's page on Office of Personnel Management data breach : In June 2015, the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced that it had been the target of a data breach ta …
asked Aug 16 '18 by Fizz
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The threat of (more) US tariffs on EU cars has been making the news again today: President Donald Trump said Tuesday night that the U.S. would slap a 25 percent tariff on cars coming from the Euro …
asked Aug 22 '18 by Fizz
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It's been mentioned in many news pieces about Yang's novel use of campaign funds that the US FEC cannot currently rule on it because it doesn't have quorum. So, why doesn't the FEC have quorum? It is …
asked Sep 17 '19 by Fizz
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Only a few days ago the Washington Post gave Schiff "four pinocchios" for his statements regarding his early contacts with the whistleblower. Interestingly, this sentence was part of the WaPo conclusi …
asked Oct 7 '19 by Fizz
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This is fundamentally the same question as another one recently asked here, but unlike that (quickly closed) formulation I won't try to [pre]provide any counter-arguments to the Democrats' recent dema …
asked Apr 15 '19 by Fizz
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Trump has a penchant for disparaging his political opponents with labels like "crooked Hillary", "sleepy Joe Biden" and so forth. Recently Trump called Michael Bloomberg "little", in relation to Bloo …
asked Nov 9 '19 by Fizz
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The BBC writes As the testimony was due to begin, Mr Trump suggested Col Vindman was a "Never Trumper witness" in a tweet. But there's no evidence mentioned in support of that statement in that …
asked Oct 30 '19 by Fizz
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Wikipedia notes: Chief Justice John Roberts authored the unanimous opinion. McDonnell's conviction was vacated on the grounds that the meaning of "official act" does not include merely setting up …
asked Nov 6 '19 by Fizz
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Rand Paul is one of the few (I think) high-level Republicans who publically approved of Trump's decision to withdraw from Syria. (Even Mitch McConnell attacked it and reminded that "A bipartisan super …
asked Oct 20 '19 by Fizz

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