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For questions about democracy, a system of government in many countries involving citizens voting, as opposed to dictatorships and other forms of government such as republicanism, where the people only have indirect authority through the ceding of power to elected representatives.

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Fact checking is neither easy nor instantaneous. The time taken to fact-check even a simple statement and do it thoroughly is measured in hours, not minutes. For example, let's take one of Trump's m …
answered Jul 24 '18 by DJClayworth
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It is very normal that candidates require a significant number of signatures before they can become a candidate, and sometimes a monetary deposit which is refunded if you get a certain percentage of t …
answered Dec 27 '12 by DJClayworth
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There is a fundamental misunderstand of equality and discrimination implicit in the question. Equality does not mean all people are treated the same - it means they are all treated the same when they …
answered May 7 '13 by DJClayworth
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Payroll taxes rose by 2% as part of the fiscal cliff deal, which was passed only two days ago, so it's unsurprising that you didn't get much advance notice, whatever state you are in. On the other han …
answered Jan 3 '13 by DJClayworth