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What power do minority parties have in state legislatures?

He's not particularly correct, no. Party Affiliation matters more in some states than in others but by and large the United States' system of representation is one of individual representatives. ...
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Why there is no political party or movement that implements Elon Musk ideas (e.g. about Universal High Income)?

Although many answers here have scorned on the idea from a practical perspective, to more directly answer if this is like a new thing... it's not. It somewhat reminds me of the 'superabundance ...
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Was Haider's party ever excluded from (or shunned by) European Parliament groups?

Fieschi (2000) discusses this somewhat ancient history: In the June 1999 elections the French National Front (Front National) and the Austrian Freedom Party (Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs) each ...
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Why there is no political party or movement that implements Elon Musk ideas (e.g. about Universal High Income)?

The answer is pretty simple. No one has implemented his ideas, first and foremost, because the technology that he is talking about continues to not exist. And, secondarily, because it is unclear what ...
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What power do minority parties have in state legislatures?

Well, it varies state by state, depends on how much of a minority the minority party is sitting at and it varies by subject: Just as an example, a number of states require supermajorities to increase ...
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Why there is no political party or movement that implements Elon Musk ideas (e.g. about Universal High Income)?

As best I can tell from this under-developed concept, UHI is a version of the Star Trek economy, where replicators, transporters, and holodecks are universally available to provide for human needs and ...
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Why there is no political party or movement that implements Elon Musk ideas (e.g. about Universal High Income)?

‘There are also concerns about whether governments will be able to afford both UBI and a generous welfare state. As Dr Luke Martinelli noted quite succinctly in Bath University’s report for the ...
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Why there is no political party or movement that implements Elon Musk ideas (e.g. about Universal High Income)?

Elon Musk has no political credibility. He used to have some, when he was known for Tesla cars and SpaceX rockets, but his management of Twitter has destroyed his credibility. Among the more obvious ...
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Why has Alpine County in California become so Democratic in the last few presidential elections?

Alpine County went from being virtually uninhabited, as of 1930, to having two growing ski resorts in recent years (with the biggest shift between 1970 and 1980). The success of these ski resorts, and ...
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Was Haider's party ever excluded from (or shunned by) European Parliament groups?

Partial answer with some preliminary research but I think the FPÖ was not a member of any political group in the European parliament during Haider's time. First, the ID group was only founded in 2019 ...
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