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  • Date: 4/28/17 3:04 PM
  • Number: 101872
  • Recommendations: 1
I'm presuming this allows men who have been excluded from winning prize money in tournaments sponsored by the ladies professional golfing association to enter?

No. These laws would allow trans women to enter tournaments
  • Date: 4/28/17 10:14 AM
  • Number: 101855
  • Recommendations: 6
The Charlotte law was simply saying you cannot discriminate.

Actually, it wasn't - which is why these types of gender issues are so thorny, and why precedent relating to race is not as helpful.

The Charlotte law (and
  • Date: 4/28/17 9:24 AM
  • Number: 101849
  • Recommendations: 5
Fake news?

Alternative facts?

Do these ring a bell?

Yes - they are terms that were primarily used to describe a specific phenomenon in the 2016 election, namely news stories that were written purely as works of
  • Date: 4/27/17 3:34 PM
  • Number: 101798
  • Recommendations: 3
What was I reading here about nobody wanting to live in California?

Not here - must have been a different board. There are still many people that want to live in California - but they're not building enough houses, so many of
  • Date: 4/27/17 3:32 PM
  • Number: 101797
  • Recommendations: 4
Talking jobs is what got 45 elected, and it's really all people care about. The rest is just noise to a vast number. Even the immigration thing seems to be mostly about jobs ("they're taking American jobs!").

  • Date: 4/27/17 9:49 AM
  • Number: 101781
  • Recommendations: 21
The last year in the above election was 30 years ago, the first was almost 40 years ago. You can't keep bringing up what happened in the past elections when talking about the electorate in general.

It's certainly relevant to
  • Date: 4/27/17 9:35 AM
  • Number: 101779
  • Recommendations: 5
Don't jettison it. Just don't use up all your mic time yammering about it.

Oh, I agree - to a point. But although we've talked about these issues in binary terms, very few of them really are.

For example, you
  • Date: 4/27/17 9:19 AM
  • Number: 101775
  • Recommendations: 4
Hillary voters were in the majority.

True - but that wasn't the only race. The Democrats lost the House popular vote. The Democrats lost the gubernatorial popular vote. Depending on how you account for the fact
  • Date: 4/26/17 6:25 PM
  • Number: 101756
  • Recommendations: 1
But we know that roughly half of Trump supporters are deluded by fake news and supported him because of that.

Do we know that? Could you provide the link again (I can't find your original posts discussing this)? I know that a
  • Date: 4/26/17 3:29 PM
  • Number: 101745
  • Recommendations: 0
So I figure the difference to be POC college grads.

Yes - she won POC college grads by 56 points, beating Trump 76-20%.

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