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 on: Today at 10:49:57 am 
Started by Orser67 - Last post by Alpha
I'd say between 25-30. I think there's a lot working against them (not just gerrymandering, but also a general hubris within the party about it's direction) but enough that they can earn a majority of seats.

 on: Today at 10:48:43 am 
Started by NHI - Last post by DKrol
Great work. Really very good. Not that I expect anything less from an NHI TL!

 on: Today at 10:44:17 am 
Started by L.D. Smith - Last post by DavidB.

 on: Today at 10:40:53 am 
Started by DPKdebator - Last post by muon2
What is holding me back is figuring out all the counties that the highways I have traveled go through. Ouch!

The tool http://mob-rule.com/gmap-dd takes a route between destinations and uses Google Maps to plot it with overlaid counties. Moving the cursor shows which counties the route transects. The analysis button generates the list in text.

 on: Today at 10:38:04 am 
Started by Goldwater - Last post by Representative OG1J
No objection.

But yes, I find the tipped minimum wage to be pointless and that if often leaves tipped workers behind. Employers are supposed to make up the difference, but it doesn't always happen. Then too many tipped workers fall under the poverty line as a result.

All workers deserve a lot better and I believe that the elimination of the tipped minimum wage is a good start.

 on: Today at 10:36:52 am 
Started by mathstatman - Last post by mathstatman
Can one of the moderators move this please? I don't know how.

 on: Today at 10:34:38 am 
Started by DC Al Fine - Last post by Fremont Assemblyman RFayette
Have you by chance read The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel or Cold Case Christianity by J Warner Wallace, and if so, what do you think of their approaches?  I recently read both and found them fantastic reads and really solid defenses of the faith, but I knew virtually nothing about early New Testament history and dating prior to reading them, so I'm curious what you thought hoc them since you have more expertise in those areas.

 on: Today at 10:30:01 am 
Started by Franzl - Last post by rbk
I honestly think a minority government would be more likely than a Jamaica coalition, and I don't think the former is very likely at all

 on: Today at 10:30:00 am 
Started by Arch - Last post by Devout Centrist
oh no, she is a minority.  Story is dead now.  What's next on the recreational outrage menu?  Oh Trump rode a golf cart!
Lol, oh you. What an original hot take!

 on: Today at 10:28:49 am 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by Blair
I saw a comparison of the YouGov polling in April, and now, and Labour's surge was something like 15% up with C2DE voters- which explains how we got from 24-35%.

I am very skeptical of the argument about social class; namely because in London the areas that still deliever big thumping majorities for Labour are the seats that have well more poor people; they just tend to be ethnic minorities as well

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