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History professor Allan Lichtman is used to being right.
He has correctly predicted the winner of each presidential race since Ronald Reagan's reelection victory in 1984 using his "13 keys" system.
Now, Lichtman and his "13 keys" are ready to call 2020. In an interview with CNN, Lichtman was definitive in his answer: "The keys predict that Donald Trump will lose the White House this year."
Lichtman bases his prediction on a model of "13 keys" that can be answered as either true or false for any given election. The "13 keys" in his system include factors such as the economy, incumbency, social unrest and scandals, as well as the candidates' personal charisma.7 AnswersPolitics2 hours ago
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Is it any wonder Trump went apoplectic after his former press secretary appeared on Fox and said the GOP under Trump is shrinking?Favourite answer:
Trump ruined not only the country but the republican party. Smart money is distancing themselves from him. It will be extremely entertaining watching the Trumpettes trying to justify his nonsense and back him up with his inadequacies over the next three months, and then cry foul when he loses in a landslide.6 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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Agreed. Mexico is clearly the superior north american country, because they have the best tacos.31 AnswersPolitics5 days ago
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Banning comments on articles and questions. Posts in answers disappearing at record breaking pace. Why is yahoo joining other liberal tech companies in this massive effort to silence conservative speech?70 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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Kamala Harris got a pathetic 2% of the vote in the primaries. Now, Democrats think she is great, correct?Favourite answer:
At a time when Leftists are calling to defund police, Joe chose a VP who has worked her entire career to lock up people. And of course, with a straight face, LibSheep are going right along with it.
LibSheep will do what ever their masters tell them is “for the best”25 AnswersPolitics14 hours ago
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How much does Portland Council care about BLM when they've fvcked over their black female Police Chief so bad that she plans to resign today?Favourite answer:
Putting the fact that Best is the police chief of Seattle... not Portland... I do feel bad for her. She was the only sane person at the top... and that includes the Mayor AND the governor.11 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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On Saturday, Trump said he is issuing an Executive Order that would guarantee coverage of preexisting conditions for all Americans ...?
and he added that it's never been done before.
Is there really anyone in the country who doesn't know that coverage of preexisting conditions is already guaranteed under Obamacare?40 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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For mllions of elderly Americans social security is their only source of income!. P.S. no payroll tax means no more money for social security.57 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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Personally I've found the hatred is when I've identified as a Feminist. Too many people are afraid of this terminology and when I see this reaction I blame it on sexism, ie that women (in their view) shouldn't be allowed to have an opinion, especially if it changes societal views of them.
I don't share the same views as many feminists nor non feminists, I have my own opinions, but I'm capable of trying to understand other's opinions without being 'venomous' towards them. My advice, would be, if you can't find a common ground, 'agree to disagree', this is what I tell my Dad, whenever we debate on Politics, he's a Conservative (very knowledgeable) and I'm not. At least 'agreeing to disagree', ensures that you all acknowledge your differences in opinion, without telling each other to fvck off!17 AnswersGender & Women's Studies19 hours ago
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My husband and I are celebrating 25th Anniversary. But 20 years ago I had a month long affair which he never found out. Should I confess?
We had a rough patch 5 years into our marriage and that was when this indiscretion happened. I moved on. I've been wanting to confess to him but every time I tried I couldn't. And this secret is killing me.70 AnswersMarriage & Divorce2 days ago
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I kind of hope he does as it would make for a hilarious spectacle to see him lose all authority and be dragged out of the white house by special service agents. Wouldnt you agree?14 AnswersPolitics2 hours ago
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