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24%
5 Authority Votes
Assertion made on Mar 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Relevant Topics
Politics   1 
History   1 
Experts Say
Voted to Deny on Jan 20, 2013, Explaining:
“The Big Society, like communism, looks good on
paper, but will fail in the real world because it
fails to account for basic elements of human
psychology and motivation. Asking (begging) people
to volunteer for their community is as useless as
asking them to labor for the benefit of the
proletariat.”
“The Big Society, like communism, looks good on paper, but will fail in the real world because it fails to account for basic elements of human psychology and motivation. Asking (begging) people to volunteer for their community is as useless as asking them to labor for the benefit of the proletariat.”
 
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Controversy!
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11 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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9 Endorsements , 0 Objections
Voted to Deny on Mar 14, 2011
Authority:
2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Affirm on Jun 9, 2015
Authority:
No Authority
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44%
14 Authority Votes
Assertion made on Feb 1, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Relevant Topics
Tunisia   2 
Politics   2 
History   1 
Twitter   1 
Experts Say
Voted to Deny on Mar 14, 2011
“No Comment”
 
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Voted to Deny on Feb 1, 2011, Explaining:
“It is way too early to call what happened in
Tunisia "democracy". For the moment, it can only
be called a peaceful revolution. What will follow
may look entirely different than democracy as we
like to think
it. http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2011-01-19/tunisia-shows-democracy-can-spread-without-america/”
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2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011
Authority:
No Authority
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2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Deny on Feb 5, 2011
Authority:
No Authority
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No Credentials
 

85%
21 Authority Votes
Assertion made on Jan 25, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Relevant Topics
Politics   3 
Experts Say
Voted to Affirm on Mar 14, 2011
“No Comment”
 
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Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011, Explaining:
“No & Yes. This is 2 questions... No, it's not
irreversible. However, this isn't binary; it's not
something in black & white. It's not reversible or
not. It's where do we predict the biosphere to
naturally be & how much have we affected it, and
how much can be line those up. Yes, it'll have a
significant change to our civilisation.”
Authority:
No Authority
Credentials:
3 Endorsements , 0 Objections
2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
Voted to Deny on Jan 31, 2011, Explaining:
“There are still serious doubts as to the nature of
global warming. Our latest history is just a fluke
on the scale of Earth's existence. There's
evidence that climate have been changing all the
time. Perhaps we're just observing one of the
cycles. Anyhow, conserving energy is something we
should do. Even if it's just because its humbling.”
Authority:
No Authority
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2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Affirm on Feb 1, 2011
Authority:
No Authority
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2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
 

100%
19 Authority Votes
Assertion made on Jan 25, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Relevant Topics
Politics   3 
Experts Say
Voted to Affirm on Mar 6, 2011
“No Comment”
 
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3 Endorsements , 0 Objections
Credentials:
1 Endorsements , 0 Objections
1 Endorsements , 1 Objections
Controversy!
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1 Endorsements , 0 Objections
Voted to Affirm on Mar 6, 2011, Explaining:
“My knowledge of psychology says that visual or
aural imagery and constant repetition leave a
trace on the mindset of listeners. Hearing "calls
to arms" from politicians makes it a little more
justifiable literally taking up arms oneself.”
Authority:
2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Affirm on Mar 14, 2011
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2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011
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3 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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94%
19 Authority Votes
Assertion made on Jan 24, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Relevant Topics
Politics   2 
Experts Say
Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011, Explaining:
“Many studies have been done that show social and
even economic suffering is the result of an
increasing gap between rich and ppor and a
concentration of wealth in the hands of the few.
Societies that are more egalitarian report higher
levels of happiness, health, job satisfaction,
etc.”
“Many studies have been done that show social and even economic suffering is the result of an increasing gap between rich and ppor and a concentration of wealth in the hands of the few. Societies that are more egalitarian report higher levels of happiness, health, job satisfaction, etc.”
 
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Voted to Affirm on Mar 14, 2011
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2 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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4 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Deny on Jan 27, 2011, Explaining:
“I agree with the studies, a smaller gap reports
higher levels of happiness, health, etc. However,
if wealth is more spread would entrepreneurs move
elsewhere. If so, a lack of innovation would have
a negative effect on education, economics,
etc. Until the study has been done in this
context I think the data is inconclusive. ”
Authority:
1 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011
Authority:
No Authority
Credentials:
3 Endorsements , 0 Objections
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