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Common Sense with Bari Weiss β€’ 1307 implied HN points β€’ 07 Mar 24
  1. An activist group in California is paying public high schoolers to learn about social and racial justice, funded by taxpayers, causing controversy
  2. The Free Press is hosting live debates as an alternative to the traditional presidential debates, with the upcoming topic being whether America should close its borders
  3. The movie industry hopes 'Dune: Part Two' will revive Hollywood, but the film's success at the box office doesn't necessarily mean it will bring in a new era of actors with the same impact as previous stars
The Discourse Lounge β€’ 257 HN points β€’ 14 Feb 23
  1. 95% of Bay Area Cities lost zoning authority, allowing for more flexible residential construction rules.
  2. Bay Area cities need to have their housing elements checked on specific deadlines to avoid zoning restrictions being lifted.
  3. The Builder's Remedy eliminates discretionary subjective approval processes, allowing for more streamlined approval based on objective standards.
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Not Drinking Poison β€’ 117 implied HN points β€’ 03 Mar 23
  1. The post discusses a US natural wine fair organized by California winemaker Brent Mayeaux and fellow winemakers Subject to Change.
  2. The winemaker Brent Mayeaux is from New Orleans and started Stagiaire Wine in California after working in various regions like New Zealand, South Australia, Jura, and Auvergne.
  3. The post is for paid subscribers only, with an option to subscribe or sign in if already a paid subscriber.