I ask this question because of the number of questions which could (and should, I think) be considered off-topic, because the crux of the question is not skepticism. This question about statistics is one example. This question about physics is another.
In both cases the question was motivated by skepticism, but in both cases the skeptical elements of the question could have been removed (Bem's precognition research in one case, and creationism in the other), and the crux of the question would not be altered. In one case it would still be a comparison of methods of statistical analysis, and in the other case it would still be a question about physics.
That is a very different situation to, say, questioning the existence of ghosts, or questioning the benefits of a homeopathic 'treatment'. In those cases the facts are non-existent or highly dubious. It's not possible to remove the dubious elements of those questions without removing the question.
If you're skeptical of a claim, is that enough for the question to be considered on topic for this site?