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We should be able to wear Pajamas to School

dance_mi_amor
Nobody

I think that at school, we should be able to wear pajamas. My School district says that p.j's are not allowed. If the School wants us to relax and be comfortable than let us wear pajamas...

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Updated 8 Years Ago

Death Penalty

ajbala94
HeedMyFeed

First of all I would like to make my "map points" as to why I am oppose to the death penalty. 1. The cost One my argue by logic that the cost is much higher for life imprisonment because you would have to feed him everyday etc.... for the rest of their lives right. # A 2003 legislative audit in Kansas found that the estimated cost of a death penalty case was 70% more than the cost of a comparable non-death penalty case. Death penalty case costs were counted through to execution (median co...

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Updated 8 Years Ago

India is a great country, Mother of Mothers

jeevan
muskan

India is really a great nation. I has millions on people who speak thousands of languages. There are people of thousands of religion living here. Therefore, I say that India is the Mother of all Countries. The policy of "Unity in Diversity" is the real ecouragable part of India....

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Updated 8 Years Ago

Bush Lied People Died? Part II

Watchman81
Seerss

Okay, so I tried this debate once, but didn't get a good opponent. Hopefully this one will work better. Here is my opening argument. In this debate, I am arguing that President Bush did NOT lie in order to justify the United State's invasion of Iraq. Whether or not the United State's invasion of Iraq was justifiable or not is irrelevant to this debate. I am arguing against the popular belief that Bush used deception in order to justify the US' invasion of Iraq. The reason we went to war wa...

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Updated 7 Years Ago

Vigilantism is justified when the government has failed to enforce the law

dan1
tkreaper

In this round I will be debating affirmative for the following resolution: "Resolved: Vigilantism is justified when the government has failed to enforce the law." For clarification I offer the following definitions: vigilantism- "The act of a citizen who takes the law into his or her own hands by apprehending and punishing suspected criminals."; when-at any time; government-the political direction and control exercised over the actions of the members, citizens, or inhabitants of communities...

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4 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago

That the Employee Free Choice Act of 2009 serves the best interests of the American people.

kungpao
Mickeyrocks

"As we enter the new millennium, the question is not whether we should fully reject or wholeheartedly embrace globalization. Instead the question is whether the disparate benefits and impacts of globalization can be reordered so that our trade agreements and labor law policies no longer serve to primarily benefit corporations at the expense of workers and communities in the U.S. and around the globe." It is because the Employee Free Choice Act can answer the question that Kate Bronfenbrenner...

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Updated 7 Years Ago

If a rooster lays an egg on a house and there is no wind it will fall to the right

ccstate4peat
James.ticknor

I will let my opponent state their argument first....

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Updated 7 Years Ago

Resolved: On balanced, government employee labor unions have a positive impact on the United States

debaterbayne1
jingzhezhang

Whoever accepts this debate I shall let go first....

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6 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

Charter School <Vs> Traditional Schooling

Zak_Schutte
zaksachoad

i think that charter is a better way of learning compared to traditional schooling. ted will be for traditional school while i will be for the almighty charter.lmao...

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Updated 6 Years Ago

The vuvuzelas should be banned from the FIFA World Cup.

Logician
boltz93

In case anyone isn't sure what I'm talking about, check out the Wikipedia page on vuvuzelas here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vuvuzela Anyone watching a World Cup match could easily be mistaken for thinking that the crowd was made up of a swarm of bees, not humans. For people watching the game at home, this underlying buzz is simply annoying and distracting. For people watching the game in the stadium, it drowns out most of the variety of the chants, cheers and boos that make a football game...

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10 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago