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The United States Should Not Intervene in Syria

theHomelessPanda
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The United states should not supply, aide or intervene in the Syrian conflict in any way. For the purposes of this debate, I am referring to Government intervention, not private humanitarian aide to the refugees, etc....

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Obama Administration has recently been commenting/defending the collection of Verizon Phone Records

joannekelley
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I disagree with the Secret Data Collection because my conversations with my children and my husband are sacred. Knowing that my conversations are being heard and recorded makes me sick to my stomach. I am currently a customer of Verizon Wireless, since foreign companies own part of them and T-Mobile the government has access to ALL phone calls and that is a violation of our fourth amendment. The Patriot Act also affects all of us as students. Under the Patriot Act, the Attorney General now has t...

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Drugs should regulated and distributed by governments, not gangs.

mhop0923
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Drug enforcement officials often cite drug-related violence as a reason that drugs must be eliminated from our society, but it is actually the system of drug prohibition that causes much of the violence. Just as alcohol prohibition allowed organized crime to flourish in the 1920s, drug prohibition empowers a dangerous underground market that breeds violent crime throughout the United States and the world. The illegality of drugs has inflated the price, and thus the profit, of drugs substantially...

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South Korea should possess nuclear weapons

ellenlyoo
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I would like to define this motion and state the status quo in the first round. First, I would like to define possess as in developing and owning something (in this case, nuclear weapons) for one's own country. Nuclear weapons are powerful weapons that derive their force from nuclear reactions. As a South Korean, I would like to be talking about this motion in South Korea's perspective. North and South Korea are technically still in a war, but what"s worse, North Korea has been devel...

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