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Most people would benefit from avoiding pornography

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toxicmaniac

I just yesterday presented an opinion and found quick and complete opposition to my view. I would like to invite this person to a formal debate on this, username: toxicmaniac I hope they will accept Please read the language carefully Debate is over the statement: Most people would benefit from avoiding pornography I use the word "most" and not "all" people "pornography" could be defined differently by different people. We will need to establish what we both accept as meaning "porno...

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Agnosticism is the most logical perspective on religion and spirituality

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Lupricona

Agnosticism is the most logical perspective on religion and spirituality The counter to this would be that either a form of theism or atheism is more logical round 1 accept round 2 independent arguments (no rebuttals) round 3 Rebuttals...

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Polling stations during Elections should be conducted over a longer period than a single day

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positivitypatrol

There are a number of inconveniences when it comes to voting in American elections, but foremost it is getting to the polling station on the particular day. In our computerized society I see no reason for there to be single election days besides for the drama it creates and TV dollars it generates. I propose that polling during elections be at least a week's worth of time A few assumptions to be kept in mind 1. all results will be held till the end of polling 2. systems in place to ensu...

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The 2nd Amendment protects the right of the People to maintain a Militia, not gun ownership

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Kitk34

The 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution is probably the most debated of all amendments (along with the 1st Amendment, free speech). The finalized amendment as ratified on March 1st, 1792 reads as follows: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." It is my interpretation that: The 2nd Amendment protects the right of the People to maintain a militia, not gun ownership rights of...

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Could America care less about the royal couple's new addition? I think so

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We didnt win the American Revolution for nothin'!...

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