Online:7 Years Ago Name:Kindra Pring
Updated:8 Years Ago Gender:Female
Joined:8 Years Ago Birthday:October 17, 1990
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Ideology:Socialist Education:Some College
Party:Green Party Ethnicity:White
Relationship:Single Income:Less than $25,000
Interested:in Women Occupation:Student
Looking:Friendship, Networking Religion:Other
About Me:I'm interested in psychology and human sciences. I want to understand people.
Activities:Student government, advocacy (LGBT, Autism, Education), music/vocals, Internet nerdism.
Beliefs:Opportunity is a Right. Education begets Opportunity. Therefore Education is a Right.
Books:Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Comfortably Numb, Clockwork Orange
Movies:Clockwork Orange, Princess and the Frog, The Dark Knight, Across the Universe, Toy Story (1-3), Wall-E
Music:The Beatles, Rihanna, Daughtry, Rodney Atkins, Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Sports Teams:Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Lakers
TV Shows:Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, House, That 70's Show, Glee
Windows Live:intellectualpringle@hotmail.com
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College:
American River College, Undergraduate Class of 2012
Sacramento, California, United States
High School:
Choices Charter, Class of 2008
Carmichael, California, United States

We Already Have Marriage Equality Without Legal Same-Sex Marriage

MasturDbtor
darceem

It is equal, because the law applies equally. Under the law sexual orientation does not matter. What matters is that marriage is limited to 2 people of age who are not family and who are the opposite sex of each other. No state has ever required that both spouses be heterosexual, just that they are the opposite sex. There is no law against a gay man getting married to a lesbian. This is equal application of the law, hence it is already marriage equality....

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Nullification: Winning States Rights Guarantees Freedom from Tyranny

PeterO
darceem

I propose to use all 5 rounds to allow adequate discussion & opportunity to make our points clearly. Round 1: Pro resolution (below) Con Challenge Rd. 2: Pro Argument Con Counter RD 3 Pro Argue Counter Con Argument Rd 4 Pro Counter Con Argue Counter Rd 5 Summary & Conclusion Sum. & Concl. Nullification: The Individual States have no choice but to Exercise their Right under the provision of the 10th Amendment to Nullify all Laws Invoked by the Federal Government which are not speci...

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Gay Marriage Is Beneficial To Everyone

darceem
imabench

Full Resolved: 'Gay marriage' as a legal, state union is beneficial to all people in the country, economically and socioreligiously. Definition: Gay marriage is the legal, state union between two consenting parties of the same gender. I will be arguing based on three points: Gay marriage encourages stimulation of marriage and family related markets - Though gay people may have weddings, many, seeing the lack of legal recognition, are discouraged from holding weddings and because of law...

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The Institution of Marriage Should Be Abolished

darceem
soapbox_hero

Resolution ==== Legal marriage is an institution that promotes discrimination on the basis of relationship status and creates an unreasonable expectation for people to marry whether they are fit and ready for it or not, and creates many opportunities for religion and opinion to dominate and discriminate against relationships for inadequate reasons. History ==== Currently there is a battle over legal gay marriage in the United States. Homosexual couples are fighting for the right to be leg...

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Updated 8 Years Ago

The Two-Party System Doesn't Work

darceem
negrodamus

Resolution ==== The predominant two-party system in the United States does not work, and has led to a chaotic governmental gap that results in a severe lack of results on all three branches of our federal government and in local governments, easily skewed media perceptions which promote uninformed and voting and Duverger's Law, and an increase in cognitive biases in voters and politicians (namely Confirmation Bias, Bandwagon Effect, Herd and Ingroup biases, and Selective Perception). Claims...

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