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Is Religion Right or Wrong?

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Normerican

The first round of the debate is for placing your stand and putting forth your foundational argument. No rebbuttals will take place in the first round.In the second round the debaters can put forth new arguments and rebuttals can take place. Sources have to be provided for all statistical reports, surveys, etc.also videos can be posted through YouTube for evidences, interviews,etc. All religious text, if qouted, have to end with the name of the book, the chapter, and the verse.The third and the...

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Death penalty and its legalisation.

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Kathmandoom

The death penalty is the ultimate denial of human rights. It is the premeditated and cold-blooded killing of a human being by the state in the name of justice. It violates the right to life. It is the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment. There can never be any justification for torture or for cruel treatment. Death penalty should not be legalized as it is a sentence that doesn't give a chance for the person to change his or her ways. It is a dead end that does nothing but instill fe...

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is reservation for lower casts good

rahu
mattyalby

i am finding the answer for debate plss answer...

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drug should be legal

rit
mattyalby

I think drugs should be legalized because some people get really stressed and some drugs relieve that stress. Drugs also relieve pain, so some drugs if they are legalized could be used for medical purposes. So in my opinion drugs should be legalized as long as they are in an area that is suitable, and where they cannot harm others. People who disagree, just take a look at the people who smoke tobacco. Tobacco is if not a more harmful drug than a drug such as marijuana. Tobacco can't even be used...

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should all teenagers have mobile phone

rit
mattyalby

I will argue that teens should indeed have cell phones, because of these reasons: 1. Emergencies and safety. I believe this is the biggest reason. Teens must need cell phones so they can call the police if for example someone try to kill them or something. They will also need it if a accident happens, especially teens, because most teen begins driving. So a teen should have a cell phone for safety, if a accident happens, or for life threating emergencies. Just these 3 reaso...

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