On balance (Discluding constitutional violations), they should be debated on a state to state basis
No, almost every social issue should be debated by the nation as a whole
I am sick of gun rights and abortion becoming talking points for parties. This is why we have states in the first place. Go to New York for an abortion if you need one. Stay in Texas if you don't.
State's rights honestly could help with the void between congressional parties and assist in building a 'bridge.'
Depends on the issue. For anything regarding federal licensing, or medical care, it should be federal and national. For individual implementation of broader policy, we should turn to the states.
I disagree; I don't particularly like that social issues are so pervasive, but the problem isn't "debate" over them. There isn't much of a debate -- at least not a promising, intellectual debate with two equally valid sides -- over whether gay people should have the same rights as straight people, or whether immigrants should be given a pathway to citizenship, or whether women should be able to control their own bodies instead of resorting to a back alley. I simply think we should solve these issues federally, with the most "small government" approach possible, and move on.
If we did that then we would still have slavery and/or segregation.