Should schools bring back corporal punishment? YES
As more and more people have been concerned about the increasing rates of bad
discipline in schools, the topic of corporal punishment in schools has been brought up.
By definition, corporal punishment is
The leaders who, for many years past, have been at the head of the French armed
forces have set up a government.
Alleging the defeat of our armies, this government has entered into negotiations with the
enemy with a view to bringing about a cessation of h
The February Public Forum topic is focused on the question of whether or not the United
States should commit ground combat troops to the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the
Levant, also known as both ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq an
Argument: ISIL has proven to have the capability and the intent to send fighters to America to
carry out terrorist attacks. Ground troops are a viable solution to this.
Warrant: The FBI has warned officials that ISIL may be targeting them
Brown, Pamela, a
Observation (Con 2nd Speech) Pro has to prove in this debate that BANNING private
prisons is the only way to help private prisons. Why are we not allowed to just renew
them, or remodel the prisons?
Lobbying Point (to help Con) When judges incarcer
The average NFL team is worth 1.43 billion dollars. That money could be used for so many
different things, but instead, the public pays for the organization. I strongly negate this
statement: Resolved: On balance, public subsidies for professional athleti
Did you know that to fight ISIL with U.S. troops, it would take at least $210 billion? I
negate this resolution: Resolved: Committing United States ground combat troops to
fight ISIL is in the best interest of the United States.
Here are my four contentio