MMGP Background Information: Uber
The four new Ps: McCarthy established that there were four various marketing activities
of broad kinds. He called these the four Ps of marketing; product, price, place, and promotion.
These four Ps have been now la
Class 14: The Federalist Era
Washington the Administrator
Relied on Hamilton to pay off the National Debt (almost $80 million)
Bank of the United States
Split in the Cabinet
First Crises of a new Nation
Wounded: A New History of the Western Front in World War I Book Review
The book Wounded: A New History of the Western Front in World War I by Emily Mayhew
delves into a sometimes forgotten subject: treatment of wounded troops during the First World
1. A Bill to Regulate Inflation for Cost of Attendance at
The high cost of college tuition has made it increasingly hard for students to get a
post-secondary education. The increase in cost of attendance is putting a de
Empirically, the United States of America has depended upon its ability to take drastic
measures in time of war to safeguard its continued existence. This was evident in the
Internment of Japanese Americans and it is evident today in the form
Item 4 Affirmative
Secularism is a principle that involves two basic propositions. The first is the strict separation of the state
from religious institutions. The second is that people of different religions and beliefs are equal before
the law. Seculari
Bill # 5 Affirmative:
The subsidies for oil and gas investment in the United States has been a contentious
policy issue for decades. Eliminating subsidies for producers of oil and gas could
increase government revenues by billions of dollars each year. Mo
Federal and state governments have a legitimate interest in knowing whether cohorts of
students are making appropriate progress as they go through school. Districts, schools
and teachers all have a responsibility to measure students learning fre
The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing
anything. Every nation is connected as a same world; therefore, we have a moral commitment
supporting those who need help or cant defend themse
Item 1 Negative
Government has always been separate from secondary education issues. Increasing
college costs is not an issue for the government to solve.
Government is not to Blame for High College Costs. According to the New York
Times in 2015, some of
Item 11 Affirmative
Most families need childcare. Childcare is expensive and licensed center-based care is unaffordable for
families of poor to modest means. There is broad public support for more government spending on
childcare as long as that spending
Bill # 14 Negative:
Congress, the supposed Derogatory Language mentioned in this bill simply cannot be
prohibited whether it is under the protection of the first amendment or the simple
perception of spoken tongue.
Initially, the First Amendment to the Un
If you were a terrorist and a bomb was your goal, how would you go about getting one?
Regardless of what the author of this legislation may suggest, there is no market for
actual nuclear bombs.
Primarily because, you cannot bet on acquiring an e
Bill # 14 Affirmative:
Whenever our society and our legal system have accepted limitations on the seemingly
unqualified mandate of the First Amendment that there shall be no laws abridging
freedom of speech and press, it has been because of some perceived
What is terrorist activity?
Would the families of interpreters be admitted?
How about government contractors?
What is a large amount of terrorist activity?
Would the list include France due to the number of terrorist attacks in France?
What do y
Bill # 6 Affirmative
In his farewell address, George Washington warned of the dangers of entangling
alliances. While it is not always true that if you keep your nose out of trouble, no trouble
will come to you, it certainly helps if you dont get involved
A rapist is a criminal and should be tried in line with international criminal law. A
rapist devalues humanity, devalues womanhood and creates an atmosphere of
insecurity for all humans.
The Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal (ICT, 1
2. A Bill to Outlaw Safe Spaces on Higher Learning Campuses to Protect
and Uphold the 1st Amendment to the Constitution
The First mendment to the United States Constitution is the part of the Bill
of Rights that expressly prohibits the United States Congr
The United States protects its nuclear weapons with barriers, guards, surveillance
cameras, motion sensors, and background checks on personnel. Several other nuclear
powersthough not alltake similar precautions. Yet the threat of Nuclear atta
Congresspeople, a politician who is true to his morals must deliver on the promises he
had made during his campaign. However, this seldom happens in our political sphere.
Perhaps the name of this bill is evident of an undelivered promise to the
The impulse to impose exorbitant mandatory minimums is understandable. It seems like
a way to demand that the justice system take rape seriously, that it will ensure
consistency in a system that too often allows bias and privilege to tilt res
Item 9 Affirmative
During is his term in the office, President Bush built a worldwide coalition against terrorism. More than
80 countries suffered losses on September 11; 136 countries have offered a diverse range of military
assistance; 46 multilateral o
Congresspeople, this bill needs to pass because school funding must not be determined
by standardized testing. These budget cuts apply pressure on school districts to cut out
on free or reduced-price lunch and face the challenge of achievemen
Item 11 Negative
Childcare is not a way to promote right to live. If the government were to provide most expenses for the
kids, then the parents jobs would be made minimal and soon everyone would rely on the government
for a better living. Shouldnt Parent
Bill #13 Affirmative:
Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, who had been convicted of felonies seven times and
deported five times, most recently in 2009, committed the sickening, horrific murder of
32-year-old Kate Steinle, in San Francisco, earlier this year.
Perhaps similar to how the yellow cab was surpassed by Uber, we must come to terms
with the losses and limitations of USPS and must embrace its privatization like several
other G7 countries have.
The U.S. Postal Service is at risk of defaulti
Congresspeople, we do face a threat of ISIS, it is an active terrorist organization
operating at their own discretion. That threat is now drastic in the form of military
drones. That is because American forces leading the anti-ISIL coalition
Bill # 6 Negative:
In 2015, the U.S. spent $610 billion on the military, making its defense budget the
largest in the world by a wide margin. By fellow senator is mistaken. We are not
spending $650 Billion on NATO. We are spending it on our defense budget
Item 9 Negative
The Iranians will not take any U.S. action lying down. Sanctioning the IRGC will backfire. They may not act
quickly or in the open, but there is a danger of an escalating conflict.
According to a report by Reuters, it could strengthen the