Released: Filed Under: Stoa Lincoln-Douglas
When I kept up to date with the Kavanaugh confirmation, I didn’t even think he would lay a finger on this resolution. But low and behold, he did enter by means of the following math equation: “privacy violation = good thing.” We’ll examine the violation and its impact to the resolution in this brief.
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As a native Coloradan senior with almost six years of experience, Thomas has been in the top 8 competitor positions well over 50 times, winning numerous awards in both speech and debate. Out of more than 1800 competitors nationwide, he has consistently presided in the top 2% of speechranks listings. When he’s not working on speech and debate, you can find him studying Christian theology, composing music, drinking smooth coffee, or belting out lines from theater productions.