This week’s topics of debate include customer service in hipster coffee shops, retributive justice, Kirstjen Nielsen’s time as DHS head, Israel’s status as a Jewish state, Florida’s abortion bill, England’s difficulty with Huawei, the conflict between India and Pakistan, and the future of the French language.
This week’s topics include Israel’s proposed annexation of the West Bank, the Novichok poisonings, recent happenings in the U.S. and Israeli presidential races, the Federal Reserve, Snapchat’s growth plan, the USMCA, superbugs, Trump’s tax returns, the possibility of China/E.U. cooperation, Uber and safety concerns, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, and Venezuela’s political turmoil.
This OPP brief isn’t against the Negative value of freedom, per se, because I don’t know of any debater running that value. This brief is, however, against the concept of unbridled freedom that many Neg debaters embrace. The key arguments in this brief come from two great thinkers named Thomas Hobbes and John Nash.
This week’s topics include Arctic drilling, Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, Israeli/Palestinian tensions, Brexit developments, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ relationship with her constituents, the likelihood of Joe Biden’s presidential run, Erdogan’s loss in Ankara, e-cigarettes, the first-ever successful organ transplant between HIV-positive patients, Georgia’s heartbeat bill, Big Ag, the anti-vaccine movement, civil rights in the Philippines, and the comedian winning Ukraine’s presidential race .
This week’s topics of debate include the responsibilities of developed countries towards refugees, the economic practices of developing nations, Facebook’s evolving standards, artificial intelligence in medicine, the Green New Deal, hemp legalization, the NBA’s referees, and the longevity of the gig economy.