Shaylea uses tariffs to argue that fair trade is needed. This opposition brief disputes this argument, specifically the argument that tariffs are beneficial. There are several cards explaining why tariffs are harmful economic policy.
Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act allows the government to spy on communications of suspected foreign terrorists without a warrant. The USA RIGHTS ACT of 2017 reforms section 702 to strengthen privacy protections and prevent the government from surveilling Americans without a warrant.
Tariffs are an example often used to illustrate how “unfair” fair trade is. Despite the claim that tariffs are harmful, the evidence shows that tariffs can have a positive impact.
The Affirmative plan increases funding to the Presidents Emergency Plan for Aids Relief. Its past success and humanitarian goals can make it sound intimidating, but don’t worry: there are plenty of good reasons to oppose this plan.
The AFF plan closes the Guantanamo detention facility center because of alleged human rights abuses. This neg brief shows that those “human rights abuses” don’t occur, and that the terror suspects are being treated fairly.