Resolved: In East Africa, the United States federal government should prioritize its counterterrorism efforts over its humanitarian assistance. New — Our file now includes ready-to-deploy scenarios and formatted page breaks that prevent evidence bleeding.Read More
Resolved: A just government ought to prioritize civil liberties over national security (Introduction and Affirmative)
All relevant files Introduction The NSDA Lincoln-Douglas resolution addresses one of the most important questions of our time – should we prioritize national security or civil liberties? It’s a topic we’ve been debating since September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and it is a topic that we will continue to debate as long as the global…Read More
US Law should make it illegal to publish classified information concerning the intelligence activities of the United States.
Background The NCFL Public Forum resolution asks the question of whether or not it should be illegal to publish information related to the intelligence activities of the US. In a more simple manner, it asks the question of whether or not newspapers, including modern electronic content providers, should be able to publish classified US government…Read More
Resolved: A just government ought to prioritize civil liberties over national security. Related — Terrorism Files Related — Case Files Related — Case Negs Related — KsRead More
Introduction There are really two questions that this resolution asks – Is the two-state solution desirable? Should the US no longer pressure Israel to work toward it? These are separate questions in the sense that both the two-state solution may be desirable and that it may be undesirable for the US to push Israel to…Read More
Marie Dzuris [A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Marie Dzuris has been involved in speech and debate for over 40 years, both as a competitor and a coach. She debated and participated in individual speech events in both high school and college. Marie spent most of my career teaching and coaching in high school…Read More