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Bibliography — Resolved: In order to better respond to international conflicts, the United States should significantly increase its military spending.

November 30, 2016
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Note: We have not updated this bibliography since the original research was done on this topic.  You should also consult the Essay on Blake arguments for additional citations. All PF resources, including files. Modest v. a Significant Increase Modest Increase America’s awesome military.  Written by Michael O’Hanlon and David Petraeus, this paper argues that military…

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Trump Debates

November 30, 2016
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Trump’s upset victory in the 2016 presidential election will substantially change the the salience of different topics under debate and discussion for at least the next four years.  Trump will not only forward a different set of policies than Obama, but he also has a Republican Congress that is more likely to back at least…

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Health Care Debate Bibliography

November 28, 2016
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General GOP splintered on Obamacare after Pence meeting The surgeon extracting government from medicine  Tom Price’s radically conservative vision for American health care Speed limits ahead for ending Obamacare  Governors plan very active role in Obamacare rewrite Feds fall further in debt with Obamacare insurers Any changes to Affordable Care Act will move slowly Why…

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Should Trump’s infrastructure be supported?

November 27, 2016
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Infrastructure General Trump’s infrastructure plan should start here Infrastructure is only popular without concrete details If Trump’s proposals translate into higher interest rates, banks will make a lot of money Pro America must begin building Blumenthal, Murphy can for infrastructure spending  Building infrastructure can work  Cuomo finds common ground with Trump on infrastructure Materials suppliers…

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The Electoral College Debate

November 26, 2016
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With Hillary losing the electoral college debate but winning the popular vote, there is a renewed debate on the electoral college. Since this is frequently debated in Congressional Debate and sometimes argued in Extemp, I updated our files a bit and also added to essays that take sides on the debate.  There is also a…

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Bibliography — Should the Electoral College be abolished in favor of the National Popular Vote?

November 25, 2016
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Keywords to use when researching abolish electoral college National Popular Vote Background What is the electoral college? General  Abolish the Electoral College? Here’s How Campaigning might change.  This article argues that ending the EC would substantially change how candidates campaign, making it difficult to know if Hillary would have won the popular vote if the…

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Should vouchers be utilized to support school choice?

November 24, 2016
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Previous evidence files Background School Voucher @ Wikipedia School Vouchers @ NCSL — Identifies basic history as well as pro and con arguments Trump and School Vouchers Trump’s DeVoss pick shows vouchers are at the top of his agenda Trump picks DeVoss as Education secretary  Why Trump’s education pick would face barriers for vouchers Wisconsin…

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A Debater’s Guide: The ALT-Right, Richard Spencer, The National Policy Institute, Steve Bannon, Breitbart, and the future of the Trump Administration

November 24, 2016
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Introduction You likely heard of the entities and individuals in the subject of this post possibly before the election but certainly after the election. In this post, I want to provide as much clarification as possible regarding these individuals and groups, what they mean for modern day politics, including the politics disadvantages, and care that…

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