In today’s edition of Ask a K Hack, we’re diving into a common query: how to effectively leverage a permutation strategy against a kritik. [..]


There are plenty of things you do to improve your debate performance: hours of research, speaking drills, practice rounds, rebuttal re-dos. But you might be missing out on a key resource that is built right into the tournament: watching out-rounds after you’ve been eliminated. Today, we’re going to talk about why it’s important. We’ll also link you to some great debates, for your immediate viewing pleasure. [..]


Debate camp is an invaluable tool for furthering your skills over the summer. But why not combine that experience with interesting excursions, leadership training, networking opportunities with notable people in a range of fields, and the chance to earn over $20,000 in scholarships? In the Four Star Leadership program, you get all that and more. Better yet, it’s FREE for all admitted students! Ready to apply? Get more info and view the application below. [..]


Across the country, PFers are grumbling about the side bias in this month’s resolution. Without a doubt, the most common comment we’ve received in March is “it is too hard to be pro on this topic!” The best research seems to lean con, and it’s difficult to build a strong case. What’s a pro team to do? Not to worry—we’ve got you covered with suggestions for a tricky argument to integrate into your pro case. Ready to start picking up those affirmative-side ballots? Read on. [..]


Hey, CXers! Just in time for this weekend’s tournaments, Debate Central brings you a brand new politics disad file! We have a TPA politics disadvantage, fully formulated and ready for use in all of your negative rounds. This position brought to you by UNT Assistant Director of Debate Louie Petit. You won’t find it anywhere else! Download the whole thing below.  [..]


Building new LD cases? Make sure to download our neg topic guide to the March-April Lincoln-Douglas resolution, Resolved: Placing political conditions on humanitarian aid to foreign countries is unjust. Our analysis contains a discussion of possible negative strategies, value and criterion ideas, and all the free evidence you need to write an awesome negative case. Find it below. [..]


Lincoln-Douglas debaters, check out our new aff topic guide to the March-April LD resolution, Resolved: Placing political conditions on humanitarian aid to foreign countries is unjust. In it, you’ll find everything you need to start building an awesome affirmative case, including definitions, strategy tips, value and criterion advice, and plenty of free evidence. Get it now! [..]

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