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Limit Immunity for Police? Or Protecting Rogue Officers?

The Nov/Dec, 2016 Lincoln-Douglas Debate topic is controversial: “Resolved: The United States ought to limit qualified immunity for police officers.” Lincoln-Douglas debaters should read widely on the police/citizen clashes over the last year, and consider values including, of course, justice and safety. Police working … Continue reading

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January – February 2016 LD Topic Analysis is Published!- Handgun Ban

  Check out our GIANT, complete guide to the current Lincoln-Douglas debate resolution: “Resolved: In the United States, private ownership of handguns ought to be banned.”   We can help you make your U.S. handgun ban cases your best ever, … Continue reading

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Why You Should Talk About Argument Theory With Your Debate Team

Our workshop series this season was about much more than topic preparation. Lecturers Jason Sykes (Associate Director of Debate at The Hockaday School) and Brian Lain (Director of Debate at the University of North Texas) created some innovative lessons plans … Continue reading

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Fall UIL Topic Analysis is Posted!

We’ve just posted our analysis of the fall UIL Lincoln-Douglas topic, Resolved: The Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 558 U.S. 50 (2010) ruling undermines democracy in the United States.

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March/April NFL Topic Overview

Resolved: The United States is justified in using private military firms abroad to pursue its military objectives.

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