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 +*'''PRO: [[Argument: Occupy protesters have common message to right capitalism| Occupy protesters have common message to right capitalism]]''' [http://www.economist.com/blogs/dailychart/2011/10/occupy-protests "Cross continents." The Economist. Oct 17th 2011]:[[Image:Occupy Wall Street.jpg|right|180px]]"they do share a common demand: someone, somewhere, should do something to right the problems of global capitalism as currently constituted. One reason why these protests are so interesting is that their targets, those cheerleaders for globalisation, capitalism and free markets, tend to agree that the system needs fixing. This makes the 'occupy' protests, as they have come to be known in the English-speaking world, hard to argue against."
-*'''PRO: [[Argument: If sex images can be banned for youths, so can violence| If sex images can be banned for youths, so can violence]]''' [http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/oped/2011/jul/02/TDOPIN02-albanese-supreme-court-got-it-wrong-on-vi-ar-1146804/ Jay Albanese. ¨Albanese: Supreme Court got it wrong on violent video games.¨ Richmond Times Dispatch. July 2nd, 2011]: "Legal definitions and prosecutions for obscene materials in the United States always have been directed at depictions of sexual conduct. Violence has never been part of that definition, and the Supreme Court continues in its belief that depictions of sex are harmful, but depictions of violence are not. [...]Objectively more harmful than gratuitous sex are depictions of gratuitous violence. A significant social concern arises when sex is depicted in a way that involves force against an unwilling victim, against children, or even when unjustified violence without sex is depicted. A similar case can be made for depictions of violence resulting from hate, due to race, ethnicity or sexual orientation."+*'''CON: Occupy protests lack common/coherent message.''' [http://www.studlife.com/forum/staff-editorials/2011/10/17/occupy-protests-need-to-focus-on-coherent-demands/ "Occupy protests need to focus on coherent demands." Student Life Staff Editorial. October 17th, 2011]: "The protests have been linked and compared to the tea party movement, due to their similar grassroots nature and extreme ideological stances. However, the tea party does have a centralized message, which the “Occupy” protests lack.[[Image:Occupy Protest 2.jpg|right|180px]] The tea party is about reducing taxes and cutting spending to make government smaller. Regardless of whether or not you agree with the tea party’s stances, it is possible to know what the entire group and all of its smaller subsidiaries are about. We believe the “Occupy” protests need to do the same thing. Define and convey their message correctly, and stick to reasonable demands that resonate with the rest of the American public. Most of the country has been seriously hurt by the financial crisis, and most of the American public wants to focus on creating a more equal and fair country. There is a lot of room for the “Occupy” protests to grow, but without a consistent message, most Americans will be turned off."
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-*'''CON: Violent video games are protected by the first amendment.''' Justice Scalia wrote in June 2011 "opinion of the court" against the California ban on the sale of video games to minors: "Like the protected books, plays and movies that preceded them, video games communicate ideas — and even social messages — through many familiar literary devices (such as characters, dialogue, plot and music) and through features distinctive to the medium (such as the player’s interaction with the virtual world). That suffices to confer First Amendment protection. Under our Consti-tution, “esthetic and moral judgments about art and lit-erature . . . are for the individual to make, not for the Government to decree, even with the mandate or approvalof a majority.” United States v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Inc., 529 U. S. 803, 818 (2000).+
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- +*'''[[Debate: Does Obama deserve a second term?| Does Obama deserve a second term?]]''' - October 10th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: UN recognition of Palestinian statehood| UN recognition of Palestinian statehood]]''' - September 26th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: American Jobs Act| American Jobs Act]]''' - September 17th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Keystone XL US-Canada oil pipeline| Keystone XL US-Canada oil pipeline]]''' - September 5th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Teacher-student friendships on Facebook| Teacher-student friendships on Facebook]]''' - September 2nd, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Law school| Law school]]''' - August 29th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Balanced budget amendment to US Constitution| Balanced budget amendment]]''' - August 9th, 2011.
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 +*'''[[Debate: Obama executive order to raise the debt ceiling| Obama executive order to raise the debt ceiling]]''' - August 1st, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Pornography| Pornography]]''' - July 27th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Legality of coca production and consumption| Legality of coca production and consumption]]''' - July 20th, 2011.
 +*'''[[Debate: Ban on sale of violent video games to minors| Ban on sale of violent video games to minors]]''' - July 8th, 2011.[[Image:Map of the world.jpg|right|240px]]
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-*'''[[Debate: Home plate collision rule in baseball| Home plate collision rule in baseball]]''' - June 1, 2011.[[Image:Map of the world.jpg|right|250px]]+*'''[[Debate: Home plate collision rule in baseball| Home plate collision rule in baseball]]''' - June 1, 2011.
*'''[[Debate: Child beauty pageants| Child beauty pageants]]''' - May 28th, 2011. *'''[[Debate: Child beauty pageants| Child beauty pageants]]''' - May 28th, 2011.
*'''[[Debate: Trans fat ban| Trans fat ban]]''' - May 19th, 2011. *'''[[Debate: Trans fat ban| Trans fat ban]]''' - May 19th, 2011.
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*'''[[Debate: Osama Bin Laden Sea Burial| Osama Bin Laden Sea Burial]]''' - May 3rd, 2011. *'''[[Debate: Osama Bin Laden Sea Burial| Osama Bin Laden Sea Burial]]''' - May 3rd, 2011.
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-*'''[[Debate: Seattle deep-bore tunnel| Seattle deep-bore tunnel]]''' - April 13th, 2011.  
-*'''[[Debate: Should the US arm Libyan rebels?| Should the US arm Libyan rebels?]]''' - April 2nd, 2011.  
-*'''[[Debate: High-speed rail| High-speed rail]]''' - March 30th, 2011. 
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-*'''[[Debate: No-fly zone over Libya| No-fly zone over Libya]]''' - March 15th, 2011. 
-*'''[[Debate: Military recruiting in public schools| Military recruiting in public schools]]''' - March 11th, 2011. 
-*'''[[Debate: Bullfighting| Bullfighting]]''' - March 8th, 2011. 
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-*'''[[Debate: Affirmative action]]''' Michigan appeals court strikes down Michigan's 2006 constitutional amendment that banned affirmative action in college admissions, employment and contracting.[http://www.freep.com/article/20110702/NEWS06/107020403/Appeals-court-panel-strikes-down-Michigan-s-affirmative-action-ban]+*'''[[Climate change and clean energy portal]]''' Probably one of Debatepedia's best resources, this portal is always timely.
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-*'''[[Debate: Gay marriage]]''' Gay marriage was legalized in New York state on June 24th, 2011. It became the sixth and largest state in the United States to do so, supporting the case for gay marriage and reinvigorating the debate on the subject.[http://www.seattlepi.com/national/politico/article/Gay-marriage-backers-hope-for-national-boost-from-1440303.php]+*'''[[Debate: UN recognition of Palestinian statehood]]''' is front and center in international news, as the Palestinian Authority pursues a high-profile UN vote in favor of statehood. A majority of UN member states appear to support their push. Yet, the US has promised to veto the move in the Security Council in support of its ally Israel.
-*'''[[Debate: Corn ethanol]]:''' [http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/25/opinion/25Rattner.html?_r=1&hp Steven Rattner. "The Great Corn Con." NYTimes. June 24th, 2011][[Image:Newstand.jpg|right|200px]] +*'''[[Debate: American Jobs Act]]''' US President Obama submitted the American Jobs Act to Congress at a critical time in the nation's economic history. Debatepedia looks at the bill and the arguments from its supporters and detractors.
-*'''[[Debate: Natural gas]]:''' [http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/26/us/26gas.html?_r=1&hp "Insiders sound an alarm amid a natural gas rush." New York Times. June 25th, 2011]+
-*'''[[Debate: Puerto Rico statehood in America| Puerto Rico statehood in America]]''' [http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/politics/jan-june11/puertorico2_06-14.html "Puerto Rico Gov. Fortuno on Obama Visit, Ongoing Statehood Debate." PBS.org. June 14th, 2011]+
-*'''[[Debate: Pre-selecting sex of children| Pre-selecting sex of children]]''' [http://ieet.org/index.php/IEET/more/dahl20110517 "FDA Bans Gender Selection Procedure." Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. May 11th, 2011]+
-*'''[[Debate: War on Drugs| War on Drugs]], [[Debate: Legalization of Marijuana| Legalization of Marijuana]], [[Debate: Legalization of drugs| Legalization of drugs]].''' The executive summary of the Global Commission on Drug Policy report announced in early June: “The global war on drugs has failed,” reigniting the debate on whether the "war" should be abandoned or dramatically changed.[http://homertribune.com/2011/06/drug-war-failing/] +
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  • PRO: Occupy protesters have common message to right capitalism "Cross continents." The Economist. Oct 17th 2011:
    "they do share a common demand: someone, somewhere, should do something to right the problems of global capitalism as currently constituted. One reason why these protests are so interesting is that their targets, those cheerleaders for globalisation, capitalism and free markets, tend to agree that the system needs fixing. This makes the 'occupy' protests, as they have come to be known in the English-speaking world, hard to argue against."
  • CON: Occupy protests lack common/coherent message. "Occupy protests need to focus on coherent demands." Student Life Staff Editorial. October 17th, 2011: "The protests have been linked and compared to the tea party movement, due to their similar grassroots nature and extreme ideological stances. However, the tea party does have a centralized message, which the “Occupy” protests lack.
    The tea party is about reducing taxes and cutting spending to make government smaller. Regardless of whether or not you agree with the tea party’s stances, it is possible to know what the entire group and all of its smaller subsidiaries are about. We believe the “Occupy” protests need to do the same thing. Define and convey their message correctly, and stick to reasonable demands that resonate with the rest of the American public. Most of the country has been seriously hurt by the financial crisis, and most of the American public wants to focus on creating a more equal and fair country. There is a lot of room for the “Occupy” protests to grow, but without a consistent message, most Americans will be turned off."
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