SpeechGeek’s Supplemental Debate brief will contain essential background knowledge on each topic, providing you with the necessary information fast when you’re Aff or Neg.
Hate getting stuck with just one case option? No worries! The files contain multiple plan text options to suit your needs. Each plan text is accompanied by advantage/contention outlines as well as detailed links to outside research, making Nationals preparation quick and easy. On the Negative? We’ve got you covered. The briefs contains both generic and case specific disadvantages and case turns to make prepping on the negative easier. Nationals is stressful. Make prepping simple.
The SpeechGeek Topic Analysis will review each of the 22 possible Supplement Debate resolutions for the 2011 National Tournament. The brief will be delivered via email on Saturday, June 4, 2010.
Supplemental Debate Topic Resolutions
- This House believes that the US is safer after the death of Osama bin Laden
- This House would end oil subsidies in the United States
- This House would lift the debt ceiling
- This House would transition Medicare to private health care plans
- This House would withdraw troops from Afghanistan
- This House would prefer the use of tax credits rather than vouchers to preserve school choice
- This House believes that the parent who pressures least, parents best
- This House believes that the US economy is improving
- This House would use tax increases rather than spending cuts to reign in deficit spending
- This House believes the US should take a more active role in the Arab-Israeli compromise
- This House would ban fraternities and sororities on college campuses
- This House would end government support of the mortgage market
- This House believes that a college education is a good investment
- This House would ban corporal punishment in schools
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