The federalists and anti-federalists have different arguments when answering this question. Each one of you give your best two arguments in 4-7 sentences then interact with arguments on the opposite side.Pull from Federalists 10, 51, and Brutus I
Youtibe is a website that millions of people have access to each each day. Younger people even have access to things that may not be appropriate for people of their age and on Youtube nothing is restricted from being put on (except the obvious: murder etc.).
There is a reason that there are age limits on certain films, and on Youtube people have access to several cameo sections from several films that have age restrictions so what is the point of putting the ratings on if people can just go on this website and repeatedly watch inappropriate things.
All of this information leads to the ultimate question: Should there be an age limit on Youtube?
It turns out I may be suffering from Generation-X syndrome.
Basically that means that I have to deal with baby boomers in real life and Generation-Y on CD ;)
Capital punishment is the sentence of death, or practice of execution, handed down as punishment for a criminal offence. It can only be used by a state, after a proper legal trial. The United Nations in 2008 adopted a resolution (62/149) calling for a moratorium on the use of the death penalty, however fifty-eight countries, including the United States and China, still exercise the death penalty. As such, the topic remains highly controversial. Abolitionist groups and international organizations argue that it is cruel and inhumane, while proponents claim that it is an effective and necessary deterrent for the most heinous of crimes.
And all nations will hate you because you are my followers. But everyone who endures to the end will be saved.(Matthew 10:22)And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.(Matthew 24:14)Don't be fooled by what they say. For that day will not come until there is a great rebellion against God.(2 Thessalonians 2:3)A prophecy against Damascus: "See, Damascus will no longer be likened unto a city but will become a heap of ruins.(Isaiah 17:1)
Do the Brits not need the oil and gas production from the North Sea
Since 1970 the industry has paid almost £330 billion in production tax, the equivalent of around three years of NHS bills for England in today’s money.The tax rate on oil and gas production of 40 per cent is double that paid by other UK industries.Over 280,000 jobs in the UK continue to be supported by oil and gas production.The UK oil and gas supply chain spans the length and breadth of the country, servicing both domestic activities and exporting almost £12 billion of goods and services to other basins around the world.Climate Change Leftist are making billions on oil and gas production. Say it ain't so.
I decided to compile a Music box.
I thought it would be nice if after a round of heated debate one could come here and listen to a song or two to unwind before heading back to wherever ones reality takes them.
Please feel free to add your favourites .
Please post the song title and a link to the song only.
Please , no debating.
ATTN. CD admin.
Please freeze point accumalation in this debate after first post from any participant.
"Because it seems inseparable from the social idea and we do not believe that there could ever exist a state with lasting inner health if it is not built on internal social justice, and so we have joined forces with this knowledge.""Why We Are Anti-Semites," August 15, 1920 speech in Munich at the Hofbräuhaus. Translated from Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, 16. Jahrg., 4. H. (Oct., 1968), pp. 390-420. Edited by Carolyn
U.S. budget deficit tripled this year to $3.3 trillion, by far the
highest ever. The U.S. economy shrank at a 31.7 percent annual rate in
the second quarter, by far the worst ever. The trade deficit is at its
highest level in 12 years. Consumer confidence is at its lowest level in
six years. Unemployment claims, which had never topped 700,000 in a
week before March, have topped 700,000 every week since March. Farm
bankruptcies are rising, even though government payments to farmers are
at an all-time high. Homicides are rising in America’s cities after
decades of decline, while a series of police killings of unarmed Black
Americans has triggered anguished protests and civil unrest. The West
Coast is on fire, and 2020 may turn out to be the hottest year in
recorded history. America’s reputation abroad is the worst it’s been
since the Pew Research Center began doing polling.Oh, by the way.. 200,000 Americans are dead because of a botched response to the pandemic ..Should Trump be re-elected?excon
One time, in math class, the teacher was really pissed at us and started yelling, "DO YOU EVEN KNOW BASIC MATH? DO YOU KNOW ADDITION? WHAT'S 2 + 2? COREY, WHAT'S 2 + 2?"and poor Corey wasn't paying attention. So I leaned over and whispered, "Seven." and he blurted out, "SEVEN" and I have never laughed so hard in my life.
I think most dermatologists or experts (at least those on the social media platform) are in agreement that sunscreen is vital, not only in terms of protecting the skin from UV-rays, but some also claim it is serves as an anti-aging agent, since sun exposure is the cause of 80% of aging in our skin.Then there are other doctors and influencers that claim sun exposure is good for the skin. Not the summer-sun though, but if you live in the north, you're probably not using sun screen in the fall or the winter, right? Some doctors think this is not only "not dangerous" but it is actually healthy. Their view on sunscreen is that it not only protects us from the suns damaging rays, but it also "protects" us from the GOOD things the sun offers our bodies.What do you think? Sunscreen in the winter? Good? Bad?
Drama is something that helps to entertain people. People can also entertain themselves by performing it when receiving a buzz or something across those lines.
It also assists self-confidence and enables those who would not have before had the ability to speak to be able to do such a thing. Speaking in front of an audience itself is extremely useful. Many people will need to be able to speak in presentations and at work when they are older. To assist them, should schools make drama compulsory?
Some people, however, do not want to perform in anything that has anything to do with the stage? Do they need lessons at school for confidence boosters?
All of the discussion comes down to the ultimate question shown above.
So please, have your say.