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Money shouldn't exist

CraneTechnique
Notograptus

How much money you have has nothing to do with merit or with knowing how resources should be used, It is simply a matter of convincing those who already have it to give it to you. Money is obtained through nepotism, Mass appeal, Or serving the elite, Not through merit....

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Updated 2 Years Ago

A $15 minimum wage would boost the economy

ThoughtsandThoughts
ConservativeDebating

This debate proposes that a $15 minimum wage would boost the United States' economy, Given that it is properly implemented. Proper implementation may include - but is not limited to - allowing small businesses more gradual implementation of a $15 wage. Proper implementation may also include affecting various legislation. I am looking for a worthy opponent. Please comment if interested. Round 1: Acceptance Round 2: Arguments and rebuttals Round 3: Arguments and rebuttals Round 4: Concl...

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33 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

NO MORE FORFEIT GLITCH! H

Dr.Franklin
Lynx_N

AYYY bois we back in business...

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7 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

leave the space junk where it is or not

BANS
zapshe

should we really just leave the space junk where it is OR shall we actually take action for our mess and then recycle the space junk? It's time you take over if not the world will not be what it is!...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Harvesting navel fluff will improve global economy

Lynx_N
reje

Bar recklessly discarding navel fluff, It could instead be collected, Spun and knitted into fully wearable clothes. Also, Given the fact than many animals also have navels, There's virtually no end to the amount of potentially 100 percent fully organic recyclable yarn running around out there just waiting to be harvested wherever it's found. This would of course open up to a whole variety of new job opportunities, With professions such as "navel engineer", "fluff technician", Together with e...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Poverty in the United States is self inflicted

JImBrosious
Phil-E-CheeseSteak

The vast majority of the 39. 1 million people in the United States that are unable to adequately support themselves and are living in poverty are not victims of society. Rather they live as do by personal choice and or as a consequence of making poor life decisions....

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Updated 2 Years Ago

Is Super-rich survivalism repugnant?

Hueyespy
knowledgeablePenguin

Can super-rich survivalists ever thrive without the working man? I've created an infographic: https://www. Loanable. Com/blog/survival-of-the-richest-how-the-worlds-financial-elite-are-preparing-for-armageddon And I'd be interested to hear which of these, Strategies, If any, Could work in practice in the event of armageddon...

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1 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

We should not flush Jesus down the toilet

Dr.Franklin
WisdomOfAges

you start...

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3 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

Is Income the best quality of life?

oakvilledebates
Leaning

Income is the best quality of life because without income/money we would not be able to buy house or pay bills etc. Therefore, Income is the best quality of life....

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2 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

The Post Office Should Be Privatized

Moosehax
CABAL93

An incredibly two dimensional argument against the government-run post office has been making the rounds lately, And in this debate I wish to point out the flaws with the logic of those who want to privatize/dissolve the USPS. Point 1. The USPS operates at a loss. This point is true on its face but putting any effort into researching why reveals why. Primarily, The USPS was sabotaged by Bush and a Republican Congress in 2006. Bush forced the USPS to pay out nearly the entirety of the pensi...

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Updated 2 Years Ago

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