The US should adopt a carbon tax

tejretics
lannan13

This is for the final round of Famous's Tournament, and the first round of Bsh1's Tournament. "Carbon tax" refers to "a tax levied on the carbon content of fuels." Lannan should start arguing in Round 1 and waive the final round (posting merely "no round as agreed")....

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Updated 5 Years Ago

You choose the topic

AribtraryMoniker
tejretics

I want to have fun debate, let's not take things too seriously. Whoever accepts can offer three possible topics and I'll choose the one I like best. No rules, just don't be a dick....

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Updated 5 Years Ago

March Beginners Tournament: Animal Rights

tejretics
Skepticalone

IntroductionThis debate is a direct challenge to @Skepticalone as a part of @Bsh1's March Official Beginner's Tournament. Thanks to @Skepticalone for agreeing with me on the topic. Rules

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Updated 7 Years Ago

Are self harm and suicide immoral?

tomlangford
tejretics

A user called Lannan13 posted two polls under the title of "Is self harm morally justifiable?" and "Is suicide Ever Morally Justifiable?". Personally I think it's ridiculous and offensive to even consider this but, hey. I'm nothing if not open to changing my views. So I'd like to see firstly if anyone agrees with him and secondly if they can actually defend their views....

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Updated 7 Years Ago

Armed Force War: United States vs Any Country

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Jingle_Bombs

This is an armed force war debate, in which any country of your choice fights my nation (the United States) in a war. Weapons of mass destruction are not allowed. All firepower is judged solely from www.globalfirepower.com. When you decide to accept this debate and choose your country, you must provide the PPP GDP of the country (this alone from Wikipedia), the defense budget, the oil reserves and all other data according the the Global Firepower website. Increase of military budget is accepted....

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Updated 7 Years Ago

Animal Rights

tejretics
Ra1n

This is the Animal Rights debate. It lasts 3 hours per round, with 3 rounds. Each argument can have a maximum of 10,000 characters. The topic is animal rights, which I strongly support. Animal rights is hereby defined as: the idea that all non-human sentient animals are entitled to the possession of their own lives, and deserve proper welfare. In this debate's definitions (though the definition might be slightly inaccurate), animal rights is inclusive of animal welfare, and therefore animal ri...

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Updated 7 Years Ago

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