To wrap up our free evidence series, we have one more generic argument — this file, by Cross Examination Debate Association Champion Derek Ziegler, outlines another core controversy of this year’s topic: Federal vs. State action.
In keeping with our promise to post more free evidence at 100 “Likes” on Facebook, we have a new file to post! Today’s evidence packet, written by University of Texas at Dallas’ Director of Debate Scott Herndon, is a spending disadvantage — you can find the file below:
Hi, debaters! We didn’t forget about the Cross-Examination Topic just because we’ve been spending so much time on Lincoln-Douglas and Public Forum. Our debate expert, assistant director of debate at North Texas Louie Petit, has written you a high speed rail affirmative and a negative file.
Hey Debaters! Debate Central just wrapped up our first workshop of 2012! As part of our workshop series, we distributed a comprehensive topic file for Lincoln-Douglas. For the first time, we’re making our workshop resources available to YOU!
The National Center for Policy Analysis and Debate Central are proud to announce the 2012 Young Patriots Essay Contest!
The topic of this year’s essay contest is: “What is the proper role of the government in insuring people against major social risks?”
A large part of part of Debate Central’s mission is bringing you current, in-depth information directly from experts. This year, we’re proud to release our economic analysis of the topic, “Message to Debaters on the Economics of the 2012-2013 Debate Topic.” This brief paper, written just for you by transportation and urban growth expert Randal O’Toole of the Cato Institute, is meant for debaters to use as a research resource, background paper, and comprehensive study of this year’s cross-examination topic: