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See the opposing argument here. Old Christmas is dead, but hold your tears and don’t mourn quite yet. The New Christmas is worthy of all your joy and praises, but more importantly, your money. The Old Christmas feelings of cherishing what you have and rejoicing in what you can giveContinue Reading

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See this argument’s counterpoint here. The death penalty is an ancient relic of an outdated criminal justice system, and it should be nationally eliminated. There are many reasons for this, including the economic, moral, and political. To begin, one should consider the economics of the death penalty. According to theContinue Reading

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View the counterpoint here. Consider the current political system. Anyone not cynical about the lack of willingness within Congress to work together and work constructively to solve problems has not seen the news in years. The current attitude toward politics is disappointment, quickly approaching anger. To gain a full appreciationContinue Reading

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Concordian debates, part I: Two student political bloggers debate American intervention in Syria See the opposing argument here. As talk of a Syrian intervention increases, Americans seem increasingly exhausted, tired of war, tired of looking out for the world, tired of getting tangled in other states affairs, and tired ofContinue Reading