Drugs Debate Essays and Term Papers

  • Debate on Drugs

    The debate over drugs continues to disturb the American public. Many Americans take at face value the assumptions that drugs cause addiction, which leads to crime, and that addiction is an illness. Yet abundant evidence exits to support the view that legalizing illegal drugs can help solve the drug problem...

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  • Debate on mandatory drug testing

    mandatory drug testing session. That is, students have to be drug tested. I support the motion because such scheme protects both students and the whole society. I will put forward 2 strong reasons today about the advantages of this mandatory scheme. Firstly, it serves as a strong deterrent. Drug abuse...

      424 Words | 2 Pages   Substance abuse

  • Debate

    French-English Debate (Twitter) French-English Debate (Twitter) For this debate, I will be the ‘Oui’ side for the separation of Quebec and Canada. -@duabaig For this debate, I will be the ‘Oui’ side for the separation of Quebec and Canada. -@duabaig For this debate, I will be the ‘Non’ side...

      730 Words | 4 Pages  

  • A Debate

     Debate You are given 4 topics (plus one suggested by the group) for your debate. The topics for the 2014 debate are as follows: 1. We are all economic man (Homo Economicus) 2. Businesses have no responsibility outside of those who have ownership in the company. 3. Work can be dehumanising rather...

      708 Words | 3 Pages   Homo economicus, Debate

  • Debate

    This house believes that developing countries should ban members of political dynasties from standing for elected office ratty ryn to ty nrhgThis house believes the UK government should pay house husbands and housewives a salary 1st prop On side prop we say that for too long the legitimate choice...

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  • Debate

    THBT parents should not have the right to actively promote religion to their children (1st speaker) by Isaac Ladies and gentlemen today side proposition believes that parents should not have a right to actively promote their religion to their children. We believe actively promote means the parents directly...

      871 Words | 2 Pages   Religion, Ten Commandments, Truth, God

  • Evaluate the Evidence for and Against the Legalization of Marijuana. Where Do You Stand in the Drug Debate?

    Lesson8 Drug that leads to abuse of more harmful illicit drugs, such as cocaine and heroin. There are strikingly regular patterns in the progression of drug use from adolescence to adulthood. Because it is the most widely used illicit drug, marijuana is predictably the first illicit drug that most...

      506 Words | 2 Pages   Gateway drug theory, Substance dependence, Substance abuse

  • debate

    In criminal law, entrapment is conduct by a law enforcement agent inducing a person to commit an offense that the person would otherwise have been unlikely to commit.[1] In many jurisdictions, entrapment is a possible defense against criminal liability. Depending on the law in the jurisdiction, the...

      471 Words | 2 Pages   Entrapment, Crime, Criminal law, Legal burden of proof

  • Debate

    designed to probe the rationales, implications, and alternatives of various ideas.2 The Socratic teacher engages her students in strategic intellectual debate, forcing them to challenge the reasoning behind her purported conclusions, theirs, or the conclusions of other students. Ideally, the method facilitates...

      26679 Words | 77 Pages   Socratic method, Education theory, Critical thinking, Education

  • Debate

    Resolved: The United States should utilize enhanced interrogational techniques for the benefit of national security. Say there is a bomb that will detonate in a public area somewhere very soon. The person who planted the bomb is the only one who knows its whereabouts. That person is being held by the...

      408 Words | 1 Pages   September 11 attacks

  • debate

    GROUP DEBATE (Scroll down for Readings) Instructions The debate is a group assessment, so all members of the group receive the same mark out of 15. Each group will be allowed twelve minutes. If there are two members in a group, each may speak for up to six minutes; if three members, four minutes...

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  • Debate

    -Que le parece nuestra ciudad? -Me gusta mucho aunque aun no he visto todo -Que ha visitado usted ya? -La cathedral, la plaza Mayor y el Palacio Real. -Fue usted ayer al Museo del Prado? -Si, despues de comer. It era domingo, habia muchos turistas y tuve que estar mas de media hora en la cola...

      427 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Debate

    Turn: Using offshore wind increases the amount of blackouts Wald, October 10, 2008 (Matthew, reporter at The New York Times, where he has been writing about energy topics for 30 years,”Shift to solar and wind power could threaten U.S. electrical grid,” New York Times, http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/10/business/worldbusiness/10iht-10grid...

      697 Words | 2 Pages   Wind power, Electrical grid, Electricity generation, Electric power transmission

  • Debate

    Hello, and welcome to the debate, Social Networking sites are harmful. Yes they are harmful. I think Social Networking sites are very harmful from cyber bullying. It is absolutely atrocious the amount of people who get cyber bullied. We now live in a digital age, when being wired in seems as normal...

      2160 Words | 6 Pages   Cyberbullying, Internet, Social networking service, Web page

  • Debate

    Mitt Romney vs. Barack Obama: The First Presidential debate On October 3, 2012 the first of three prudential debate between Democrats incumbent President Barack Obama and Republican contender Governor Mitt Romney was held in Denver, Colorado. The moderator, Jim Lehrer created questions ...

      449 Words | 3 Pages   Deficit reduction in the United States, Mitt Romney, Government budget balance, Barack Obama

  • Debates

    Lincoln-Douglas Debates These debates were a series of seven debates between the democratic senator, Stephen Douglas, and republican challenger, Abraham Lincoln, during the senatorial campaign of 1858. The biggest controversy was over slavery. Slavery was a big part of the debates because of the new...

      850 Words | 2 Pages   Lincoln–Douglas debates, Stephen A. Douglas, Kansas–Nebraska Act, Dred Scott v. Sandford

  • debate

    opportunity given me to debate on this topic. I am going to present an argument that clearly supports the fact that peer pressure is more beneficial than harmful. I would like to ask you, What’s the first thing that comes into your mind when you hear the words ‘peer pressure’? Drugs? Tobacco? No, No,...

      314 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Debate

    As a student, how would you describe RH Bill? How would it affects people's manner? What are really the advantages and disadvantages of the Reproductive Health Bill? Much has been written about the Reproductive Health bill and much has been argued for and against it, however, not all has been said ...

      4675 Words | 13 Pages   Same-sex marriage, Homosexuality, Marriage, Same-sex relationship

  • debate

    Topic: For oil drilling I. A. The United States consumed a total of 7.0 billion barrels of refined petroleum products. This was about 22% of total world petroleum consumption. Today the U.S. spends more than $1 billion a day on oil imports. Each million barrels of oil we produce at home would also...

      279 Words | 2 Pages   Energy policy of the United States, Peak oil, Petroleum, Energy industry

  • Debates

    technology is applied, at the end of the day a decision will have to be made by a human being. Furthermore, Sepp Blatter feels that the fans love the debate because long after the game will the fans continue to discuss the issue. So, as long as fans are talking about football, whether it be in a positive...

      1883 Words | 5 Pages   Goal-line technology, Corner kick, FIFA