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Free Response Blip — AT: Individual Rights Are Subjective

First off, apologies for the publishing hiatus; I’ve been somewhat busy with school. Now on to the quick post for today. I’m sure you’ve seen this argument before: “Individual Rights are subjective, and it makes them real bad. Oh wait, why are they subjective? Right, I defined them as subjective in my 1AC.” In fact, […]

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As We Head Into The Tournament Season…

As we head into what are the opening tournaments of the season (lookin’ at you, Concordia), it’s probably a good idea to go back and reread five of Domination’s most helpful posts on debating so far: 5. introducing clarity into the round 4. Debating In Front Of Community Judges via WolkenPower 3. introducing structure into […]

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Improve Your Cross Examination

NCFCA policy champion Patrick Shipsey reviewed The Art Of Cross-Examination on the Ethos Blog today. Check out his review. Another good read on the subject is Cody Herche’s Keys to Cross Examination, written specifically with forensics competition in mind and for both value and policy debate. It’s an easy read that you’ll be able to […]

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