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    AT: Wilderson/Anti-Blackness - 2014 - End of Yr Price Cut

    This is an updated version of my previous file to answer the Wilderson Kritik (and similar arguments that rely on theories of whiteness/anti-blackness). Changes in this update:
     
    ---*New* evidence – including several cards from the past year
    ---Offense is modularized – makes it easier to select and conceptualize distinct arguments
     
    File should inclue everything you could possibly need to effectively answer this kritik. All of the evidence is A+ quality.
     
    AT: Wilderson---2AC---Must-Read. 3
    AT: Wilderson---2AC---Permutation Solvency. 5
    AT: Wilderson---Policy Key. 9
    AT: Wilderson---Totalizing/Inaccurate. 10
    AT: Wilderson---Essentialist. 12
    AT: Wilderson---Non-Falsifiable. 13
    AT: Wilderson---Ahistorical 15
    AT: Wilderson---Agency Turn. 16
    AT: Wilderson---Agency Turn---Ext. 18
    AT: Wilderson---Ontology Turn. 20
    AT: Wilderson---Pessimism Turn. 21
    Anti-Blackness Wrong. 22
    Consequences Key. 24
    AT: Social Death*. 25
    Extinction OW... 31
    *State Not Always Racist---Wall 32
    State Not Always Racist---Ext. 35
    State Not Always Racist---Hopelessness Turn. 40
    *Not a Root Cause---Wall 41
    Not a Root Cause---Ext. 43
    AT: Afro-Pessimism- Yes Progress – Clarke. 44
    AT: Afro-Pessimism.. 46
    AT: Afro-Pessimism.. 47
    AT: End America. 49
    AT: Revolution – Backlash/Rollback. 50
    AT: Revolution – Backlash/Rollback. 51
    AT: Revolution – Can’t Solve Domination. 52
    Vague Alt Fails – Reed. 53
    AT: Author Bias/Epistemology. 55
    AT: Ontological Blackness. 56
    AT: Reparations. 59
    AT: Negativity Alt – hooks. 61
    AT: Sexton. 63
    K Aff 64
    Coalitions – hooks. 65

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    Unbroken Secret Aff

    This is an aff that I've had ready for a while but has never been read (not just by teams that I've worked with but by any team on the circuit). To keep the element of surprise in play I'd prefer not to post public information about it but I will answer any questions about it through PM that you might have prior to buying it (as long as you don't tell). This aff is strategic, surprising, and has a different angle on the topic that hasn't really been taken much advantage of this year by any big team.
     
    Also it's a policy aff so it's NFLs-friendly.
     
    All necessary blocks are there, the file is highlighted, and explanation is provided in the file, all for the price of $10. Again, let me clarify, if you are interested in the file send me a private message and I will answer any and all questions you have in confidentiality. You don't have to buy it to do this, and you don't have to buy it after PMing me--if you decide you aren't interested then that's fine. Of course, there's always the option of taking me on my word and buying the file without asking, but to each their own...

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    Ecosophy Aff

    An aff written for the TOC that never got to be broken. (Un)surprisingly enough there's only one card that actually has to do with transportation so this will be applicable for other topics beyond this one. The argument revolves around Felix Guattari's idea of ecosophy as a new form of philosophy that brings the personal in touch with the social and the environmental, and advocates a new form of transportation infrastructure that was never read in high school to my knowledge this year.
     
    Even though the topic is drawing to a close, this file still has some of the best and most comprehensive framework answers that you will see. If you plan to read any kind of shifty non-fiat-y aff at some point this file is worth purchasing just for the framework and cap answers.

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    Kritik Answer Updates - Nationals '13 (Update: Free)

    ***Update: sorry to the 1 or 2 people that have bought this file in the past few weeks, but my interest in these cards has kinda faded, so I'm making it free now. Enjoy!***
     
    NDCA, the TOC, and NFLs are coming up, and that means there are gonna be plenty of wacky new Ks to deal with - if you don't have a philosophy PhD, the next-best thing to throw back at them are some sick cards from 2013 about why the alt doesn't do anything. This file should help you do that. A solid majority of the evidence is from sources published since the conclusion of camp evidence production last summer; a fair amount is from this calendar year. Much of the file is cut from peer-reviewed sources. I'd say about 75% is already highlighted, and I've included some basic extensions for some things. I'm only charging $6 because I'm generous, but honestly, these cards are pretty sick, and the file's 120 or so pages long, so you should probably just buy it pronto.
     
    In addition to generic stuff (framework answers, alt takeouts, defenses of the aff, and so on) I've also thrown in some cards on all-too-common authors like Heidegger and Zizek as well as some answers to new and intimidating Ks like object-oriented ontology. Finally, I've included some previously undiscovered answers to annoying things like Kappeler and Deep Eco just because peoples' answers to these arguments tend to be irredeemably terrible in my experience, and I'm tired of voting for them.
     
    Even if you're not going to nationals, a lot of these cards are cut from books and journals that probably aren't going to come up on some high schooler's search for "hegemony collapse outweighs zizek" at the 7 week next summer, so you should still check it out.
     
    Table of contents:
     
    Kritik Answers Updates 1
    **General 2
    *State Good 3
    2AC—Radical Democracy 4
    1AR—Radical Democracy 6
    AT: State Bad 8
    2AC—AT: FW General 9
    2AC—Walt 10
    1AR—Walt 11
    AT: Unethical 12
    AT: Anarchism 13
    Pluralism Good 14
    Pragmatism Good 18
    Infrastructure Investment Good 20
    Cede the Political/Perm 21
    *FW/Etc 23
    2AC—Root Cause Bad 24
    1AR—Root Cause Bad 25
    2AC—Discourse Bad 26
    1AR—Discourse Bad 28
    Discourse Bad 29
    AT: Expertism Ks 31
    2AC—Predictions Good/AT: Complexity 33
    2AC—Predictions/Empirics Good 35
    AT: Complexity 36
    *Misc 37
    AT: Identity Politics 38
    AT: Affect 39
    AT: Foucauldian neoliberalism critiques 41
    AT: Governmentality 43
    AT: Kappeler 45
    **Specific 47
    *Capitalism/Neoliberalism 48
    Perm—State Good 49
    Perm—Pluralism 51
    Perm—Post-Neoliberalism 52
    Perm—Strategic Innovation 53
    Totalization NB 55
    Growth Good—Poverty 56
    Capitalism Sustainable 2AC 57
    AT: Growth Unsustainable—Resources 58
    AT: Growth Unsustainable—Commodity Prices 60
    AT: Growth Unsustainable—Production 61
    AT: Growth Unsustainable—Population 62
    AT: Growth Unsustainable—Food/Ag 63
    AT: Growth Unsustainable—Pollution 64
    Bad Scholarship 65
    *Environment 69
    Specificity Good 70
    Ethics Perm 72
    Eco-Pragmatism Perm 73
    Science Good 75
    Technology Good 77
    Managerialism Good 80
    Warming Apocalypticism Good 81
    AT: Anthropocentrism 83
    AT: Deep Ecology 85
    AT: Env Justice—No Impact 89
    AT: Env Justice—Impractical 90
    AT: Env Justice—Poverty 91
    AT: Civilization K 92
    *Compassion Fatigue 94
    False—Empirics 95
    AT: Disaster Porn 96
    AT: Moeller/Compassion Fatigue 98
    *Zizek 101
    AT: K of Nature 102
    “The Act†Bad 103
    AT: Do Nothing 106
    *Heidegger 108
    Anthro K 109
    Ethics > Ontology 112
    *Object-Oriented Ontology 116
    Ethics DA 117
    Epistemology DA 118
    No Solvency—Correlationism 121
    Heidegger K 122
    Perm 124
     
    My name is James Stevenson. I'm a graduating senior at the University of Puget Sound, where I debated regionally and nationally for four years, following a four-year high school career debating locally and regionally in Utah. I am currently an assistant coach at Bingham High School in Utah.

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    **Wilderson Answers 3.0 - Reduced Price + More Cards**

    This is a comprehensive file to answer the increasingly popular Wilderson kritik which a number of nationally competitive teams have been winning on. It includes offense to commonly read alternatives, indicts to wilderson and his methodology, answers to "social death", and everything else you need to effectively answer this kritik. All of the evidence is extremely high-quality.
     
    Extintion First <3. 2
    AT: Wilderson – 2AC Must-Read. 3
    AT: Wilderson – No Socal Death*. 5
    AT: Wilderson – No Socal Death*. 7
    AT: Wilderson – Wrong/Bad Method. 12
    AT: Wilderson – Wrong/Bad Method. 13
    AT: Wilderson – Wrong/Bad Method. 15
    AT: Wilderson – Fatalism Turn. 16
    AT: Wilderson – Essentialist 17
    AT: Wilderson – Pessimism Turn. 18
    AT: Wilderson – Recreates Violence. 19
    AT: Wilderson – Link Turn/Coalitions Key. 21
    AT: Sexton. 22
    States Good/Redeemable. 23
    States Good/Redeemable. 24
    States Good/Redeemable. 25
    States Good/Redeemable. 27
    States Good/Redeemable – Empirics Prove. 28
    AT: Afro-Pessimism.. 29
    AT: Afro-Pessimism.. 30
    AT: End America. 32
    AT: Revolution – Backlash/Rollback. 33
    AT: Revolution – Backlash/Rollback. 34
    AT: Revolution – Can’t Solve Doination. 35
    AT: Root Cause. 36
    AT: Root Cause. 37
    AT: Root Cause. 38
    AT: Root Cause. 39
    AT: Root Cause. 40
    AT: Author Bias/Epistemology. 41
    AT: Ontological Blackness. 42
    AT: Ontological Blackness. 44
     
     
     
    I am an assistant coach at the University of North Texas. I debated for four years at Deer Park High School and four years and the University of Texas at Dallas where my accomplishments included: octo-finals of the NDT, a first-round bid to the NDT, 1st place at the UMKC tournament, octo-finals of GSU, octos at Harvard (twice), 2nd place at ADA Nationals, semis of Georgia, a Kentucky Rd Robin invite, and winner at the Arizona Debate Institute Fellows Tournament. I have judged over 40 rds on the transportaton topic and coached debate for four years, including working at the Jayhawk Debate Institute.

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    Structural Violence Affirmative

    This one goes out to the sewers. The aff has no plan text, but if one wanted to add one i'm sure you can make one. The affirmative is all about a personal INVESTMENT in the darker underside of our infrastructure, saying that while most conceptions of transportation infrastructure like to look at the top side of things and imagine the roads and what not as something we drive over... this aff looks underneath and understand it not only as transportation but also life support for those without homes. - FULLY ENDORSED BY Brian D. Gonzaba and ready to be run right now!
     
    Beneath The Neon – AFFIRMATIVE 2012-13
    1AC 1/7. 3
    1AC 2/7. 4
    1AC 3/7. 5
    1AC 4/7. 7
    1AC 5/7. 8
    1AC 6/7. 9
    1AC 7/7. 10
    AT: Topicality /Framework 1/3. 11
    AT: Topicality /Framework 2/3. 12
    AT: Topicality /Framework 3/3. 13
    AT: FX T/XTRA T. 14
    AT: Cede The Political 15
    AT: Capitalism.. 16
    AT: Speaking for Others. 17
    AT: Nietzsche 1/2. 18
    AT: Nietzsche 2/2. 19
    AT: High Theory 1/4. 20
    AT: High Theory 2/4. 21
    AT: High Theory 3/4. 22
    AT: High Theory 4/4. 23
    AT:â€Do Something†Counter Plan. 24
    AT: Pessimism or Nihilism.. 25
    AT: The Spread 1/2. 26
    AT: The Spread 2/2. 27
    AT: Disads/Nuke War Impacts. 28
    AT: Hegemony Good 1/3. 29
    AT: Hegemony Good 2/3. 30
    AT: Hegemony Good 3/3. 31
    K on K violence Overview.. 32
    AT: Bataille. 33
    AT: Kappeler. 35
    AT: Black White Binary. 36
    AT: Narratives Bad. 37
    AT: Word PICS. 38
    1AR Shively fw.. 39
    1AR Smith fw.. 40
    AT: Ontology Bad. 41
    Permutation Module 1/2. 42
    Permutation Module 2/2. 43

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    New Vegas Affirmative

    This is the Welcome to New Vegas affirmative that was read at the UT Round Robin by myself and Hank Stolte. Although it was only read once, it has never dropped a ballot. The affirmative makes an argument about the nature of politics, subjectivity, and even debate. The affirmative contends that debate itself is nothing but a recycled set of different political building blocks; flows that reconstruct themselves in spaces that are considered "unique" because of their influence on students and their individual relation to thought, but that are actually more like empty museum halls. Each space doesn't actually influence us: encountering an SBSP aff doesn't teach us to oppose space militarization, it teaches us how to become technical and pick up ballots. The nature of the ballot and its relation to advocacy always-already complicates our ability to be authentically political, and so the affirmative chooses instead to conceptualize the space of the debate that the 1AC occurs in as refuse: something that denies the usefulness of the system as a whole and questions the nature of debate as something that produces pedagogical responsibility. Instead, the ballot becomes a bomb, an encounter with the selves in debate we construct as political agents and the selves outside of the room that are competitors and not politicians. The way that debate and its norms, rules and regulations construct our subjectivity is deemed problematic; something that segments and divides our essence and produces a self-hatred that teaches us to parcel out and destroy the wills and desires of our essential self in a compromise for ballots.
    We have proclaimed the death of debate: in its place, only the starfish that we call the 1AC.

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    2012 SPS Aff Updates

    SPS is by far the biggest aff on this topic, but most teams read evidence that is at least a couple years old. This file includes evidence from 2012 that is high-quality and will allow teams to retire some of their old NSSO evidence. These articles are pretty hard to find and unless you have access to some pretty expensive journals, you aren't going to be able to cut them yourself.
     
    In my opinion, these A+ cards that you can use in half of your debates for the rest of this year is worth the price, but as an added bonus I've included answers to common negative off-case positions and case arguments against this aff.
     
    Every single card in this file was cut by me for this topic - this isn't recycled camp file crap.
     
    I've included a paper version along with a paperless version.
     
    PM if you have any questions.
     
    Bio -
    My name is Brad Meloche. I just finished my fourth year debate at Wayne State University. Over the last four years I have reached the elimination rounds and received speaker awards at multiple local and regional tournaments. In 2012 I qualified for the National Debate Tournament. As a four year debater for Groves High School (MI), I reached elimination rounds at Harvard, New Trier, and East Grand Rapids, as well as having great local success. As a coach for Seaholm High School, I have coached debaters to the elimination rounds of multiple national tournaments, including the 2011 NCFL national tournament. I also coached and judged at the 2011 Tournament of Champions for Brother Rice High School.
     
    2012 SPS Aff Update 1
    Case 2
    Multi-Purpose Must-Read (1AC) 3
    Key To Hege 4
    Solves Econ/Military Leadership 5
    Solvency – Feasible 6
    AT: Solar Cell Production Hurts the Environment 7
    Oil 8
    Oil Impact – Eurozone/Global Econ 9
    Oil Impact – Laundry List 11
    Oil Impact – Election Add-on 13
    Ext – Oil Key to Reelection 14
    AT: Russia Oil 15
    Warming 16
    A2: Solar Radiation 17
    A2: Volcanic CO2 18
    A2: Lomborg 19
    A2: Easterbrook 20
    A2: Warming Good – Horseshoe Crabs 21
    AT: Ethanol Adv CP 22
    AT: Wind Adv CP 23
    AT: DAs 24
    AT: Launch DAs 25
    AT: Geo Orbit DA 26

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    Spark Updates

    Hey everybody,
     
    This is a short file. Last year a new study about the effects of nuclear war on the Earth's climate was released that debaters may use to support "spark" type arguments about nuclear war being good. This file contains answers to that. The cards in this file are very recent. The file is organized into a 2ac frontline and has some extensions. I've even highlighted the frontline cards for you. It should be used to supplement spark answers you already have in your backfiles. I wouldn't go into a round with this file alone, but the newer cards offered in this file may take "spark" teams off-guard and give you the upperhand. It always helps to have cards reflective of the newest science in spark debates; this file can give you that and at an extremely affordable price.
     
    My name's Jacob Justice. I'm a 3rd year debater for Wayne State University, where I've broke and won speaker awards at multiple regional tournaments. I debated 2 years in high school for Dexter High School in Michigan. I'm currently a coach for West Bloomfield High School and last year I coached Brother Rice High School at the TOC.
     
    Happy debating,
     
    Jake

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    Bleiker Aff Perm Cards/Blocks

    Fully scripted out/carded Bleiker perm argument designed to be used with any critical or policy based affirmative against both critiques and policy strategies you'll face from the neg.

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    Conspiracy Theory Toolbox

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    This is just a toolbox file for any Lacanian conspiracy theory aff you want to read - arguments are generally about disrupting drives for narrative closure in the national imaginary. If you have any questions PM me.

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    A/T SKFTA

    Here is the SKFTA answers section with impact turns from my thursday file. I separated this out in case people wanted to buy these but not the full file. If you bought my thursday file, this file is repetitive, do not buy both!
     
     
    Index 1
    2AC – Non Unique – SKFTA 2
    1AR – NO SKFTA 3
    A/T Obama will bundle and pass all the FTAs 4
    Colombia FTA Won’t Pass 5
    SKFTA – TAA Uniqueness Thumper 6
    SKFTA – A/T Vote Coming 8
    SKFTA – A/T Solves War 9
    A/T SKFTA solves relations 11
    SKFTA Bad -  War 13
    SKFTA Bad - Warming 14
    SKFTA Bad – US-Japan Relations 15
    SKFTA Bad – US-Japan Extn 16
    SKFTA Bad – A/T Key to the Econ 17
     

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    Empire K Aff - Turkey WMD 2010/2011

    This is a scrap of using the Empire Kritik as an affirmative this year for the US' WMD in Turkey. It's completely kritikal. The only regular, policy, non-kritikal card is the inherency. Interesting to look at and I'm sure some of you can develop it further. The best is the advantages and the AT's. Here's the TOC:
     
     
    Introduction 2
    Inherency: US WMD in Turkey 3
    Harm: (Nuclear) Deterrence 4
    Harm: (Nuclear) Deterrence (2) 5
    Significance: Complete Domination 6
    SUGGESTED PLANS 7
    Solvency Framework 8
    Advantage: Biopolitics 9
    Advantage Impact: Biopolitics 10
    Advantage: Hegemony 11
    Advantage Impact: Hegemony 12
    Advantage: Militarism 13
    Advantage Impact: Militarism 14
    Advantage: Imperialism 15
    Advantage Impact: Imperialism 16
    AT: Reject Solvency Framework 17
    AT: Politics-Based DA 18
    AT: Spending DA 19
    AT: Courts CP 20
    AT: Agent CP 21
     
     
     
    PS - the solvency framework is that you and your teammate are the multitude.

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    Kyrgyzstan Affirmative 2010/2011

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    A sneaky comparative advantage affirmative. Basic 1AC - no AT's included. Plan story: move troops from somewhere else (Turkey, Iraq, Kuwait) to the Manas Air Force Base in Kyrgyzstan because it solves K's economy, a weak central Asian NATO, and Afghanistan terrorism. Advantages: democracy and human rights.

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    Invade North Korea Affirmative 2010/2011

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    Pretty self-explanatory. Needs bulking up and AT's, but the solvency evidence is valuable.

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    Linguistic Imperialism Affirmative - Japan - 2010/2011

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    Linguistic imperialism is the spread of a language or languages that are subtractive, i.e. destroy/kill other languages. English is the "Killer language." In Japan English is mandatory, compulsory education, crowding out and destroying many other minor languages. The United States military presence aids this.Lots of LI-specific advantages. Included terminal impact cards for them. Many more AT's can be found by the Japan Aff's put out by the camps - I didn't include them in the file. Style: hybrid between kritikal and comparative advantage affirmative. Possibly a great affirmative - will still link into some of the generic disadvantages - it really depends on the specific plan you decide to implement.

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    CFLS Updates

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    This is a small update file for CFLS. It has many aff answers to politics and a small neg file. Definitely worth 4 dollars. All uniqueness evidence and aff answers are from this week. It's in .doc format.Thanks and good luck

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    Judicial Globalism Aff

    This affirmative features some of the best evidence on the topic, with advantages that are both germane to poverty and designed to answer most process/advantage counterplans. This file includes responses to common T violations, case arguments, disadvantages, and counterplans.
     
    The plan rules on the grounds of the Airey v. Ireland decision of the European Court of Human Rights that all persons living in poverty are entitled to legal counsel for civil matters. The argument is that citing a foreign court enhances our Supreme Court's credibility to engage in the global judicial dialogue which shapes court systems around the world. This credibility is necessary to sustain international human rights movements, combat proliferation, strengthen democratic movements, and even solve for global warming. The other advantage (specific to legal counsel) is that persons living poverty that are at risk of housing foreclosure need civil counsel to protect against predatory lending. These foreclosures risk crippling the global economy.
     
     

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    Aff Theory Essentials

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    This is a theory file I put together that contains the 2AC for most of the theory arguments you could ever actually need in a debate. It also has the 1NC for a couple of arguments that are generally useful. The intent of this file is to counteract two problems that I have seen in a large number of high school debates: 1.) Theory blocks that are much too long and contain useless arguments; 2.) Not knowing why a situation you haven't seen before is cheating. This file allows you to put a foot down on the largest theory questions of the day.

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    Economy Updates- 3/10

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    Hot off the presses, economy updates! These are the most crucial updates every weekend, and if you haven't done any, this should get it done. The evidence this week is especially good, given that both sides of the debate have some good arguments.

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    Poverty/Means Testing PIC/PIK Answers

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    For 4 dollars, you won't ever lose to this argument again. This file is a comprehensive answer to the PIC or PIK out of "persons in poverty" and means testing. It includes a prepared 2AC, scripted 1AR extensions with more evidence and 1AR add-ons, as well as an offensive 2AR overview. This is not just a random assortment of answers to the PIC. It's a comprehensive strategy that makes sense and is designed to defeat all aspects of this argument. It includes:1. Crafty permutation arguments that make the counterplan not competitive (backed up by evidence)2. Evidence proving the counterplan would ultimately result in targeting because of the nature of social services3. Answers to their link and internal link claims about targeting being stigmatizing/neoliberal/biopolitical4. Solvency deficits about why the CP can't change the structures of means testing and persons in poverty5. Solvency deficits to Universal social services (trade-off disad/means testing key)6. Impact take-outs7. Disads to the CPQuestions? Email me at jaipaulrekhi at gmail dot com.

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    Berkeley/Harvard Disad Answers

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    Must have for the Cal and Harvard tournaments. File has evidence from the last 3 days including:A. Lots of ev saying social services now- answers the "HHS budget will be the same as last year" and budget freeze and social service cuts now-- winning these args make it very very hard for the neg to win link uniqueness. B. Really good answers to the NASA trade off disad. C. Really good and recent all purpose politics answers. Evidence is really good. It's highlighted. There's scripted 1AR extensions and really short 1AR cards to read too. Email me if you have any questions at jaipaulrekhi at gmail dot com.

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    February Disad Non Uniques Updates

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    Must have for upcoming tournaments. This file contains evidence from the last few days (Feb 1-3) about the status of social services and the DHHS. These cards will make it nearly impossible for the Neg to win on any generic disad that links to all social services like politics, spending, trade-offs, etc. The ev is really good. It's highlighted. There's scripted 1AR extensions and really short 1AR cards to read too. Email me if you have any questions at jaipaulrekhi at gmail dot com.

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    Must Have Ontology Bad Frontlines

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    This file is a must have for all teams that will be useful throughout your debate careers. It is a highlighted and blocked out (2AC, 1AR, and 2AR) to beat all kritiks that think we should focus on the ontological elements of advocacy, text, language, and thought- so everything except for the objectivism "k". This file is all offense against ontology focus. This means two things for you: First- You won't lose because they said "ontology comes first which makes your aff irrelevant"Second- And more importantly- If you win this portion of the debate, it comes before their link and impact arguments because its a framework question. It is functionally the same as winning the theoretical framework debate, except its more compelling because its doesn't sound like you are whining about how the K team has "abused" and "silenced" you. email questions to jaipaulrekhi at gmail dot com.

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    Amazing All Purpose K Answer- Undecidability

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    This argument is an awesome answer to almost every kritik. There is a generic 2AC to read and then a specific 2AC to read vs certain kritiks. The argument is a permutation with a solid net benfit. It's that we should combine the plan (including representations) with the alternative because a politics of undecidability is better than picking either side. The evidence says that we should gesture in opposite and contradictory directions at the same time because it allows us to intervene in a practical political manner while at the same time maintain a perpetual uneasiness about our politics so that we can open up new possibilities for the future. This allows us to re-create epistemologies and correct injustices potentially caused by the plan. The net benefit is that refusal of the perm engages in a violent politics of decidability which eliminates the possibility of politics and ethics. There are blocked out 1AR extensions to most of the arguments. This is an extremely powerful argument to read against any ontology kritik as well as fear kritiks, lacanian/zizekian kritiks, and kritiks of signs and language. It's blocked out and highlighted and ready to go. At less than $4, its a steal. Any questions, email me at jaipaulrekhi at gmail dot com.

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