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Foucault, because, and i quote from a wise guru, "Foucault on Foucault action is sooo hot"

 

 

O lets all bow down to captain obvious isnt that right adam :Bow lol

 

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all of wake SDW generics should be distributed this afternoon i believe as they all needed to be completed by lunch(11:30)

 

affs:

Immigration detention(starter set)

Gitmo

Korematsu

Fism

there was also a War On Drugs aff, which was the one i was working on, but the camp leaders didnt want to release it because they didnt think it was topical, but there maybe a fixed version coming out with the generics

 

NEGs stuff:

Terror DA (both in the starter set and in a lab which i was working on which we are giving the finishing touches on right now

XO cp

Courts/Congress CP

terrortalk/security K

CLS k(included in the starter packet)

Star Wars K(i think this is amgambe(sp.?) but im not too sure)

RLS K (some sort of race k not sure on the details)

there is also some sort of rights discourse k or ontomolgy(sp.) or something like that

and of course T

 

i will post more updates when we get the generics actually released

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what was the solvency mechanism on the war on drugs case??

 

it was pretty bad and i think it might have been another reason why the plan wasnt copied in the camp, i think it was some general things, i worked mainly on inherency and the advantages which we actually quite solid...:rolleyes:

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I will post the desciption of each in a different post, because they are very long. From Mr. buschard

 

 

Wake Terry v. Ohio Case

 

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CONTENTION I: INHERENCY

 

IN TERRY V. OHIO, THE U.S. SUPREME COURT UPHELD THE SEARCH OF MR. MICHAEL TERRY, WHO WAS CONVICTED OF CARRYING A WEAPON DISCOVERED DURING A POLICE SEARCH THAT OCCURRED WITHOUT PROBABLE CAUSE. IN THIS PRECEDENTIAL DECISION, THE COURT RULED THAT ONLY A REASONABLE SUSPICION, AND NOT PROBABLE CAUSE, WAS REQUIRED FOR THE POLICE SEARCH.

 

Illya D. Lichtenberg, Ph.D., Alisa Smith, J.D., Ph.D, and Michael Copeland, M.A., J.D, TOURO LAW REVIEW, Winter 2001, p. 442-3

 

In Terry, a police officer in plain clothes observed three men pacing in front of a store. ?.. from those facts, reasonably warrant that intrusion."

 

POST TERRY, THE COURT HAS CONTINUED TO UTILIZE THE REASONABLE SUSPICION STANDARD FOR POLICE SEARCHES

 

Barry Stern, law professor, New England School of Law, BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW, Winter 1994, pp. 1396-7

 

Following ?.. unsupported by probable cause .

 

 

THE REASONABLE SUSPICION STANDARD ALLOWS ANYONE IN A HIGH-CRIME AREA TO BE DETAINED ? THE POLICE WILL USE THE NATURE OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO JUSTIFY THEIR PRACTICES. MOREOVER, THIS ALLOWS THE POLICE TO CIRCUMVENT ALL RESTRICTIONS THAT THE COURTS HAVE PLACED ON THEIR USE OF IT AS A JUSTIFICATION

 

Margaret Raymond, Associate Professor of Law, The University of Iowa College of Law, OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL, 1999

 

The inconsistency of these cases might be justifiable if the contexts of different areas made possible the drawing of different inferences from similar conduct. Reasonable suspicion ?.. suspicion inquiry.

 

CONTENTION II: HARMS

 

RACISM

 

IN ITS APPROVAL OF DETECTIVE MCFADDEN?S ACTIVITY IN TERRY, THE COURT SUBJECTED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF BLACK AND LATINA/O YOUTH TO HARRASSMENT BY THE POLICE THAT IS ON PAR WITH THEIR EXPERIENCE IN SLAVERY

 

Louis Katz, Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University, MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL, 2004, pp. 457-9

 

Justice Harlan clarified that "the right to frisk in this case depends upon the reasonableness of a forcible stop to investigate a suspected crime." The facts in Terry justifying the forcible detention are so weak that they should raise eyebrows even in those courtrooms where judges are unusually inclined to favor the police. What the Court, in fact, did was ?.. those issues have grown even more serious.

 

THE REASONABLE SUSPICION STANDARD IS SO VAGUE THAT LOWER COURTS HAVE USED IT TO UPHOLD SEARCHES ON NOTHING MORE THAN RACE AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS

 

Louis Katz, Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University, MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL, 2004, pp. 485-8

 

Not only has the Court excluded a significant portion of citizen-police encounters from Fourth ??. probable cause. n26 The reasonable suspicion standard became firmly established a decade after Terry, in Brown v. Texas, when the Court held that a police officer's claim that a man "looked suspicious" without accompanying facts which supported that conclusion was insufficient to meet the ?.. standard made that impact inevitable.

 

 

 

LIBERAL INTERPRETATIONS OF TERRY BY LOWER COURTS JUSTIFY ABUSIVE POLICE PRACTICES WHOSE IMPACT FALLS THE HARDEST ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

 

David Harris, Professor of Law and Values, University of Toledo College of Law, ST. JOHN?S LAW REVIEW, Summer 1998, pp. 976-7

 

The problem is not that ?.. and other minority groups.

 

AFRICAN AMERICANS AND OTHER MINORITIES ARE TARGETED BY TERRY-STYLE, REASONABLILITY-BASED SEARCHES

 

David Harris, Professor of Law and Values, University of Toledo College of Law, ST. JOHN?S LAW REVIEW, Summer 1998, pp. 1017-9

 

1) <Racially Disproportionate Distribution of the Effects of Current Terry Law - Given the various categories the courts have set up in place of individual judgments of particularized suspicion?? that indicate suspicion.

 

REASONABLE SUSPICION STANDARDS MAKE IT EASIER FOR THE POLICE TO ENGAGE IN RACIAL PROFILING

 

Russel Weaver, Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville, PENN SATE LAW REVIEW, Spring 2005, pp. 1214-5

 

Is there reason to fear the ?.. analysis.

 

A. Racial Profiling Concerns

 

One major concern with ?.. more likely to be stopped and frisked.

 

RACIAL PROFILING IS RACIST

 

COLORADO LAW REVIEW, Winter 2000, pp. 265-6

 

However, as a ?.. racist.

 

 

RACISM CAUSES DEONTIC HARM-- WE MUST EXPRESS SOLIDARITY WITH ITS VICTIMS REGARDLESS OF CONSEQUENCES.

 

Robert Post, law professor, UC-Berkeley, WILLIAM & MARY LAW REVIEW, Winter 1991, p. 291.

 

A recurring theme ?.. of such expressions and statements.

 

REJECTING RACISM IS A MORAL IMPERATIVE WHICH OUTWEIGHS ALL OTHER IMPACTS-- CONFLICT AND DESTRUCTION ARE INEVITABLE WITHIN A SOCIETY WHICH ALLOWS IT.

 

Albert, Memmi, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Paris, RACISM, 1997, p. 165.

 

Of course, this is ?...

 

 

B. RIGHTS

 

TERRY IS A SLIPPERY-SLOPE ? IT IS THE FOUNDATION FOR A FURTHER EROSION OF RIGHTS

 

Russel Weaver, Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville, PENN SATE LAW REVIEW, Spring 2005, pp. 1215-17

 

An array of police ?.. a terrorist sniper or a serial killer.

 

THE PROTECTION OF FREEDOM IS APRIORI ? IT CANNOT BE SACRIFICED TO SECURITY INTERESTS

 

Sylvester Petro, Law Professor, Wake Forest, TOLEDO LAW REVIEW, Spring 1974, p. 480

 

However, ?. spirit.

 

PLAN: IN A TEST CASE INVOLVING A SEARCH BY A FEDERAL OFFICIAL BASED ON REASONABLE SUSPICION, THE SUPREME COURT WILL RULE THAT THE GOVERNMENT HAS NO AUTHORITY TO SEARCH WITH REASONABLE SUSPICION AND THAT PROBABLE CAUSE IS REQUIRED.

 

CONTENTION III: SOLVENCY

 

ELIMINATING THE TERRY PRECEDENT IS THE BEST SOLUTION

 

HARRIS (ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO COLLEGE OF LAW. LL.M., GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER, 1988; J.D., YALE LAW SCHOOL, 1983.) SUMMER, 1994 (DAVID A. INDIANA LAW JOURNAL. ?FACTORS FOR REASONABLE SUSPICION: WHEN BLACK AND POOR MEANS STOPPED AND FRISKED.?, P.?

Overturning ?..f difficulties.

 

 

PROBABLE CAUSE PROTECTIONS REDUCE THE RISK OF PRIVACY INVASIONS AND ARBITRARY POLICE BEHAVIOR

 

Barry Stern, law professor, New England School of Law, BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW, Winter 1994, p. Fn166

 

Searches and ?. probable cause.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE PROTECTIONS MEAN THE POLICE WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE TO JUSTIFY THEIR CONDUCT BASED ON THE CHARACTER OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD

 

Margaret Raymond, Associate Professor of Law, The University of Iowa College of Law, OHIO STATE LAW JOURNAL, 1999, p.

 

This Article ? concern.

 

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Bell v. Wolfish

 

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Observation one: Inherency

In the case of Bell v Wolfish, the Supreme Court found that a balancing test between the rights of prisoners and institutional security was an adequate protection of rights. Unfortunately, this has resulted in prisoners having almost zero protection from body cavity searches because the ?reasonable? balancing test nearly always sides with the prison officials.

 

McMath (University of Cincinnati) 87 (56 U. Cin. L. Rev. 739, COMMENT: DO PRISON INMATES RETAIN ANY FOURTH AMENDMENT PROTECTION FROM BODY CAVITY SEARCHES?, Tracy).

 

The majority in Wolfish identified ?.. The intrusiveness of the search upon the rights of the prisoners is barely a consideration.

 

This decision also gave authority over searches to the Bureau of Prisons, they are in created the rule that allows searches without probable cause

 

McMath (University of Cincinnati) 87 (56 U. Cin. L. Rev. 739, COMMENT: DO PRISON INMATES RETAIN ANY FOURTH AMENDMENT PROTECTION FROM BODY CAVITY SEARCHES?, Tracy).

 

Once within the ?. to conduct inmate searches is likewise found in statutory and regulatory grants of power.

 

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Observation two: harms

Cavity searches occur regularly in prison?inmates are searches every time they have contact with visitors

 

Marshall (Supreme Court Justice) 79 (Thurgood, Bell v. Wolfish, 441 U.S. 520, p. 576-7, Lexis)

 

In my view, the body-cavity ?. personal visits.

 

Cavity searches are humiliating and degrading. The practice also makes prison less secure because it generates deep hostility.

 

McMath (University of Cincinnati) 87 (56 U. Cin. L. Rev. 739, COMMENT: DO PRISON INMATES RETAIN ANY FOURTH AMENDMENT PROTECTION FROM BODY CAVITY SEARCHES?, Tracy).

 

Justice Marshall referred to ?. security practice.

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Cavity searches are not used for prison safety?they are part of a system of deliberate degradation that is designed to terrorize prisoners

 

Gutterman (Professor of Law at Emory) 97 (Melvin, ?The Prison Jurisprudence Of Justice Thurgood Marshall?, 56 Md. L. Rev. 149, p. 180-3)

 

Although prison ?? dehumanization of the inmates.

 

Dehumanization is the root of genocide and war. When human dignity is disposable, all other impacts are possible.

 

Berube (Professor of Communication at South Carolina) 97 (David, Ph.D. in Communications, ?Nanotechnological Prolongevity: The Down Side?, NanoTechnology Magazine, June/July 1997, p. 1-6, URL: http://www.cla.sc.edu/ENGL/faculty/berube/prolong.htm)

 

This means-ends dispute is at ?. for every epoch has evil and dehumanization is evil's most powerful weapon.

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Plan: The United States federal government, specifically the Bureau of Prisons, will substantially decrease its authority to search without probable cause by requiring probable cause for body cavity searches in federal prisons.

 

Observation three: solvency

 

The extremely traumatic nature of body cavity searches means that probable cause ought to be required

 

Simonitsch 2000 (April, 54 U. Miami L. Rev. 665, COMMENT: Visual Body Cavity Searches Incident to Arrest: Validity Under the Fourth Amendment, William).

 

Because visual body ?? for cavity searches?it has not been a threat to prison safety

 

Simonitsch 2000 (April, 54 U. Miami L. Rev. 665, COMMENT: Visual Body Cavity Searches Incident to Arrest: Validity Under the Fourth Amendment, William).

 

The dual purposes of ??ce officers safely and effectively carrying out their duties.

 

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Probable cause would be the best form of protection?it best protects the interests of the prisoners and broader interest in protecting the fourth amendment

 

Simonitsch 2000 (April, 54 U. Miami L. Rev. 665, COMMENT: Visual Body Cavity Searches Incident to Arrest: Validity Under the Fourth Amendment, William).

 

The practice of performing ?.. sought will be found.

Criticism of body cavity searches is a beginning point for a larger critique of the prison system because it generates questions about the connections between the law and violence

 

Willens (JD, Harvard Law) 87 (37 Am. U.L. Rev. 41, Jonathan, ARTICLE: STRUCTURE, CONTENT AND THE EXIGENCIES OF WAR: AMERICAN PRISON LAW AFTER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS 1962 - 1987. *).

 

Necessary deprivation has ?. society may inspect.

 

 

topicality: authority from bureau of prisons

Bureau of Prisons has all authority over prison discipline

 

Wisconsin Fiscal Legal Bureau, 2001 (?Contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, online: http://www.prisoncentral.org/Prisoncentral/DOC%20Paper%20by%20Leg%20Fiscal/Contracted%20Beds/Federal%20Bureau%20of%20Prisons.htm)

 

The federal Bureau of Prisons will ? imposed

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Guantanamo #1

 

1AC Civil Liberties Advantage ? 1/2

 

Guantanamo Bay Detainees Have Been Denied Any Rights

James Thuo Gathii, Assistant Professor, Albany Law School, Albany Law Review, 2003, 67 Alb. L. Rev. 335, p. 351 (HARVCL1895)

The extraterritoriality argu to do?. so. n64

 

Denying Rights To Detainees At Guantanamo Bay Violates Fundamental Human Rights Principles

Diane Marie Amann, Professor of Law, University of California Davis, School of Law, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, 2004, 42 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 263, p. 311 (HARVCL1902)

Surely suspect is the begun to alter practice in the state-centered global order. n208

 

Indefinite Detention Is Punitive

Brief for Petitioners, Hamdi v Rumsfeld, 2003 U.S. Briefs 6696, February 23, 2004, p. 20-1 (HARVCL1900)

Hamdi's indefinite by executive fiat?.. Kennedy v. Mendoza-Martinez, 372 U.S. 144, 167-70 (1963).

 

Detention Without Charge Will Inevitably Lead To Oppression

Charles I. Lugosi, Assistant Professor of Law, St. Thomas University School of Law, American Journal of Criminal Law, Spring, 2003, 30 Am. J. Crim. L. 225, p. 259 (HARVCL3537)

Even with the best of intentions, a ?.. departments in policies affecting security and alien exclusion." n299

 

 

1AC Civil Liberties Advantage ? 2/2

 

Detention Without Charge Violates Fundamental Precept Of A Free Society

Samantha A. Pitts-Kiefer, Law Student, Villanova Law Review, 2003, 48 Vill. L. Rev. 875, p. 876 (HARVCL3567)

Strong ,,,,, his rights.

 

<insert Petro/rights impact evidence>

 

 

1AC Soft Power Advantage ? 1/2

 

Guantanamo Bay Detentions Undermines US Soft Power?Hurts Alliances

Stephen I. Vladeck, Law Student, Yale Law & Policy Review, Winter, 2004, 22 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 153, p. 193 (HARVCL3914)

Those who support the ,,,,,, the "war on terror." n230

 

The heinous treatment at GITMO have lead to an Increase in terror recruitment and is fueling the war on terror

O?Hanlon Michael E, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Sandalow David B, Director, Environment and Energy Project, Foreign Policy StudiesThe San Diego Union-Tribune, June 26, 2005

In recent weeks, the issue of?.. a completely fresh start.

 

And, keeping our allies should be the top priority of the US . If we fail to adhere to alliles our leadership and the war on terror will fail.

Barber 03 [Lionel, US managing editor of The Financial Times, 12/19, p. ln]

Beyond recrimination and ,,,,,,,hnology exports.

 

 

1AC Soft Power Advantage ? 2/2

 

And, U.S. Leadership in human rights is critical to stop a global nuclear exchange

Khalilzad, 1995 (Zalmay, Washington Quarterly, Spring, lexis)

Under the third option, ,,,,, balance of power system.

 

Finally, Proliferation leads to extinction.

Victor A Utgoff, Deputy Director of Strategy, Forces, and Resources Division of Institute for Defense Analysis, Summer 2002, Survival, p.87-90

In sum, widespread ,,,,

 

 

1AC Solvency ? 1/3

 

Text: The USFG should enforce ?Prisoner of war? status to all detainees at Guantanamo Bay Navel Base in accordance to the Geneva Convention, while revoking ?Enemy combatant? status. In order to decrease its authority to detain without charge.

 

 

MUST STRIKE DOWN ENEMY COMBATANT CLASSIFICATION FOR MEANINGFUL REDRESS AGAINST INDEFINITE DETENTION

 

The Committee on Federal Courts, The Record of The Association of The Bar of the City of New York, 2004, 59 The Record 41, p. 105

But assuming that the enemy ,,,,,, judicial appraisal."

 

COMBATANTS HELD IN DETENTION SHOULD BE ELIGIBLE FOR POW STATUS

 

James Park Taylor, Tribal Defenders Office, Kootenai Tribe, The Montana Lawyer, March, 2004, 29 Montana Lawyer 8, p. 8

 

But see Statement ,,,,,,today."

 

 

1AC Solvency ? 2/3

 

PRESUMPTION SHOULD BE AGAINST ENEMY COMBATANT DESIGNATION

 

Jesselyn A. Radack, Founder & Executive Director of the Coalition for Civil Rights and Democratic Liberties, Review of Law and Social Change, 2005, 29 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 525, p. 550

 

Furthermore, when in ,,,,,aluable given the high-stake circumstances.

 

GENEVA CONVENTION AFFORDS DUE PROCESS TO ALL DETAINEES REGARDLESS OF THEIR STATUS

 

Human Rights Institute of International Bar Association, Amicus Brief, Rasul v Bush, 2003 U.S. Briefs 334, January 14, 2004, p. 26 (HARVCL2059)

Even where the presumption of ?.. a minimum of legal recourse.

 

FAILURE TO ABIDE BY GENEVA CONVENTION HURTS US SOFT POWER

 

Anthony Lewis, New York Times Columnist, Wisconsin Law Review, 2003, 2003 Wis. L. Rev. 257, p. 261-2 (HARVCL3913)

More deeply, the resistance to the ,,,, whose concern for its own sovereignty trumps everything else.

 

 

1AC Solvency ? 3/3

 

POW STATUS TRIGGERS MANY PROTECTIONS

 

Wayne McCormack, Professor of Law, University of Utah, San Diego International Law Journal, 2004, 5 San Diego Int'l L.J. 7, p. 66 (HARVCL3866)

With regard to conditions of confinement,,,,, for guarding them and to each other."

 

COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW?LIKE GENEVA CONVENTION?ONLY WAY TO PREVENT ABUSES LIKE THOSE ALLEGED AT GITMO

 

Amnesty International, United States, Human Dignity Denied, Torture and accountability in the ?war on terror,? October 27, 2004, http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGAMR511452004 (HARVCL2080)

The decision to reject the ,,,,,, and abuse".(29)

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My webpages are loading slow, so I decided to not put the rest up. If you look hard for them youcan find them.

 

 

love

jamie

nhs 2006

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fast track has also cut a separate GTMO aff that was somewhat critical.

 

the drug war case was specific to colombia and tried to harp on the fact that the USFG drug spraying was a "search without probable cause"

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From Mr. Kevin Kuswa, once again.

 

 

Waves 2 & 3

 

Emergency Constitution CP / Ans. -- Cole and Tribe vs. Ackerman

The Torture Debate--strauss, olson, dershowitz, tribe (torture, types, works, fails, can be checked, ethics)

Politics DA--social security, some iraq scenarios, very link-heavy

XO CP--multiple net benefits, including preventing public backlash (separate DA), religious right

Topicality/Agent Spec--seven developed violations, definition section, a-spec &o-spec w/extn.

International Human Rights Standards CP--Geneva convention adherence, War Crimes Act of 96 adherence, and prisoner classification change solvency.

Court Bad--hollow hope, model fails, evil court, clog

Social Movements DA (small)

State of Exception and Exceptional State--agamben position about politics, agency, resistance. the key questions center on sovereignty and governmentality (how they support and repel). can be run with some resolutional pics (empire-style net benefits)

Disciplinary Power--mostly foucault, butler, shell and link modules for race-based affirmatives.

Framework Files--multiple directions. advocacies for views of fiat, discourse, the resolution, and change.

Normativity and ans.--multiple link modules

CLS--standard indeterminacy, classism, debate with crt both ways, ans.

CRT--case front-lines vs racial profiling affirmatives (race "blind" precedent bad), race traitor alternatives

Detention is in the Mind K--mix of freedom from and freedom to with marxism

Terror-Talk / threat construction

Korematsu Neg--large file, multiple strategies, case debate from multiple directions, security links, genealogy, race, topicality of the decision, court motives

Rights ans. files

Rendition Fill-in DA

Cap Bad (small)

Models DA--Russia, China, global (crack-down = stability abroad)

Narratives all directions--theory, ethics, voices, speaking for/to/with others. Radical feminist critique of narratives, patriarchy impact.

Small Democracy Promotion file

Theory file (small)

Terror DA (large)--links across the board (detention, search, wiretap, exyened detention, patriot act), multiple scenarios (power pants), internal iraq debate, extended aff ans.

Guantanamo Bay case neg

Equal Protection CP (vs. search cases--racial profiling) small--net ben is feminism, rights.

 

 

 

 

love

jamie

nhs 2006

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JDI/JEDI

 

Affs

Bell v. Wolfish

Data Mining

Sraft Doger

Drug Testing

Encryption

Federalism

Gitmo

HIV Exclusion

Iraq

Korematsu

Patriot Act

Racial Profiling

National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS)

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Encryption?

Something about key escrows on computers. When I debated it I didn't really understand it. They had a hackers advantage, though, which was really sweet.

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the encryption aff banned mandatory key disclosure for your encryption software. cops use the keys to search your email, electronic transactions and other online activity. encryption is the computer code used to lock that stuff (like password coding). key escrow is the government holding those keys so law enforcement can search. plan was to amend an existing piece of legislation to end that requirement to give the keys to the government to hold. advantages included economic competitiveness, e-commerce, first amendment, privacy, hackers and us/eu relations.

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Affs:

Gitmo

HIV Exclusion

 

Neg Stuff:

Morgan Powers CP

Ex Parte Merryman CP

Courts CPs

Movements DA

Fear Of Crime DA

CMR DA

Arms Control DA

Terrorism

Racial Backlash DA

Police Backlash DA

Rights Talk

Rights Malthus

 

 

 

Misc:

Util/Deontogoly

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SMSDI

 

GTMO BAY

Korematsu

bell v. Wolfish

Some John AShcroft aff about watching lawyers and detainees have conversations?

 

 

 

 

neg:

China DA

Heg

Movements

CAFTA Good/Bad

CMR DA

CLS

XO

T

Case Negs

 

and there will be one more wave of neg crap, I am probably forgetting a file or two.

 

 

love

jamie

nhs 2006

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Were cutting Release Aliens from area 51 (here at UT).

 

potential adv's: infinite energy, economy, space col, draconian war, us-alien fusion, us-gray relations (tons of i/l's), conspiracy theory good, ect.

 

Nate's lab cutting a critical border aff

 

potential adv's- exploitation, globalist gaze, realism bad adv's based off of sec-zation, biopolitics, colonialism, agamben-esque adv, ethnic based identity politics, cap bad-globalization, legal/human rights, cartographic amnesia, cartographic lens, plenary power, racism, economy, us - mexican relations, dehumanization,fear of the other, ect.

 

Jarus' lab are currently cutting gitmo

 

ect.

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JEDI/JDI:

 

Affs:

Bell v. Wolfish

Korematsu

Gitmo

Draft Dodger

Ban Draft

Iraq

Federalism

Immigration

HIV Exclusion

NSeers

Patriot Act

Racial Profiling

Drug Testing

 

Negs:

Process CPs

Theory

Terror and WTO

Judicial Activism

Hege Supp.

Gift K

Nayar K

Referendum CP

Demo Promo

CMR

Cafta

Ex parte merryman CP

Federalism

 

and more (ill update later)

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Three weekers put out

 

AFFS:

Gitmo

Whren v. US

Patriot Act

Korematsu v. US

 

NEG Shit:

Congress CP

Courts CP

Referendum CP

Politics (CAFTA, Tax Cuts and something else)

Movements DA (Hollow Hope and other specific issue DAs)

China DA

CLS

CRT

Feminist Jurisprudence

Capitalism K

 

 

 

I don't know what shit the 2 and 1 weekers put out because we didn't get their evidence.

 

I'll post whatever the Fellows put out when I get it.

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From another thread of what MNDI put out.

 

Verdugo- plan calls for changing of laws regarding detainment of foreign nationals without charge

Juvenile Detention- plan says we should remove attorney general from juvy SIJ process

Guantanamo- obvious

Patriot Act- remove three sections regarding wiretapping and library record searches

Body Cavity Searches-says that we should require probable cause for BCS in prisons

Drug War-require probable cause in searching for drugs

Racial Profiling-make it illegal, particulaly for car searches

Korematsu- eliminate the ability of the governemnt to detain an entire race or ethnic group

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SMSDI also put out a movements disad we will begin cutting more neg stuff tonight. here are some updates otherwise:

 

 

the bell v. wolfish aff is going to read a gender advantage

 

ashcroft is like a bunch of amendment advantages

 

korematsu is racism, realism, and affirmative action. I am also in the process of cutting Agamben for Korematsu that will probably also be turned out as a neg file

 

 

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jamie

nhs 2006

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Michigan 7 Week

 

Affs

 

Guantanamo

Extraordinary Rendition

War on Drugs

Housing Sweeps

National Identities

Korematsu

Patriot Act

Flores

Juvenile Detention

Juvenile Detention (Narrative)

 

Disads

 

Terrorism

Presidential Powers

Federalism

Politics (SSR Bad and Supreme Court Appointments)

Hollow Hope

 

CP

 

States

State Courts

Lopez

Reasonable Suspicion

Executive Order

Congress

Supreme Court

 

Kritiks

 

CLS

Lacan

Foucault

IR

Rights Malthus (I guess you could put this here)

 

Other Stuff

 

Hegemony File

Rights vs. Consequentialism

Topicality

 

 

That's all I can remember for now, 7 Week has been putting out a lot

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JDI/JEDI

 

Affs

Bell v. Wolfish

Data Mining

Sraft Doger

Drug Testing

Encryption

Federalism

Gitmo

HIV Exclusion

Iraq

Korematsu

Patriot Act

Racial Profiling

National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS)

 

What does the Iraq aff say?

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