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    Phil Kerpen
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  1. hsdebate.com is down atm. Will it be back up?

  2. Topic paper: http://www.nfhs.org/WorkArea/linkit.aspx?LinkIdentifier=id&ItemID=4149
  3. Suggest you hit the email list promoting this.
  4. http://www.cross-x.com/work/2002-03/hyperspace.doc
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  6. Happy Birthday Kerpen

  7. The NFHS has announced the 2010-2011 topic. On a 24-13 vote, the winner is: Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially reduce its military and/or police presence in one or more of the following: South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, Turkey. Discuss here: http://www.cross-x.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?f=150
  8. Commercial messages from non-sponsors are prohibited under the terms of service you agreed to when you created your account. For sponsorship information, contact Phil Kerpen at pgk@philkerpen.com. Thanks.
  9. The NHFS announced the final topic choices for 2010-11: China and Military Deployment. Which do you prefer? CHINA Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its economic engagement with the People’s Republic of China on one or more of the following issues: trade, economy, environment. MILITARY DEPLOYMENT Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially reduce its military and/or police presence in one or more of the following: South Korea, Japan, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, Turkey.
  10. This week's Thursday File includes updates on the biggest issues facing congress in Health Care. The disad runs Health Care Reform Good because although opposition is growing, there is still hope for a sucessful bill. Also you will see updates on Immigration, Abortion, and other amendments to the Health Care bill, as well as AFF answers and miscellaneous link and uniqueness evidence. http://www.cross-x.com/evazon/product.php?id=10819
  11. Will end next Monday, November 23rd at Noon Eastern. Sorry for the delay. Vote here: http://www.cross-x.com/election.html Discuss here: http://www.cross-x.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?f=140
  12. New Thursday File with evidence as recent as Friday! 1) South Korea FTA disad is new to the year, and a pleasant break from Health Care for your judges. Many impacts including Asian stability, Hegemony, Global economy, and Trade 2) Key updates to Health Care reform now that it has passed the house. Evidence on momentum in the senate, time-tables, and a few tricky new impacts scenarios. Politics is really heating up as we approach Thanksgiving. Grab your courts CP, your Politics File, and GO NUTS! Enjoy, and Good Luck! Thanks, Mike
  13. Talk about the upcoming moderator elections. Elections will run from October 30th at Noon Eastern to November 6th at Noon Eastern. Election info: http://www.cross-x.com/vb/announcement.php?f=140 Discuss: http://www.cross-x.com/vb/forumdisplay.php?f=140
  14. President Obama must use his scarce political capital to pass climate change legislation by December in time for the Copenhagen Climate Change conference. If U.S. legislation has not passed through Congress by then, the conference will collapse. Copenhagen is our last chance to get meaningful international agreement on reducing global warming. The evidence for this is very recent: uniqueness (10.18), Obama capital key (10.16), US key to Copenhagen (10.12), Copenhagen key to fighting warming (10.19). Even the shell impact card - fate of the planet - is brand new (10.20). There is much in this file for the affirmative, too, beyond answers to the Copenhagen scenario. You'll find nearly 20 pages of recent affirmative answers to an increasingly popular politics scenario on the Middle East peace process. The file also includes several new "winners-win" cards to use to turn any political capital internal link, including a great all-purpose uniqueness card. Finally, the file covers some generic affirmative and negative politics ground: whether Obama's "war" on FOX News will help or hurt his agenda, whether the GOP has a chance in the upcoming midterms, and, of course, health care reform. http://www.cross-x.com/evazon/product.php?id=10799
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