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  1. maybe the weekend, cause my finals are this week... sorry!
  2. I will get the 1nr up over the weekend. I have too much homework right now... Sorry
  3. 1. fiat, the CP sues the USFG for not enforcing desegregation by the Endrew v Douglas 2. No, like you said, in the 2ac CX, the court ruling will rule IDEA illegal. As the recent Endrew v Douglas already ruled it to be illegal. All that is happening is that there is no enforcement of the recent ruling. Which means only through the CP is there going to be actual change as there will be actual change. In addition with no enforcement of implementation by the affirmative. Cause courts don't give funding, its congress. 3. a. implement UDL curriculum b.sue the USFG for underenforcement of Endrew v Douglas ruling c. have a funding mechanism for enforcement 4. sure 5. My Nash '17 evidence is pretty specific on this, under enforcement of the Endrew v Douglas ruling and implementation of the affirmative plan takes away state power. In which only by using the state cp, will we avoid a federal overreach provided i have read 2nc evidence which gives a impact to this Like Kurzweil '15 which states that state power is good, and Burke '12 which says federal overreach bad. 6. yeah, cause there is no enforcement of the Endrew v Douglas ruling, as provided by your status quo. Which mean all states should in order to make tangible change
  4. here is the 2nc....but first answer the follow-up question... approx 2450 2nc v john.docx
  5. can you tell me where in the current ruling of Endrew vs Douglass?
  6. CX 1. how do you circumvent IDEA? 2. how does your double bind work if our net benefit relies on the face that using political capital by passing the affirmative plan through the USFG is what triggers the midterm election, in which we use states? 3. how are special education laws different from education laws? 4. how do you meet your counter interpretation if you are also using court rulings? 5. why are the courts key to prevent violence if it has already been ruled illegal? 6. how does perm do both resolve the NB if the affirmative is still triggering the link of the DA?
  7. 1.The affirmative is able to add strategic planks to the affirmative in which the negative is never able to really prepare against. Really by having two planks in which one is USFG passing and one is court passing, the negative has to combat both in which this shifts the ground towards the affirmative. As there is aff conditionality in addition with shifting the affirmative inside the 2ac in which they are able to remove really any links from K and/or DA 2.conditional 3. My Taubman '17 evidence is pretty specific on how the death drive always wants us to return back to a inert state in which the affirmative's attempt to reform the status quo inevitably gets co-opted by the movement to return back. 4.So the first plank on the CP is saying that segregation is already ruled to be illegal as for example, Brown V Board of Education in which segregation of students were made illegal. More specific towards your affirmative Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District ruled that segregation by disabilities is illegal. In which under your status quo, this is not being enforced. By using the Nash '17 evidence, suing for under-enforcement allows for better state equality of power to the Federal Government. Which is inherently better than the affirmative as we have a net benefit of midterms DA 5. I would argue that this would be the root cause
  8. my word count check is not working cause of bad computer. but i'm able to usually get through the 4 off 1nc v udl.docx
  9. 7. where do you get the funding to implement affirmative?
  10. 1. Isn't segregation already ruled illegal? 2. Is this a courts plank, in which you rule segregation is illegal? 3. Do you defend the entirety of your affirmative? 4. Do you fiat the affirmative? 5. If you are arguing that we should focus on the affirmative's help for disabled people, is there really any help for other minorities? 6. What is in the UDL curriculum?
  11. DeliciousQ

    best k aff for next year

  12. DeliciousQ

    best k aff for next year

    Mestiza Consciousness is a theory in which latino/a live in a borderland between world where one (usually at home) you are forced to speak Spanish while at school, you are forced to speak English. Anzaldua (the author of Borderlands, would highly recommend if you were to get into the literature) is pretty specific on how at schools they force latino/a to speak English and to abandon their tongue. The idea is that you are in the middle, where you are forced to do both. There is usually poetry, as code switching is a form of affirming the latino/a identity. Heres a card Our exploration through subjective pluralism produces divergent thinking that allows us as xican@s to affirm our own identity Anzaldúa, Scholar of Chicana cultural theory, feminist theory, and queer theory, 1987[Gloria E., Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, p. 79, J.J.] These numerous possibilities leave la mestiza floundering in uncharted seas. In perceiving conflicting information and points of view, she is subjected to a swamping of her psychological borders. She has discovered that she can't hold concepts or ideas in rigid boundaries. The borders and walls that are supposed to keep the undesirable ideas out are entrenched habits and patterns of behavior; these habits and patterns are the enemy within. Rigidity means death. Only by remaining flexible is she able to stretch the psyche horizontally and vertically. La mestiza constantly has to shift out of habitual formations; from convergent thinking, analytical reasoning that tends to use rationality to move toward a single goal (a Western mode), to divergent thinking, characterized by movement away from set patterns and goals and toward a more whole perspective, one that includes rather than excludes. The new mestiza copes by developing a tolerance for contradictions, a tolerance for ambiguity. She learns to be an Indian in Mexican culture, to be Mexican from an Anglo point of view.
  13. DeliciousQ

    What is the difference between a PIC and a Advantage CP?

    Wouldn’t perm just solve the PIC then cause the net benefit is that you just include ESL learners? Another question about epistemology would be, how can I create a link from the AFF’s epistemology to like Cap K or Afro-Pes K?