Category Archives: Current Arguments

EU Turns Back Immigrants

African immigrants are trying to travel to Europe for a better life, but many don't make it. These desperate immigrants go through so much. For one thing, traveling is so hard. First the immigrants must save up a years salary worth just to ride on the boat. … Continue reading

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How YOU Can Go Green

Contrary to popular belief, going green isn't hard, and isn't expensive.  In fact, going green can save lots of money on electricity and heating bills.  It can also help relieve a guilty conscience. Tips on shopping: Buy in bulk.  Not … Continue reading

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Obama’s Energy and Environment Plans

Obama campaigned aggressively last year on the Environmental and Energy crises, and these have typically been strongholds for democrats.  A Gallup poll illustrating this is below: I have also created a Voicethread on Obama's environment plans.  Please comment. (As you … Continue reading

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Green Energy

One aspect of being green is replacing our fossil fuel energy sources with renewable ones.  Our new president, Barack Obama, has promised to do this soon (click here for a shorter version).  I also wrote a letter to President Obama expressing … Continue reading

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Are Kids Vermin?

In the UK, a commercial will be coming out on November 24, stating kids are like animals. In their commercial they are saying people think kids are horrible and are a nuisance. They took a survey and 54% of the adults say kids are … Continue reading

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Voodoo Doll Madness

On October 22, 2008 President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, sued the company K&B for putting his face on a voodoo doll without his permission.  There was a voodoo doll of his opponent in the election as well, but she wasn't … Continue reading

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Cell Phones in School

You know what? I was sitting in homeroom yesterday and I heard my principal say something very commonly said in schools: "The staff and I have issued a new rule, all cell phone usage is prohibited until the last period … Continue reading

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