Resolved: In the United States, the principle of jury nullification is a just check on government.
Resolved: Economic sanctions ought not be used to achieve foreign policy objectives.
March/April 2009 - Resolved: Vigilantism is justified when the government has failed to enforce the law.
November/December 2008- Resolved: In the United States, plea bargaining in exchange for testimony is unjust.
Resolved: Limiting economic inequality ought to be a more important social goal than maximizing economic freedom.
Resolved: That secondary education in America should value the fine arts over athletics.
Resolved: It is just for the United States to use military force to prevent the acquisition of nuclear weapons by nations that pose a military threat.