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    1. Should everyone in the United States be required to carry a national identity card?
    2. Is equal opportunity available to all in the United States?
    3. Should a criminal corrections system reform, punish, or isolate?
    4. Does pornography show negative images of women and men?
    5. Should victimless crimes be decriminalized?
    6. Should social security be eliminated?
    7. Should outdoor advertising (billboards, buses) be banned?
    8. Does advertising contribute to consumer fears? How?
    9. Examine ways to avoid being duped by advertisers.
    10. Should political candidates be allowed to advertise for free?
    11. What values do advertisements reflect? Explain.
    12. Discuss this statement: Age is a social state not a biological one.
    1. Which is more important—economic prosperity or conservation of our natural resources?
    2. Why are gender role changes occurring more rapidly for women than for men?
    3. We have heard of the liberated woman. Is there any such thing as the liberated male? Define.
    4. Who should punish the
    5. Has zero tolerance in high schools gone too far? No guns, no knives, but students have been suspended for having scissors and toy guns.
    6. In what ways has terrorism worked?
    7. Should the government subsidize museums and cultural events even if some people find the art or event obscene?
    8. Should the government (federal, state, or local) tell a home owner how to maintain his or her property?
    9. There are many abandoned strip shopping centers in Hampton Roads (Mercury Boulevard, for example), yet growth is exploding in other areas (Patrick Henry Mall, for example). Should there be restrictions on growth? Advertising encourages unhealthy habits. Explain.

Did you look at the list of topics to avoid on page one?

    1. Advertising feeds on human weaknesses and exaggerates the importance of material things, encouraging “impure” emotions and vanities.
    2. Advertising sells daydreams—distracting, purposeless visions of lifestyles beyond the reach of the majority of the people who are most exposed to advertising.
    3. Advertising warps our vision of reality, implanting in us groundless fears and insecurities.
    4. Advertising downgrades the intelligence of the public.

Do not do any research on the first two essays

    1. Advertising debases English.
    2. Advertising perpetuates racial and sexual stereotypes.
    3. Should Pete Rose be forgiven for gambling on baseball and be allowed to participate in baseball activities and maybe even be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame?
    4. Should police chases be stopped or curtailed?
    5. Should hate crimes carry stiffer penalties?
    6. Should organ donors be paid?
    7. Should the movies’ rating system be changed, and how would you change it?
    8. Should advertisements on television be censored?
    9. Should workers be forced to retire at a certain age?
    10. Should women be required to sign up for the selective service?

Did you know that arguable topics have at least two sides, a pro and a con? If your topic does not have two sides, it is not an argument. You only take one side in your essay.

    1. Has political correctness gone too far?
    2. Should prison sentences for drug possession be changed? Explain how.
    3. Segregation of races ended in the 1950s. Are we still a segregated society?
    4. Should restrictions on wetlands be lifted, modified, or intensified?
    5. Should busing be used as a way to maintain a racial balance in schools?
    6. Should reparations be paid to ancestors of slaves?
    7. Should the states impose restrictions on automobile modification?
    8. Many television shows are featuring more gay characters and people, for example, “Will and Grace,” “The Real World,” “Modern Family,” and “It’s a Brad, Brad World”—to mention a few.  Do these shows perpetuate gay stereotypes or change gay stereotypes?
    9. Should the draft be re-instated?

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    1. Should a pharmacist have the right to refuse to fill a prescription for birth control or the morning after pill if it violates his or her ethics?
    2. What should be done with Fort Monroe?
    3. The state of Virginia made it a requirement that all unmarried men (fifteen and up) notify the state when they have sex to help identify fathers if the child is placed up for adoption. Should states make this mandatory?
    4. Should celebrities be considered role models? Name specific celebrities.
    5. Barry Bonds broke Hank Aaron’s home run record; however, controversy clouds the accomplishment because of Bonds’ alleged steroid use. Some say the record is tainted. What do you think?

Many of the topics are large and have to be narrowed and focused. You cannot cover everything.

    1. Should every able-bodied citizen be required to serve for a certain period of time in some branch of the military service?
    2. Discuss some practical ways in which each of us can help conserve natural resources.
    3. How has the women’s liberation women movement affected relationships between men and women?
    4. Should court proceedings be televised, not just national cases but local court cases as well?
    5. Women can now assume combat duties. Is this a good idea?
    6. Should the Boy Scouts lift its ban on gays?

Do not do any research on the first two essays

    1. Does society allow women to assume masculine roles (define) more readily than it allows males to assume feminine roles (define)?  Why?
    2. Should American presidents be elected for one six-year term and not be eligible for reelection?

The news, talking to friends, family, and fellow students are excellent ways to find topics and do not constitute research.

    1. In the United States, as a rule, are the punishments imposed appropriate to the crimes committed?
    2. “Human rights” is a term frequently used but seldom defined. What rights should belong to every human being?
    3. Do competitions like the Miss America and Miss Universe exploit women?
    4. Does American Idol humiliate its contestants, especially at the beginning of the season?
    5. Should young children be allowed to participate in beauty pageants?
    6. Many people criticize parents who place their children in daycare, saying that they are simply institutionalizing (warehousing) people. What do you think of this idea?
    7. Should public agencies be required to inform parents if their minor children (those under seventeen) seek birth control?

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    1. Partners in marriage often write their own detailed marriage contracts, covering such matters as the number of children they wish to have and the management of money. Is this a good idea?
    2. Should boxing as a sport be banned?
    3. Should a person tell his or her spouse about past sexual encounters?
    4. To what extent does the public need to know about a presidential candidate’s private life?
    5. Should the school year of elementary, middle schools, and high schools be extended?
    6. Michael Vick was convicted of using dogs to fight. He was sentenced to twenty-three months in prison. Was this a fair judgment? Why or Why not?

Do not do any research for the first two essays. I will give you the topics for essays three and four.

    1. Animals have been used in hunting since time began. There is no reason why dogs cannot be used. Agree or disagree with this statement.
    2. Identify one show on television, other than a news broadcast, and explain the values that it displays and explain whether you find those values acceptable or unacceptable.
    3. Some people believe that the Earth is being harmed (damaged) by human activity. Others feel that human activity makes the Earth a better place to live. What is your opinion? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Did you know that writing about what you know is the best way to be a good writer?

    1. Should governments spend more money on improving roads and highways, or should governments spend more money on improving public transportation (buses, trains, subways)? Why? Use specific reasons and details to develop your essay.
    2. Should a city try to preserve its old, historic buildings or destroy them and replace them with modern buildings? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Do not do any research on the first two essays

    1. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Boys and girls should attend separate schools. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Every essay should show critical thinking. Critical thinking means insight. For example, if I gave everyone the same topic and everyone gave the same argument with the same examples, there is no critical thinking taking place. What are you bringing to the essay that is unique?

    1. Some people think governments should spend as much money as possible exploring outer space (for example, traveling to the Moon and to other planets). Other people disagree and think governments should spend this money for our basic needs on Earth. Which of these two opinions do you agree with? Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.
    2. Describe a custom from your country that you would like people from other countries to adopt. Explain your choice, using specific reasons and examples.

Do not do any research on the first two essays

    1. Groups or organizations are an important part of some people’s lives. Why are groups or organizations important to people? Use specific reasons and examples to explain your answer.

I have used this list of topics before, so bring something original to the discussion.

    1. Some famous athletes and entertainers earn millions of dollars every year. Do you think these people deserve such high salaries? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.
    2. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? A zoo has no useful purpose. Use specific reasons and examples to explain your answer.
    3. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Watching television does not challenge children intellectually. Use specific details and examples to support your answer. Focus on specific shows and do not attempt to cover every show on television.
    4. At what age should a young person have a Facebook page? Why?
    5. Facebook is a tremendous waste of time.
    6. Facebook has its critics, but it has its advantages.
    7. Should teachers communicate with students via Facebook?
    8. Meeting someone through a dating service on-line is a pathetic way to meet someone.
    9. Meeting someone through a dating service on-line is an excellent way to meet someone.
    10. The Transportation Security Administration has recently come under fire for invasive security checks at airports. For example, x-ray machines reveal too much of a person’s body, and pat downs that some argue border on sexual harassment. What is your opinion?
    11. Define patriotism (no dictionary definitions please)
    12. Define honor (no dictionary definitions please).
    13. Define character (no dictionary definitions please)

Do not do any research on the first two essays

    1. Men handle stress better than women.
    2. Women handle stress better than men.
    3. Grade twelve should be eliminated from high school.
    4. Another technique for measuring knowledge should be implemented in schools other than the SOLs.
    5. Historically black colleges, like Hampton University, Norfolk State, and Howard University, etc., are a good idea.
    6. Historically black colleges, like Hampton University, Norfolk State, and Howard University, etc., serve no significant purpose.
    7. Many students are graduating from high school and can only read and write at a fourth and fifth grade level. Make a proposal as to what should be done.
    8. Many businesses have cubicles for employees. Employees decorate these cubicles with family photos and other things. There should be restrictions on the kinds of and number of things displayed. Or take the opposite side.
    9. How do we determine what is morally right and wrong?
    10. What’s the difference between a moral and non-moral issue?
    11. Is sense of morality inherent in all individuals?
    12. Is Socrates right when he says that evil and other negative actions are the result of ignorance?
    13. Is acting morally requisite if a person is to reach his full potential?
    14. Do universal moral principles exist? If so, what are these universal morals?
    15. Is moral behavior necessary for happiness?
    16. Should reason be the sole basis for determining what actions are morally right or wrong?
    17. Are a society’s values always rooted in morality? Are values necessarily based on universal morality?
    18. Is every human action rooted in a self-serving motivation?
    19. What is justice? How do we determine if something is “just.”
    20. Is justice universal or is it a human social construct? Does justice exist outside human society?
    21. Do the ends ever justify the means? What is an example of this?
    22. Can “an eye for an eye” be morally justified?
    23. Is there such a thing as a justified killing? Is all murder morally wrong?
    24. Is media censorship ever justified? If so, on what grounds?
    25. Is there an argument that can justify killing an animal to eat meat when vegetarian options are readily available?
    26. Is it unethical to test on animals, even if the testing helps save human lives?
    27. What rights should be afforded to animals? On what basis?
    28. Are needle exchange programs ethical? Does this promote drug use?
    29. Is employee drug testing justified? What are the moral and ethical implications?
    30. Is it a wealthy nation’s moral obligation to help poorer nations?
    31. Should the wealthy be required to subsidize programs to aid the poor?
    32. Is there a moral or ethical obligation to recycle, green-build and take other pro-environment actions?
    33. What ethical obligation do people have when it comes to saving endangered species?
    34. Is it ethical to take measures to preserve an endangered species, even if this negatively impacts other species?
    35. Why kids should stop attending school at the age of sixteen (the con side of this argument could be that kids should attend school until the age of twenty-one or the age they do today)
    36. Why the school day should be shorter (or longer or the same)
    37. Why the school year should be shorter (or longer or the same)
    38. Why cell phones should be allowed in school (or not)
    39. Why students should be paid for good grades (or not)
    40. Why banned books should be allowed and studied in school (or not)
    41. Why all students should have after-school jobs (or not)
    42. Why all students should participate in extracurricular activities (or not)
    43. Why grades don’t matter (or do)
    44. Why the work week should be shorter (or longer)
    45. Why the standard full-time work day should be shorter (or longer)
    46. Why video games are good for kids (or bad)
    47. Why computer time is good for kids (or bad)
    48. Why (name any TV show) is good for kids or families (or bad)
    49. Why Facebook and other social networking sites are important for people to use (or not)
    50. Why violence and sex on TV shows is okay (or not)
    51. Why advertisements should be limited (or not)
    52. Should parents be charged with child abuse if they have an overweight child?
    53. Should teens who engage in sexting (sending nude or partially nude photos via cell phone) be charge with distributing child pornography?
    54. Write a review of a restaurant others should visit.
    55. Write a review of a book that you think others should read.
    56. Write a review of a movie that others should see.
    57. Write a review of a television program that others should see.
    58. Write a review of a musical group that others should hear.
    59. Write a review of a product that someone should try.
    60. Parents no longer raise children. Children raise themselves.
    61. There are just about no video stores. Instead, there are kiosks such as Red Box and Blockbusters outside stores, or there are on-line rentals. Video stores had certain advantages. Or take the stand that the current ways to rent are better.
    62. Should nurses be required to administer CPR if it goes against policy?

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