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January-February 2017 NSDA Lincoln-Douglas: University Free Speech

January-February 2017 NSDA Lincoln-Douglas: University Free Speech

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Big Sky Debate is pleased to release its November-December 2016 NSDA Lincoln- Douglas resources on university free speech!

The resolution, released by the National Speech and Debate Association on December 1, 2016, is:

Resolved: Public colleges and universities in the United States ought not restrict any constitutionally protected speech.

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University Free Speech Index

META

  • PUBLIC FORUM ANALYSIS

AFFIRMATIVE

  • SPEECH CODES BAD: HURT FREEDOM
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: PUNISH INDIVIDUALITY
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: PUNISH WITHOUT DUE PROCESS
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: PUNISH PEOPLE FOR USING THEIR 1ST AMENDMENT RIGHTS
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: LEAD TO ARBITRARY PROSECUTION
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: FULL OF ON-FACE SILLY RULES
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: AKIN TO MCCARTHYISM
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: AKIN TO MAOISM
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: DEGRADING TO HUMAN BEINGS
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: HURTS EDUCATION
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: UNCONSTITUTIONAL
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT IS SUSPECT
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: PRIOR CONSTRAINTS ARE LESS DEFENDABLE
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: NO BRIGHT LINE ON HATE SPEECH AND LEGITIMATE SPEECH
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: EVEN BALANCES CODES ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACCORDING TO COURTS
  • SPEECH CODES BAD: MAKE SPEECH SEEM MORE OFFENSIVE THAN IT ACTUALLY IS
  • FREE SPEECH ZONES BAD: UNCONSTITUTIONAL
  • BEYOND SPEECH CODES: EVEN WITHOUT CAMPUSES WILL REGULATE
  • CENSORSHIP: INEFFECTIVE
  • CENSORSHIP: ALWAYS ACCOMPANIED BY NOBLE GOALS
  • OFFENSIVE SPEECH PROTECTED: 1ST AMENDMENT DESIGNED TO PROTECT AWFUL SPEECH
  • OFFENSIVE SPEECH PROTECTED: CAN’T REGULATE SENSIBILITIES
  • OFFENSIVE SPEECH PROTECTED: CAN’T LEGISLATE BASED ON FEELINGS
  • CAMPUS FREE SPEECH IMPORTANT: UNIVERSITIES = MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS
  • CAMPUS FREE SPEECH IMPORTANT: EVEN IF SPEECH HURTS, BUT DISCOURSE IS CRITICAL
  • CAMPUS FREE SPEECH IMPORTANT: CAMPUS LIBERTY = OUR NATION’S LIBERTY
  • CAMPUS FREE SPEECH IMPORTANT: COLLEGES OF EDUCATION PARTICULARLY IMPACTED
  • ALTERNATIVE TO REGULATION: RESPONSIVE USE OF FREE EXPRESSION
  • ALTERNATIVE TO REGULATION: PEER PRESSURE
  • A/T: R-E-S-P-E-C-T
  • A/T: BALANCE NEGATIVES
  • A/T: HARASSMENT JUSTIFIES REGULATION
  • A/T: ORDER JUSTIFIES SPEECH LIMITS
  • A/T: FIRST AMENDMENT DOESN’T APPLY TO COLLEGES
  • A/T: RISK MANAGEMENT OR LIABILITY JUSTIFIES SPEECH LIMITS
  • A/T: REGULATING OUTSIDERS SPEECH JUSTIFIED
  • A/T: YOU AGREE WITH HORRIBLE SPEECH??!

NEGATIVE

  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: CAMPUSES ABSOLUTELY HAVE THE RIGHT TO REGULATE
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: MUST REGULATE HATE SPEECH, OTHERWISE IT CREATE A POWDER KEG
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: HIGH TESTS TO LIMIT SPEECH EXIST, BUT, THEY DO EXIST
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: SPEECH CAN BE REGULATED IF IT IS HARMFUL AND NOT POLITICAL IN NATURE
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: WITHOUT, CAMPUSES ARE LEFT TO REGULATE HARASSMENT WHICH IS TOO COMPLEX
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: HATE SPEECH HURTS DEBATE AND DISCOURSE
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: TAKE AWAY LEARNING OBSTRUCTIONS
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: HATE SPEECH DESTROYS VICTIM’S RIGHT TO EDUCATION
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: HATE SPEECH SUBJUGATES
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: BALANCES RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: FOSTER LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: STUDENTS SUPPORT AND DEMAND THEM
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: COLLEGE STUDENTS NEED TO BE TREATED LIKE KIDS
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: CAMPUS LIFE AND PUBLIC LIFE ARE DIFFERENT
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: CLASSROOMS CAN’T ALLOW EVERY TOPIC TO BE DISCUSSED
  • SPEECH CODES GOOD: COLLEGE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
  • NO HARM TO SPEECH CODES: LITTLE HARM EXISTS
  • NO HARM TO SPEECH CODES: JUST LEAVE CAMPUS, YO!
  • SPEECH CODES LEGITIMATE: CAMPUSES ARE NOT PUBLIC FORUMS
  • SPEECH CODES LEGITIMATE: COURTS SUPPORT LIMITS WHEN IT HURTS THE ABILITY OF A GOVERNMENT AGENCY TO DO ITS FUNCTION
  • EVEN WITHOUT SPEECH CODES, CAMPUS MUST REGULATE HATEFUL SPEECH
  • 1ST AMENDMENT NOT ABSOLUTE
  • MEANINGFUL LIMITS GOOD: LEGITIMATE OPERATIONS OF SPACE JUSTIFY REGULATION
  • MEANINGFUL LIMITS GOOD: DESPITE RHETORIC, THE SUPREME COURT HAS SUPPORTED EVERY REASONABLE ATTEMPT AT CAMPUS SPEECH REGULATION
  • MEANINGFUL LIMITS GOOD: SOME PRACTICAL LIMITS CAN BE GOOD USE OF SPEECH REGULATION ON CAMPUS
  • MEANINGFUL LIMITS GOOD: COURTS HAVE BLESSED ATTEMPTS FROM OUTSIDERS TO ENGAGE IN SPEECH ACTS ON CAMPUS
  • GOOD SPEECH CODES: ADL GUIDELINES
  • GOOD SPEECH CODES: SPECIFIC
  • A/T: BUT WHAT ABOUT THE GRAND DEBATES IN COLLEGE!
  • A/T: NEED THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS!
  • A/T: NEED FREEEEEDOOMMMMM ON CAMPUS!
  • A/T: 1ST AMENDMENT JUSTIFIES ALL SPEECH
  • A/T: SPEECH CODES WILL LIMIT STUDENT SOCIAL INTERACTION
  • A/T: 1ST AMENDMENT PROTECTS RACISM
  • A/T: SPEECH CODES = CONFORMITY

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