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Know Why You Believe?

This is what my blog is about in a nutshell. Making sure people know why they believe, as well as what the Bible says about certain things. 2,443 more words


Seminar on Balochistan Missing Persons at Karachi University despite administration refusing permission

Sabin Mahmud was killed after organizing an event on Balochistan in T2F in Karachi, and more recently, Syed Wahidur Rehman, a Karachi professor was also shot dead. 100 more words


Democrats Take Fire for Exclusivity Clause in Official Debates

The Democratic National Committee is coming under fire for its takeover of the presidential primary debate process.

Just minutes after announcing that it will only sanction six contests and that candidates who appear in any debate outside of those six will be barred from attending a sanctioned debate, Lis Smith, a spokeswoman for likely Democratic contender former Maryland Gov. 430 more words


Ah, the culling of Facebook friends. An unfriending.

Never before, it seems, has an innocuous almost imperceptible physical action been bestowed such power. A single mouse-click causing immeasurable furore. 640 more words

Democrats to Face Off in 6 Primary Debates

The Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday that it will approve six presidential primary debates for those seeking the nomination beginning this fall.

Each of the four early states — Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina — will host debates, the party announced. 197 more words

Labour and the Greens visit Paris (or a debating rhetoric lesson)

This post may be of interest to debating courses, and in particular those wanting to introduce a bit of rhetorical analysis.

First off I used a photo prompt to get students to come up with a debating point. 470 more words


The GOP's First Big 2016 Test: Fitting Candidates on the Debate Stage

The Republican Party has a whole new debate problem in 2016.

After suffering through a seemingly endless and unwieldy stream of 23 debates in the 2012 cycle, the Republican National Committee took control of the process, marshaling networks and candidates to agree to a framework where they only participate in fewer than a dozen sanctioned debates. 998 more words