o Do abstinence programs really work?
o Should alcohol, cigar and contraceptive adverts be banned in the interest of health/morality/annoyance?
o Why are there so many wars in Africa? Is there a solution for all the problems?
o Lately there have been so many plane accidents, is the aviation industry safe?
o What is the ultimate solution for aviation accidents?
o Should the government use invasive pat-downs and body scans to ensure passenger safety at airports or are there better methods?
o Has U.S. policy actually spread terrorism rather than contain it? Will it get better or worse? Why and how?
o Should the U.S. lower the drinking age to 18?
o Should it be illegal to use animals for sports and entertainment?
o Should arming of pilots be an option to aviation security?
o Should shoe companies be able to give away free shoes and equipment to high school athletes?
o Do beauty contest serve any purpose in society?
o Do beauty contests promote moral decadency?
o What is your view of the current infrastructural networks in the country?
o Should the state or federal government put laws into place to prevent bullying?
o Is IT improving society or it has more harmful consequences to the society?
o Should parent control the content their children read?
o What is your view about cheap labor in the US?
o Why are children used in wars? Is there a foreseeable solution to the problem?
o What is your opinion on religious fundamentalism?
o Is breaking the law for a cause justifiable?
o If civil couples have the same rights/privileges of married people, why get married?
o Is global warming a hoax? Is it being exaggerated?
o Should the use of coal be subjected to stricter environmental regulations than other fuels?
o Should college athletes be paid?
o What are the latest ways to steal identity and money?
o Should we reform laws to make it harder to get a divorce?
o Should DDT be re-approved for use in the wake of recent bedbug outbreaks across the country?
o Does the Information Age mean we are losing important historical information?
o Exams often do little more than measure a person’s ability to take exams. Should exams be outlawed in favor of another form of assessment?
o Are we taking it too far by blaming fast food restaurants for obesity? When is it individual responsibility and when is it appropriate to place blame?
o Should convicted felons have the right to vote?
o Is feminism still relevant? How do young women view feminism?
o Should companies allow employees to exercise on work time?
o Should children be required to say the Pledge of Allegiance in schools?
o Steroids. Anitbiotics. Sprays. Are food manufacturers killing us?
o Should teens in the U.S. adopt the British custom of taking a “gap year” between high school and college?
o Should there be a constitutional amendment that allows gays and lesbians to legally marry?
o How 4 different generations in the workplace can work together.
o In some European schools, fewer than 10% of students get As. Is there grade inflation in the U.S.? Why so many As for Americans?
o Most developed nations have universal health coverage. Why doesn’t the U.S., the wealthiest nation, have it?
o Should denial of the Holocaust be illegal?
o Are we safer since the creation of this department?
o In some states, it is illegal to cheat on a spouse. Should we prosecute cheaters? Is a law that’s not enforced really a law?
o Should illegal immigrants be made legal citizens?
o Are children smarter (or more socialized) because of the Internet?
o Should the federal government be allowed to regulate information on the internet?
o What, if anything, should be done medically and socially?
o Is America winning or losing the War? What is the measurement of success? Have the benefits outweighed the costs?
o Are they being cheated on medical benefits?
o Should newspaper reporters be required to reveal their sources?
o Should juvenile offenders be tried and punished as adults?
o Should the U.S. join Kyoto to curb greenhouse gases?
o Should the U.S. stop importing Chinese-manufactured toys?
o Are Americans “literate?”
o How can we balance the need to lower the cost of malpractice insurance with the fact that physician malpractice is one of the leading causes of death?
o Should government legalize the use of marijuana?
o Does the media, both print and broadcast, report fairly? Does it ever cross the line between reporting the news and creating the news?
o Should the U.S. have mandatory military conscriptions? For whom?
o What safety measures made the recent Canadian mining accident a non-casualty event, while recent U.S. mining accidents have been fatal?
o Should there be a minimum weight limit?
o Should stay-at-home moms get a salary from the government?
o What is life for them like in the U.S. after September 11, 2001?
o How much is too much noise? What, if anything, should we do to curb it?
o How do men and women communicate differently using body language, and why does it matter (in dating, the workplace, social circles)?
o Should thin people have to pay Medicare and other health costs for the health problems of obese people? Should obese people have higher premiums?
o Do oil companies make big bucks while the rest of us pay over $3 a gallon?
o Should we legalize the sale of human organs?
o What would happen globally if the demand for natural resources is greater than the supply?
o What, if any, limitations should be applied to the paparazzi?
o Should parents be held responsible when their children break laws?
o Parental filters on the Internet. Does censorship actually increase curiosity and use of pornography?
o Should there be a national database to track controlled substances (i.e., oxycodone) or should it be a state issue?
o Should the government be allowed to wire tap without permission?
o What medical information should be confidential? Who, if anybody, should have access to medical records?
o Does the public have a right to know about a public figure’s private life?
o Does media coverage promote racism?
o What is your take on religious doctrines? Should the government help secure certain religions establish themselves in the US?
o Why do normally patient people become impatient behind the wheel?
o Should government impose restrictions on what kinds of foods can be served in school cafeterias?
o What are some of the pros and cons of school uniforms?
o Once they leave prison, are laws about where they may live and be employed unfair?
o Do children learn better in boys-only and girls-only schools?
o Should the federal government pass a nationwide indoor smoking ban?
o How is it different from shyness? And, are we a society of anxiety?
o Should spanking be outlawed?
o What are the effects on children whose parents push them in sports?
o Recently, a 17-year-old boy was sentenced to 10 years in prison for having consensual oral sex with a 15-year-old girl. Are statutory rape laws patronizing to girls and discriminatory to boys?
o Should steroids be legalized?
o What leads to individuals becoming suicide bomber?
o Can terrorism ever be justified?
o Has it helped women’s sports? Has it harmed men’s sports?
o Does parental “tough love” really work?
o Do certain children’s toys create social or emotional problems?
o Should parents avoid vaccinating their children?
o Women still earn only 75 cents for every $1 a man earns. Explain why.
o There’s a minimum wage, but should there also be a maximum wage/salary a person can earn?
o Is wind energy really that cheap? Is it effective? Is it practical?
o Should women be priests, pastors, ministers, and rabbis?
o Do Americans work too hard? Does working more actually reduce productivity? Is a 40-hour work week too much? Should there be a mandatory cap on the number of hours a person can work? Should there be changes in employment laws to give Americans more relaxation time?
o What differences, if any, are there in children who are raised by stay-at-home moms and working moms? Does society today still discriminate against working mothers who wish to have flexible work schedules?
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