Older people believe that people under 18 can't fall in love and especially not get married! But isn't there people that are still together today after falling in love at a young age and getting married at 18 or younger?!?! It's so possible. But what is your view on this topic?
The many controversial points brought up within debates similar to that of corporate sponsorships caught my attention and led me to creating this debate. Is Corporate sponsorship something positive, or negative? Should the government be the only source of funding within public schools? Whats your op
The Civil War was one of the bloodiest conflicts in american history. It began with the secession of seven southern states, in 1861, and continued for four years. The Southern states thought that the removal of slavery was an outrage, and would die over it. The North wanted to free the slaves and ke
Since the end of 2009 when fears about Greece’s economy mounted and its debt was downgraded, the European Union (E.U.) has faced a big challenge: deciding whether or not it should bail out member countries. Three countries Ireland, Portugal, and Greece, have so far received or are in the process
American Football is kept competitive by sharing out much of the revenue that is generated by the sport equally between the clubs and by salary caps. This means that the sport does not divide into big and small clubs, between rich and poor the way that British football has. There is some revenue sha
2011 is the UN International Year of Forests. Forests cover almost a third of the Earth's landmass, are home to 300 million people and support the livelihoods of 1.6 billion people. Forests are overexploited when they are logged faster than the forest can grow back making the exploitation of the fo
In a multi-faith Country we should not be wishing everyone a Merry Christmas but rather we should follow the Americans in wishing Season’s Greetings. Should we be celebrating ‘Christmas’ when most of our population no longer practices Christianity? It is however still a tradition and while we
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