2015-2016

The rounds had three possible resolutions for teams to choose from.

Round 1: 

This house will institute a 1% tax on gambling on the internet.

This house will enact a mandatory retirement age of 65 for federal judges.

This house believes tahta the US government should abolish the US Postal Service.

Round 2: 

Resolved: Jeb Bush would be a preferential Republican candidate than Carly Fiorina.

Resolved: Ted Cruz would be a preferential Republican candidate than Donald Trump.

Resolved: Bernie Sanders would be a preferential Democratic candidate than Hillary Clinton.

Round 3:

Resolved: California should abolish the common core.

Standardized testing in schools does more harm than good.

The USFG should substantially increase student loan forgiveness programs.

Round 4:

Resolved: The USFG should grant statehood to Puerto Rico.

Resolved: THE USFG should immediately close the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

Resolved: This House believes that Brazil is unfit to host the 2016 Olympics.

Round 5:

This house would condemn the actions of Saudi Arabia.

This house should close its borders to refugees.

This house should significantly increase its global relations with Qatar.

Quarterfinals:

Resolved: Mandatory minimum sentencing should be abolished.

Resolved: Police officers should be required to wear body cameras while on duty in the United States.

Resolved: The USFG should legalize the recreational use of maurijuana.

Semifinals:

Resolved: The USFG should substantially increase its engagement with the Republic of Korea.

Resolved: The USFG should substantially increase its diplomatic engagement with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Resolved: The Association of South East Asian nations should the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste to its member nations.

Finals:

Resolved: Internet prep should be allowed during prep time in Parliamentary debate at all tournaments.