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Room for Debate: The Benefits of Offering Priests the Option to Marry http://t.co/TKZ0opQRXP
11/22
2014
Room for Debate: Should Catholic Priests Remain Celibate? http://t.co/FikNZ8WxGkThe problem was the housing bubble and bad mortgages, not cash out refinancing; NYT Room for Debate http://t.co/ct5kXoGd0f
Retweeted by Room for DebateIf clerical marriage became more common, how would the Catholic Church change? http://t.co/AGZduXpML0Priests as Husbands and Fathers? http://t.co/xwbzbX6FdA http://t.co/1HCtSpYyiRRoom for Debate: Clerical Celibacy in the Catholic Church Is the Mystery of God's Love http://t.co/y5hpsxEfYVIs 'Big Marijuana' Inevitable? http://t.co/RWVoXlORWJ our debate looking at decriminalization vs commercialization http://t.co/F2aXXtROB4Room for Debate: The Benefits of Offering Priests the Option to Marry http://t.co/qr1tulzQl9Should Catholic Priests Remain Celibate? http://t.co/PNXBehCejpRoom for Debate: Stricter Rules for Refinancing Your House? http://t.co/lFHW0VC9EvPresident Obama confronts Congress by announcing action on immigration, but does he have the authority? http://t.co/SeAKsMSStVShould refinancing come with greater restrictions to protect home buyers? @nicolegelinas on @roomfordebate http://t.co/SH0EkEQ5NL
Retweeted by Room for DebateRoom for Debate: Constitutional Limits of Presidential Action on Immigration http://t.co/aKhwJMo4ZW
11/21
2014
Why cash-out refinances were so common in the lead up to the housing crisis: http://t.co/F0SQenZ10Q.@amdickerson: Flawed U.S. housing policies still focus almost exclusively on encouraging people to buy homes: http://t.co/wLW05a7F8pThe problem with the housing crisis was not refinanced mortgages: http://t.co/gfy5hs936K.@nicolegelinas: Cash-out refinancings mask what really ails the American economy: http://t.co/6sHWuE7yCgA debate over tightening rules for home refinancing, especially cash-out loans extracting equity. http://t.co/dVeU6F5R9G
Retweeted by Room for DebateShould there be tougher standards for refinancing a mortgage? http://t.co/71k6Kp67N6Should cash-out refinancing come with greater restrictions to protect home buyers? http://t.co/B2cwuOjoGVRoom for Debate: Tougher Standards on Mortgage Refinancing Would Ensure Stability http://t.co/WTDlrmgj9dRoom for Debate: Stricter Rules for Refinancing Your House? http://t.co/zHY5uXUsDnjoin our discussion about borrowing against your home - @RoomforDebate: Turning to One Debt to Pay Off Another http://t.co/DnwnjSV5no
11/20
2014
Stricter Rules for Refinancing Your House? http://t.co/EYDdwleKv3read 6 different takes on whether Obama has the authority to extend protections to illegal immigrants http://t.co/8nmRvXKnsKRoom for Debate: Obama's Own Words Refute His Stand on Immigration Authority http://t.co/zTgSKMyzpvdoes the president have the power to decide unilaterally whether to exempt millions of immigrants from deportation? http://t.co/Z6Lgfgxh0zRoom for Debate: The Constitutional Authority for Executive Orders on Immigration Is Clear http://t.co/iOaJtzLOMcRoom for Debate: Constitutional Limits of Presidential Action on Immigration http://t.co/AhuLnVTbDIRoom for Debate: Proposed Executive Orders Would Continue Focus on Immigration Priorities http://t.co/PNYHajxmyEDoes the president have the power to decide whether to exempt millions of unauthorized immigrants from deportation? http://t.co/L4RldbdXO6Room for Debate: 'Discretion' on Immigration Enforcement Can Become Abuse of Power http://t.co/kQt02U9YNURoom for Debate: Obama's Constitutional Authority on Immigration Is Well-Recognized http://t.co/TygEkfdh9HRoom for Debate: The Constitutional Authority for Executive Orders on Immigration Is Clear http://t.co/F3Xih1vQ7PRoom for Debate: Constitutional Limits of Presidential Action on Immigration http://t.co/bpSz2IU67GI discuss immigration and executive power in @NYT @roomfordebate http://t.co/DNHiwbsEFZ with #EricPosner @epricefoley and others
Retweeted by Room for DebateWith @JoshMBlackman & @EricAPosner RT @roomfordebate: Constitutional Limits of Presidential Action on Immigration http://t.co/Bf8eZqiJC3
Retweeted by Room for DebateWould deferring deportation of law-abiding immigrants by executive order violate the Constitution?@roomfordebate http://t.co/l296vHh0c5
Retweeted by Room for DebateWould deferring deportation of law-abiding immigrants by executive order violate the Constitution? http://t.co/6nEi1TSpGl
11/19
2014
Constitutional Limits of Presidential Action on Immigration http://t.co/kHBGgEbtlcThe current marijuana legalization wave is driven by far more than social justice: it is about making a profit. http://t.co/lXzsxGwbz8Nice NYT roundtable on the benefits/drawbacks of marijuana legalization, featuring the usual suspects http://t.co/slwvBWuiq7
Retweeted by Room for DebateComparing different models of marijuana legalization with @MarkARKleiman, @KevinSabet, Malik Burnett & Steve Fox: http://t.co/TsgO2l4tIRWe must question the wisdom of any policy proposal that gives alcohol a marketing advantage over marijuana. http://t.co/in8iaH5eXHDoes marijuana legalization have to mean commercialization? Or is "grow and give" safer? http://t.co/uTOFgXCfQjMarijuana is being legalized in different ways across the country. What state model is the safest? http://t.co/TItTit60VeWhat is the best model for legalizing marijuana? http://t.co/0XoIXjYpLD.@MarkARKleiman: "Grow and give" marijuana legalization avoids problems created by a for-profit commercial sector. http://t.co/xLFcnfxLjmRoom for Debate: Marijuana Market Will Benefit Consumers and Society http://t.co/k1wxOh8y3iRoom for Debate: Marijuana Legalization Doesn't Have to Lead to Commercialization http://t.co/mUD94SbSDKIs 'Big Marijuana' Inevitable? http://t.co/UazjFmz5GA decriminalization vs full commercialization? What's the right approach? #RFD
11/18
2014
Is 'Big Marijuana' Inevitable? http://t.co/x3k8koShStHow should ClassDojo and other student tracking apps use data while protecting privacy? http://t.co/BBPCesvKO5Room for Debate: If We Cooperated With Russia During the Cold War, Why Not Now? http://t.co/HQgW6yLK7BRoom for Debate: Danger of Russian Aggression Outweighs Nuclear Danger http://t.co/hV3nC8pYsEReversing the #GenderBias in #Technology http://t.co/bxjyTNlohJ #womenintech @roomfordebate #inclusion
Retweeted by Room for DebateAs tensions continue between Moscow and Washington, read our latest debate, about nuclear cooperation http://t.co/eXx0tCyLVQShould the U.S. and Russia continue cooperation on nuclear security despite anger over Ukraine? http://t.co/EZK6C9w9bC
11/17
2014
For U.S. and Russia, Isolation Can Lead to Nuclear Catastrophe http://t.co/NorIapHiNG
11/15
2014
Russia cuts nuclear security cooperation http://t.co/6gdt5aPxma @roomfordebate asks whether it must continue http://t.co/EZK6C9w9bCStanding Up to Aggression, or Ensuring Nuclear Security http://t.co/7ibR5OyvNNParole hearings are not the place to consider wrongful convictions, says William Otis. @roomfordebate http://t.co/CIAk8PSQGh
Retweeted by Room for DebateI Feared I’d Die in Prison for Maintaining My Innocence. @roomfordebate http://t.co/WMj6DbGu5B
Retweeted by Room for DebateParole hearings are not the place to consider wrongful convictions, says William Otis. http://t.co/e9ZOVlKLGFI Feared I’d Die in Prison for Maintaining My Innocence http://t.co/dnsIbJQhQRThe difficulty of parole when innocence is claimed: http://t.co/imaAa9zoqW
11/14
2014
Room for Debate: Not All Students Have Access to Homework Help http://t.co/yh7G2plIhHRoom for Debate: The Homework Parent Trap http://t.co/qpiayP22dADon't Do Their Homework - Instead Help Children Form Good Study Habits http://t.co/Aj3QBEgxqX - read our discussion on parental involvementThe @nytimes @roomfordebate: Should parents help their kids with homework? I get to weigh in! http://t.co/qlzeppS5fW #teaching #parenting
Retweeted by Room for DebateRoom for Debate: Should Parents Help Their Children With Homework? http://t.co/sGTBAzvOlYParole When Innocence Is Claimed http://t.co/535ZztaBfVAgreed. @jesslahey nailed it! Should parents help their kids with homework? http://t.co/4GnTERARdD @nytimes @roomfordebate #parenting
Retweeted by Room for DebateRoom for Debate: Don't Bother, Homework Is Pointless http://t.co/rgPVyChlErGreat debate on an important topic: Whose Work Is Homework?, via @nytimes http://t.co/e8DJNNCChT
Retweeted by Room for DebateSome studies show that parental involvement w/ homework may negatively affect a child's academic achievement. http://t.co/8pXbgZpS0uShould parents help their children with homework? http://t.co/d9XF30qmrcAre parents doing more harm than good when they help their children with homework? Read our discussion here http://t.co/BShIUaNinoDoes parental involvement with homework do more harm than good? http://t.co/Kd5EigTDARNot All Students Have Access to Homework Help http://t.co/cA57OrZG8M"the good, the bad, the ugly of homework is between my girls and their teachers,” @mbrockenbrough http://t.co/EVJtMdfOiA @roomfordebate
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11/13
2014
Should Parents Help Their Children With Homework? http://t.co/15w9bxt8l7Duke's Sam Buell: DOJ risks "credibility deficit" in corporate crime if it fails to sanction against repeat offenders http://t.co/NJibXAeOuw
Retweeted by Room for DebateHow serious are we, really, about dealing with systemic ethical problems in large corporations and banks? http://t.co/yCVR3klZI0Most corporate prosecution agreements last just 2 to 3 years and few require an independent monitor. http://t.co/p9be8M3dH5Some of the biggest banks are suspected of violating deferred prosecution agreements. Do they work? http://t.co/LgnPquW6lDShould the F.D.A. regulate the use of 'natural' on food products? http://t.co/wUdg4m9E6F (via @roomfordebate)
Retweeted by Room for DebateTarget Specific, Identifiable Problems http://t.co/ywSHGYsdLp
11/12
2014
Do Deferred Prosecutions Keep Banks Honest or Let Them Cheat? http://t.co/0I7C5jgSaKIn defining "natural" food, should G.M.O.s make the cut? http://t.co/CfHBL9ZqkeIf the word "natural" has no real meaning on food labels, why can manufacturers use it? @roomfordebate http://t.co/8R0aAOYd3l
Retweeted by Room for DebateFDA Must Define & Enforce the Term "Natural" - Prof Cohen (@msprof) & @RobertLustigMD, via @nytimes @roomfordebate - http://t.co/slRk3KOPl1
Retweeted by Room for DebateTaylor Swift's Stand on Royalties Draws a Rebuttal From Spotify http://t.co/ELTAWzpijQ - read our debate here http://t.co/qldOMrCmsC"Organic" food is regulated but "natural" food is not. Should the FDA ban "natural" as a marketing term? http://t.co/fTKHGrL7rIThough "organic" has been strictly defined & regulated, the FDA has declined to define "natural" - read our debate http://t.co/kVLlAGyJZSMany Americans remain confused about foods that are marketed as "natural" products. Should the F.D.A. step in? http://t.co/cafnbdubLdRoom for Debate: Ban 'Natural' as a Marketing Label on Foods http://t.co/s91OTONCLYRoom for Debate: F.D.A. Must Define, and Enforce, the Term "Natural" http://t.co/FfzKHJKJvfRoom for Debate: Defining 'Natural' Is a Waste of F.D.A. Resources http://t.co/z9dXEcdmPORoom for Debate: Should the F.D.A. Regulate the Use of 'Natural' on Food Products? http://t.co/aouBbYlzSD
11/11
2014
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