Barrington by jolinmilioncherie

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									                            Instincts
Instincts
              Instincts
                                    Instincts




                 Animals


                             without any

without any


              without any                  without any
Core Value=What they care about most
Core Value=What they care about most
 Core Value=What they care about most

Finding a Life Partner




         Single Adults
   Core Value=What they care about most

Companionship


                                          Successful
  Core Value=What they care about most

Being Safe, Warm, Dry, Well-fed
Core Value=What they care about most
Core Value=What they care about most


     above all else



     Greedy People
Core Value=What they care about most
Core Value=What he cared about most


            In His Society
 ValueValue =What he cares about most
 Core Standard=What he cares about most

Ex-Students Who are Good
  Citizens and are Good
         Parents
Core Value=What they care about most
“A” could be any choice from shoplifting to joining cross-
 country to driving drunk to buying a present for Mothers’
                            Day.
 Core Value=What they care about most




Trustworthy
 Core Value=What they care about most

              Justice



Trustworthy
 Core Value=What they care about most

    The Common Good



Trustworthy
 Core Value=What they care about most

 Equality before the Law



Trustworthy
 Core Value=What they care about most

 Rule of Law, not of Men



Trustworthy
 Core Value=What they care about most

  Checks and Balances



Trustworthy
          A Story




How Can They Even Begin to Decide?
      The Life I Hope
      We All Can Live


    My Overall Life Values By
   Which I Guide My Important
            Decisions

        How to Tell if my Policy is
    succeeding in achieving My Value


             My Side of the Resolution


“Policies” means all the rules we have decided as
 a group to follow, but not the reasons we use to
                   choose them
For us all   For us all
         Perfect Society



                                      So what? So…
Why? Because
this leads to…

                         Core Value

                                            So what? So…


        Why? Because
        this leads to…

                    Behavioral Standard
                                         For Pleasure

                                                           So what? So…
                    Why? Because
                    this leads to…
Pause and read
   pp105-106
together in class
(developing a case in LD debate) and (Broccoli Aff and Neg cases)
           Perfect Society


                                       So what? So…
Why? Because
this leads to…

                         Core Value

                                             So what? So…


        Why? Because
        this leads to…
                              Behavioral Standard


                                                            So what? So…
                    Why? Because
                    this leads to…
     Perfect is silly
  But thisSociety because
  broccoli and ice cream
   are personal choices.
Why? Because
                                     So what? So…

this leads to…

    We can all have our
     own way without                       So what? So…



   affecting each others’
        Why? Because
        this leads to…


   freedom. What about
 things we can’t ever just
                    Why? Because
                    this leads to…
                                                          So what? So…



  have our own way on?
       How Much Freedom is Too Much?



        People


How Many of Us May Foreigners, in Justice,
   May government take our property away to
Kill to Ensure Their Own Safety?
            benefit the community?
I choose this Core Value for
 my Life (hard to measure)




             Behaviors and Policies
              should get us to this
                measurable goal

                               So What?
           Perfect
           Society



                   Core Value           So what? So…
Why? Because
this leads to…




                                              So what? So…


        Why? Because
                               Behavioral Standard
        this leads to…              Keeping Criminals
                                 Away from Us Through
                                  (
                                  Longer Jail Sentences
                                           ss )
                                                             So what? So…
                    Why? Because
                    this leads to…
      Pause
 slideshow and
 read pp. 84-86
together in class
      (core value theory)
Perfect
Society


   Which Core Value?




                 Behavioral
                  Standard
         PerfectPublic
Core Value                  Fairness to All
         SocietySafety ?           ?

               Which
Policy          Keep        Give Children
Standard      Criminals     Opportunities
              Away from      to Succeed ?
                 Us ?


              Longer Jail
                             Rehabilitate
Policy         Terms for
                             and Release
              all Violent
                               Juvenile
              Criminals
                              Criminals
individual‘s
                                       individual‘s




  Identify your
Policy Standard to   Policy Standard
      defend

                       if asked to
Find a Core Value that
 justifies your Policy
       Standard

Affirmative Core Value



                              individual‘s




            Policy Standard
Affirmative Core Value




                                       individual‘s




                     Policy Standard
    Perfect Society




Affirmative Core Value                    “I affirm the
                                       “ resolution”
                                                          …”
                                       individual‘s




                     Policy Standard



                                          “Yes”)
         Perfect Society




                Justify the Core Value
                   by arguing it is
                   necessary to our
                Society’s basic values
                                         “I affirm the
                                         resolution”
Affirmative Core Value



                                       individual‘s




                     Policy Standard
        Perfect Society




 Affirmative Core Value




                                            “I affirm the
 Justify the Policy Standard                resolution”
with Evidence and Logic using
       your Core Value




                          Policy Standard
         Perfect Society




Affirmative Core Value:
    Common Good




                                  Neg. Policy Standard




 Affirmative Policy
Standard: Defense of
   Your Country

                           own



                           “I negate the resolution”
         Perfect Society


                             Negative Core Value




Affirmative Core Value:
    Common Good




                              Neg. Policy Standard




 Affirmative Policy
Standard: Defense of
   Your Country




                           “I negate the
                           resolution”
            Perfect Society

                              Negative Core Value




Affirmative Core Value:
    Common Good




                              Neg. Policy Standard




     Neg. must attack this
       Policy Standard




                              “I negate the
                              resolution”
            Perfect Society

                                Negative Core Value




        Neg. must attack this
            Core Value




                                Neg. Policy Standard




 Affirmative Policy
Standard: Defense of
   Your Country
                Perfect Society


                                  Negative Core Value




Affirmative Core Value:
    Common Good




                                  Neg. Policy Standard




     Affirmative Policy
    Standard: Defense of
       Your Country
            Perfect Society


                              Negative Core Value




Affirmative Core Value:
    Common Good




                              Neg. Policy Standard




  Affirmative Policy
 Standard: Defense of
    Your Country
                          Negative Core Value




Affirmative Core Value:
    Common Good




                          Neg. Policy Standard




    Affirmative Policy
   Standard: Defense of
      Your Country
U.S. death penalty push blasted
Judge doesn't pull punches in
article on Ashcroft policy
Author: William Glaborson, New York Times News Service.
Dateline: NEW YORK
        A prominent federal judge in Brooklyn has
added his voice to those of prosecutors who have
been quietly seething because Atty. Gen. John
Ashcroft regularly overrules them and directs them to
seek capital punishment though they have
recommended against it.
        In one case, a U.S. District Court jury failed to
agree on a death sentence this week in Brooklyn, a
division that will result in a life sentence for convicted
killer and crack dealer Emile Dixon.
 Now, out of the same court, the
prosecutors who have been muttering
about Ashcroft's death penalty policies
have an unusually influential ally, a
tough-as-nails judge who has leveled a
rare public broadside against Ashcroft's
approach.

        "The attorney general's attempt
to achieve uniformity by compelling
U.S. attorneys to seek the death penalty
is a bad idea," wrote Judge John
Gleeson, who was appointed to the
bench in 1994 after a formidable career
as a federal prosecutor that included
winning the conviction
            Gleeson, 50, chose a scholarly forum, the
Gleeson, 50, chose a scholarly forum, the Virginia Law Review. But
            Virginia Law Review. But he pulled no
he pulled no punches in the article.
         He punches in the article. the effect of "undermining
             said Ashcroft's policy has
                    He said Ashcroft's policy has the
the investigation and prosecution of violent crimes," saying it may
well lead to acquittals of heinous criminals by juries anxious to be
            effect of "undermining the investigation
certain of avoiding the death penalty.
            and prosecution when Ashcroft's policy
         Worse, Gleeson wrote,of violent crimes," is applied in
            saying it may well lead to acquittals of
cases involving criminals who made agreements with prosecutors
to cooperate in exchange for leniency, other criminals may end up
            heinous criminals by juries anxious to be
going free. Who will help prosecutors make their cases if that path
            certain of avoiding
may end with a lethal injection? the death penalty.
                    Worse, Gleeson wrote, when
            Ashcroft's policy is applied in cases
            involving criminals who made
            agreements with prosecutors to cooperate
            in exchange for leniency, other criminals
            may end up going free. Who will help
            prosecutors make their cases if that path
            may end with a lethal injection?
"For the sake of seeking the death penalty in a
few more federal cases," the judge wrote,
"significant numbers of murderers and other
criminals can elude investigation and
prosecution, and thus remain at large, free to
commit further crimes."

       Murder investigations in particular
often depend heavily on getting criminals to
turn on each other, despite people's television-
fed image of cutting-edge forensic techniques,
he said.
       "The truth is, the real world looks
nothing like `CSI: Miami,"' Gleeson said.
In the article, published in the November
issue of the law review, he wrote that
Ashcroft's policy would probably
demoralize prosecutors who think they
know their cases better than Washington
officials. He said it would drain their
resources because death penalty trials are
costly in time and money.
        The judge said Ashcroft's policy
failed to take account of the fact that local
federal prosecutors understand attitudes in
their districts, including those about the
death penalty. He said the attorney general
should defer when local United States
attorneys recommend against capital
punishment.
        The Justice Department has
been sketchy in explaining the
standards Ashcroft uses when he insists
on a capital prosecution.
In response to questions about
Gleeson's article and Ashcroft's
policies this week,a spokeswoman for
the department issued a statement
saying a review process in Washington
"is designed to ensure consistency and
fairness in the application of the death
penalty in all U.S. attorney districts
across the country."
               The statement said officials
at the Justice Department in Washington
"have the benefit of seeing the landscape
of these cases nationwide, thereby
ensuring consistency" nationally.
        Some current and former federal
prosecutors say they have little patience
for Ashcroft's critics.
        Otto Obermaier, a former U.S.
attorney in Manhattan, said that in a
democracy, the president and his
attorney general have the authority to
decide policy questions, including when
to seek the death penalty.
"Every U.S. attorney doesn't decide
what the law in his district is," he said.
         But some former federal
prosecutors said Gleeson's article put
into words criticisms of Ashcroft's
death penalty policies that many federal
prosecutors are afraid to make publicly.
..."It is too easy to say that tough law
enforcement means seeking the death
penalty as often as you can," said Jamie
Orenstein, a former U.S. prosecutor
who worked on the death penalty
prosecution of Timothy McVeigh in the
bombing of the federal building in
Oklahoma City in 1995.
Affirmative Core   Negative Core
     Value?           Value?


    Affirmative        Negative
      Policy            Policy
    Standard?         Standard?

								
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