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There is existence after death.
There is no viable proof that humans possess a soul. Until more concrete scientific evidence exists, there is little to no reason to believe that human experience will extend beyond death.
Democracy is flawed.
There is no system of government that is 100% flaw-free. Nothing is perfect.
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Appeal To Belief
Programming language popularity is a major factor in deciding whether or not to use it in a project.
A more popular language will have a larger community and more community support, which results in more third party libraries or modules and more programmers to hire.
Evolution is not observable.
Evolution can be seen in pesticide resistant insects in farming: When a farmer sprays his crops with pesticide, the resistant individuals will have a better chance of reproducing. This causes some pesticides to become ineffective. Therefore, evolution is an observable phenomenon.
Men have life somewhat better than women
It differs regionally. Asserting whether or not women have it better is a gross over-generalization.
Circumcision of Children Because of Religion Should Be Banned
It is genital mutilation, and mutilation is a human rights violation.
A monarchy is the best form of government
An absolute monarchy is the most efficient style of government.
Skeletons are actually spooky.
Human skeletons are real. The skeletal system is real.
The Holocaust did happen and it's foolish to believe otherwise
There are overwhelming quantities of evidence that point to the occurrence of the Holocaust. Ignoring thousands of photographs, videos and eyewitness accounts would be extremely ignorant.
Arguing whether God exists or not is useless to everyone.
Not necessarily. What if you have a discussion with your religious friend, and convince him God isn't real? You have just saved him/her a great deal of time and money.
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Begging The Question