My initial top five:
Resolved: In the United States, the principle of jury nullification is a just check on government.There's a good balance here of morality, law, science/health (we never get enough in LD) and history.
Resolved: A just government ought to guarantee adequate housing for all of its citizens.
Resolved: Public health concerns justify compulsory immunization.
Resolved: Governments have an obligation to pursue and disclose the truth regarding suspected crimes by previous administrations.
Resolved: Compulsory inclusion of non-felons’ DNA in any government database is unjust.
My least favorite:
Resolved: It is just for highly indebted poor countries to repudiate their debt.What's "highly indebted?" What's "poor?"