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The Effects of Gun Control on the People of America
Guns in American soil have not always been an issue to be regulated because of danger to a human being or the society in general. In the beginning of the U.S guns were used as a necessary tool for hunting as well as for self-defense. Many colonists were very dependable of a gun to defend themselves against native Indian, wi...
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Gun-Related Crimes in the United States and the Issue on Gun Control
Gun Control Vs. Gun Rights Elementary and middle schools ban innocent children from even creating a figure of a gun with their mere fingers, yet mentally unstable adults are allowed to carry guns around as they please. In a nation where even Wal-Mart is selling guns, it is no wonder why these dangerous machines of des...
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The Controversies Surrounding the Real Culprit in the Mass Shooting in America: Gun Control or Gun Ownership?
In wake of the numerous massacres that have occurred more and more frequently in the United States, the intensity of public demand for gun control reform continues to rise. Past tragedies such as Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora Colorado, and the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre have many people questioning whether gun...
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Gun Control and the Consequences of Gun Ownership in America
The gun control laws are a very controversial topic. To solve this issue there is no right or wrong answer. Not everyone will ever be happy with the rules and regulations of this country. Honestly, I am indifferent. First, I don't care and second I think it's too late. Guns have become and shaped our culture as America...
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The Disagreements Between the Presidential Candidates, Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton on Gun Control and Same-Sex Marriage
Article 1: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-stand-gun-control/ Article 2: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/politics/political-issues/ In both articles, there was a lot of disagreement between Trump and Clinton on different topics. In article one, they argued on guns. Trumps wants t...
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The Call for Stricter Gun Control Laws, Comfort in a Time of Distress, and Eulogy to the Victims of the SAndy Hook Shooting in the Emotional Speech of President Barack Obama
On December 14, 2012, a mass shooting occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut. This resulted in the death of 20 school children (age 6 to 7), 6 teachers, the perpetrators mother, and the perpetrator himself who committed suicide when police arrived at the scene. The murder of young children and innoc...
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An Analysis of Nicholas Kristof's Articles on Gun Control and Violence
In the United States, the topic of gun control and violence is very controversial. In the past, guns have caused several negative repercussions in the general public. The author, Nicholas Kristof, talks about this issue in detail in his article “Kristof: Lessons from the Virginia Shooting”. Kristof argues for further protec...
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A Critique of Gun Control Campaigns in America
Rich Lowry in “Ignorant Crusade-Gun Control Campaigns Stemming from the San Bernardino Shooting Aren’t Based in Fact” describes the irrational mindset of rampant gun control campaigns in America. Through the utilization of a ridiculing tone, Lowry conveys gun control supporters’ lack of knowledge regarding the issue of gun...
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The Pros and Cons of a Stricter Gun Control Laws in the United States
Gun Control Crime happens everyday all around the United States. Have you ever wondered if there was a reliable way to cut down the amount of crime that is done. A lot of citizens say that guns play a big part in the amount of crime that takes place and some argue against them. Before anyone argues that point, they sh...
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The Importance of Stricter Gun Control Laws in America
Do these dates strike a chord? They were America’s and the world’s worst massacres. The Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre which killed 20 innocent children and 6 staff members, and the Virginia Tech massacre which killed 32 people definitely brings to light America’s loose (or I should say non-existent) gun policy. In m...
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The Conditions of the Issues of Immigration, Gun Control, and Health Care in the United States of America
Political Socialization and Culture Immigration, gun control, and health care, are among issues of the greatest concern in the United States of America. In this paper, I will discuss the conditions of the issues, as well as how officials stand on them and what my point-of-view is. First of all, immigration has been one o...
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An Analysis of the Presidential Debate Between Dr. Ben Carson and Bernie Sanders on the Topics: Gun Control, ISIS, and the Affordable Care Act
The people of the United States are always looking at who could be the best person for the job when it comes to the role of president. Regardless of where someone stands politically, both sides are interested in what every candidate thinks on the hot topics of today. Two of the biggest candidates for the presidential electi...
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A Debate on Gun Control in the Changing Society of America
Gun Control in America Gun control has recently been the center of many political debates as a result of many devastating world wide events. Some argue that all Americans have the right to bare arms while others argue that limiting the availability of firearms will only better American society. These two drastically differ...
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A Discussion on the Topic of Gun Violence and Gun Control in the United States
Gun Control Satire A big talk in politics recently has been gun control. As the time progresses, we have seen more and more acts of violence with guns. They have become somewhat common which is very dangerous. Some big events that occur such as the Aurora shooting or Sandy Hook shooting leave a big mark on the American soc...
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The Implementation of Stricter Gun Control Laws as a Solution to Decrease National Crime
How We Can Decrease National Crime Today, the U.S. incarcerates more people than any country. These high incarceration rates cost the government money and resources, hence begging the questions of how the American Prison system can be improved, and National Crime can be decreased. Tightening Gun Control laws have proven to...
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The Scope of Gun Control Issues in the United States
One of the biggest issues that we have in the United States is gun control something that has been a growing and becoming a more prevalent and prominent issue.On December 15th, 1791 the bill of rights was written by the framers. The second right that was given to American’s was the right to bear arms. The framers came up wi...
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An Examination of Gun Control in the Advertisement of States United to Prevent Gun Violence (SUPGV)
When the average American hears the words “gun control” they instantly form a passionate opinion. The United States Constitution lists the right for any American citizen to own a gun under the second amendment. Some Americans want to protect the second amendment as they feel that gun ownership is their right as an American...
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The Differing Opinions on the Implementation of New Gun Control Laws
Gun Control The end of 2012 sparked a huge uproar for the implementation of gun control laws. On December 14, Sandy Hook Elementary School fell victim to a school shooting using a .223 caliber, semiautomatic weapon. This resulted in the death of six staff members and 20 children ages 6-7. Since then there has been a fierce...
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The History of Gun Control Laws in the United States
Originally invented in China in the 13th Century AD, the gun has been
such a significant item used in all sorts of ways in the modern world.
Whether it is being used in a war, used for hunting, or for security
purposes, the gun is used daily all around the world. Gun control in the
United States has been a major debate sinc...
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A Critical View on Gun Control Advocates
“Mexico has some of the strictest gun control laws in the world and yet, in 2012, Mexico had 11,309 gun murders {9.97 gun homicides per 100,000 people} compared to the United States that had 9,146 gun homicides {2.97 per 100,000 people}” (ProCon.) This statistic right off the bat disproves the pro gun control advocates argu...
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An Argument in Favor of Creating Gun Control Policies
“Let me make a short, opening, blanket comment. There are no "good guns". There are no "bad guns". Any gun in the hands of a bad man is a bad thing. Any gun in the hands of a decent person is no threat to anybody — except bad people.” (Charlton Heston) Policies created for arms control aim to reduce crime and violence, rest...
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The Gun Control and Ownership Battle in the United States
The crowd is whipped into a frenzy as they give the speaker a standing ovation, the third one in just a few minutes. He has renewed their chauvinistic spirit as he proclaims that they the people should have the right to bear arms. He claims that having guns deters a would-be serial killer. He weaves a fanciful tale about ho...
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Gun Control Legislation Should Be Reasonable and Not Oppresive
The day I turned twenty one I bought a gun and I filed for my conceal carry permit. I never grew up around guns and everyone in my household is firmly against having guns in the house. However, current events have even my anti-gun mother thinking that it may be time to buy a gun. It seems that you aren’t safe anywhere in Am...
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Gun Control Issues in the United States - Guns Should Have Stronger Restrictions on Them
Gun Control Gun control is a very serious topic in The United States right now, which can be characterized by the laws enacted here, mental illness and how gun control is affected by it, and lastly how the government and the American public feel about guns and where they should and should not be. I strongly believe in...
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My Arguments Against Gun Control
If you were a thief, would you rather steal from people with guns or without guns? I’m here to persuade you that gun bans are not what will protect Americans. My main points will be as follows: guns allow law abiding citizens to protect themselves, murderers don’t have any qualms about breaking a minor law such as buying an...
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