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  • Police Brutality And Color Brutality

    Bang, bang—shots fired. Such sounds are an innocent imitation of the echoing noise that surrounded the death of Trayvon Martin, Alton Sterling, Terence Crutcher, and dozens of other men. We deny that the color of their skin had anything to do with the brutality they faced, but in fact, the color of their skin had everything to do with such violence. Ignorance often assumes that racism ended with the civils rights movement in the 60s, however, todays police brutality and colorblindness highlights…

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  • Concealed Weapons Should Be Allowed In Schools Essay

    The controversy that surrounds an open-carry law that allows those who are licensed to carry concealed weapons on college premises have been going on for quite some time. The way people will have to interact amongst their peers and their sense of safety on campus will be altered with the new law. Guns on campuses will have it drawbacks such as limit of speech, crime rates increase, or a simply misunderstanding turning deadly. The process on which those wish to obtain a permit or license of will…

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  • The 2nd Amendment: The Second Amendment Of The American Constitution

    The day begins just like any other in a quiet, small town, when out of nowhere a suspicious man enters the local bank and confidently states that this is a holdup. All of the innocent bystanders inside the bank are physically incapacitated initially out of fear as the bank robber brandishes his intimidating firearm while giving directions to the civilians not to move or speak unless exclusively instructed to do so at his command. The man also warns them not to try anything sneaky or else he will…

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  • Who Was To Blame For The Revolutionary War

    It’s difficult to watching our great nation’s current events unfold. All the protesting, rioting, looting, and destruction have become a trend. People are handicapping their own communities because they feel that that’s what’s necessary in order to be heard. Or their just taking advantage of a very unfortunate situation. When you watch the news it’s hard to look past all the hatred. However, over the next few minutes I would like you to try. The cause for all this protesting, we’ll call is for…

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  • Pokemon Essay

    The fact that Pokemon Go has been the most downloaded and played game in the history is because of a reason, and that reason is that you enjoy playing the game. Differently with other games, like shooters or sport videogames, in Pokemon Go there are not purposes to get mad or upset whenever things do not go as you wanted. As I said before, the released of Pokemon Go has had good and bad consequences in the society. One of the good ones is that thanks…

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  • My Definition Of Classroom Management In Education

    Personal Teaching Theory Classroom management can mean many different things depending on who you are talking to. I have been working in education for the last four years of my life and I have been in different types of classrooms. I spent one year as a teacher’s aide in a TMD (Teachable Mentally Disabled) classroom and the last three years teaching in a computer lab. With all of that being said, I have found my definition of classroom management. I feel that classroom management is the ability…

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  • Gun Control: Second Amendment To The United States

    • Provides training for active shooter situations to 14,000 law enforcement, first responders, and school officials. Helps schools invest in safety. • Improves mental health awareness through enhanced teacher training and referrals for treatment (Summary: President Obama Gun Proposals…

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  • Essay On Violent Video Games

    article from CBS NEWS by Ryan Jaslow. Jaslow reports on a school shooting that took the lives of 20 children and six teachers by 20-year-old Adam Lanza. Which the motivations of intentions were violent video games and the to top a Norwegian mass shooter Andres Breivik’s toll of 77 deaths back in June of 2011. Which Breivik did not just stay in one stop he went after targets in different areas. Which Breivik learned how to develop target acquisition from “Call of Duty” a violent video game. It is…

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  • Should Gun Laws Be Allowed To Bear Arms Essay

    When the founding fathers of the United States wrote the Constitution, they added the Bill of Rights which is a set of the first the ten amendments of to the Constitution. The second of these amendments, states that "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." (U.S Const. Amend II). Particularly, this amendment is interpreted in many ways; some pro gun-control groups say only militias are…

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  • Video Game Stereotypes

    study done by “Gamingdesign.org” those that played faster video games had better peripheral vision than that of those that didn’t or played very little. They took a group of teenagers and had half of them play Call of Duty, which is a first person shooter that relies on the quick reactions of the player, while the other half played the Sims, which is a life simulation game. Those that played the Call of Duty had greater peripheral vision from the quick reacting to the game content, and those…

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