Carry It On

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  • Safe Carry Protection Act

    House Bill 60 also known as the “Safe Carry Protection Act” became effective July 1, 2014. It was sponsored by Doug Holt and sponsored in the Senate by Ronald Ramsey Sr. This Act was assigned to the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee in the House and the Judiciary Non-Civil committee in the Senate. Officially the “Safe Carry Protection Act” amended Part 3 of Article 4 of Chapter 11 of Title 16 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. It addresses laws concerning the possession of…

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  • Capps Open-Carry Analysis

    these two concepts lies fuel in the form of quantitative rights. This fuel can either nurture a social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals or strengthen the active role of government agencies. The purpose of the two essays surrounds open-carry policies. I’ve selected two articles that I have found to be the most persuasive. During my reading, I’ve discovered that they indirectly complement each other; a parallel is seen in antiphonal composition through call and response. Each of…

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  • Open Carry Pros And Cons

    The second amendment is the “right to bare arms.” January 1, 2016 the open carry law was officially in effect. Meaning, citizens with licenses to carry will be legally allow carry a handgun openly or concealed. I believe that citizens should not be allowed to have access to handguns, and only be left to the people that go through intense physical and mental training to be allowed to carry a conceal weapon while on the job doing their duty like: police officers and marines that’s stable enough…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Concealed Carry

    been stopped, if concealed carry was illegal. The very first and important reason it should be illegal is because it causes many great losses. The first example is that it is responsible for more than 27 mass shootings (Smart Gun Laws.) This…

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  • The Things They Carry Literary Analysis

    the setting was a main factor in the story. A story that I read so far where the setting played a key part of the story was “The Things They Carry” by Tim O’Brien. Throughout this essay I will talk about how the story setting has a purpose that helps the reader understand what the character might go through in the story, how the…

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  • Gun Control Controversy

    Guns have been around the world since the 14th century starting with the Matchlock gun to the automatic firearms. In the beginning guns were intentionally used by industrialized countries in order to protect their residents and land from anyone who posed a threat. There have been many wars, battles, a and deaths throughout history due to firearms. To this day guns have dramatically changed and are at fault for many of the conflicts the United states faces. In the Bill of Rights the 2nd amendment…

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  • I Carry Guilty Analysis

    I carry many things. I carry worries, I carry guilt, and I carry regrets. No, I am not the busiest or most stressed out in the world, but I do find myself weighed down by these unperceivable burdens. I carry the stress of school…though it is not that much, and I carry the judgment of my parents. Sad yet true, I feel some sort of guilt most if not all the time. I feel bad when I break a promise or hurt someone’s feelings. Even though I apologize and they forgive me I still feel bad. I feel guilty…

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  • Arguments Against Campus Carry

    August 1st, 2016 marked the first day the campus carry (S.B. 11) was put into effect in Texas. The law states, “Relating to the carrying of concealed handguns on the campuses of and certain other institutions of higher learning”. Meaning that a licensed weapon holder twenty one years or older is able to legally carry a weapon on public university grounds in the state of Texas. Senate bill 11 has had many proponents for and against it. Specifically, many students and faculty members have cited…

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  • Gun Laws Research Paper

    United States federal law may stop someone from having a gun or carrying one in public but it really is up to which state you live in whether you can carry a firearm in public. Even with some of these open carry permits they will not count in other states. This is not always true but there is some regulation about where and when you can openly carry a firearm. If the second amendment does include carrying in public, what laws can we put on the carrier or if it doesn’t apply what is stopping us…

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  • Life Carries On In The Fly By Katherine Mansfield

    Life Carries On In the short story “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield, a wealthy empowered man is faced with the grief of his son six years after his passing. The boss is conveyed to be a demanding, strong business man but, when faced with the remembrance of his son, he instantly changes his tone, pursuing two sides to the boss. Mansfield’s “The Fly” illustrates the hardship of death by the innocent killing of a fly, which than demonstrates a sense of relief to carry on in life. The passing of…

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