Concealed carry in the United States

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  • How To Prevent Gun Control Essay

    Fighting Fire with Fire Gun violence in the United States is climbing at a tremendous rate and we are constantly reminded of that each time we turn on the news and see that there was another shooting where there were multiple deaths or a murder-suicide occurred. Over the last couple of decades, law makers and gun control activists have been on a frenzy trying to enact dozens and dozens of aggressive gun control laws in an effort to try and reduce the number of crimes associated with gun violence. In their efforts of trying to prevent those crimes and make a safer country, they have only put an undue burden on the law abiding citizen and come dangerously close to stepping on the Constitution of the United States of America. So in contrast…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Concealed Gun On Campus

    The push for concealed gun on campuses is a pretty big topic in today’s modern era. Students in some states are allowed to carry a concealed gun around school. Most people who choose to carry a concealed gun are allowed to carry a concealed gun on campus. In the United States it is illegal in all states except for 8 states that allow students to carry a concealed gun on campus. For many years now, the push for concealed guns on campuses has been a debated topic of who believes in it and who…

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  • Gun Control In School

    are safe. The problem is, you are not. An individual should never rely on someone else to keep them safe, every person has a right to protect themselves. The SB 11bill, which was passed by the Texas legislation allows the students and faculty that are Concealed Handgun License (CHL) holders the right to carry their firearm with them on campuses across Texas. The exception being, Private Institutions have the right to opt out or designate “gun free zones” on the campus. Texas Wesleyan being a…

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  • Concealed Weapons On Campus Essay

    Concealed Weapons on Campus The Second Amendment, the right to bear Arms, has recently been in the spotlight due to the ongoing elections and the candidate’s opinions on it but also because concealed weapons have recently been permitted to be on campus at universities. The act went in effect for Texas 4-year colleges and universities on August 1, 2016 and for Texas 2-year and junior colleges on August 1, 2017 (“Laws Concerning Carrying Concealed Firearms on Campus in Texas”). What many people do…

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  • Gun Control And Portrayal Analysis: People Kill People

    gun and how they can purchase a gun, but this is not the solution. Gun control will never be tightened. Restricting citizen’s right to own guns is counterproductive and will not have positive results. By being born in the United States of America or gaining United States citizenship you have the inherent right to bare arms…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Guns On College Campuss

    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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  • Gun Control Case: Guns-Protection Or Problem?

    Do you own a gun? Do you know someone that owns a gun? In the United States, gun ownership creates political as well as social issues. Time and time again the same question always reemerges; are guns the reason for so much violence and criminal activity or are the guns protection from the violent and sometimes deadly criminal activity? Gun control laws in the United States continue to create a political firestorm with statistical data supporting arguments both for and against gun ownership;…

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  • The Importance Of Concealed Carry

    hospital doctors go sporadic, only mere moments to save a person’s life. A school shooter takes the life of multiple students and then attempts his own. All of this could have been solved if someone was there to prevent the shooter. although in a moments heat there is not going to be officers, sometimes a vigilantly must help others. Someone that could save a life are those who have a Concealed Carry license. Concealed Carry, is a law that was recently passed in Texas back in August. The law…

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  • The Effects Of Stricter Gun Law Vs. Looser Gun Control

    side may broaden the knowledge of the effect of stricter gun restrictions law versus looser gun restriction law. In order to determine this, Professor John R. Lott Jr. and David Mustard, a graduate student in economics, analyzed FBI’s data to justify the outcome of states that are fore and apposing gun restriction. Professor Lott and David Mustard,…

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  • The Case Of The Aurora, Colorado Movie Theatre Shootings

    Texas Law states that “a person can also shoot someone they if they reasonably believe deadly force is necessary to prevent someone else from trying to kill or seriously injure them, or there is the threat of certain crimes such as sexual assault or aggravated kidnapping” (Schwaller, 2015) This was a law set to protect what one considers valuable, whether it be his or her own families or even just to protect oneself from harms way. In 2007 there was a man who saw his neighbors’ house being…

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