Dianne Feinstein

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  • Bowling For Columbine Shooting Analysis

    will not end the crime or stop it from occurring, but it represents a strong first step in lowering the rates down, so that then congress could decide what the next logical step in the equation. By doing this it would also not raise the crime rates due to people owning a firearm that suddenly became illegal. Which would surface as an economical improvement that a total ban would not achieve. With the awareness of violent crimes on the rise, many have started to look to the media and politicians for support and help in trying to end these issues. People on Capital Hill stating that gun control ensures the only solution, tend to act as a radical biased on their actions. Senator Dianne Feinstein went live on a T.V. interview with Wolf Blitzer. In the interview they address an issue headed by Senator Feinstein, the bill that she attempted to pass through congress would effectively outlaw 185 different guns and places limitations on thousands more (Interview with Senator). If a bill like this passed through congress it would have banned automatic weapons. Crime rates tend to show that those are not the issue; the weapons that need to stay limited appear as handguns. Handguns tend to see use the most violent crimes, and many presume to regard as the easiest to obtain. Later on Wolf Blitzer comments about how the senator has made some enemies in the senate by trying to push a bill as drastic as this through congress. She would later reply with a comment about how the NRA acts upon…

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  • Leadership In The Odyssey

    Milk: The Definition of a Dignitary Used lightly in today’s society, the word “leader” is commonly used to refer to a person who comes out and directs a group to take action in some way, shape, or form. By this definition, a good leader would be one whose directions land the group he or she is directing above all other groups. But in certain instances, like the ones of Odysseus and Harvey Milk, a leader isn’t always someone who is trying to be greater than those around them, they’re simply just…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Gun Violence

    shootings rather than the overall impact of gun violence on our nation. In 2015, there have been more mass shootings than there have been days. ("United States Senator Dianne Feinstein") It’s an increasingly concerning problem that many seem to brush to the side – except for one senator, Dianne Feinstein of California. Dianne Feinstein has been a leading voice in the movement to implement common sense gun safety measures such as preventing people on a federal…

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  • Essay On Gun Control

    'cause if I didn 't, you never know what could have happened.” This helps to prove my point that guns can be used horribly in the wrong hands but they can also be used to keep people safe. Like she said, if she didn’t have a gun she could have robbed, or even raped or murdered. This isn’t a rare circumstance either, according to gun owners.org guns are used 6850 times per day in an act of protection. They go on to say that this is 80 times more than they are used to kill. After the Sandy…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Illegal Drugs

    single-vehicle crashes and ignores the role marijuana might play in multi vehicle fatalities” (Kilmer). Not only will marijuana disrupt traffic, but can also attribute to being under the influence while at work, causing a danger to one’s job and the lives of his coworkers. It will also slither its way into the dainty, naive hands and lungs of children who inhale the smoke produced by the inconsiderate smokers of the communicates. Marijuana should be treated like its identical twin, tobacco, and…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Legalizing Medical Marijuana

    Legalizing Medical Marijuana Legalizing marijuana has become more of a problem now than it was in the past. In today’s health care problems, medical marijuana has proven itself more than worthy to be up for the part of helping with mental as well as physical diseases. I believe medical marijuana should be legalized for the medical patients who suffer from mental illness as well as physical disease. Earlier this year, Senator Dianne Feinstein, Senator Chuck Grassley, Senator Patrick Leahy, and…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Unskilled Immigrants

    succeed in everything they do. So, workers not only do not take away jobs from Americans, they actually enhance the American job experience and productivity. Some believe that streamlining the process for citizenship will encourage illegal aliens to immigrate to America in the future. They claim that these allowances given to illegal aliens only encourage more negative behavior in the long run. Senator Dianne Feinstein, a Democrat from California, found that many people from Central America…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Gun Control

    Jhaneidy Checo CRT / Prof. Boluch Winter '16 Hi Senator Dianne Feinstein, A man first shot his mother with a Marlin .22, where he then took a vehicle and transported firearms to a school. He brought his weapons onto school grounds – breaking the law – and throughout his journey to every classroom, murdered children and teachers. How would you react if you were one of the teachers who could have stopped this man on the act? This was the Sandy Hook Elementary school shoot out, and Adam Lanza had…

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  • Gun Control Regulations Pros And Cons

    Gun Control During a 60 minutes interview Senator Dianne Feinstein from California stated “If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States, for an outright ban, picking up every one of them (every gun) Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ‘em all in. I would have done it.” (Brown). This statement could be seen as going against our Constitutional rights and is an example of the ideas of legislators trying to pass bills that would establish gun control regulations. While the second…

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  • Effects Of CVS Health

    Through PR objectives, it is important to be specific, measurable, actionable, realistic and time based. According to Schmann (2014), in addition to creating a smoking cessation program, CVS Health created a media campaign called #OneGoodReason. This movement captured the attention of many celebrities-- celebrity gossip blogger Perez Hilton, Senators Dick Durbin, Dianne Feinstein and Tom Harkin; actresses Rita Wilson and Josie Davis; model and activist Christy Turlington; and First Lady Michelle…

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