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    Gun violence has increasingly become a major problem in the United States and around the world. From young children to adults, gun violence has caused many debates over how to reduce this brutal violence. Everyday throughout the world, many lives are affected by the gun violence and the hatred caused by it. There has been laws establish to reduce to try to violence and enforce regulations to possess firearms. These laws has been impacting on the reduce of gun violence. Every country has its own…

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    discuss only two small blemishes: the gun culture and the military culture.”(Mike Sharpe).The U.S. has struggled with this gun culture and has had a hard time solving the number gun related deaths in the country. It also seems that there is no effort being made by the government to fix this issue. Many government officials and a majority of the general having been calling for the government to create stricter gun laws. If the untied the states creates stricter gun laws and enforces these laws…

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    Bang Bang There’s only one reason people use a gun, to protect themselves and to kill. Many people know having guns are good, useful, and self-protect. The answer is no because has a gun or carrying the gun is three times more dangerous to die than a person lives without a gun. In the United States of America, people carrying the guns in the public and it’s legal. Administrative Control is the best tool they really need/have to fight to curtail gun violence in United Sates of America. Handguns…

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    We hear it too often in the media, gun violence in America and the debate to control it. We read, hear, and see horrific crimes involving guns at schools, homes and other public places. In recent years, with advanced technology in the media, quicker access to bad news has produced the growth in awareness of gun crimes in the American society. Undeniably, no one wants to continue acquiring news of more children firing off guns in their home or at schools and the killings of more innocent people.…

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    Limited Access: Guns in School Think back to the headlines and media from the following years; 1999, 2007, and 2012. These are all years in which popular school shootings occurred, and shocked the nation. The first shooting that took place was Columbine, followed by Virginia Tech, and most recently Sandy Hook. These are prime examples of the danger that guns can pose to the school environment. It is an unfortunate circumstance when the two worlds collide. Like oil and water, guns and school…

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    Methodist Episcopal Church. (Brown et al) Roof was able to obtain a handgun even though he had prior drug charges because of a failed background check done by the gun store. This sort of thing is quite common as background checks are only done within a three day waiting period and when the time is up, the person is allowed to buy the gun without any proper evaluation on their history or condition. We as a nation are progressing in terms of technology, education and many other things, but are…

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    The abundance of guns in America has immeasurable consequences that are felt every day through gun violence, mass shooting, mass incarceration, and increasingly militarized law enforcement agencies. America is obsessed with guns. History explains how guns ended up all around the world, and U.S. corporations like Boeing and Lockheed Martin are the largest global exporters of weapons accounting for about half of the worldwide gun sales totaling over $80 billion dollars. Not to mention the…

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    Guns are often acquired without the intention of being used in a violent crime; civilians often look to obtain firearms for self-defense or sport. In the United States, citizens have the right to bear arms, which is a right protected by the Second Amendment of the Constitution. Nevertheless, with every right, there are laws that need to be followed. Gun control laws try to prevent the use of firearms by criminals and minors but there are ways around it that can be completely legal for the…

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    sabre, I am fair with archery and as for guns, well, let 's just say I 'm in favor of them. Guns are equalizers. Gun Control means having one in your hands when needed and hitting what you intend. I am not a weak person, but I am small. I refuse to be a victim, whether the threat is a dangerous animal, or a dangerous human. Weapons are not dangerous. I go armed whenever possible even when others might disapprove. Concealed carry my ass! If you see a gun on my hip, know there will be at…

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    America? Is it obesity? Is it our accents? Maybe it’s time difference? When was the last time you heard about a mass killing in Australia? If I remember correctly, it was in Port Arthur, 20 years ago. Since then, Australia has put extremely strict gun laws in place and there hasn’t been a shooting since, making it the 9th most peaceful country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index rankings of 2015. Now compare this to America. Their last shooting was only a couple of days ago and…

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