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    Shirin Neshat Identity

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    model and the piece displays a feeling of awe and power. Tears brim her eyes and give a look of strength as well as a cry for help. She appears ready to take on anything but her black veil seems to be holding her back. The black veil in the Islamic culture symbolises the support of the Islamic revolution. Neshat wears the black veil in the photograph and it takes up half of the image it displays a struggle between the need for freedom and the support of the religion. The written text on Neshat’s…

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    We cannot turn to something as dangerous as guns on school property it would create an even bigger problem. They had a buzz-in system at Sandy Hook, but it did them no good at all, the guy shot his way in. School-associated student homicide rates decreased significantly after the federal laws restricting guns in schools were adopted in the early 1990s, and fewer students are carrying guns. Proposals offered by the gun lobby to repeal the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act and arm teachers as a…

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    Are Americans Obsessed With Gus? Americans are obsessed with gun because almost everyone in America wants to have the privileges to own a gun. Families want guns to protect their family against invaders, gangster wants guns to commit more crimes and policies want more guns to kill more people. The obsession Americans have towards guns said it all in The Second Amendment, because The Second Amendment says everyone has the right to bear Arms and have the right to protect their selves.…

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    Concealed Carry Deter Violence on Campus? How many people do you see every day that carry a gun on them? I am betting that you don’t see anyone besides police officers. If people get into a car crash and the driver was drunk, do we blame the car? No we blame the driver so what’s the different with guns. Gun are not the problem that we are having, it’s the people that give guns a reputation. People carry guns not to cause or even seek to find trouble, but just that slim chance that your life…

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    The M9 Case Study

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    requirements not being clear to the pistol manufactures every submission in 1981 was immediately rejected. The Army realized their requirement were not only too strict for a custom military made firearm but in disqualifying the commercially available guns they weren’t prepared to host a competition. During the next three year the rules where revised and even lighten too allow for the higher grade pistols to feasibly make the cut. They also made changes in what ammo to use changing the…

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    the-what seems to be-two-year-old daughter how to hold a gun that she can barely wrap her tiny hands around. Society has a tendency to judge someone by their own actions, as well as their influences on others around them. Upon instinct, the audience is drawn to anger towards the father for putting a gun in the toddler’s hands, as well as towards the mother for not doing anything to prevent or stop the father from teaching her how to hold a gun. However, if we read into the actual meaning behind…

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    our approach to gun control, especially in schools. Our society’s detached approach to such incidents could be just as much a factor into the problem as the guns themselves. Sandy Hook Elementary School had recently installed a high end security system. It required that all visitors physically buzz in and request entry into the school. However, the man still managed to make his way into the classes - he used one of his guns to shoot the door open. The shooter did not purchase the guns - he had…

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    it is very easy to get access to guns. In California, obtaining a gun license is very easy: any twenty one years old and up legal resident can apply for a gun license. The requirements are: pass the written gun safety test, pass the background check, pay a small fee and present a valid ID. If they fulfill all the requirements, then they can legally buy a gun from any legal vendors. In addition to legal purchase of guns, there have been notorious cases of illegal gun trafficking among the nation.…

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    Chart, and I Side With. I have determined that I am a strong liberal and will join the Democratic Party. I believe that we need gun control, the death penalty should not be allowed, more action should be taken to protect the environment and resources, equality for everyone, and that healthcare should available to everyone. As a country, we should be more concerned about guns and who has them. You hear about mass shootings almost every…

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    Guns on Campus The issue being debated claims that gun possession with students and staff on a school campus could either harm or protect innocent people. The debate suggests that either guns should not be allowed on campus at all or there should be limitations on where they would be allowed. There have been some who believe there are instances in different colleges that have had situations that it would have been critical for them to have had a hand gun on them at the time. Amanda Collins…

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