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  • Why Is It Important To Have Cops Essay

    *TRIGGER WARNING* [pun not intended] Cops and Guns: "In Norway, Iceland, New Zealand, Britain, and Ireland, police officers generally do not carry firearms. In one of these countries, Iceland, it’s legal for citizens to carry guns—and roughly a third choose to do so." Why do cops need guns? You can 't tell me it 's because we have guns because Iceland manages themselves fine. Also, why is training so short, in Norway it takes 3 whole years to become a cop, some places in America are starting…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Laws

    Guns are used all around the world, but here in the United States, we need to keep our gun usage limited with gun laws. Gun laws are put into action to make sure firearms are used responsibly; however, people will always find a way to break these laws no matter how many are made. Our Second Amendment, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”, gives U.S. citizens the right to own a weapon…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Should Guns Be Allowed On Campus?

    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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  • Safe Carry Protection Act

    ramifications in how gun holders carry themselves in public environments. HB 60 expands upon Second…

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  • The American Dream: Chivo, By Richard Rodriguez

    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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  • Argumentative Essay: Gun Control Is Bad Idea

    Gun Control is Bad Idea Americans dote on guns. The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: "A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Many people take advantage of the Second Amendment. Guns are used by millions of people for hunting and safety in the United States. However, a lot of shooting accidents were occurred in recent years. Many people think the Government should…

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  • Essay On Dangers Of Guns

    The Dangers of Guns Do you ever think about how quickly your life can be taken by a simple shot from a handgun? Do you know many innocent lives are taken daily by guns? Death by a gun is a huge ordeal in America. Thus far in 2015, according to the Gun Violence Archive, 10,843 deaths have occurred all over the Unites States due to gun violence. The number of children killed, ages 0-11, due to a handgun has reached 583 deaths. Today, many people have access to guns. Some who own a gun use it…

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  • Gun Violence Solution

    more specifically gun violence, is a large point of discussion in the current presidential race. Citizens and politicians alike have very different viewpoints on how this issue should be dealt with, and this disagreement is causing a hindrance to actually solving the problem at hand. The number of mass shooting in the United States is increasing at an alarming rate. There have been more mass shootings since 2005 than the past 23 years before that. This is for multiple reasons. Guns are readily…

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  • Socialization: A Case Study Of Religion And The Social Control Theory

    France in 2012, all the population and the police of France were on high security alert because of four places with shooting at four different Jewish schools in Toulouse. The events that are present in this crime is that many groups of the Muslim religion started to attack Jewish schools, they started to shoot them in the head to everyone who they wanted, they didn’t only kill adults or old people, they also killed children and teenagers, just because of the hate between them. In this case the…

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  • Essay On Media Coverage Of Mass Violence

    The increase in the media coverage of mass violence, has been found to be one of the reasons mass events increase. More mass shootings happen every day, and the news give attention to the accused shooter. This results in spurts of copycat killers: people who crave attention enough to resort to mass violence. The reason for the increase in media coverage comes from the people's right to know: people need the truth so the reporters do their job. Still, it is the journalists' responsibility to help…

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