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    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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    Safe Carry Protection Act

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

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    War on Guns There is not a year that goes by without an innocent life taken by gun violence within the United States. Each year we constantly argue the idea of whether we should ban guns or reinforce tighter restrictions on guns, especially with the NRA (National Riffle Association). Often as usual we never ensure a decision and the topic slips up again when another instance occurs. Many has brought up ideas such as securing our schools with the same weapons that we are fighting to ban. Arming…

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    Essay On Dangers Of Guns

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    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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    Political Cartoon Analysis Guns are the subject of much controversy and debate in the United States, especially with the increase of gun related violence in recent years. In this analysis I will be comparing and contrasting two political cartoons with opposing views concerning America’s gun politics. The first political cartoon that I have chosen to analyse was created by David Horsey and published in Hearst Newspapers in 2011. This cartoon is colored, and divided horizontally into two…

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    world “Guns don 't kill people, people kill people”. Not a single soul on the earth, hasn’t heard about or read this quote from the NRA. Some people believe it, and some would think that it settles this old debate about gun control. Others would say it 's preposterous, a terrible analysis of how to solve such a problem; however, I found it difficult to find a solid consensus regarding what exactly is wrong with it. First and foremost I am a person who greatly appreciates both sides of the gun…

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    There are examples that prove(Murphey et al.) position;for example, a citizen can use a gun to shoot/kill someone for revenge and claim it was defense. Someone can get away with this every time, anywhere, even in court;they can get away with murder. The SYG law is an excuse law used by many to do what they want. This is a sign of racial depression…

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    Gun Violence Solution

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    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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    Assault Weapons Analysis

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    clear towards what category of guns can be “assault weapons: Shotguns, Semi-Automatic, and…

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    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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