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    banned guns? Would the crime rate increase? Would we start losing other rights that are in the constitution? Would our country begin to be run by criminals and foolish people? I don’t want to find out and I don’t want to live in a world where those happen. I believe that if we ban guns, it would lead to worse things down the road; people would be frightened if they understood what they would be losing and those people won’t realize until they are in a situation where they need a gun. Guns are…

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    Guns are not a weapon, they are a tool. Many people around the world believe in the saying that “Guns kill people” for the simple fact that when a human pulls the trigger on the gun it can kill someone but if you think about what was just said “people kill people.” Guns are a tool that help everyone feel safe and at ease. In the stories, “ Second Inaugural Address” by Abraham Lincoln, “ What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” by Frederick Douglass, and “Runagate Runagate” by Robert Hayden…

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    Guns these days are over exaggerated and are played out to be a threat to society. With all the new technology being built lately, everyone 's attention has moved towards buying that new phone or checking your status. With all this new technology, there has been some issues that come with it. Guns are misused and abused online currently. As the young population views this material, the generation is heavily affected by the neglect. In result, the kids do not know how to properly use or treat a…

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    teachers are allowed an advantage in protecting the kids they are responsible for? Criminals that shoot up schools are cowards and have no common regard for human life. Gun control is an overwhelming debate in this day and age, people believe that guns kill people when in reality it is people that kill people. People are so afraid of guns that they take them out of the hands of everyone they can, including teachers who have the ability to stop a huge amount of heartache and death. Which in…

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    on how the guns are not being regulated and leaving it open for individuals that do not undergo extensive background checks and the guns are falling in the wrong hands. He raises the point that if background checks are not done sufficiently then any one could fall between the loop holes and that in itself leaves the door opens for the public’s health…

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    estimated 270,000 adolescents carried handguns. In the past month about 645,000 high school students have carried a gun at least once in the past 30 days according to the Center of Disease Control. Texas A&M University reported that in rural areas more than 40 percent of adolescents are able to acquire a handgun. Some students fear attending school because of the frequency of guns being brought to school. A survey administered by the National Center of Education Statistics shows that one out of…

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    I may seem like a quiet person or in other words a shy person. But in no way is that true , I used to be the person who wanted to meet everyone. Many incidents in life have caused me to wait for the monster in a person to come out before attempting to establish a relationship. I have hurt many people this way I can only love those who I know and trust. My main source of distrust and dislike of new people is because of a man named Donny Jordan and the night I almost got my family killed.…

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    Stephen E. Wright, an author and blogger, feels anti-gun groups fight to restrict a constitutional right. Wright feels anti-gun groups, to no avail, continue to reiterate old arguments (2012, para. 1). He believes a civilian can 't one day become a killer by having access to a weapon. Wright feels that by limiting handgun purchases, more problems will occur. He goes on to say, more guns won 't result in more shootings. While, gun control has been a topic of conversation for more than thirty…

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    Force or Guns Are Not Needed All the Time Twelve year old Tamir Rice was playing around in the park with his black BB gun and next thing he knows he is shot. The last thing he sees is his sister running to him, screaming. Then there was Antonio Martinez, who was twenty one years old and had Down syndrome was given no warning when he was pepper sprayed, and tackled to the ground for seeming suspicious. While it might be necessary to use force to apprehend a suspect in a wrong doing, it is not…

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    Hajer imam Essay 4 Should women carry guns for protection? The worldwide rate of abused and violated women is high. It is globally known that women are easy targets for violence, so we deduce that females need additional protection. Many believe that women should be allowed to carry weapons to protect themselves independently, while others believe in alternative solutions. No can deny that women need protection, yet people argue about the methods. As a female, this decision must made without…

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