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  • Rhetorical Analysis On Gun Control

    In this picture below, it is talking about gun control. Gun control has always been a big deal. There are people who believe very strongly about keeping guns, and there are people who believe very strongly about banning them. Everyone has different views, but they are so important because it is such a serious topic.The picture is saying that it is not what the object is doing to cause what it is happening. The people are the reason why things happens. This picture would be for people who want…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Should Guns Be Made Illegal?

    In recent years, a lot of debate had been going on about the laws pertaining to firearms. Unfortunately, with all of the mass shootings and killings being reported by the media, guns are given a bad reputation. Sadly, many people believe that they should be illegal because they are dangerous and can kill people, but what these people don’t realize is making them illegal will do a lot more harm than good. Guns have created a balance in society and if we were to take them away it could cause a lot…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Meaning Of Owning A Gun

    Validity This argument is not valid if you interpret the thesis an meaning that owning a gun will never in any circumstances make you safer. He quotes a study saying that there was a case of a woman using a gun in self defense. He also says they are not more effective than other forms of self-defense, but that means they are still better than no self-defense, therefore able to make you safer. Because of this the absolute statement of owning a gun does not make you safer this argument can not be…

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  • How To Reduce Gun Violence

    Gun violence is a major global issue. In modern day, a gun is the first instinct when one feels endangered in an environment. Instead of reporting to the police of suspicious activity, people take the matter into their own hands which result in many innocent people losing their lives even when sometimes they were not initially the target. The people who have possession of these weapons are abusing their power to conduct malevolent activities such as killing, stealing, etc. According to National…

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  • Essay On Campus Shooting

    State legislators are considering revoking gun-free school zones into a place where individuals in a classroom are allowed by permit to carry concealed firearms for safety purposes. This causes a fierce and rigorous debate amongst representatives from each side presenting their opinions to the government. In response to the gun debate, Obama held a speech due to the most recent gun shooting in Oregon on stricter gun control laws; discussing how laws should and will be changed due to all these…

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  • Symposium Of Guns In America By James Lindgren

    Throughout American history, the topic of gun control has been an argument filled with controversy. There have been a number of traumatic events in the country that involved the use of guns; Because of this, many Americans have become weary to the thought of anyone being able to carry a gun. Over the years, there have been many different stances developed pertaining to this topic. Some believe the Second Amendment should be completely abolished, others believe there should be no restrictions on…

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  • Argumentative Essay: The Sandy Hook Massacre

    There have been few American tragedies quite as heartbreaking as the Sandy Hook massacre. December 4th, 2012, in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, an elementary school was attacked by a violent shooter. Teachers bravely sacrificed themselves for their students, but many were still killed. Twenty children (students in Kindergarten through First Grade) and six adult teachers were murdered. Others were severely traumatized and injured. This was the definition of tragedy, and raises many concerns on our…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Can Guns Be A Criminal?

    In America most houses hold some sort of gun, maybe a pistol or even a rifle. In realization, guns are what people feel that will protect them and their family. The second Amendment states, “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” (Sanford). That phrase has been around for a long time, telling us how we are able to keep our guns as we please. Even though Guns are able to protect a person and…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Should We Banning Guns?

    What would happen if we 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…

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  • Explain Why Guns Should Stay Legal To Buy In The United States

    About 30,000 people that can't protect themselves are killed every year by guns. There is an argument going on about whether or not to ban guns or keep them legal to buy in the United States. Guns should stay legal to buy, because most guns’ people kill other people with are illegal and bought off the black market. So many people's lives would be changed by this if they made guns illegal to buy. It should stay legal to buy and use guns because most guns found in crime scenes are illegally…

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