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  • Persuasive Essay On Guns In Schools

    can be made in the classroom. Finally, these protestors scraped the bottom of the barrel, and created the correlation between teachers carrying guns and teaching violence is the answer. No teacher would wants to pull their weapon, they are not “trigger happy,” and using their weapon would be a last resort. Teachers are beginning to carry firearms for the safety of their students and themselves. We should know that teachers want what is best for our education system and our students, so when they…

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  • Summary Of Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man By John Perkins

    Confessions of an Economic Hit Man: How accurate is it? Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, as narrated by John Perkins – who claims that he started writing the book in the 80’s, but was persuaded either through threats or bribes to stop – tells the story of how he began as an Economic Hit Man (EHM) and his professional activity with Chas. T. Main, an “independent” utilities consultant to the governments of various developing countries. As an EHM, his job was to write exaggerated predictions on…

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  • Limits Of Gun Control

    it's starting to get out of control. I believe bigger guns such as, Assault Rifles, Submachine guns, Shotguns and any other war weapons should be off limits! I think weapons such as pistols should only be the remaining gun. Not Automatic pistols, only a single shot to prevent accidental fires and harm. Only Army men, S.W.A.T, and bigger law enforcement should have those weapons, and that's only if needed. One of the reasons I believe in limited gun control is because of the many cases of…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Concealed Weapons On Campus

    The pros of concealed weapons on campus First of all, there are a lot of restrictions that are placed on people who have the permits. The holders must be of 21 years of age, passed an extensive background check up by the local law enforcers. The consent does not allow for any of the license holders not to be intoxicated when in campus. Each and every person who is issued with a permit to carry concealed weapon in campuses are all known to be responsible people in the society and they are…

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  • Guns In School Research Paper

    Arming Teachers Puts Students at Risk “I want less guns in schools, not more” (April Griffin, School Board Chairman of Hillsborough Schools, found in the article “EDUCATORS: WE DON’T WANT TO BE ARMED; Administrators and teachers strongly oppose the idea that they need guns in class” in the Tampa Bay Times written by Times staff writer Ben Montgomery). Because of the dramatic increase in school shootings since the Columbine High School attacks, America is faced with the dilemma of whether or…

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  • Gun Control Debate Essay

    that: In the United States, private ownership of handguns ought to be banned. We adamantly believe this because the right for an average person to own a gun is not stated in The Constitution. Additionally, the ban of guns has been proven to result in less violence in other countries, and guns could cause destruction if and when fallen into the wrong hands. Therefore, with the weighted evidence the audience will support…

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  • 1984 By George Orwell

    The United States government today, really has more power than any of us think. One of them as all may know are putting up surveillance cameras,they can be a threatening power. The novel 1984 written by George Orwell is an example of how an Oligarchy would be for the country’s people. The United States Government is possible to be close to Oceania that is led by Big Brother if the government does not control the amount of power before it is too late. In 1984, Big Brother has complete and utter…

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  • Summary Of Gun Control: An Overview By Alexander Stingl

    required background checks.” This evidence proves how stupid people are becoming because they are selling guns to anybody that has money and they have no idea what they are going to do with that weapon. Over the years there has been so many school massacres because of these people selling these kids lethal weapons. This point is shown…

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  • Right To Bear Arms Thesis Statement

    would grant the freedom to protect the nation (NRA, 2015). In 1791 the most common weapon was the front loaded muzzle used in the nation’s military, today packing the front end of a long barreled shot gun is only mentioned in history classes across the US. With cutting edge technology a fire arm of any caliber can be easily purchased anywhere there are sporting goods equipment.…

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  • Argument Against Gun Ban

    behind a gun it becomes a tool for self defense and not a weapon as it does with violent criminals. What a gun ban really is, is something limits the self defense of our nation's citizens and keeps them unprotected against those who wish them harm. It is improbable that a ban will prevent criminals from getting guns, they will however, keep a law abiding citizen from legally purchasing a self defense weapon. Banning guns gives citizens less of a chance to protect themselves. A gun is the most…

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