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  • The Pros And Cons Of Concealed Carry

    trouble. You hesitate to pull out your gun, but the other man thinks faster and pulls out his gun, and forces you to listen to him. He decides to fire at you and your family, and run. This is just one scenario that could’ve been stopped. Carrying weapons is bad because, it causes many great loses, increases crime rates, and people with bad backgrounds can get ahold of them. This could’ve been stopped, if concealed carry was illegal. The very first and important reason it should be illegal is…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Gun Controversy

    Gun Controversy “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.” My interpretation of the second amendment is me being able to legally purchase a firearm and use it for protection if I need to. I am all for guns however, I do believe there are pros, cons, and gun laws to allow Americans to keep their guns. Guns can definitely be used as a protection based on how responsible gun owners are. In…

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  • Should Teachers Have Guns In Schools

    will help save kids lives in case of an attempted shooter or anyone trying to harm kids or the teachers. First If teachers were to possess guns in the classroom it would deter violent behavior among students. ”In high school the threat of having weapons on school grounds are much higher” ( Edge). This means that there is a greater chance of a student bringing a gun on campus. If the teachers had guns the attacker or student…

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  • Should College Student Carry Guns On Campus Essay

    there have been three accidental/negligent discharges two by faculty/staff and one by a student:” (Common Arguments, 3). After performing a peer-viewed study in 15 colleges may students admitted that “They will feel less safe if Student, Faculty, Visitors are allowed to carry weapons in school premises” (Human Rights,…

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  • How Did Sandy Hook Shooting Change People's Lives

    The mass shooting and Sandy Hook Elementary School, changed many people's’ lives forever. Some people lost their lives, others lost their friend, child, sibling, or loved ones. This country will forever be changed after this shooting took place. On December 14, 2012 A gunman was running rampage in Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown Connecticut. Many did not know how to initially react to the situation but a mother, Nicole Hockley, took leadership to help mend her own life along with those…

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  • Campus Carry Law Essay

    Campus Carry Law Many college students support the campus carry laws to be effective and preserve their safety; however the campus carry law can increase assaults within the campus, arguments and confrontations can become lethal, and when a student is under the influence, a weapon can be used incorrectly and harm the individuals that surround him. That is why the new campus carry law should be nullified because of the vulnerabilities it generates putting the students’ safety in jeopardy. The…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Open Carry Gun Law

    Do you oppose or agree with the “Open Carry Gun Law”? In my opinion I would have to say, I disagree with this law that has been passed for multiple reasons. In the view of the whole vision of what this law could actually bring, such as more problems in day to day life or situations of tragedy. This law will affect people of the present and the future with this decision by the government. The law is only allow in certain part of Texas, which good but could be better but not allowing it period.…

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  • Founding Fathers Forgive The Right To Bear Arms

    blame the person for choosing to use the gun in a harmful way. Based on the 2nd Amendment, Americans have the right to own guns for protection and recreation. The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was adopted on December 15, 1791 (“Assault Weapons”). The interpretation of the the 2nd Amendment -”the right to bear arms” -is constantly being scrutinized. In the 1950’s as survey reported that “at least one firearm has remained fairly constant at just under…

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  • The Purpose Of The Second Amendment

    The second amendment of the constitution 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.” The constitution was created in 1789 and revised in 1992. The purpose of the second amendment is for people to protect themselves, but a great deal of people are abusing the purpose. America has had way too many mass shootings and accidents which resulted in many deaths. If the constitution is a set of…

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  • Bowling For Columbine Ethos Pathos Logos

    The film by Michael Moore in 2006, “Bowling for Columbine” demonstrates how Michael Moore reaches a sizable audience, for example gun owners. He also explains the causes of gun violence in the United States. With Michael Moore using Columbine High School as an example sets a standard throughout the film. Moore establishes the ethos by describing his childhood and his passion for guns and by mentioning his membership in the NRA. Moore also studies the unexplained theories for the violence at…

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