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    The Second Amendment for the US People. Do you think that we the people of America have the right to keep and bear arms? No other bill of right includes a civic purpose. Why people have the right to keep and bear arms in America. Because the people of America have the right to keep and bear arms. Having a gun can help keep the people of America and their family safe. If someone breaks into a person of Americas’ house trying to hurt them or their family. If a wild animal breaks into a person of America’s house having a gun would be the best option so you don’t have to get close to it. As Americans of the United States of America we have the right for self-defense. And nobody shall tell you that you cannot have the right of personal protection.…

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    The second amendment protects the right of individuals to possess a fire arms although the government retains the power to enact a broad range of firearms laws, including restrictions on possession by felons, or in places like school or government buildings. The “right to keep and bear arms” remains a puzzle to Americans and has become a strictly political matter. The second Amendment does protect us from us from potential danger in the society and it is still relevant today. There are two main…

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    Campus Carry passed on July 1, 2017 giving residents of Georgia permission to carry guns on college campuses. A lot of people are happy because they fill that this will add another element of protection, which will result in a safer environment. Whereas other despise the idea in general. This is only an extension of the bigger issue; which is an individual’s right it keep and bear arms versus a person’s right to live and not be afraid. I personally believe that we should have the right to keep…

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    The right to keep and bear arms is a lot like the right to freedom of speech. In each case, the Constitution expressly protects a liberty that needs to be insulated from the ordinary political process. Neither right, however, is absolute. The First Amendment, for example, has never protected perjury, fraud, or countless other crimes that are committed through the use of speech. Similarly, no reasonable person could believe that violent criminals should have unrestricted access to guns, or that…

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    In the United States the right to own a firearm is listed in the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. The Second Amendment states, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” (U.S. Constitution. Amend. II). Gun control legislation is both a federal and a state issue. There are some federal laws that still impact gun control today. One of the federal laws that have laid the groundwork…

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    today? Is it abortion, gay rights, gender discrimination, race, or is it guns? After recent research I have concluded it has been guns. Our media is saturated with guns; from intense action movies to even our news covering guns, it 's virtually impossible to escape this “gun frenzy” that America has gone into. In the past years gun related homicides in the United States have almost tripled, and every month there is at least 3 mass shootings that occur. Yet as a Nation, we have not came…

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    citizens our rights, this world would be very hard to live in. I am glad that the Constitution is around and available, thanks to our Founding Fathers we have a rule book for everything we can think of. To me the most important part of the Constitution is the Amendments, as it is there to protect us. According to the Keeping the Republic text book, the founders did not pass the Amendment for concerns of our freedom. On Page 140 of the textbook, it shows a break down of what they exactly had…

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    He claims that hardly anyone even supporters of the view that it is the individual’s right to own and bear arms is opposed to the necessity of regulating firearms in some effective way. Accordingly, the author makes it clear that the issue is not reasonable regulation, and claims that the government, in his opinion, be capable of and should decide what weapons are okay for certain individuals to have possession of. He also states that it is generally agreed on, at least in his opinion, that…

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    Gun Free Zones Analysis

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    since 2009 occurred in gun-free zones (Hawkins, 2014). The basic rights of the Second Amendment allow us to purchase weapons and use them as we please as long as we follow the rules and laws. Gun rights were very serious rights when America was first founded and are still very serious and important. After a few shootings, the federal government decided to mark some areas as gun free zones because they were trying to stop mass shootings. Instead of further protecting the people, the gun free…

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    the Second Amendment? What sort of cultural influences at the time of the writing helped to shape the views of writers? And most importantly, what right or rights were the framers of the Second Amendment actually intending to protect? Cress and Shalhope each look at multiple primary and secondary sources to back up their thesis, sometimes even the same sources; however,…

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