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  • Should Student Carry Guns On Campus Essay

    in the pocket or in a locked car on the parking lot beside the fact that a number of people get killed in different colleges. Just recently, on October 1, 2015, nine innocent lives were killed and another nine wounded on Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, OR. Campus should be a safe place for students, and they should feel safe when they are going to get an education. However many people argue that guns do not threaten safety. Student should not be allowed to carry a weapon on campus. There are…

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  • Summary: Leave Guns Out Of Pencil Cases

    Leave Guns out of Pencil Cases Throughout history the war on gun control has been a never ending rollercoaster ride. The fight on guns on college campuses -- a supposed safe learning environment -- has been even more difficult. In 2015 alone, the number of college campus shootings have skyrocketed in the United States while less than five college campus shootings have occurred in England and Wales. Many gun enthusiasts claim that stricter gun laws will not solve the problem. On the other hand,…

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  • Essay On Harsher Gun Laws

    “Instead, writers such as The Post’s Charles Krauthammer have shifted to an even starker prescription for the endless procession of mass shootings in the United States: Do nothing,” (DeFilippis and Hughes). Writers now are avoiding all of the mass shootings that have been happening. These authors are criticizing other writers because instead of promoting to do something they are not. Although people have the right to firearms in the United States, there should be harsher gun laws. The laws…

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  • The Advantages And Importance Of Globalization And Social Media

    “Social media is an internet based networking that allows people to create , share and exchange their ideas, emotions and feelings with others through different social websites all around the globe”.it is the new media . it is the online communication that allows people to share , write ,exchange and express their feelings in the form of communication on different networking sites e.g Facebook , twitter , likndin , Google etc. Social media is the fastest form of communication we can connect…

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  • Gun Control Problem Solution Essay

    Columbine. Virginia Tech. Aurora. Sandy Hook. Charleston. Roseburg. What do all of these places have in common? All have been a site of a mass shooting in the last 20 years. After each of these mass shootings, there has been some sort of call to action to prevent the next massacre. This action is to curb the epidemic of gun violence that permeates throughout the country, a country where there has been over 43,000 incidents of gun violence in the first ten months of 2015 alone (Gun Violence…

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  • The Effect Of Gun Control On Modern Society

    The long debate on gun control and the effect that it has on modern society has been an ongoing issue. Although it takes the action of pulling the trigger to ignite the gun, in today’s modern world, it is far to easy for people to obtain such weapons. Between the social problems that have recently arose and the increase in the amount of gun-related deaths, the improvement of the restrictions on gun control are something that our country needs to take into consideration. Generally, gun control…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Domestic Terrorism

    happen with alarming frequency and much less scrutiny. Other infamous examples of mass shootings perpetrated by white men are, but not limited to, the Sandy Hook Massacre, the Tucson Massacre, the Columbine Massacre, the Aurora Theatre Massacre, the Roseburg Massacre, the Charleston Massacre, the Oak Creek Sikh Temple Massacre, the San Ysidro McDonalds Massacre, and the UT Austin Tower…

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  • The Consequences Of The Stricter Gun Control Laws

    Imagine a world where fugitives and convicted felons were allowed to purchase guns. Would you be comfortable with the idea of that? Pretty sure nobody would. Without stricter gun control laws the sales of guns would skyrocket through the roof and potentially raise gun related violence and accidents. The idea of that is unacceptable to some and others seem to be oblivious to that fact. According to the Gun Violence Archive statistics as seen on their website, 2015 alone has had over 45,000 gun…

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  • Why Are Guns Bad

    Why Are Guns Negatively Looked Upon in the US? There are several controversial topics in modern USA society, such as illegal immigration, racial diversity, wage gap, lack or overuse of the democracy, and, of course, the problem of guns and gun control. The nation is divided into two groups with completely different view of this issue: half of the citizens believe that it should remain legal to own guns, and that it is a natural right of every US citizen. However, the other part of Americans…

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  • Debate On Guns In Schools

    “More than 150 U.S. college campuses have allowed concealed carry for a combined total of almost 1,500 semesters (spring/fall) over the past twenty years. Not one of these campuses has seen a single resulting act of violence (including threats) or a single resulting suicide attempt” (Campus). The presence of guns on over 150 college campuses has not resulted in any safety problems, and one could even say that the knowledge that guns are present on campuses may have prevented any potential…

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