Gun Control

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  • The Second Amendment: The Importance Of Gun Control

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    In recent time guns have come under a national spotlight because of recent mass shootings. Guns offer a wide variety of uses for both good and bad things. People use them to defend themselves scare off potential attacks or robberies. However, some people use them for very bad things like killing and stealing things from other people. The second amendment should not be changed or restricted because guns are already very restricted and there's no reason to make them any harder to get for law abiding

  • Essay On Gun Control Laws In Australia

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    was born here and have lived here my entire life. I was born into an Australia, which recently experienced the horror of the worst mass shooting in its history. The destruction and carnage of guns were finally understood, so to prevent further deaths we took action and introduced some of the strictest gun control laws in the world. Australia has a long history with mass shootings, with the first occurring in 1628 when 110 Dutch shipwreck survivors were massacred. Since 1778, when Australia began to

  • Argument Against Gun Control

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    Kendra Gallos English III H 3/21/18 Gun Control Will Not Solve Anything Guns are given a bad reputation because of the terrors that can be committed by people who want to cause harm. Those who are gun control advocates wish to ban certain weapons without basis, ban certain weapon attachments, and restrict the rights of the second amendment. Gun control supporters base their opinion on statistics about gun violence that use a portion of data that is not about gun violence just to boost the value of

  • Persuasive Essay Against Gun Control

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    to take some basic steps to keep guns out of the hands of people who can do the unbelievable damage… This is becoming the norm. We should be ashamed.” -Barack Obama. Is carrying a gun really worth risking so many valuable lives? Topics such as Gun Control and Gun Rights have remained an important issue for decades. The negatives unquestionably outweigh the positives when it comes to carrying a gun, this is why they’re so unnecessary. When someone carries a gun on them, specifically in public, they

  • The Importance Of Gun Control

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    strict regulations have been applied on gun use? One of the main ongoing discussions, especially in the world, politics is the ownership of a gun. Gun control is usually mentioned as useless since most of the accidents held by gun powers affected innocent people, therefore it is mostly a weapon people fear from. There are many proposals with reference to what should done on this issue with some people suggesting that restrictions should be set that will see gun ownership being controlled by the relevant

  • Pros And Cons Of Gun Control

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    Should More Gun Control Laws Be Enacted? Common Sense or Gun Control? We live in a reactive society whereby we wait for things to go wrong then we form arguments based on the prevailing situation. American have been owning gun since time immemorial but it is not until something in the stature of the recent Las Vegas shootings, and Orlando shooting where arguments for gun control arise. America already have enough gun control laws and I opine that enactment of more laws to control gun usage among

  • The Importance Of Stricter Gun Control

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    “The United States has an average of 88 guns per 100 people, giving us the highest gun ownership rate in the world”(Washington Post 4). Gun control is the regulation of the selling, owning, and use of guns (Merriam-Webster 1). Lately, the Second Amendment has been a recurrent topic in the news. Some people believe that the rights granted by the Second Amendment are in danger of being taken away from them due to the threat of gun control laws becoming stricter. However, with the amount of mass

  • Why Do People Use Gun Control

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    and starts firing the gun to unarmed citizens. While it may sound implausible, situations like this are likely to happen in the real life because the United States Constitution gives citizens the right to retain and carry guns. A group of anti-gun control people such as NRA claims that the gun ownership deters crime, therefore people should have rights to carry guns in order to safeguard themselves. Some even argue that gun control laws trespass the rights to carry guns for hunting and sports

  • Pros And Cons Of Gun Control In Usa

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    Gun Control and Violence in the USA Did you know that five a woman a day are killed by guns in America? Since December 15, 1791 the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms. In the past decade gun control has been a huge issue the USA, with many people supporting the right to own fire arms but another big group wanting to make the ownership of fire arms illegal. The dispute has many pros and cons, but if we take a long look to the

  • Argumentative Essay On Gun Control

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    “There are more gun clubs and gun shops in the United States than there are McDonald’s” (Han).Guns and gun control is one of the biggest controversial topics in the united states right now. With all the school and mass shootings in the United States, it’s impossible to just ignore. Not all gun violence can be dissolved but a lot of it can. With more regulations and, restrictions like proper training would decrease purchases with malicious intent, guarantee that a person with a legal firearm knows