Gun Control

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  • Mass School Shootings Research Paper

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    There is an old saying in the media "if it bleeds it leads." Indeed, our society has become so infatuated with violence that it is starting to create these killers. An unfortunate reality of the coverage and exposure of mass school shootings only brings these psychos out of the woodwork. Take recent school shooter Chris Harper Mercer, for example. On his social media pages he expressed admiration for previous murderer's stating how quickly they go from nobody to all over the news. They become "famous"

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of The Nra

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    Do you have a gun in your home to protect your family? The NRA is an organization dedicated to protecting amendment number two the right to bare arms. The NRA is always advertising as an effort to gain support and new members. The NRA uses ethos, pathos, and logos to advertise, but they use pathos the most. They use pathos to pull at your emotions to persuade you to join them. One of the emotions that the NRA likes to pull at is anger. They like to use a lot of dark colors and images to get in

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Safety

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    always focus their minds on safety any time they are around guns. Understanding of harmless practices and always implementing that knowledge should be mandatory every time wherever and whenever firearms are present. Whether you are hunting or shooting targets, never allow yourself to get diverted from the safety that governs your actions. Firearm safety can never be stressed strongly enough or repeated too often; simply because irresponsible gun handling can easily culminate into very dreadful outcomes

  • Essay On School Shootings

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    not where I live, but I am also very terrified because of how many families lost a loved one and are crying to this very moment right now because nothing is really being done besides the fact that students from the school are trying to get stricter gun-violence laws. How

  • Argumentative Essay On Gun Violence

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    profession in recent years. Members of both the medical and public health communities consider gun violence not only a criminal justice issue but also a public health threat. It is paramount to move away from the archaic Second Amendment Constitution arguments and partisan political ideologies and highlight the toll gun violence takes on public health. The ultimate goal is to reduce the incidence of gun violence in the same way public health targeted polio, smoking-related cancer, and car accidents

  • Informative Essay On Firearms

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    firearm. Firearms are supposed to be used wisely not unwisely. You must be rational about why it is immoral to own a firearm. We are more likely to increase our own chance of being a victim of a firearm-related homicide or suicide. The quote “Having a gun in the house also increases your own chances of becoming the victim of a firearm-related homicide or suicide in the home.” Shows that you have an increased chance of homicide and suicide. You must be thinking that this is impossible. Studies also showed

  • Persuasive Essay On Guns On College Campuses

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    passed a law, allowing guns in college campuses. The ability to be able to carry concealed weapons on college campuses will greatly lessen the chance of there being college assaults. With more armed students and staff, criminals will think twice before assaulting a college that has the potential to retaliate. Therefore, Texas lawmakers made the correct decision on allowing concealed carry on college campuses. Recently, there have been arguments about the decision to allow guns on college campuses.

  • Spear Gun Research Paper

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    How a spear gun works Introduction: A spear gun is a rubber band or air powered gun that fires a spear underwater in freshwater or saltwater environments. Spear guns are used for underwater fishing in which the spear is fired at a fish with a rope (usually braded) that is attached to the spear from the spear gun. There are different types of spear guns; ones that have rubber tubing to propel the spear and ones that use air to fire the spear. Spear guns are an essential tool when it comes to spear

  • Argumentative Essay On Guns On Campus

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    Campuses Turn Into a Shooting Area In February 2014, Idaho State was considering to allow carrying guns on university campuses. This argument was drawing local citizens’ attention for a long time. The opinions were separated between supporters and opposers. Greg Hampikian was not a big fan of allowing guns on campus. Guns on campus are most likely to be approved by the state House of Representatives. Professor Greg Hampikian is a Biology professor in Boise State University (BSU). During that time

  • Why Guns Should Not Be Banned In The United States

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    would say that guns need to be banned that the government is the only ones who need guns in america. But I'm here to tell you that if that happens then the government will be the only ones with guns correct, No that's not correct. What is correct is that guns prevent an estimated 2.5 million crimes a year that's equal to 6,849 every day. If you look at the statistics of property crimes, Since 1996 the property crimes have dropped dramastically because homeowners have been getting guns for defense.