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  • Gun Politics in the United States and Guns

    Did you know that guns are very dangerous if they are easily accessible to public? I usually read the newspaper online and watched the news on my computer when I went to study in America. There have been many gun cases in America where innocent people have lost their lives accidently to guns and to people with ill intentions. Therefore‚ I propose a ban on guns in all American CITIES. First‚ I would like to introduce this person. Do you guys know who he is? He was a graduate from University of

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  • Guns And Gun Control In The United States

    In the United Statesguns have been a constituent of the country’s society since history. Throughout history‚ the citizens of the U.S. have used firearms to protect the nation and engage in sporting activities. Background checks could reduce mass killings and hopefully reduce the growth of it‚ as well. The issue of Guns and gun control is very complex. In the United Statesgun control is one of these tumultuous issues. Gun control is the most growing issues that firmly entrenched in their steads

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  • Gun Control in the United States

    Gun Control The most important role of the United States government is to protect the rights and freedoms of individual citizens. Some might argue that the world ’s greater issue is government(1). All countries have social issues that are mostly blamed on the government. Governments should first focus on the social issues that the citizens are mostly concerned off. The United States has many social issues some of those issues are education‚ tax the wealthy‚ creation of new jobs‚ same sex marriage

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  • Gun control in the United States

    Evaluation Gun Control in the United States Orval Lawler English 101 Section B Galen College of Nursing Omar Rodriguez‚ MA Gun Control in the United States Gun control is not one issue‚ but many‚ some people think gun control is a gun issue‚ and to others it is an issue of rights. Gun control is an issue of safety‚ education‚ and politics. In each of these issues there are those who want more gun control and those who want less. Both sides of this issue have opinions from the moderate to the

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  • The Importance Of Guns In The United States

    The people of america should be able to own a gun if they want. If the government denies them that right that is violating a person’s right and the second amendment. Guns don’t commit crimes people do so why take away everyone’s privilege when you could sell guns to the people that can prove their self that they are okay to handle a gun. Anyone who wants to defend their self and wants a gun should be able to have a gun because when they’re right to bear arms is taken away people start to lose their

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  • Illegal Gun Purchases in the United States

    Comp 101 29 November 2010 Illegal Gun Purchases in the United States For years‚ people in the United States of America have been allowed to own firearms. This was a right given to them by the constitution‚ and if the person met all the requirements for a gun. But‚ within the last couple of years people who are not legally allowed to own a gun in the United States have found different ways in which to obtain one. Some ways in which people are able get guns appears to be perfectly legal‚ but when

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  • The Role Of Gun Control In The United States

    The United States has about 270 million guns‚ which is the highest total number in the world. Compared to other countries‚ the United States has exceptional homicide rates‚ as most cases are driven by gun violence. Gun control is a highly controversial issue that resurfaces at the appearance of any form of gun violence. It refers to the regulation‚ and implementation of measures intended to limit access to‚ the ownership of‚ or the use of arms‚ specifically firearms. Gun control has a significant

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  • Gun Control Laws In The United States

    Gun control is accepted and also frowned upon by many United States people. There is a Second Amendment gun act to help prevent any laws to be passed that involve hurting or changing the Second Amendment. Surprisingly many of the guns are being bought by only a small percentage of people. “Today two hundred sixty-five million guns are owned by only fourteen percent of the gun owners in the United States”(Turkewitz‚“Today”). Too many gun control laws enforced can cause problems with the Constitution

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  • The Importance Of Gun Laws In The United States

    One major domestic policy issue is the war of guns. The United States has the highest total guns in the world with a total of 270 million guns. The people’s rights to bear arms has been protected under the second amendment but unfortunately with this right‚ there has been a rise in gun deaths. Such incident can be seen in the Sandy Hook shooting- an elementary school massacre-. Not only that but there has been multiple mass shootings in the United States on December 2‚ October 1‚ August 8‚ July 23

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  • Stricter Gun Laws In The United States

    stricter gun laws. The National Rifle Association and gun supporters in Congress generally claim that gun violence occurs the most in the states with the toughest gun laws. However‚ a thorough study done by the Center for American Progress proves the opposite. From their study‚ the Center for American Progress concludes‚ “The 10 states with the weakest gun laws collectively have a level of gun violence that is more than twice as high—104 percent higher—than the 10 states with the strongest gun laws”

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