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  • Guns In Their Homes
    549 words
    Having A Gun Very often in life I would find myself strongly disagreeing and upholding the totally opposite point of view about the actions and behavior of those, whose deeds seemed to me rather disadvantageous and harmful to the entire community or society. These kind of actions were mostly coming from government authorities, and quite obviously, there was not much that could have been done in order to refute or override them. Therefore, not only once, the idea of having adequate power and auth...
  • Gun Violence
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    Society's Need for the Registration of Handguns Guns are an instrument that even the most careful of people could do harm with. Gun owners should go to firearm safety classes so they will be educated on proper handling and storage of the gun. While this should only be voluntary, something should be done to insure that guns are only sold to people who have a safe background and are of age. Congress should mandate the registration of handguns in order to keep criminals from possessing guns, to cut...
  • Reasons For Gun Control
    885 words
    No citizen should feel unsafe in his own home. Having the right to a firearm to protect oneself should not be taken away from any citizen. You are in your home and a intruder breaks in. You hear the noises from downstairs. You want to go downstairs to defend yourself and your property, but you cant. You have no weapon of your own to protect yourself from a criminal who is most likely armed. The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States says, "A well-regulated militia being necess...
  • Two Major Bills For Gun Control
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    Gun Control: Overview The issue of gun control has been debated for a long time, probably ever since they were invented. The gun is a small, rather easy to obtain, weapon that is lethal if used in the right (or wrong) way. This makes the gun an extremely dangerous factor in our lives. If used improperly, a gun could be lethal to not only the target, but the user as well. The availability of guns has sky rocketed in the past decade or so, and the immense population of guns in our society make it ...
  • Every Gun In The Country
    466 words
    Gun Control "The Right to Bear Arms". Have you heard this before? This is the second amendment out of the constitution. It states that we the people of The United States of America have the right to own a firearm. Recently, our government has been taking the necessary steps to abolish this amendment. Owning a gun is a right, not a privilege. We as citizens have to protect the second amendment so we can protect ourselves if necessary. You can't take away all the guns. Every gun in the country can...
  • Gun Control Laws
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    In today's world, where violence is portrayed in every aspect of American life, one may ask how can anybody protect himself or herself. I believe the only way is by doing just that, protecting yourself. That is where the notion of gun control comes up. It states in the second amendment to the Constitution that, "A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed". The definition of gun control is governm...
  • Second Amendment And Private Gun Ownership
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    Erik Cast aldo Term Paper Should the constitution protect private gun ownership Should the Constitution protect private gun ownership This is an arguable question with two developed sides dating back to when the constitution was written and the second amendment was developed. After the American revolutionary war in the seventeen hundreds, our new country needed a basis of government, rules, rights and ideals. The fathers of our country wrote these rules and regulations which there was an unanimo...
  • Guns From Law
    602 words
    Seeing the glass half full, our forefathers saw the good in man. In their eyes all men are created equal and are inherently good. The Second Amendment states: A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. Generating over 22,000 laws regulating firearms, gun control advocates see the glass as half empty. This pessimistic attitude causes them to believe that man cannot behave responsibly and therefore...
  • Their Own Means Of Self Protection
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    Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These are the most commonly recited of out fundamental, natural rights. It seems fitting that the right to life would be mentioned first. Without the right to remain alive, to be safe from attack, to defend oneself against attack, the other rights become meaning less. It is impossible to enjoy liberty, the pursuit of happiness, or anything else if one is not alive, or if ones life is threatened. As a society, we have taken steps to try to protect this ...
  • Moore's Points
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    Bowling for Columbine is extremely effective at eliciting a reaction from its viewers. Regardless of whether or not a viewer agrees with Moore's opinions, they can not ignore his compelling evidence. By utilizing fact and human emotion captured on film, each of Moore's points is amplified by each shot Moore captures. Of the points Moore made, the biggest revelation for myself was how much the American media focuses on fear. All of American media is so focused on selling their news, insuring corp...
  • Its Already Existing National Gun Laws
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    It has been seen repeatedly throughout history that an effective method for weakening people, making them vulnerable to tyrannical takeover is by disarming them. In several countries tyranny was made possible simply by denying their people the right to bear arms. Fortunately our government is built on a democracy, where the citizens decide who will govern. Our democracy is 200 years strong with the constitution as its backbone. It is unrealistic to think that a country with over 300 million peop...
  • Gun For Their Own Safety
    785 words
    Agrumentative Essay Feeling Safe Revised Essay, Agrumentative Essay Feeling Safe Revised You are in your home and an intruder breaks in. You hear the noises from downstairs. You want to go downstairs to defend yourself and your property, but you can? t. You have no weapon of your own to protect yourself from a criminal who is most likely to be armed and dangerous. The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States says, "A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a fr...

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