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    alley while walking home from her night class and was sexually assaulted. Megan did not ask for this calamity, but she did ask to be allowed to carry a concealed weapon on campus to protect herself. In this case it was too late for Megan, but maybe this unfortunate event can be used to help others like Megan in the future. Students should be allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus to protect themselves from rape and assault or if a school shooting were to occur. Despite the fact that

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    The Things We Carry

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    The Things We Carry C.S Lewis once said, “It’s not the load that breaks you down. It’s the way you carry it.” In our life, we carry numerous things that we never imagined would weigh so much, or that we would even carry in the first place. We bring some of the things because of necessities, whereas, we just carry the others because they have an intrinsic value for us. One of them is a cellphone which is one of the greatest necessities of mankind now because of the vast advancement in the world of

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    Concealed Carry For All

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    The right to carry a concealed handgun has been a sensitive subject for years, however, due to recent acts of gun related violence, the issue has become a political controversy. Although the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution which 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”, guarantees citizens the right to bear arms, the argument is based on the interpretation of when and

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    Concealed Carry Bills

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    concealed carry bills. Concealed carry is becoming more common in public venues due to the passing of bills in more states. What is concealed carry? Concealed carry is the carrying of a handgun on one’s person with a legal permit allowing them to do so. The handgun must be visible from three points of view. In order to attain a concealed carry permit, an individual must attend one or more classes taught by a certified teacher. Handguns, or pistols, are used more commonly for concealed carry because

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    Concealed Carry on Campus

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    exercise their constitutionally granted right to defend themselves by carrying a concealed weapon. I myself am a law-abiding student here at North Idaho College. I have been an active member of the National Rifle Association since 1990, and a concealed carry permit holder for the last 10 years. I grew up with my father and grandfather teaching me firearm safety, and I increased my skills in firearm training serving in the United States Marine Corps, qualifying as an expert in both pistol and rifle marksmanship

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    Concealed Carry Benefits

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    Spreading the Benefits of Campus Carry Concealed carry is a controversial topic that consumes the media and news today. More specifically, where you should and shouldn’t be allowed to carry a concealed gun. In the last few years concealed carry on a college campus has been argued for and against by many, but passing the Campus Carry Law was a positive and significant change. Implementing Campus Carry gives students and faculty a means to defend themselves against sexual assault and rape on a college

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    Allowing Concealed Carry

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    One of the largest conversation topics currently in the United States, next to Obama Care, is whether or not citizens should be allowed to carry a concealed gun, and if so, what requirements need to be met to obtain a permit. The Texas Department of Public Safety did a study in May of 1999 that showed us permit holders in the state of Texas alone estimated 0.246 percent of all aggravated assault crimes that took place due to the use of a deadly weapon. A man applied for his concealed handgun permit

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    that is Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son” (1976). This song is a song that virtually everyone can recognize and even sing along to. Inside the lyrics to this song is a myriad of images that people have been fighting over their overall meaning for a long time. But what many people never notice is the correlation that this song has with the aftermath of natural disasters, and how people deal with the issues that arise from the disaster. The song opens up with the chorus, saying “Carry on my wayward son/

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    Many politicians and public figures had shared their opinions about the campus carry law, William H. McRaven a for Navy SEAL, and former commander of the United States Special operations forces who raided and directed the killing of Osama bin Laden, and the chancellor of the University of Texas opposed to having weapons on campus. A man who has many guns and has a love for many guns, says that it will not make campuses any safer than they are now. McRaven also was a public figure that joined with

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    right to carry laws. Now in this case as in many others the victim was able to prevent a crime and put the criminals behind bars. Even though in so many cases these laws are a great attribute some may still argue the fact, that right to carry laws would increase crime, that murder rates would sky rocket, that rapes would increase, and that armed robberies would top all time highs. Well, I'm here to tell you this simply isn't true. According to the National Rifle Association the right to carry laws have

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