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  • America Needs More Gun Control Laws

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    across the United States. Nevertheless, in today’s society, gun violence is sparking debate and controversy on how to control gun violence. Throughout the country, thousands of laws and regulations have been created to aid in the control of guns. Through much study, the gun laws and regulations in place have very little effect on the number of gun related injuries and deaths. More needs to be done to establish an effective way to control gun violence. Potential Solutions Shootings in the United States

  • Pros And Cons Of Gun Reforms

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    Gun-Reforms The Gun reform is a immensely political controversial issue in the United States now a days. Those in favor for gun reform argue that guns lead to higher crimes and make it unsafe to own a concealed weapon, armed citizens make people nervous not knowing the motives of the person, mental state, and reasoning of the person, even tough there are laws that will make possessing a fire arm illegal, there are still ways for a criminal to obtain one and make the sell of guns big in the black

  • 2nd Amendment Essay

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    The United State of America, established by the Founding Father who lead the American Revolution, accomplished many hardship in order to construct what America is today. As history established America’s future, the suffering the United State encountered through history illustrate America’s ability to identify mistakes and make changes to prevent the predictable. The 2nd Amendment was written by the Founding Father who had their rights to bear arms revoked when they believe rising up to their government

  • Gun Control And Violence In The United States

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    As we know, a lot of violent crimes are related to guns. Gun violence has been quite common for Americans. Some gun violence caused significant events, such as the death of Senator Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King. Based on Kellerman, Rivara, Somes, Reay, Francisco, Banton, Prodzinski, Fligner &Hackman (1992), every year, more than 29,000 Americans kill themselves, and rates of suicide continue to increase. More people kill themselves with guns than other methods. Every year, “approximately 400

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    Gun control is one of the controversial issues in the U.S.A. from a long time ago. Many gun laws have been established to control the selling, the purchase of, and the usage of firearms in the U.S.A. The National Firearms Act of 1934 is the first federal gun control law, and it requires taxes on the production or the selling of any firearms. The National Firearms of 1938 prohibits the selling of any guns to anyone under accusation or has criminal history, and it also requires licensing for the interstate

  • Should the Government Implement Gun Control?

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    stricter gun control laws have been a hot topic in politics and the national mainstream media. The government thinks that gun control being stricter would help to make less of these tragic incidences occur. I am against this thought because I believe that the law-abiding citizens will be the only ones to give up their guns and criminals will then have an upper hand on the innocent. Even though banning guns is supposed to save lives, cities such as Chicago have already shown that stricter gun laws should

  • Guns and Elections: The Politics of Gun Control

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    In the book Guns, Gun Control, and Elections: The Politics and Policy of Firearms, Wilson discusses the complex issue of gun control and the many debates and controversies regarding the issue. Many people throughout the United States feel it is the right as a citizen in the United States to own a weapon, and the government should have no say in the matter. These people believe this because of the part of the Second Amendment that states, “The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    supporting the law. As stated earlier, there is little jurisprudence in the area of gun control by the Supreme Court. Until the Lopez case, which is really a commerce clause case, not a gun control case, the Supreme Court had not heard a gun control issue since the Miller case in 1939. This, however, seems to be changing with the announcement that the Supreme Court will review the Brady Bill Case. The issue of gun control is heating up... soon it will be up to the Supreme Court to decide

  • America Needs Stricter Gun Control Laws

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    shockwaves through the United States, which initiated the heated debate of gun control, and is continued today due to horrific mass shootings. Perhaps the most frequently used argument by people who are against gun control is the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. Pro-gun enthusiasts claim that gun control is in direct violation of this Amendment. The Second Amendment states that “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    country since the very start of the United States, it is in the Constitution that we as the people of the United States have the right to posses firearms. There activists currently attempting to overrule our constitutional right to have firearms. The Right to have firearms is our Second Amendment right and we need to hold true to this and not give in, to add laws preventing this right would go against the constitution of america. “Firearms policy in the United States has periodically entered the policy