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    Hand Guns

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    human beings. The issue that will be addressed is one that brings with it great controversy. Does our right to own guns infringe upon the rights of others to live? Would it be a greater injustice to ban the right to own guns thus saving lives? Would this action decrease pain and increase pleasure for the majority? I ask that an open mind be kept throughout this presentation, for guns impact two basic rights provided by the Constitution. The first can be found in these words at the end of the introduction:

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    Hand Guns and Conceal Ability The debate of hand guns is highly argued among American citizens. The article "Handgun Bands" from GunCite.com, and the article "Concealed Carry and its Effect on Crime" from CCNCrime.com, advocate the legal possession of a concealed handgun. They attempt to show that legal handguns actually deter crime and violence. The first article "Handgun Bands" takes an emotional approach followed by statistical information to prove the point that handgun bands, or limitations

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    Hand Guns Must Go

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    People own hand guns for many reasons. Some keep handguns for protection; others collect them as a hobby. There is a substantial amount of people in America that own handguns for one specific reason, to commit crimes. Usually they are committing a crime just by having a gun in their possession. The person is breaking current laws anyways; making tougher gun control laws will not change the fact that they are committing a crime. How can guns be kept away from criminals? By taking away their guns, and stopping

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    I believe that people should not be able to carry hand guns on school campus. When I think about this issue it makes me wonder the mind state of the people that own hand guns. Hand guns are one of the leading cause of deaths. With all the issue of today like suicides, raise in violence death with the use of guns, people with mentally issue, and college shootings, I do believe that the rules and policy on gun control really needs tougher enforcements. People should not have to go anywhere and wonder

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    People have questioned gun control long time. Many people wonder if anyone, aside from those who join the law force, should be allowed to carry guns. Benjamin Franklin once said, “Those who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety” (Wright 4). Franklin understood that taking guns away from law-abiding citizens would not uphold their liberty. Some people who argue for gun control state many violent crimes involve guns. Others believe a child

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    would be the one pointing the gun at her head. For my images I have chosen still images of women in a position of terror at the hands of a man. Each of my three images shows the woman being controlled against her will by a man in either a purely physical way or mentally. The first picture that I have chosen is of a military solider, due to the race of the woman; I think most probably in the Korean or cold war. The solider is crouched upon the floor pointing a gun at a woman’s head. The best

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    Paradise

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    wounds. I looked at my chest and the same thing was happening there, but his time I realized that the pain was different; it was reassuring pain, because I knew what it was doing. I screamed as my chest burned. Whan all the cuts where fixed I passed my hand on my chest and smiled in approval thinking I am saved, I am invincible they can’t hurt me because all my wounds will just heal again… Suddenly I felt a knife cut through the thin skin in my throat, to stick itself into my breathing pipe, I couldn’t

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    The story

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    mouth slightly open, staring down at a mirror. She slides the mirror under the crack, then after a moment of hesitation, turns away. May pulls her blonde hair out of her face, accidently starching herself with her long red fingernails. She places her hand on her cheek, then pulls it away. No blood. “Another one escaped,” May says, alerting the guard standing at the door. She averts her attention from the screen. The guard pulls out a sleek black telephone and sends a short text to someone. May glances

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    Even his hazel eyes, empty as they were, did not alarm her. It was the butcher knife he gripped in his right hand that chilled her blood. "Little girls like yourself shouldn't be home alone. They might get hurt or killed or….." He sprang at her with the deadly blade, forcing her to the ground. She screamed from both fear and sheer surprise. He held the knife to her throat with one hand and began to unbutton her cream-colored blouse with the other. Rachel struggled violently, yelling, "Get

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    disintegrating cigarette from a shaking hand. He heard nothing. His ears were still ringing. The crash of the waves below and rapid beating of propellor planes overhead only sounded of long, hollow thuds to his eardrums. He gazed out at the narrow slivers of gray gliding ashore, ramps sprouting from their hulls and then hundreds of little olive dots marching out into the surf and onto the sand, which had been stained a pinkish-brown from the men’s bellies. Raising his quaking hand, he tried to take another drag

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