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    The Legalization of Concealed Weapons for Self Protection The legalization of concealed weapons for the purpose of self protection has and will decrease the number of gun related crimes. Guns were not invented for the purpose of robbing a bank, or mugging someone in a dark alley. Guns were not invented by criminals or by people looking for a way to murder or intimidate. The invention of the gun was directed at making hunting easier and eventually was used in war to defend our country. The first

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    Both Counties had broken off from their mother countries. The conflict that erupted between the two countries where a direct result of different nation policies. The United States had a policy of westward expansion, while Mexico had a policy of self protection. The Americans never had a written policy of expansion. What they had was the idea of "Manifest Destiny." Manifest Destiny was the belief that the United States had the right to expand westward to the Pacific ocean. On the other hand, Mexico was

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    the liberty of the people. Among the Indian nations whose ancient seats were within the limits of our republic, the Iroquois have long continued to occupy the most conspicuous position. The Iroquois flourished in independence, and capable of self protection, long after the new England and Virginia races had surrendered their jurisdictions, and fallen into the condition of dependent. Nations they now stand forth upon the canvas of Indian history prominent alike for the wisdom of their civil institutions

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    control is good. Gun control should not be a plan the U.S government should take because there are many cases in which a firearm will determine you from death or life. And the right to carry a firearm is like the right to protect our freedom, and to self defend ourselves. Firearms are used defensively roughly 2.5 million times per year, more than four times as many as criminal uses. This amounts to 2,575 lives protected for every life lost to a gun. (SAF) The people that are most concerned by this

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    Would like to have a gun for self protection if the time comes? If so the gun control laws could cause you not to be able to. For that reason gun control laws are way too strict. Some of the elderly that live alone look to guns as self defense. That is way is why I believe there shouldn’t be so much gun control. Approximately 2.5 million times a year guns are used in self defense. There is about 62,200 victims of violent crimes one percent of them use guns as self defense and another 20,000 are

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    Media, Reputation Management” and “The Implications of Shoulder Surfing” by Cynthia Andrzejczyk explore the ramification of an unintended self-incriminated posts and the controversy of shoulder surfing. Some institution believes that they have valid reasons to use shoulder surfing;

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    least expect them” (“Codes and Standards”). There are ten pieces of (P.P.E.) that are life saving devices. These ten pieces are a helmet, gloves, protective hood, protective coat, bunker pants, safety shoes, hearing protective, eye protective, SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus), and PASS (Personal alert safety system) device. “Most fire department do not realize that OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) has quite a few requirements for (P.P.E.), for example, CFR 1910.132” (“Failure

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    EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW In school especially, as well as throughout our daily lives, we learn in America to live by the idea of freedom and equality for all. We do not allow race, class, or creed to determine a person’s stature in the community. It may seem as if this is the standard of society, but these ideas of equality have been fought over since the beginning of written history, and even in America today, prejudice still exists. To address these and similar problems, the founding fathers

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    Computer Viruses: Infection Vectors, and Feasibility of Complete Protection A computer virus is a program which, after being loaded into a computer's memory, copies itself with the purpose of spreading to other computers. Most people, from the corporate level power programmer down to the computer hobbyist, have had either personal experience with a virus or know someone who has. And the rate of infection is rising monthly. This has caused a wide spread interest in viruses and what can be done to

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    Texas has just released the new open carry policies. Personally I prefer this new rule, because with a concealed handgun people will try anything. People are crazy these days so you need protection, they like to rob people so basically protection for all times. At this point of time there are a lot of crazy people with wrong intentions. They can wake up and just want to hurt somebody for no reason. With the new open-carry policy as you can now protected protect yourself efficient from these crazy

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