Pro Gun or Anti Gun: What is Your Answer? Kelli R. Sumpter Com 156 University and Composition and Communication II October 13, 2013 Elyse A. Berube, Ed.D University of Phoenix Pro Gun or Anti Gun: What is Your Answer? As American citizens, we are born with certain God given and inalienable rights. Our founding fathers penned the God given and inalienable rights. America’s founding fathers penned the Constitution and Bill of Rights to protect America from tyranny, threats, and becoming anything other than the democracy they envisioned.
Good Morning Mdm and Friends, today I will be presenting a topic on Gun Control (Click) and the research question (Click) that I will be expounding upon would be, to what extent should Gun Control Laws in America be enforced? (Click)*2 This is my contents page…(Click) *3 First, allow me to define Gun Control. Gun control refers to the worldwide effort to regulate the sale of guns or reliance on the community. (Click) Unlike what most think, gun control does not refer to the banning of guns. (Click) Civilians are allowed to possess guns but there are some forms of laws passed to restrict gun sale.
Weapons would fall under is one of the leading subjects where there are many misconceptions. This is caused by people having several different viewpoints and different ideas on what on what falls under the second amendment and what should be narrowed down in the second amendment. One of the most divisive areas that gun control changes the amount of violent crimes in America. The national rifle association and the gun control activists are now in a series of court cases trying to defend their sides of the gun control debate. The media is spreading a lot of false persuasions for gun which makes this subject so diverse and so argumentum.
Throughout the Constitution, organized operatives designated by the state are referred to as the militia, and the citizens are referred to as the people of the United States. Over the past decade there has been much debate on concealed carry laws regarding personal firearms. Currently there are forty-eight states that allow concealed firearms by their citizens. The Second Amendment of the Constitutional Bill of Rights 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” (Bill of Rights). Much of the debate comes from the meanings imposed by our founding fathers when the Constitution was composed.
Who graduate from the University of Oxford where he studied modern history and politics. Cooke was a immigration from England in 2011 to the United States. His work’s major aim was mostly on free speech, Anglo-American history, British liberty, the Second Amendment, and American exceptionalism. Cooke’s argument in this article was that the logic of belief was for gun ownership is based on the concepts of the Constitution’s Second Amendment’s statement which states that the citizens have the right to be armed in order to protect their own
Guns don’t kill people! People kill people! If this statement is truthful as Abraham Lincoln himself, why is the U.S. Government trying to bring the sales and purchasing of firearms to a screeching halt? There are many different types and styles but there are some generalities about them. “Firearms (guns) are generally classified into three broad types: (1) handguns, (2) Rifles and (3) shotguns,” (justfacts.com).
Those who do not believe in the legalization of concealed carry stand firm in their opposition. We must stand firm in our support of the legalization of concealed carry in all states. Concealed carry of firearms can save lives and give individuals the ability to protect what is rightfully theirs. We must write our legislators encouraging their support to allow the concealed carry of a firearm and give back our Second Amendment right, the Right to Bear
In recent years, the number of deaths caused by firearms has increased which has caused some citizens having the need to push for gun control laws. This has created a political war between Republicans and Democrats who have opposing views on whether the amendment is constitutional. Which side is correct and should gun control laws be put into effect? The founding fathers of the United States drafted a new Constitution at the Constitutional
The term "gun control" means any law, policy, practice, or proposal designed to define, restrict, or limit the possession, production or modification, importation, shipment, sale, and/or use of firearms. Gun control laws and policies vary greatly around the world. Some countries, such as the United Kingdom, have very strict limits on gun possession while some large federal republics like the United States, have laws that vary significantly between states. Proponents of gun control generally argue the dangers of widespread gun ownership. Opponents argue that gun control does not reduce gun-related injuries, murder, or suicide, and some argue that such regulation would violate individual liberties.
Yes, true but if we gun owners are responsible gun owner, and we do the right thing we can stop guns from reaching the streets. In the end, a sensible approach to gun violence would include prohibitions of all assault type weapons, more regulation of handguns, and working to make sure federal, state, and local have the tools to enforce the laws relating to firearms. I don’t know if gun control would have prevented the tragedies that took place in our nation, but I do believe that a fear of gun control will prevent us from understanding them. Gun ownership is a type of culture, and talking about whether gun control is right or wrong requires us to acknowledge this. We have to first admit that gun ownership changes a person.