It is obvious that they are one nation otherwise the health service wouldn’t be a public service but would in fact be a private sector for which the public would have to pay for. This is the new right view. However in this moment in time the health service is public which means if you are a British citizen you are in title too free NHS and means the conservative sector have a traditional view for that policy. Unlike other public sectors such as the police force their funding wasn’t cut this is because in my opinion the health service is more important. The health service is fundamental for the public, without the health service the majority of the public wouldn’t be able to be healthy and pro long their lifetime.
The right to bear arms is one of the rights that American citizens have. However, the country does not want everyone to be exposed to guns. The Republicans think that almost anyone can own a gun. They promote gun rights and think that people should be able to buy as many as they want. The Democrats think very different from the Republicans in this case.
This difference of opinion suggests that there is a tension between the two ideologies. The multicultural belief in communitarianism is at odds with the classic liberal belief in negative freedom as it is based around the harm principle, which states an individual can act as they wish as long as they do not harm anyone else. This is because even if a community in a liberal society leaves other individuals and groups to do as they wish they might not offer the same negative freedom towards those within their own community, this is a tension with
The Liberals were not very big supporters of the Monarch and wanted the Monarchy out of the political area and it just to be solely the government. The Liberals wanted reform, especially the Radicals. If you compare this to the beliefs of the Conservative party who generally believed in One-nation Conservatism/Toryism. This phrase came to light by the Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, His conservatism had proposed a society with the social classes intact but with the working class receiving support from the government. Disraeli emphasised the importance of social obligation rather than
Although police officers stand for peace, there are many countries where people view police not as the hero but as the villain. Even in safe, developed countries like Canada and the United States, acts of police misconduct have occurred. For these reasons, police officers should not be allowed to carry firearms. Eliminating guns won’t eliminate police misconduct; however it will take some power away from them but that can be good because they will also be gaining power this way. It sounds confusing but when people see a man with a gun, no matter what side of the law he is on, they will get intimidated and possibly fear him.
With both having almost completely opposing ideologies, the two parties are considered enemies where members often carry resentment for those of the opposite party. The central belief of the Republican party is that every person should be responsible for their own livelihood and place in society. The core ideology of the Democratic party is that the government should look out for the wellness of all persons even if that may mean sacrificing a few individual rights. With these being the two parties standpoints on government, it is no surprise that the two parties directly oppose one another. It is often considered that the Democratic party is more for the people and the Republican party is for the wealthy and those able to provide for themselves through free enterprise.
US citizens do not support bans imposed on the ownership of gun, but at the same time control of gun ownership. US citizens are further divided one group supports gun control while another group support the right to gun. Politically democrats and republican do not hold the same view on gun control. Most democrats prefers stricter regulations on gun control but the republicans are usually further divided into two groups some are for softer regulation while
Opponents of the policy, however, argue that this will deny rightful owners of guns a chance to utilize this tool in other activities. As the debate rages on, it is unclear which side of the debate will carry the day. However, it is clear that guns are a major aspect in the lives of Americans. This paper explores gun control and posits that such a policy will not reduce crime. Gun Control refers to the control in ownership of firearms by citizens.
Gun casualties and incidents throughout the country have woken the public up from its ignorance and shown them the danger guns can pose to society (Martinez, 2013). While some people want a complete blanket ban on the ownership of guns, others wants an easier access to guns so that every person may look after their own security. Part of what makes the term gun control a very controversial topic is that it’s used in a ambiguous way that does not explain the details of the issue and the demands, apart from literally controlling guns. The two prominent sides of the debate are the groups who ask for liberal gun laws that make it easier for a person to procure guns and conversely, there are groups who want to repeal the second amendment. I personally am a strong believer that an “ideal society” should have no guns; nevertheless crime is a big problem to the citizens of our society and guns are necessary.
However this right has been abused when guns fall in the hands of senseless murders, robbers, mentally unstable individuals, etc. which generates issues of the debate about gun control in recent years. Republicans and Democrats both stand behind our right protected by the Second Amendment nevertheless we need control over the gun laws. Republicans fully stands behind citizens right to guns, just the same as democrats they believe in regulation to keep down violence levels but philosophy they go against anything that inconveniences constitutional right of gun owners. Democrats in no way wish to undermine the right to the second amendment but do wish to establish strong laws to who can and cannot bear a gun for example restricting guns to be issued in the hands of previous criminals, stalkers, person going under mental services, background checks for gun sales, etc.