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Edward Valiente English 120 Professor Taylor 11/20/11 Gun Control The United States is the leader among nations in deaths caused by firearms. According to the Legal Community Against Violence (LCAV), the “gun epidemic” kills more than 30,000 and causes almost 70,000 injuries each year (para 7). Eventually, this leads to an uprising of gun control advocates, who seek to reduce crime and death rates by setting a variety of gun control legislation among the state and federal levels. Although, anti-gun control advocates believe that heavy restrictions on the access of firearms is unfair to American citizens, and a violation of the 2nd amendment in the U.S. constitution. However, evidence shows that a lower restriction on gun control ensures
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Connie Bashford Ken Malveaux English Composition I March 18, 2013 Regulation of Guns The debate over gun control has once again become a heated debate. When we hear about a mass shooting, gun control is put in the forefront of the American public. President Obama recently introduced a bill to ban assault weapons, outlaw gun magazines holding more than ten rounds and requiring detailed background checks on any gun purchased. An effective approach in gun control would be to enhance our background checks by mandating states participate in reporting to the FBI individuals convicted of domestic violence or those forcefully admitted to mental health institutions. The Brady Campaign to prevent gun violence outlines that background checks are
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Assignment Cover Page ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 2012-12-ENC-102-OL013 Assignment: Module 6 Unit 10 Assignment Due Date: 02-23-2013 Student: Mentor: Ms. Catherine Peck TESC Mentor 101 W. State St Trenton, NJ, 08608 firstname.lastname@example.org A Compulsory Review of Quixotic Gun Control Prepared by NA Distributed February 23, 2012 Prepared for Ms. Catherine Peck TESC English Comp Mentor Abstract Few events in life demand your immediate attention like gun violence. These events are always shocking and bring about deep emotions that can take us on quixotic crusades, resulting in ineffective and restrictive regulations. Universal evidence and correlations have long been offered as proof of the mantra that more guns mean more violence and fewer guns, therefore, mean less violence (Godwin 281). While the hearts and souls of the regulatory author are well placed, all too often the resulting debate is rooted in erroneous statistics and unrepresentative comparisons. To illustrate Senator Dianne Feinstein introduced Assault Weapons Ban legislation that would ban any weapon with a grip on the premise they are too easy to get and used too often for bad (Feinstein).
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He makes a point to inform viewers that the U.N. nation’s gun-grab agreement is unconstitutional, politically suicidal for those who support it, and down-right-idiotic (2012). He really does have a variety of personal clips of political representatives using them as media propaganda to inform the viewers the pros and cons on gun control. He states that when guns were banned in Great Britain, murders increased by 41%. In New Orleans during the hurricane, the crime rate increased from people entering houses. They showed a picture of a map of a location where someone’s daughter would be in the event an emergency broke out.