What Is The Difference Between Gun Control And Gun Violence?

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RUNNING HEAD: CRITIQUING INTERNET SOURCES 1 GENERAL CAPSTONE GEN 499 Instructor David Ward July 8, 2013 CRITIQUING INTERNET SOURCES 2 A blog is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consists of posts (or entries) in reverse chronological order. Up until around 2009 MySpace was the first popular blog then along came Face book followed by Twitter. The growth of blogs has become increasingly popular. Blogs are mainly interactive which allows its visitors to leave comments and even message one another. It genuinely starts by someone producing a conversation by posting it on their page. Many people then provide comments on that subject or joke around about…show more content…
Some responded to one another’s post complaining about their biased decision. Do you parents take gun control and gun violence seriously? The video I selected that best relates to my research topic I found on you tube. It’s called Gun Control: Leads to More Violence. So in this particular video, Judge Andrew Napolitano is giving a speech about as American citizens we have the right to protect ourselves under the Second Amendment. It goes on to interview different people concerning their views on gun control. Gangster rapper Ice-T said, I’ll give up my gun when everybody else gives up…show more content…
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. Then it showed the location of police responding to the call. The point made was if the daughter owned a gun, then she would have a better chance of survival if given the right to use a handgun for protection. The video also showed a homeowner that was in the middle of being burglarized. He pulled out his registered handgun and took matters into his own hands. When police arrived he was handled aggressively and treated with brutal force unnecessarily. Same thing happened to
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