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Gun Control Advocates 2000 From The World Wide
532 wordsDuring recent debates it has been proven that gun control must be enforced, for example, the recent slaughter of fourteen students and one teacher at a suburban Colorado high school. According to the congress, they are pushing for mandatory child safety locks and tougher back round checks. In my opinion there should be many more restrictions on guns and it should be a lot more difficult to aquire a fire arm. I have three proposals in order to keep firearms out of the wrong hands. h One should ha...
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Gun Control Laws Bear Arms
1,545 wordsIn addressing new laws of gun control, one has to look at both sides of the argument. How will new guns laws affect violence in schools and on the streets? How do loyal, law-abiding gun owners feel about these new laws. These news laws are set as all sales of firearms must be registered, all purchasers must be licensed, and no individual may purchase more than one gun per month. There will always be arguments on both sides on such controversial laws like these. Pros and Cons can be thrown about ...
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Wrong Hands Present Time
450 wordsSocrates believes that the spoken words can be brought forth with great knowledge from the credibility of the speaker. The speaker would be able to dictate using his genuine knowledge to pass on his own beliefs. Socrates thinks that speaking is a more noble than writing because, the speaker can defend his own words. As for written words, they can only read by the reader and if the reader were to question the words, the written language can only say "the same thing, over, and over forever." The w...
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Bill Of Rights Wrong Hands
544 wordsBang! Death can happen just like that. That is exactly how guns work. As deadly as they can be, almost every house holds some kind of in their possession. Guns are used for a number of things. People use them for hunting, competitions, self-defense, and even collection items. It is when in the wrong hands when guns become fatal. Guns can be harmless if handled in the proper fashion. Guns are able to get in the wrong hands because the Bill of Rights gives every American citizen the right to bear ...
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State Of Texas Assault Weapons
466 wordsGUNS IN TEXAS Gun control consists of the government restricting the ability of individual citizens to purchase weapons. In recent years many laws have been passed to assist with keeping guns under control, and this has become a topic of significant interest among politicians and US citizens. In recent years law passed have assisted in making more strict penalties for those who abuse the law, less gun related crime, and helping to keep guns out of the wrong hands. We are now sending a clear mess...
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Role Of God Human Cloning
1,327 wordsModern Human Cloning: BAD Human Cloning Modern science has gone beyond the boundaries of ethics and Catholicism to the point where they are trying to take over the role of God and create a human life without yield. Anyone who thinks that they can take the role of God and create another life has no respect for the morals and ethics this country was born on. Technology should not have to prove its power by being the first to create a human life for fun. By going through with this procedure, scient...
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Fathers Death Wrong Hands
475 wordsPower itself contains two sides, depending on the individual who possesses it. Power is like a plague, very contagious. Power in the right hands creates freedom, peace and fairness. Power in the wrong hands induces despotism, tyranny and persecution. In the novel Kindred, composed by Octavia Butler, power corrupted characters constantly. Power corrupts human emotions and turns friends into foes. Power leads and individual to feel very superior. Most of the times possessing the power can destroy ...
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