Favour G. Iyore Jamie K. Wilson DRE 098 4 February 2016 Annotated Bibliography on Gun Control Law Lupica, Mike. "Shame on U.S.: How Many Tiny Coffins Do We Need Next Time?" New York
Modern issues essay Gun control is a controversial issue for a long time around the world, particularly in U.S. because of a lots of mass shooting in school and public places. The second Amendment of the U.S. constitution is one of the shortest in all of the bill of right, it was written by the time period of American’s birth and it is the spirit of self-defense that help the new citizens of U.S. win their own freedom from the British. But now as the gun shooting problem happening every day in America, this gun control problem has gradually become to a hot issue. Compare to other countries like Britain, Canada, Japan, China, the difference between U.S. and those countries is in these countries to get a firearm is a very difficult thing
would find a way to obtain a firearm regardless of the law. Crime rate does not originate from the accessibility of guns, but rather the actions of an individual that has disregard for life in today 's society. There will always be ways for the offender commit crimes with
Gun control is one of the oldest laws dating back to the early 1800’s. It was approved in the southern part of the United States. During this period, the Georgia administration banned handguns, but the Supreme Court cancelled the law after some time due to the second amendment. The second amendment of the United States which says “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.” has secured certain gun rights for Americans for more than two centuries. But, over the past years, more laws have been made regarding the purchase and usage of guns.
Gun violence has gotten out of hand. People are able to get them and use them on others with little to any resistance. Although many people think the laws should be changed to fit this generation, it’s harder than it sounds. It takes a lot of thought and agreement to amend laws. Even if they could be amended to being stricter, all citizens wouldn't be willing to follow them. Stricter gun control laws, which would be difficult to agree on, would not be effective in controlling gun ownership/availability and would be hard to enforce.
This week in our reading we focused on Chapter 1 of the SSM 200 course text, Gun Laws and Legislation. While this isn’t the most exciting subject to be reading about it’s an area ANYONE in the firearms industry needs to be well educated in. With the current political environment having so many anti-gun players shaping and forming red tape, violating any laws/regulations can have very serious legal ramifications.
Kniesha Scruggs HUM2020 11/5/16 Gun Laws Hello I will be discussing current gun laws. Basically, I will be disputing the statement that we in American should have stricter gun laws in all cities in efforts to keep down gun related crimes and murders. Compared to states that have strict gun laws, states that have lax or no gun laws do not have less crime rates. In fact, out of the 50 states that allow citizens to have a concealed weapons license only about 10 have crime rates that need their laws to be revamped. That is only 5%. So here are some statistics and points that will get you to see things from a proven standpoint.
The amount of gun control laws will not stop criminals from obtaining guns or committing crimes . If criminals are able to obtain drugs illegally, then they are most likely able to obtain guns illegally. Whether it's legally purchased or illegally purchased or even borrowed from a family member a criminal will go to whatever lengths to get a gun. Guns will be stolen which will lead to more crimes. A stolen gun being used in a homicide will make it harder to find out who committed the crime because the gun belongs to someone else and not the actual culprit. Guns being taken away does not affect the amount of crimes committed because there are many various other weapons that could be used instead of a gun. People who oppose guns say that high-capacity
Nowadays, the gun control is one of the most controversial issues between the state and federal government has started to raise a lot of attention in the past couple of months among American citizens and society. However, guns are one of the most very dangerous weapons has affected to everyone around the world especially, teenager and children. Gun usually used in the war or to protect all the people around the countries to make the nation better and better. Most of the gun has used by all the criminal, they use the gun in many ways that depend on their circumstances for many reasons such as: to destroy the enemy, hunting, intimidation, and murder. Therefore, most of the controversial issues about the gun's control in America is very helpful
Should there be gun control? Should there be restrictions on guns? No, there should not be gun control or a restriction on guns. Gun control laws don't deter crime; gun ownership deters crime. Also guns don't kill people, people kill people. There needs to be a person that thinks it's okay to kill a person to pull the trigger.
Firstly, with the regulation of guns, everyday liberties could be in jeopardy. When Adolf Hitler took over Germany, he “banned gun ownership for the Jews” (Root, 2). The Jews were a targets for German hatred and as a result he purposely left them defenseless in a world of violence. With
Based on a research of Brady campaign with the increase level of criminal activities specially increase usage of uncontrolled guns and in order to control gun usage, some of the states issued State gun laws to fill the gaps in the federal laws and keep citizens safe. These laws can help to keep gun out of the hands of dangerous people and help low enforcement in decreasing gun crimes. Most of the states with strong gun law have the lowest rates of gun death. (figure 1)
As the city manager of a local city and member of the legislative body, action for local gun control ordinance is being enforced. The local government body are normally responsible for enforcing firearm regulation. The National Rifle Association (NRA) is putting our communities and families at risk by
Gun control in the U.S. “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun” (LaPierre 10). Gun control is a problem throughout the U.S. Most people just want to know they’re safe where they live with good people around them. Nobody should be scared to walk out of their house or go to the store. People should not be disallowed to buy guns for protection. While some people are good gun owners, there should be a whole process in buying guns such as; background checks, home checks, the reason for buying it and why.
Gun Control No doubt, America is one of the most powerful countries and the world’s economic power, but there are still many social issues that cause numerous debates and urgently need to be solved. For example, the increasing unemployment, racism, inequality and gun control. In recent years, shooting accidents happen frequently in the United States, which causes great concern about gun ownership and use in the whole society. Generally, there are two opposite attitudes towards gun control in the United States. On the one hand, some people firmly urge the government to restrict gun ownership and gun rights in order to avoid gun violence and perfect gun control laws. On the other hand, plenty of people still want to protect their rights to own guns. The United States should put more restriction on gun ownership and use, because safety problems, the high rate of gun-related crime and the loophole of gun control laws.