For example, the person who want to posses a gun should have a healthy mental state and no criminal record. In order to make sure the citizens have the sense of security, the government should also know the type of things the people who possess a gun used it for. Due to making the control on guns stricter, the life will be better. This argument will be discussed in three aspect: making the control over guns stricter could help to reduce suicide rate and save some people’s lives. Making the control over
Lately, there has been uproar about gun control due to the gun violence and crimes throughout America recently. People who rely on the law that protects them are more often affected than those who oppose it for their own explanatory reasons. To keep civilians safe, gun control was made into laws/policies that regulate the manufacture, sales, transfer, possession, modification, or use of firearms by the citizens themselves. Though it may seem, these laws aren’t being held to a higher standard causing disruption to the chaotic peace within the states. This will therefore incline the government to have different ways of justifying gun control to make a safer environment for its own people.
As the death penalty is capable of deterring the crime and ensuring the safety of society, it is one of the pillars that provide the community with efficient measures to maintain law and order, therefore, it should not be abolished. Death penalty has proven to be a way to prevent crimes, either by permanently eliminating the main sources of homicide, or by deterring the other potential
Mass Shooting Most people argue that everyone should have a right to bear firearms. However, unlimited access to guns endangers the safety of the society. Guns can fall in the hands of bloodthirsty offenders or of mentally unstable people. Therefore, firearms should be controlled and must be allowed based on certain qualifications. Most mass shooters have no solid reason or any emotional ties with their victims, but they all have access to firearms.
The Thirteenth through Fifteenth Amendments A Compromise Between Slave Tradition and the United States Mei Harter English Language Arts 8A Mrs. Finkell 15 February 2018 Do you know how many painful practices that slaves had, before the rise of the Thirteenth through the Fifteenth Amendments? In America’s history, the color of a man defined how he would live. This rule was treacherous for the slaves, who were mostly made up of the African American race. As a result, many slaves were ripped away from their families. They were forced to walk in chains; slaves were sold, starved, and left to die.
This is an important concept because it explains that officers should not follow society and pressure from the public and media but follow the laws that our country. This a good thing to have when dealing with persuasive criminals and individuals. Both officers and civilians benefit from this principle because it protects both parties. Officers also need to know the laws, so they can stay away form trouble and not be deceived by public persuasion. This is a good thing to have in America today, because many criminals will say anything to get out of punishment.
Between the years of 1846 to 1848, the first war started by America against another republic raged on. The Mexican-American war was mainly started by president James K. Polk, due to his belief in Manifest Destiny and his goal to fulfill it. But despite this war being “Mr. and Mrs. Polk 's war”, it reflected on the much of the population of America, specifically the way the country treated non-white people. Many injustices against non-white people occurred during this time period, slaves and the politics surrounding them were involved in the war, but a main group subject to the injustices were the Mexican citizens.
Because of session the nation fell apart. (Mrs. Wise) I would say the main cause of the civil war is slavery. North didn't like slavery and the south wanted it. They made the Missouri compromise but north thought slavery should be emitted from America so they were going to have to fight.
In the US today there are many arguments about gun laws, as the Republicans want the ability to use guns and the Democrats want there to be more laws to protect the people. (“Gun”) This has caused many problems over the years. Part of the problem is everyone is confused over what the law means. (“Gun”) There have been many times when the court has made different rulings on the same court case causing confusion. People argue that taking away these guns from normal abiding citizens does not stop criminals from obtaining these weapons.
All in all any issue that has to do with kids and their safety people should really work to find a solution that they all feel would work the best. Creating laws built more around citizens opinions would help create more effective laws. ( Franklin) Fixing this issue would not only save many children’s lives, but better laws could help with the problem places are having with guns all over not just in Illinois or the