The latter of which advocated for an increase of both police officer protection and offensive capabilities; during the shootout local L.A.P.D. officers and their firearms which consisted mostly of handguns and shotguns were proven inadequate against the two lone gunmen whom were outfitted with body armor and wielded illegal fully automatic rifles, as a result the on-site officers had to use larger caliber firearms from a neighboring gun store in an attempt to subdue the suspects, however it was until the arrival of the L.A.P.D. S.W.A.T. team that resulted in the death and end of the two gunmen. Because of incidents such as this, police departments issue body armor to officers as apart of their uniform along with patrol rifles housed in police cars in order to match any threat should they arise - in essence the purpose of issuing rifles to officers is to match if not outperform criminals in life or death situations, as a result of which then creates the conflict of police militarization i.e.
Your friend, or sibling gets shot, while in the hallway, but for your own safety, you can’t leave your hiding spot. When the criminal is finally arrested, there a dozens of people who have been killed, injured, or fatally injured. All because of one man with a gun. Do you really want your life to be at risk because there is no law banning assault weapons? Do you want to walk down the hallway in fear of someone coming at you with a gun?
The Constitution states that we have the right to keep and bare arms, but there are some groups who have decided that 's not right. They will do anything to change the Second Amendment. This year there was a new gun legislation which adds to the long list of gun laws that already exists. In Colorado and Oregon a law was passed that says you can not buy a gun at a gun show without a background check, and a gun show not only by 3 or more persons to be. So in other words, it is illegal to exchange guns while hunting.
Persuasive Argument Imagine that another world war broke out and you were chosen to fight and protect your country. What if a member of your family was diagnosed with depression except, no one knew how to treat them as we chose to forget all the bad symptoms that came from it? How about domestic issues that differ from country to country? Would you want to forget the despicable massacre that took place in Port Arthur? That massacre sparked the idea for tighter gun laws.
There are so many different reasons why people want guns in this world. One of them is to protect themselves from intruders or if they are getting attacked. But, if we let everyone have a gun that will be just as dangerous as a professional with a gun. A professional will know when to use a gun but if just some random guy gets a gun he will use it at the wrong times and the wrong places. They also say we should have them for hunting, which I believe they should have them for hunting but, I think they should only use it for hunting.
Intruder in the dust contains a distinct and ever changing plot that shifts throughout the story. This is prevalent, especially, when the band of justice-promoting civilians find Crawford Gowrie’s grave switched by his murderous brother. The novel also contains important morals that can empower the movie’s emotion and sentiment with the depiction of racial equality. Call of the Wild, differently, gives minuscule background, about two pages at the start of the book, to Buck, the main character, and it is hard to understand the situation in which he came from. Intruder in the Dust makes a great movie with it’s constant sense of mystery.
Civilian firearms are for recreational activities such as hunting or shooting sports and self-defense (Cicconet, “Semi-automatic weapons unnecessary, unsafe in civilian hands”). The question on what to do about America’s gun control becomes the limelight of the stage every time national tragedy involving gun violence happens. According to Fred A. Roff Jr., president of the Colt Patent Fire Arms Co., he said, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” (E8). This is irrelevant in many ways. Many gun advocates question how banning the use of guns for the civilians in U.S. would help protect the civilians when there are so many other forms of weapons that can replace guns (Adcock, “Harvard study reveals gun control counterproductive).
In order for a mass shooting to happen you need a gun. On the other hand, guns can be used for protection. On the other hand, we all know the know famous quote, “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people.” So why would we get rid of guns? Some may say that we need guns for protection because of all the crime that is happening in the world right now. For instance, if someone breaks into a person’s house and is
Gun control has been an idea since the 1800s, Gun regulations can be good and bad. History has shown that banning firearms from the populace led to disaster and civil unrest. ¨We the People¨ in the United States are very divided when it comes to dealing with gun control and regulations for gun ownership. Banning guns increase fatalities, decreases personal protection and safety, and prohibits citizens from their constitutional rights. The 2nd amendment of the United States is ¨The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.¨ This statement plainly states that every American has the right to bear arms, and there are no other possible interpretations of this amendment that make any logical understanding.
A film and a story with two distinct plots may have their differences, but what about their similarities? In the film, High Noon, the main antagonist Frank Miller and his gang returns to town for revenge on Will Kane, the town marshal, for sending him to jail. Unfortunately for Will, no one volunteers to help him out; therefore, he has to fight them alone. “The Most Dangerous Game” is about Sanger Rainsford, a hunter who gets stranded on an island where a suspicious man resides. This man by the name of General Zaroff also hunts, but instead of animals, he hunts men.