It was the most horrific event that shook the whole country. What seems to be an endless debate over gun control has enraged gun-rights advocate for passing gun-control legislation in New York. New York has become the first and only state to pass gun control legislation. On mid-January Andrew Cuomo has signed the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearm Enforcement Act, Or SAFE Act, into law. The act makes the gun regulation much stricter by banning assault weapons including any semiautomatic weapon with detachable magazine and one military-style feature; limiting the magazine capacity from 10 rounds to seven; gun licenses needed to be renewed every five years; background check will be required to all gun sales, including private sales, with the exception between immediate family member; mentally incompetent are not allowed to purchase guns; and establish tougher penalties for the use of illegal gun.
In America, people are allow to use gun, around 93 americans are killed with gun on an average day in America. Thesis: (Tell listeners what action you want them to take—OR—how you want them to think.) Gun caused violent, we must banned gun and stop using them for forever! Qualification: (Tell listeners your personal experience with your topic, making you qualified to affect their opinions about it.) The mass shooting in Paris, November 2015 is one of the most horrible terrorist attacks I had ever knew.
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.
Dozens of students stand in protest in Florida for their peers who were silenced last week by a shooter who entered their high school and shot more than fifteen students and teachers combined. After the Sandy Hook massacre, you would have thought the legislation would act upon gun control; however, nothing has been done. Thousands of Americans today stand outside the Supreme Court in hopes of stricter gun laws to be activated upon, but what they don’t acknowledge is the fact that stricter gun laws are just the beginning. To suppress this steep hill of school massacres, legislation needs to not only advance in stricter gun laws, but support the mentally unstable, as well. Ironically, the United States is the only country in the world to see so many school massacres every year.
It was 8:06 am on October 1, 1997 at Pearl High School in Pearl, Mississippi. Students were standing around talking to their friends, planning the day’s events when a Luke Woodham, wearing a long trench coat to hide his weapon. Shots rang out in the common area of the high school where he wounded 7 and killed 2 teenagers. This marked the first of many tragic school shooting in America. The reasons for mass shooting is very important.
People didn’t care about gun control but after the massacre the people changed their thinking. 7 A democrat uses the columbine shooting to remind people what can happen when you let teenagers or other people use guns. America started to feel more comfortable with their kids going to school now that their is school safety and gun use is controlled. The shooting made the law change the guns and put safety locks on them. Some stores are ceased to sell firearms and ammunition.
So what is the reasons for this topic? Lately many people have experienced shootings, there are entire schools who have been shot at when they did nothing wrong, and people have even gone after 5 year olds and preschoolers. But the main question is should we ban all guns. This is the question everyone talks about. Should we ban guns, and would banning guns actually stop crime?
Adams states “But despite the apparent inability of political leaders to stand up to the National Rifle Association, five years after Newtown and, more than 1,550 mass shootings later, according to one tally, the desire to dispose of a firearm remains.” This quote explains the dangers of letting people have guns, as you can see in the quote, more than 1550 mass shootings, can you even imagine how many people die in these mass shootings. This amendment is to get rid of all guns in America, which means people are not allowed to get guns and guns won’t exist in America, therefore a terrorist cannot get guns whenever they want, and won’t cost that much of mass shooting we are having nowadays. Lots of citizens have a gun in their home just to protect themselves, but there are lots of others that can help protect themselves if there are no guns, those who might attack them in their house won’t have a gun either. This amendment will take time to apply to all state because we used to be very good at gun
An attack in a very public location that took the lives of 35 individuals and wounded 18 others, amongst those dead is a young mother and her two children. Their government’s immediate response was a ban on the use, distribution, and importing of semi-automatic and military style weapons across the country. Anticipating the outrage, they offered a gun buyback program, before long the whole nation is rid of weapons of such caliber in a civilized manner. As a result, there has been no more mass shootings. The Australian government even added a National Handgun Agreement, accompanied by its very own buyback program, thus eliminating handguns out of the equation.
In 2018, there have been twenty nine mass shootings alone (Gun Violence Archive). The safety of all Americans are called into jeopardy, so the paramount question is, to what extent should the distribution and utilization of guns be regulated by the government? Gun control opposers, those who own guns and fight for the right of gun ownership, believe that any alteration