(475e) The pain of guilt has affected many people realizing that they did more pain to themselves than the sufferer that was inflicted pain. Issues today have shown both side into suffering and doing injustice. Black people are being targeted by white police because blacks appear to be frightening thus causing innocent black lives casualties. Racial issues cause racial tensions that lead to doing injustice and suffering from it. Clearly shooting an unarmed black male was not the best decision however the decision of shooting an innocent unarmed black person will haunt them for the rest of their life.
The ambient was hostile as many of the population of that country did not welcome the invasion of their territory and assassination of their citizens, The murders of innocent people was a casualty that both sides of the war had to endure. Not only does the civilians had losses, but the soldiers too. Ratio in comparison of the murders is incredibly unfavorable to the civilians of Iraq. This causes a lot of discontent and provoke more attacks to the soldiers on this
What is the best way to prevent DUI and deaths to drunk driving? DUI cause people to loss their lives or serious bodily injuries to everyone who crosses the barriers to drinking and drive. It causes many tragic injuries to a number of people on our roadways. Even the innocent children get hurt or killed if someone decides to drink and drive, for these little ones it doesn’t give them a chance at living their life to its fullest potential. Their little lives are cut short at the hand of another, because of their bad judgment to think that drinking and driving is the right choice.
See criminals are always going to get their hands on guns no matter how many gun restrictions we pass. We can’t stop people from getting guns because there has to be at least 310 million guns and maybe 180 billion rounds of ammo in the US. Now the NORC in 2001 found that 59 percent of people with concealed handguns felt safer when they left their home. That means people from big cities felt safer when they left their homes because they had a concealed handgun. In 2014 there was a 23% incline from women that concealed handguns made them feel safe.
Furthermore, anger and sickness are just some of the many reasons guns should be banned from citizens. If someone has a gun and gets very upset, they may use it and regret it later. According to Harvard University, “Nearly one in 10 U.S. adults have both a history of impulsive anger and access to a firearm…” It shows that the majority of people who use guns to kill one another are either sick or in anger. The Connecticut school shooting is one example of using guns in anger. Adam Lanza shot 20 children and 6 adults that day because he suffered from a mental illness.
From anything like Legal consequences to the drug user putting their addiction before their family. This relates to how Grandel ruined families by killing loved ones. Another angle of devastation is the physical and mental effects it can have on a person who abuses drugs. It can affect your overall health, certain brain functions and sometimes even cause death. This shows even more closely how similar it is to the horrifying monster Grendel, “Killing as often as he could, coming alone, bloodthirsty and horrible.” (pg.26, line 80-81); both monsters have the same goal.
The recent media footage of the destruction of innocent, young lives re-ignites the gun reform debate again, and what we as a community can do to prevent another tragedy. The outpourings of grief and horror are becoming all too frequent in our society. What has gone wrong? Why do human beings feel the need to express their anger and disappointment with their lives by resorting to such extreme violence? The ramifications of easily accessible firearms are like opening a Pandora's Box.
Tragedies like these spark the debate of gun control, should guns be regulated by the government and to what extent? 30,000 American lives are lost each year due to guns, estimated by Barack Obama. 30,000 lives are ended with guns, this doesn’t include the families and friends affected by such occurrences. There has been a rise in the death toll of mass shootings and the frequency of them, the deadliest only occurred last year. In 2018, there have been twenty nine mass shootings alone (Gun Violence Archive).
On average, 12,000 US citizens get murdered through homocides alone yearly. Not only is this number alarming, but the availability of guns in the United States is dangerous as well. When inmates from several prisons were asked where they obtained guns, they had many mixed answers that can be distressing to the safety of citizens. Overall, the survey showed that 56% of inmates paid for their guns (legally or ilegally), 15% claimed that the gun was a gift, 8% had a trade deal for the gun and 5% claimed that they had stolen the gun. Only 8% of America's 124,000 legal gun dealers have sold guns that have participated in crimes.
33,000 people are killed in gun related incidents, in United States of America alone every year. This is a very staggering statistic knowing that the U.S. is only one country out of the 195 countries in the world today. This is due to several reasons. Shootings are becoming more and more common, guns are getting easier and easier to find, but most of all, the second amendment has reigned supreme in gun laws ever since the founding of America in 1776. Some believe that this is a terrible amendment to have our country live by, this group supports enforcing gun laws or even abolishing guns all together.