It’s so your kids can be safe and unharmed. Kids should be safe around guns for their safety. Gun safety should be taught to kids because accidents always happen. Some people think kids shouldn’t be taught about gun safety, but other think kids should be taught about gun safety. Kids get harmed from guns because they’re using a gun without permission, and they’re not suppose to use them.
Although people believe that this new law is protecting schools from more mass shootings, I believe that allowing concealed carry on the college campus is a bad plan of action because people of that age don 't know how to react in a situation where a gun could be needed, people will abuse their "gun-rights" powers, and it has the potential to cause even more outbreaks of school shootings. Imagine you are a 21-year-old in college. You know the very basics of how to handle a firearm, where the trigger is, where the safety is, where to aim, and that 's about it. You just came from your most difficult class and you 've been assigned so much homework you could
have the right to protect yourself. Face to face with a madman and his gun, the last thing we want is to be left defenseless. This is why I am a student for concealed firearms on campus. I believe the most efficient defense against an out-of-control triggerman on campus is other armed students and professors who can shoot back and stop the carnage. School campuses are not places common people feel concerned enough to protect themselves with a gun.
More specifically, I believe that gun violence will always be an issue whether they are banned or not. If someone plans on hurting someone, they will not care about rules. For example, Guns are very easy for people to buy, but how is the seller going to know what they plan to do with it. It is not like they are going to say that they are going to kill someone with it. Therefore, I conclude that banning guns is not worth it because people who want to use them for negative reasons will even if they are banned.
Also, students are legally allowed to be armed and able to defend themselves and others in public and at home, so it makes sense that they should be able to defend themselves at college. The United States has millions of guns and most people who own guns and carry them are law-abiding citizens, like you and I. In addition to holstering a gun a person has to be licensed by the state of residence, so students will have training and knowledge of firearms and their power. In contrast, there are some people who strongly oppose campus carry; they believe that students having guns will increase campus violence and shootings, however, this is not the case. There is plenty of evidence, from creditable sources, that show that more guns there are, the less violence there is.
People who are against guns say that guns are one of the many reasons why we have so many suicides and homicides. Not all people commit Suicide by shooting themselves most people nowadays are killing themselves by overdosing and hanging themselves not by shooting there self in the head. There are many other ways for someone to commit suicide. One of the biggest arguments on why people think guns should be banned is because of the school shooting in florida. So therefor people believe banning guns will solve the problem of school shootings.
Little Rock’s Nine biggest supernatural force was racism. Every day the students were faced with violence, people would throw stones at them, sometimes white students would knock them out. Police officers from Arkansas who acted as escorts would do little to protect the nine students against angry mobs. As well Little Rock Nine had good forces, as Elizabeth sat on a bench surrounded by white mobs, an educator reporter who told her “Don’t let them see you cry” (Fitzgerald 13) and a white woman who screamed at the crowd to “leave the child alone and stop tormenting her” (Fitzgerald 13) sat at each side of Elizabeth to offer her comfort and protection. Similarly, an epic event has villains.
School is an institute where education should be the number one priority. How can one focus on learning when they are brimming with fear that their school could be the next site of a shooting? It is difficult to see a brighter future when it seems the American government can only provide empty promises to ban even “bump stocks”, an accessory commonly used to make deadly weapons even more lethal. “We cannot merely take actions that make us feel like we are making a difference. We must actually make a difference” (Johnson).
While, others believe that carrying weapons openly by the police would deter hooligans from having their own weapons, and hence, reduce the level of crimes in the society. Though a number of people argue that police should be armed as it is a deterrent of crime, there is no actual evidence that carrying guns can decrease the crime rate. On the contrary, police weapons may add fuel to the gun culture and there is a great risk of police having weapons taken from them. Equally markedly, ambush can never be controlled, whether or not officers are armed. Most importantly, the introduction of armed patrols can make policeman unapproachable.
Do guns kill people or do people kill people? This question has been asked along with what other precautions we can take in school safety. There is no one solution that will solve all the problems when it comes to school safety, mental illness, or gun control, but there are ways that people can help in each of these. The fact that when we hear there is a school shooting and we do all we can to help in the short run is good, but after a period of time the public forgets, they always forget. There is a link between mental illness, and school shootings, but there is almost always more to the story then what’s on the surface.
So students gun control is necessary. First, I propose strict control of the student gunman audits. Secondly, illegal firearms more stringent controls in order to avoid some of the underage students can obtain illegal firearms. Meanwhile, the government and schools in addition to arms control is more concerned with the students ' psychological