The debate for gun control policy has been going on for years now. The policy has been brought up more and more as mass shootings and school shootings have been happening. But there was one school shooting that brought up more attention and that was the one that killed 20 young children in a shooting. This shooting took in place in Newtown, Connecticut. There was a mass shooting Las Vegas at
“Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” With a government based off of various laws and an actual Constitution, the United States of America has a recurring problem in its society on the topic of gun control. This then evokes the question – should the government have the right to regulate said guns? The government should not have the right to take guns out of the hands of law-abiding citizens, as
When you’re out and about you trust people to not hurt you, but just when someone yells “Gun” every scatters, you’re telling yourself to run and get down at the same time. You hear several bullet flying past you, faster than you can think. Gun Control in today’s world is a term used very loosely around the laws that are in place to stop mass shootings and violence around the country.
Gun ownership is a right given to American citizens under the second amendment in the Constitution, or often stated “the right to bear arms”. However, the misconduct of these weapons has been the primary cause of hundreds of mass shootings, high profile murders and thousands of deaths. Gun control has been a debate in the united states for years, and I believe that stricter laws need to be implemented in order