Guns don't kill people, people kill
By: Morgan Peters
The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun.
This is a very good example of people kill people. It may sound harsh but these people are in the army and have a right to kill the "bad" people. They do it so we can enjoy our lives and have freedom. There was a nationwide survey done in 1993, 4,977 households found that over the previous five years at least 0.5% of households had members who had used a gun for defense during a situation were someone would have died if they had not used a gun for protection. Another survey from 2000, showed that civilians use gun's to defend themselves and others from crime at least 989,883 times per year.
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The 2nd amendment
The 2nd amendment clearly states "Being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arm's, shall not be infringed".How can people try to change the amendments? They have been December 15, 1791. Who in there right mind would want to change something that has been around that many years?! As of 2009 the U.S has a population of 307 million people, There are roughly 300 million firearm's owned by civilians in the U.S as of 2010.
This is a family tradition that has been around since the animals were created on this earth. Hunting helps keep animal populations down to be able to be controlled, Its a period of time you get to spend with your mother/father, and it feeds your family. Why would someone want to take that away? Yes there were horrible school shootings that killed many innocent children and took life's of many great teachers, but the people who decided they wanted to kill people are the ones to blame not the guns. If it were the "guns" fault how does it go off? You need someone to physically pull the trigger, and load the gun.
Death by gun's
Why is everyone worrying about Firearm deaths when its the third least causing deaths? Tobacco smoking, kills over 400,000 people a year! Why is everyone pointing fingers at gun's saying their the reason a lot of deaths occur when about 50,000 people die a year. Yes that is a lot but 350,000 more people die from tobacco use!
Right to carry information
If the firearm is unloaded and secured in the vehicle then you can drive onto school property. But it must be unloaded and secured.
Which one seems more realistic? If schools had a staff heavily armed and trained sign by all the doors instead of all weapons prohibited sign, someone that would try to harm anyone in the school would see that and think that's not such a good idea.
Why would this sign even matter to a person that plans on entering the school and shooting kids? There going to do it anyway because the school has no guns on property so they know they have nothing to be afraid of.
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Why they wont talk about this Pearl river shooting? It's because more people will think twice about guns. The law didn't stop the principle, why would you rather see a kid die then go against the law?
Timothy McVeigh: "The mission was accomplished.. This was something that I saw as a larger good.."