Self-Control: Using Guns for Protection

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It is self-evident that over the century’s mankind has fought for survival as a method of staying alive or simply to protect what rightfully belongs to them. In the past weapons aided brave men in war and they would conquer many nations doing so. As continents developed and societies were established, a power was needed to keep an order between one another. Soldiers and officers were put in place to keep a balance of all the evildoers among us but primarily to keep us protected. Protection was the goal but over time it prevailed as much as it failed. Over the pasts several decades America has witness so much innocent blood over disputes, robberies, and drive-by’s and massacres, basically any crime that involves a revolver. It is 2013 and we live in fear. Some citizens buy their arms under legal terms and use them in a safe fashion even as a means for hunting, self-defense, or sport shooting. However there are those gun carriers who are careless and treacherous and have been granted easy access to them. It is because of this that America must strengthen gun requisites to prevent firearms from landing in the wrong hands. The supreme law of the land was written nearly 226 years ago. The U.S. Constitution grants us the greatest set of rules, the amendments. The second amendment is one of the most controversial of the twenty-seven. The amendment is as follows: “A well-regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”, which in short translates that people should be allowed to bear arms and that it should be respected. The nation’s greatest conflict is the conduct of citizen’s self-control when it comes to fire-arms. Some social quarrels are resolved through violence. When the right to bear arms and wrangles are put together chaos occurs. “The controversy centered around the need to curb crime, on one hand, and the second amendment right to bear arms, on the public order....
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