Gun control theory has been and still is a very problematic and popular debate. Do we put guns away all together to stop gun violence, where only military can carry firearms or do we make it harder for citizens to purchase? It has been an issue that has been vehemently argued on both sides of the argument, those supporting gun control and those supporting gun rights. Which is why this is still an intriguing topic in today’s society. Why is that? According to some key statistics, it is noted that in this nation where nearly half of all US households own at least one gun, nearly 30,000 people die from a gunshot each year (Dahl). This alone has made it no secret why gun control is an important issue. The effects of gun control have been substantial but does not deter people from purchasing a firearm. Proponents who are for gun rights, typically say they want to protect themselves from criminal activities or may own businesses that provide weapons and do not want to lose business. So the debate continues.
According to researchers at Boston University, Columbia University and the University of Bern in Switzerland, found that…show more content… America’s history of federal and state laws regulating private ownership of firearms goes back to 1791 in The Bill of Rights, including the second amendment. Presidents have been battling with gun control laws for decades. In addition, I’ve grasped the fact that not only are the American people confused but so is the Government on this situation. The advocates who stand for gun control are confused themselves on which laws to pass and implement for the people’s safety. As we know, a house divided cannot and will not stand, and according to research this topic will never be settled with unity from every party. until the Government becomes rooted and grounded on what to do to make our country safe from firearm crimes the debate
Responsibility to Obesity
Argumentative Essay: Topic 1
By Wei Bai
English 1D (11:00-12:30)
January 29, 2015
Increasing trends of obesity happens not only in the US, but is also in other developing countries such as China. There were few overweight people in China at the beginning of 1990s. Along the soaring Chinese economy, the number of overweight boys and girls surged rapidly. The American fast food restaurants started flocking in. People always debate who is at fault for…