Pros And Cons Of Gun Control

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With the United States witnessing shooting related massacres and the nation divided left and right, it is time to address and face the issue of gun control. Where one side says, ‘to get a bad guy with a gun, you need a good guy with a gun’ and the other side argues ‘banning guns completely will solve the issue once and for all’, the question arises for many citizens of this country, who is right?
It is like living in the Civil War era. America is in a very desolate time and instead of progressing forward, we are regressing back to the barbaric ages. Look at all the recent tragic events taking place: the Las Vegas shooting killing almost 60 people and the more recent Stoneman Douglas High School shooting leaving at least 17 dead. These events are caused by two simple factors: an imbecile who has the intent to kill like a sociopath and guns.
These events lead to a divide in the nation where there is a political battle between three sides: the reds, the whites, and the blues. The worst part, our extraordinary government needs to do a lot more about it.
The concerned citizens of this nation are speaking up. These concerned citizens are divided into three sides in this battle on future security. The blues are looking for a reconsideration of the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution and more control on who is allowed to own a gun. They are the
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At a press conference held at the Newark Memorial High School, Warriors Coach Steve Kerr and Congressman Ro Khanna had some very valuable input to share. Both agree that there needs to be more gun control, but what really caught my attention is what Steve Kerr said. He says that this issue is not just some battle between the left-wing and the right-wing, this is a battle on what’s right. According to Kerr and Khanna, the best way to limit gun violence is stronger gun control. They also agree that arming teachers for the protection of students is not a good