While many people have decidedly formed opinions on gun control, the debate is complicated and has strong supporters on both sides the pros and cons of gun control come to the forefront of debate in the wake of mass shootings that continue to pop up throughout the nation yet support for federal bans and reforms remain elusive. There is a lot of misunderstanding and bad arguments being used on both sides of the current debate over gun control. Should more gun control laws be enacted u nderstand t he i ssues u nderstand e ach o ther menu in 2007 the united states had 12,632 gun homicides stated, the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun a may 9, 2013 48% of convicted felons surveyed admitted that they avoided committing crimes when they knew. Their murder rates are only thrice that of the united states the murder rates of european nations that liberally allow guns like france, germany, austria, and italy are much lower than that of the united states, and one-third of the rates for gun-restrictive european nations.
This list serves as a rebuttal of the listverse list “10 arguments for gun control” by morris m this list is not intended to incite controversy, but to foster an even-sided debate the issue of gun control is global, but since it is most controversial in the united states of america, that nation is referred to most in the following entries. Gun control is good no, i believe gun control is a good thing gun control keeps this country safe, and without it, people everywhere would be pulling the trigger we are safer and still alive because of gun control not having gun control would have more criminals walking around with guns and in just a few seconds, able to pull the trigger and kill an innocent man.
This classroom activity takes up a slightly different question from traditional gun control activities that pit opposing arguments regarding the rights of gun owners against gun control advocates the central question is not whether gun control is good or bad, but whether it is good policy. Gun control: a list of bad arguments from both sides posted by: admin on: april 07, 2014 in: politics 1 comment there is a lot of misunderstanding and bad arguments being used on both sides of the current debate over gun control. While details about the tragedy in dallas are still emerging, some facts are painfully clear: the shooter was reportedly armed with high-powered weaponry, was clearly undeterred by good guys with guns and indeed specifically targeted those good guys yet again, our country's lax gun laws helped a bad guy unleash horrific carnage.
The united states has far more gun ownership than other developed countries, and far more gun violence in 2013, according to the centers for disease control and prevention , the nation had more than 33,000 firearms deaths: 70 percent of all homicides (11,208), more than half of all suicides (21,175), and hundreds of accidental and unsolved deaths. Two important arguments from both 'sides' of the gun debate guns in the hands of good people would be a bad idea gun-control advocates seem always to imagine the worst possible scenario.
While many people have decidedly formed opinions on gun control, the debate is complicated and has strong supporters on both sides the pros and cons of gun control come to the forefront of debate in the wake of mass shootings that continue to pop up throughout the nation.
Opponents of more gun control argue that there are already some 20,000 gun laws in the united states, and that, as more laws pass, more gun violence occurs proponents argue that these are largely state and local laws with limited impact, and that without them incident rates would be even higher.
Resulted in the death of twenty seven people including the shooter, the united states president- barrack obama established a committee headed by vice president- joe biden to look at both sides of the debate of gun control and legislation. Mexico has some of the strictest gun control laws in the world and yet, in 2012, mexico had 11,309 gun murders (997 gun homicides per 100,000 people) compared to the united states that had 9,146 gun homicides (297 per 100,000 people.
Gun control is bad yes i get the reason why people say gun control is good but if you think about it humans where still harming eachother before guns where invented, guns are used for hunting, and a way of protection if you take away that sense of safety then no family is going to even be happy in there own homes. This list serves as a rebuttal of the listverse list “10 arguments for gun control” by morris m this list is not intended to incite controversy, but to foster an even-sided debate the issue of gun control is global, but since it is most controversial in the united states of america, that. The issue of gun control in the united states generates heated and passionate debate whenever it comes up to provide a brief glimpse into the wide spectrum of opinions on this topic, the symposium’s guest editors have invited two prominent and opposing voices on this subject.