28 May 2014
Dangerous Freedom or Peaceful Slavery?
“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the securing of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Those are the words of the seconds amendment to the Constitution of the United States. These words were written by the man who laid the foundation of our government today. As a constitutional right our government has no right to take away our right to concealed carry. The government may mean good by doing this, but will this really help, or only create more problems?
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If certain teachers had the right to hold a firearm, this could have ended just as it began, same goes for the Virginia Tech shooting of 2007. People think the legalization of guns will give criminals more leverage, but it will also even the playing field for the people who do good.
On June 8th, 2012 Judge Richard Posner ruled “Includes a right to have a concealed gun in public, to have it ready to use, and to have it ready for self defense.” The government cannot guarantee protection. The police can not be there every second of every day. Protecting oneself and their family is the duty of man and no government should impede on that. Criminals are called criminals because they don’t follow the law, right? Well what would stop them when guns are made illegal? The law-abiding citizen’s will stop if the law says, but the target of the law, the criminals, will have the unfair advantage.
If guns were as regulated as vehicles everything would be fine. They should be required to have a title and tag, training, a written and practical test, health requirements, and renewals/inspections. The number of places that you are unable to carry a gun,...