Introduction: Another day, another life lost. This time it was a six year old child.
imagine? At six you aren't supposed to be dead, you are supposed to be in 1st grade, playing.
with your friends, dressing up barbie, playing ball after school, riding your bike, rollerskating. .
What is wrong with this picture? What is wrong with the schools? What is wrong with the kids.
toting guns? So many questions, so few answers.Where do we start. Many people, both pro-gun and pro-gun control, talk about freedom. But nobody ever really stops to define what it is, and then apply it to the gun debate. This leads to mischaracterizations, particularly from the pro-gun side, that any attempt to implement gun control policies is an infringement on freedom. .
The ultimate end of this argument is to paint those in favor of gun control as "tyrants," or bring up the name of Hitler in an attempt to tar those on the other side. A national system for registering guns and ammunition. 2. Instant background checks 3. Stiffer sentences for gun crimes4. Gun education.5. General education. Study after study has concluded that there is a direct correlation between lack of education and there is a direct correlation between lack of education and.
violent crime. Every dollar spent on education now will prevent.
countless dollars worth of crime damage in the future. Think of.
all the private and public funds used to pay for gun violence --.
hospital bills, funerals, insurance bills, the actual cost of buying.
firearms. Now invest that money in education, and watch the.
crime rate drop.6. Hand grip ID tagging. This is technologically probably still in the future, but it would be a good goal to work for. The theory.
is, each gun is "registered" to one's person palm prints (the legal.