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Mass Shooting in California Reignits Gun Control

On December 3rd 2015, a shooting occurred at a party in San Bernardino at the Inland Regional Center around 11 a.m., what started out as a peaceful Wednesday afternoon turned bloody and hellish, resulting in the death of insentient people, and for family’s and friends to have their loved ones taken away.

Fourteen people had their lives taken that day and twenty one where wounded. Most of these people happen to be county employees, working at Regional Center. Could all this have been avoided if gun control were more strict? 

This latest mass shooting in California was not the only one America has faced as of recently. Mass shootings are digging themselves in the state of  being a conman component of american civilian life and culture. how sad that must be, its the truth and the truth hurts.

the shooting in California was the most resent  mass shooting and has reignited the debate over gun control. The New York Times even posted about this topic on their front page, putting them self’s in on the discussion. The issue of even a topic involving guns has not made the front cover of the New York Times in Nearly 100 years.

The New York Times Cover just shows the amount of talk and, question all of these shooting are stirring up. many american be;live that its there right as an american to own any kind of weapon, and that it makes them safer. but many arguer the exact oposit.

Gun owner ship has gone down over the years but, it is still a fact that over a third of the house holds in american own guns. as stated in the, Washington post, If guns are available, it is more likely that a violent dispute will become a deadly one, and that a criminal with the intent to kill can find the means to do so.

The argument continues to blaze tall, with no end in sight of going out. will american keep their guns or, will they give up the weapons?

 

Categories: Do Not Use, Politics

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