Views on gun control

The Democratic Party wishes to see a stricter regulation of firearms, especially assault weapons. The Brady Law, formally known as the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, was signed by President Clinton inand instituted federal background checks for all firearm purchases within the United States. The act banned the manufacture of semi-automatic firearms that were defined as assault weapons under the law for civilian use.

Views on gun control

Views on gun control

Those do not interchange despite what the Limbaughs, Hannities and ding dongs on this board say. She is Democrat but is pro-2nd Amendment.

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You will find that a lot of Liberals own a gun and that many Conservatives do not. So the issue isn't Conservative vs Liberal or Republican vs Democrat, it is pro gun control and anti gun control.

That said, the views are very simple.

The extremists who oppose guns believe that gun violence would end and less crimes would be committed if there were no guns. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Moderates who oppose guns simply want stricter measures in gun ownership including background checks at gun shows to ensure guns aren't bought to commit crimes. A very logical and smart thing to do.

Extremists who are pro guns want to be able to go to a gun store, pick out a gun, pay for it and walk out with it the same day. They want to buy whatever gun they want for whatever reason simply because they feel that they should.

Unfortunately, that opens the doors for criminals to get guns easier and there is no accountability. Moderates who are pro guns want the same measures as moderates who are anti guns.

But with no bans on assault rifles. People want to paint it black and white when there is absolutely no issue around that is.Jan 10,  · The concealed carry legislation is one of many gun measures that policy makers have debated in recent years.

Backers of those ideas, whether the emphasis is gun rights or gun control. · Gun Control: Gun control legislation should ultimately fall on individual states, with the exception of instant background checks to prevent firearms from finding their way into the hands of criminals and the mentally ill, and a federal ban on assault Journal of Contemporary Law; Gun Control: Separating Reality from Symbolism, by Don B.

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· I recently watched an "All in the Family" episode on an old video involving the very touchy issue of gun control and then later (by coincidence) received a Should More Gun Control Laws Be Enacted? The United States has guns per people, or about ,, guns, which is the highest total and per capita number in the world.

22% of Americans own one or more guns (35% of men and 12% of women)  · In the aftermath of the Parkland, Florida, shooting, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have demanded changes to gun control legislation.

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