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Gun Culture and Debate
Between February 12th and 14th of
2016, the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly,
Virginia, was the venue for The Nation?s Gun
Show, a bi-annual exposition and sales
opportunity for private small arms dealers in
the region. The expo was held in a very large,
plain corrugated-steel room reminiscent of a
warehouse. Tables loaded with carefullylocked and tagged weaponry sprawled as if at
a county fair; children enthusiastically looked
on as their parents examined AR-15s, HK416s and other assault weapons seemingly
shipped from the arsenal of the SAS or the
dealers sat in lawn chairs holding laptops,
some sporting NRA ball caps.
Gun shows like the one that took
place at the Expo Center are a common site
in the United States amidst an increasingly
heated debate over gun control versus gun
owners? and sellers? rights. Among the
principal topics of discussion are background
checks on buyers. Notable incidents of gun
violence have escalated in frequency in
recent years, with hundreds of mass
shootings spanning the time frame between
the LIRR Massacre in 1993 and San
Bernardino shootings in 2016.
Gun shows have received attention
due to the security concerns of the so-called
?gun show loophole.? The 1993 Brady Bill
requires federal background checks on all
firearms purchases from arms ?dealers.? In
practice, this prevents countless individuals
with documented histories of mental illness,
political extremism, and criminal activity
from buying guns. However, ?private sales?
as conducted at gun shows are exempt from
the mandate; in turn, several weapons later
tied to crime and terrorism were purchased at
gun shows by the offenders themselves or by
straw buyers, notably Robyn Anderson in
1998, friend of Columbine shooters, Eric
Harris and Dylan Klebold. In 2016, President
background checks for ?career private
sellers,? though still leaving ?hobbyist
sellers,? dealers who sell occasionally and in
small volumes, exempt from regulation.
Indeed, walking around the show at
the Dulles Expo Center, 19 out of 21
?hobbyist? sellers there replied ?no? when
asked if a background check was necessary;
of the three who said ?yes,? two simply
screened the buyer?s name via a digital
database of known extremists and criminals,
while one used a sophisticated backgroundcheck system and took fingerprints and
mugshots, albeit by his own desire to.
Both gun control and 2nd Amendment
rights activists have noted that universal
background checks would only be a partial
solution to gun violence. 82% of guns used in
mass shootings are purchased legally. The
controversial Operation Fast and Furious
indicated that Mexican drug cartels were
open to using straw buyers to stock up on
arms through legal pathways. In cases such as
the Isla Vista Murders, Sandy Hook
Massacre, and the Virginia Tech Shooting,
law enforcement officials notably ignored
signs of an attack-in-planning or otherwise an
unstable individual with access to firearms,
shifting blame away from those who sold
them the guns. Likewise, concerns have been
raised by lobby groups like the National Rifle
Association (NRA) that even if draconian
regulation of firearms is enforced by the
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
(ATF), extremists and criminals will still be
able to acquire them through the black
market. Neo-Nazi terrorists David Lane and
Robert Matthews bought the submachine gun
used to murder radio talk show host Alan
Berg from arms smugglers. Likewise, the farleft terror cell, the Weather Underground,
purchased its arms almost entirely through
illegal channels. The vast majority of guns
used in gang-related murders and armed
robberies in the inner city are either stolen or
purchased from the black market. In 2015,
gang members were responsible for 48% of
violent crime in the United States.
Expo tables overflowing not only
with high-grade military firearms, but also
swaths of ammunition, were emblematic of
Americans? ?obsession with guns? as some
critics have called it. Photos and videos from
across the country show children and
everyday adults handling semi-automatic
carbines and high-capacity assault rifles as if
they were golf clubs. Critics such as Michael
Moore have long had a ?why would a
mailman need an assault rifle?? approach.
Apologists cite sport and emergency
situations such as the 1992 Los Angeles
Riots, during which Korean-Americans
defended themselves and their businesses
from belligerent looters using rifles and
machine pistols. Gun advocates invoke the
?good guy with a gun? image, arguing that
gun ownership is a question of self-defense
and deeply American patriotism. On
February 4th, 2016 the US Court of Appeals
for the Fourth Circuit upheld the
constitutionality of assault weapons.
write a 500-750 word newspaper article on it. Assume you are writing for the Washington Post. Provide
a brief description of the event and key players, highlighting interesting points, disagreements, audience
questions, etc. You should feel free to bring in outside information and sources if appropriate. A critical
component of this assignment is to report on an event without allowing your own personal biases to
overly influence your article. This is not an opinion piece.
The assignment will be graded by the following four criteria:
1) Clarity of thought.
Is the information conveyed in a well-organized and logical manner?
Does the article present all sides involved in the issue in a fair and unbiased manner?
3) Ability to convey the tone and content of the event
Does the article accurately convey the main themes and issues covered during the event?
4) Spelling and grammar.
Is the paper free from spelling errors, typos, and bad grammar?
WEB SITE: https://www.cato.org/events/trump-doctrine-one-year
what were the roles of women in negotiations, war, and memory? Think of both
what women did and how they were used as symbols.
Women were always the victim or the vulnerable during that time, and barely
have the right of speech unless men need them. At the beginning of this chapter, it
mentioned a lot of detail about how women were killed at that time and some of enemy
rape women before they kill them. For example: ?Similarly, he made no mention of a
large number of women slain in the raid or the probable rape of several Apache women
the moments before their deaths.? We can notice that there is no human right among
those female victim and I think the fundamental reason that women are lack of human
right is the result of distribution of work among women and men since ancient time.
However, male, an example of Apache, they were live with ribbing since long time ago,
and this kind of lifestyle due to they think family is less important than other things. It
also explained why those worriers would leave their women while the men were ?off
roaming about committing ?.. deed of murder and theft?
Women were always the people who suffer the most during a war because enemy
sometimes focuses on women and children and kill them. I don?t understand this kind of
behavior because this is malevolent inhuman spirits. However, women and children are
the most critical reason for offspring, this sort of unusual strategy can prevent their
enemy from expending their population and becoming stronger.
When the Tsezhine, Tiisibaan, and American were trying to have a negotiation, women
played a vital role called ? talk carriers? in this negotionan. For example: ?Often the
leaders of these encounters were not the male warriors that have dominated most Innaa
histories but rather women and elders— figures whom one Nnee illuminatingly defined
as ?talk carriers? and whose role it was to travel between communities and mitigate
conflict.? Even though women played a vital role during negotiation, they still were
defined as ?talk carriers? which means that they are still playing a ?tool? role in their
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