Dube, Rebecca. “Toronto struggles with rising gun violence.” USA Today. NP, 2 January 2006. Web. 24 May 2010.
This article is specifically about gun violence in Toronto. The number of gun related homicides nearly doubled in 2005. Three cases of gun violence were stated. A 4 year old boy was wounded in a drive by shooting. A teenager was is shot to death at a friend’s funeral. And a gun battle between rival gangs kills a 15 year old bystander and wounds six others in the heart of the downtown shopping district.
The source is very useful, not just for me but also other people. The spike prompted a debate in Canada over what is behind the unprecedented violence.
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A teenage gang’s fantasy of Nazism, devil-worship and hatred became brutally real when two members slaughtered their peers and teachers. Gun control is to weak on people. Teenagers are not of age to legally bye guns. Therefore, people who are of age can by guns for them. The 2 students held kids and teachers in the library hostage as the killed 12 students and a teacher before turning the gun on themselves.
This source focuses on just the one topic about the kids. The source is extremely useful with its visual effects on the reader.
It makes my argument almost impossible to find a positive thing about gun control being too lenient.
Paul, Jay. “Gun Control.” New York Times. NP, 22 July 2009. Web. 25 May 2010.
One of the amendments in the Bill of Rights is the right to bear arms. Many people have taken advantage of that over the years which has led to crime, man slaughter, and suicides. Gun control was enforced at its most when the assassination of RFK and MLK happened. Since then it has gone done as gun violence increased. In May, President Obama signed into law a provision allowing visitors to national parks and refuges to carry loaded and concealed weapons.
This source really attacks the issue of gun control decreasing in the country. With new laws...