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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1492150559 | Category: Resume design engineer mechanical

At length the lady of the caravan shook off her fit of meditation, and, summoning the driver to come under the window at which she was seated, held a long.

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    yellowgoose462 17 Jan 2017 23:17

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    At length the lady of the caravan shook off her fit of meditation, and, summoning the driver to come under the window at which she was seated, held a long.

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    redbear428 18 Jan 2017 08:59

    Even before the bodies were cold in the San Bernardino mass shooting, President Obama called for more gun control. He urged Congress to pass a law banning firearms purchases for people on the Transportation Security Administration’s unaccountable, unconstitutional no-fly list.

    Wait. What? What would that have done to prevent the slaughter? By the same token, what would any gun control law do to prevent evil people from enacting their homicidal plans, be they Chicago gang-bangers or a religious zealot attacking a Planned Parenthood clinic? Nothing.

    The debate over gun control in the United States has waxed and waned over the years, stirred by a series of incidents involving mass killings by gunmen in civilian settings.

    The killing of 20 schoolchildren in Newtown, Ct. in December 2012 prompted a national discussion over gun laws and initial calls by the Obama administration to limit the availability of military-style assault weapons.

    We live in a constant threat of attack from solo gun men to suicidal bombers. In order to live safer, we install home security cameras in and out of our house. Then there comes another issue: what about in public? Should surveillance cameras be placed in public places? What are the good and bad of public video surveillance?

    According to the debate of whether surveillance cameras should be put in public areas, like schools, stores, libraries, airports, bars and clubs, some individuals feel more secure with the cameras, while other citizens and privacy advocates feel nervous about the idea of someone watching them every time they are out in public. Let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons of using security cameras in public places.

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    purpleduck435 18 Jan 2017 01:52

    Even before the bodies were cold in the San Bernardino mass shooting, President Obama called for more gun control. He urged Congress to pass a law banning firearms purchases for people on the Transportation Security Administration’s unaccountable, unconstitutional no-fly list.

    Wait. What? What would that have done to prevent the slaughter? By the same token, what would any gun control law do to prevent evil people from enacting their homicidal plans, be they Chicago gang-bangers or a religious zealot attacking a Planned Parenthood clinic? Nothing.

    The debate over gun control in the United States has waxed and waned over the years, stirred by a series of incidents involving mass killings by gunmen in civilian settings.

    The killing of 20 schoolchildren in Newtown, Ct. in December 2012 prompted a national discussion over gun laws and initial calls by the Obama administration to limit the availability of military-style assault weapons.

    We live in a constant threat of attack from solo gun men to suicidal bombers. In order to live safer, we install home security cameras in and out of our house. Then there comes another issue: what about in public? Should surveillance cameras be placed in public places? What are the good and bad of public video surveillance?

    According to the debate of whether surveillance cameras should be put in public areas, like schools, stores, libraries, airports, bars and clubs, some individuals feel more secure with the cameras, while other citizens and privacy advocates feel nervous about the idea of someone watching them every time they are out in public. Let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons of using security cameras in public places.

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    vorobushek 18 Jan 2017 03:56

    Even before the bodies were cold in the San Bernardino mass shooting, President Obama called for more gun control. He urged Congress to pass a law banning firearms purchases for people on the Transportation Security Administration’s unaccountable, unconstitutional no-fly list.

    Wait. What? What would that have done to prevent the slaughter? By the same token, what would any gun control law do to prevent evil people from enacting their homicidal plans, be they Chicago gang-bangers or a religious zealot attacking a Planned Parenthood clinic? Nothing.

    The debate over gun control in the United States has waxed and waned over the years, stirred by a series of incidents involving mass killings by gunmen in civilian settings.

    The killing of 20 schoolchildren in Newtown, Ct. in December 2012 prompted a national discussion over gun laws and initial calls by the Obama administration to limit the availability of military-style assault weapons.

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    purplepeacock719 18 Jan 2017 04:52

    i have read all of the federalist papers. the federalist papers are published essays by hamilton, madison, and jay, that explain the reasons why the constitution was written the way it was. in these essays, they discuss the pros and cons of various forms of government. they discuss why certain powers should or should not be given to the federal government, based on how powerful they wanted the federal government to be. they also include historical examples of other forms of government, including how well they worked, and why they collapsed. if you really want to understand the original intent of the writers of our constitution, then read the federalist papers. these men wanted to make sure that future generations wouldn t have to live under a dictatorship. they worked very hard to create a constitution that would prevent one person from ever having too much power. the federalist papers apply to modern-day government for these reasons: 1) the principles in them are the same, no matter what century it is. 2) you must know the original intent of the writers of the constitution, so that you won t be tricked by historical revisionists who try to change its meaning. 3) there are ALWAYS evil people who want to seize control over the government and establish their own dictatorship. the wisdom in the federalist papers will help you to spot these political movements when they start.

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    User1490138925 18 Jan 2017 08:27

    Even before the bodies were cold in the San Bernardino mass shooting, President Obama called for more gun control. He urged Congress to pass a law banning firearms purchases for people on the Transportation Security Administration’s unaccountable, unconstitutional no-fly list.

    Wait. What? What would that have done to prevent the slaughter? By the same token, what would any gun control law do to prevent evil people from enacting their homicidal plans, be they Chicago gang-bangers or a religious zealot attacking a Planned Parenthood clinic? Nothing.