Gun Control is a Fundamental Threat to Freedom

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Gun Control is a Fundamental Threat to Freedom
Gun control is one of the more useful and revealing topics of debate in society. Unlike abortion rights, legalization of marijuana, and capital punishment, the issue of gun control carries conversation straight to the heart of the most essential of all American values and rights. America's forefathers certainly understood this fact. And that is why, in their wisdom, they created the Second Amendment to guarantee the people of the United States "the right to bear and keep arms" (U.S. Constitution: Second Amendment, 2011). On this solid ground, gun control, with all its well intentions, must be recognized for what it truly is - namely, a fundamental threat to freedom itself.
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