What other measures do you think should be taken to improve safety on campus

use these videos and the document provided to answer these questions.
https://concealedguns.procon.org/
https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2015/10/23/pro-con-should-college-campuses-restrict-concealed-weapons/
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/more-guns-campuses-won-t-make-people-safer-researchers-say-n671911
1.How secure do you feel on your campus? Would you feel more or less secure if you knew that students on your campus were allowed to carry concealed handguns? Explain.
2.Do you think students should be allowed to carry concealed weapons? Under what conditions, if any, would you agree with this idea?
3.Should university and college staff be allowed to carry concealed weapons? What other measures do you think should be taken to improve safety on campus
4.How have recent school shootings played into this debate?

Are you surprised by anything that is said on this website?

Visit the following website. Nine out of ten Statistics are taken out of Context – https://speakingofresearch.com/2013/01/23/nine-out-of-ten-statistics-are-taken-out-of-context/
(note: the author for the above is Robin Lovell-Badge and was originally published in 2013)
Be sure to use references to support your opinions. Do some research to create well rounded responses.
Are you surprised by anything that is said on this website? If so, what? If not, then why do you think that is?
Why do you think many people are so quick to believe reported statistics?
Give some examples of instances where you often see statistics taken out of context. (search the Internet for other examples and explain why you think they are out of context).
Part B:
(attached file)
Quote from Nicholas Kristof, New York Times, Oct 3 2015. “In America, more preschoolers are shot dead each year (82 in 2013) than police officers are in the line of duty (27 in 2013)

NOTE: The image above might not load depending on your ad-block/privacy settings on your computer/phone. Here is the text of the quote:
“In America, more preschoolers are shot dead each year (82 in 2013) than police officers are in the line of duty (27 in 2013), according to figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the FBI.”
This quote is from an article https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/04/opinion/sunday/nicholas-kristof-a-new-way-to-tackle-gun-deaths.html?_r=1 (non-paywall link here https://web.archive.org/web/20180916002450/https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/04/opinion/sunday/nicholas-kristof-a-new-way-to-tackle-gun-deaths.html?_r=1), written by Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times, published on Oct 3, 2015 and has since been making the rounds on social media. On its face, this seems like just one more indictment against guns in America, especially after the shooting in Roseburg, Oregon on Oct 1, 2015. While the loss of any life is heartbreaking, the loss of innocent children is the particularly hard to accept; which makes it a great way to lie with numbers and use empathy to gain support of the public.
If those numbers don’t seem dubious to you, then don’t worry, you’re not the only one politifact.com, “is an independent fact-checking journalism website aimed at bringing you the truth in politics.” They examined this claim by Mr. Kristof and rated it “mostly true” Their basis for “mostly” is them being overly conservative, the claim made by Mr. Kristof is true. The numbers are correct, numbers don’t lie.
Unfortunately people do, you see it all the time all over the Internet. People will post “facts” that are at best disingenuous, and at worst, completely fabricated. The most dangerous types of “fact” are the ones that are born from real data, but are then represented in a way that distorts the true meaning.
As a critical consumer of information, use the knowledge you have accumulated in this class so far to:
Point out as many possible flaws with Mr. Kristof’s statement as you can.
Think of the ways you would lie with statistics to further an agenda. Now keep in mind, for the sake of this assignment, the numbers reported are correct, but that does not mean they represent the whole picture or that the quote is meaningful in a way beyond comparing two numbers.

Your response should be 1250-1500 words, in APA format, 12pt font, 1″ margins, Cover page (abstract not required), references page, etc. Make sure to use a .doc, docx, or rtf file format and attach the file when submitting. This assignment is due at the end of the week assigned by 1159pm. Please see the class schedule located in the course syllabus for specific dates.
This assignment has a minimum of seven (7) required sources. While the video and provided link can count as one source, this means you need to find additional sources to add detail and support to your answers. Look for real world examples in the news, peer reviewed journals, etc.
Make sure you answer both parts A and B of this prompt fully or you will not receive a passing grade

Are you surprised by anything that is said on this website?

Visit the following website. Nine out of ten Statistics are taken out of Context – https://speakingofresearch.com/2013/01/23/nine-out-of-ten-statistics-are-taken-out-of-context/
(note: the author for the above is Robin Lovell-Badge and was originally published in 2013)
Be sure to use references to support your opinions. Do some research to create well rounded responses.
Are you surprised by anything that is said on this website? If so, what? If not, then why do you think that is?
Why do you think many people are so quick to believe reported statistics?
Give some examples of instances where you often see statistics taken out of context. (search the Internet for other examples and explain why you think they are out of context).
Part B:
(attached file)
Quote from Nicholas Kristof, New York Times, Oct 3 2015. “In America, more preschoolers are shot dead each year (82 in 2013) than police officers are in the line of duty (27 in 2013)

NOTE: The image above might not load depending on your ad-block/privacy settings on your computer/phone. Here is the text of the quote:
“In America, more preschoolers are shot dead each year (82 in 2013) than police officers are in the line of duty (27 in 2013), according to figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the FBI.”
This quote is from an article https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/04/opinion/sunday/nicholas-kristof-a-new-way-to-tackle-gun-deaths.html?_r=1 (non-paywall link here https://web.archive.org/web/20180916002450/https://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/04/opinion/sunday/nicholas-kristof-a-new-way-to-tackle-gun-deaths.html?_r=1), written by Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times, published on Oct 3, 2015 and has since been making the rounds on social media. On its face, this seems like just one more indictment against guns in America, especially after the shooting in Roseburg, Oregon on Oct 1, 2015. While the loss of any life is heartbreaking, the loss of innocent children is the particularly hard to accept; which makes it a great way to lie with numbers and use empathy to gain support of the public.
If those numbers don’t seem dubious to you, then don’t worry, you’re not the only one politifact.com, “is an independent fact-checking journalism website aimed at bringing you the truth in politics.” They examined this claim by Mr. Kristof and rated it “mostly true” Their basis for “mostly” is them being overly conservative, the claim made by Mr. Kristof is true. The numbers are correct, numbers don’t lie.
Unfortunately people do, you see it all the time all over the Internet. People will post “facts” that are at best disingenuous, and at worst, completely fabricated. The most dangerous types of “fact” are the ones that are born from real data, but are then represented in a way that distorts the true meaning.
As a critical consumer of information, use the knowledge you have accumulated in this class so far to:
Point out as many possible flaws with Mr. Kristof’s statement as you can.
Think of the ways you would lie with statistics to further an agenda. Now keep in mind, for the sake of this assignment, the numbers reported are correct, but that does not mean they represent the whole picture or that the quote is meaningful in a way beyond comparing two numbers.

Your response should be 1250-1500 words, in APA format, 12pt font, 1″ margins, Cover page (abstract not required), references page, etc. Make sure to use a .doc, docx, or rtf file format and attach the file when submitting. This assignment is due at the end of the week assigned by 1159pm. Please see the class schedule located in the course syllabus for specific dates.
This assignment has a minimum of seven (7) required sources. While the video and provided link can count as one source, this means you need to find additional sources to add detail and support to your answers. Look for real world examples in the news, peer reviewed journals, etc.
Make sure you answer both parts A and B of this prompt fully or you will not receive a passing grade

The premise of using different community entities to facilitate discussions on racism is reasonable; this should just be further developed and connected to the rest of the.

The Paper has to be revised for clarity throughout, and specifically, the Recommendations need to be further developed and linked further to the Analysis. The premise of using different community entities to facilitate discussions on racism is reasonable; this should just be further developed and connected to the rest of the. Please improve the quality of the reference formatting.

What issues, important to you, are currently being discussed in the state of texas?

What does politics and political science means to you and what you hope to get out of this course( other than a specific grade). Some questions that may help you get started: 1. What is the role of citizen in a Democratic country? 2. What issues, important to you, are currently being discussed in the state of Texas? Explain how these issues affect you specifically. 3. How might state and local governments address these issues? (your response should be about 150 words long … This should be off the top of your head…no outside research needed)

How have these changes influenced our democratic society?

https://news.gallup.com/poll/176042/trust-mass-media-returns-time-low.aspx
https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-20764908
https://www.huffpost.com/topic/media-ethics
https://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2014/08/has-the-media-gone-too-far-in-ferguson-194166
Use the above links to Answer the following:
1.It is clear that In the U.S., the media is all pervasive. How have these changes influenced our democratic society?
2.Do you believe the media sometimes oversteps its bounds? If so provide examples?
3.What do you believe should be some of the ethical limits on the media?
4.Is it more important to keep the camera rolling or is it imperative for the media to render aid?
5.Should reporters be held liable for innaccurate information? Who decides?

This is for a contract formation class i need a contract written with all elements for a us federal government contract.

This is for a Contract Formation class I need a contract written with all elements for a US Federal Government contract. Main actions/laws with bulleted actions taken. A good source for writing the contract is the 2021 Contract Attorneys Deskbook. Chapter 2 begins contract formation and it’s outlined in detail. I’m attaching the case. Thank you

Paragraph 2 – discuss how these protections apply to this case.

Compose a 3-paragraph judicial opinion on whether the law from a hypothetical or imaginary (make up your own case) case you chose to hear is constitutional. Use your knowledge of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and other amendments to support your position.
Support your opinion with evidence using principles and protections from the Constitution. The paragraphs should be outlined as follows:
Paragraph 1 – Introduce and restate the case. Identify which constitutional principles and protections are relevant.
Paragraph 2 – Discuss how these protections apply to this case. Cite appropriate evidence to support your claim.
Paragraph 3 – Explain how this ruling will affect the country.