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Say No More Party

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guns

drugs

crime

This party is aimed to make America safer in anyway possible, “Trust in us” because were looking to make Americas streets and security better than ever. We want you to be proud of the place you call home.

 

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Guns

The United States has 88.8 guns per 100 people, or about 270,000,000 guns, which is the highest total and per capita number in the world. 22% of Americans own one or more guns (35% of men and 12% of women). America’s pervasive gun culture stems in part from its colonial history, revolutionary roots, frontier expansion, and the Second Amendment, which states: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

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With guns being regulated it would make our cities safer. The “Say no more party” is looking to make sure we are selling guns to the right people. America has done a better job, however were looking to jump that peak where guns don’t have to be a problem anymore. Our stand is that everyone should have a fire arm. With stores having them crime rate would go down because people can protect them selves better.

We feel if you think you need to have a gun to protect yourself you should be able to exercise your right.

Our Plan

  • However we would still limit who can have them if:
  • You have been convicted of a felony
  • Under 25
  • Can be nothing larger than a pistol. ( no automatic weapons)

 

Drugs

Prevention programs should enhance protective factors and reverse or reduce risk factors.

  • The risk of becoming a drug abuser involves the relationship among the number and type of risk factors (e.g., deviant attitudes and behaviors) and protective factors (e.g., parental support) (.
  • The potential impact of specific risk and protective factors changes with age. For example, risk factors within the family have greater impact on a younger child, while association with drug-abusing peers may be a more significant risk factor for an adolescent.
  • Early intervention with risk factors (e.g., aggressive behavior and poor self-control) often has a greater impact than later intervention by changing a child’s life path (trajectory) away from problems and toward positive behaviors.
  • While risk and protective factors can affect people of all groups, these factors can have a different effect depending on a person’s age, gender, ethnicity, culture, and environment.

With more and more drugs effecting America Our party is looking to stop the drug’s entering our country. The more and more that enter the more violence concurs.Image result for heroin

Our Mission

  • stop Illegal drugs entering this country.
  • Upgrade security equipment at our borders.
  • Train 50,000 more people for border patrol job. (Upping security)

Crime

There were 784 active hate groups in the united states. in 2014, according to the Southern poverty law center.. The number of such groups surged in response to President Barack Obama’s election and the economic downturn — growing from 888 in 2008 to 1,007 in 2012 — before falling to 939 a year later and then the lowest level since 2005, according to Mark Potok, who tracks extremist groups for the SPLC. Image result for crime

With the hate crimes rising our party is looking to stop the groups that are causing these crimes. Gangs and street violence is a huge cause in most homicides in America.

Access to stable housing can dramatically reduce crime committed by former prisoners. Our evaluation of the Returning Home-Ohio (RHO) program found that released prisoners who were connected to housing services were 60 percent less likely to return to prison. These individuals also spent more time in the community before being re-arrested.

Securing a well-paying job can help returning prisoners remain crime-free once they go back to their communities. Our studies found that the more they earned during the first two months following their release, the lower their chances of returning to prison. Those who earned over $10 an hour, for example, were half as likely to return to prison as those whose hourly wages were less than $7.

With these in effect our party can strive because not only will we make America safer, but we will generally make it a better and more enjoyable place.