Monday, March 22, 2010

Unalienable Rights

The Declaration of Independence stated 3 of our unalienable rights under natural law.

The did not state all of them, so here are some more.

The right to:
bear arms for self-defense
own, develop, and dispose of property
make personal choices
free conscience
choose a profession
choose a mate
beget one's kind
free speech
free press
enjoy the fruits of one's labors
improve one's position through barter and sale
contrive and invent
provide personal security
provide nature's necessities - air, food, water, clothing, shelter
a fair trial
free association

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