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What is one constitutional "right" you would be willing to give up?
Is there one constitutional right you would be willing to give up if it would improve or benefit the well-being of your country's people?
I can only tell you the last one I would give up is freedom of the press. Without it, most of the others are at risk.
I don't follow this. Well being is a matter of the freedom to exercise rights. We already have given up most for an illusion of security. How could surrendering another be of any lasting benefit to us?
by Susie Lehto21 months ago
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by Daniel Bassilios3 years ago
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by James23 months ago
Should citizens, including felons, have a Constitutional right to vote not dependent on state law?The founding fathers' original draft the Constitution avoided direct stance on who got the privilege to vote....
by irachx9 months ago
Do we really have freedom of speech?
by phion5 years ago
Thanks to the NRA and many other Americans, the second amendment has been able to stand up to this same kind of onslaught before. This same attempted correlation of individual’s rights to have firearms, and the acts...
by Sychophantastic22 months ago
So, here's my rant. Since there appears to be no line on gun control, I advocate for complete freedom of gun ownership. After all, I should be able to exercise my constitutional right to protect myself wherever and...
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