Freedom is not a Privilege. It's a right.

Updated: 9/11/2020
Freedom is not a Privilege. It's a right.

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  • The Right of the U.S Residence after Being a Responsible Citizen for 10 years
  • This right is rarely found and is important. This right states that legal persons should peacefully enjoy their possessions. Although it is necessary to pay taxes and general interests. The courts are obligated to protect these rights.
  • The Right to Property or to own a property
  • The Right Only For Officials to Bear Arms
  • These officials include police officers and soldiers who participate in the Army. Although arms are good self-defense over the years it's been proving many suicidal accidents due to some sort of bear arm.
  • This right is similar to the first Amendment where people have freedom of speech. As the Amendment states a person has the right "to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
  • Right for Intermediate Licence after 18 years old
  • The Right To Have Free Independent Thought
  • The Right for residence applies to all types of people such as Immigrants. Most of them pay their taxes, bills, etc. on time and those who act responsibly should receive a reward in this case, U.S Residence.
  • This is the 19th Amendment and in my opinion a very important one. Where it gives the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
  • Women's Suffrage Rights
  • A new 17- or 18- year - old driver is considered safer than a new 16-year-old driver. Therefore, teens can get a permit at 17 while license at 18. This way the number of car accidents in teens will decrease.