Bill of rights

Bill of rights
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  • The Bill of Rights and the Amendments
  • Bill of Rights explanation this way!
  • Freedom Of Speech
  • We believe that....and no one will be in harm's way
  • Freedom of Assembly
  • We were thinking that... and that's what we propose to you all.
  • I have picked five bill of rights and the amendment that corresponds to those rights. 
  • Freedom of Religion
  • What religion are you?
  • Freedom of Speech allows us to say things on our mind. Also, you cannot say things that can put other in danger or slander. It correlates with the 5th amendment.
  • Freedom of the Press
  • We take requests for news, got anything?
  • Freedom of Assembly is where people can come together and express or promote their ideas. It is connected with the 6th amendment.
  • Freedom of Petition
  • That is why I am complaining about the situation.
  • Freedom of Religion is where people involved in the bill of rights and amendments had decided that they would not have one religion, so people can be themselves without rioting and tearing the country apart. This corresponds with the 8th amendment.
  • Why does it matter?
  • Freedom of the Press is where people can publish newspapers or any other printed paper. This is related to the 9th amendment.
  • Well....
  • Freedom of Petition is where you had the right to make a complaint and seek assistance of the government. This is compatible with the 10th amendment.
  • I understand I shall talk to my people in the morning.
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