The second amendment is the most important in my opinion for multiple reasons. The main thing it does is protect us. First it makes robber second guess their selves and gamble to see who has a gun and who does it. Second, It also protects the constitution it self. Last in the revolutionary war the were use and that is what started the war to freedom when British took them
All my rights and yours that aren't on the constitution are still there just not in plain site
The first amendment is very important. First of all it gives us the right to say and show what we believe. Secondly, with out it the government can just shut it down immediately without any body even hearing the protest and arresting everyone. Last, protesting was one of the things leading up to the revolutionary war which made us free.
Honey the solider needs more apple juice
8th amendment is very important too. First of all, you don't want to steal a ball and get the death potentiality. Secondly, You don't need a bail of one trillion dollars. Last, You congress and the government could manipulate the public. Those are all reasons the 8th amendment
The 9th amendment is very important. First, it basically said we have other rights to our name. Secondly, if we didn't have the amendment then we could be manipulated. Last, the other rights people might think don't matter, they are very important. Those are some reasons the 9th amendment is important
The 7th amendment in my opinion is the least important. First, it is very intruding to have a solider in your home. Second, they use your food and supplies if they are in your home. Last the last time quartering soldiers really happen was in the civil war.
Children in America should get free school under some conditions. First, they have to of been a citizen for at least 3 years. Secondly, you can't get college or Day care, it's only free for K-1. Last after you get a job you need to pay back twice what they payed for your schooling. That is my proposal of the 28th amendment