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    Privacy and Human Rights

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    ways the United States’ citizens have privacy. With all of these false accusations it is simple to see why people would be supportive of our right to privacy. On the other hand, the government eavesdropping on the people of the United States has helped save many lives and justice being served. The United States of America is a free country, so we should have the option to be spied on by the government; however, as citizens we do have rights of privacy that are stated in the Bill of Rights that cannot

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    Does The Government Control Our Rights?

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    How many rights do you have? You should check, because it might not be as many as you think. Some people are not concerned that the police can execute a search warrant without knocking, set up roadblocks, and interrogate innocent citizens. Nor are they concerned when a drug dealer receives a life sentence for selling a quarter gram of cocaine for $20 (Bailey). When you combine current events with the widespread need of people to fit into society, we should all be concerned. The Bill of Rights, when

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    we, as Americans, were to live by in the United States. The law is the set of rules that we live by. The Constitution is the highest law. It belongs to the United States. It belongs to all Americans. The Constitution lists some key rights. Rights are things that all people have just because they are alive. By listing the rights, they are made special. They are made safe. The Bill of Rights is a part of the Constitution. The Bill of Rights lists many rights of the people. The Constitution was made

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    The Bill of Rights was made is list of ten amendments that list the rights that all citizens should have. It was approved in December 15, 1791 and has been in effect for the United States ever since. Teen Nation, the world’s newest countries, has just adopted the Bill of Rights to help run it’s country. As president, it is my duty to choose which amendments to include and eliminate. The amendments that are needed to run a country are the first, fourth and eighth. The second amendment is not important

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    every individual, sex, race and national or any other minority.”- Janez Drnovsek (Brainyquote.com). From the beginning of the Bill of Rights to the end of slavery and equal voting rights, equality has come a long way with the Constitution in play. Arguments can be made that the Constitution doesn’t have the quality to enhance the equality of America, but others would state that America has made advancements with the Constitution in hand. The Amendments along with the past of America’s fight for equality

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    Case Analysis of US v. Emerson

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    restraining order sought to enjoin Emerson from "engaging in various financial transactions to maintain the financial status quo and from making threatening communications or actual attacks upon his wife during the pendency of the divorce proceedings" (United 1). Under Texas law, unbeknownst to Mr. Emerson, the possession of a firearm during the time period of the restraining order constituted a direct violation of the restraining order, and Mr. Emerson was indicted on charges of such violation. District

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    Americans Have the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Our rights as Americans started to take shape when the Constitution of the United States was drawn up by the delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. Three years later, a very important part of American history called the Bill of Rights was added. The Bill of Rights is looked upon and interpreted every day. It gives the citizens of the United States many of the rights and freedoms that we value today, and some of those are in

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    Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution to help safeguard the rights of the American people. But when it was time for ratification, many Americans leaders did not agree with certain parts of the Constitution. They felt that it did not give the people many rights. The Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments, was added to the Constitution four years after the American government was organized (Mount, 2001). This essay will reflect on the rights guaranteed to American citizens, and the guaranteed freedom

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    Convention wrote the Constitution in 1787, there was a controversy between the federalists and the anti-federalists surrounding whether or not to have a Bill of Rights. The anti-federalists claimed that a bill of rights was needed that listed the guaranteed rights that the government could never take away from a person i.e. “inalienable rights.” A Bill of Rights was eventually deemed necessary, and has worked for over 210 years. There are many reasons why the ten amendments are still valid to this day, and

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    Fur thi Cunstotatoun tu bicumi thi netounelly fulluwid sirois uf rali, noni uf thortiin stetis wuald hevi hed tu eppruvi ot. Tu geon thos eppruvel, thi piupli uf Amiroce hed tu bi cunvoncid thet e strungir guvirnmint wes niidid tu crieti e saccissfal cuantry; wholi biong essarid thet thos guvirnmint wuald nut teki ewey thior lobirtois end wuald nut govi puwir tu unly thusi whu wiri muri provoligid then uthirs. Smell stetis, whu eppruvid thi anoty, wiri thi forst tu retofy thi Cunstotatoun anloki

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