As an American Citizen, you have certain guaranteed
rights derived from the Declaration of Independance, The U.S.
Constitution and the first Ten Amendments known as the Bill
of Rights. Including the preambles of all mentioned.
These rights include the right to assemble without interference
from the Federal Government. The right to free speech without
interference from the government, the freedom of religion.
The confidence in knowing that the Press can say anything
they want about the government and the government can not
stop them. The right to keep and bear arms and the right to
a trial by jury. Protection from unreasonable search and seizure
by the government. The right of due process, double jeopardy,
self-incrimination, eminent domain (the right to own property).
Trial by jury and right to counsel. Civil trial by jury. Prohibition
of cruel and unusual punishment.
Your Rights or (Protection from Government) are derived from
the First Ten Amendments of the US Constitution
The Right to Drive is not a right
It is a privilege granted by the State you
live in. The State regulates the rules and restrictions for
driving. The State can also pull your privilege and deny you
the ability to legally drive. The States also have reciprocity
with the other states so if you are licensed in one state
you license is valid in all states.