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The Declaration contains the founders' belief that there are certain truths: that we are all created equal, that we have the unalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and that the right to govern comes from the consent of the people.
The Constitution explains the roles of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government and provides a system of checks and balances among these branches.
Specific civil liberties and rights not mentioned in the Constitution are spelled out in the Bill of Rights. These documents reflect the founders' desire to preserve individual political freedoms.



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Your Right to Drive

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

  • Tenth Amendment –
    The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people

The Right to Drive is not a right at all.

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.




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As a teen your are probably being forced to take a constitution class in school. If you do not know what your rights are they can be taken away from you more easily.

Could Rosa Parks have done what she did if she did not know her rights.

Has the Govenment ever violated our rights?

Has the Supreme Court ever made a mistake? Read about Dred Scott.

Are there groups that do not want you to know and understand Constitutional Right?






Updated 09.08.10