What Rights Should Everyone Have? How Do We Balance These Rights?

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What rights should everyone have? How do we balance these rights? Everybody has rights protected by the constitution, but for every right a human is given there is a balance that limits the power of the right. Rights are considered to be necessary for civilization, being thought of as the principles of society and culture. I believe that everyone is born with the freedom of speech, we are all born equally, and I also believe that you have rights no matter where you go. First things first are that everyone should have rights no matter where you go. Let’s say that an American journalist has come to a foreign country like Iraq and got into some kind of trouble, I believe that the journalist should still have the right to go to trial and fight his case. Like Article 6 says “Everyone has the right to recognition every as a person before the law.” The article explains that we can balance the right by just respecting that if we leave the country that we need to try the best you can to stay out of any trouble. If you were to get into law trouble in a foreign country the punishments can be more severe than they would be in America. In addition, everyone should and is born with the right to say whatever they want and with the freedom of religion. I feel like if people want to start religious groups, they should as long as they are equal for all. In amendment 1 it states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” We can ensure this right to all by keeping the separation of state and church because a religious organization cannot be turned down by the state if they are not causing problems. Other may feel that some upperclassmen get more

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