The Bill of Rights to the United States Constituiton

The Bill of Rights was added to the United States Constitution in 1791 as an insurance policy promised by the Federalists who sought a strong central government to the Anti-Federalists, who were skeptical of the plan.  These basic human rights protect you from an overzealous government that might squash civil liberty.  They ensure the protection of the sovereignty of the people.   Along with 14th Amendment, which protect people from the tyranny of the majority as well as a state government, the Bill of Rights provide you the protections of your liberties endowed to you by your creator.

I have provided you podcasts of each of these amendments below.  Know them. Know them all well.

  1. Religion, Speech, Press, Petititon, Assembly
  2. A Right to Bear Arms
  3. Quartering of Soldiers
  4. Search & Siezure
  5. Due Process Rights
  6. Criminal Procedings
  7. Civil Cases
  8. Bail and Punishment
  9. All Other Rights
  10. States Rights




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