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The Constitution

Our founding document tells us we are equal and free. This is not an exhaustive list of all my thoughts on freedom - but know I understand a balance must be struck between individual freedom and societal good.

1st Amendment

The First Amendment is a cornerstone of American democracy, enshrining essential freedoms that form the bedrock of a free society: the freedoms of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition. These rights ensure that individuals can express their ideas, challenge government actions, and advocate for change without fear of repression.

2nd Amendment

The 2nd amendment was established to ensure that individuals have the means to defend themselves, their families, and their property, as well as to serve as a check against potential tyranny.
I believe good responsible people should not have rights removed because of the actions of criminals.
I support universal background checks.
I oppose bans or registries. 

4th Amendment

The Fourth Amendment is vital for protecting personal privacy, requiring warrants for searches and seizures to prevent arbitrary government intrusion. This protection ensures individuals are secure in their persons and property, upholding civil liberties and trust in the legal system. I believe most instances of civil forfeiture, where property can be seized without due process, are a violation of the 4th amendment.

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