Something everyone should have.
Declaration of Independence
The Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and Bill of Rights all talk about unalienable rights.
Bill of Rights
Why everyone should have unalienable rights
One may argue that unalienable rights are dangerous because it supports self-defense. They would say that it is dangerous because speeches, and parts of religions may clash with laws of the government. This would cause chaos and much fighting. However, if the government was to not restrict religions and rights of speech, then nobody would fight for it. Therefore, it would be a peaceful and safe nation. According to breitbart.com, "the government did not give them and therefore cannot take them away, but the government still strains at ways to suppress them. " Therefore, if the government won't give the people their freedom, the people would fight back, so the government won't take anything else away. The government would fight back, and there would be many fights.
Unalienable rights are very beneficial because it supports equality. unalienable rights support equality because everyone has rights and no one should be able to intrude them. The rights are rights of free speech and religion, the right to keep and bear arms, self-determination with regard to one’s own property, the right to be secure in one’s own property, the right to a trial by a jury of one’s peers, protection from cruel and unusual punishment, and so forth. This way everyone is equal and have similar rights.
Finally, unalienable rights support consent of the governed. Free speech allows for one to speak out against what one likes or dislikes. Also, with these rights, one would be content and have less complaints to make about the government.
Unalienable rights could be dangerous to a government, but if the government doesn't make cruel, oppressive laws, no one would rebel. Also, unalienable rights support equality and consent of the governed.