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All people are born with God given, inalienable individual rights. Consequently, these rights can not be taken away or given to a person by anyone or anything, including kings, presidents, lawyers, and constitutions.

All people have natural rights. However, they may be infringed upon by governments and other people.

"Free to be free" is a perfect state of nature in which a person is free to practice his/her liberties without the fear of persecution.

Rights include (but are not limited to):
-Life
-Self Ownership
-Freedom of Expression
-Freedom of Religion
-Freedom of Assembly
-Freedom to protect one's life (and the lives of loved ones), liberties, and properties
-Pursuit of property
-Right to die by consent of the individual
-Right to privacy
If a person can practice all of his/her rights and they are not in danger from anything or anyone, the person is free to be free.

When two people who are free to be free are in a state of conflict that involved life, liberty, or property, they are no longer free to be free because their innate rights are threatened.
by Freetobefree August 14, 2010
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