Is the United States Bill of Rights still relevant today?

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  • The Bill of Rights is great

    I do think the Bill of Rights is still relevant today. It's a document that guarantees a country's people all sorts of freedoms, and you don't even see that in newer forms of government today. In my opinion, it is the single greatest government document that was ever written and used.

  • Yes: The Bill of Rights is Still Relevant Today

    The rights outlined in the document, such as the right to speak freely, peaceably assemble, or have a fair and speedy trial, are all relevant today, in the sense that they serve as the lawfully enshrined ideals that we understand to be the backbone of the nation. For the elites in power, however, the Bill of Rights has become increasingly irrelevant, a point which should not be taken lightly.

  • More than ever.

    Yes, the United States Bill of Rights is still relevant today, because the protections in it are constantly being eroded. Our freedom of speech is eroded to the point that you cannot even wear an American Flag to school on Cinco de Mayo, but you have to support taxpayer-funded birth control and abortions.

  • Of Course It Is

    I believe the United States Bill of Rights is still relevant today. I would not want to live in this country if the Bill of Rights was repealed. The Bill of Rights still protects and guarantees a lot of freedoms and rights in the United States. Assuming that it's no long worthwhile or relevant is a huge mistake.

  • Yes i agree

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  • Yes, Its still relevant today.

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    Although it was written on 1791, and it was a different lifestyle somewhat there's still wars and criminals in our streets what if our own city get raided by trysts and now we don't have right to bear arms they put it in the bill of rights for a reason. History repeats itself. Yes we should still abide to this they were intelligent men. More for the people since it was a smaller country

  • Needs to be revised.

    Considering it was written 200 years ago, I believe it should be looked at from a modern era point of view. People live differently now to back when it was written. I don't believe all of them are relevant like the second amendment. Why does anyone need a gun? People argue they need it to protect their families, but look at all the countries that don't allow that right to bear arms. They have less shootings. If there were less guns, the mentality of people would change to adapt to not having them. There would be less access to guns so there would be less shootings.

  • It would need a real makeover if it should have any relevance

    I believe that a lot of what is said in the United States Bill of Rights is relevant today, but that there is a lot that isn't. I think that if it should have any relevance or influence in political decisions it would need a real makeover. It is after all over 200 years old and a lot has changed since then.

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