Explain to me where we would be if we did not have them? Without the freedom of religion you could be killed for worshiping a certain god and without the freedom of speech we literally would not have access to this debate or the internet period. Just because it was created over 200 years ago doesn't mean it is now irrelevant, The Bible was written over 2000 years ago, And it is still relevant.
Ummm Why do I need to give a reason. We live in a democracy it is relevant. We have the ability to make our won decisions. America has equal freedoms to live how they want to and can have their own opinions without fear of any repercussions. That is enough said.
If we didn't have the bill of rights we wouldn't even be able to have this debate. Like what would you guys protesting do without the first amendment? Also provide some actual reasons or suggestions to change the bill of rights besides the "it's 200 years old which means it's outdated" excus.
The bill of rights is still relevant today because if not then people would not have a say in anything and cops would not have warrants to search your house but they need one there are more reasons I think the bill o frights is still relevant today but its pretty obvious that it is still relevant and whoever said no WHATS WRONG WITH YOU!!!!!!!
Many say that the bill of rights is irrelevant but in reality without the bill of rights citizens would not be guaranteed certain rights that the federal government can not take away.For example, the first amendment it talks about freedom of speech, freedom to assemble ,freedom of religion,etc.Certain countries in the world do not have all of these rights.People are being persecuted because of their faith.Does that seem ok to you?That people are dying every day because of their religion?You should know how lucky we are that we don't have to worship in secret or be scared that one day they will find out that you are of a certain religion then kill you.
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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
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.
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.
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You don't need a government to run everything and tell you what to do. It's just been taught to us as little kids so that's what's ingrained in our brains. Everyone can believe and talk and do whatever as they want. Some countries say you don't have rights but everyone has a right even if their are consequences.
Important definetly for its time and protecting us with its creation, But there is no reason we cannot adjust it as a people to support our new needs. In fact it would only hurt us not to. Who can say no to more rights for the citizens? The question is of course, Who and how to decide what to amend. It should be the people collectively that vote on what needs to be addressed and agree on policy not just the government.
The Bill of Rights does not comply with our day and age today. The Bill of Right was written over 200 years ago, so things have changed juristically. The Bill of Rights is still great but it just needs to be revised and changed based on our society today. Our society is way different from 200year ago. Technology has come in to use and is a big part of peoples lives today.
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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