Nope, it wasn't a democracy, and most households from a bygone era were "governed" by a little fear and allot of respect. There were repercussions for bad behavior, and generally that was an ass kick initiated by pops.My dad's rules were not laws. The police and courts were not going to enforce them.
But they CAN be taken away, for a reason. Like if you deserve it.The comparison is ridiculous. Rights are inalienable, not earned or legislated.
It's already shifting that direction, with theIronically enough, is not the entire point of the fourth amendment for an application (a warrant) to be filled out? In our future, I'm sure they'll make it so WE have to do it instead of them.
the right to buy a damn beer (Prohibition)What rights have been removed by amendment?
We've seen rights added over the last 150 years... right to vote for women, minorities, ERA, etc....
No rights have been removed.
And before you say it:
There never was an enumerated right to own slaves.