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I agree with the points Dr. Paul raises, I believe this list parallels the Bill of Rights in that they are both incomplete and cursory.

Critical to developing volitional governance, I argue there are 6 codifiable principles by which an individual's rights shall not be infringed

A) property [ex. theft]
B) agency [counterfeiting money]
C) corporality [forced inoculation to one's body]
D) sovereignty [inc. free travel]
E) philosophy [freedom of speech]
F) spirituality [freedom of religion]

(philosophical essay here)

Further arguing that such axioms are based upon a moral ethic (and hypothetical 'compass'), I maintain that 'Left and Right' ideologies diverge from the politically ideal when engaging in anti-voluntary coercion