Many of us will pick a particular cause to champion, with various human rights being a favorite topic of most.
Some people fight to squash racial prejudice.
Others fight for the rights of those with unconventional sexual orientation.
Religious freedom, free speech and the right to keep and bear arms (RKBA) are other worthy causes.
However, we would be remiss if we didn’t point out that all of these things are interrelated.
For instance, we could not defend our right to practice our chosen religion (or choose NOT to practice one) without being able to voice our preference.
We could not influence laws covering religious freedom without the right to petition our government.
Without the ability to have an impartial jury of our peers arbitrate our grievances, we would be at the mercy of a dictatorial government.