How can we push forward if we allow the same old issues wealthy politicians, that are only primarily concerned with maintaining their own wealth and power, and the wealth and power of the people that contribute large amounts of money to their campaigns, to divide us. Here are some radical ideas, and I know I'm going to take heat from all sides for them, but if they didn't piss people off, and take them outside their comfort zones( safe space ), I wouldn't be thinking outside the box, and my ideas wouldn't be radical enough to jar the kind of thought that maybe able to break us out of the false ideals we allow politicians to cast upon us, when we do not think for ourselves. 1. People have a right to "private property", everyone, as a course of being born human, and on this Earth has an inherent right to own some small piece of it, that they can call home. 2. Children( people ) have a right to be paid for the "work" they perform. Public education is a right, however when we use the power of the state to force people to be somewhere they may not want to be, and do "work", yet they do not get paid when they produce good work, we are engaging in a form of slavery. What's worse is, we are reinforcing the idea that good work should not equal some sort of immediate monetary reward. 3. People have a right to issue their own promise to pay, and the primary reason government exists is to securitize this promise to pay, so called credit, and money( proof of debt ). No nation can claim to be "free" or sovereign, that does not extend to all it's people credit, free of interest( the interest of the State is the interest of it's people's economic wellbeing ). This credit has two forms, debt, and proof of that debt( money ). It is the expansion of the money supply, through the practice of responsible lending and borrowing, that leads to economic progress for all. 4. People have a right to adequate food, shelter they own on their own property, clean drinking water, and clean air and soil. 5. People have a right to to medical care, tho sometimes that care can only ease suffering. We are all going to die, it is inescapable fact, the government could spend every dime of everyone's money on "Healthcare", and everyone would still die. Things have to be reasoned and measured, you could spend a million dollars giving an 80 year old a new heart, or spend it on prenatal care.