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The correct answers are the last five items. If you voted for all of these and for none of the first five, you made a perfect score. Congratulations to 21 people who did it.

Now how do you define a right? A right is something you do for yourself--own and use your property, earn a living, be left alone by government officials (unless you commit a crime), travel, practice or not practice religion, and do anything else in your personal life that does not violate other people.

You have a right to only three provided things (by government) -- national defense, roads and bridges (so you can travel), and a justice system. Education, health care, housing, food, insurance, etc. provided by force (i.e. taxes) from others are NOT legitimate rights. They are socialist concepts that have NO place in a free country.

Of course, you have every right to provide these for yourself and your family in a free market.