Inherent Rights = from my Creator, present when born but not necessarily hereditary Inalienable Rights = intrinsic, can not be surrendered or taken. Unalienable Rights = can not be bought, sold, or traded, rights that can not be liened against. Look at blacks law and a collegiate dictionary. Notice that the order of the definitions is reversed and how one says see the other is opposite in the two dictionaries. Go back far enough in time and you'll notice these two definitions were seperated and individual. Lawful = "Divine Rights" based on God's law, the common law, and any law that any prudent man will abide by under normal circumstances without giving up one's rights or infringing upon another's rights. Legal = actions pursued under color of law.

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