If you are talking about the rights to life, liberty, health, and property, I do agree with them in principle.
I'm okay with guns, but think there need to background checks and gun safety training/tests in a similar manner to getting a drivers license, Also (I don't know much about guns) but banning the types of guns that make it easy to quickly murder a bunch of people.
Yes. I believe in all peaceful forms of free speech other than stuff like (for example) yelling "fire" in a theater.
Immigration is in general a positive thing. Unchecked, illegal immigration, however is not. While I feel some sympathy for people who illegally immigrate, I don't think we should support or encourage illegal immigrants/immigration. I don't have a true solution because I think the biggest issue is overstaying visas (where a wall will not help) but don't want to ban visas.
I don't really know how to answer this, but I'd say there needs to be a mix of both.
If we allow alcohol, why the fuck should we disallow other drugs? We need to take into account how dangerous drugs are (I don't know enough about them to be more specific than this) and we need to draw a line based on how addictive certain drugs are.
This is somewhat relevant, but I don't think you should be able to patent pharmaceuticals.
Not entirely sure tbh. Maybe shifting education and job training in response to automation? That doesn't seem very efficient, though.
Not entirely sure what you mean by "nature of the army."
Federally a democratic republic. Locally, a direct democracy.
(Does that make sense?)
We should make sure we try and limit global warming and pollution, and should try to keep the environment healthy we should have restrictions that keep us from just decimating the environment (such as dumping waste in rivers).
Eh, some of these answers probably aren't clear