Everyone wants to be cozy and warm and still look stylish—kids are no exception. Prepare the little one for any chilly evening by ordering this kids’ hoodie. It has a front kangaroo pouch pocket, which has a small hidden opening for an earphone cord and double fabric hood for extra warmth. What’s more, to ensure the kids’ safety, the hoodie comes with no drawcords.
• 80% ring-spun cotton, 20% polyester
• Fabric weight: 8.3 oz/yd² (280 g/m²)
• Double-layered hood
• No drawcords
• Kangaroo pouch pocket with a hidden opening for earphone cord
• Ribbed cuffs and hem
• Twin needle stitching detailing
• Blank product sourced from Pakistan
I believe in civil liberties.
Civil liberties are rights guaranteed by the Constitution (primarily from the First Amendment). They have been described as natural rights which are inherent to each person. While they are commonly referred to as “rights,” civil liberties actually operate as restraints on how the government can treat its citizens. As such, the First Amendment’s language (“congress shall make no law”) explicitly prohibits the government from infringing on liberties, such as the freedom of speech.
While certain rights can be considered both a civil right and a civil liberty, the distinction between the two lies within source and target of the authority. Civil liberties are constitutionally protected freedoms. On the other hand, civil rights are claims built upon legislation. A violation of civil rights affords the injured party a right to legal action against the violator. For example, the freedom of religion is recognized as both a civil right and civil liberty. It is protected under the Constitution from government infringement as well as under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 from being the basis of discriminatory practices.
Read more : https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/civil_liberties