Thomas Jefferson, in the Declaration of Independence, wrote that "... all men are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ..." So you have, as a member of the community of humanity, the right to protect yourself against threats to your life, the right to live your life as you see fit without interference or coercion, and the right to follow your star wherever it may lead you.
In addition to these, James Madison, at the insistence of the States, wrote into the Constitution a list of rights – which are actually freedoms from government oppression – that are guaranteed to every American.
You have the right to speak freely, without fear of government reprisal.
You have the right to practice the religion of your choice without government interference. (You do not have the right to persecute others for their religious beliefs or to picket a restaurant because it serves pork!)
You have the right to a free press, unencumbered by government control.
You have the right to maintain the threat of force of arms to protect yourself from government excesses.
You have the right to be secure in your person and effects against the threat of government search and seizure, against the threat of double jeopardy, and against the threat of forced confessions.
You have the right to protection from the government through due process, trial by jury, and access to counsel.
you are guaranteed freedom from cruel and unusual punishment by the government, and you have the right to tell the federal government to keep its cottonpickin' nose out of your State and out of your private life.
These are your rights as a human being and as an American. Other claims to entitlements frequently advanced as "rights" are mostly attempts to usurp the rights of others.
You do not have a right to free medical care – if for no other reason than that free medical care is an hallucination. It doesn't exist in the real world. Doctors are not beneficent gods. They are people with families to support and with expenses for food and clothing and transportation and housing. And they have the universally recognized right to be paid for their services. The word "free," as bandied about by rights advocates, actually means "paid for by someone else." And you do not have the right to make me pay for your medical care.
You don't have a right to an education. You have the right to get yourself an education. You have the right to work hard to pay for that education and to learn from that education the things you will need to live a happy and successful life. And you have the right to use that education to advance and enrich your life and the lives of others – or to waste it in indolence, debauchery, and drugs. You do not have the right to blame me for your lack of incentive to get an education.
You don't have a right to a job. You have the right to educate yourself and to develop the skills required to perform a given job. And you have the right to develop an attitude and a demeanor that will make a prospective employer want to hire you. You also have the right to quit a job and to find a better job – or to quit a job and not work at all. But you don't have the right to force me to pay you for your refusal to support yourself. Because that would infringe my right to choose how I spend the fruits of my own labor.