Even for this Englishman, language must be hard.
Piers Morgan is at it again. In his attempts to educate Americans on the US Constitution, he has chosen to go nit-wit.
The term “inalienable” and “unalienable” are interchangeable. There is a history regarding the use of these words:
The meaning of the term “unalienable Rights.” The Declaration of Independence states “all Men are … endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.” What does “unalienable Rights” mean? (In the final draft edited by Congress, the word “inalienable” was inadvertently changed to “unalienable” by a copyist.)
It’s as if he wants to argue for argument sake. I guess he has nothing left.