If you own a business and you do business with ‘the public,’ this does not negate your Natural Rights, nor does it require you to subordinate those Natural Rights to government control. Anyone who claims otherwise is an enemy of liberty and seeks to control you — period!
‘Inalienable‘ means that your rights cannot be taken away or given up: they are an inherent aspect of your being. So, if I own a business and I do business with the public, I retain my Natural Right to Contract. The Natural Right to Contract means I willingly enter into an agreement with another person who willingly does the same with me. It does not mean I can be forced to enter into a contract with you simply because I am doing business with the public. That would be a contradiction to the definition of inalienable, and to do so is a violation of my Natural Right to refuse to do business with you. Anyone who claims otherwise is an enemy of liberty and seeks to control you.