Congress cannot make any legislation that gives or sets aside monies to any private enterprise.
No treaty or international agreement can usurp the rights, privileges, and responsibilities spelled out in this document.
All legislation in Congress is to be read in it’s entirety prior to being voted on. Only Members of Congress that were present in their seats during the entire reading can vote on that legislation.
Upon the passage of any bill in Congress, 1/3 of either House of Congress can request a bill be subjected to Review by the Supreme Court prior to being sent to the President.
States in the Union shall send two officials to the United States Senate. One Senator shall be elected by popular vote and serve no more than two consecutive six-year terms. The second Senator shall be appointed by their respective State governor and will serve at their discretion.
Members in the lower house of congress can serve no more than four consecutive two-year terms.
The summation of years in elected office for any person cannot be greater than 16 years.
All human life is sacred from natural conception until natural death. No elected official can authorize or condone actions involving the taking of another human life with these exceptions: (1) self defense, (2) defense of another, and (3) civil/national defense. Those acting in civil/national defense are only protected by this Amendment if they are acting in accordance to the current Uniformed Code.
No elected official shall earn a salary that is greater than the lowest salary paid to the lowest grade enlisted personnel. While in office all housing, transportation, and expenditures shall be provided to the elected official and will not exceed in value the housing, transportation, and expenditures provided to the lowest grade enlisted personnel.
All civilian personnel in government shall be constrained by the same enlistment/commissioning system afforded the military. Civilian pay scales in government shall be 2/3 that of the equivalent rank in military duty.
No foreign engagements in an operating area can continue for more than 90 consecutive days without a formal Declaration of War. Any Member of Congress involved in ratifying a Declaration of War shall remain incarcerated for the duration of hostilities or can resign their position and enter military duty. Those that remain incarcerated can remain active in Congress.
The average annual budget of any government in the union shall not exceed 5% of the total revenue generated by taxes and fees in the previous year. This amount can only be overrulled during times of declared war with the express purpose of national defense, times of declared emergency with the express purpose of abating said emergency, and for capitol projects. Once the overulling factor is abated the debts incurred during shall be paid in an appropriate manner with payments considered as part of the “budget” and constrained as described in the first sentence.
The sum total of income tax the governments of the Union shall impose on Citizens shall not exceed 10% per annum. There shall be no taxes imposed on any property nor shall taxes be imposed on any holdings of any kind past the original point of purchase or transfer. Taxes imposed at point of purchase or transfer shall not exceed 3% of the local market value. The portion of revenue generated in the form of taxes shall be portioned to the various levels of government according to common agreement of the respective governments.
Or something like that.