We the people have a right to vote on amendments added to this Third Constitution, and we also have a right to vote every four years on whether we want a new national constitution.
All individuals have freedom to speak and write about their personal, political, and spiritual beliefs. They may worship God through the religion of their choice, or they may choose ethical behavior or spiritual disciplines not based on any religion.
Government has powers granted to it as determined by the people's democratic decision making. Government must protect the human rights of each individual. The government must represent the collective will of the people, as it is developed through the democratic process.
Government authorities must have a probable cause to search our bodies, homes, cars, or any other property.
Property owners are entitled to a generous compensation if through eminent domain the government needs to seize the property for a higher, socially justifiable purpose, such as necessary road construction, for example.
No person shall be tried for a serious crime unless there is a Grand Jury indictment that states valid reasons for the upcoming court trial.
No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property unless there is due process (or fair procedures) in carrying out the law.