Under The Valentine Constitution each citizen will own the rights to their own image and voice. Unless you give permission, no other person will be allowed to take your picture or video tape you, or record your voice, or fingerprint you, or take your DNA, or gain financially from your voice or image. But if you are breaking the law or planning to endanger society, you’ll be fair game.
The Valentine Constitution further prohibits the dissemination of falsehood and rumor, and puts the burden of proving it’s true on the company or private person circulating the lies. Our current Constitution protects the paparazzi and the tabloids. The Valentine Constitution does not.
The justification for invasion of privacy holds only if the intrusion provides society with information important to society’s security or wellbeing, like recording the commission of crime or blowing the whistle on corruption, but not what one wears to the beach or private moments with children. This annoying harassment discourages talented people from taking jobs in government, entertainment and sports, giving us lower quality leaders and fewer competitive exports.
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Valentine put all our issues into one piece of national legislation.
90% of Americans can get what we want most by compromising on issues we care less about.
We can now combine our power behind a single common goal and finally get what we’ve wanted for decades.
The amendments clause of our current constitution allows us to dictate solutions to our politicians and force them to vote on it.
Valentine spent 50,000 hours over 45 years adding solutions to all the modern problems our old Constitution fails to cover while keeping 90%, our foundations and rights intact.