The Valentine Constitution counters cliques, rumors and bullying with truth, sharing and maturity in daily relationship class. To be prepared for life, our children must understand different points of view and get along with different types of people. They need not like each other, but they must give up this unhappy, wise cracking, rumor mongering, combative, alienating banter and attitude that derails opportunities and limits success as negative, nasty adults.
Communication and understanding provides students with the maturity and positivity required to becomes successful members of our society. Allowing our children to see each other daily for years without having meaningful conversations or knowing anything about each other, except inaccurate rumors, is not right, and has calamitous consequences for them and our society. And adults are to be blamed for allowing it to go on.
The Valentine Constitution instead creates a healthier, happier, more supportive campus culture based on exposing and dealing with the truths and realities of students’ lives. Students looking across the campus will appreciate the lives their fellow students lead at home, the dreams they aspire to, the limitations they are striving to overcome, and the many things they all have in common.
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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.