A Confidence Amendment for The Constitution of The United States of America:

In order to restore confidence in Leadership, Law, Assets, Debts and Currencies of The United States of America, it’s States, Territories, and Assignments this Amendment must be passed with diligence, enforced immediately and may only change with ratification by three fourths of States in The Union. It shall be prudent for Congress to attract the most qualified people to serve in elected offices by paying salaries on par with top government and public officials and holding such, their family and supporters to the trust of active military personnel.

Section 1:
Congressmen shall have limits of serving three – two year terms in The House of Representatives and one – six year term in The Senate. Presidents shall continue to have a limit of two – four year terms.

Section 2:
Candidates and Elected Officials cannot receive any currency or convertible asset, have a campaign fund nor control currency or campaign asset disbursement during their candidacy nor their time in office. Nor may any Entity or Person offer such to a Candidate nor Elected Official for any reason.

Candidates and Elected Officials may receive tangible donations of daily food, transportation, meeting space, supplies and nightly lodging, however such may never have more than a daily disposable value. During any campaign and during their entire term of office, candidates and elected officials must provide a quarterly full disclosure of such donations within a personal financial statement.

Furthermore all assets held in any current or former candidates’, elected officials’ or their benefactors’ campaign funds at the time of passage of this amendment must be forfeited to The Treasurer of The United States.

Section 3:
All Federal Candidates and Elected Officials must freeze all personal assets and forthcoming inheritance in a blind trust beginning before they register for an election and to be held until the term of the office for which they are denied by election has expired, or until twice the time of the total terms of all their elected federal offices has expired.

It will also be unlawful for Candidates and Elected Officials to copyright, sell or benefit from political ideas, products or services during such time periods.

Section 4:
When they register for an election and until their elected term of the office
expires, candidates’ and elected officials’ may never take on any new debt. Also, none of their current debt may be paid by any entity nor person other than the described debtor within the current agreement.

Section 5:
During 12 week cycles before general elections only, all federally licensed or controlled entities must freely appropriate one seventh of their usual public and/or commercial content, information, time or space and divide it equally among all federal candidates registered within their primary distribution realm.

Furthermore all candidates, elected officials, foreign or domestic entities, political parties or action committees, corporations or trusts, sponsors, ranking officers and donors of such, family or persons who distribute information at any time and by any means about a candidate or elected official must clearly be identified.

Nor will donations to such political organizations ever be tax exempt.

Section 6:
It will be acutely unlawful for any candidate, elected official, foreign or domestic entity, political party or action committee, corporation or trust, ranking officers of such, sponsor, family or person to violate the truthful integrity of any candidate or elected official by distributing libelous or slanderous information.

Section 7:
For any candidate, elected official, foreign or domestic entity, political party or action committee, corporation or trust, ranking officers of such, sponsor, family or person to violate the terms of this amendment shall be considered an act of Minor Treason. The Accused shall be Tried and Sentenced under General Court Martial according to the Uniform Code of Military Justice created by Congress. Plus such may not hold any public office of the United States; even if pardoned.

Furthermore any prior law that deviates from the articles of this amendment will become null and void.