This is just a start:
1) Prohibit the use of Party labels on ballots
2) Make the census count only citizens and those who have declared intent to become citizens.
3) Recognize the original 13th Amendment as ratified.
4) Repeal the 17th and require the legislatures to actually elect their senators. Prohibit use of rubber stamp election polls (before the 17th progressive states required the legislature rubber stamp voter approved senate candidates). Allow for a plurality of 40% to elect a senator and allow a senator to be recalled by 2/3 of the legislature. Require legislatures to actually elect a senator (states would sometimes go for years without a two senators, e.g. New Jersey). Allow for the Congress to convene a state legislature to force them to sit in joint continuous session to elect a senator - No other business would be allowed until the legislature elected a senator - Allow Congress to declare any or all legislative seats vacant if legislators failed to appear at the legislature to elect a senator (and prohibit any such legislator from running for public office for 10 years and taxing the cost of any special election to fill vacant seats to the individual ousted legislator.) Change the title of "Senator" to that of "Ambassador."
5) Make the vice-president elected by state Governors who could only elect one of their own or a previous vice-president. Prohibiting a VP who becomes President from seeking election as President. If the Governors can't elect a VP then the office goes vacant. Change the office of Vice President to that of "President of the Senate."
6) Make election fraud that can influence a federal election punishable by loss of citizenship, loss of all property and death. (Would prohibit election fraud for state legislative office since it elects senators.)
7) Require all Congressional votes based on total authorized membership (No 50% plus one of a quorum.) Thus, the senate would require 51 votes on all legislation (67 for a proposed amendment or treaty) even if there are only 99 or less who have been elected and seated. Same for the House.
8) In increase the size of the House to one rep for every 30,000. (thirty-thousandproject.org)
9) Create a "Sovereign Jury Grand" (Jail for Judges) who could indict, impeach, and/or allow an aggrieved party to sue the judge without the judge claiming "judicial immunity." Prohibit any person with a sworn oath of office and appearing before a Sovereign Grand Jury proceeding from claiming the "5th." Under Master/Servant law the Master is entitled to all the knowledge of the Servant acquired while in the course of duties to the Master. Same applies to judges and others with oaths.
10) Require all legislation start in the House (even treaties but without 2/3 vote in the house). Allow for the Senate to submit proposed amendments to a bill but if the House rejects the amendments require the Senate to vote on the bill as proposed by the House (allow the bill to bounce back and forth 3 times before requiring a Senate up or down vote).
11) Prohibit "saving clauses" in legislation - if one part is unconstitutional the whole is unconstitutional.
12) Allow the President to issue pardons, etc, for crimes 5 years after conviction but allow the President to ask Congress for a pardon in other cases - allowing for stays from enforcement of judgments until Congress acts or fails to act. Except in cases involving the Sovereign Grand Jury - then the President must present his request for a pardon to the SGJ who must give a 2/3 approval.