Amendments to the Bill of Rights or to the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments shall not be authorized without unanimous approval of all the States.
Any amendment changing the Bill of Rights or the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, or Fifteenth Amendments shall not be valid unless ratified by all the States.
The demographics of America are changing. Emerging religious groups may find the First Amendment to be a restriction that they would prefer to avoid. They may also prefer to avoid other rights deemed important to Americans, which have not been touched since the founding of the country and which most people believe should never be touched. These rules that govern our society have the sanctity of the Magna Carta, and it seems appropriate that the only way to change them be by unanimous vote of the States.