I'll add as I think of them. Here's a pretty good summary, albeit a bit bloodless.
1 I'm more concerned about incorporating the Golden Rule in our institutions than about erecting stone tablets of the Ten Commandments.
2 Like Julian Simon, I believe people are the greatest natural resource, so if we have to throw money at problems, let's aim towards the schools, not the military.
3 Like Madison, I believe diversity is essential to a republic's survival. The more people of diverse opinions and interests the better.
4 I believe in the power of people, working together, to accomplish good, whether the organization is a charity, a religion, a corporation, or a government. As Benjamin Franklin said: "we must all hang together or we will each hang separately", an organization accomplishes more than individuals.
5 I don't think it's soft-headed to understand a person before judging them.
6 I don't think it's soft-hearted to strive for everyone to be well, and well-fed, well-housed, well-educated, and at peace.