February 5, 2018
When we become public servants– custodians of the people’s government–we take an oath.
We take an oath to faithfully perform our duties, an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.
The success of our Constitution, the success of our government, depends on the trust of the people that we serve. Today, our fellow citizens are suspicious of their government. A recent Transparency International report found that a clear majority of the American People think that corruption is getting worse.1