This post is part of a weekly Constitution Revolution series that will cover the entire Constitution and many of the principles it was founded on. Click here for last week’s lesson.
Last week I discussed why it’s so important to understand how the world works if we want to be successful in anything we do. Well the single most important aspect of how the world works to understand when it comes to government, is human nature.
Basically, human nature is the way that human beings tend to behave naturally. And as we all know, human nature is flawed. We tend to be greedy, we tend to be selfish, we are easily corrupted by power, and on and on.
Because of that, as I explained this weekend on TheBlaze Radio’s Chris Salcedo Show, we cannot make decisions about our government based on what we think politicians should do, but rather on what we know our politicians will do: