The Daily Dog: A Vote for the Voiceless

Over 70 million Americans have a criminal record. That means that one in three adults — about the same ratio as have college degrees — has been convicted of either a misdemeanor or felony. A 2012 Princeton study citing U.S. Department of Justice statistics reported that 14.5% percent of adults in the United States — … Continue reading The Daily Dog: A Vote for the Voiceless

The Daily Dog: Why My 16-year-old Daughter Would be a Better President than Trump

Today is Election Day in America. The few significant races being decided today along with the minor local and municipal questions will be a prelude to the larger battles slated for 2018 and 2020. Voters today will send myriad messages to established state and national leaders and officials. My 16-year-old daughter will be watching from … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Why My 16-year-old Daughter Would be a Better President than Trump

The Daily Dog: Drip-drop Don

The takeover and destruction of America will not be an advertised event and it will not be a sudden head-on collision with nearly 250 years of democratic history. It will be a slow and almost glacial accident full of slow-motion chaos, passages of tyranny, and warning signs from all angles that many will never see. … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Drip-drop Don