On Monday, Donald Trump joined a prestigious group of men and women from several nations with a global reputation for oppression of the press. The Committee to Protect Journalists announced its annual awards for those global dictators and regime leaders who generally come in last when it comes to freedom of speech and the press. … Continue reading The Daily Dog: The Envelope Please…
There have been times when I have not been proud to be American. Every person knows there are trying days when our nation’s image, history, and reputation are at stake when we each choose to express our displeasure in different ways. Not being proud is a mild expression of annoyance, and like every personal expression, … Continue reading The Sunday Dog: America, Inc.
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
In 1933, there were over 4,500 newspapers in Germany. The Nazi party had been on the rise for several years, but only controlled about 150 papers. Before Hitler took power, the party had not made any organized effort to take over the nation’s media outlets. That quickly changed as the Third Reich gained momentum and … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Step One