On the eve of a pivotal and controversial election in Alabama, it is time for America to have an honest and educated discussion about sex. As millions of Alabamians head to the polls in an election that may have repercussions deep into the future of our nation, the reason not to vote for Roy Moore … Continue reading The Daily Dog: A Real Danger
On Friday, a panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit denied a new trial for Brendan Dassey, a juvenile defendant accused of aiding in the murder and rape of a Wisconsin woman. Dassey, the subject of the Netflix series “Making of a Murderer,” was sixteen when police interrogated him without … Continue reading The Sunday Dog: I Confess…the Courts are Wrong
Donald Trump is not the problem. Instead, he is the Washington, D.C. equivalent of the drunk and smelly uncle that no one likes at a dysfunctional family’s reunion. He has many relatives and it is completely unfair to put all of the nation’s troubles in Trump’s tiny hands. The larger problem facing the country right … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Sipping Kook-aid at the Family Picnic
If Friday was black, Monday was blacker for the Trump regime as inane and self-aggrandizing policymaking began clogging the swamp’s drainpipe. The federal government is beginning to appear more like a three-branch circus than an established democratic institution. At the center of the debacle is a greedy little pig leading the elephants off the high … Continue reading The Daily Dog: WTF!
Black Friday…that wonderful American tradition when we show the rest of the world how prosperous our nation is by diving down shopping aisles, rioting in malls, and fighting over one available television to save money. When the Soviets did it for bread in the 70s and 80s, our nation ridiculed them, but since we do … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Black Eye Economics