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
On Sunday, former Indiana governor and Donald Trump lapdog, Mike Pence followed the lead of several other members of the Trump regime and took a high-value vacation to his home state. The former governor, who, like a puppet is rarely heard from unless he has someone’s hand up his ass, embarked on a taxpayer-funded trip … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Forcing America to its Knees
It took Donald Trump nearly three weeks to go to Puerto Rico following two devastating hurricanes, and when he finally went on Tuesday, he complained. In true Trump style, Trump chastised the island’s residents over the effects that their pain, suffering, and loss would have on the federal budget. It seems Trump has a double … Continue reading The Daily Dog: The Value of a Penny
It is increasingly difficult to keep track of who works in the Trump regime and who does not. Almost thirty high-ranking Trump appointees or cabinet members have left or been fired from their positions since January. On Saturday, Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price became the latest casualty in a long line of … Continue reading The Daily Dog: What Price Trump?
Donald Trump does not like to be dressed down, especially by a woman. Therefore, it must be a particularly painful weekend for Trump following the raw and emotional verbal stripping he received from San Juan Mayor Carmen Y. Cruz. With her city in ruin, and the rest of the island rapidly descending into third-world country … Continue reading The Sunday Dog: Una Nueva Heroína