A week ago, The Washington Post ranked the top 15 Democratic presidential candidates for 2020. The article appeared in The Post on Friday before Christmas weekend and was like a package that an unreformed Grinch would leave on the doorstep. If America is suffering now, trying to determine how to recover from the one-man circus … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Take a Knee Bernie
Between alienating hurricane survivors and insulting the solemnity of a 9/11 moment of silence, it has become clear this week that Donald Trump lacks a certain empathy necessary to his position. Combined with his white supremacy support, his Muslim ban, and his DACA position, it is increasingly difficult to overlook the moral deficiencies in Trump’s … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Caveat Emptor!
The Netherlands is a nation in love with technology. In a country where they experiment with data servers as hot water heaters for their showers and computers are employed to improve everything from traffic flow to farming, it is an anomaly to find anyone hesitant to embrace technology. Therefore, it is a surprise when the … Continue reading The Daily Dog: No Confidence Votes
According to the European Election Database, there are ten major political parties vying for seats during Italy’s next election. In other European democracies, the number of major political parties varies from six and eight in Germany and Switzerland to seven in France. Each of these countries has an abundance of minor parties registered with national … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Party Crashers