Yesterday, Donald Trump announced that he would “love to see a shutdown” of the federal government. It is the first time in Washington politics that the idea of a federal shutdown has been weaponized, but it’s not the first time that Donald Trump has shut down people’s livelihoods and existence...There’s Trump’s shuttered casinos, failed real … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Shut Him Down
As the Trump regime bumbles into a second year of chaos and discord, cities and states across Free America are beginning to coalesce into a formidable resistance to the Trump agenda being dictated from GOP held Washington. What began as a coastal movement has surprisingly migrated into the outskirts of Middle America. Last week in … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Remember the Alamo!
Driving through Middle America along Route 66 and other interstate and local highways, one is struck by the flatness of the land. Even on the edges of Ozark hills in Missouri, rising plains in Oklahoma, or rolling knolls along the mighty Mississippi at the border of Illinois, the flatness of the so-called “Bible Belt” is … Continue reading The Daily Dog: In Dog We Trust
In 1835, the French writer and political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville embarked on an epic journey across a young American country. For him, travelling in a foreign country was a learning experience and an opportunity to gather information. His route began in the northeast and took him through the south and early beginnings of the … Continue reading The Daily Dog: We’re Baaaack!
We are skating on thin ice…literally and figuratively. As the Northeast part of the nation is about to experience 60-degree temperatures in mid-January, the National Weather Service is issuing flood watches and warnings. Rivers swollen by melting snow are expected to crest with the addition of several inches of rain this weekend. Future ice dancers … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Thin Ice