You can always take a movement to the streets, but that does not mean that you should. Today’s Teabag protests are a classic example of how not to make your case with street protests.
Every week I post a letter and links that make it easy for folks to contact the Democratic Leadership, the President, the AG and the Supreme Court urging an investigation of torture. Will you please take the time to do it?
This is the 19th in the Dogs on going series about the Constitution. This series takes a layman’s look at our founding document.
What do you do when you are tasked with saving jobs, but you come up short. Here is the story of the Dog’s failure.
In order to assure that we get an investigation of the apparent State Sponsored Torture program of the Bush Administration, the Dog is pushing a weekly letter writing campaign.
It is all very well for us to voice our opinions about what should be done, but when the rubber hits the road, if we want any kind of change, we must act.
The 18th in the Dogs continuing series taking a layman’s look at the Constitution of the United States of America.
This is the Dog’s series on the basics of being a first time candidate. It is intended to give those considering a run some of the concepts that they will need to be successful.
This is the fourth week of the Dogs letter writing campaign to try to spur an investigation into the apparent State Sponsored Torture program of the Bush Administration. If you would take a few minutes to write, it could make a difference.