“Why didn’t you tell me that dogs are one of the meanings of life?”

Keith Olbermann may have jumped in to the dog game later in life, but he gets it now. The above video perfectly illustrates the anti-goverment sentiment in Trump’s administration—where by the FDA’s food police records and data have vanished. And accountability is out the window.

The lesson: be very selective in what food you give your dogs. Bigger conglomerate companies will have more incentive to cut costs and cut corners—putting your dogs and cats at risk. ❏

 


 

Will Pollocksideways is an Atlanta-based freelance multimedia journalist focusing on pop-culture, politics, journalism & media, retail, real estate, travel, politics, and human interest. 

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About Will Pollock

Will Pollock is freelance multimedia culture, politics, media and entertainment journalist based in midtown Atlanta. He is an author of two books ("Pizza for Good" and "Leaving Triscuit), with more in the pipeline. Will is a photographer, musician, content wrangler, curator and artist. He is founder and director of ARTvision Atlanta, which in 2016 will be celebrating 10 years and $60,000 in fundraising. He writes about politics, pop-culture and other nonsense on his blogs, and you can follow him on Twitter @bywillpollock.

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