Mike Doogan is a man out to single-handedly protect America's virtues. As the only good man left in Alaska (after Todd Palin, of course), Mike selflessly exposes the hypocrisies of others from his perch high atop the state legislature.
Unlike private citizens, Mike has no problem having himself exposed in public. As a journalist, Mike knows this is the price America pays for a strong fourth estate.
It is with that standard in mind that this page is dedicated.
Early Life & EducationEdit
Doogan was born, went to school, passed through puberty, and acquired the physical ability to grow a long, but thin, mustache (long-since removed due to public shame).
After that, apparently, he did other things.
College & Working LifeEdit
Doogan probably went to college somewhere, then went took a job at something our grandparents called a newspaper.
This may have required work. Or not. No one remembers.
When Mike's career as a journalist panned out, he decided to freelance and began writing mystery books.
Here are some of Mike's titles:
- The Sellout
- Cowardice In The Cold
- I'll Do Whatever You Want As Long As My Son-In-Law Gets To Keep His Job
- Antebellum Chivalry In The Yukon
As State RepresentativeEdit
Then, for some reason, Doogan was elected to the Alaska Legislature. This meant that he was now a politician. Currently, Wikiality.com has no entry on the word "politician" because no one knows what they do. Wikiality.com may not know what politicians do, but Mike does. They help people, but not just any people, family people and the employers of those family people.
Mike's Future In Alaskan PoliticsEdit
Honest politicking doesn't pay too good anymore, his mystery writing isn't selling and he's no spring chicken anymore. Mike is desperate to do the bidding of anyone who will pay him (okay so maybe he's still a pretty good politician).
Nevertheless, Mike wants to go on to bigger and better things. If you know things and want to tell those things to someone willing to do damn near anything to know what you know, please contact Mike. Except, that is, if you want to keep your identity private. Mike's not a real big fan of privacy.
Send him a package
give him a call
or send him an internets
And, in a related note, a short list of possible laws Mike may have broken