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!
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
On Thursday, the Justice Department released a statement that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had rescinded several guidance documents governing laws concerning civil rights, ADA policies, and ATF rules. The move comes as the latest siege by Donald Trump’s regime on America’s democratic ideals and long-fought-for policies of inclusion, diversity, and the echoing words of a … Continue reading The Sunday Dog: Who is Next?
On Friday, a panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit denied a new trial for Brendan Dassey, a juvenile defendant accused of aiding in the murder and rape of a Wisconsin woman. Dassey, the subject of the Netflix series “Making of a Murderer,” was sixteen when police interrogated him without … Continue reading The Sunday Dog: I Confess…the Courts are Wrong
Decades before the Trump regime, and years before Sanctuary Cities were necessary and chic, San Francisco passed the City and County of Refuge ordinance in 1989. The law prohibited city employees from using city funds or resources to assist Immigration and Customs Enforcement from executing federal immigration law. Four years ago, the city added to … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Not a One Man Apprentice Show