Pardon Us, World

The second biggest meeting of Donald Trump’s year has arrived, and no one is more excited than Kim Jong-un. The North Korean Dictator has been waiting anxiously for two weeks to hear the sordid details of Trump’s recent White House tête-a-tête — or more precisely derriere-a-derriere — with reigning queen of American trash television, Kim … More Pardon Us, World

The Daily Dog: A Nation’s Plague & A City’s Shame

From east to west across Middle America, travelers pass at least a dozen high-security state and federal prisons in close proximity to Route 66 and other modern major thoroughfares. You see them from America’s highways…their lighted compounds and glistening fences constant reminders of justice inaction. In Oklahoma, highway signs warn travelers that “Hitch-hikers may be … More The Daily Dog: A Nation’s Plague & A City’s Shame

The Daily Dog: American Injustice

WARNING: This post contains graphic photos which some readers may find objectionable. Two weeks ago, Otto Warmbier, an American university student arrested and detained in North Korea, died almost immediately upon his return to the United States. North Korea imprisoned the 22-year-old for almost 18 months following a trial based on allegations that he had … More The Daily Dog: American Injustice


If making America great means returning to a time of over-privileged white establishment and mass incarceration, then President Trump’s agenda moved a step closer this week with Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ policy shift on federal criminal prosecutions. The mid-week announcement rolls back Obama-era administration guidelines on charging and sentencing. Sessions’ directive to federal prosecutors to … More Uncorrected