Yesterday, millions of American students participated in the March for Life to promote social change and a renewed demand in the United States for gun control. In doing so, the generation that cannot turn away from their smartphones found a way to use those phones as tools for a cause. They embarked on a journey … Continue reading March On!
In yet another blow for Republicans, the Supreme Court of the United States declined yesterday to take up the case of Pennsylvania gerrymandering. In a terse single-sentence order, the Court refused — for a second time — even to consider the merits of a GOP-led lawsuit seeking to block redistricting efforts that will make voting … Continue reading Cheaters Never Win
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
Yesterday, the founders of the research firm, Fusion GPS authored a New York Times op-ed detailing their frustration with the U.S. Congress and its investigation of the Trump-Russia scandal. In the Tuesday op-ed, Glenn R. Simpson and Peter Fritsch demanded that their testimony be released to the public. Fusion GPS is a Washington, D.C. based … Continue reading The Daily Dog: Rotten to the Core