Day XXXV

The New Orleans Saints played with seven coaches out due to positive COVID-19 tests. The Panthers beat the Saints by 19 points. Imagine if the Saints had all coaches on the sidelines. NEW ORLEANS STRONG ❗

Day XXXIV

The disturbing effort to recall California governor Gavin Newsom failed.  We can breath a big sigh of relief.  But we have to be on guard against toxic calumnies and conspiracies that threaten our democracy.

Day XXXIX

Last Saturday’s “Justice for J9 Rally” attracted less protesters than police officers that served to protect the Capitol building.  No politicians attended the rally. Even Donald Trump advised people not to attend the rally.  A dangerous situation was averted.

Day XXXIII

“Justice for J6 Rally” takes place in Washington DC today. Rally attenders will honor the greatest attack on America’s democracy since the infamous September 11th attack that took place some twenty years ago.

Day XXXII

September 18, National Black Voter Registration Day. John Lewis Voting Rights Enhancement Act, and the For The People Act of 2021 need passage to insure everyone can equally participate in our democracy.

Day XXXI

September 16, 2021.  The humidity continues to persist in southwestern CT.   Daytime temps continue to reach the middle-eighties (F°).  Global warming is here, but the economy continues to roll along unabated.

Day XXX

This is day thirty of my new blogging venture. I can only imagine the possibilities that exist for me as I write a new blog post each and every day.

Day IXXX

Football season is HERE. Will this be Big Ben’s and Tom Brady’s last years? Will Tampa Bay repeat? Will the NY teams have any chance of making the playoffs?

Day XXVII

According to Worldometers, Rhode Island has had 2️⃣,7️⃣9️⃣3️⃣ deaths from COVID-19.  This number is 823 less than the population of Little Compton, Rhode Island’s least populated municipality.

Day XXVIII

According to Worldometers, Florida has 4️⃣8️⃣,7️⃣7️⃣2️⃣ deaths from COVID-19.  This number is 4,203 less than the population of Pensacola, a small town and vacation destination in the panhandle.