Category Archives: General

Hope All Had a Great 4th!!

By | July 5, 2018

May seem like a roller coaster, but it’s actually only a bump in the road. We will emerge from this stronger than we went into it. We are all so fortunate to live in our great country. Let’s all unite to keep it that way.

Crowd Size

By | June 14, 2018

Congratulations to the Washington Capitals for winning their first Stanley Cup.  The event provided an in-direct measure of crowd size in our nation’s capital, allowing for comparison with other large crowds attending events of interest there. The measure reported was “passenger trips” taken on the city’s subway system (the Metro) on those particular days. 612,000-… Read More »

Tim Russert Rest in Peace

By | June 13, 2018

Tim Russert, the former moderator of “Meet the Press”, died suddenly at too young of an age 10 years ago today.  He came from Buffalo, NY, my wife’s home town, and with all of his success and fame, he never lost his humility nor his empathy.  “He never forgot where he came from, he never… Read More »

Enough Shame to Spread Around, and a Breath of Fresh Air

By | June 11, 2018

Mr. McConnell, Please explain to us what you mean by “conservative values” and the relative importance by which you rate them. Mr. De Niro, Robert, Robert, Robert, shame on you. Your antics are no better than those you criticize. Unity, not divisiveness. Please apologize. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students, Congratulations, great song, great message!  … Read More »