Column: January 6, 2022: A Medical Perspective

January 6 came and went, and there was no riot this year. Much of Congress took the day off, perhaps out of fear that this year’s crop of rioters might actually succeed in killing them.  Liz Cheney showed up to claim that she had no idea that the policies she had supported for years Continue reading “Column: January 6, 2022: A Medical Perspective”

Center for Family Justice to Hold Domestic Violence Vigil

The Center for Family Justice will host a regional Domestic Violence Awareness Month vigil on Thursday, Oct. 14 at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport to commemorate the 19 lives lost to domestic violence homicides in Connecticut last year as well as raise awareness about the Continue reading “Center for Family Justice to Hold Domestic Violence Vigil”

Column: Texas Bans Pregnancy Terminations with Medical Consequences

The Governor of Texas proclaimed, “Our Creator endowed us with the right to life…” as he signed the bill that will effectively ban pregnancy terminations in Texas and will probably end most organ transplantation in America. He was photographed at the signing, from which the press Continue reading “Column: Texas Bans Pregnancy Terminations with Medical Consequences”

Stupid Is As Stupid Does

Our newly constituted Supreme Court ruled that the governor of New York State cannot limit the number of people assembling to pray.  This ruling was in response to lawsuits brought by the Roman Catholic Diocese and Hasidic Jewish organizations which argued that the restrictions imposed Continue reading “Stupid Is As Stupid Does”

COVID-19 Disrupts Greiser’s Owner’s Dream Getaway

I came down to Todos Santos in Baja on Thursday, March 12, for a bridal shower weekend with a group of seven girlfriends I’ve known and vacationed with for nearly 20 years. Back when we reserved our Airbnb and booked our flights, my biggest concern was getting a cheap flight and Continue reading “COVID-19 Disrupts Greiser’s Owner’s Dream Getaway”

Himes Will Hold Telephone Town Hall Friday on COVID-19

U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, 4th District, invites constituents to participate in a Telephone Town Hall on Friday, March 13, to learn more about the coronavirus pandemic and how they can protect themselves and their family. Following is his message:

As coronavirus spreads through the country Continue reading “Himes Will Hold Telephone Town Hall Friday on COVID-19”

Wilton Resident First Presumptive Positive Coronavirus Case in Connecticut

In the wake of the recent announcement that a New York commuter had tested positive for the coronavirus in Connecticut, Governor Lamont announced today that additionally, a Wilton man between the ages of 40-50 had tested positive for COVID-19. The two cases are reportedly unrelated, Continue reading “Wilton Resident First Presumptive Positive Coronavirus Case in Connecticut”

To Self-Serve and Protect

These are confusing times. The government leaders in both the executive and legislative branches of the federal government who have repeatedly assured us that this pandemic thing was overblown and dismissed the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations (even after they were Continue reading “To Self-Serve and Protect”