Hello 2021!

So, we’ve tried the one month subscription for 2021—not sure if we’re ready to renew yet.

So, we’ve tried the one month subscription for 2021—not sure if we’re ready to renew yet. January sure has started off with some chaotic energy and if you missed any of it, we’ve got you covered.

A Nation on Edge (A Tale in Three Weeks)

  • Insurrection: On January 6, 2021, the nation’s capital was under attack as lawmakers from both the House of Representatives and the Senate were doing their constitutional duties by certifying the November presidential election. Elsewhere, then-President Trump was holding a “Stop the Steal” rally where he urged his supporters to march to the Capitol in efforts to overturn the election. The result was the U.S. Capitol being breached by insurrectionists who eventually made their way to the Senate floor, Speaker Pelosi’s office, and other restricted areas inside the building.
  • Impeachment: A week later, the House of Representatives introduced Articles of Impeachment on now-former President Trump for inciting the insurrection. On Wednesday, January 13, the House of Representatives voted 232-197 to impeach Trump. This was considered the most bi-partisan impeachment in history because 10 House Republicans voted in favor of it.
  • Inauguration: On January 20, history was made as Joseph R. Biden Jr. was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States and Kamala Devi Harris was sworn in as the 49th Vice President of the United States. The inauguration called for unity across the country and included former presidents as well as a former vice president. And thanks to Bernie Sanders, we got some seriously high quality memes.

NFL Playoffs

Well, we finally know which teams are facing off in the Super Bowl. In the Conference Championships on January 24, the two games everyone was watching were the Green Bay Packers vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Buffalo Bills vs. the Kansas City Chiefs. The Buccaneers defeated the Packers 31-26, giving Tom Brady his 10th Super Bowl appearance, and the Chiefs beat the Bills 38-24. Tune in on February 7 for the BIG GAME to see which team becomes the next Super Bowl champion.


Marvel began its next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the miniseries WandaVision on Disney+ this month. WandaVision takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame as both Wanda and Vision are living their best suburban life in the town of Westview while trying to hide their powers. However, things aren’t the way they seem as the heroes enter new decades and encounter different tropes.

Let’s Restart 2021 in February

So, January may have started off a bit rocky that doesn’t mean the rest of the year will be, right? Here’s to hoping February gives us some good vibes and some good news. We could all use it.