What your coffee knows.
In Marbury v Madison, the United States Supreme Court established the principal of judicial review on this date in 1803.
Your coffee wants to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.
On this date in 1927, President Coolidge signed a bill establishing the Federal Radio Commission.
Your coffee wants a 50,000 watt clear-channel frequency allocation.
In Utica, New York, Frank Woolworth opened the first of his stores on this date in 1878.
Your coffee wants to sit-in for lunch at the counter of the Greensboro, North Carolina, Woolworth’s store.
On this date in 1958, the ☮ symbol was created by Gerald Holtam.
All your coffee is saying is give ☮ a chance.
Adolf Hitler secretly met with German industrialists to arrange for Nazi Party campaign financing on this date in 1933.
Your coffee wants to stop repeating history.
On this date in 1932, Amos Neyhart taught the first high school driver’s education course in the United States.
Your coffee wants a learner’s permit to drive an autonomous car.
The Kyoto Protocol went into force on this date in 2005.
Your coffee wants a smaller carbon footprint.
On this date in 2001, the first draft of the complete human genome was published in the journal Nature.
Your coffee wants a copy-editor and a box of red pencils.
Today is Valentine’s Day.
Your coffee loves you, but maybe not that way.
On this date in 1881, activist Hubertine Auclert first published the feminist newspaper, La Citoyenne.
Your coffee was warned, received an explanation, and persisted.
Glenn Miller was awarded the first gold record on this date in 1942.
Your coffee wants a double-platinum coaster.
On this date in 1950, Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy announced in a speech to the Republican Women’s Club of Wheeling, West Virginia, that the Department of State had been infiltrated by Communists.
Your coffee wants a list of names to invite to a Coffee Party meeting.
President Harding introduced the first radio set into the White House on this date in 1922.
Your coffee wants to listen to Air America.
On this date in 1894, the Cripple Creek miners’ strike began.
Your coffee is a drunkard’s dream if it ever did see one.
Aaron Burr, the third Vice-President of the United States, was born on this date in 1756.
Your coffee wants tickets to “Hamilton.”
On this date in 1870, the Fifteenth Amendment was ratified.
Your coffee wants voter unsuppression.
The National League of Professional Baseball Clubs of Major League Baseball was established on this date in 1876.
Your coffee wants to see a matchup between the Hartford Dark Blues and the Louisville Grays.
On this date in 1960, four black students began the first of the “Greensboro sit-ins” at a lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Your coffee wants to order a burger with a side of freedom fries.