November 2016

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  • Jill Stein Recount Scam

    Failed Green Party Presidential nominee, Jill Stein, has raised 6.5 million dollars to conduct a recount in three states: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Stein stated this measure is necessary due to “reported hacks into voter and party databases.” When pressed to provide evidence regarding Stein’s claims, she responded, “We do not have evidence of fraud. […]

  • This Day in History – November 30

    November 30 1016 – Cnut the Great (Canute), King of Denmark, claims the English throne after the death of Edmund ‘Ironside’ 1648 – English Parliamentary army captures King Charles I 1667 – English satirist and writer Jonathan Swift is born 1731 – Nearly 100,000 die when an earthquake hits Beijing 1776 – Admiral Richard Howe […]

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  • Cindy’s Corners Guest, Designer Alexis Monsanto- Using Modern Twists to Create Timeless Classics

    Alexis Monsanto originally studied Medical Technology in college, but was steered into design after creating costumes for the local marching band and majorette squad. He designed gowns for his close friends participating in small beauty pageants. As the demand for more custom dresses and formal wear increased, his passion for creative design was born. He began to […]

  • This Day in History – November 29

    November 29 1760 – Britain’s Major Roger Rogers takes control of Detroit 1775 – The Second Continental Congress establishes the Committee of Secret Correspondence to communicate a “Patriot” interpretation of events in Britain’s North American colonies to solicit aid in the American war effort 1777 – The city of San Jose, California is founded 1787 […]

  • Getting Ready for What Lies Ahead- Whatever That May Be

    Some call it “prepping,” some call it crazy. I call it just being ready, sort of like the Boy Scout motto, “Always Prepared, Always Ready.”   Prepared or ready for what?  Well, you just never know what life or the world may throw at you. And being prepared is more than food and water set […]

  • Hypocrisy is in Fashion for 2017

    Designer Sophie Theallet, who has dressed Michele Obama for the last eight years, has stated she will never dress Melania Trump and has urged fellow designers to follow suit. She stated in part: “I am well aware it is not wise to get involved in politics. That said, as a family owned company, our bottom line […]

  • Cindy’s Corner Announces our First Holiday Giveaway for One Lucky Listener

    Kidz Entertainment Heads Into the Holiday Season with Toy Donations, Another Promotion with E-Commerce Giant Zulily, and MORE! The Long Island Based Toy Company Who Recently Donated to Baldwin Halloween Festival Continues to Grow with Further Charitable Contributions and Upcoming Promotional Events Baldwin, NY (November 2016) — With the Holiday season almost upon us, Long Island […]

  • Reflections of Thanksgiving

    I suppose if there is a downside to our free market republic it would be that the drive to make money overshadows the true meaning of holidays and events. Of course, the founders warned us that our type of government is only suitable for a moral and virtuous society. The victim and entitlement classes have […]