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Coburn: Enemy of Freedom is Congress & Courts, Not President-Elect

Republished with permission from Tapwires – Jake Baker By Barbara Hollingsworth (CNSNews.com) – “The enemy of freedom right now is Congress and the courts. It’s not the president-elect,” former Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said after criticizing efforts by some Republican members of Congress to end the current ban on earmarks. Coburn spearheaded the ban in […] The post Coburn: Enemy […]

This Day in History – November 20

November 20 269 – Diocletian is proclaimed the emperor of Numerian in Asia Minor by his soldiers 1695 – The Brazilian leader of a 100-year old rebel slave group, Zumbi dos Palmares, is killed in an ambush 1700 – Sweden’s 17-year old King Charles XII defeats the Russians at Narva 1789 – New Jersey becomes […] The post This Day […]

Trump Tower Trumps White House

According to various sources, Melania Trump has decided to remain in residence at New York City’s Trump Tower, creating additional security for the new First Family. Jim Reese, a former Delta Force commander and president of a global security company revealed, “That building is going to become the White House of New York.” In fact, […] The post Trump Tower […]

Meet Ina Solani and Alexis Monsanto- Designers to the Stars and Recent Guests on Cindy’s Corner

Ina Soltani’s collections are inspired by the artisan traditions of the world. Ms. Soltani’s deep appreciation of the arts motivated her to study film before turning to fashion design and graduating from FIDM, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles.  Joe Zee, Design Director of Elle Magazine, selected and mentored Ina for his […] The post Meet Ina […]

What To Wear: Winter Concerts

How to Not Freeze Your Butt Off And Still Look Cute There’s no doubt concerts are so much fun! However, it can be hard figuring out what to wear especially when it’s cold outside. Before you get to the concert, you’ll be freezing and want to bundle up. When you’re at the concert, you’ll be […] The post What To […]

This Day in History – November 19

November 19 1600 – Charles I, King of England and Ireland 1620 – The Pilgrims witness Cape Cod 1776 – Congress pleads with the states to send more soldiers to serve in the Continental Army 1797 – Abolitionist and women’s rights advocate, Sojourner Truth is born 1824 – A flood on the Neva River in […] The post This Day […]

Module 3: How to Save for Retirement

Elections come and go, but saving money should never depend on the outcome. In my past two modules, getting out of debt, and saving money, I discussed the foundation necessary to be on track to retire. The more you save, and the sooner you save it, the better off you will be to either retire […] The post Module 3: […]

Luxury Living for Longterm Survival

Think of it as a modern-day Ark to save a remnant of mankind, complete with an oceanic theme. According to the denverpost.com, “The Trident Lakes community has begun with a flourish northeast of Dallas near the Oklahoma border: A statue of Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, holding a golden trident will stand some 50 […] The post Luxury Living […]

The Misconception of Equating Race with Ability

It looks like racism is a front and center issue once again. As a nation, we are more polarized than we have been in years; we have backtracked once again. People aren’t labels and should not be categorized as such. Not all black people are poor and not all white people are well off. It […] The post The Misconception […]