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This Day in History – November 25

November 25 2348 BC – Biblical scholars believe this to be the day of the Great Deluge, or Flood 1783 – The last British soldiers withdraw from New York City, nearly three months after the Treaty of Paris was signed 1844 – Pioneer of early motor cars, Carl Benz is born 1863 – Union ends […] The post This Day […]

Saying Goodbye to America’s Favorite TV Mom

Florence Henderson, America’s favorite TV mom, passed away at the age of 82.  She was hospitalized on Wednesday and died on Thursday night from heart failure.  She was surrounded by friends and family. Florence began her acting career as a theatrical Broadway actress before taking on the role of Carol Brady on the hit TV show […] The post Saying Goodbye […]

A Last-Ditch Effort to Steal the Election?

It’s time to recognize the Democrats for what they are: radical revolutionaries who intend to hold power by any means necessary. And they want that power to complete their transformation of America into a socialist dictatorship, with Muslim overtones. As such, they simply cannot accept that every so often, a Republican wins the White House, […] The post A Last-Ditch […]

Giving Thanks in Everything

When I was a girl, my family had a wonderful set of friends.  I say set because that was how they came, in a set.  Four young ladies, we lovingly called “The Girls.”  For a few years, we attended the same church with The Girls, and road with a couple of them on the church […] The post Giving Thanks […]

What You Don’t Know About Federal Government Agencies

There are certain government agencies that come to mind when we think of federal agencies. Certainly the EPA, OSHA, IRS, DHS, Treasury, among others, spring to mind. What about Architect of the Capitol? Or The Bureau of Economic Analysis? Yeah, me neither lol. A friend of mine said he intended to print out a list […] The post What You […]

This Day in History – November 23

November 23 1248 – After a two-year siege, Seville, Spain surrenders to Ferdinand III of Castile 1499 – Perkin Warbeck, who invaded England claiming to be the lost son of King Edward IV, is hanged, allegedly for trying to escape from the Tower of London. His story was written by the Tudors-history’s victors and it […] The post This Day […]

The First Cindy’s Corner and MadisonsCPC Holiday Guide for Everything

The Everything Guide to Gifts, Decor, Food, Fashion, and Family Fun On November 30th Cindy’s Corner Radio Show, business owners, and holiday planning specialists will discuss what is “in” this holiday season.  From now, until New Years 2017, MadisonsCPC will publish articles focusing in on every aspect of making this holiday special and unique.  You […] The post The First […]

Soft Drinks No. 1 Purchase by Food Stamp Recipients; $357,700,000 From 1 Grocery Chain

Republished with permission from Tapwires – Jake Baker (CNSNews.com) – Soft drinks were the top commodity bought by food stamp recipients shopping at outlets run by a single U.S. grocery retailer. That is according to a new study released by the Food and Nutrition Service, the federal agency responsible for running the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance […] The post Soft Drinks […]

Sanctuary City Showdown

WHAT ARE “SANCTUARY CITIES”? Cities across the United States that refuse to comply with federal immigration laws are bracing for a showdown with the Trump Administration over “Sanctuary Cities.”  A “Sanctuary City” is a city that has adopted a policy of sheltering undocumented immigrants. These municipalities forbid the police or other city employees to inquire […] The post Sanctuary City […]