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 […] The post Hypocrisy is […]

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 […] The post Cindy’s Corner […]

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 […] The post Reflections of […]

Fidel Castro is Gone. Raul is in Charge. What’s Next for Cuba and the US?

There have been many premature reports of the death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, over the years – the most recent of which, was reported on January 9th of last year, the Times describing the chronic nature of the rumors as inducing “rumor fatigue” and comparing them to unconfirmed UFO sightings. Foreign policy observers were […] The post Fidel Castro […]

This Day in History – November 28

November 28 1520 – Spanish explorer Ferdinand Magellan enters the Pacific 1582 – An 18-year old William Shakespeare marries 26-year old Anne Hathaway in Stratford-upon-Avon 1628 – English preacher and writer John Bunyan is born 1729 – Natchez Indians massacre French settlers and soldiers at Fort Rosalie, Louisiana, killing roughly 300 1757 – English poet […] The post This Day […]

This Day in History – November 27

November 27 43 BC – Octavian, Lepidus and Antony form the triumvirate of Rome 511 – Clovis, King of the Franks, dies and the kingdom is divided amongst his four sons 1095 – Pope Urban II makes an appeal for warriors to relieve Jerusalem in one of the most influential speeches of the Middle Ages, […] The post This Day […]

Cubans in Miami Cheer Castro’s Death

Republished with permission from Tapwires – Jake Baker By ADRIAN SAINZ, IAN MADER and TAMARA LUSH MIAMI (AP) – Within half an hour of the Cuban government’s official announcement that former President Fidel Castro had died, Miami’s Little Havana teemed with life – and cheers. Thousands of people banged pots with spoons, waved Cuban flags […] The post Cubans in […]

Dossier on Senator Sessions’ Accusers

Since Donald Trump’s election to the presidency, and his appointment of Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) to head the Department of Justice as Attorney General, Sessions has been relentlessly besieged with accusations that he is a racist. Now is a good time to explore just who these critics are. Here’s a particularly repulsive example, from November […] The post Dossier on […]

This Day in History – November 26

November 26 1688 – Louis XIV declares war on the Netherlands 1774 – A congress of colonial leaders criticizes British influence in the colonies and affirms their right to “Life, liberty and property” 1776 – House of Burgesses (Virginia’s official state legislature) leader Peyton Randolph is laid to rest at the College of William and […] The post This Day […]