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The “Anti-FACEBOOK” Platform: MeWe | Founder Mark Weinstein | Huckabee

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🌟 Discover Freedom of Expression on MeWe – Your Facebook Alternative! 🌟

Are you tired of dealing with hacked Facebook accounts and the frustration of reaching customer service? Are you feeling stifled by the constraints on your freedom of speech that can land you in " Facebook jail"? It's time to break free from these limitations and embrace a new social media experience. πŸš€ Join MeWe : The Ultimate Facebook Alternative for Freedom Seekers! πŸš€ πŸ”’ Secure and Reliable Communication Say goodbye to account hacks and hello to a secure platform where your privacy is paramount. MeWe prioritizes your data security and ensures a safe environment for all users. πŸ—£️ Express Yourself Freely Unleash your thoughts and opinions without fear of censorship or restriction. MeWe empowers you to exercise your right to freedom of speech without the risk of being silenced or penalized. 🀝 Community Support Experience a platform that values its users and provides responsive customer service. Say goodbye to the frustration of unanswered queries and embrace

Music Calendar...

In 1961 Barbra Striesand appears on "The Jack Paar Show." In 1964 The Searchers ("Needles & Pins") appear on the "Ed Sullivan Show." In 1968 "Young Girl" by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap is certified gold. In 1969 "Grazing In The Grass" by Friends Of Distinction, "These Eyes" by Guess Who and "Atlantis" by Donovan all enter the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1974 The Guess Who host a celebrity tennis tournament in Toronto to benefit the National Ballet of Canada. In 1975 "Only Women Bleed" by Alice Cooper, "Bad Time" by Grand Funk, "Magic" by Pilot and "Sister Golden Hair" by America all enter the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1975 "Lovin' You" by Minnie Riperton is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1977 Jackson Browne, John Sebastian, J.D. Souther, Richie Havens and others play a series of concerts in Tokyo to benefit efforts to protect whales and dolphins. They raised $150,

Today In History...

In 1614 American Indian princess Pocahontas marries English colonist John Rolfe in Virginia. In 1621 The Mayflower sails from Plymouth, MA, on a return trip to England. In 1792 George Washington casts the first presidential veto, rejecting a congressional measure for apportioning representatives among states. In 1887 In Tuscumbia, Alabama, teacher Anne Sullivan achieves a major breakthrough with her blind and deaf pupil, Helen Keller, by conveying to her the meaning of the word "water." In 1887 In a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton, British historian Lord Acton writes, "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely." In 1894 11 strikers are killed in a riot at Connellsville, Pennsylvania. In 1895 Oscar Wilde loses his criminal libel case against the Marquess of Queensberry, who'd accused the writer of homosexual practices; Wilde ended up being convicted on a morals charge, and was sent to prison. In 1915 Jess Willard defeats Jack Johnson for th

Born On This Day...

In 1588 Philosopher, Thomas Hobbes In 1649 Philanthropist, Elihu Yale (Yale University named in his honor) In 1726 Benjamin Harrison, signed Declaration of Independence In 1827 Physician, Joseph Lister (founder of aseptic surgery) In 1856 Black educator/social reformer, Booker T. Washington In 1858 Botanist, Washington Atlee Burpee (founded mail-order seed company) In 1871 College football coach, Glenn "Scobey Pop" Warner (Jim Thorpe) In 1894 Aircraft designer, Lawrence Dale Bell (founded Bell Aircraft) In 1900 Actor, Spencer Tracy (Father of the Bride, Boys Town) [d: 6-10-67] In 1901 Presidential aid/ambassador, Chester Bowles [d: 5-25-86] In 1901 Actor/game show host, Melvyn Douglas [d: 8-4-81] In 1905 Actor, Bill Raisch (one armed man-The Fugitive) [d: 7-31-84] In 1908 Actress, Bette Davis (Of Human Bondage, Jezebel) [d: 10-6-89] In 1908 Writer, Mary Hemingway (Ernest Hemmingway Biography) [d: 11-26-86] In 1908 Actor, Grady Sutton (Sturgis-Pruitts of Southhampton) [d: 9-17

The Frustrating Reality of Dealing with Facebook's Lack of Customer Service

In the world of social media, Facebook has long been a dominant player. However, recent events have shed light on a troubling aspect of this platform - the lack of effective customer service. We, unfortunately, have become a victim of this system, and our experience serves as a cautionary tale for others. It all started when our Facebook account was hacked, leading to its suspension. The ordeal of trying to get the account reinstated has been nothing short of a nightmare. Facebook 's customer service is virtually non-existent - emails go unanswered, and phone calls only lead to a robotic referral to their unhelpful help section. Upon attempting to log into our account, a chilling message awaited us: "We suspended your account because your linked Instagram account tranvuhong988 doesn't follow our rules." Who is tranvuhong988? The answer remains a mystery, but we suspect it to be the hacker responsible for our predicament. While our Instagram account remains active,

Music Calendar...

In 1942 Glenn Miller and his orchestra record "American Patrol." In 1960 Elvis Presley and Connie Francis are named by NARM as the top-selling male and female recording artists. In 1964 The Beach Boys record "I Get Around." In 1965 Freddie & the Dreamers record "Do the Freddie." In 1966 Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass have four of the top ten albums on Billboard's albums chart. In 1967 Steve Winwood leaves the Spencer Davis Group to form Traffic. In 1967 The Beatles finish recording their "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album. In 1970 The London Magistrate's Court begins hearing arguments on whether or not parts of John Lennon's exhibition of erotic lithographs were indecent. In 1970 Donovan's "A Gift From A Flower To A Garden" and Bobby Sherman's "Easy Come, Easy Go" are both certified gold. In 1971 David Bowie's album "The Man Who Sold The World" is released in the United

Today In History...

In 1513 Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon lands in Florida. In 1792 Congress authorizes the U.S. mint and establishes coin denominations. In 1819 The first successful agricultural journal, The American Farmer, begins publication. In 1827 Lead pencils are manufactured by Joseph Dixon for the first time. In 1845 H.L. Fizeau and J. Leon Foucault take the first photo of the sun. In 1860 The first Italian Parliament meets at Turin. In 1865 Confederate President Jefferson Davis and most of his cabinent flee the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia. In 1870 The first woman to ever be nominated for U.S. president is Victoria Woodhull representing the National Radical Reformers party. In 1872 The gasoline powered engine is patented by George B. Brayton. In 1872 Samuel F.B. Morse, developer of the electric telegraph, dies. In 1877 The first Easter Egg Roll is held on the White House lawn. Rutherford B. Hayes was president at the time. In 1902 The first movie house opens in Los Angeles fea

Born On This Day...

In 742 First Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne (800-814) In 1618 Mathematician/physicist, Francesco M. Grimaldi (light defraction) In 1725 Italian writer/spy, Giacomo Casanova In 1732 Astronomer, David Rittenhouse (observer atmosphere of Venus) In 1805 Children's author, Hans Christian Andersen (Ugly Duckling) In 1814 Inventor, Erastus B. Bigelow (power carpet loom, founded MIT) In 1834 French sculptor, Frederic-Auguste Bertholdi (Statue of Liberty) In 1840 French novelist/journalist, Emile Zola (Nana) In 1862 U.S. educator, Nicholas M. Butler (Nobel 1931) In 1869 Cartoonist, Clifford Berryman (created Teddy Bear) In 1875 Auto maker, Walter Chrysler (developed 6-cylinder engine) In 1891 Painter/sculptor, Max Ernst (father of surrealism) In 1907 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Luke Appling (White Sox) [d: 1-3-91] In 1908 Actor, Buddy Ebsen (Beverly Hillbillies, Barnaby Jones) [d: 7-6-03] In 1910 Football Hall-of-Famer, Arnie Herber (Packers, Giants) [d: 10-14-69] In 1910 Socialite/producer, I

Music Calendar...

In 1927 HMV introduces the world's first automatic record changer as part of its new radio-phonograph combination. In 1933 "42nd Street" by Don Bestor is #1 on the charts. In 1955 Elvis Presley's 4th single, a cover of Arthur Gunter's "Baby, Let's Play House," is released. In 1957 Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers opens their British tour at the Palladium in London as the venue's youngest-ever headliner at 13. In 1957 The Everly Brothers' single "Bye Bye Love" is released. In 1960 Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin tape a Frank Sinatra TV special in Miami. In 1964 John Lennon is reunited with his father Freddie after 17 years. In 1965 The Beatles record "Eight Arms To Hold You." In 1966 David Bowie's first single, "Do Anything You Say" is released. In 1966 "Nowhere Man" by the Beatles is certified gold. In 1967 The Country Music Association Hall of Fame opens in Nashville. I

Today In History...

In 1778 Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans businessman, creates the dollar ($) symbol. In 1789 The House of Representatives hold their first full meeting in New York City. Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania is elected the first House speaker. In 1826 The internal combustion engine is patented by Samuel Mory. In 1853 Cincinnati becomes the first U.S. city to pay firefighters a regular salary. In 1864 The first accident insurance policy is issued in Hartford, CT. In 1866 The U.S. Congress overrides a presidential veto on a bill that gave equal voting rights in the U.S. In 1889 The first dish washing machine is sold in Chicago. In 1904 The Antarctic Plateau is discovered by Captain R.F. Scott. In 1918 The Royal Air Force is established in Britain. In 1929 The Yo-Yo is introduced to the public by Louie Marx. In 1933 Nazi Germany begins persecution of Jews boycotting Jewish-owned businesses. In 1935 The first radio tube made of metal is produced in Schenectady, NY. In 1938 The "Superman&q

Born On This Day...

In 1578 Physician, William Harvey (discovered blood circulation) In 1815 German statesman, Otto von Bismarck In 1873 Composer, Sergei Rachmaninoff (Prelude In C# Minor) In 1875 Novelist/playwright Edgar Wallace (wrote King Kong screenplay) In 1883 Actor, Lon Chaney (Hunchback of Norte Dame, Phantom of the Opera) In 1885 Actor, Wallace Beery (Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse) In 1900 Publisher, William Benton (Encyclopedia Britannica) [d: 3-18-73] In 1906 Actor Ned Glass (Julia, Bridget Loves Bernie) [d: 6-15-84] In 1908 Country singer Bob Nolan (Sons of the Pioneers) [d: 6-16-80] In 1909 Director/actor, Abner Biberman (Ironside) [d: 6-20-77] In 1909 Bandleader/pianist, Eddie "Eddy" Duchin [d: 2-9-51] In 1910 Jazz saxophonist Harry Carney [d: 10-8-74] In 1915 Actor, Hans Conried (Uncle Tonoose-Danny Thomas Show) [d: 1-5-82] In 1915 Singer/actor, Art Lund (Benny Goodman Orchestra) [d: 5-30-90] In 1917 Actor/game show host Leon Janney (Think Fast, Hawk) [d: 10-28-80] In 1920 Acto