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TODAY IN HISTORY—SUNDAY, OCTOBER 04, 2020:
President Rutherford B. Hayes; U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel; Chief of Reich Security Ernst Kaltenbrunner; Badfinger featuring Mike Gibbins, Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin and Paul Revere and the Raiders featuring Paul Revere Dick:
- 1535 Tuesday: The first full English translation of the Bible undergoes printing in Switzerland.
- 1648 Thursday: Peter Stuyvesant established the first volunteer fire department in America in New York City.
- 1777 Thursday: General George Washington’s troops launched an assault on the British at Germantown, Pennsylvania, resulting in heavy American losses.
- 1822 Thursday: The 19th president of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes, was born in Delaware, Ohio.
- 1824 Sunday: Mexican nationalists proclaim the nation a ‘republic.’
- 1830 Sunday: The provisional government declares the secession of Belgium from the Netherlands.
- 1861 Thursday: During the Civil War, the United States Navy authorized the construction of the first ironclad ship, the USS Monitor.
- 1864 Monday: The first daily black-owned newspaper in the U.S. the New Orleans Tribune begins publication.
- 1881 Monday: Edward Leveaux received a patent for the player piano.
- 1883 Wednesday: The Orient Express begins operation, linking the Ottoman Empire with the rest of Europe.
- 1887 Monday: The International Herald Tribune had its beginnings as the Paris Herald, a European edition of the New York Herald.
- 1893 Tuesday: Grant Dibert signed the first professional football contract for the Pittsburgh AC.
- 1895 Thursday: The first U.S. Open golf tournament took place in Newport, Rhode Island. Horace Rawlins, 19 years-old, won the tournament.
- 1903 Sunday: Future Chief of Reich Security in Nazi Germany, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, is born in Austro-Hungary on this date. He would go to the gallows on 10-16-1946 in Nuremburg, Germany.
- 1909 Monday: The first airship race in the U.S. took place in St. Louis.
- 1910 Tuesday: Nationalists proclaim Portugal a ‘republic;’ King Manuel II flees to England.
- 1915 Monday: Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado and Utah is established by the Federal government.
- 1921 Tuesday: The League of Nations refuses to aid starving Russians because they are ‘communists.’
- 1927 Tuesday: The first actual work of carving stone began on Mt. Rushmore.
- 1928 Thursday: The 25th World Series commences, the New York Yankees vs. the St. Louis Cardinals.
- 1931 Sunday: The comic strip, “Dick Tracy,” by Chester Gould, made its debut.
- 1933 Wednesday: Esquire magazine published for the first time on this date.
- 1939 Wednesday: The last holdout Polish troops surrender to the Nazis and the Soviets.
- 1940 Friday: Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini conferred at the Brenner Pass in the Alps.
- 1942 Sunday: Fighting on the Eastern Front continues as the Axis troops launch a major assault against the tractor factory in Stalingrad. The Germans continue pouring in reinforcements while the crumbling Russian defenders continue trading ground for massive quantities of blood. Meanwhile, the Luftwaffe continues dropping bombs atop the dying city.
- 1946 Friday: In North Platte, Nebraska, future 24th U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel (among other positions) is born. A RINO Republican, he would serve under President Barack Obama from 02-27-2013 to 02-17-2015.
- 1951 Thursday: The MGM movie musical, “An American in Paris,” starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, had its U.S. premiere in New York on this date.
- 1957 Friday: The Space Age began as the Soviet Union launched Sputnik-1, the first artificial satellite, into orbit. Meanwhile, James R. Hoffa was elected president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Finally, the family series, “Leave it to Beaver” premiered on CBS -TV.
- 1958 Saturday: The first trans-Atlantic passenger jetliner service was begun by the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) with flights between London and New York.
- 1959 Sunday: The Soviet Union launched Luna-3, a space probe that transmitted images of the far side of the moon. Meanwhile, the first World Series game played west of St. Louis takes place in Los Angeles, California; the Dodgers set a World Series attendance record of 92,394.
- 1960 Tuesday: An Eastern Air Lines Lockheed L-188A Electra crashed on takeoff from Boston’s Logan Airport, killing all but 10 of the 72 people on board it.
- 1963 Friday: Hurricane Flora kills 6,000 people in Cuba and Haiti.
- 1965 Monday: Pope Paul VI addressed the U.N. General Assembly and became the first reigning pontiff to visit the Western Hemisphere.
- 1970 Sunday: Janis Joplin, blues singer and former member of the San Franciscan band, Big Brother, and the Holding Company[i], died in Los Angeles, California, on this date.
- 1974 Friday: John Lennon releases his “Walls and Bridges” album featuring the song, “Whatever gets you through the Night.”
- 1976 Monday: The United States Supreme Court lifts the 1972 ban on the death penalty for convicted murderers so executions can get underway. Meanwhile, Agriculture secretary Earl Butz resigned in the wake of controversy over a joke he had made about blacks.
- 1987 Sunday: NFL owners used replacement personnel to play games despite the player’s strike.
- 1989 Wednesday: Fawaz Younis, a Lebanese hijacker convicted of commandeering a Jordanian jetliner with two Americans aboard in 1985, was sentenced in Washington to 30 years in prison. Meanwhile, Triple-Crown-winning racehorse, Secretariat, suffering a hoof ailment, was humanely destroyed at age 19.
- 1990 Thursday: The German parliament had its first meeting since reunification.
- 1991 Friday: In their first National Hockey League game, the San Jose Sharks lose 4-3 to the Vancouver Canucks. Meanwhile, 26 nations, including the United States, signed the Madrid Protocol, which imposed a 50-year ban on oil exploration and mining in Antarctica.
- 1994 Tuesday: President Bill Clinton welcomed South African President Nelson Mandela to the White House.
- 1997 Saturday: Due to weak ticket sales, the FarmAid 10 Concert suffers cancellation.
- 2001 Thursday: Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hit his 70th home run of the season to tie Mark McGwire’s major league record.
- 2002 Friday: John Walker Lindh, the so-called “American Taliban,” received a 20-year sentence after a sobbing plea for forgiveness before a federal judge in Alexandria, Virginia. However, in Boston, a laughing Richard Reid pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a trans-Atlantic flight with explosives hidden in his shoes. The British citizen was later sentenced to life in prison.
- 2003 Saturday: A Palestinian skank blew herself up inside a restaurant in Haifa, Israel, killing 21 bystanders. Incidents such as this led to Israel building the walls to protect its people which so far they have done.
- 2004 Monday: The SpaceShipOne rocket plane broke through Earth’s atmosphere to the edge of space for the second time in five days, capturing the $10 million Ansari X prize aimed at opening the final frontier to tourists.
- 2005 Tuesday: Drummer for the British rock band, Badfinger[ii], Mike Gibbins, died from brain aneurysm on this date.
- 2009 Sunday: Greek socialists trounced the governing conservatives in a landslide election. Elsewhere, Argentine folk singer Mercedes Sosa, 74, died in Buenos Aires.
- 2010 Monday: Scientists working near Kokoda, Papua, New Guinea, uncover the world’s oldest, high-altitude human settlement, estimated to be 49,000 years-old.
- 2011 Tuesday: The U.S. State Department lists ISIS POS thug leader Abu Bakr-al-Baghdadi as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist with a $10 million bounty on his head for information leading to his capture. In 2019, following the destruction of ISIS by President Donald J. Trump, this criminal piece of dog feces still is on the run.
- 2012 Thursday: The FBI claim to have completed their investigation of the 9-11 attack on the Benghazi U.S. Consulate in ONE day.
- 2013 Friday: Part of the ongoing Samaikyandhra Movement, protests, and strikes erupt after the Cabinet of India approves the bifurcation of the state of Andrha Pradesh.
- 2014 Saturday: Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient hospitalized for Ebola in the U.S., slips from serious to critical condition in a Dallas hospital; 10 people who had been in close contact with the patient have been placed in isolation. Elsewhere, Paul Revere Dick, founder of the rock group Paul Revere and the Raiders[iii] died on this date due to cancer.
- 2015 Sunday: Following Coalition airstrikes in Kabul, Afghanistan, Doctors without Borders says, “NO MORE,” and closes down their charity operations in the Taliban-tormented country. Meanwhile, Jason Chaffetz, R-UT, announces his bid for the House Speakership.
- 2016 Tuesday: New York’s Attorney-General Eric Schneiderman, Democrat, warns the Trump Foundation to ‘stop fundraising.’ He claims the charitable foundation is a scam and that it’s under investigation by New York State law enforcement authorities. Meanwhile, following yesterday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision blocking President Barack Obama’s recent immigration order, liberals and Democrats go berserk. Elsewhere, tonight’s debate between vice presidential candidates Tim Kaine, D-VA, and Gov. Mike Pence, R-IN, demonstrates to viewers that the Democrat was rude, belligerent, angry, and downright repulsive while the GOP candidate was poised, informed, controlled, and repeatedly smacked his opponent down in an embarrassing way.
- 2017 Wednesday: In a speech to the Conservative National Conference, British Prime Minister Theresa May goes through hell as her voice goes out, hecklers interrupt, and the flipping stage collapses. Meanwhile, President Donald J. Trump visited hospital bedsides and a police base in Las Vegas in the aftermath of the shooting rampage three nights earlier at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel and Casino that left 58 people dead and hundreds wounded.
- 2018 Thursday: In Foxborough, Massachusetts, New England Patriots QB Tom Brady joins an exclusive club of only three quarterbacks to record 500 career touchdown passes with his throw to Josh Gordon in the Pats’ win 38-24 over the visiting Indianapolis Colts.
- 2019 Friday: Ecuadoran President Lenin Moreno declares a 60-day state of emergency after ending four decades of fuel subsidies for his people. Obviously, they go berserk and run amok. Elsewhere, in another move designed to drive Democrats insane, the Trump administration issues an order demanding that all potential immigrants can pay for their own healthcare costs. Of course, Dems want to give everything away in an ongoing effort to win votes from illegal aliens. Good for you, President Trump.
- 2020 Sunday: As of today, the debate between Vice President Mike Pence and the person trying to take his place- Senator Kamala Harris, D-CA, is still on. Sen. Harris is in Salt Lake City, Utah, undergoing preparations for this crucial matchup. Meanwhile, German, Swedish, and French labs confirm that the poison used to rub out Putin critic, Alexei Navalny, is indeed the Soviet-era poison, Novichok. Of course, the Putin regime continues bellowing, “Move on, nothing to see here.” Elsewhere, Twitter confirms that it will indeed censor tweets calling for the death of President Donald J. Trump. We shall see. Speaking of the 45th president, Operation MAGA is underway across the country as Trump family members and supporters begin blitzing the airwaves and the media in a bold and exciting effort to continue the 2020 presidential campaign.
- 2020 Sunday A: We learn that New York City has released at least 70 thugs on a variety of charges three times or more. We encourage the people of the once-prosperous city to vote out every Democrat they can, this election and beyond. These people have demonstrated they care little to nothing about the average New Yorker. Their time is coming and it’s coming soon. Elsewhere, 53-percent of the population of New Caledonia votes to remain a part of France.
- 2020 Sunday B: Pope Francis lays out his leftist political beliefs in a new encyclical “Brothers All,” in which, he says the world needs new politics to address the economic unfairness many nations face. Apparently, he believes that capitalism is unjust and that socialism would make more sense, although he does not employ the word. Still, we know he embraces the doctrine because of the ‘social justice’ BS he is always trying to force on world leaders and on their people. Why don’t you criticize the Chi-Coms, Pope Francis? Elsewhere, Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey, not up for re-election until 2022, announces that he will not seek another term in office. Not sure as to why but it’s what he just announced.
- 2020 Sunday C: Here are the Early Game NFL scores for Week 4 as they roll in: (2) Minnesota Vikings, 31 (1-3) @ Houston Texans, 23 (0-4); (3) New Orleans Saints, 35 (2-2) @ Detroit Lions, 29 (1-3); (4) Baltimore Ravens, 31 (3-1) @ Washington Redskins, 17 (1-3); (5) Arizona Cardinals, 21 (2-2) @ Carolina Panthers, 31 (2-2); (6) Seattle Seahawks, 31 (4-0) @ Miami Dolphins, 23 (1-3); (7) Los Angeles Chargers, 31 (1-3) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 38 (3-1); (8) Pittsburgh Steelers (3-0) @ Tennessee Titans (3-0)- POSTPONED DUE TO THE CHI-VI; (9) Jacksonville Jaguars, 25 (1-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals, 33 (1-2-1); (10) Cleveland Browns, 49 (3-1) @ Dallas Cowboys, 38 (1-3). (11) New York Giants, 9 (0-4) @ Los Angeles Rams, 17 (3-1). (12) Indianapolis Colts, 19 (3-1) @ Chicago Bears, 11 (3-1). (13) Buffalo Bills, 30 (4-0) @ Las Vegas Raiders, 23 (2-2). Recap of Thursday Night Football: (1) Denver Broncos, 37 (1-3) @ New York Jets, 28 (0-4). Tonight’s Sunday Night Football Game: (14) Philadelphia Eagles, 25 (1-2-1) @ San Francisco 49ers, 20 (2-2).
- 2020 Sunday D: Folks, here are the numbers for the Xi Jinping Yellow Bat Flu- the -so-called Pelosi Pox: Here are the statistics for the planet as a whole: 35,011,322 confirmed cases, +293,857, 1,034,865, confirmed deaths, +4,711, and 24,364,562 confirmed recoveries, +258,448. Next, here are the stats for the United States, the intended target of the Chinese-engineered Wuhan Virus pandemic: 7,505,202 confirmed cases, up 84,413 from yesterday’s reporting, 213,056 confirmed deaths, UP 1,081, and 4,873,669 confirmed recoveries, UP 924,336. Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-the Elemental News of the Day employs chef-bloggers- California, Hawaii, and Washington- here are the stats, California first: 831,494 confirmed cases, 16,122 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next here are the numbers for Hawaii: 12,887 confirmed cases, 133 confirmed deaths, and 10,415 confirmed recoveries. Finally, here are the stats for leftist-Marxist-socialist hellhole of Washington: 93,160 confirmed cases, 2,238 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at one other state: Alaska- currently, they have 9,376 confirmed cases, 58 confirmed deaths, and 5,281 confirmed recoveries- thank you, Governor Mike J. Dunleavy. Let’s look at Israel’s numbers now that Mo is living there: 266,765 confirmed cases, 1,719 confirmed deaths, and 195,629 confirmed recoveries.
- 2020 Sunday E: As you know, we do our best to report the activities of the Chi-Coms and their bought-and-paid-for (or so we allege) flunkies of the Democratic Party. We invite you to check in throughout the day so you can keep up with the latest. We thank you…
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[i] We promoted the music of Big Brother and the Holding Company, beginning on Monday, 18-July-2011 through Tuesday, 26-July-2011. At the time, we were not farsighted enough to offer the music of Janis Joplin but hope to do so at some point in the near future when we return to promoting the music of American rock bands.
[ii] We should have shared the music of Badfinger at the time we promoted that of the Beatles but guess what? We flipping failed just as we failed to promote the music of Thunderclap Newman at the same time we did the Who. One day, we sure as heck will so please remain vigilant.
[iii] We feel bad that we did not begin promoting the music of Paul Revere and the Raiders around the time we shared the music of the Flamin’ Groovies. Well, we hope to slip them in sometime within the next 6-7 years. Please remain vigilant for the time that we do. You will be glad you did.
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