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76. TODAY IN HISTORY—WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021:
DAY FIFTY-SEVEN OF THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION
St. Patrick’s Day / Evacuation Day (Massachusetts)
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Pierce Butler and John Marshall Harlan II; U.S. Attorneys-General Roger B. Taney, William Pinkney, and Nathan Clifford; U.S. Secretary of State Hamilton Fish; U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Roger B. Taney; .38 Special featuring Ken Lyons, Family featuring Ric Grech, the Jeff Beck Group featuring Tony Newman, the Jefferson Airplane featuring Paul Kantner, the Lovin’ Spoonful featuring John Sebastian, the Rolling Stones featuring Mick Jagger, Thin Lizzy featuring Scott Gorham, and WAR featuring Harold Ray Brown:
- 45 B.C.: In his last victory, Julius Caesar defeats the Pompeian forces of Titus Labienus and Pompey the Younger at the Battle of Munda. In the war in Gaul, Labienus had been a close ally of Caesar, commanding his cavalry forces in some of the fiercest battles fought in the ancient world. He would later ally himself against his friend Caesar but things would not turn out well for him.
- 432 Wednesday: Kidnappers seize St. Patrick, a Roman Catholic Bishop, and take him against his will to serve as a slave in Britain.
- 445 Friday: Roman senator Petronius Maximus becomes Emperor.
- 461 Thursday: (or 493 A.D. depending upon the source) St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, died in Saul.
- 1190 Saturday: Having commenced the slaughter of the Jewish inhabitants of York the previous day, Crusaders bound for the Middle East from England, complete their massacre of the hapless Jews.
- 1756 Wednesday: At the Crown and Thistle Tavern in New York City, patrons celebrate St. Patrick’s Day for the first time in the American Colonies.
- 1762 Wednesday: New York City’s first St. Patrick Day’s parade took place.
- 1764 Saturday: The 7th U.S. Attorney General William Pinkney is born in Annapolis, Maryland, on this date. A future Democratic-Republican, he would serve under President James Madison from 12-11-1811 to 02-09-1814.
- 1766 Monday: Britain repealed the Stamp Act that had caused resentment in the North American colonies.
- 1776 Sunday: During the Revolutionary War, British troops evacuate Boston and regroup in Nova Scotia.
- 1777 Monday: In Calvert County, Maryland, future 24th over all and 5th chief justice of the United States Supreme Court Roger B. Taney is born in Calvert County, Maryland, on this date. President Andrew Jackson would nominate his fellow Federalist-turned-Democrat to fill the seat of Chief Justice John Marshall. Taney would serve from 03-28-1836 to 10-12-1864. Prior to serving on the high court, he served the nation as its 11th attorney general. In this position, he served under President Andrew Jackson from 07-20-1831 to 11-14-1833 then became 12th U.S. Treasury Secretary and then 5th U.S. Supreme Court chief justice. As secretary of the U.S. Treasury, Taney served from 09-23-1833 to 06-25-1834.
- 1800 Monday: The English warship, HMS Queen Charlotte, catches fire resulting in the deaths of 700-plus sailors.
- 1836 Thursday: Texas legalizes slavery on this date via its constitution. The Constitution forbade any owner emancipating his slaves without consent of the Congress as well as prohibiting any stoppage of the slave trade within its borders.
- 1848 Friday: The 19th U.S. Attorney General Nathan Clifford left office on this date. A Democrat, he served under President James K. Polk from October 17, 1846 until today.
- 1866 Saturday: In Dakota County, Maryland, future 71st U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Pierce Butler is born. President Warren G. Harding would nominate the Democrat to fill the seat of Republican Associate Justice William R. Day. Butler served from 12-21-1922 to 11-16-1939.
- 1869 Wednesday: The 26th U.S. Secretary of State Hamilton Fish assumed his office on this date. A Whig and then a Republican, Fish served under President Ulysses S. Grant from today until March 12, 1877.
- 1871 Friday: Organizers form the National Association of Professional Baseball players.
- 1884 Monday: In Otay, California, John Joseph Montgomery made the first-manned, controlled, heavier-than-air glider flight in the United States.
- 1886 Wednesday: The Carrollton Massacre occurs in Mississippi as the citizens of the town murder 20 blacks.
- 1898 Thursday: John Philip Holland achieves successful test runs of the first modern submarine off Staten Island.
- 1901 Sunday: A showing of 71 Vincent van Gogh paintings in Paris, France, 11 years after the death of the artist, creates a sensation.
- 1906 Saturday: President Theodore Roosevelt first likened crusading journalists to a man with “the muckrake in his hand” in a speech to the Gridiron Club in Washington, D.C.
- 1912 Sunday: The Campfire Girls Organization underwent incorporation in Washington, D.C.; two years to the day after the first chapter underwent founding in Thetford, Vermont. In modern times, we now know the group as Camp Fire U.S.A.
- 1917 Saturday: The first bowling tournament exclusively for women in the United States commenced on this date in St. Louis, Mo. Nearly 100 women participated in the event.
- 1924 Monday: The USSR and Sweden establish diplomatic relations with one another’s governments.
- 1926 Wednesday: In the League of Nations, Spain, and Brazil vote against Germany from joining their organization.
- 1930 Monday: Construction commenced on the Empire State Building.
- 1931 Tuesday: Soviet dictator Josef Stalin expels Krupskaya Lenin from the Central Committee of the Communist Party.
- 1936 Tuesday: Pittsburgh’s Great St. Patrick’s Day Flood began as the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers, swollen by rain and melted snow, started exceeding flood stage; the high water was blamed for more than 60 deaths.
- 1938 Thursday: During the Spanish Civil War, Italian Fascist warplanes fighting with the Nationalists to crush the Republican forces who are backed by the Soviet Union- launch a major raid on the city of Barcelona. Glimpses of what’s to come in another 18 months or so when war breaks out across Europe are visible here: death from above on a large scale.
- 1941 Monday: Paul Kantner, future guitarist, and vocalist with the Jefferson Airplane/Starship[i], is born on this date in San Francisco, California. Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., President Franklin Delano Roosevelt officially opened the National Gallery of Art. Elsewhere, the Battle for the Atlantic continues to rage as German wolfpacks scour the ocean seeking out ships bringing supplies to Great Britain.
- 1942 Tuesday: With the arrival of 30,000 Jews from Lublin, Poland, the Belzec Concentration Camp opens for business. Meanwhile, General Douglas MacArthur arrives in Australia to become supreme commander of all Allied forces in the Pacific Theater during World War II. His first goal is to return to the Philippines and liberate them but many battles will have to be fought before he can honor his pledge.
- 1943 Wednesday: Future drummer with the Jeff Beck Group[ii]—Tony Newman—is born in Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom, on this date. Elsewhere, the Battle of the Atlantic continues as German U-Boats continue using blind spots to devastate convoys crisscrossing the Atlantic to and from Great Britain. The U-Boats also seek to cut supplies off to the Soviet Union but are having less success.
- 1944 Friday: John B. Sebastian, future guitarist/vocalist/harmonica player and songwriter with the Lovin’ Spoonful[iii], was born on this date in Greenwich Village, NYC. Elsewhere, during World War II as the Soviets continue fighting their way to Germany, Allied warplanes are flying major missions into Austria, attacking the capital of Vienna. The great city and a favorite of German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler suffers serious damage.
- 1945 Saturday: With the Japanese island of Iwo Jima all but secure, U.S. troops are now seeking out Imperial Japanese holdouts clinging to caves, bunkers, and other territory. Most of the Japanese who fought to defend the island are dead but there are still enough remaining to make inattention by U.S. soldiers lethal.
- 1946 Sunday: Future drummer for the Los Angeles-based fun-rock-soul-jazz band, WAR[iv]—Harold Ray Brown—is born on this date in Long Beach, California. Elsewhere- in the aftermath of World War II- the Nuremburg Trials of Nazi leaders continues with Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering- former chief of the Luftwaffe- on the stand. He is a scrapper who won’t allow the Allied judges to badger him. Still, we all know how this is going to end for this unrepentant Nazi. Other Nazis in the box look up to him. He is showing them the way.
- 1950 Friday: Scientists at the University of California at Berkeley announced they had created a new radioactive element, “californium,” aka element 98.
- 1951 Saturday: In Glendale, California, future guitarist/backing vocalist with Thin Lizzy[v] from 1974-1983- Scott Gorham- is born.
- 1953 Tuesday: Future bassist with the Southern rock band, .38 Special[vi] 1974-1977—Ken Lyons—is born in Jacksonville, Florida, on this date.
- 1954 Wednesday: the fighting at the massive French base Dien Bien Phu has been fierce. Several French positions have been captured and savage counterattacks have been launched to reclaim some of them each morning. When the French visit some of the outlying bases to bring in ammo and carry out the wounded, they see a carpet of dead and dying Viet Minh. However, the wounded they bring back to camp from the outlying strongpoints cannot be evacuated by air because every time aircraft come in to pick them up and take them back to Hanoi for treatment, the People’s Army begin bombing the airstrip and covering the sky with AA fire. The communists want their foes to suffer.
- 1955 Thursday: The 89th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John Marshall Harlan II assumed his position on the nation’s high court on this date. A Republican, President Dwight D. Eisenhower nominated Harlan to fill the seat of Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson’s seat. He served from today until September 23, 1971.
- 1958 Monday: The U.S. Navy launched the Vanguard 1 satellite.
- 1959 Tuesday: The Dalai Lama flees Tibet in the advance of Chinese troops to take refuge in neighboring India. The Chi-Coms claim that Tibet is their territory in the same way they claim Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. The U.S. should have nuked the Chi-Coms long ago when we had the opportunity; it’s a shame we failed to do what had to be done.
- 1960 Thursday: President Dwight D. Eisenhower forms an anti-Fidel Castro-exile army under the auspices of the CIA. Communists in Cuba is not good and it’s clear that the U.S. failed to nip this one in the bud. Soon, the Soviets will be building military bases on the island. Not good.
- 1963 Sunday: Pope John XXIII beatified Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, an American. Twelve years later, Pope Paul VI canonized her.
- 1966 Thursday: A U.S. midget submarine located a missing hydrogen bomb, which had fallen from an American bomber into the Mediterranean off the coast of Spain.
- 1968 Sunday: A peaceful anti-Vietnam War protest in London was followed by a riot outside the U.S. Embassy; more than 200 people underwent arrest and over 80 people were arrested. Why the Brits are crying is unclear; we supported them in their endeavors to crush the communists in Malaysia post-World War II just as we gave aid to the French fighting in Indochina. Ingrates.
- 1969 Monday: Golda Meir becomes the fourth prime minister of Israel. This woman would become a major wartime leader, devastating one Arab army after another.
- 1970 Tuesday: The United States cast its first veto in the U.N. Security Council by killing a resolution that would have condemned Britain for failure to use force to overthrow the white-ruled government of Rhodesia. Elsewhere, the U.S. Army charged 14 officers with suppression of facts in the My Lai massacre case.
- 1972 Friday: To achieve desegregation, President Richard M. Nixon asked Congress to halt bussing. NO one liked busing, not whites, not blacks, NO ONE.
- 1973 Saturday: In a Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph by Slava Veder of the Associated Press that captured the family on the tarmac at Travis Air Force Base in California as they joyously greeted U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Robert L. Stirm, a freed prisoner of the Vietnam War.
- 1976 Wednesday: The U.S. military conducts nuclear tests at the Nevada Test Site. We must keep the arsenal up to date.
- 1985 Sunday: President Ronald Reagan agreed to a joint study with Canada on acid rain.
- 1988 Thursday: Avianca Flight 410, a Boeing 727, crashed after takeoff into a mountain in Colombia, killing all 143 people aboard it. Meanwhile, Iran claims that Iraq has used poison gas in the Iran-Iraq War.
- 1989 Friday: A series of solar flares caused a violent magnetic storm that caused power outages over large regions of Canada.
- 1990 Saturday: Famed English bassist, Ric Grech who played with Family[vii], Blind Faith[viii], and other UK bands, died due to alcoholism on this date in Leicester, UK. He was just 44 years-old.
- 1992 Tuesday: White South Africans approved constitutional reforms to give legal equality to blacks.
- 1993 Wednesday: Helen Hayes, the “First Lady of the American Theater,” died in Nyack, New York, at age 92.
- 2000: In Uganda, a mass holocaust to rival that of the Reverend Jim Jones occurs in the country as 800-plus people die. The Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God is deemed a mass murder and suicide, one orchestrated by leaders of the cult. Ugandan law enforcement believe that the five main leaders of the group died in the fire that took the lives of many but then came to expect that at least one of them was in the wind- with the movement’s wealth.
- 2001 Saturday: OPEC announces major cuts in production, effective April 1- 4% or one million barrels per day. Of course nations dependent upon this oil output are flabbergasted as gasoline prices will go UP.
- 2002 Sunday: In the Afghanistan invasion, Operation Anaconda comes to an end after going on for nearly two weeks. At the cost of 11 U.S. casualties, at least 500 Taliban and al-Qaida scum have been whacked.
- 2003 Monday: Edging to the brink of war, President George W. Bush gave Saddam Hussein 48 hours to leave his country. However, Iraq rejected Bush’s ultimatum, saying that a U.S. attack to force Saddam from power would be a “grave mistake.”
- 2004 Wednesday: NASA’s Messenger became the first spacecraft to enter orbit around Mercury. The probe took more than 270,000 pictures before it crashed into the surface of the planet on April 30, 2015. Elsewhere, guests at the Mount Lebanon Hotel in Baghdad got more than they planned on when a car bomb piloted by some jihadists crashed into the place, blowing it sky-high. In the blast, 17 were killed outright while another 45 or more suffered varying injuries. Once again, the so-called ‘religion of peace’- Islam is to blame.
- 2005 Thursday: The People’s Republic of China frees Uighur Muslim dissident and businesswoman Rebiya Kadeer on medical parole. They probably decided that if they tortured this woman any longer, her heart would give out so the Chi-Coms most likely bowed to Western pressure. Kadeer became a millionaire through her real estate holdings so it’s clear the Chi-Coms wanted to shake her down.
- 2006 Friday: Federal regulators reported the deaths of two women in addition to four others who had taken the abortion pill RU-486; Planned Parenthood- the notorious ‘baby chop shop’- said it would immediately stop disregarding the approved instructions for the use of the murderous drug. Elsewhere, fashion designed Oleg Cassini died on Long Island, NY, at age 92.
- 2007 Saturday: Australian Prime Minister John Howard announces that Australia will keep its troops in Iraq until the Iraqi government is able to maintain order. In other truly fascinating news, heavy metal band Iron Maiden[ix] becomes the first heavy metal band to tour India. How about that?
- 2008 Monday: Senator Barack Obama goes to the microphones in Philadelphia to give a speech on race. He is trying to tamp down concerns that he might be a racist. No, not ‘our Obama.’ In other news, the Democratic Party of Florida abandons a plan to demand all mail-in ballots for the Democratic Primary Election. Elsewhere, the Fed is blasted for choosing to bail out banks but not homeowners. The housing crisis continues to worsen.
- 2009 Tuesday: Upset continues to grow over AIG executives going to get bonuses so the Democrat-controlled Congress is threatening to pass a bill by which they can slap hefty taxes on these bonuses. Other companies that have gotten bailouts like Citigroup and Morgan Stanley are seeking ways they can hand out bonuses to their executives without everyone and his or her brother knowing. They are trying to get in before the Congress can come after them.
- 2010 Wednesday: as the Obama administration continues trying to drum up votes with which to pass the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka the PPACA, aka the ACA, aka “Obamacare,” the White House gets a ‘win’ when two Democratic congressmen opposed to the bill for various reasons change their minds and will vote for it. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio and Dan Kildee of Michigan announce they are ‘yes votes.’ Oh, good, we can hardly wait.
- 2011 Thursday: St. Patrick’s Day parades are now a worldwide event. Meanwhile, Libya claims it will end fighting on Sunday for the jihadists to turn themselves in to the government. Elsewhere, in a recent drone strike in Pakistan, the CIA blasts 40 Pakistani civilians to kingdom come and wounds God knows how many others. WTF are you doing, President Obama? Meanwhile, the Republican-controlled House passes a bill with which to defund the left-wing NPR.
- 2012 Saturday: Despite being under house arrest in Great Britain, Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, announces he will seek a seat in the senate of Australia. Meanwhile, ISIS thugs in Damascus, Syria, attack two government offices killing several government employees and wounding others. Elsewhere, we learn that Saudi Arabia is sending weapons to anti-Assad forces in Syria.
- 2013 Sunday: Two members of Steubenville, Ohio’s celebrated high school football team were found guilty of raping a drunken 16-year-old girl and sentenced to at least a year in juvenile prison in a case that rocked the Rust Belt city of 18,000. Elsewhere, the citizens of Wardak, Afghanistan, launch a large rally demanding ALL U.S. forces pull out of their country after numerous mishaps, drone strikes, and other problems.
- 2014 Monday: L’ Wren Scott, the 49-year-old model, designer, and longtime girlfriend of Rolling Stone[x] Mick Jagger is discovered dead in her apartment, a mystery to this day. In other news, Russian President Vladimir Putin recognized Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula as an “independent and sovereign country,” ignoring sanctions imposed by President Barack Hussein Obama of the United States and various European countries.
- 2016 Thursday: Following the U.S. placing new sanctions on the ever-belligerent North Koreans over their nuclear weapons and missile programs, the People’s Republic of China inserts itself between their allies, the North Koreans, and their foes, the U.S. by opposing the unilateral actions of President Barack Hussein Obama.
- 2017 Friday: Donna Brazile, former head of the DNC, admits she gave Hillary Clinton copies of debate questions ahead of her debate with now-President Donald J. Trump. Elsewhere, in the Yemeni civil war, a U.S. Apache helicopter piloted by unknown individuals opens fire on a Somali refugee boat off the coast of the war-torn country killing at least 40 refugees and injuring another 35. NO one knows who committed this dastardly act.
- 2018 Saturday: The National People’s Congress appoints Wang Qishan as vice president on this date. In Iran, a close ally of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his former vice president is arrested for criticizing the Iranian judiciary. No room for criticism in that country.
- 2019 Sunday: After tropical cyclone Idai roars through eastern Zimbabwe killing at least 259 people, the government declares a state of emergency. Meanwhile, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announces she is running for president. Wow.
- 2020 Tuesday: Much to the horror of New England Patriots fans, quarterback Tom Brady announces that after 20 years with the team, he is leaving the team to pursue opportunities with other teams. COVID-19 update: as of today, there are 197,802 known cases of the virus what with 7,955 deaths and 81,691 recoveries. Of course, the birthplace of the Wuhan Virus- communist China- leads the pack with 80,881 cases with Italy in second place what with 31,506 cases, and the Islamo-fascist republic of Iran in third place with 16,169 cases. The United States is in eighth place with 6,223 cases with West Virginia being the ONLY state sans any reported cases. Meanwhile, young people continue flocking to beaches across the country to celebrate Spring Break. What a bunch of losers as many food service establishments across the country are shuttering their doors and sending employees home like many of us chef-authors here have done.
- 2020 Tuesday A: In the three presidential primaries held today, candidate Joe Biden beat the hell out of his opponent Bernie Sanders winning Arizona, Florida, and Illinois. Ohio postponed its primary until later in the year out of fear of the COVID-19 virus, aka the Wuhan Virus, the one the Chinese gave the world. Meanwhile, speaking of the Hubei Hooey, Pfizer and Biontech sign deals to develop a vaccine for the Chi-Com Virus, the Chi-Vi, the ‘VID. People do not believe it is possible but with President Donald J. Trump’s backing, anything is possible (although the Democrats will never admit it).
- 2021 Wednesday: DAY 57 of the Biden Regime. What is this fossilized piece of wood and his Chi-Com masters up to today? Stick around and discover the truth along with us. We all want the same answers…
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[i] We promoted the music of the Jefferson Airplane, the Jefferson Starship, Starship, and of the various bands’ members beginning on Tuesday, 05-April-2011 through Sunday, 22-May-2011. Please look for them and enjoy.
[ii] We promoted the music of a group of interconnected venerable British rock bands as part of a series of interconnected bands beginning on Tuesday, 22-April-2014 through Tuesday, 01-July-2014. This included the Small Faces, Faces, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, Jeff Beck, Steve Marriott, Humble Pie, and other interconnected parts. We hope you will seek them out and consider adding them to your collection.
[iii] We shared the music of the Lovin’ Spoonful with the readership beginning on Saturday, 14-September-2013 through Tuesday, 24-September-2013. At the time, we made the oversight of not sharing the music of John B. Sebastian with the readership so we do hope we come back around to promoting him sometime in the next 15 years or so.
[iv] We began presenting the music of the Animals, of Eric Burdon and the Animals, of Eric Burdon, Eric Burdon and War, and War beginning on Monday, 08-June-2015 and the presentation ran through Sunday, 02-August-2015. We hope you will seek them out and consider making them a part of your listening pleasure.
[v] We look forward to promoting the music of Thin Lizzy when we promote the music of U2, sometime within the next 4-5 years. We hope you will be with us when we do.
[vi] We hope to share the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd sometime in the next decade. At least by 2029 so please stay tuned for further news. This would include the music of .38-Special, too.
[vii] The music of this famed British band, Family as well as the spin-off group, Streetwalkers, appeared on Tuesday, 08-October-2013 through Thursday, 31-October-2013. Sadly, at the time, we failed to promote the music of both Axis Point as well as Roger Chapman’s solo catalog so we hope to correct those mistakes sometime within the next five years.
[viii] We began promoting the music of not only Traffic but also the Spencer Davis Group, Steve Winwood, Chris Wood, Jim Capaldi, and Dave Mason. The presentation commenced on Monday, 30-November-2015 through Sunday, 20-March-2016. This offering also included Blind Faith. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.
[ix] If we are still here in 20 years, we most likely will be doing Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Poison, and all the rest of the crazy bands but you can bet we will never do the music of Maroon Five.
[x] We shared the music of the Stones beginning Tuesday, 22-March-2016 through Sunday, 28-August-2016. This included the members’ solo projects. We sure as heck hope you check out the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richard, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Mick Taylor. Ronnie Wood you can find during the presentation of the Faces.
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