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77. TODAY IN HISTORY—THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 2021:
DAY FIFTY-EIGHT OF THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION
President Grover Cleveland; Vice President John C. Calhoun; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Henry Brockholst Livingston; U.S. Secretary of State John C. Calhoun; U.S. Secretary of War John C. Calhoun; Count Gian Galeazzo Ciano; Blues Image featuring Joe Lala, Chuck Berry, Derek and the Dominos featuring Bobby Whitlock, the Doobie Brothers featuring John Hartman, Gillan featuring Bernie Tormé, the Mamas and the Papas featuring John Phillips, Procol Harum featuring B.J. Wilson, the Rolling Stones, and Steppenwolf featuring Kent Henry:
- 37 A.D.: The Roman Senate annuls Tiberius’ will and proclaims Caligula emperor.
- 417: St. Zosimus begins his reign as Catholic Pope.
- 731 Wednesday: St. Gregory III begins his reign as Catholic Pope.
- 1229 Sunday: German Emperor Frederick II crowns himself king of Jerusalem.
- 1314 Sunday: Jacques de Molay, the 23rd and the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar meets his fate at the hands of his tormentors at the stake.
- 1438 Friday: Albrecht II von Hapsburg becomes king of Germany.
- 1532 Friday: The English Parliament forbids payments by the church to Rome.
- 1766 Tuesday: Britain repealed the Stamp Act of 1765 due to its unpopularity among the colonists in New England.
- 1782 Monday: The future seventh vice president of the United States, 1825-1832—Democrat John C. Calhoun—is born on this date in Abbeville, South Carolina. A future member of several parties, he would serve under Presidents John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson from 03-04-1825 to 12-28-1832. Calhoun would also serve his nation as its 16th U.S. secretary of state. In this capacity, he would serve under President John Tyler from 04-01-1844 to 03-10-1845. Prior to this, he served the nation as its 10th U.S. secretary of war under President James Monroe from 12-08-1817 to 03-04-1825. He then moved up the ladder to secretary of state, then, the U.S. Senate, and finally to the vice presidency.
- 1813 Thursday: David Melville patented the gas streetlamp on this date.
- 1818 Wednesday: Congress approved its first pensions for government service.
- 1823 Tuesday: In Washington, D.C., the 15th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice of the United States Henry Brockholst Livingston died. President Thomas Jefferson nominated his fellow Democratic-Republican to fill the seat of Federalist Associate Justice William Paterson. He served from 11-10-1806 to 03-18-1823.
- 1834 Tuesday: In Pennsylvania, construction workers completed work on the first railroad tunnel in the United States on today’s date.
- 1837 Saturday: The 22nd and 24th president of the United States, Grover Cleveland, a Democrat, was born in Caldwell, New Jersey.
- 1850 Monday: Henry Wells and William Fargo founded American Express on this date.
- 1865 Saturday: The Congress of the Confederate States adjourns for the last time.
- 1874 Wednesday: Hawaii signed a treaty with the United States, which granted America the right to exclusive trade.
- 1877 Sunday: President Rutherford B. Hayes appoints Frederick Douglas the marshal of Washington, D.C.
- 1881 Friday: Barnum and Bailey’s Greatest Show on Earth opened at Madison Square Garden on today’s date.
- 1882 Saturday: Opponents of the Earp family assassinate Morgan Earp while playing billiards in Tombstone, Arizona.
- 1895 Monday: 200 black Americans leave Savanah, Georgia, bound for settlement in Liberia.
- 1899 Saturday: Astronomers discovered the moon Phoebe, which orbits the planet Saturn.
- 1902 Tuesday: The government of Ottoman Turkey grants a German business firm the right to build a railway line running from Berlin through Ottoman territory to Baghdad, Iraq.
- 1903 Wednesday: France dissolved the Catholic religious orders. Meanwhile, in Livorno, Italy, future foreign minister of Fascist Italy and son-in-law of Benito Mussolini, Count Gian Galeazzo Ciano is born.
- 1909 Thursday: Einar Dessau of Denmark used a short-wave transmitter to become the first person to broadcast as a “ham” operator.
- 1910 Friday: On this date, the first opera by a U.S. composer performed at the Met in New York City.
- 1911 Saturday: Former President Theodore Roosevelt opened Roosevelt Dam in Arizona, which was the largest dam in America at that time. Elsewhere, North Dakota enacted a hail insurance law.
- 1916 Saturday: During World War I, Czarist Russia countered the Verdun assault on the Western Front with an attack at Lake Naroch on the Eastern Front, the Russians lost 100,000 men and the Germans lost 20,000 in defending against them.
- 1920 Thursday: Greece adopted the Gregorian calendar on this date.
- 1922 Saturday: British officials in India sentence Mahatmas K. Gandhi to six years in prison for civil disobedience. H
- 1925 Wednesday: The Tri-State Tornado struck southeastern Missouri, southern Illinois, and southwestern Indiana, resulting in some 700 deaths.
- 1931 Wednesday: Schick Inc. displayed the first electric shaver.
- 1937 Thursday: Some 300 people, mostly children, died in a gas explosion at the New London Consolidate School in New London, Texas.
- 1938 Friday: Mexican President Lazaro Cardenas nationalized his country’s petroleum reserves and took control of foreign-owned oil facilities. Elsewhere, New York commenced requiring serological blood tests of pregnant women.
- 1940 Monday: Benito Mussolini’s Italy joins Hitler’s Germany in its war on France and Great Britain. The meeting between the two dictators took place in the Brenner Pass.
- 1942 Wednesday: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed an executive order authorizing the World War II Relocation Authority, the governmental entity that took charge of interning Japanese Americans, with Milton S. Eisenhower (the younger brother of Dwight D. Eisenhower) as its director. Meanwhile, the third military draft in the U.S. commenced during World War II. Elsewhere, the British are preparing to launch Force 21 in another week or so, a combined force of Royal Marines, Army troops, and a small flotilla. The purpose is to sail around Africa and to invade Vichy French-controlled Madagascar so as to deny it to the Imperial Japanese.
- 1943 Thursday: Following the showing at Kasserine Pass in Tunisia, General George S. Patton leads a revamped/retrained II Corps back into the fight to rout the remnants of the Afrika Korps.
- 1944 Saturday: Due to Hungary switching sides to Stalin’s Russia, the Nazis occupy their country. There are still Hungarians willing to fight with their Nazi allies against the communists because what the communists are offering is far worse than their alliance with Germany. Meanwhile, the Red Army is also rolling into Romania on this date, another member nation of the Axis.
- 1945 Sunday: During World War II, 1,250 Allied bombers attack the Nazi capital of Berlin. On the Eastern Front, the Red Army is approaching Danzig, Poland, what today is Gdansk. German forces are fleeing to the west as the Soviets continue the fight, driving into Poland ostensibly to ‘liberate Poland’ but in truth to conquer it and to then put a communist regime in Warsaw.
- 1946 Monday: At the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials, former Luftwaffe Chief Hermann Goering is still in the witness dock. He will not accept fault for his crimes and defends the actions that he and his fellow Nazis took during the war. He’s a tough nut to crack. Goering, however, knows the score- he knows he’s destined for the hangman’s noose unless a miracle happens.
- 1947 Tuesday: Barrie “B.J.” Wilson, future drummer of the British rock group, Procol Harum[i], was born in Edmonton, London, England, on this date.
- 1948 Thursday: Future famed keyboardist, who played with Eric Clapton in Derek and the Dominos[ii], Bobby Whitlock, is born in Memphis, Tennessee, on this date. Meanwhile, the first signs of a split in the communist alliance between Josef Stalin’s Soviet Union and Tito’s Yugoslavia occurs as Russian advisors head home.
- 1949 Friday: The treaty for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, aka NATO, wins ratification in the U.S. Senate.
- 1950 Saturday: Future drummer with the rock band, the Doobie Brothers[iii]—John Hartman—is born on this date in Falls Church, Virginia.
- 1952 Tuesday: In Philadelphia, an optometrist fitted the first plastic lenses for a cataract patient. Meanwhile, guitarist with Ian Gillan’s solo band, Gillan[iv]– Bernie Tormé- is born on this date.
- 1954 Thursday: Howard Hughes—the first person ever to own a motion picture studio—bought RKO Pictures for $23 million on this date. Elsewhere, in French Indochina, after five-plus days of heavy fighting, the battle has fallen into a temporary lull. The communists are consolidating their wins while the French are trying to drive the Viet Minh back and off their main airfield. In the fighting, the French Union troops have lost three of 12 battalions although two have managed to parachute in to replace them. On the other side of the dividing line, General Giap is calling for reinforcements and fresh supplies as his losses assaulting French positions have been horribly costly. It is a horrifying battle but whoever wins it will determine control of the country.
- 1959 Wednesday: President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Hawaii statehood bill, which led to it officially becoming a state on August 21, 1959.
- 1962 Sunday: France and Algerian rebels signed the Evian Accords, a cease-fire agreement that took effect the next day ending the Algerian War.
- 1963 Monday: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Gideon v. Wainwright, ruled unanimously that state courts were required to provide legal counsel to criminal defendants who could not afford to hire an attorney on their own.
- 1965 Thursday: The first spacewalk took place as Soviet Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov went outside his Voskhod 2 capsule, secured by a tether. Meanwhile, the Rolling Stones[v] receive fines of £5 each for public urination.
- 1967 Saturday: “Penny Lane,” by the Beatles[vi] hits #1 on the pop music charts. Combined with “Strawberry Fields Forever,” these two tunes became massive sellers. Both would eventually end up on the “Magical Mystery Tour” album’s B-Side.
- 1970 Wednesday: For the first time in U.S. history, the USPS postal union calls for a strike.
- 1974 Monday: Most OPEC members end the oil embargo against the United States, an embargo caused by the U.S. support for Israel in the Yom Kippur War.
- 1977 Friday: The United States restricts travel of its citizens to the following nations: Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
- 1981 Wednesday: In the NHL, the Buffalo Sabres set a record of 9 goals in one period against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
- 1986 Tuesday: The U.S. Treasury Department announced that it would begin weaving a clear, polyester thread into bills to thwart counterfeiters.
- 1990 Sunday: The first free elections took place in East Germany. Meanwhile, art thieves stole 13 paintings from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Since art experts valued the paintings at a whopping $100 million, the heist became the largest art robbery in history.
- 1991 Monday: In the seventh round of their heavyweight match, Mike Tyson beats Donovan “Razor Ruddock. Billed as the “Fight of the Year,” this bout pitted two hard-punching boxers against one another. However, the judges threw the fight to Tyson by awarding him with a TKO victory. Once given the victory, Ruddock’s corner stormed into the ring and went after the referee which caused Tyson’s corner to enter the ring and a brief melee ensued.
- 1992 Wednesday: Famed Disco queen Donna Summer gets a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
- 1995 Saturday: Michael Jordan announces he is ending his 17-month retirement from the NBA.
- 1996 Monday: In the Philippines city of Quezon, a massive nightclub fire claims the lives of at least 162 people and injures scores of others.
- 2000 Saturday: in the Republic of China (Nationalist China) aka Taiwan- Chen Shui-bian wins the presidential election. Taiwan is a free democracy living in the shadow of a communist giant who will resort to any act no matter how criminal to force Taiwan to become part of the People’s Republic of China.
- 2001 Sunday: Founding member and guiding light of the Mamas and the Papas[vii]—John Phillips—died from heart failure on this date in Los Angeles, California. He was age 65.
- 2002 Monday: The Ramones are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on this date. Meanwhile, the initial invasion of Afghanistan is over. Operation Anaconda saw to the killing of loads of Taliban and Al-Qaida garbage. The hunt for Osama bin Laden is on.
- 2003 Tuesday: Tomorrow is the jumping off point for the invasion of Iraq. Hundreds of millions of people across the world are praying the world will not go to war but to war the United States would go, all because the Military-Industrial-Political Complex will rake in tens of billions of dollars in war materials, conquered territory, and regime change. President George W. Bush, PLEASE- don’t do this. We beg you. Meanwhile, the foreign ministry in Iraq labels President Bush a ‘war criminal’ before the war is even under way.
- 2004 Thursday: Howard Dean announces he is going to form a far-left organization of people of like mind, the progressive Democracy for America group. This guy’s a nut. Meanwhile, the U.S. House of Representatives votes to double the bounty atop the head of wanted international terrorist, Osama bin Laden. Find the POS and kill him.
- 2005 Friday: Doctors in Florida, acting on the orders of a state judge, removed Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube. Despite the efforts of congressional Republicans to intervene and repeated court appeals by the parents of Schiavo, the brain-damaged woman died on March 31, 2005, at age 41.
- 2006 Saturday: Following a U.N. Security Council vote just days before authorizing any naval force encountering pirates off the coast of East Africa to engage, a U.S. Naval squadron encounters Somali pirates and lights them up killing at least 1, wounding others, and taking 12 prisoners. Excellent action. Pirates must be eliminated from the high seas. Elsewhere, Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine are fighting one another as they try to form a unified cabinet.
- 2007 Sunday: The war in Iraq continues killing people and destroying property. A bomb goes off in Baghdad killing at least 11 people and wounding God knows how many others. Elsewhere, French crime writer Cesare Battisti is arrested in Brazil. Apparently, his home country’s courts in Italy convicted him in absentia of two murders back in the 1970s. The Italian police were finally able to capture the rogue and extradict him back to Rome to face justice.
- 2008 Tuesday: You know it’s an election year when loads of limp-wristed sissies turn out to protest the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Look, we agree, NO one wanted George W. Bush to invade Iraq but the more we think about it, the more it appears that the Deep State aka the Military-Industrial-Political Complex egged him on to do it because industrialists and corporatists can only make money when bombs are dropping on Middle Eastern and other Third World targets and blood is being shed for oil. When we don’t even get the oil, it’s even worse. Fricking Dick Cheney! Meanwhile, Senator Barack Hussein Obama, D-IL, does his best to distance himself from the insane comments made by his ‘former’ Reverend Jeremiah “Chickens Have Come Home to Roost” Wright in whose church Senator and Mrs. Obama sat for 20 years.
- 2009 Wednesday: Kent Henry, former guitarist with Blues Image and Steppenwolf[viii] died at age 60 from the effects of Alzheimer’s disease in Portland, Oregon. Meanwhile, the Fed announces its plan to buy up to $1.2 trillion in bonds and securities with which it hopes to stabilize a damaged economy. Meanwhile, as an uproar continues over the bonuses AIG plans to give to its board members and CEO, AIG announces that the recipients will return ‘half of their bonuses’ to the government. Get them and get the hell out of town.
- 2010 Thursday: In anticipation of passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act- the PPACA, aka the ACA, aka Obamacare- the White House delays an overseas trip so President Barack Obama can sign the bill when it reaches his desk. The Democrats expect to have the 216 votes with which to pass this monstrosity that will destroy the American healthcare system for generations to come, lead to lower-quality healthcare, and create ‘Death Panels’ with which government bureaucrats will eliminate what the Nazis called, “Useless eaters,” people who took more resources to stay alive than they gave back to society. We hope it won’t pass.
- 2011 Friday: After the United States, Britain, and France authorized a No-Fly Zone over Libya, Libyan authorities announced that it would call for a ceasefire, which it immediately violated by killing 25 civilians in Misrata. Meanwhile, the MESSENGER spacecraft goes into orbit around the planet Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun.
- 2012 Sunday: Armed rebels are running amok in Damascus, Syria. Following a massive car bomb blowing up part of the city, raging gun battles break out in the streets leading to at least 27 dead and countless others injured. Meanwhile, the U.S. military identifies the shooter of 16 Afghan civilians as U.S. Army Sgt. Robert Bales. Currently, he is being held in solitary confinement at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Afghan President Hamid Karzai is screeching about ‘multiple shooters killing the 16 which included 9 children’ but no evidence supporting those allegations is found. Sgt. Bales enlisted in the military following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and had served multiple tours fighting terrorists.
- 2013 Monday: At Kano, Nigeria, an explosion at a bus park claims the lives of 25 people and injures numerous others. Meanwhile, an explosion erupts claiming the lives of 10 people and injures 20 others as a car bomb goes off in Mogadishu, Somalia.
- 2014 Tuesday: President Obama awards 24 Medals of Honor to veterans originally overlooked due to ethnic or racial bias. Elsewhere, in the U.S., today’s Mega Millions multistate lottery drawing has two winning tickets; the $400 million jackpot is the third largest in the game’s history. Elsewhere in Washington, D.C., the U.S. government shutters the Syrian Embassy and sends its diplomats home to Damascus. Meanwhile, founding member of Blues Image[ix] as well as performer with other bands—drummer/percussionist Joe Lala—died on this date in his home town of Tampa, Florida, at age 66 from lung cancer. Finally, famed NBA coach Phil Jackson signs a five-year contract to become the president of the New York Knicks. Oh, well.
- 2015 Wednesday: Although election consultants sent by President Barack Obama to help the opposition to Israeli leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, worked hard and spent millions to beat the prime minister, Netanyahu and his Likud Party retain power. Mr. Netanyahu set out to form a new coalition government. Elsewhere, violence breaks out in Frankfurt, Germany, during a massive protest against austerity measures proposed by Berlin.
- 2016 Friday: American actor Joe Santos of Rockford Files fame dies at age 84. Elsewhere, following imposition of new sanctions on North Korea, South Korea reports that its northern neighbor fired off two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. Meanwhile, European Union leaders are trying to bribe Turkey to do something about halting the ongoing flow of Muslim ‘refugees’ from the Middle East, Central Asia, and other parts of the region through their country and into Europe. Something has got to give.
- 2017 Saturday: The founder of rock-and-roll—the great Chuck Berry[x]—died from natural causes at the age of 90 in Wentzville, Missouri. Meanwhile, as Iraqi military forces begin assaulting ISIS positions in western Mosul, tens of thousands of civilians try to flee through the battle lines. The Iraqis have to sort out civilian from terrorist, it’s an onerous process but a necessary one.
- 2018 Sunday: In a ‘shock of shocks’ (yeah, right), Russian thug president and oligarch Vladimir Putin wins his fourth term with 76-percent of the vote. Meanwhile, Sri Lanka ends the state of emergency it declared on March 06, 2018, after anti-Muslim riots got out of hand.
- 2019 Monday: According to the U.S. National Weather Service, historic, catastrophic flooding occurs as parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and South Dakota find themselves battling floodwaters. Of course, this is a SIGN of ‘Climate Change.’ Ooh, la-la. Elsewhere, New Zealand mourns the loss of people killed in the recent mosque shootings, urging the populace to show compassion for the Muslim population. Meanwhile, in Utrecht, Netherlands, a jihadist seeking revenge for the mosque shootings in New Zealand opens fire on a train, killing three people and wounding others. The police finally track the POS down and discover that he is a Turkish immigrant. Bring out the old guillotine.
- 2020 Wednesday: As of today, there are 214,894 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the “Wuhan Virus,” the one the Peoples’ Republic of China dumped on the world. Currently, we have 8,732 confirmed deaths with 83,313 recoveries. China continues leading the death toll with 3,122 followed by Italy with 2,978 and then Iran with 1,135 deaths. After them, Spain acknowledges 623 deaths followed by France with 148, then South Korea with 84, the United Kingdom with 71, then the Netherlands with 58, and the U.S. with 55 deaths. Meanwhile, after getting his butt clobbered in the previous day’s presidential primaries, Sen. Bernie Sanders announces the suspension of his presidential run. Thus, Joe Biden is the de facto winner of the nomination which means, who will contest him at the convention or even before? Will it be moronic Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York who seems to be on TV every flipping day acting as though he is the ‘shadow president’ or will it be Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama? Possibly, since Democrats OWE Donald Trump at least three years, perhaps the president should postpone elections until November 2024? On Wall Street, the DOW Jones Industrial Average closes at 19,898.92, a drop of 1,338.46 or -6.30%. The S & P closes at 2,398.10, a drop of 131.09 or -5.18. Finally, the NASDAQ closes at 6,989.84, a drop of 344.94 or -4.70%.
- 2021 Thursday: DAY 58 of the Biden Regime. No one knows what this decrepit old fool is up to nor do we know what his masters in Beijing are up to either. Stick around and find out along with us. You will be glad you did.
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The archivists of UFO at the band’s original label got a superb idea and released the first three albums compiled on two CDs- all remastered of course- entitled, “Flying- the Early Years 1970-1973” (August 31, 2004). Back in the day, the band featured Phil Mogg (vocals), Mick Bolton (guitars), Pete Way (bass), and Andy Parker (drums and percussion) and you get the first three albums- “UFO 1,” “UFO 2- Flying,” and “Live.” IF you have yet to introduce yourself to this phenomenal band, folks, this is a wonderful way in which you and your ears can get into the groove. Granted, at Amazon the CD sells for around $50 but what the f**k? When it comes to rock music, only buy the best and friends, UFO is among the top 20 greatest British rock band
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TODAY IN HISTORY, THURSDAY MARCH 18, 2021
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Thursday, March 18, 2021:
[i] We began promoting the music of both Procol Harum and Robin Trower along with Gary Brooker beginning on Monday, 16-March-2015 through Sunday, 31-May-2015. We hope you will seek them out and consider adding them to your growing music collection.
[ii] We began offering music by the supergroup Cream on Friday, 17-January-2014 through Monday, 03-February-2014. Please seek out their albums by visiting posts on those corresponding dates. You will be glad you did. Sadly, at the time, we also should have presented the solo catalogs of Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and Ginger Baker. When we do, Derek and the Dominoes will be among them. We hope to do so at some point within the next decade or so.
[iii] We hope to promote the music of the Doobie Brothers sometime before 2030. We hope you will remain vigilant.
[iv] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018. Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands. All are fabulous.
[v] 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
[vi] We began promoting the music of both the Beatles and the band’s individual components on Friday, 04-November-2016 through Sunday, 11-June-2018. Besides the Beatles, we also promoted the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison as well as the Traveling Wilburys.
[vii] At some point, we will do the music of the Mamas and the Papas the same time we do the music of Sonny & Cher. We hope you will continue awaiting that glorious day.
[viii] We promoted the music of Steppenwolf, beginning on Friday, 25-May-2012 through Sunday, 17-June-2012. You definitely need to check the music of this iconic band out ASAP.
[ix] Not sure when we will do the music of Blues Image but when we do, you will be the first to know.
[x] We look forward to promoting the music of Chuck Berry in its entirety but are not sure as to when. Stay tuned.
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