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119. TODAY IN HISTORY—THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 2021:
DAY ONE-HUNDRED OF THE BIDEN REGIME
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth; U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow; Atlanta Rhythm Section featuring Paul Goddard, the Grass Roots featuring Joel Larson, Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson, Jeff Beck Group featuring Mickey Waller, and the Outlaws featuring Willie Nelson:
- 1429 Wednesday: Joan of Arc entered the besieged city of Orleans to lead a French victory over the English.
- 1522 Saturday: Emperor Charles V names Franz van Holly inquisitor-general of Netherlands.
- 1550 Saturday: Emperor Charles V gives inquisitors additional authority.
- 1623 Saturday: Eleven Dutch ships depart for the conquest of Peru.
- 1661 Friday: The Ming Dynasty of China occupies the island of Taiwan.
- 1706 Thursday: Emperor Josef I becomes monarch of Cologne/Bavaria.
- 1707 Friday: English/Scottish parliament accepts the Act of Union, form Great Britain.
- 1745 Thursday: The future 3rd Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), Oliver Ellsworth, is born in Windsor, CT, British North America. A Federalist, President George Washington nominated to fill the seat of John Rutledge. He served from 03-08-1796 to 12-15-1800.
- 1781 Sunday: A French fleet stopped Britain from seizing the Cape of Good Hope.
- 1813 Thursday: Rubber is first patented on this date.
- 1845 Tuesday: Macon B. Allen and Robert Morris, Jr., 1st blacks to open law practice.
- 1852 Thursday: The first edition of Peter Roget’s Thesaurus underwent publication on this date.
- 1861 Monday: The Maryland House of Delegates voted 53-13 against seceding from the Union. Meanwhile, in Montgomery, Alabama, President Jefferson Davis asked the Confederate Congress for the authority to wage war.
- 1862 Tuesday: During the American Civil War, the Federals take the city of New Orleans from Rebel forces.
- 1879 Tuesday: For the first time in history, the City of Cleveland used electric arc lights.
- 1902 Tuesday: Congress extends the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 prohibiting the immigration of Chinese laborers from territories to the mainland. Congress aimed the rule at Chinese living in the Philippines.
- 1913 Tuesday: Swedish-born engineer Gideon Sundback of Hoboken, New Jersey, received a U.S. patent for a “separate fastener”—later known as the “zipper.”
- 1916 Saturday: Irish nationalists set fire to the British post office in Dublin, Ireland.
- 1918 Monday: Tris Speaker ties career record for an outfielder of four unassisted double plays. Meanwhile on the Western Front in World War I, the German offensive ends.
- 1933 Saturday: Famed country musician Willie Nelson[i] is born on this date in Abbott, Texas.
- 1940 Monday: Norwegian King Haakon and his government flee to England on this date to avoid the invading Nazis taking the country’s gold reserves with them.
- 1941 Tuesday: The Iraqis are ready to boot the British out of their country and to side with the Nazis. However, they should have acted sooner because the Brits are rushing in reinforcements to the southern port of Basra. Elsewhere, the Allies continue rolling up the Fascist Italians in Ethiopia.
- 1942 Wednesday: Jews forced to wear a Jewish Star in Netherlands and Vichy-France. Meanwhile, in Burma, Japanese troops march into Lashio, cut the Burma Road in two, severing the lifeline to China.
- 1943 Thursday: An ‘International Medical Commission’ conducts autopsies on the corpses of Polish soldiers murdered in the Katyn Forest with the end result being the Soviet NKVD being the murderers of more than 20,000 Polish officers and intelligentsia.
- 1944 Saturday: The U.S. Navy commences raids on the Japanese port facilities at Truk. The base is a big linchpin in the Imperial Japanese defense of their diminishing empire and losing this will be devastating.
- 1945 Sunday: During World War II, American soldiers liberated the Dachau concentration camp. The fight in and around Berlin continues as the Red Army continues forcing its way into the city center. Casualties are astronomical. In Berlin, Adolf Hitler married the erstwhile Eva Braun and designated Admiral Karl Doenitz president, an office he held until Germany’s surrender on May 08, 1945. Finally, the German army in Italy surrendered unconditionally to the Allies.
- 1946 Monday: Twenty-eight former Japanese officials went on trial in Tokyo as war criminals; seven ended up sentenced to death.
- 1947 Tuesday: Longtime member of the rock band, the Grass Roots[ii]— Joel Larson (drums 1965-66 / 1972-79 / 1981) –was born on this date in San Francisco, California.
- 1950 Saturday: Future U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow is born in Gladwin, Michigan, on this date. A future Democrat, she would enter the so-called greatest deliberative body in the world on January 03, 2001, representing her home state.
- 1952 Tuesday: IBM President Thomas J. Watson Jr. informed company stockholders that IBM was in the process of building “the most advanced, most flexible high-speed computer in the world.” The company unveiled the computer on April 7, 1953 as the IBM 701 Electronic Data Processing Machine.
- 1953 Wednesday: The first U.S. experimental 3D-TV broadcast shows an episode of Space Patrol on Los Angeles’ ABC affiliate KECA-TV.
- 1954 Thursday: At Dien Bien Phu, heavy rains continue hampering operations on both sides. Troops fighting in the outlying strongpoints have been placed on half-rations due to an increasing inability to make it through enemy positions in the dark to the main camp to retrieve food and then to cart it back. When the sun rises, the defenders on Epervier are startled to see that the communist troops on Dominique have dug approach trenches right up to their wire with five new recoilless guns emplaced in tunnels pointing their way. This can only presage that a new assault is in the works. The communist strategy of grabbing their enemies by the belts and then overwhelming them is working as the defenders cannot call in artillery strikes atop their positions unless all is lost.[iii]
- 1961 Saturday: ABC’s “Wide World of Sports” makes its debut.
- 1967 Saturday: Aretha Franklin’s[iv] cover of Otis Redding’s[v] “Respect” came out as a single on this date. Atlantic Records released the massive hit.
- 1968 Monday: The counterculture rock musical “Hair” heralding the “Age of Aquarius” opened at Broadway’s Biltmore Theater following limited engagements off-Broadway, beginning a run of 1,750 performances. The show raised a ruckus as the performers closed the show entirely in the nude. Shocking.
- 1970 Wednesday: During the Vietnam War, Operation Toan Thang 42 begins as 10,000 U.S. and more than 5,000 South Vietnamese troops invade Cambodia. Another 40,000 troops joined in the invasion which was designed to destroy communist staging bases along the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the troops accomplished the job. However, critics of the war lambasted President Richard M. Nixon for widening the war.
- 1974 Monday: President Richard M. Nixon announced he was releasing edited transcripts of some secretly made White House tape recordings related to Watergate.
- 1975 Tuesday: The U.S. begins Operation Frequent Wind to evacuate U.S. citizens from Saigon prior to the expected North Vietnamese takeover of the city.
- 1981 Wednesday: Steve Carlton of the Philadelphia Phillies became the first left-handed pitcher in the major leagues to get 3,000 career strikeouts.
- 1984 Sunday: In California, the Diablo Canyon nuclear reactor went online after a long delay due to the protests of extremely stupid people.
- 1985 Monday: In the 15th round, Tony Tubbs scores a technical knockout against Greg Page in their heavyweight title fight. Page lost the WBA championship.
- 1986 Tuesday: The Boston Red Sox’ Roger Clemens strikes out 20 Seattle Mariners.
- 1988 Friday: The Baltimore Orioles set a new major league baseball record by losing their first 21 games of the season.
- 1990 Sunday: The people of Germany commenced tearing down the Berlin Wall on this date.
- 1991 Monday: Croatia declares its independence from a crumbling Yugoslavia. Meanwhile, a cyclone began striking the South Asian country of Bangladesh; it ended up killing more than 138, 000 people, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Global warming or just nature?
- 1992 Wednesday: Rioting resulting in 55 deaths erupted in Los Angeles, California, after a jury in Simi Valley acquitted four Los Angeles police officers of almost all state charges in the videotaped beating of problematic motorist Rodney King. Elsewhere, kidnappers snatched Exxon-Mobil executive Sidney Reso outside of his home in Morris Township, N.J. The scumbag who snatched him was a former Exxon-Mobil security official, Arthur Seale, who killed Reso while he was in captivity.
- 1993 Thursday: Mick Ronson, famed rock-and-roll guitarist who played and with Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople[vi], died from liver cancer in London, England, on this date; he was just 46-years-old.
- 1994 Friday: Israel and the PLO signed an agreement, which granted Palestinians broad authority to set taxes, control trade and regulate banks under self-rule in the Gaza Strip and Jericho.
- 1996 Monday: In an apparent boating accident in Maryland, authorities believed that former CIA Director William Colby was missing and presumed drowned; they recovered his body later.
- 1997 Tuesday: Astronaut Jerry Lininger and cosmonaut Vasily Tsibliyev went on the first U.S.-Russian spacewalk.
- 1998 Wednesday: The United States, Canada, and Mexico end tariffs on $1 billion in NAFTA trade.
- 2003 Tuesday: Mahmoud Abbas wins power as the next prime minister of the Palestinian Authority.
- 2004 Thursday: The bloom is off the rose: photos surface showing U.S. military personnel torturing, frightening, and humiliating Iraqi prisoners of war at the Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad. It’s as if the Deep State engineered President George W. Bush into another Middle Eastern war and then pulled the rug out from under him by making sure crap like this hit the international news cycle causing global anger.
- 2005 Friday: The U.S. Senate confirms Congressman Rob Portman, R-OH 2nd congressional district, as the next United States Trade Representative.
- 2006 Saturday: Hundreds of protesters take to the streets in New York City protesting the Iraq War and the rumors that there could be an impending military attack on Iran. Enough, George W. Bush, enough! NO MORE WARS.
- 2007 Sunday: Yet another mass shooting occurs in the U.S., this one in Kansas City, Missouri, at the Ward Parkway Mall. Four people die in the spray of bullets, three victims and the shooter. Not sure if the cops took the shooter out or he did it himself.
- 2008 Tuesday: Famed rock-and-roll drummer, Mickey Waller, who played with the original Jeff Beck Group[vii] and with Rod Stewart[viii] on his solo efforts—died from liver failure on this date in London, England; he was just 66-years-old. Elsewhere, Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations secretary-general, announces that he has established a new commission with which to investigate the rise in global food prices that is causing starvation in many parts of the world.
- 2009 Wednesday: The Chi-Coms latest pandemic- the H1N1 swine flu- begins killing people in North America what with ONE death in the United States while Mexico suffers 159 deaths and at least 2,500-plus cases. Oh, thank you, Beijing, thank you.
- 2010 Thursday: The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom announces that 13 countries- with the Chi-Coms and the Saudis at the top of the heap- are the worst violators of religious rights around the world.
- 2011 Friday: In an opulent ceremony at London’s Westminster Abbey, Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton married. Elsewhere, across the Middle East, the Arab Spring uprisings continue to see violence from the far west of North Africa to the Gulf States. This is strange, it’s as if it’s ALL coordinated.
- 2012 Sunday: Mali coup leader Amadou Haya Sanogo rejects the decision of the Economic Community of West African States to deploy troops to his country. Meanwhile, Lebanon confiscates a shipment of arms and ammunition destined to the enemies of ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and arrest at least 11 terrorists.
- 2013 Monday: An NBA league committee recommends NBA owners reject the bid from a group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer to purchase the Sacramento Kings and move them to Seattle. Meanwhile, Prosecutors for Boston Marathon bomber and Islamic terrorist Dzhokar Tsarnaev[ix] discuss a plea deal to avoid the death penalty in exchange for life in prison without parole.
- 2014 Tuesday: Longtime Atlanta Rhythm Section[x] bassist–Paul Goddard (bass/backing vocals 1971-1983 / 2011-2014)—died on this date. Elsewhere, North Korea warns South Korea that it will begin conducting live fire military exercises near their maritime border. Elsewhere, a suicidal gunman goes berserk at a FedEx facility in Kennesaw, Georgia, shooting six people but killing none of them before taking his own life.
- 2015 Wednesday: On this date, North and South American declare the eradication of the German measles, the first region of the world to do so. Meanwhile, Gazprom, the Russian state-owned energy company sees a drop in its value by 86-percent due to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, a devaluation of the ruble, and crashing oil prices.
- 2016 Friday: The Iranian run-off elections SUPPOSEDLY give reformers and moderates (yeah, right) the majority of parliament. Meanwhile, a criminal court in North Korea dishes out a 10-year-stretch to a South Korean-born, U.S. citizen, allegedly for SPYING on the North Koreans: Kim Dong Chui is going to prison. Poor bastard. Elsewhere, violent protesters continue clashing with French law enforcement officers, mostly in Paris over a new bill the protesters claim is going to strip them of rights and limit the number of jobs available to young people.
- 2017 Saturday: Southeast of Dallas, tornadoes roar through the area killing at least 3 people on the ground and injuring numerous others. Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., the little snowflakes turn out in the hundreds to protest ‘climate change.’ Losers. Speaking of D.C., the White House Correspondents Dinner occurs this evening and President Donald J. Trump elected NOT to attend because all they will do is to slam the guy.
- 2018 Sunday: On this date, “The Simpsons,” the animated TV hit show surpasses “Gunsmoke’s” 635-episode run, becoming the longest-running show in the history of television. Congratulations! Elsewhere, South Korea reports that in a recent summit between North- and- South Korea that Kim Jong Un said that ‘IF the United States promises not to attack their nation, they might denuclearize.’ Uh, okay.
- 2019 Monday: In the United States (thank you, illegal immigration), an outbreak of measles- the worst outbreak in a quarter-century- sickens at least 700 people. Meanwhile, ISIS releases a video showing its leader, Abu Bakr-al-Baghdadi, for the first time in five years. Thanks to this gaff, U.S. forces will track the murdering POS down and eliminate him. He ran fleeing down a tunnel with U.S. military dogs in hot pursuit; U.S. Special Forces recovered the scumbag’s head after he detonated a suicide vest.
- 2020 Wednesday: The Chinese gift that won’t stop ‘giving’- the COVID-19 Wuhan Virus Crisis continues sickening people around the world. Currently, we now have 3,193,886 confirmed cases of the Kung Flu what with 227,638 confirmed deaths but 972,719 confirmed recoveries. In the United States, sadly, we now have 1,063,600 confirmed cases and confirmed deaths now have hit 61,472. Happily, we have 123,022 confirmed recoveries. Once again, numbers in the People’s Republic of China remain the SAME. Okay, either the Chin possess the cure or they are a bunch of lying motherf**kers which is what we believe. After the United States, Spain has 236,899 confirmed cases, Italy has 203,591, United Kingdom 165,221, Germany 161,539, France 128,441, Russia 99,399, Iran 93,657 and then the PRC with 88,423. China, stop lying.
- 2020 Wednesday A: Meanwhile, Democratic women continue circling the wagons around stumbling, bumbling “Pro-China Joe” Biden as the Tara Reade story continues gathering steam. Women who attacked Brett Kavanaugh continue to say, “No, Joe didn’t do anything.” Look, liberal slut-bags, IF you don’t go after Joe, no one is ever going to pay attention to you hypocritical skanks ever again. We know YOUR game. Finally, NYC Mayor Bill Di Blasio threatens to arrest Jewish citizens while promising Muslims they will get their meals throughout the city during Ramadan. What?
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[i] We look forward to sharing the music of not only Waylon Jennings but of Willie Nelson, and the rest of the Outlaw country music scene. We definitely hope you will keep your eyes open for the day when we do. You will love them all.
[ii] We offered the music of this famed West Coast band- the Grass Roots- beginning on Thursday, 06-February-2014 through Saturday, 22-February-2014. We hope you will seek their music out by visiting whatever site you choose for the absolute best in rock music. You will be glad you did.
[iii] As is the norm, we visit Martin Windrow’s amazing book, “The Last Valley,” De Capo Press (2006) as well as Time-Life Books for relevant information on this critical fight against communism.
[iv] Not sure when we promote the music of Aretha Davis but when we do, you will be the first to know.
[v] At some as yet undetermined point, we are going to go on an all-out Motown and Soul blitz, probably sometime before 2030 so we hope you will keep posted. Otis Redding is one of the all-time greats and had he not died before his time could have been one of the music world’s megastars.
[vi] We presented another series of interconnected bands which included Free, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, the Firm, Mott the Hoople, Ian Hunter, the Yardbirds, and a plethora of solo and group efforts beginning on Wednesday, 02-July-2014 through Sunday, 19-October-2014. We definitely hope that you will seek this music out and consider adding it to your growing collection.
[vii] We promoted the music of this venerable British rock band 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.
[viii] See previous footnote.
[ix] The cops should have executed this Islamist POS on sight. F**k him.
[x] The Atlanta Rhythm Section is another awesome American band, one we sure as heck hope to promote when and if we return to doing music again.
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