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DAY ONE-HUNDRED-AND-FIFTY OF THE BIDEN REGIME- OUR NATIONAL EMBARRASSMENT AND SHAME…
170. TODAY IN HISTORY—SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 2021:
Emancipation Day (Texas), Juneteenth (all states except Hawaii, Montana, North and South Dakota, and Texas)
Associate Justices Samuel Chase and Abe Fortas; .38-Special featuring Danny Chauncey, Guns and Roses featuring Simon Wright, Heart featuring Nancy Wilson, and the Washington Redskins:
- 987 Tuesday: Louis IV is crowned king of France.
- 1269 Wednesday: King Louis IX of France declares that all Jews ‘must wear a badge of shame.’
- 1464 Sunday: French King Louis XI forms a postal service.
- 1586 Thursday: English colonists abandoned Roanoke Island, N.C. after failing to establish England’s first permanent settlement in America.
- 1775 Monday: The Continental Congress commissioned George Washington as commander in chief of the Continental Army.
- 1778 Friday: General George Washington’s troops finally left Valley Forge after a winter of training.
- 1811 Wednesday: In Baltimore, Maryland, the 9th Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) Associate Justice Samuel Chase, Federalist, died on this date. President George Washington nominated him to fill the seat of John Blair. Chase served on the nation’s high court from 01-27-1796 to 06-19-1811.
- 1846 Friday: The New York Knickerbocker Club played the New York Club in the first baseball game at the Elysian Field, Hoboken, N.J. It was the first organized baseball game.
- 1850 Wednesday: Swedish/Norwegian Crown Prince Charles weds Dutch Princess Wilhelmina.
- 1862 Thursday: Congress passed and Abraham Lincoln signed, a measure abolishing slavery in U.S. territories.
- 1864 Sunday: The USS Kearsarge, another sloop-of-war, off the coast of Cherbourg Harbor, France, sank the Confederate sloop-of-war, CSS Alabama.
- 1865 Monday: Union troops commanded by Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, with news that the Civil War was over and that all remaining slaves were free.
- 1867 Wednesday: In New York, the Belmont Stakes underwent its inaugural run.
- 1873 Thursday: Eadweard Muybridge successfully photographed a horse named “Sallie Gardner” in fast motion using a series of 24 stereoscopic cameras. Modern day motion picture enthusiasts consider this event the first step toward motion pictures.
- 1881 Sunday: Muhammad Ahmad becomes the Mahdi of the Sudan.
- 1893 Monday: Lizzie Borden wins acquittal at her murder trial of killing her parents with an axe.
- 1900 Tuesday: The Republican Party nominates President William McKinley for re-election but chooses Theodore Roosevelt, a new candidate for vice president.
- 1910 Sunday: The first Father’s Day celebration occurs in Spokane, Washington, with the idea credited to Sonora Louise Smart Dodd. Elsewhere, future 95th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Abe Fortas is born in Memphis, Tennessee, on this date. President Lyndon Baines Johnson nominated the Democrat to fill the seat of Democrat Arthur Goldberg. Fortas served on the nation’s high court from 08-11-1965 to 05-14-1969.
- 1911 Monday: In Pennsylvania, the first motion-picture censorship board underwent establishment.
- 1912 Wednesday: The U.S. government established the 8-hour workday.
- 1917 Tuesday: Towards the end of World War I, Britain’s King George V ordered members of the British royal family to dispense with all German titles and surnames; they take the name ‘Windsor.’
- 1921 Sunday: The Christians and Turks of Palestine form and alliance against the Jews.
- 1934 Tuesday: The Federal Communications Commission undergoes creation. The commission was to regulate radio and TV broadcasting—later.
- 1938 Sunday: Four dozen people were killed when a railroad bridge in Montana collapsed, sending a train known as the Olympian hurtling into Custer Creek.
- 1939 Monday: In Atlanta, Georgia, city leaders enacted legislation that disallowed pinball machines within city limits.
- 1940 Wednesday: “Brenda Starr,” the first cartoon strip by a woman appears in Chicago.
- 1941 Thursday: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs a Two-Ocean Navy Expansion Act.
- 1944 Monday: During World War II at the Battle of the Philippine Sea, the U.S. Navy shoots down 300 Japanese warplanes.
- 1948 Saturday: Panama and Costa Rica recognize the new state of Israel.
- 1950 Monday: In San Diego, California, future founding member of the Seattle-based rock band, Heart- Nancy Wilson (vocals, guitars, and flutes)- is born.
- 1951 Tuesday: President Harry S. Truman signed the Universal Military Training and Service Act, which extended military service until July 1, 1955, and lowered the draft age to 18 years of age.
- 1952 Thursday: The celebrity game show “I’ve got a Secret” made its debut on CBS-TV with Gary Moore as host. Elsewhere, the U.S. Army Special Forces, the elite fighters known as Green Berets, underwent establishment at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
- 1953 Friday: Julius Rosenberg, 35, and his wife, Ethel, 37, convicted of conspiring to pass U.S. atomic secrets to the Soviet Union, were executed at Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York.
- 1956 Tuesday: Future member of the Southern rock band, .38-Special[i]–Danny Chauncey (guitars 1987-present)–is born on this date in San Francisco, California.
- 1961 Monday: The United States Supreme Court struck down a portion of Maryland’s constitution that requires office holders to have a belief in ‘God.’
- 1963 Wednesday: President John F. Kennedy, speaking to Congress, criticized lawmakers for not acting on proposed Civil Rights legislation and called for passage of a single omnibus bill, the Civil Rights Act of 1963. Meanwhile, future drummer with the drugged-out Los Angeles, California, rock band, Guns ‘n’ Roses[ii], 1983-1989—Simon Wright—is born on this date in Manchester, England.
- 1964 Friday: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was approved by a Senate vote of 73-27, after surviving a lengthy filibuster. Hours later, a twin-engine plane carrying Senators Edward Kennedy, D-Massachusetts, and Birch Bayh, D-Indiana, crashed near Springfield, Massachusetts. Kennedy suffered severe injury, Bayh, and his wife, Marvella, less so; but two people, including the pilot, lost their lives in the incident.
- 1967 Monday: Muhammad Ali is convicted of refusing induction into the United States Army.
- 1972 Monday: Hurricane Agnes, blamed for at least 122 deaths made landfall in Florida Panhandle.
- 1977 Sunday: Pope Paul VI- the 262nd Roman Catholic pontiff- makes 19th-century bishop John Neumann the first U.S. male saint.
- 1978 Monday: Garfield, created by Jim Davis, first appears as a comic strip.
- 1987 Friday: Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream and the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia announce a new flavor, “Cherry Garcia.” Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law requiring any public school teaching the theory of evolution to teach creation science as well.
- 1992 Friday: Evander Holyfield beats Larry Holmes in a 12-round unanimous decision to keep the WBA, WBC, and IBF heavyweight boxing titles. Holyfield improved his pro-record to 28-0 while Holmes’ record fell to 54-4.
- 1999 Saturday: In the Stanley Cup Finals, the Dallas Stars beat the Buffalo Sabres 4 games to 2.
- 2000 Monday: The Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Indiana Pacers 4-2 in the NBA finals. Elsewhere, Tiger Woods wins the U.S. Open by 15 shots, a record for all majors with a 72-hole score of 12-under par.
- 2002 Wednesday: In the 2002 NBA Finals, the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Indiana Pacers 4 games to 2.
- 2007 Tuesday: New York City Michael Bloomberg says that ‘he is leaving the Republican Party and will re-register as an Independent.’ Political hack. Elsewhere, news reports suggest that the North Koreans fired a test missile into the Sea of Japan. Practice makes perfect, folks.
- 2008 Thursday: As the subprime mortgage crisis continues eating away at the guts of the United States, two Democratic lawmakers, Senator Chris Dodd, Connecticut, and Kent Conrad of North Dakota, find themselves under intense scrutiny after receiving preferential loans from troubled mortgage lender Countrywide Financial Corp. As if this is not bad enough- to have an ethics investigation- Senator Dodd also co-sponsored a massive $300 billion bailout bill for banks caught up in the housing crisis. Wow.
- 2009 Friday: After yesterday’s threat from the North Koreans that they might send a missile towards the general vicinity of Hawaii, the U.S. military begins speeding missile interceptors and additional radar assets to the 50th state. Elsewhere, Ethiopia and Slovenia report the presence of the swine flu. That’s nice, too. (Note- look at the Chi-Coms).
- 2010 Saturday: The Turks continue having problems with Kurdish rebels on the Turkish-Syrian border as 10 soldiers are killed in a terror attack near the village of Semdinli. Meanwhile, in Istanbul, a roadside bomb blows up as a bus carrying Turkish soldiers passes by killing four poor souls outright and injuring another 12.
- 2011 Sunday: The NATO air forces have to fess up to killing loads of civilians in a suburb of Tripoli where Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi has artillery positions. People are getting killed all over the place and everyone wants to know one frigging question- WHY is NATO bombing Libya and what reason do we have for waging yet another endless war? Does President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton feel they need to have a successful Middle Eastern war under their belts? WTF!
- 2012 Tuesday: In the Najran Province of Saudi Arabia, the authorities behead a man on charges of witchcraft and sorcery. Elsewhere, in the 2012 NBA Finals, the Miami Heat draws one game closer to winning it all by beating the Oklahoma City Thunder (once the Seattle Supersonics) in Game Four by a final score of 104-98. Meanwhile, following an Israeli airstrike that killed two low-life Islamic Jihad thugs, Hamas begins firing off a near-constant barrage of (Iranian) rockets into southern Israel. Hit ‘em with napalm, Israel.
- 2013 Wednesday: Considering negative feedback about its Xbox 1, Microsoft announces that it is going to make numerous changes to the technology. Meanwhile, Boko Haram thugs- all in the name of Allah- assault a school in Maiduguri killing at least nine children and wounding innumerable others. What a bunch of evil f**ks.
- 2014 Thursday: Thanks to the race-monger Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office cancels all of the Washington Redskins’ copyrights on their logo, their sportswear, and everything else. To take heat off President Barack Obama prior to the upcoming 2014 Mid-term elections, the Democrats use every diversion they can. WE LOVE THE WASHINGTON REDSKINS AND HOPE THAT THE NEXT PRESIDENT RESTORES THEIR TRADEMARKED LOGOS!
- 2015 Friday: Effective January 1, 2016, Hawaii becomes the first state in the nation to raise the age for smokers from 18 to 21 and to outlaw the sale of tobacco and e-cigarettes to people under age 18. (Note- Hawaii has a massive problem with people smoking, eating, and drinking too much and this is the way for the 50th state to try to rein in all these self-destructive behaviors).
- 2016 Sunday: The Cleveland Cavaliers win their first NBA title by beating the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 93-89, becoming the first NBA team to overcome a 3-1 deficit in games. LeBron James is of course, the MVP scoring 27 points. Elsewhere, more than 50,000 angry Okinawans turn out in the streets of Naha protesting the continued presence of the U.S. military after a former U.S. Marine and current civilian contractor has been charged with a rape of one of their citizens.
- 2017 Monday: After a U.S. fighter jet operating over Syria shoots down a Syrian warplane, Vladimir Putin announces that it will target U.S. and allied aircraft flying over the war-stricken nation. They don’t. Meanwhile in Brussels, Belgium, Brexit negotiations between Great Britain and the European Union commence. Elsewhere, in Paris, France, a jihadist with a car full of fuel and incendiaries crashes his vehicle into a police vehicle which then subsequently bursts into flames. Other police on scene shoot the terrorist dead.
- 2018 Tuesday: U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley announces the United States is pulling out of the farcical U.N. Human Rights Commission because all of the worst human rights abusers in the world sit on this once respectable body. Should have done it sooner! Meanwhile, the Canadian Senate by a vote of 52-29 passes the ‘Cannabis Act of 2018,’ one that will permit its citizens to light up, get stoned, and zone out. That’s always beneficial for a nation…
- 2019 Wednesday: The United Nations announces that 70-percent of the world’s population are displaced, refugees, or ‘asylum seekers,’ the highest number in seven decades, well, since the end of World War II. Now, here’s the question: why isn’t the world body doing what it is supposed to be doing and improving the lives of people living in S-hole nations by stopping wars, purges, communist takeovers, and the like? Crickets…Elsewhere, the Japanese navy finds itself busy around the clock pushing back North Korean fishing boats trying to poach in its territorial waters.
- 2020 Friday: Desperate Democrats in Tulsa, Oklahoma, rush to their state’s supreme court to demand it STOP the planned Trump rally in that city tomorrow night. They cite concerns over the ‘possible spread’ of the Xi Jinping Bat Flu while saying NOTHING about the rioters and protesters who are going to attempt to disrupt the president’s rally. The court told them to go pound sand. Interesting side note: one of the lawyers seeking the injunction just so happened to be of Stormy Daniels’ legal team which included POS convicted felon, Michael Avenatti. Meanwhile, Texas Senator John Cornyn, R-TX, presents a bill to make Juneteenth a federal paid holiday.
- 2020 Friday A: Speaking of dictator Xi’s bat flu, here are the stats for today: 8,915,543 confirmed cases, 454,582 confirmed deaths, and 4,184,445 confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the United States: 2,262,029 confirmed cases, 120,831 confirmed deaths, and 703,209 confirmed recoveries. Next, in the three states where the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day has chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 165,416 confirmed cases, 5,360 confirmed deaths, but thanks to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s politics, NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. In the Aloha State, here are the stats: 744 confirmed cases, 17 confirmed deaths, and 639 confirmed recoveries- thank you, Gov. David Ige for doing the right thing and sharing ALL the numbers. Finally, in the Ever-Red state (Evergreen), here are the stats: 27,192 confirmed cases, 1,245 confirmed deaths, and like California, ZERO MENTION of confirmed recoveries.
- 2020 Friday B: Here are the stock market stats for today: DOW Jones Industrial Complex: 25,871.46, DOWN 208.64 points (0.80%). Here are the NASDAQ stats: 9,946.12, UP 3.07 points (0.031%). Here are the S&P 500 stats: 3,097.74, DOWN 17.60 points (0.56%).
- 2021 Saturday: Folks, let’s hope it’s a slow weekend but with the way things are going in this country right now with a bogus ‘administration’ in the White House, we might all be concentration camp-bound sooner than anticipated…
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
This artwork is #0501 a 24” x 36” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Evening Rhapsody.” It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale. You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page. At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.” Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks. Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty. We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work. It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor! You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY! Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!
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ALBUM OF THE DAY AT THE AICPENDBLOG.COM:
Scratch what we said about ‘theatrics.’ The next Jethro Tull album to grace the shelves of record stores was “Under Wraps,” an album that came out on September 07, 1983. Another studio effort, this one had a theme of espionage contained within it which carried over into its live performances. The album featured Ian Anderson (vocals, flutes, guitars, keyboards, electronic drum programming), Martin Barre (guitars), Dave Pegg (bass- Fairport Convention) and Peter John Vettese (keyboards, synthesizers, and backing vocals). Fans found this effort to be ‘interesting’ but many were curious as to why a guy such as Ian Anderson would forego having an actual drummer in place of a 1980s’-style drum track? I mean, we hate to see any band going down this bull crap path of having drum machines and electronic drums in place of a true, honest-to-God percussionist such as Clive Bunker or Barriemore Barlow? Ah, well, the album is worth investigating and then adding to your growing collection of the finest in American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day-approved rock music. You’ll enjoy it.
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