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180. TODAY IN HISTORY—TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2021:
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Jay; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices John Paul Stevens and David Souter; U.S. Secretaries of State Henry Clay and John W. Foster; Deep Purple featuring Ian Paice, Fleetwood Mac featuring Robert “Bob” Brunning, Little Feat featuring Lowell George, and Quicksilver Messenger Service featuring Gary Duncan:
- 1377 Sunday: A French invasion fleet lands at Rye, England (see the movie “Robin Hood” starring Russell Crowe).
- 1520 Tuesday: Montezuma II, the ninth and final emperor of the Aztecs, died in Tenochtitlan under unclear circumstances. Some claim his own subjects murdered him for not standing up to the Conquistadors while others claim Hernando Cortez’s own men carried out the brutal crime.
- 1534 Friday: Jacques Cartier discovers the Prince Edwards Islands off Canada.
- 1613 Saturday: London’s original Globe Theater, where many of Shakespeare’s plays were performed, was destroyed by a fire sparked by a cannon shot during a performance of “Henry VIII.” However, authorities at the time reported no fatalities.
- 1652 Friday: Massachusetts declared itself an independent commonwealth.
- 1767 Sunday: Britain approved the Townsend Revenue Act, which imposed import duties on glass, paint, oil, lead, paper, and tea shipped to the American colonies. However, colonists bitterly protested, prompting Parliament to repeal the duties—except for tea.
- 1776 Saturday: Father Francisco Palou founds Mission San Francisco de Asis in what is now the immoral city of San Francisco. Meanwhile, the Virginia Constitution underwent adoption on this date and Patrick Henry became governor.
- 1795 Monday: The first United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Jay left the court on this date. George Washington nominated the Federalist to serve as the high court’s chief justice and Jay served from September 26, 1789 until today.
- 1804 Friday: Privates John Collins and Hugh Hall of the Lewis and Clark Expedition were found guilty by court martial consisting of members of the Corps of Discovery for getting drunk on duty. Collins received 100 lashes on his back while Hall received 50.
- 1852 Tuesday: In Washington, D.C., the former ninth U.S. Secretary of State Henry Clay died. First a Whig, then a National Republican and finally a Democratic Republican, he served under President John Quincy Adams from 03-04-1825 to 03-04-1829.
- 1854 Thursday: Through the Gadsden Purchase, the United States buys parts of Mexico (adding to Arizona and New Mexico) for $10 million.
- 1863 Monday: Confederate General Robert E. Lee orders his troops to begin gathering around Gettysburg. His plan is that by invading the North, he can relieve pressure on the Siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi, where General U.S. Grant threatens the South’s final defensive position on the massive river.
- 1880 Tuesday: France annexed Tahiti, which became a French colony on December 30, 1880.
- 1888 Friday: Professor Frederick Treves performed the first appendectomy in England.
- 1892 Wednesday: The 32nd U.S. Secretary of State John W. Foster assumed his position on this date. A Republican, Foster served under President Benjamin Harrison from today until February 23, 1893.
- 1897 Tuesday: In a game with Louisville, the Chicago Cubs scored 36 runs in a single game, which set an all-time record for runs scored by one team in one game.
- 1913 Sunday: The Second Balkan War broke out as Bulgaria attacked Serbia and Greece, its former allies from the First Balkan War.
- 1917 Friday: The Ukraine proclaimed itself independent from Russia.
- 1925 Monday: Melvin Pipkin filed for a patent for the frosted lightbulb.
- 1926 Tuesday: In an economic efficiency measure, the Italian Fascists added an additional hour to the workday.
- 1927 Wednesday: The first trans-Pacific airplane flight was completed as Lt. Lester J. Maitland and Lt. Albert F. Hegenberger arrived at Wheeler Field in Hawaii, aboard the Bird of Paradise, an Atlantic-Fokker C-2, after flying 2,400 miles from Oakland in 25 hours and 50 minutes.
- 1929 Saturday: Mexico and the Vatican sign an accord.
- 1933 Thursday: Actor-director Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle died in New York at age 46.
- 1941 Sunday: Polish diplomat, pianist, and composer Ignacy Jan Paderwski died in New York at age 80. Elsewhere, Joe DiMaggio got a base hit in his 42nd consecutive game, which broke the record set by George Sisler in 1922.
- 1943 Tuesday: Germany begins withdrawing U-boats from the North Atlantic in anticipation of the Allied invasion of Europe. Elsewhere, the original bassist of Fleetwood Mac[i], Robert “Bob” Brunning, was born in Bournemouth, England.
- 1944 Thursday: The U.S. Seventh Army finally conquers the Cherbourg Peninsula following D-Day on June 06. The Germans launch at counterattack at Caen.
- 1946 Saturday: The “Black Sabbath” takes place in Palestine as the British authorities arrest over 2,700 Jews as terrorists.
- 1948 Tuesday: Ian Paice, the future drummer of the British rock band, Deep Purple[ii], was born in Nottingham, England, on this date. This musician remains the ONLY member of this long-lived group from the first album to the present.
- 1949 Wednesday: South Africa begins implementing apartheid; no mixed marriages allowed.
- 1950 Thursday: President Harry S. Truman authorized a naval blockade of North Korea on this date.
- 1953 Monday: The Federal Highway Act authorized the construction of 42,500 miles of freeway coast to coast.
- 1954 Tuesday: The Atomic Energy Commission voted against reinstating Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer’s access to classified information.
- 1956 Friday: Actress Marilyn Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller in a civil ceremony in White Plains, New York and again in a Jewish ceremony on the First of July. Elsewhere, the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 undergoes signing, which officially created the United States Highway System—this occurred under GOP President Dwight D. Eisenhower and not a Democrat.
- 1964 Monday: After an 83-day filibuster in the Senate, the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 finally passes.
- 1967 Thursday: Jerusalem was re-unified as Israel removed barricades separating the Old City from the Israeli sector. Meanwhile, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones[iii] receives a sentence of ONE year for drug possession. Finally, actress Jayne Mansfield, 34, was killed, along with her boyfriend, Sam Brody, and their driver, Ronnie Harrison, when their car slammed into the rear of a tractor-trailer on a highway in Slidell, La.; three children riding in the back, including Mansfield’s 3-year-old daughter, Mariska Hargitay, survived.
- 1970 Monday: The United States ended a two-month military incursion into neighboring Cambodia during the Vietnam War.
- 1972 Thursday: The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a trio of death sentences, saying that the way they had been imposed constituted cruel and unusual punishment. The ruling prompted states effectively to impose a moratorium on executions until their capital punishment laws could be revised. In the case Furman v. Georgia, the high court ruled that arbitrary and inconsistent imposition of the death penalty violates the Eighth and Fourteenth amendments, and that it constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
- 1974 Saturday: Isabel Martinez de Peron was sworn in as acting president of Argentina, two days before the death of her ailing husband, President Juan Peron.
- 1976 Tuesday: The Seychelles receive their independence from Great Britain.
- 1979 Friday: In Arlington, Virginia, the smoking slide guitarist and vocalist with the Southern rock band, Little Feat[iv]—Lowell George—dropped dead from a heart attack on this date; he was 34-years-old.
- 1986 Sunday: Sparky Anderson is the first Major League Baseball manager to win 600 games in both the American and the National Leagues.
- 1988 Wednesday: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Morrison v. Olson, upheld the independent counsel law in a 7-1 decision (the sole dissenter was Justice Antonin Scalia).
- 1992 Monday: The remains of Polish statesman, pianist, and composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski, interred for five decades in the United States, were returned to his homeland in keeping with his wish to be buried only in a free Poland.
- 1995 Thursday: For refusing to fight Axel Schultz, the IBF strips George Foreman of his heavyweight boxing title. Elsewhere, the space shuttle Atlantis and the Russian Mir space station linked in orbit, beginning a historic five-day voyage as a single ship. Meanwhile, in South Korea, a Seoul department store collapsed killing at least 500 people. Finally, actress Lana Turner died at age 74 in Century City, California.
- 2003 Sunday: Actress Katharine Hepburn, one of the last stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age, died in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, at age 96.
- 2006 Thursday: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that President George W. Bush’s plan to try Guantanamo Bay detainees in military tribunals violates U.S. and international law. What are we supposed to do with this Islamist trash?
- 2007 Friday: Apple Inc. releases it first mobile phone, the iPhone.
- 2009 Monday: U.S. combat troops withdrew from Iraqi cities, the first major step toward removing ALL American forces from the country by December 31, 2011. Meanwhile, disgraced financier Bernard Madoff received a 150-year sentence for his multibillion-dollar fraud. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that white firefighters in New Haven, Conn., were denied promotions because of their race. Speaking of the U.S. Supreme Court, the 105th Associate Justice David Souter left the court on this date. President Ronald Reagan nominated his fellow Republican (who later became a RINO) to fill the seat of Associate Justice William J. Brennan, a Democrat. Souter served from October 03, 1990 until today.
- 2010 Tuesday: General Stanley McChrystal announces his retirement after his comments appear in Rolling Stone Magazine that was negative about President Barack Obama. Meanwhile, the 101st U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John Paul Stevens left the court on this date. President Gerald R. Ford nominated his fellow RINO to fill the seat of Associate Justice William O. Douglas, a Democrat. The Republican-in-name-only served on the high court from December 17, 1975 until today.
- 2011 Wednesday: The General-Assembly of Rhode Island passing legislation allowing same-sex couples to enter civil unions.
- 2012 Friday: The news that the European Union has decided to help some of the troubled Eurozone members causes world stock markets to spike.
- 2014 Sunday: Russia supplies Iraq with military aircraft to help the government fight insurgents from the Islamic State of Iraq; the U.S. has readied military assistance, but it has not yet been delivered. Meanwhile, the Da’ish scum declares its caliphate in Syria and in northern Iraq—we need to kill the Islamist scum.
- 2015 Monday: According to Brainy History, Israeli forces peaceably board and redirect the Swedish vessel Marianne, a ship that was part of Freedom Flotilla III, which sought to enter the Gaza port in violation of Israel’s naval blockade; the ship will be taken to the port of Ashdod and inspected.
- 2016 Wednesday: U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announces the U.S. military is lifting the ban on trannys serving in the military. Amazing!
- 2017 Thursday: On this date in Iraq, the Iraqi military retakes the Great Mosque of Al-Nuri in Mosul, the exact same mosque where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared his worldwide caliphate back in 2014. The Islamist scumbag was on the run with the U.S. and the Iraqis hot on his tail.
- 2018 Friday: Famed comic artist Steve Ditko dies at the age of 90 on this date. He worked on “Spider Man,” “Dr. Strange” and others in the Marvel Universe.
- 2019 Saturday: In Woodland, California, famed guitarist/vocalist with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Gary Duncan, died in a fall at his home. He was 72 years old.
- 2020 Monday: Here are today’s Xi Jinping Bat Flu numbers for the globe for today: 10,195,680 confirmed cases, an increase of 132,361 new cases, 502,802 confirmed deaths, an increase of 2,694 new cases, and 5,167,274 confirmed recoveries, an increase of 77,908 new recoveries. Next, here are the numbers for the United States, the main target of the communist Chinese for the Kung Flu: 2,626,841 confirmed cases, an increase of 35,388 new cases, 127,994 confirmed deaths, an increase of 320, and 799,527 confirmed recoveries, an increase of 12,604. It is important to note that the numbers of recoveries would be greater if BLUE STATE governors would report the flipping numbers correctly instead of concealing them. Shame on them.
- 2020 Monday A: Here are the numbers for the three states in which, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors- California, Hawaii, and Washington- California first: 216,550 confirmed cases, 5,936 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for Hawaii: 872 confirmed cases, 18 confirmed deaths, and 714 confirmed recoveries. Finally, here are the stats for Washington state: 31,752 confirmed cases, 1,310 confirmed deaths, but sadly like California, NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these worthless scumbags who manipulate the numbers and won’t publish the recoveries. It’s all about politics.
- 2020 Monday B: Bret Baier of Fox News Channel’s “Special Report” reports that U.S. intelligence confirmed that Vladimir Putin’s Russia paid bounties to the Taliban to kill U.S. and Coalition troops. The question is whether President Donald J. Trump was briefed on this issue or not (the president says he was NOT) which has caused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to bring up ‘Trump-Russia collusion again. Uh, okay. Are we going to see another ‘Trump-Russia Collusion’ investigation again? Give it a break. Here are today’s Stock Market numbers: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 25,595.80, UP 580.25 points (2.32%); NASDAQ: 9,874.15, UP 116.93 points (1.20%); the S&P 500: 3,053.24, UP 44.19 (1.47%).
- 2020 Monday C: U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts joins the four liberal justices on the court to smack down the Louisiana abortion law. Once again, court watchers are shocked. Roberts has joined the liberal justices in more rulings as of late which has led many to ask, WTF is going on with the man? On the other hand, the nation’s highest court upheld the president’s ability to terminate the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an entity that claims to be autonomous but which is part of the Executive Branch. Awesome. Finally, famed comedian Carl Reiner died in Beverly Hills, California, at the age of 98.
- 2021 Tuesday: Folks, stick around and discover whatever is occurring today. Everyone knows that whatever it is, it’s going to be fascinating…
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
This artwork is #0511 a 30” x 40” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Evening Symphony.” 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!
Beverly Carrick: The World’s Greatest Artist (1927-2012)
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The next album released by Jethro Tull- “A Little Light Music”- came out on September 14, 1992. The album comes from a live tour the band was doing across Europe back in the early 1990s in which, the band was performing mostly acoustic sets. The line up featured Ian Anderson (vocals, flutes, guitars, keyboards), Martin Barre (guitars), Dave Pegg (bass- Fairport Convention), and Dave Mattacks (drums and percussion), As usual, the band delivers a fine performance which is why we encourage everyone to seek this album out, give it a good listen, and then make it a part of your listening pleasure every day.
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[i] We first began offering the music of Fleetwood Mac on Monday, 03-January-2011 through Thursday, 27-January-2011. Please seek their music out by checking posts on those corresponding dates. We thank you.
[ii] We began offering the music of Deep Purple on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this lengthy offering on Sunday, 08-July-2018.
[iii] One of the greatest saxophonists of his time, he performed with numerous bands but primarily the Rolling Stones. We shared the music of the Stones beginning Tuesday, 22-March-2016 through Sunday, 28-August-2016. This included the members solo projects.
[iv] We celebrated the music of the amazing Little Feat beginning on Tuesday, 11-June-2013 through Monday, 15-July-2013. One of the great unsung bands of all time, we hope you will seek them out and consider adding them to your music collection.
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