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DAY ONE-HUNDRED-AND-SEVENTY-THREE OF THE BIDEN REGIME
192. TODAY IN HISTORY—SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2021:
President John Quincy Adams; U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Howard Taft; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson; U.S. Secretary of State John Quincy Adams; U.S. Senator Ed Markey; the Grassroots featuring Rob Grill, Leon Spinks (v. Muhammad Ali), “Honky-Tonk Women” by the Rolling Stones, and Thin Lizzy featuring Ricky Warwick:
- 1533 Tuesday: Due to divorcing his wife and establishing the Church of England, Pope Clement VII excommunicates British monarch Henry VIII.
- 1742 Wednesday: Condemning the disciplining actions of the Jesuits in China, the pontiff issues a papal decree against them.
- 1767 Saturday: John Quincy Adams, a future Federalist, then a Democratic-Republican, then a National Republican, then an Anti-Masonic before finally becoming a Whig and future sixth president of the United States, is born in Braintree, Massachusetts. He would also serve the nation as its 8th U.S. secretary of state. In this capacity, he would serve under President James Monroe from September 22, 1817 until March 04, 1825.
- 1786 Tuesday: Morocco agreed to stop attacking American ships in the Mediterranean Sea for a payment of $10,000.
- 1789 Saturday: The United States Marine Corps was formally established by a congressional act that also created the U.S. Marine Band.
- 1798 Wednesday: The U.S. Congress reestablished The United States Marine Corps through the passage of “An Act for Establishing a Marine Corps,” which also created the U.S. Marine Band. An act passed by the Continental Congress on November 10, 1775, commissioned the Marine Corps originally.
- 1804 Wednesday: Vice President Aaron Burr mortally wounded former Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton during a pistol duel in Weehawken, New Jersey.
- 1812 Saturday: During the War of 1812, the United States invades Canada across the Detroit Frontier.
- 1848 Tuesday: In London, England, the Waterloo Train Station opens for business.
- 1859 Monday: Big Ben, the great bell inside the London clock tower chimed for the first time.
- 1864 Monday: Confederate forces led by General Jubal Early commenced an invasion of Washington, D.C.; however, they retreated the following day due to the arrival of Union reinforcements.
- 1889 Thursday: In Mexico, Tijuana becomes not only a city but an international den of iniquity.
- 1905 Tuesday: Black intellectuals in the United States organize the Niagara Movement at Niagara Falls, New York.
- 1914 Saturday: Babe Ruth made his Major League Baseball debut, pitching the Boston Red Sox to a 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians.
- 1915 Sunday: During World War I, the German battle cruiser “Konigsberg,” sinks off Dar-es-Salam, Africa. Meanwhile, the Chicago Sunday Tribune ran an article titled,. “Blues is Jazz and Jazz is Blues.” (It’s believed to be one of the earliest, if not the earliest uses of the word “jazz” as a musical term in a newspaper).
- 1921 Monday: The 10th U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Howard Taft (69th overall U.S. Supreme Court justice) assumed his position on the high court on this date. A former president, President Warren G. Harding nominated his fellow Republican to fill the seat of Chief Justice Edwin Douglas White’s seat. Taft would serve the nation from today until February 03, 1930.
- 1922 Tuesday: The Hollywood Bowl officially opened with a program called “Symphonies under the Stars” with Alfred Hertz conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
- 1934 Wednesday: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt becomes the first sitting U.S. president to travel through the Panama Canal.
- 1937 Sunday: Famed American composer and pianist, George Gershwin died from a brain tumor in a Los Angeles hospital at age 38 on this date.
- 1941 Friday: The 82nd U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson assumed his position on the nation’s high court on this date. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt nominated his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of Associate Justice Harlan F. Stone. Jackson served from today until October 09, 1954.
- 1943 Sunday: During World War II, the U.S. 45th Division captures the airport at Comiso, Sicily; however, the German Hermann Goering Panzer Division launches a stiff counterattack. Meanwhile, in the USSR, the Battle of Kursk enters its seventh day as the Axis throws everything it has against the Soviet defenses while the Soviets repeatedly counterattack.
- 1944 Tuesday: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt announces he will run for a fourth term.
- 1946 Thursday: In Malden, Massachusetts, future U.S. senator representing his home state, Ed Markey, Democrat, is born. He would enter the U.S. Senate on July 16, 2013.
- 1948 Sunday: During the War of Independence, the Arabs bombard Jerusalem from the air.
- 1952 Friday: General Dwight D. Eisenhower is nominated for the GOP presidential candidate at the Republican National Convention and Richard M. Nixon for vice president.
- 1953 Saturday: Leon Spinks, heavyweight boxer famous for beating Muhammad Ali, was born on this date in St. Louis, Missouri. Over the course of his professional career, he would compile a record of 46 fights, 26 wins (14 KOs) 17 losses, and 0 draws.
- 1954 Sunday: The first White Citizens Council organizes in Indianola, Mississippi.
- 1955 Monday: The U.S. Congress authorizes all United States money to bear the inscription, “In God We Trust.” Meanwhile at Lowry, Colorado, military authorities dedicated the U.S. Air Force Academy.
- 1960 Monday: The novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee was first published by J.B. Lippincott and Company.
- 1962 Wednesday: The first transatlantic TV transmission went through the Telstar I satellite.
- 1966 Monday: In Northern Ireland, future lead guitarist and vocalist, Ricky Warwick, with the Anglo-Irish American hard rock band, Thin Lizzy[i], is born. He would perform with the group from 2010 to the present.
- 1969 Friday: The Rolling Stones[ii] release the single, “Honky-tonk Women.” When fans heard it on the radio, they went insane over it, so great was the song with its lyrics about loose women, altered states of mind, and its clattering cowbell, sales soared almost immediately. We hope everyone seeks this tune and the album on which it appeared, “The Rolling Stones Greatest Hits, Volume 2 Through the Past Darkly” out wherever it is you shop for the absolute best in rock music.
- 1972 Tuesday: The World Chess Championship opened as grandmasters Bobby Fischer of the United States and defending champion Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union began play in Reykjavik, Iceland. After 21 games, Fischer won the championship.
- 1975 Friday: Chinese archaeologists discover a three-acre burial site with more than 6,000 clay statues of warriors dating as early as 221 B.C.
- 1977 Monday: In a White House ceremony, President Jimmy Carter awarded the Medal of Freedom posthumously to Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
- 1979 Wednesday: The abandoned U.S. space station Skylab made a spectacular return to Earth, burning up in the atmosphere and showering debris over the Indian Ocean and Australia.
- 1985 Thursday: Nolan Ryan of the Houston Astros became the first major league pitcher to record 4,000 strikeouts in a career.
- 1987 Saturday: Bo Jackson signed a contract to play football for the Los Angeles Raiders for five years while continuing to play baseball for the Kansas City Royals.
- 1988 Monday: Nine people were killed when suspected Palestinian gunmen attacked hundreds of tourists aboard a Greek cruise ship, the City of Poros, which was steaming toward a marina in suburban Athens.
- 1991 Thursday: In Hawaii, the people witness a total solar eclipse.
- 1995 Tuesday: The U.N.-designated “safe haven” of Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina fell to Bosnian Serb forces that then carried out the killings of 8,000 Muslim men and boys. Elsewhere, full diplomatic relations resumed between the U.S. and Vietnam.
- 1995 Tuesday: A U.S. Air Force jet flew over the Antarctic and dropped off emergency medical supplies for Dr. Jerri Nelson after she had discovered a lump in her breast. She was working at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Research Center.
- 2005 Monday: In Xinjiang province in western China, a mine explosion kills at least 22 miners while another 35 were rescued. Sadly, another 30 or so are still missing.
- 2006 Tuesday: As Israel continues weathering criticism about how badly the Palestinians are supposedly treated says that there are not food shortages or medicine shortages even though the terminals supplying the Gaza Strip are under constant threat of attack nearly every day by terrorists. The Hamas thugs want the people to suffer so they can then point to them, “See! See! The Israelis are mean to us, wah, wah, wah!”
- 2007 Wednesday: The Supreme Court of Libya upholds the death sentences of six Bulgarian nurses and one Palestinian doctor who had been tried and convicted of deliberately infecting more than 400 children with HIV-AIDS.
- 2008 Friday: The Chi-Com authorities inform restaurant owners in Beijing NOT to serve any dog meat on its menus during the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics but donkey meat and other exotics like bats and scorpions are fine. Enjoy.
- 2009 Saturday: U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama addresses the parliament of the nation of Ghana today.
- 2010 Sunday: Colton Harris-Moore, the so-called “Barefoot Bandit,” is apprehended by the authorities in the Bahamas. Elsewhere, in Kampala, Uganda, Al-Shabab carries out a terrorist bombing after pledging its loyalty to al-Qaida that kills at least 64 poor souls and messes up the lives of numerous others.
- 2011 Monday: The Republic of Korea announces plans to conduct midair refueling drills with the U.S. Air Force in 2011. Meanwhile, in Mt. Dora, Florida, long-time member of the Grass Roots[iii]— Rob Grill (lead vocals/bass 1967-77 / 1980-2011)—dies from complications of a stroke; he was just 67-years-old. Elsewhere, the Knesset in Israel announces a law that will punish any Israeli citizen or organization that boycotts Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Bravo for you!
- 2012 Wednesday: Astronomers announce the discovery of the fifth moon of Pluto S/2012 P1. Meanwhile, the GOP-controlled U.S. House of Representatives in another show of bravado but which is little more than an empty exercise votes for the 33rd time to repeal President Barack Hussein Obama’s signature achievement, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka the PPACA or Obamacare for short. Wow. Waste time doing nothing you losers.
- 2013 Thursday: The NASA New Horizons team release photos of Pluto’s largest moon, Chiron, showing that it is the size of Texas and covered in ice. Elsewhere, exiled Iranians produce information for the global press that shows the IRG thugs have nuclear facilities buried beneath a mountain near the town of Damavand. Time to drop some bunker-busting nukes on the site.
- 2014 Friday: LeBron James, former member of the Miami Heat, announces he will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the town he abandoned several years earlier, so he could win an NBA ring in Miami. Elsewhere, after a dispute with Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki goes unresolved, Kurdish members of parliament bolt the government and return home where the Peshmerga takes control of two northern oil fields.
- 2015 Saturday: According to Brainy History, Greece continues negotiations with its creditors after refusing proposed austerity measures; however, the Greek government proposal includes reforms like those rejected by voters in a recent referendum. Elsewhere, Boko Haram continues causing problems in the African nation of Chad, particularly in the nation’s capital city of N’Djamena. A terrorist dressed in a burqa detonates a bomb that delivers at least 14 people kicking and screaming to hang with Allah far sooner than any of them planned while leaving loads more wishing they have gone, too. What the hell is wrong with these savages? Others of their ilk attack Maiduguri in Nigeria, killing at least one person and leaving others injured.
- 2016 Monday: The governor of Nagaland, India, announces a ban on all dog meat sold as food. Up until now, the people of this distant Indian state imported dogs as a delicacy. From this point forward, it must stop. Good for them. Now, if ONLY the Chinese would follow suit and close their infamous wet markets where plague after plague after plague emanates. Meanwhile, the U.S. says it’s going to send an additional 500 troops to clean up President Barack Hussein Obama’s mess in Iraq what with the ISIS garbage running amok.
- 2017 Tuesday: Emails released by Donald Trump Jr. revealed that he’d been told before meeting with a Russian attorney during the presidential campaign that the Russian government had information that could “incriminate” Hillary Clinton. MSNBC “Morning Joe” (a pitiful show if ever one existed with two morons for the price of one hosting it) and former Republican (RINO) congressman Joe Scarborough announced that he was leaving the Republican Party (good riddance), partly because of its loyalty to President Donald J. Trump. Joe, you were never a Republican in the first place, merely a traitorous POS.
- 2018 Wednesday: Always having to outdo everyone else, communist China claims to have discovered in the western part of the country where the Uighurs live the oldest stone tools outside Africa. Estimated to be around 2.12 million years ago, made by early hominids. Elsewhere, near the Afghan town of Kunduz, the Taliban carries out an attack on Afghan police killing at least 29 of them and wounding loads of others.
- 2019 Thursday: In Pueblo, Mexico, the final Volkswagen Beetles roll off he assembly line, a line of cars that began 80 years earlier. Meanwhile, thanks to the economic mastery of President Donald J. Trump, the Stock Market hits new peaks what with the DOW Jones Industrial Average surpassing 27,000 points and the S&P 500 hitting 3,000 points. Keep it up, Mr. President, keep it up. Meanwhile, Tommy Robison, famed British conservative freedom fighter, receives a prison sentence of nine months in the slammer for contempt of court minus 10 weeks-time served. His supporters protest in the streets.
- 2020 Saturday: Here are today’s COVID-19 Wuhan Virus, aka the Xi Jinping Bat Flu, aka the Chinese Flu, you know, the Chinese “gift” that won’t stop giving, statistics for today: 12,507,849 confirmed cases, UP 134,127, 560,460 confirmed deaths, UP 3,597, and 6,890,914 confirmed recoveries, UP 104,718. In the United States, here are today’s numbers: 3,290,994 confirmed cases, UP 75,920 new cases, 136,621 confirmed deaths, UP 912, and 970,345 confirmed recoveries, UP 15,107. Next, in the three states where the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-bloggers- California, Hawaii, and Washington- here are the stats, California first: 304,297 confirmed cases, 6,851 confirmed deaths, but thanks to Gov. Gavin Newsom being little more than a festering POS, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. In Hawaii, here are the stats: 1,130 confirmed cases, 19 confirmed deaths, and 840 confirmed recoveries. Finally, in the too-far-left-to-save-state-of-Washington, here are the stats: 39,218 confirmed cases, 1,424 confirmed deaths, and like California’s worthless governor, Gov. Jay Inslee won’t list the number of confirmed recoveries.
- 2021 Sunday: We hope today will be a slow news day. Stick around and discover the news along with us…
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
This artwork is #0523 a 20” x 24” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Sunday Afternoon.” 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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On May 20, 1997, Blodwyn Pig released their first archival LIVE album and what a good one it was: “The Modern Alchemist.” Joining the fiery guitarist were the legendary Jack Lancaster (horns, woodwinds, violins, and flutes), Andy Pyle (bass), and Rob Berg (drums). There are 11 great tunes on this CD culled from various BBC performances, an album we encourage everyone to buy as Mr. Abrams is one of the all-time great guitarists. He should be on the list of all-time greats such as Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Kim Simmonds, and Alvin Lee. We hope you will seek this album out at your favorite site for the absolute best in music and will then add it to your ever-growing collection of AICPENDBLOG.COM-approved albums. Enjoy.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, SUNDAY JULY 11, 2021 #4,031
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Sunday, July 11, 2021:
[i] 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.
[ii] We shared the music of the Rolling Stones (and the group’s individual members) beginning Tuesday, 22-March-2016 through Sunday, 28-August-2016. This included the members solo projects.
[iii] 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.
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