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DAYS UNTIL ELECTION DAY 2022: 487
DAY ONE-HUNDRED-AND-SEVENTY-FIVE OF THE BIDEN REGIME
194. TODAY IN HISTORY—TUESDAY, JULY 13, 2021:
Nathan Bedford Forrest Day (Tennessee)
The Byrds featuring Roger McGuinn, Dire Straits featuring Chris White, Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart, and Michael Spinks:
- 574 Wednesday: John III ends his reign as Catholic Pope.
- 1099 Thursday: The Crusaders launch their final assault on Muslim strongholds in Jerusalem.
- 1585 Saturday: A group of 108 English colonists, led by Sir Richard Grenville, reaches Roanoke Island, North Carolina.
- 1754 Saturday: At the beginning of the French and Indian War, George Washington surrenders the small, circular Fort Necessity in southwestern Pennsylvania, to the French.
- 1787 Friday: The Congress of the Confederation adopted the Northwest Ordinance, which established a government in the Northwest Territory, an area corresponding to the present-day Midwest and Upper-Midwest.
- 1793 Saturday: French revolutionary writer Jean-Paul Marat was stabbed to death in his bath by Charlotte Corday, who was executed four days later.
- 1812 Monday: New York City passed the first pawnbroker ordinance in the history of the nation.
- 1832 Friday: Henry R. Schoolcraft discovers the source of the Mississippi River.
- 1836 Wednesday: John Ruggles received patent #1 from the U.S. Patent Office for a traction wheel used in locomotive steam engines. The patent office did not provide numbers to the previous 9,957 previous patents.
- 1854 Thursday: U.S. forces bomb and burn the town of San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua.
- 1863 Monday: Deadly rioting against the Civil War Military Draft erupted in New York City. However, security forces put the rioting down over the course of three days. Casualties come to approximately 1,000 plus people.
- 1865 Thursday: Horace Greeley advises his readers to “GO west, young man.”
- 1875 Tuesday: David Brown patented the first cash-carrier system on this date.
- 1908 Monday: The Fourth Modern Olympics Games open in London, England.
- 1917 Friday: At Fatima, Portugal, the vision of the Holy Mother Mary appears to children.
- 1923 Friday: A sign consisting of 50-foot-tall letters spelling out “HOLLYWOODLAND” was dedicated in the Hollywood Hills to promote a subdivision; however, the last four letters were removed in 1949.
- 1939 Thursday: Frank Sinatra made his first commercial recording, “From the Bottom of my Heart” and “Melancholy Mood” with Harry James and his Orchestra for the Brunswick label.
- 1941 Sunday: Britain and the Soviet Union sign a mutual aid pact that provides the means for Britain to send war material to the Soviet Union in their desperate battle against Nazi Germany and its European allies.
- 1942 Monday: At Rovno in the Polish Ukraine, the Nazis murder 5,000 Jews. Roger McGuinn of the Byrds[i] rock group is born in Chicago, Illinois. The future player of the 12-string Rickenbacker guitar, he would blaze the trail for others such as Tom Petty to follow. Any album available by this band is well-worth the price.
- 1943 Tuesday: In the Soviet Union, the Battle of Kursk ends with the Soviet Union the victor, over 6,000 tanks clashed on the field of battle with the Germans losing 2,900 of them.
- 1945 Friday: The first atom bomb explodes in New Mexico.
- 1954 Tuesday: In Geneva, the United States, Great Britain, and France reach an accord on Indochina, which divides Vietnam into two countries, North and South, along the 17th parallel.
- 1955 Wednesday: Chris White—future saxophonist/flautist/percussionist with the British rock band, Dire Straits[ii] 1985-1995—was born in Bristol, England, on this date.
- 1956 Friday: Future heavyweight boxing champion, Michael Spinks, is born on this date.
- 1960 Wednesday: John F. Kennedy won the Democratic presidential nomination on the first ballot at his party’s convention in Los Angeles, California.
- 1965 Thursday: President Lyndon Baines Johnson nominated Judge Thurgood Marshall to be U.S. solicitor general, which made him the first black jurist appointed to the post. Two years later, President Johnson nominated him to the U.S. Supreme Court.
- 1966 Wednesday: Richard Speck murders eight nurses in Chicago, Illinois.
- 1972 Thursday: George McGovern received the Democratic presidential nomination at the party’s convention in Miami Beach, Florida. Elsewhere, Carroll Rosenbloom—owner of the Baltimore Colts—and Robert Irsay—owner of the Los Angeles Rams—swapped teams on this date.
- 1973 Friday: Former presidential aide Alexander P. Butterfield, under questioning from Senate Watergate Committee staff members, revealed the existence of President Richard M. Nixon’s secret White House taping system. Butterfield’s public revelation came three days later.
- 1974 Saturday: The Senate Watergate Committee proposed sweeping reforms to prevent another Watergate scandal.
- 1977 Wednesday: A blackout lasting 25 hours hit the New York City area. In the midevening, lightning strikes on electrical equipment caused power to fail; without fail, widespread looting broke out and the authorities were hard-pressed to put an end to it.
- 1978 Thursday: Lee Iacocca was fired as president of Ford Motor Company by Chairman Henry Ford II. Meanwhile, Albania severs diplomatic ties with Communist China. Meanwhile, the BBC bans “No One is Innocent” by punk rock’s the Sex Pistols.[iii]
- 1984 Friday: Guitarist Jeff Beck[iv] quits his tour with Rod Stewart[v] after just seven shows. Elsewhere, in Arkansas, Terry Wallis—injured in an automobile accident and left comatose—became a miracle man in June 2003 when he awoke from the coma after 19 years of slumber.
- 1985 Saturday: “Live Aid,” an international rock concert in London, Philadelphia, Moscow, and Sydney took place to raise money for Africa’s starving people.
- 1990 Saturday: The romantic fantasy “Ghost” starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore hit movie theaters on this date as Paramount Pictures released it.
- 1999 Tuesday: Angel Maturino Resendez, suspected of being the “Railroad Killer,” surrendered in El Paso, Texas. He was executed in 2006. Meanwhile, Stanley Kubrick’s final film, “Eyes Wide Shut” starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, had its premiere in Los Angeles, California.
- 2003 Sunday: With the blessing of U.S. administrators, Iraqis inaugurated a broadly representative governing council.
- 2005 Wednesday: A suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys in Iraq, killing more than two-dozen people, including 18 children and teenagers along with an American soldier. Ah, Islam, the so-called “religion of peace.’ What a load of dog crap.
- 2006 Thursday: Israel imposed a naval blockade against Lebanon and blasted the Beirut airport and army air bases; Hezbollah fired dozens of rockets into Israel.
- 2009 Sunday: Sonia Sotomayor, the first Hispanic Supreme Court nominee in history, vowed loyalty to “the impartiality of our justice system” at the start of her Senate confirmation hearing.
- 2010 Tuesday: The European Union announces that it will make Estonia the 17th member of the EU on January 01, 2011.
- 2013 Saturday: Criminal defendant George Zimmerman is found NOT GUILTY by a jury in Sanford, Fla., in the shooting of unarmed black teenager, Trayvon Martin. His killing unleased a furious debate over racial-profiling, self-defense, and equal justice. Some of the heightened tensions resulted from false accounts by the fake news media in their attempt to stir up racial animosity in the ‘Age of Obama.’ President Obama had said that “Trayvon Martin could be his son.” Thank you for your ‘impartiality,’ President Obama.
- 2014 Sunday: The U.S. House Judiciary Committee finds that there are no grounds for impeachment of President Barack Obama, despite calls for such action from political opponents.
- 2015 Monday: According to Brainy History, Greece and its creditors agree to a bailout of up to 86 billion euros in exchange for economic reforms to include changes to the pension system and tax laws; the Greek Parliament must still approve the deal.
- 2016 Wednesday: The Conservative Party’s Members of Parliament, aka MPs, elect Theresa May to be the United Kingdom’s next prime minister.
- 2017 Thursday: To much protest, President Donald J. Trump arrives in Paris for a two-state state visit with French President Emanuel Macron.
- 2018 Friday: Following a successful lawsuit by the state of Missouri, Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay a record $4.7 billion settlement regarding cancer in women caused by their Baby Powder, a substance made of talcum powder. One still sees late night TV commercials urging those who might be or have been affected to get in touch for legal representation. Meanwhile, the Attorney-General Jeff Sessions’ led U.S. Department of Justice charges 12 Russian nationals and firms with having interfered in the 2016 Presidential Election, especially when it came to releasing Hillary Clinton’s infamous ‘disappeared’ emails. Not long after being charged, some of the Russians arrived in the U.S. demanding their day in court in which, nothing as of yet has happened. Finally, in Baluchistan, Pakistan, ISIS claims credit for a suicide bombing targeting an upcoming election event in which 128 people were killed and numerous others wounded. Islamist scum.
- 2019 Saturday: The first Romanian woman to win a Wimbledon Singles Title does so on this date as after 55 minutes, Simona Halep beats Serena Williams by a final score of 6-2, 6-2.
- 2020 Monday: Here are today’s Xi Jinping Bat Flu Statistics for the globe: 12,945,505 confirmed cases, +437,656, 571,444 confirmed deaths, +10,984, and 7,001,605 confirmed recoveries, +110,761. Here are the numbers for the United States: 3,366,515 confirmed cases, UP by 75,521 new cases, 137,191 confirmed deaths, UP by 570 new deaths, and 988,656 confirmed recoveries, UP by 18,311 new recoveries. Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 329,612 confirmed cases, 7,040 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 1,220 confirmed cases, 19 confirmed deaths, and 890 confirmed recoveries. Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 40,656 confirmed cases, 1,438 confirmed deaths, but like California, the slope-headed governor, Jay Inslee, won’t share the number of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these flipping Democrats.
- 2020 Monday A: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 26,085.80, UP 10.50 points (0.40%). Next, the NASDAQ: 10,390.84, DOWN 226.60 points (2.13%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,155.22, DOWN 29.82 points (0.94%). Currently, GOLD is at $1,804.80 per troy oz., DOWN 9.30 (-0.51%), SILVER is at $19.50 per troy oz., DOWN -0.283 (-1.43%), PLATINUM $850.00 per troy oz., DOWN -13.00 (-1.51%), and COPPER is at $2.94 # -0.02 (-0.68%). Light Sweet Crude Oil is 39.56, DOWN -0.54 (-1.35%).
- 2020 Monday B: Statistics for shootings in Chicago over the weekend are in: 64 people shot and 11 dead. Where are Black Lives Matter? No where because BLM is little more than a left-wing hate group and not a group determined to protect black Americans from violence.
- 2021 Tuesday: JOE HELP THE PEOPLE OF CUBA! NOW!
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
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Jethro Tull released their next ‘best of’ package on June 30, 1998, just in time for the ongoing West Coat heat wave, “Through the Years.” This effort contains 13 essential cuts, most of them from albums but also some as singles or from EPs. If you have yet to introduce the music of this seminal British rock band to your ears, well, this is a glorious way in which one can right that incredibly lethargic wrong. We hope you will seek this album out, give it a good listen, and then add it to your daily listening pleasure. We think you will be glad you did.
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[i] We offered the music of the Byrds beginning on Monday, 16-January-2012 and concluded the presentation on Friday, 17-February-2012. Sadly, we were shortsighted at the time that we did not present the various members’ solo projects but one day, we hope to rectify that error.
[ii] We hope to promote the music of Dire Straits within the next decade.
[iii] Not sure when or if we will ever do the Sex Pistols’ music but who knows? If we are still here in 30-40 years, we very well could. Stay tuned for future developments.
[iv] We presented another series of interconnected bands which included the Jeff Beck Group, 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.
[v] We promoted the music of this venerable British guitarist 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.
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