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DAY ONE-HUNDRED-AND-SEVENTY-SIX OF THE BIDEN REGIME
195. TODAY IN HISTORY—WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 2021:
Bastille Day (France)
President Gerald R. Ford; the Byrds featuring Clarence White, the J. Geil’s Band featuring Stephen Jo Bladd, Steve Miller of the Steve Miller Band, and Traffic featuring Jim Gordon:
- 1430 Wednesday: The Burgundians hand over their prisoner, Joan of Arc—whom they captured in May—to Pierre Cauchon, the bishop of Beauvais for trial.
- 1456 Monday: At the Battle of Belgrade, the Hungarians defeat the Ottoman Empire, sending them into headlong retreat. It is a stunning victory by Christian forces over the Satanic Muslim scum seeking to topple European Christianity and to replace it with their crazed jihadist faith. Crucify them all, Hungarians, just like Vlad the Impaler!
- 1520 Wednesday: The Battle of Otumba, Mexico, occurs as Conquistadors under the command of Hernando Cortez and their Native American allies attack the Aztecs. The Spanish are determined to destroy Mexico City and to then put the Aztec scum to the sword.
- 1714 Saturday: At the Battle of Aland, the Russian fleet overpowers and beats a much-larger Swedish fleet.
- 1789 Tuesday: During the opening moments of the fledgling French Revolution, citizens of Paris stormed the Bastille Prison and released the seven prisoners inside after killing the garrison and the military governor.
- 1798 Saturday: The Alien and Sedition Act of the United States prohibits “false, malicious and scandalous’ writings about the U.S. government.
- 1845 Monday: A fire in New York City burns down 1,000-plus homes and kills many citizens.
- 1853 Thursday: Commodore Matthew Perry relayed to Japanese officials a letter from President Millard Fillmore (Whig) requesting trade relations. However, by the time the Commodore delivered the letter, President Fillmore’s term in office had already expired. Meanwhile, the first World’s Fair opens at the Crystal Palace in New York City.
- 1868 Tuesday: Alvin J. Fellows patented the tape measure on this date.
- 1881 Thursday: Outlaw William H. Bonney Jr., alias “Billy the Kid,” was shot and killed by Sheriff Pat Garret in Fort Sumner in present-day New Mexico.
- 1911 Friday: Harry N. Atwood became the first pilot to land an airplane—a Wright Model B airplane—on the grounds of the White House after flying in from Boston; he was greeted by President William Howard Taft.
- 1912 Sunday: American folk singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie- “This Land is Your Land”- was born in Okemah, Okla., on this date.
- 1913 Monday: Gerald R. Ford—future Republican 40th vice president and 38th president of the United States—was born on this date in Omaha, Nebraska.
- 1914 Tuesday: Robert H. Goddard patented liquid rocket fuel.
- 1921 Thursday: Italian-born anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were convicted in Dedham, Massachusetts, of murdering a shoe company paymaster and his guard. The pair paid the ultimate price, being executed six years later by the state.
- 1933 Friday: The National Socialist Party (NAZI) becomes the ONLY political party allowed in Germany. By the way, according to Chef Tiresias at the AICP-END Blog, the Nazi Party is a leftwing creature and not one belonging to the right, hence the word ‘socialist’ contained within its title.
- 1934 Saturday: Babe Ruth hits his 700th home run.
- 1938 Thursday: Italian Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini “Il Duce,” publishes a manifesto against both Jews and Africans.
- 1941 Monday: In World War II Lithuania, the Nazis murder 6,000 Jews. Across the western portion of the Soviet Union from the north from Finland south to the drive to Rostov, the Axis juggernaut continues rolling up the Red Army.
- 1942 Tuesday: Encouraged by the Nazis, anti-Semitic riots break out across occupied Amsterdam. Elsewhere, Stephen Jo Bladd—future longtime drummer with the hard-rocking blues band, the J. Geil’s Band[i]—is born on this date in Boston, Massachusetts.
- 1943 Wednesday: Although the main battle surrounding the Kursk bulge has petered out for the Germans, Army Group South continues attacking along the southern line of the massive salient while the Red Army is counterattacking in the direction of Orel. The Germans cannot fall into headlong retreat as a secondary defensive line is not really ready for them to do so, thus they have to maintain pressure on the Soviets lest everything implodes.
- 1944 Friday: Heavy fighting continues on the Eastern Front as the Soviets continue their drive to liberate Belorussia and other western portions of the USSR. The Germans continue parrying their thrusts with diminishing reserves but there are so many thrusts that it is becoming impossible for the Germans and their few remaining allies to stabilize the front. Meanwhile in France, the Allies continue building up strength for the dash to liberate France.
- 1945 Saturday: During World War II, the USS South Dakota is the first American warship to bombard Japan from offshore. Meanwhile, former Axis partner Italy declared war on its former ally, Imperial Japan, on this date. Famed future session drummer Jim Gordon who would play with the British rock band, Traffic[ii], and with Eric Clapton[iii] before murdering his mother and going to prison was born on this date in Los Angeles, California.
- 1946 Sunday: The book that would change the world was published on this date: “Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care” by Dr. Benjamin Spock.
- 1948 Wednesday: During their War of Independence, the Israeli Air Force bombs Cairo, Egypt.
- 1949 Thursday: The Soviet Union explodes its first atom bomb.
- 1951 Saturday: A monument honoring Dr. George Washington Carver is unveiled to the public in Joplin, Missouri. This is the first national park in the United States to honor an African American.
- 1953 Tuesday: The North Koreans/Communist Chinese launch a major offensive in Korea.
- 1958 Monday: The army of Iraq overthrew the monarchy imposed on the nation following World War II.
- 1964 Tuesday: In a speech to the Republican National Convention in San Francisco, supporters of Senator Barry Goldwater, R-AZ, booed New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller as he called on the GOP to denounce political extremists.
- 1965 Wednesday: The American space probe Mariner 4 flew by Mars and sent back photographs of the planet.
- 1966 Thursday: The city of Chicago awoke to shocking news that eight student nurses had been murdered during the night in a South Side dormitory. A jury later convicted criminal drifter Richard Speck and a judge sentenced him to death. However, another judge later reduced his sentence to life in prison where the son-of-a-bitch died in 1991.
- 1968 Sunday: Hank Aaron hits his 500th career home run.
- 1973 Saturday: Phil Everly storms offstage at a concert declaring an end to the Everly Brothers[iv]. Elsewhere, Clarence White—famed lead guitarist with the Byrds[v]—died after a drunken driver hit him in the parking lot at the Whisky A-Go-Go in Palmdale, CA.
- 1976 Wednesday: At the Democrat Party’s National Convention in New York City, Governor Jimmy Carter wins the presidential nomination.
- 1977 Thursday: The U.S. House of Representatives establishes a permanent select committee on intelligence.
- 1980 Monday: The Republican National Convention opened in Detroit, where nominee-apparent Ronald Reagan told a welcoming rally he and his supporters were determined to “make America great again,” which he did after eight years in office.
- 1985 Sunday: The last USFL football game takes place with the Baltimore Stars beating the Oakland Invaders by a score of 28-24.
- 1986 Monday: Richard W. Miller becomes the first FBI agent convicted of espionage charges.
- 1987 Tuesday: Guitarist Steve Miller receives a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
- 1998 Tuesday: Los Angeles sued 15 tobacco companies for $2.5 billion over the dangers of secondhand smoke.
- 1999 Wednesday: Race-based school bussing in Boston ended after 25 years, much to the relief of everyone involved in the stupid mess.
- 2003 Monday: Newspaper columnist Robert Novak publicly revealed the CIA employment of Valerie Plame, wife of Joseph Wilson, a former U.S. ambassador in Africa had twisted prewar intelligence on Iraq. Of course, Wilson and his wife were Democratic Party deep state hacks intent on causing as many problems for the George W. Bush administration as possible.
- 2004 Wednesday: The U.S. Senate scuttled a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. Forty-eight senators voted to advance the measure, 12 shy of the required 60 while 50 voted to block it.
- 2009 Monday: The iTunes Music Store reaches 1.5 billion applications downloaded. Meanwhile at her Senate confirmation hearing, Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor pushed back vigorously against Republican charges that she would bring bias and a liberal- Obama- agenda to the nation’s highest court. Since her time on the bench, it definitely appears that the fears of the GOP were true.
- 2010 Wednesday: In the 18th annual ESPY awards, New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees and skier Lindsay Vonn win, the male and female athlete awards, respectively.
- 2011 Thursday: Neptune completes its first orbit around the sun since being discovered in 1846.
- 2013 Sunday: In Iraq, a suicide attacker detonated a massive car bomb at a checkpoint near the British Embassy and the interim government’s headquarters in Baghdad, killing 11 people. Elsewhere, the Mexican Army captures Miguel Trevino Morales, commander of the dreaded “Los Zetas’ drug cartel. Finally, thousands of demonstrators across the country, ginned up by the news media, protested a Florida jury’s decision the day before to clear George Zimmerman in the shooting death of black teen, Trayvon Martin.
- 2014 Monday: Hamas rejects a peace deal brokered by Egypt and agreed to by Israel; Israel warned that the rejection could result in military action to stop rocket attacks from Palestinian militants. Meanwhile, the Church of England voted overwhelmingly in favor of allowing women to become bishops.
- 2015 Tuesday: After journeying 3 billion miles, NASA’s New Horizons space probe reestablishes contact with NASA and begins transmitting the first photos of Pluto and its five moons. Launched in 2006, the probe will continue transmitting data for the next 16 months.
- 2016 Thursday: Terror struck Bastille Day celebrations in the French Riviera city of Nice as a heavy truck plowed into the festive crowd, killing 86 people in an attack the scumbags of the Islamic State claimed as one of their own; police shot the jihadist driver dead.
- 2017 Friday: A Russian-American lobbyist said he attended a June 2016 meeting with President Donald J. Trump’s son that was billed as part of a Russian-government effort to help the Republican campaign.
- 2018 Saturday: The government of Nicaragua reluctantly reports that more than 300 people have been killed by Sandinista forces, people protesting against the communist thug government of dictator Daniel Noriega, someone Democrats in the United States praise. That’s commies for you.
- 2019 Sunday: Famed American boxer Pernell Whitaker dies at age 55 after being hit by a speeding automobile. A four-division champion, he won Olympic gold in 1984.
- 2020 Tuesday: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg finds herself in John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, tonight. She is undergoing antibiotic treatment for an unknown condition. We wish her well. Meanwhile, in the Alabama GOP runoff for the right to face Democrat Doug Jones in November, Tommy Tuberville, supported by President Donald J. Trump, pounds the final nail into the coffin of former U.S. senator and former U.S. Attorney-General Jeff Sessions by beating him. We always liked Senator sessions but when the jig’s up, the jig is up.
- 2020 Tuesday A: Here are today’s Xi Jinping Bat Flu Statistics for the globe: 13,203,571 confirmed cases, UP by 258,061 cases, 575,201 confirmed deaths, UP by 3,757 deaths, and 7,331,608 confirmed recoveries, UP by 329,393 recoveries. Here are the numbers for the United States: 3,483,905 confirmed cases, UP by 55,443 new cases, 138,358 confirmed deaths, UP by 745 new deaths, and 1,026,816 confirmed recoveries, UP by 26,848 new recoveries. (The number of recoveries would be even greater if Blue State governors would report them but alas, we know they won’t- corrupt MF-ers).
- 2020 Tuesday B: 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: 336,508 confirmed cases, 7,087 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 1,264 confirmed cases, 22 confirmed deaths, and 911 confirmed recoveries. Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 42,161 confirmed cases, 1,438 confirmed deaths, but like California, the incline-headed governor, Jay Inslee, won’t share the number of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these flipping Democrats. Let’s take a look at one more state, the Empire State: 403,175 confirmed number of cases, 32,350 confirmed number of deaths, and like most other Blue States, NO number of confirmed number of recoveries. Wake up, Governor Andrew “I’m a Moron” Cuomo! Give us the numbers you tea-bagging dimwit. Shame on you.
- 2020 Tuesday C: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 26,649.59, UP 556.79 points (2.13%). Next, the NASDAQ: 10,488.58, UP 97.73 points (0.94%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,197.52, UP 42.30 points (1.34%). The price of GOLD is $1,811.50 per troy oz., -1.90 (-0.10%) while the price of SILVER is $19.68 per troy ounce, +0.145 (+0.74%). The price of PLATINUM is $842.80 per troy oz, +6.00 (0.72%) while the price of COPPER is $2.94 per pound, +0.005 (+0.17%). The price of Light Sweet Crude Oil is $40.54 per barrel, +0.25 (+0.62%).
- 2021 Wednesday: What stupid things will spill out of feeble Joe’s mouth today? White House Press Secretary Jen “Circle Back” Psaki, or any of the other mopes in the ‘administration?’ Stick around and find out along with us…
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
This artwork is #0526 a 30” x 40” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Preview of Spring.” 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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Jethro Tull released their next album, “J-Tull Dot Com,” on August 23, 1999, and continued to demonstrate that the group had learned from the excessive mistakes of the 1980s. The band booted electronics and synthesizers in favor of a harder rock sound because folks, the world was in dire need of hard rock. The band featured a quintet of Ian Anderson (vocals, flutes, guitars, keyboards), Martin Barre (guitars), Jonathan Noyce (bass- Gary Moore) Doane Perry (drums and percussion), and Andy Giddings (keyboards). It’s always glorious to see a band that no matter how music changes decade by decade manages to keep up and to continue demonstrating that it still can set the trends. Many bands were falling by the sidelines as other forms like Grunge came to predominate but the ‘Tull’ was not yet prepared to call it a day. Thank God. We hope you will seek this one out wherever you shop for the absolute best in rock music- you will be glad you did.
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[i] We hope to present the music of the J. Geil’s Band at some point within the next five years. One of the great American bands, they most certainly deserve to be heard and celebrated by the readership of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day.
[ii] We began promoting the music of not only Traffic but also the Spencer Davis Group, Steve Winwood, Chris Wood, Jim Capaldi, and Dave Mason. The presentation commenced on Monday, 30-November-2015 through Sunday, 20-March-2016. This offering also included Blind Faith. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.
[iii] We began offering music by the supergroup Cream on Friday, 17-January-2014 through Monday, 03-February-2014. Please seek out their albums by visiting posts on those corresponding dates. You will be glad you did. Sadly, at the time, we also should have presented the solo catalogs of Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and Ginger Baker. We hope to do so at some point within the next decade or so.
[iv] We hope to celebrate the music of the Everly Brothers one day.
[v] 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.
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