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DAY ONE-HUNDRED-AND-SEVENTY-SEVEN OF THE BIDEN REGIME
196. TODAY IN HISTORY—THURSDAY, JULY 15, 2021:
Acting U.S. Secretaries of Defense Mark Esper and Richard V. Spencer; the 13th Floor Elevators featuring Roky Erickson, Deep Purple featuring Joe Satriani, Jethro Tull featuring Jonathan Noyce, the Kinks featuring Ray Davies, Lynyrd Skynyrd featuring Artimus Pyle and Allen Collins, Mike + the Mechanics featuring Paul Young, Moby Grape featuring Peter Lewis, and YES featuring Peter Banks:
- 1099 Saturday: The first of the Crusader armies arrive at Jerusalem and begin the assault on the city’s walls.
- 1205 Friday: Pope Innocent III declares that ALL Jews—because of their culpability in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ—are condemned to perpetual subjugation and servitude.
- 1501 Monday: Explorer Pedro Cabral arrives back at home port, Lisbon, Portugal.
- 1779 Thursday: U.S. troops under “Mad” Anthony Wayne conquer Ft. Stony Point, New York, and drive off the British troops.
- 1790 Thursday: The District of Columbia, or Washington, D.C., is established as the permanent seat of the United States government.
- 1791 Friday: Revolutionaries in France suspend Louis XVI from office until he ratifies the new constitution.
- 1799 Monday: French soldiers in Egypt discovered the Rosetta stone, which proved instrumental in deciphering ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.
- 1806 Tuesday: Adventurer Zebulon Pike sets out to explore the American Southwest.
- 1815 Saturday: Napoleon Bonaparte surrenders for the final time and suffers exile to the island of St. Helena.
- 1830 Thursday: Three Native American tribes—the Sioux, the Sauk, and the Fox—sign a treaty that surrenders most of Minnesota, Iowa, and Missouri.
- 1834 Tuesday: More than 3.5 centuries after undergoing creation, the Catholic Church abolished the Spanish Inquisition.
- 1840 Wednesday: England, Prussia, Austria, and Russia form the Quadruple Alliance.
- 1863 Wednesday: Confederate President Jefferson Davis orders conscription of all military-aged men to serve in the Rebel army.
- 1870 Friday: Manitoba becomes the fifth Canadian province while the government also creates the Northwest Territories. In the U.S., Georgia became the last Confederate state to be readmitted to the Union.
- 1888 Sunday: “Printer’s Ink” went on sale for the first time today.
- 1895 Monday: Macedonian rebels murder the former prime minister of Bulgaria, Stephen Stambulov, on this date.
- 1901 Monday: Over 74,000 steel workers in Pittsburgh go out on strike on this date. Remember when Pittsburgh actually had steel workers?
- 1904 Friday: The first Buddhist temple in the United States forms in Los Angeles, California.
- 1910 Friday: The term “Alzheimer’s disease” was used to describe a progressive form of presenile dementia in the book, “Clinical Psychiatry” by German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin, who credited the work of his colleague Alois Alzheimer, in identifying the condition.
- 1912 Monday: The British National Health Insurance Act goes into effect.
- 1914 Wednesday: President Victoriano Huerta of Mexico flees to Europe with 2 million pesos in his bags.
- 1916 Saturday: In Seattle, William Boeing incorporated Pacific Aero Products on this date. The business would later change its name to Boeing Co.
- 1918 Monday: During World War I, the Second Battle of the Marne gets underway.
- 1922 Saturday: The duck-billed platypus arrived in America, direct from Australia where the Bronx Zoo in New York City put it on display.
- 1932 Friday: President Herbert Hoover announced he was slashing his own salary by 20-percent, from $75,000 a year to $60,000; he also cut Cabinet members salaries by 15-percent, from $15,000 to $12,750 a year.
- 1937 Thursday: The Buchenwald Concentration Camp opens for ‘business,’ in Nazi Germany.
- 1942 Wednesday: The first supply flight from India to China over the “hump” takes place during World War II to keep China in the fight against the Japanese.
- 1945 Sunday: Peter Lewis, future guitarist and vocalist with the San Francisco rock band, Moby Grape[i], was born in Hollywood, California, on this date.
- 1947 Tuesday: Future guitarist with the British rock band, YES[ii]–Peter Banks (guitars/vocals 1968-1970)—was born in Chipping Barnet, Hertfordshire, England, on this date. Elsewhere, future guitarist/harmonica/vocalist with the Texas acid rock band the 13th Floor Elevators[iii]—Roky Erickson—was born on this date.
- 1948 Thursday: President Harry S. Truman was nominated for another term of office by the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Elsewhere, Artimus Pyle—future drummer with the Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd[iv] (1974-1977 / 1979 / 1987-1991)—is born in Louisville, Kentucky.
- 1952 Tuesday: Allen Collins, future guitarist with the Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd[v], is born in Jacksonville, Florida, on this date.
- 1956 Sunday: Future famed guitarist, Joe Satriani, who at one point in his career would play guitar for the British rock band, Deep Purple[vi], was born on this date in Westbury, N.Y.
- 1958 Tuesday: Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower sends U.S. troops to Lebanon to quell problems within that nation; they remain there for three months.
- 1961 Saturday: Spain accepts equal rights for men and women.
- 1964 Wednesday: The Republican Party nominates Senator Barry Goldwater, R-Arizona, for president of the United States.
- 1965 Thursday: Mariner IV begins returning the first photos of Mars back to Earth.
- 1968 Monday: Commercial air travel began between the United States and the Soviet Union when the first place, a Russian Aeroflot jet, landed at Kennedy International Airport in New York. Elsewhere, ABC-TV premiered “One Life to Live,” one of the most popular soap operas of all time.
- 1971 Thursday: President Richard M. Nixon announces he will visit Communist China, where he said he would seek a “normalization of relations” between the two nations.[vii] Elsewhere, in Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, England, future bass player with Jethro Tull[viii]– Jonathan Noyce- is born.
- 1972 Saturday: NASA’s Pioneer 10 spacecraft became the first to enter the asteroid belt.
- 1973 Sunday: Ray Davies announces retirement from the Kinks[ix]; subsequently, he attempts to commit suicide but fails. Nolan Ryan of the California Angels becomes the first pitcher in two decades to win two no-hitters in a season.
- 1976 Wednesday: A 36-hour kidnap ordeal began for 26 schoolchildren and their bus driver as they were abducted near Chowchilla, California, by three gunmen who imprisoned them in an underground cell; however, thanks to the bus driver, the children later could escape.
- 1979 Sunday: President Jimmy Carter delivered his ‘malaise’ speech in which, he lamented what he called a “crisis of confidence” in America.
- 1981 Wednesday: Steven Ford—the son of former President Gerald R. Ford—appeared in a seduction scene of “The Young and the Restless” on CBS-TV. Ford played the role of Andy.
- 1982 Thursday: The U.S. Senate confirms George Schultz to be the 60th secretary of state by a vote of 97-0.
- 1983 Friday: At the Turkish Airlines counter in Paris’ Orly Airport, eight people died when a bomb planted by Armenian separatists exploded.
- 1985 Monday: Baseball players vote to strike on August 06 that—if the parties concerned do not come to agreement on a contract—the players will go on strike. However, the strike turned out to disrupt baseball operations for no more than a day. Elsewhere, a visibly gaunt Rock Hudson appeared at a news conference with actress Doris Day; we later found out the actor was suffering from AIDS.
- 1987 Wednesday: Taiwan ends 37 years of martial law.
- 1991 Monday: U.S. troops leave northern Iraq following the Gulf War.
- 1996 Monday: Prince Charles and Princess Diana sign divorce papers. Elsewhere, MSNBC, a 24-hour ‘all news network’ (in reality, an outlet for fake news and left-wing propaganda) made its debut on cable and on the Internet.
- 1997 Tuesday: Fashion designer Gianni Versace, 50, was shot dead outside his Miami Beach home; suspected gunman Andrew Phillip Cunanan, 27, was found dead eight days later, an apparent suicide. Investigators believed the little POS murdered four other people before Versace in a cross-country spree that began the previous March.
- 2000 Saturday: In Hale, United Kingdom, longtime member of Mike + the Mechanics- vocalist, Paul Young- drops dead from a sudden heart attack. He was 54.
- 2002 Monday: John Walker Lindh, aka the “American Taliban” pleaded guilty in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, to two felonies in a deal sparing him life in prison.
- 2006 Saturday: The social networking service Twitter launched on this date.
- 2008 Tuesday: President George W. Bush said the nation’s troubled financial system was “basically sound,” and he urged lawmakers to quickly enact legislation to prop up mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- 2010 Thursday: Unrest in the Democratic Republic of the Congo sees entire villages burned to the ground while 40,000 people become refugees. Elsewhere, after 85 days, BP stopped the flow of oil from a blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico.
- 2011 Friday: The Obama Justice Department sends the James Comey-led (corrupted) FBI to investigate the U.S. holdings of Rupert Murdoch. The announced charges are that Murdoch’s people at News Corp. tried not only to ‘hack’ into 911 calls made on September 11, 2001, but also tried to bribe police officials to get the information they were seeking. Meanwhile, Kenya announces it will open a new camp to house Somali refugees. We suspect the Kenyan government was trying to get on the good side of then-President Barack Hussein Obama.
- 2012 Sunday: On U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s first visit to Cairo, Egypt, since Mohammad Morsi became president, protesters lining the route pelt her motorcade with shoes and tomatoes, showing their anger at her meddling in Egyptian affairs.
- 2013 Monday: The upper house of the British government approves of the Marriage Bill (Same-Sex Couples Bill); starting in 2014, same-sex (GAY) couples in Britain and Wales can marry one another.
- 2014 Tuesday: Mohammed Zakari, a leader of Islamist militant group Boko Haram, has been arrested by Nigerian police; Boko Haram is implicated in hundreds of deaths and kidnappings, and Zakari is wanted for the recent killings of seven people.
- 2015 Wednesday: Following loads of criticism over his recent Iranian ‘Nuclear Deal,’ President Barack Obama speaks out in defense of the treaty, one that will remove sanctions from the nation in exchange for a slowdown in nuclear research and the handover of its nuclear fuel to a third-party nation.
- 2016 Friday: Yet another attempt at removing Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan survives a coup attempt launched by his own military leaders and government officials. During the battle to supplant this Islamist POS, at least 300 people die and another 6,000 plus undergo arrest.
- 2017 Saturday: In Minneapolis, Australian citizen Justine Damond calls 911 after hearing what sounded like an ongoing rape attempt outside her window. The Minneapolis Police Department arrives on scene, one of the officers a recent Somali immigrant- Mohamed Noor- then leans across his partner, shoots, and kills her as she was leaning in the cruiser’s window describing what she had seen. Of course, this caused great outrage but the now liberal crap-hole of a once-proud state comes to the defense of Officer Noor but on June 7, 2019, a jury convicted him of murder and he received a sentence of 12.5 years in prison. WTF is wrong in Minneapolis?
- 2018 Sunday: Manny Pacquiao scores his first knockout in nine years when he beats WBA Welterweight Champion Lucas Matthysse in the 7th round. The Filipino boxing phenom beat his opponent in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, making it his 60th professional win and made him the WBA champion.
- 2019 Monday: Acting U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper steps down with Richard V. Spencer assuming the position as the next Acting U.S. secretary of defense under President Donald J. Trump. Spencer would serve in this capacity until July 23. At that time and following his confirmation, Mark Esper would reassume the position, becoming the 27th U.S. Secretary of Defense. He is presently serving under President Donald J. Trump. Esper’s replacement- Richard V. Spencer- assumed his position on this date and would serve until Esper replaced him on July 23.
- 2020 Wednesday: In Minneapolis, Minnesota, the four police officers involved in the death of small-time criminal George Floyd had their day in court. Officer Derek Chauvin, the man who kept his knee on the neck of a compliant black man is facing 2nd and 3rd degree murder charges as well as manslaughter charges. His fellow officers- Thomas Lane, Tou Thao, and Alexander Kueng- are charged with aiding and abetting former Officer Chauvin.
- 2020 Wednesday A: Meanwhile, one of President Trump’s financial advisors, Peter Navarro, authored an op-ed in USA Today in which, he criticized Dr. Anthony Fauci as not being right on anything related to the Xi Jinping Bat Flu. The White House said they knew nothing of the editorial. Elsewhere in New York City, NYPD officers discovered the body of Bangladeshi tech entrepreneur Fahim Saleh, 33-years-old dismembered in his luxury apartment. His head and limbs were sorted into plastic bags for disposal with an electric saw nearby. Finally, President Trump and Attorney-General William “Bill” Barr declare war on MS-13. ‘Bout time!
- 2020 Wednesday B: The International Union of Police Associations endorses President Donald J. Trump for re-election in November 2020. Law and order, baby!
- 2020 Wednesday C: Here are today’s COVID-19 Wuhan Bat Flu Virus statistics for today, first for the planet: 13,382,020 confirmed cases, UP 181,470 new cases, 580,038 confirmed deaths, UP 4,860 new deaths, and 7,445,299 confirmed recoveries, UP 115,145 new recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the United States of America: 3,483,905 confirmed cases, 138,358 confirmed deaths, and 1,026,816 confirmed recoveries. In the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs our famed chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington state, here are the numbers for the Golden State first: 347,634 confirmed cases, 7,227 confirmed deaths, but as usual, NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries, because Gov. Gavin Newsom is a POS hack politician. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 1,264 confirmed cases, 22 confirmed deaths, and 921 confirmed recoveries- thank you, Governor David Ige. Finally, here are the stats for the communist overrun Ever-Red (Evergreen) State: 42,304 confirmed cases, 1,430 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm for Blue States, NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries- shame on you, Governor Jay Inslee. For fun, let’s look at the Empire State, here are their stats: 404,006 confirmed cases, 32,350 confirmed deaths, and NO mention of confirmed recoveries. In New York, two men bear blame for all the deaths and must lose their qualified immunity: Governor Andrew “I’m a Moron” Cuomo and NYC Mayor Bill “Never Met a Communist I didn’t like” Di Blasio. Both men should be in prison for their ineptitude in handling this traumatic disease from CHINA.
- 2020 Wednesday D: Here are the stats for today’s Stock Market closes: first the DOW Jones Industrial Average, 26,870.10, UP 227.51 points (0.85%). Next, here are the stats for the NASDAQ: 10,550.49, UP 61.91 points (0.59%). Finally, here are the numbers for the S&P 500: 3,226.56, UP 29.04 points (0.91%). Price of GOLD: $1,814.20 per troy oz., +0.40 (+0.02%) Here is the price of SILVER: $19.82 per troy oz., +0.064 (+0.32%). Price of PLATINUM: $844.80 per troy oz., +1.60 (+0.19%). Here is the price of COPPER: $2.89 per #, +0.0055 (+0.19%). Price of Light Sweet Crude Oil per barrel: $41.02, -0.18 (-0.44%).
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One of the best live acts of the 1970s, Wild Turkey should have had a far longer career than what they did but thankfully, their final performances were preserved for posterity. “Final Performance” came out on July 27, 2000, and it featured some heavy-duty rock and roll tracks delivered by one of the greatest bass players of all time. The band featured Glenn Cornick (bass, guitars, keyboards, harmonicas), Gary Pickford-Hopkins (vocals), Bernie Marsden (guitars), Mick Dyche (guitars/vocals), Jeff Jones and Kevin Currie (drums), and Steve Gurl (keyboards). If you want to hear some amazing music by a little-known band by anyone who isn’t a Baby Boomer, please seek this album out and give it a good listen- you will be glad you did.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, THURSDAY JULY 15, 2021 #4,039
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Thursday, July 15, 2021:
[i] We promoted the music of the famed San Francisco, California, rock band, Moby Grape, on Monday, 09-April-2012 through Monday, 23-April-2012. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.
[ii] We are unclear as to when we will begin promoting the music of the legendary British rock band, YES, but when we do, you will be the first to know. This offering will go as long as- if not longer- than the Beatles and their individual members. Please stay tuned.
[iii] We began promoting the music of the famous acid rock band from Texas- the 13th Floor Elevators- beginning on Tuesday, 14-May-2013 through Thursday, 06-June-2013. We would encourage everyone to seek the music of this legendary band out and adding it to their collections. You will be glad you did.
[iv] We hope to share the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd sometime in the next decade. At least by 2029 so please stay tuned for further news.
[v] See previous footnote.
[vi] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018. Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands. All are fabulous.
[vii] At the time considered to be a brilliant move on the part of staunch anti-communist Richard M. Nixon, it was a big mistake to normalize any relations with this communist giant when we already had problems with both them and the USSR. Communist China should have been shunned, stunted, and possibly destroyed. Look at all the trouble they have caused in the 21st century with all their fetid pandemic diseases created in their biowarfare labs in Wuhan and sent around the world with alacrity.
[viii] We began promoting the music of Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, Mick Abrams, Glenn Cornick and Wild Turkey, Blodwyn Pig, and Paris beginning Monday, May 24, 2021 and the presentation is still ongoing.
[ix] We presented the music of the Kinks, as well as of Ray and Dave Davies, beginning on Monday, 22-December-2014 through Sunday, 15-March-2015. We hope you will check out the music of this original British invasion band as they are as relevant today as they were more than 50 years ago. Sure beats the hell out of Maroon Five and a homo twit like Adam Levine. What a loser, he looks like the flipping illustrated man.
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