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240. TODAY IN HISTORY—SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 2021:
Happy Birthday, Chef Kilgore!
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter; U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen; Chef Kilgore Randalini; murdered teenager Emmett Till, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “I have a Dream” speech; Chicago featuring Daniel Seraphine, Fairport Convention featuring Martin Lamble, Jethro Tull, Wild Turkey, and Paris featuring Glenn Cornick, and the Soft Machine featuring John Marshall:
- 476 Friday: The Western Roman Empire formally ends with the ouster of Emperor Romulus Augustus.
- 1521 Sunday: Ottoman troops under the command of Sultan Suleiman I- the 10th Ottoman Turkish sultan- occupy the Serbian city of Belgrade.
- 1609 Friday: Henry Hudson and his ship, the Half-Moon, discovered Delaware Bay.
- 1619 Wednesday: Ferdinand II becomes the Holy Roman Emperor. His policy of “One church, one king,” was his way of outlawing the spread of Protestantism.
- 1655 Saturday: Governor Peter Stuyvesant of New Amsterdam bars ALL Jews from military service.
- 1774 Sunday: The first American-born saint was born in New York City. Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton underwent canonization in 1975.
- 1830 Saturday: The first locomotive in the United States, “Tom Thumb,” runs from Baltimore, Maryland, to Ellicott’s Mill.
- 1833 Wednesday: The British Parliament banned slavery throughout its empire.
- 1862 Thursday: The Second Battle of Bull Run (also known as the Second Battle of Manassas) began in Prince William County, Virginia, during the Civil War; the result was a Confederate victory.
- 1867 Wednesday: The United States occupies the Midway Islands in the Pacific Ocean.
- 1907 Wednesday: “American Messenger Company” underwent establishment by two teenagers, Jim Casey and Claude Ryan. The company later changed its name to “United Parcel Service.”
- 1914 Friday: During World War I, the third day of the Battle of Tannenberg takes place as German Army infantrymen storm Russian positions. Fighting is fierce but the Germans have the edge over the poorly supplied Russian soldiers.
- 1916 Monday: During World War I, it is official, Italy declares war on Germany. Meanwhile, Germany declares war on Rumania. Russia was hoping Rumania would enter the war on the side of the Allies, but the Rumanians jumped the gun and after making some headway, the Germans began lighting them up to the point that it would stagger a major Russian offensive against Austro-Hungary.
- 1917 Tuesday: As they picketed the White House, 10 suffragists underwent arrest by the authorities.
- 1922 Monday: The first-ever radio commercial aired on station WEAF in New York City; the 10-minute advertisement was for the Queensboro Realty Company, which had paid a fee of $100.00.
- 1938 Sunday: The Nazis open the Mauthausen Concentration Camp in Austria.
- 1939 Monday: The first successful flight of a jet-propelled airplane took place, the German Heinkel He 178.
- 1940 Wednesday: In Bangor, Maine, future 20th U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen is born. A Democrat, he would serve under President Bill Clinton from 01-24-1997 to 01-20-2001.
- 1941 Thursday: Imperial Japan’s ambassador to the United States, Kichisaburo Nomura, presented a note to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt from Japan’s prime minister, Prince Fumimaro Konoye, expressing a desire for improved relations. Elsewhere, in Isleworth, UK, future drummer/percussionist with the Soft Machine[i] John Marshall is born.
- 1942 Friday: Transport #25 departs France for Nazi Germany, loaded up with French Jews bound for the extermination camps.
- 1943 Saturday: Communist partisans holding deposed Fascist Italian leader, Benito Mussolini, transfer him from his prison at La Maddalena Sardinia to the Gran Sasso, a place they believe to be impregnable to any rescue attempts. However, Adolf Hitler had other ideas and would send his favorite SS officer Otto Skorzeny to rescue him. Meanwhile, in Denmark, the people call for a general strike to put pressure on their Nazi occupiers.
- 1944 Monday: The last German troops in Toulon and Marseilles, France, surrender to Allied forces or begin withdrawing as the secondary front in France- Operation Dragoon- puts additional pressure on German military forces defending France.
- 1945 Tuesday: The Allies began occupying Japan at the end of World War II.
- 1948 Saturday: Chef Kilgore Randalini of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day was born in Davenport, Iowa. Next, future drummer with the rock band, Chicago[ii] (1967-1990), Daniel Seraphine is born in Chicago, Illinois, on this date.
- 1949 Sunday: Future drummer with the British rock band, Fairport Convention[iii] (1967-1969), Martin Lamble, is born in London, England, on this date.
- 1955 Sunday: Emmett Till, a black teenager from Chicago, suffers abduction from his uncle’s home in Money, Mississippi, by two white men after he had supposedly whistled at a white woman; the authorities discover him brutally slain three days later.
- 1957 Wednesday: Democratic Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina begins a 24-hour filibuster to stop the Civil Rights Bill demanded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
- 1962 Tuesday: The 78th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter left the nation’s high court on this date. A political independent, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt nominated Frankfurter to fill the seat of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Benjamin Cardozo, another Democrat. Frankfurter served from January 20, 1939, until today.
- 1963 Wednesday: More than 200,000 people listened as the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
- 1968 Wednesday: Police and anti-war demonstrators clashed in the streets of Chicago as the Democratic National Convention nominated Hubert H. Humphrey for president.
- 1972 Monday: Mark Spitz of the United States won the first two of his seven gold medals at the Munich Summer Olympics, finishing first in the 200-meter butterfly and anchoring the 400-meter freestyle relay.
- 1981 Friday: The National Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, announces that in Gay men, there are higher than normal instances of both pneumocystis and Kaposi’s sarcoma. Meanwhile, John Hinckley, Jr. pleads innocent on charges he attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan.
- 1983 Sunday: Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin announces his resignation.
- 1986 Thursday: United States Naval officer, Jerry A. Whitworth receives a sentence of 365 years for espionage. Meanwhile, rock singer Tina Turner[iv] receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
- 1994 Sunday: In Japan, the nation holds its first Gay Pride Parade and festival.
- 1995 Monday: Following their announcement of their $10 billion deal, the merger of Chase Manhattan and Chemical Bank created the largest bank in the United States.
- 1996 Wednesday: The United Kingdom issues a divorce decree for Britain’s Charles and Princess Diana. This was the official end to their 15-year marriage.
- 1998 Friday: The Pakistani prime minister created new Islamic order and legal system based on the Holy Koran—Sharia Law.
- 2008 Thursday: Surrounded by an enormous adoring crowd at Invesco Field in Denver, Barack Obama accepted the Democratic presidential nomination, promising what he called a clean break from the “broken politics” in Washington and the failed policies of (President) George W. Bush.”
- 2009 Friday: The Los Angeles County coroner’s office announced that Michael Jackson’s drug overdose death was a homicide caused primarily by the powerful anesthetic propofol and another sedative, lorazepam.
- 2010 Saturday: A crowd of 500,000 attends the “Restoring Honor Rally” hosted by Glenn Beck in Washington, D.C., on the National Mall. This would lead to all sorts of personal attacks by Far-Left pundits and idiots.
- 2012 Tuesday: At the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, the GOP chooses Governor Mitt Romney as its standard-bearer for the 2012 Presidential Race.
- 2013 Wednesday: A military jury sentenced Maj. Nidal Hasan to death for the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood that claimed 13 live and injured numerous others. Good riddance to this POS. Meanwhile, on the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial, President Barack Hussein Obama stood on the same steps as he challenged new generations to seize the cause of racial equality. It is worth noting that Obama was one of the most racist presidents in U.S. history. Finally, Lakhdar Brahimi, UN Special Envoy to Syria, says international law states that the UN Security Council must decide any action in response to Syria’s use of chemical weapons.
- 2014 Thursday: The Chinese super-online store, Alibaba, announces second-quarter earnings of more than $1.1 billion; this is more than double of e-commerce giants Amazon and eBay combined. The Chinese company announces it will release its U.S. IPO in September. Elsewhere, Glenn Cornick, the original bassist with Jethro Tull[v] and with his own band, Wild Turkey as well as with Bob Welch and Paris, died from congestive heart failure in Hilo, Hawaii; he was 67 years old. Finally, comedian Joan Rivers was rushed to New York’s Mt. Sinai Hospital after she suffered cardiac arrest at a doctor’s office where she’d gone for a routine outpatient procedure; two weeks later, she died at age 81.
- 2015 Friday: According to Brainy History, Greek judge Vassiliki Thanou takes the oath of office as the nation’s interim prime minister after last week’s resignation of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras; new elections for the position will take place in September.
- 2016 Sunday: At Glasgow Airport in Scotland, police arrest two United Airlines pilots for being intoxicated. They were preparing to leave the airport with 141 souls aboard their aircraft when someone alerted the police to their possible inebriation and police responded. Law enforcement officials planned to arraign the pilots the following day. Meanwhile, clashes between Syrian Kurd forces and Turkish-backed thugs endangers U.S. assets in the region who are on the ground, fighting with the Kurds to beat the ISIS thugs running amok.
- 2017 Monday: In a show of force, North Korean thug dictator Kim Jong Un orders his military flunkies to fire off a battery of missiles which overfly Japan. The Japanese government’s early warning system picked them up and told people to take cover. Elsewhere, Barack Obama’s home country of Kenya puts into law the world’s toughest plastic bag ban, one that will cost a person a fine of $38,000 as well as possible four years in the hoosegow. Wow. A serious act of virtue signaling by an African nation- so says “On This Day.”
- 2018 Tuesday: In Detroit, at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Queen of Soul Music- Aretha Franklin[vi]– lies in state in a 24-carat gold coffin. We miss you, Aretha! Meanwhile, Puerto Rico upgrades its death toll from the 2017 Hurricane Maria from 65 deaths to 2,975.
- 2019 Wednesday: Much to orgasmic frenzy among U.S. climate change activists, little Greta Thunberg, the Scandinavian global warming crusader, arrives in New York City after sailing across the North Atlantic in an emission’s free vessel. She would return home via jetliner or, so we were told. What a gal! Elsewhere, U.S. Senator Kirsten “Whitey” Gillibrand, D-N.Y., throws in the towel on her bid to win the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential nomination. She tossed her panties into the ring un-officially on Stephen Colbert’s show on January 15, 2019, but did not make it official until Sunday, March 04, 2019. In dropping out, she announced her bailout via Twitter and became the fifth Democrat to leave the race following behind (1) Eric “Farts” Swalwell (July 08, 2019)[vii]; (2) John Hickenlooper (August 15, 2019)[viii]; (3) Jay Inslee (August 21, 2019)[ix]; and (4) Seth Moulton (August 23, 2019)[x].
- 2020 Friday: The death toll in the United States from Hurricane Laura now rests at six and the town and surrounding environs of Lake Charles, Louisiana, suffered the brunt of the landfall what with being mostly destroyed and at least 1 million people in the region with no power. Meanwhile, a racial equality march in Washington, D.C., is set to commence purportedly in honor of the 57th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famed “I Have a Dream” speech. We shall see if it devolves into mob violence as last night in the nation’s capital, following the final night of the Republican National Convention, violence exploded shortly after midnight. As attendees of the RNC convention tried to make their way to where their vehicles were parked, violent mobs assaulted them as they left the White House grounds. Screaming mobs surrounded Sen. Rand Paul and his wife and for several minutes, it got pretty hairy Elsewhere, Japan’s longest-serving Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announces his resignation due to poor health. God bless! Next, United Airlines announces that 3,000 pilots will be grounded by October if the country does not begin reopening. Finally, Lord & Taylor clothing stores announced they will be closing down and laying off their employees six years short of hitting the chain’s 200th anniversary. How sad.
- 2020 Friday A: Sadly, “Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman died at age 43 after a four-year battle with colon cancer. Meanwhile, sadly today, we do not have the stock market or the current COVID-19 statistics due to an attempted Chi-Com attack into our systems that shut us down for nearly three days. Sorry.
- 2021 Saturday: Friends, like all of my colleagues, we are praying for a slow weekend. However, if things go awry thanks to the Chi-Com stooge yanking his wank down in the basement of the White House, we will be here reporting on it. Stick around to discover the truth along with all of us…
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
This artwork is #0571 a 24” x 30” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “View from the Fort.” 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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We have a great archival live album release from Jethro Tull, “Live at Carnegie Hall 1970” that came out around the time of the amazing, “Benefit,” and prior to “Aqualung.” The band features Ian Anderson (vocals, flutes, guitars, keyboards), Martin Barre (guitars), Jeffrey Hammond (bass and keyboards), John Evan (keyboards), and Clive Bunker (drums). If you love the band and its music, this is definitely an album all fans should own so we hope you will seek this one out by visiting whatever site it is you do for the absolute best in rock music- you will be extremely glad you did. Please, seek it out ASAP and enjoy.
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[i] We hope to promote the music of the Soft Machine at some point within the next 3-5 years. We hope you will be with us when that celebrated day arrives. We thank you.
[ii] We will present the music of Chicago sometime in 2030 so we hope you will remain with us until then.
[iii] Not clear as to when we present the music of the Fairport Convention and of Richard Thompson, their famed guitarist but we sure as heck hope we do within the next decade.
[iv] We look forward to doing the music of Ike and Tina Turner as well as their separate solo efforts one day.
[v] We expect to do the music of Jethro Tull, Wild Turkey, Ian Anderson, and Paris sometime in the next 5-6 years. We hope you will still be with us.
[vi] Not sure as to when we will get around to doing the great Motown acts but when we do, we will do ALL of them including Aretha Franklin.
[vii] Congressman Eric Swalwell, well-known for his lack of intellect, entered the fray on Monday, April 08, 2019, and was among those sorry low-end losers who had to beg for donations so he could appear on the debate stage. There was no way in hell that anyone would ever vote the so-called ‘Farter-in-Chief’ for anything higher than the House seat he now holds.
[viii] Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper entered the race on March 04, 2019. His most notable contribution to the Democratic Party’s nomination process was an admission that he ‘took his mother to see the porn classic, “Deep Throat,” not knowing fully what it was,’ he claimed mom asked to see the movie. Think what you will. STRANGE.
[ix] Governor Jay Inslee jumped into the running on March 01, 2019, and his big thing- and only thing- was that he was going to devote 100-percent of his time dueling with climate change. He looks, sounds, and acts like a palooka and Democratic voters saw him for the POS he is. He did not last very long.
[x] Congressman Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, an Iraq War vet, entered the race on April 21, 2019. He seemed like a decent guy but when everyone around you is jostling one another to see who can go bat crap crazy far-far-far-left, Congressman Moulton stood no chance at ever winning the nomination.
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