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261. TODAY IN HISTORY—SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2021:
Air Force Birthday and National Cleanup Day
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Joseph Story, John Hessin Clarke, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg; U.S. Acting Attorneys General Paul Clement and Peter Keisler; U.S. Secretary of War Kenneth Claiborne Royall; U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville; Chef James “Jimmy” Hall of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, the Grass Roots featuring P. F. “Flip” Sloan, Jimi Hendrix, WBC Heavyweight Boxing Champion Ken Norton Sr., and the Who:
- 14 Thursday: The Roman Senate officially confirmed Tiberius as the second emperor of the Roman Empire, succeeding Gaius Octavian aka Caesar Augustus.
- 1502 Thursday: On his fourth and final voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus makes landfall in present-day Costa Rica.
- 1739 Friday: Austria and Turkey sign a peace treaty; Austria cedes Belgrade to the Ottoman Empire.
- 1759 Tuesday: The French surrendered Quebec to the British on this date.
- 1769 Monday: The Boston Gazette reported that John Harris had built the first piano made in America, which he named the spinet.
- 1779 Saturday: Future 18th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Joseph Story is born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, on this date. President James Madison nominated the Democratic-Republican to fill the seat of Associate Justice William Cushing. He served from 02-03-1812 to 09-10-1845.
- 1789 Friday: Alexander Hamilton negotiated and secured the first loan for the United States. The federal government repaid the sum of $191,608.81 on June 08, 1790, which paid in full the Temporary Loan of 1789.
- 1793 Wednesday: President George Washington laid the actual cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol.
- 1809 Monday: In London, England, the Royal Opera House opens for business.
- 1810 Tuesday: Chile made its initial declaration of independence from Spain with the formation of a national junta.
- 1812 Friday: The Great Fire of Moscow destroys 90% of the houses and 1,000 churches. The Russians ignited the blazes in their desperate attempt to leave nothing but ‘scorched earth’ for the Napoleonic Grand Armee and its allies as it would not be long before winter would set in early, bringing about the second-greatest military disaster in history. The Nazis and their Axis allies hold the first-greatest military disaster in history with their war in the east 1941-1944.
- 1830 Saturday: The “Tom Thumb,” the first locomotive built in the United States, raced a horse on a nine-mile course. The horse won the race when the locomotive began suffering from some mechanical difficulties.
- 1837 Monday: In New York City, Tiffany & Co., underwent founding.
- 1850 Wednesday: Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act, creating a force of commissioners with the responsibility of returning escaped slaves to their owners in the South.
- 1851 Thursday: The New York Times commences publication; one copy costs $0.02.
- 1857 Friday: Future 68th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John Hessin Clarke is born in New Lisbon, Ohio, on this date. President Woodrow Wilson nominated the Democrat to fill the seat of then-Associate Justice Charles Evans Hughes, a Republican, and Clarke served from 07-24-1916 to 09-18-1922.
- 1862 Thursday: President Abraham Lincoln signed a commission naming Rabbi Jacob Frankel of Rodeph Shalom Congregation in Philadelphia the first Jewish chaplain of the U.S. Army.
- 1891 Friday: Harriet Maxwell Converse is the first white woman to become a Native American chief. The tribe was the Six Nations Tribe at Towanda Reservation in New York.
- 1895 Wednesday: Daniel David Palmer gave the first chiropractic adjustment.
- 1914 Friday: German General Paul von Hindenburg becomes the commander of the German army on the Eastern Front. His government rushes him there because the Russian army is in the process of overrunning East Prussia.
- 1927 Sunday: The Columbia Phonograph Broadcasting System (later CBS) made its on-air-debut with a basic network of 16 radio stations.
- 1931 Friday: An explosion in the Chinese city of Mukden damaged a section of Japanese-owned railway track. Blaming Chinese nationalists, Japan invaded Manchuria the next day.
- 1940 Wednesday: During World War II, 19 German warplanes are shot down over southern England. Elsewhere, Harper and Brothers published “You Can’t Go Home Again” by Thomas Wolfe.
- 1942 Friday: British forces commence landing on the east coast of Madagascar, the Vichy French Island, off the eastern coast of Africa. The Brits are fearful that since the Vichy government is aligned with the Axis that they will allow German U-Boats and Japanese submarines and warships to use the island as a forward base. An ultimatum had been given to the governor-general who blew the Brits off.
- 1944 Monday: The British submarine HMS Tradewind torpedoes the Japanese ship, Junyo Maru resulting in the loss of 5,600 lives.
- 1945 Tuesday: Protesting integration of their schools, 1,000 whites walk out of their local schools, not wanting to mingle with black children. Meanwhile, AICP-END Blogger Chef James “Jimmy” Hall was born on this date. Elsewhere, future guitarist/vocalist with the California pop-rock band, the Grass Roots[i]—P. F. “Flip” Sloan—is born in New York City, NY, on this date.
- 1946 Wednesday: In Mound, Minnesota, Mound Metalcraft underwent founding on this date. In 1955, the company changed its name to Tonka Toys Incorporated.
- 1947 Thursday: The National Security Act passes Congress and is signed by President Harry S. Truman. The act called for the foundation of the United States Air Force as a separate and equal branch of the military. Meanwhile, the 56th and final U.S. Secretary of War Kenneth Claiborne Royall left office on this date. A Democrat, he served under President Harry S. Truman from July 19, 1947, until today and then became the first secretary of the U.S. Army.
- 1954 Saturday: In Camden, Arkansas, future U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville is born. A future Republican, he would enter the world’s greatest deliberative body on January 03, 2021.
- 1955 Sunday: “The Ed Sullivan Show” began airing on CBS-TV. The show had originally been “The Toast of the Town” since 1948.
- 1959 Friday: During his U.S. tour, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev visited Wall Street, the Empire State Building, and the grave of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt; in a speech to the U.N. General Assembly, Khrushchev called on all countries to disarm, a typical communist tactic. To understand this, please read “The Naked Communist” by W. Cleon Skousen.
- 1961 Monday: United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold was killed in a plane crash in northern Rhodesia.
- 1962 Tuesday: Rwanda, Burundi, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago become the 105th, 106th, 107th, and 108th members admitted to the United Nations.
- 1963 Wednesday: “The Patty Duke Show” premiered on ABC-TV on this date.
- 1964 Friday: The situation comedy, “The Addams Family,” inspired by the Charles Addams cartoons, premiered on ABC-TV.
- 1965 Saturday: The first episode of “I Dream of Jeannie” appeared on NBC-TV. The final show was on September 01, 1970.
- 1969 Thursday: Tiny Tim[ii] and Miss Vicky become engaged. Everyone recalls his classic performances on “Laugh-In,” and his worldwide famous song, “Tiptoe through the Tulips.”
- 1970 Friday: Rock star Jimi Hendrix[iii] died in in Kensington, London, UK, at age 27.
- 1973 Tuesday: East and West Germany are admitted to the United Nations.
- 1975 Thursday: Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was captured by the FBI in San Francisco, 19 months after being kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army.
- 1979 Tuesday: The Who[iv] open their U.S. tour by performing several shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden. This is the first tour to feature new drummer Kenney Jones formerly of the Faces.
- 1981 Friday: A museum honoring former President Gerald R. Ford underwent dedication in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on this date.
- 1984 Tuesday: The 39th session of the U.N. General Assembly opened with an appeal to the U.S. and Soviet Union to resume arms negotiations.
- 1990 Tuesday: The organized crime drama “Good Fellas,” directed by Martin Scorsese, had its U.S. Premiere in New York City on this date.
- 1991 Wednesday: President George H.W. Bush said that he would send warplanes to escort U.N. helicopters that were searching for hidden Iraqi weapons if it became necessary.
- 1994 Sunday: Haiti’s military leaders agreed to depart on October 15 to avert a planned U.S.-led invasion force to drive the junta members out of power. Meanwhile, tennis star Vitas Gerulaitis, 40, was found dead in the guest cottage of a friend’s home in Southampton, N.Y., of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.
- 1997 Thursday: Media mogul Ted Turner floats the United Nations $1 billion to keep it up-and-running.
- 1998 Friday: The House Judiciary Committee voted to release to videotape President Clinton’s grand jury testimony.
- 2001 Tuesday: A week after the Islamic terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush said he hoped to “rally the world” in the battle against Muslim jihad terrorism and predicted that all “people who love freedom” would join. Meanwhile, letters postmarked Trenton, N.J., that later tested positive for anthrax were sent to the New York Post and to NBC anchorman and far-left leftist Tom Brokaw.
- 2007 Tuesday: A prosecutor charged O.J. Simpson with seven felonies, including kidnapping, in the alleged armed robbery of sports memorabilia collectors in a Las Vegas casino-hotel room. Simpson received a sentence of nine-to-33 years in prison and in October 2017, the prison system released him on parole. Elsewhere, U.S. Acting Attorney General Paul Clement stepped down from office on this date and his replacement- Acting U.S. Attorney General Paul Keisler- assumed the role. Keisler served from today until November 09, 2007.
- 2012 Tuesday: GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney says the Palestinians are ‘committed to the destruction of Israel.’ This brings all sorts of derisive insults from the Democrats—it is TRUE however!
- 2013 Wednesday: Concerned over weakening growth in the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve announces plans to continue its stimulus program, which injects $85 billion a month into the nation’s economy—ergo everything is fucked up, it is paper money with nothing to back it. Meanwhile, former WBC heavyweight champion of the world, Ken Norton, Sr., died on this date at age 70 in Henderson, Nevada. Over the course of his professional career, he would amass a record of fifty fights, 42 wins (33 KOS), 7 losses, and 1 draw. He would face off against Muhammad Ali three times, win once and lose the next two.
- 2014 Thursday: Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange; its pre-IPO market valuation of almost $168 billion exceeds that of American e-commerce giant Amazon by over $17 billion.
- 2015 Friday: As the civil war rages in Syria (and the Obama administration sits on the sidelines), CBS News raises the question: ‘is it time for the U.S. and its allies to intervene in the war-torn, s-hole country to halt the flow of Muslim ‘refugees’ and ‘migrants’ who are overrunning Europe?’ Nope, it’s never time to enter into a conflict in an unimportant country, one that could become a cemetery for Russian, Chechen, and Iranian thugs and jihadi scumbags.
- 2016 Sunday: The United Russia Party- Vladimir Putin’s political party- wins big in the parliamentary elections winning 54-percent of all seats and installing his long-time crony, Dmitri Medvedev as prime minister. What else is new? These guys are a bunch of murderous hacks.
- 2017 Monday: In the Caribbean, the island of Dominica takes a full-on hit from Cat 5 Hurricane Maria which passes directly over the island, destroying 90-percent or more of all structures and claiming the lives of at least twenty-seven people. Others are unaccounted for which says a great deal about the strength of this storm.
- 2018 Tuesday: Following the Trump administration slapping $200 billion of tariffs on goods coming to the United States from the Peoples Republic (Communist) China, Beijing slaps $60 billion of tariffs onto the few American goods entering the communist nation. Elsewhere, South Africa’s Constitutional Court rules it’s okay for adults to smoke pot and use cannabis products as long as they do so in private places like homes and private clubs.
- 2019 Wednesday: The White House does something good for the country when it says that states like California cannot enact their own emissions standards on automobiles which brings down the cost of the cars sold in the state. Thank you, President Trump, for looking after the American people and keeping your promises. Woe to Gov. Gavin “The Smiler” Newsom who wanted to make the emissions standards even more onerous.
- 2020 Friday: To the horror of the Chi-Coms and their vociferous protests, the Trump administration agrees to sell SEVEN big weapons systems including drones and seaborne smart mines to Taiwan. The Chinese are howling with rage to which, we say, “It’s time to return to the TWO-CHINA POLICY and recognize Taiwan as- if not the rightful ruler of mainland China- then as a separate equal nation. Moving on, President Trump says that another $13 billion in aid to American farmers will go out next week. Next, the reward for the POS attempted assassin in Los Angeles, California, this past Sunday, in which a punk strode up to a police car in Compton and shot two L.A. Sheriff’s Department deputies at close range has grown to $675,000. Catch the shooter and whack him.
- 2020 Friday A: Dr. Tony Fauci says it’s highly likely we will see a vaccine for the Xi Jinping Bat Flu Chinese Virus Crisis sometime in October or November. Speaking of the Wuhan Waltz, “Pro-China Joe” Biden is pulling back from saying he would impose a national mask mandate. Poor old Joe, he has no clue what he is saying on any given day. When is someone going to charge Dr. Jill Biden with elder abuse? Speaking of “Gropin’ Joe,” Howie Kurtz on Fox News Channel noted that last night’s CNN ‘Town Hall’ with the former VP and Anderson Cooper was not even softball, that it was akin to “T-Ball,” noting that Trump received all manner of hateful questions in his earlier in the week while everyone treated Senile Old Joe with kid gloves. What a laugh. True what Howie said, however.
- 2020 Friday B: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that mail-in ballots are valid up to three days after Election Day in November. Meanwhile, Nancy “Mumbles” Pelosi doubles down on her demand for a $2 trillion Chinese Virus relief bill. President Donald J. Trump says he is in favor of the larger bill and advises the GOP to consider it as he wants to get COVID-19 Bat Flu emergency aid to the American people NOW. The president also signed a $11.6 billion aid package for the people of Puerto Rico, beset by corruption, mismanagement, and criminality on the part of their government.
- 2020 Friday C: Folks, here are the numbers for the Xi Jinping Bat Flu- Pelosi Pox: Here are the statistics for the planet as a whole: 30,290,791 confirmed cases, +287,413, 947,919, confirmed deaths, +4,716, and 20,623,028 confirmed recoveries, +224,627. Next, here are the stats for the United States, the intended target of the Chinese-engineered Wuhan Virus pandemic: 6,780,553 confirmed cases, up 21,695 from yesterday’s reporting, 200,985 confirmed deaths, UP 433, and 3,659,384 confirmed recoveries, UP 2,256. Next, in the three states in which, 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: 778,977 confirmed cases, 14,883 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next here are the numbers for Hawaii: 11,211 confirmed cases, 107 confirmed deaths, and 4,248 confirmed recoveries. Finally, here are the stats for leftist-Marxist-socialist hellhole of Washington: 85,133 confirmed cases, 2,124 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Now that Mo has relocated to Israel, let’s look at the statistics there: 179,071 confirmed cases, 1,196 confirmed deaths, and 126,329 confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at one other state: Indiana- currently, they have 111,900 confirmed cases, 3,495 confirmed deaths, but NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries- thank you, Governor Eric Holcomb, you are a REPUBLICAN- why are you behaving like a Democrat?
- 2020 Friday D: Here are the stats for today’s Stock Market closes: first the DOW Jones Industrial Average, 27,657.42, DOWN 244.56 points (-0.88%). Next, here are the stats for the NASDAQ: 10,793.28, DOWN 117.00 points (-1.07%). Finally, here are the numbers for the S&P 500: 3,319.47, DOWN 37.54 points (-1.12%). Price of GOLD: $1,957.10 per troy oz., -5.00 (-0.25%). Here is the price of SILVER: $26.95 per troy oz., -0.179 (-0.66%). Price of PLATINUM: $932.80 per troy oz., -5.70 (-0.61%). Price of PALLADIUM: $2,370.00 per troy oz., +31.50 (+1.35%). Here is the price of COPPER: $3.11 per #, -0.009 (-0.29%). Price of Light Sweet Crude Oil per barrel: $40.98, -0.13 (-0.32%). Today, one-dollar U.S. = 6.77 PRC yuan whereas one U.S. greenback = 0.84 euros. Just for a lark, $1 U.S. = 76.75 Afghan afghani.
- 2020 Friday E: U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman nominated to serve on the nation’s highest court has died at age 87 from complications from recurring cancer. She was the first Jewish woman to serve on the court and President Bill Clinton was the president who nominated her. She assumed her seat on the court on August 10, 1993. God bless you, RBG!
- 2021 Saturday: At the start of the day, we have no clue what the Chi-Coms and their Democratic Party allies are up to but let’s find out together…
BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:
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One of the joys music fans have had throughout the years are offerings of either the BBC show or other radio broadcasts. Most every band is leaping atop the “Transmission” series of albums and Jethro Tull’s “Transmission Impossible” came out on February 21, 2021. This one is an imported version entitled, “Early Days Live on Air” that came out on July 23, 2021. This is a multi-disc set featuring much of the earlier lineups’ repertoire so we hope the diehard fans and the novices alike will rush to Amazon.com or whatever other site it is you choose and check this one out. There is not enough live music featuring the earlier musicians such as Mick Abrahams and Glenn Cornick so anytime an offering arrives on the shelves of record stores, well, you need to add this one to your collection- you will be glad you did.
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[i] 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.
[ii] We will promote the music of Tiny Tim before we ever do a slut like Madonna.
[iii] We began promoting the music of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Jimi Hendrix on Sunday, 22-December-2013 through Thursday, 16-January-2014. Please check the albums out, you will enjoy them.
[iv] We promoted the music of the Who and of its individual band members beginning on Monday, 03-August-2015 through Sunday, 29-November-2015. We hope you will seek out the music of this veteran British band as well as of Pete Townsend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, and Roger Daltrey. We know you will enjoy them.
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