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347. TODAY IN HISTORY—MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2021:
NATIONAL GUARD 385th BIRTHDAY (OBSERVANCE)
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Nelson; U.S. Attorney-General Amos T. Akerman; U.S. Treasury Secretary George P. Schultz; U.S. Secretary of War Jacob M. Dickenson; Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein; the Amboy Dukes featuring Ted Nugent, the Doobie Brothers featuring Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, George Harrison, King Crimson featuring Trey Gunn, the Lovin’ Spoonful featuring Zal Yanovsky, and the Nice featuring David “Davy” O’List:
- 1124 Saturday: The 162nd Roman Catholic Pope Callixtus II ends his reign as the shepherd of all Christendom on this date. He first assumed his duties on February 02, 1119.
- 1294 Monday: St. Celestine V ends his reign as the 192nd Roman Catholic Pope on this date. Sadly, for Celestine, his reign was a short one seeing as how it began on July 05, 1294.
- 1521 Tuesday: Future Pope Sixtus V is born in the Papal States in Italy on this date. He would become the leader of the Catholic Church on April 24, 1585, and would guide his flock until August 27, 1590.
- 1577 Tuesday: Five ships under the command of Sir Francis Drake embark from Plymouth, England, on a circumnavigation of the globe, a journey that would take him three years to complete.
- 1636 Saturday: The United States National Guard organized on this date when militia regiments organized under the authority of the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
- 1642 Saturday: Dutch navigator Abel Tasman sighted present-day New Zealand.
- 1754: The 89th caliph of all Islam Mahmud I died on this date bringing his reign to an end. He began his rule on October 02, 1730. His successor, the 90th Caliph Osman III assumed his rule on this date and would guide all Islam until his death on October 30, 1757.
- 1769 Wednesday: Dartmouth College in New Hampshire received its charter on this date.
- 1809 Wednesday: In Danville, Kentucky, a doctor performed the first abdominal surgery on patient, Jane Todd Crawford, sans anesthetic; no knowledge as to whether the surgery was successful, or it was not.
- 1816 Friday: John Adamson received a patent for a dry dock.
- 1843 Wednesday: Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” undergoes publication; the public buys 6,000 copies.
- 1862 Saturday: Union forces led by Major General Ambrose Burnside launched futile attacks against entrenched Confederate soldiers at the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg; the soundly defeated Union troops withdrew two days later. Approximately 11,000 Federal troops died in the battle. Note: It was during this battle that witnesses claimed Confederate General Robert E. Lee to have remarked, “It is well that war is too terrible, or we should grow too fond of it.”
- 1871 Wednesday: The 31st U.S. Attorney-General Amos T. Akerman left office on this date. First a Whig and then a Republican, he served under President Ulysses S. Grant from November 23, 1870, to December 13, 1871.
- 1873 Saturday: In Cooperstown, NY, the 29th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Samuel Nelson died. President John Tyler nominated his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of Democratic-Republican Associate Justice Smith Thompson. Nelson served from February 14, 1845, to November 28, 1872.
- 1884 Saturday: Percy Everitt received a patent for the first coin-operated weighing machine.
- 1903 Sunday: The Wright Brothers make their first test-flight at Kitty Hawk. Meanwhile, in New Jersey, Italo Marcioni patents the ice cream cone.
- 1913 Saturday: In the U.S., the Federal Reserve System underwent establishment.
- 1916 Wednesday: An avalanche in the Tyrol Alps kills over 10,000 Austrian and Italian troops over the course of 24 hours during World War I.
- 1918 Friday: President Woodrow Wilson arrived in France, becoming the first chief executive to visit Europe while in office.
- 1920 Monday: In New York City, N.Y., future 62nd U.S. Treasury Secretary George P. Schultz is born. A future Republican, he would serve under President Richard Nixon from June 12, 1972, to May 08, 1974. Subsequent to this, he would serve his nation as its 60th U.S. Secretary of State. In this capacity, he would serve under President Ronald Reagan from July 16, 1982, to January 20, 1989.
- 1928 Thursday: In Nashville, Tennessee, the 44th U.S. Secretary of War Jacob M. Dickenson died at age 77. A Democrat, he served under President William Howard Taft from 3-12-1909 to 05-21-1911. Elsewhere, “An American in Paris,” by George Gershwin, premiered at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
- 1930 Saturday: Bette Davis arrives in Hollywood, California, under contract to Universal Studios.
- 1936 Sunday: In the NFL, the Boston Redskins play their final game, losing to the Green Bay Packers by a score of 21-6; the team then moves to Washington, D.C.
- 1937 Monday: The Chinese city of Nanjing fell to Japanese forces; what followed was a massacre of prisoners of war, soldiers, and civilians. China maintains that over 300,000 people died during the conflagration of blood and death while the Japanese say it was much less.
- 1939 Wednesday: At the Rio Plata off South America, three British Royal Navy cruisers trap the German pocket battleship, the Graf Spee. On the Eastern Front, the Soviets are attempting to throw the Germans back from the gates of Moscow. The First Shock Army in coordination with the Thirtieth Army were punching through German resistance on the Kalinin Front and were approaching the German-held city of Klin. They would begin an encirclement into the night and would assault the city tomorrow.
- 1942 Sunday: Reichskommissar Artur Seyss-Inquart proclaimed Dutch Nazi Anton Mussert leader of the Netherlands on this date. Meanwhile, on the Eastern Front, the 6th Panzer Division arrived at Aksai River. They paused there to permit 800 trucks bringing supplies for the Sixth Army trapped in Stalingrad to catch up to them. Once they did, they set off on their next goal, a dash to the Mishkova River where Soviet resistance would begin stiffening. Field Marshal Erich von Manstein was trying to communicate with Lt. Gen. Friedrich von Paulus in the doomed city, but Soviet countermeasures made communications difficult. Coordinating the breakout became challenging.
- 1944 Wednesday: During World War II, a Japanese Kamikaze attack off the island of Negros in the Philippines irreparably damaged the U.S. cruiser USS Nashville and killed 138 sailors and left many more wounded.
- 1948 Monday: Future hard rock guitarist/vocalist Ted Nugent who played with the Amboy Dukes[i] and then on a long, long solo career, is born on this date in Detroit, Michigan. Another famous guitarist, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter- who would play first with Steely Dan[ii] and then with the Doobie Brothers[iii]– is born in Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, in Great Britain, future guitarist/vocalist with the British rock band, the Nice[iv], 1967-68—David “Davy” O’List—is born in London, England.
- 1949 Tuesday: The Israeli Knesset votes to transfer the nation’s capital to Jerusalem, causing unrest among the Muslims.
- 1950 Wednesday: James Dean begins his career with an appearance in a Pepsi commercial.
- 1960 Tuesday: Future guitarist/vocalist with the British progressive rock band, King Crimson[v], 1994-2003—Trey Gunn—is born in the USA on this date.
- 1961 Wednesday: In Israel, Gideon Hauser demands the death penalty for convicted Nazi Final Solution architect, Adolph Eichmann.
- 1962 Thursday: The United States launched Relay 1, a communications satellite that transmitted television, telephone, and digital signals.
- 1964 Sunday: In El Paso, Texas, U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Mexican President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz set off an explosion diverting the course of the Rio Grande River to alter the U.S. – Mexican border. This ended a century-old border dispute. However, looking back on history, the United States should have annexed Mexico at the end of the Mexican American War 1846-1848, which would have had the citizens speaking English now and would have stopped the flood of illegal aliens pouring into the country. Just saying.
- 1966 Tuesday: During the Vietnam War, the U.S. bombed the city of Hanoi for the first time.
- 1972 Wednesday: In San Diego, California, Ken Norton wins a unanimous decision in a 10-round bout by beating Charlie Reno. Norton’s pro-record would go to 29-1.
- 1974 Friday: Malta became a republic on this date. Elsewhere, George Harrison visited the White House where he visited with President Gerald R. Ford.
- 1977 Tuesday: An Air Indiana Flight 216, a DC-3 carrying the University of Evansville basketball team on a flight to Nashville, crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all 29 people on board.
- 1978 Wednesday: The Philadelphia Mint began stamping the Susan B. Anthony dollar, which went into circulation in July 1979; this is the first U.S. coin honoring a female.
- 1981 Sunday: Polish authorities imposed martial law in a crackdown on the Solidarity labor movement and kept it in place until 1983.
- 1985 Friday: Heavyweight boxer Leon Spinks beat his opponent Kip Kane at the 1:37 minute mark of Round 8 in a 12-round heavyweight title bout thus improving his record to 17-4-2. In so doing, Spinks won the vacant WBC Continental Americas heavyweight boxing title.
- 1988 Tuesday: PLO leader and liar Yasser Arafat addresses the United Nations at a summit in Geneva, Switzerland.
- 1989 Wednesday: Warner Brothers put the film, “Driving Miss Daisy,” starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy, into limited release.
- 1991 Friday: In South Africa, President F. W. De Klerk and Nelson Mandela meet to discuss ending the Apartheid culture of the nation. Elsewhere, both Koreas sign an accord calling for reconciliation between the two countries. Meanwhile, heavyweight boxer James “Bonecrusher” Smith scores a KO at the 1:50 minute mark of Round 1 in a 10-round bout over Andre Crowder. The pro record of “Bonecrusher” Smith would go to 31-9-1. In another bout, heavyweight Riddick Bowe would score a TKO over his opponent, Elijah Tillery at the 1:14 minute mark of Round 4 in a 10-round bout. Bowe’s record would go to 28-0 while the record of Tillery would go to 27-1.
- 1992 Sunday: In his 47th pro bout, heavyweight contender Greg Page would score a TKO over Kevin P. Porter in the 8th round of a 10-round bout. Page’s record would go to 36-11.
- 1993 Monday: The Dow Jones Industrial Average hits a record 3764.43 points.
- 1994 Tuesday: An American Eagle commuter plane crashed short of Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina, killing 15 of the 20 people aboard it.
- 1997 Saturday: A ribbon cutting ceremony occurred in Los Angeles, California, for the $1 billion Getty Center, one of the largest art centers in the United States. Meanwhile, heavyweight boxer Tim Witherspoon loses a 12-round unanimous decision to Larry Donald dropping his record to 46-6. Donald retained the WBC Continental America Heavyweight belt while his record improved to 30-1-1.
- 2000 Wednesday: Al Gore, Democrat, conceded the presidential election of the same year to Republican George W. Bush. This occurred after the U.S. Supreme Court ordered a stop to the ongoing Florida recount thus giving both the state and the presidency to the Texas governor. Speaking of Texas, the so-called ‘Texas Seven’- a band of seven incarcerated thugs breaks out of the John Connally Unit near Kenedy, Texas, and go on a rape, robbery, and murder spree. They were on the lam until concerned civilians noticed them posing as ‘Christian missionaries’ and fingered them to the cops. Eventually, four of them were executed in Texas’ death house.
- 2001 Thursday: The Pentagon officially released a captured videotape jihadist thug POS Osama bin Laden in which the al-Qaida leader said the deaths and destruction achieved by the Sept. 11 attacks exceeded his “most optimistic” expectations. About 10 years later, the Obama administration launched a raid into Pakistan that took the Islamist pig out.
- 2002 Friday: Zal Yanovsky—lead guitarist with the Lovin’ Spoonful[vi]—died from a heart attack in Kingston, Ontario, Canada; he was 57. Meanwhile, Cardinal Bernard Law resigned as Boston archbishop because of the clergy sex abuse scandal.
- 2003 Saturday: U.S. forces capture Saddam Hussein outside of Tikrit, Iraq. The murderous thug was hiding in a hole underneath a farmhouse in the city of Adwar. Elsewhere, in the 69th Annual Heisman Trophy Award, Oklahoma quarterback Jason White wins the prize.
- 2004 Monday: A jury in Redwood City recommended the death penalty for Scott Peterson for the murder of his pregnant wife, Laci, and their unborn child. Across the globe in Seoul, South Korea, self-proclaimed cannibal Yoo Young-Chol, accused of killing and eating 20 young women, mostly prostitutes, receives the death sentence.
- 2005 Tuesday: A European Union investigation into CIA activities on European soil- and elsewhere in the world- leads to allegations of the Central Intelligence Agency’s kidnapping and abductions of European citizens. They contend the U.S. spy agency spirits the hapless individuals to secret black site prisons. That damned President George W. Bush! Officials in the EU say that these scurrilous rendition policies may harm cooperation between European intel agencies and U.S. intel agencies.
- 2006 Wednesday: Two al-Qaida attacks in Kirkuk and Baghdad, Iraq, kill at least 23 Iraqis and wounds approximately another 52 people.
- 2007 Thursday: The U.S. Senate passes a bill that would increase automobile fuel standards for the first time in three decades. Elsewhere, a USMC soldier is found guilty of killing an Iraqi soldier while the two were standing guard in Fallujah. We are sure he must have a good reason for killing the man.
- 2008 Saturday: The Pakistani air force claims that Indian warplanes violated its airspace but turned them back with a show of force. Meanwhile, on the Japanese island of Kyushu, leaders of Japan, South Korea, and the Chi-Coms meet to discuss the ongoing global fiscal crisis affecting the globe. Elsewhere, in his final bout as a pro, heavyweight Riddick Bowe scores a unanimous decision in an 8-round bout over German boxer George Pukall. Bowe’s record would go to 43-1-1. His overall record would be 45 fights, 43 wins (33 by KO), 1 loss, and 1 no contest.
- 2009 Sunday: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi suffers a knockdown to the ground and hit in the face after a political rally in Milan, Italy. Meanwhile, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair tells an interviewer that he ‘still would have gone to war in Iraq even if he had known there were no weapons of mass destruction.’
- 2010 Monday: Auburn Quarterback Cam Newton wins the 76th Heisman Trophy Award. Newton would go on to play with the Carolina Panthers and in the 2020-21 Season would take Tom Brady’s place on the New England Patriots’ roster.
- 2011 Tuesday: In an affront to the Obama Administration, Iran refuses to return the RQ-170 Sentinel drone after it crash-landed in their country and report that they are in the process of extracting data from the craft. Meanwhile, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder vows to go after states that have restrictive voting laws. By this he means states that have VOTER ID LAWS. Democrats HATE Voter ID Laws.
- 2012 Thursday: European Union finance ministers vote to give European Central Bank new powers to supervise Euro Zone’s banks. Meanwhile, after the GOP announces to plans to challenge her nomination for U.S. secretary of state, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice withdraws her nomination.
- 2013 Friday: The body of former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, flies from Pretoria to the leader’s ancestral village of Qunu, his final resting place.
- 2014 Saturday: Thousands of people march in Washington, D.C., protesting recent killings of unarmed black men by the police; the demand an end to racial profiling and injustice in the U.S. legal system as well as an end to police brutality.
- 2015 Sunday: At the Climate Change Summit in Paris, world leaders crow that they have ‘reached a deal’ but it is not enough for the hundreds of thousands of climate protesters running amok in the streets. They demand more. After all, the planet will be beyond recovery by 2020. Elsewhere, in Germany, law enforcement says 69 officers were injured in protests directed at neo-Nazis.
- 2016 Tuesday: Much to the horror of American liberals, President-elect Donald J. Trump chooses Texas Governor Rick Perry to become his secretary of Energy. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Energy is bucking the Trump transition team by refusing to provide the names of its members who worked on the Obama climate change strategy. Yet in 2020, with ‘President-elect Pro-China Joe’ Biden appearing to be ‘incoming,’ the Dems are calling for UNITY. Hypocrites. Next, President-elect Donald J. Trump chooses Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke to become his secretary of the Interior.
- 2017 Wednesday: In Yemen, a Saudi-led airstrike on a Houthi rebel camp in the nation’s capital of Sana’a kills at least 30 Iranian-backed terrorists and wounds loads of others. Light ‘em up! Meanwhile, Palestinian militants fire a barrage of rockets into Israel. The minister of defense said the Iron Dome took out two of the missiles while one went down in an open field. Retribution soon to come.
- 2018 Thursday: The U.S. Senate voted 56-41 to end participation in the Saudi war in neighboring Yemen where Iranian-backed Houthi rebels are trying to overthrow the Arab nation. Then, the Senate passed a unanimous resolution that Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman was 100-percent responsible for the murder of Saudi American journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
- 2019 Friday: House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, announces the committee will return on Tuesday for a final impeachment vote which will then leave the whole charade up to Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-KY, in the Senate to proceed with an impeachment trial. Some Democrat loudmouths demand that Sen. McConnell recuse himself because of his stated coordination with the White House. What is it about the Dems that they are ALWAYS trying to stack the deck in their favor?
- 2020 Sunday: In a strange twist of fate (yeah, right), reports continue surfacing that show ‘President-elect Pro-China Joe’ Biden’s son Hunter did not report $400 thousand in cash given to him by none other than Burisma, the natural gas energy company in the Ukraine. Speaking of Burisma, corruption, and Democrats, we now learn that POS Democrat Congressman Adam Schiff of California ALSO has problems with corruption scandals seeing as how he is linked to several corrupt Ukrainian and other foreign companies and oligarchs such as Igor Pasternak who donated vast sums of cash to the derelict congressman’s campaign fund. Other companies to whom Congressman Schiff is tied are Black Rock and Franklin-Templeton. Add this to Congressman Eric Swalwell, another California Democrat, and his ties to Beijing via schlepping Ministry of State Service female intelligence agent and you can easily see that whatever Democrats accuse others of doing is what they themselves are guilty of doing. Speaking of corrupt Democrats, former staffer to New York Governor Andrew “I’m a Moron” Cuomo, aka Andrew the Murderer, Lindsey Boylan claims the governor sexually harassed her off and on during the time in which, she worked for the dimwitted governor from March 2015 to October 2018.
- 2020 Sunday A: The NYPD launches an investigation into what is occurring in Brooklyn- two EMS units have been held up at gunpoint with medical supplies and equipment being stolen from them within one week of another. Speaking of crime and medicine, the FBI warns the American people to be aware of scams surrounding distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines. Elsewhere, health officials say a ‘twindemic’ is unlikely in that cases of the flu are down this year, so a twin pandemic of flu and the Chi-Vi are highly unlikely.
- 2020 Sunday B: U.S. Congressman William “Bill” Pascrell, D-NJ 9th District, urges his master, House Speaker Nancy “Mumbles” Pelosi NOT to seat 126 Republican congressmen all because they are defending President Trump in his fight against the rampant corruption that occurred in several battleground states around the country. He feels they are unfit for service. What will the senile speaker do? Meanwhile, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-CA, and Senator Tim Scott celebrate the life and times of the first black American to serve in Congress after the U.S. Civil War- Congressman Joseph Rainey, of South Carolina’s 1st House District. When Senator Scott was Congressman Scott, he represented the same district.
- 2020 Sunday C: Moms for America is going to throw a Keep Christmas Rally and Celebration to push back on ever sectarian government’s drive to blot out Christianity. We must drive every anti-Christian and anti-Semite out of office. Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., at the Bus Tour for Trump Rally, My Pillow guy, Mike Lindell, blasts fascist governors around the country for using the Xi Jinping Bat Flu as an excuse for imposing harsh restrictions and draconian lockdowns on their citizens. In addition to this, he also blasts election fraud and questions WHY the Fake News Media did NOT release the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to Election Day. Elsewhere, in the state of Missouri, a man who once was a gangbanger- Darrion Cockrell- becomes the state’s 2021 Teach of the Year. Congratulations! (Mr. Cockrell is a physical-education teacher at Crestwood Elementary School).
- 2020 Sunday D: On the foreign front, Russia fires off four ballistic missiles in tests. Meanwhile, the United Kingdom and the European Union are still working to make Brexit a reality even as the UK sends several patrol boats to protect English fishing waters from encroachment by EU fishing boats. Elsewhere, the U.S. Navy ends search for U.S. Navy sailor who purportedly went over the side of the USS Theodore Roosevelt into the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean. The sailor- 20-year-old Aviation Ordinanceman Airman Apprentice Ethan Goolsby hails from San Antonio, Texas.
- 2020 Sunday E: Here are the results for today’s NFL early games, beginning with a recap of Thursday night’s game: (1) New England Patriots, 3 (6-7) @ Los Angeles Rams, 24 (9-4). Now here are the results for today’s early games: (2) Houston Texans, 7 (4-9) @ Chicago Bears, 36 (6-7) Sunday 10:00 A.M. (3) Arizona Cardinals, 26 (7-6) @ New York Giants, 7 (5-8) 10:00 A.M. (4) Minnesota Vikings, 14 (6-7) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 26 (8-5) 10:00 A.M. (5) Dallas Cowboys, 30 (4-9) @ Cincinnati Bengals, 7 (2-10-1) 10:00 A.M. (6) Denver Broncos, 32 (5-8) @ Carolina Panthers, 27 (4-9) 10:00 A.M. (7) Kansas City Chiefs, 33 (12-1) @ Miami Dolphins, 27 (8-5) 10:00 A.M. and (8) Tennessee Titans, 31 (9-4) @ Jacksonville Jaguars, 10 (1-12) 10:00 A.M. Late games next:
- 2020 Sunday F: Here are the scores for today’s late NFL games: (9) New York Jets, 3 (0-13) @ Seattle Seahawks, 40 (9-4) 1:05 P.M. (10) Indianapolis Colts, 44 (9-4) @ Las Vegas Raiders, 27 (8-5) 1:05 P.M. (11) Green Bay Packers (9-3) @ Detroit Lions (5-7) 1:25 P.M. (12) Atlanta Falcons, 17 (4-9) @ Los Angeles Chargers, 20 (4-9) 1:25 P.M. (13) Washington Redskins (5-7) @ San Francisco 49ers (5-7) 1:25 P.M. (14) New Orleans Saints (10-02) @ Philadelphia Eagles (3-8-1) 1:25 P.M. and (15) Pittsburgh Steelers, 15 (11-2) @ Buffalo Bills, 26 (10-3) 5:20 P.M. Tomorrow on Monday Night Football: (16) Baltimore Ravens (7-5) @ Cleveland Browns (9-3) Monday Night 5:15 P.M.
- 2020 Sunday G: Folks, here are the numbers for the Xi Jinping Yellow Bat Flu- the -disease the Chi-Coms manufactured in their Wuhan biowarfare lab and their allies, the Democratic Party- used to throw the election to “Pro-China Joe” Biden, aka “Chi-Com Joe”: Here are the statistics for the planet as a whole: 72,084,868 confirmed cases, +619,208, 1,610,265, confirmed deaths, +9,027, and 47,064,409 confirmed recoveries, +1,521,606. Next, here are the stats for the United States, the intended target of the Chinese-engineered Wuhan Virus pandemic: 16,322,151 confirmed cases, up 164,818 from yesterday’s reporting, 302,058 confirmed deaths, UP 1,480, and 7,443,901 confirmed recoveries, UP 45,374.
- 2020 Sunday H: 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: 1,558,275 confirmed cases, 20,976 confirmed deaths (number readjusted DOWN from last week), and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next here are the numbers for Hawaii: 19,315 confirmed cases, 269 confirmed deaths, and no longer any mention of confirmed recoveries at this point. Finally, here are the stats for leftist-Marxist-socialist hellhole of Washington: 207,399 confirmed cases, 3,043 confirmed deaths (down from a week ago), and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at one other state: Maine- currently, they have 15,923 confirmed cases, 257 confirmed deaths, and 10,941 confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at Israel’s numbers now that Mo is living there: 355,786 confirmed cases, 2,983 confirmed deaths, and 335,243 confirmed recoveries. Regarding the Beijing Bug, leaders in the U.S. House and Senate continue trying to agree on a Chi-Vi relief bill but cannot hammer one out. Week after week, these losers go through the motions trying to provide relief to the American people but never f**king do. VOTE ALL OF THEM OUT OF OFFICE WHEN THEY COME UP FOR RE-ELECTION BEGINNING WITH DENTURE-WEARING NANCY ‘MUMBLES’ PELOSI!
- 2020 Sunday I: Here is where we were one year ago today: even though it’s Sunday, we understand that the Chi-Coms via their allies in Iran, Russia, and Canada- along with their bozos in the Democratic Party- are up to no-good which is why we encourage everyone to stick around and uncover what these dog-eating Chi-Coms and their partners in crime are up to today. One thing we learned today is that Columbia University accepted $1,000,000 from the Confucius Institute in Beijing. While they claim it’s on the up-and-up, everyone knows they are taking Chi-Com money in exchange for access to research secrets. MF-ers!
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[i] Not sure when we will begin promoting the Amboy Dukes and Ted Nugent but we hope to do so within the next decade. Please stay tuned.
[ii] If the blog is still around after 2030, we hope to offer the music of this famed U.S. rock band. We hope you will be here when we do. Thank you.
[iii] If the blog is still around after 2030, we hope to offer the music of this famed U.S. rock band. We hope you will be here when we do. Thank you.
[iv] When we begin promoting the music of Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, we will preface it with the Nice- sometime in 2024.
[v] We shared the music of King Crimson beginning on Monday, 20-October-2014 and finished the presentation on Sunday, 21-December-2014. Please seek them out and consider adding them to your collection.
[vi] We began promoting the music of the Lovin’ Spoonful on Saturday, 14-September-2013 and concluded the presentation on Tuesday, 24-September-2013. Please check them out and add them to your growing CD collection- they are one of the greats.
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