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333. TODAY IN HISTORY—MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2021:
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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Morrison Waite and John Marshall Harlan; “Come Together/Something” by the Beatles, Boston featuring Barry Goudreau, George Harrison, the Mamas, and the Papas featuring Denny Doherty, the Steve Miller Band featuring Tim Davis, and the Young Rascals featuring Felix Cavaliere:
- 799 Monday: The 96th Roman Catholic Pope Leo III, aided by Charles the Great, finally can return to Rome.
- 1314 Thursday: King Philip IV of France died; his eldest son, Louis X., succeeded him.
- 1349 Saturday: Citizens of Augsburg, Germany massacres their Jewish population.
- 1530 Saturday: Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, onetime adviser to England’s King Henry VIII died.
- 1745 Monday: The army of Bonnie Prince Charlie moves into Manchester, England, and occupies Carlisle.
- 1812 Sunday: The Grand Army under the command of Napoleon Bonaparte crosses the Berezina River on its retreat out of Russia, harried by Russian troops from all sides.
- 1816 Friday: In Lyme, CT, future 43rd U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Morrison Waite, is born. First a Whig and then a Republican, President Ulysses S. Grant would nominate him to fill the seat of Associate Justice Salmon P. Chase, Democrat. Waite would serve from 01-21-1874 to 03-23-1888.
- 1864 Tuesday: A Colorado militia led by Col. John Chivington killed at least 400 peaceful Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians in the Sand Creek Massacre. This occurred after the Indians had surrendered and been given permission to camp there.
- 1877 Thursday: The 44th U.S. Supreme Court of the United States Associate Justice John Marshall Harlan assumed his position on the nation’s highest court on this date. President Rutherford B. Hayes nominated Harlan to fill David Davis’ seat. Harlan served from November 29, 1877, to October 14, 1911.
- 1890 Saturday: At West Point, the first Army-Navy football game takes place with Navy winning by a score of 24-0.
- 1892 Tuesday: Alton Brown Strowger received a patent for the rotary dial on this date.
- 1910 Tuesday: British explorer Robert F. Scott, the Terra Nova, set sail from New Zealand carrying Scott and his crew on their ultimately futile, as well as fatal, trip to be the first to reach the South Pole.
- 1912 Friday: A fire destroyed the Maryland Agricultural College, located in College Park.
- 1916 Wednesday: The U.S. Army declares martial law in the Dominican Republic.
- 1918 Friday: Serbia incorporates Montenegro into its territory.
- 1924 Saturday: Italian composer Giacomo Puccini died in Brussels before he could complete his opera “Turandot.” Franco Alfano completed it.
- 1929 Friday: Navy Lt. Commander Richard E. Byrd, pilot Bernt Balchen, radio operator Harold June and photographer Ashley McKinney made the first airplane flight over the South Pole.
- 1932 Tuesday: France and the Soviet Union sign a non-aggression treaty.
- 1940 Friday: Denny Doherty, future member of the Mamas and the Papas,[i] is born in Halifax, Canada.
- 1941 Saturday: In the 29th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat the Ottawa Rough Riders 18-16. Elsewhere, on the Eastern Front, the Germans continue pushing towards Moscow, starving, lice-ridden, and fatigued. One battalion reached the suburb of Gorky while another reached Lobnya, 10 miles short of the city’s limits. From this position, the Germans through field glasses could see the spires of the Kremlin but this was as close as they would come to reaching the Soviet capital.
- 1942 Sunday: Field Marshal Erich von Manstein reaches out to General Friedrich Paulus in Stalingrad informing him that he is building a force of armored units with which to relieve the city and when Operation Winter Storm gets underway, the Sixth Army is going to have to help Manstein do what Hitler ordered the Sixth Army not to do and that is to begin breakout procedures from their encirclement and to meet the relief forces halfway. Everything would depend on whether Paulus would disobey his Fuhrer. That would remain to be seen.
- 1942 Sunday A: Elsewhere, Felix Cavaliere, future keyboardist, and vocalist with the Young Rascals,[ii] is born in Pelham, New York.
- 1943 Monday: Tim Davis, the original drummer for the Steve Miller Band[iii] was born on this date in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
- 1944 Wednesday: The Allies liberate Albania from Axis control during World War II; the day is now a national holiday.
- 1947 Saturday: The U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution calling for the partitioning of Palestine between Arabs and Jews. The United States and 32 other members of the global body voted in favor of the resolution whereas 13 others voted against with 10 abstentions. The Arabs- as usual- rejected the plan which never was implemented. Just think if the Arabs had accepted it, where we would be at today. Meanwhile, in the 35th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Toronto Argonauts defeat the Calgary Stampeders 10-9.
- 1951 Thursday: Winston Churchill is once again the prime minister of Britain, elected by his fellow party members. Meanwhile, the original second guitarist with the band, Boston[iv]—Barry Goudreau—is born on this date in Boston, Massachusetts.
- 1952 Saturday: President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower secretly left on a trip to Korea, keeping his campaign promise personally to assess the ongoing conflict first-hand. Meanwhile, in the 40th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Toronto Argonauts defeat the Edmonton Eskimos 21-11.
- 1958 Saturday: In the 46th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats by a score of 35-28.
- 1961 Wednesday: Cape Canaveral launched Enos the chimp aboard the Mercury-Atlas 5 spacecraft, which orbited the Earth twice before it returned safely, landing off the coast of Puerto Rico.
- 1963 Friday: President Lyndon Baines Johnson sets up the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.[v]
- 1964 Sunday: The U.S. Roman Catholic Church instituted sweeping changes in its liturgy, including the partial use of English instead of Latin.
- 1969 Saturday: “Come Together/Something” by the Beatles[vi] reaches #1 on the pop music charts.
- 1972 Wednesday: The coin-operated video arcade game Pong, created by Atari, made its debut at Andy Capp’s Tavern in Sunnyvale, California.
- 1975 Saturday: Bill Gates adopted the name Microsoft for the company he and Paul Allen had formed to write the BASIC computer language for the Altair.
- 1981 Sunday: Actress Natalie Wood drowned in a boating accident off Santa Catalina Island off California, at the age of 43.
- 1986 Saturday: Actor Cary Grant died in Davenport, Iowa, at age 82.
- 1987 Sunday: North Korean agents blew a Korean Air 707 jetliner en route from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok out of the sky. The agents planted a bomb aboard the aircraft, which resulted in the loss of all 115 people aboard the plane. Meanwhile, in the 75th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Edmonton Eskimos defeat the Toronto Argonauts by a score of 38-36.
- 1989 Wednesday: In response to a growing pro-democracy movement in Czechoslovakia, the communist Parliament ended the party’s 40-year monopoly on power.
- 1990 Thursday: The U.N. Security Council voted to authorize military action if Iraq did not withdraw its troops from Kuwait and release all foreign hostages by January 15, 1991.
- 1991 Friday: Seventeen people lost their lives in a 164-vehicle wreck on Interstate 5 during a dust storm near Coalinga, California.
- 1992 Sunday: In the 80th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Calgary Stampeders defeat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by a score of 24-10.
- 1996 Friday: A U.N. court sentenced Bosnian Serb army soldier Drazen Erdemovic to 10 years in prison for his role in the massacre of 1,200 Muslims. The sentence was the first international war crimes sentence since the end of World War II.
- 2001 Thursday: George Harrison,[vii] the “Quiet Beatle,” died in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer; he was 58 years old.
- 2003 Saturday: Gunmen in Iraq ambushed and killed two Japanese diplomats; Jihadists also murdered seven members of Spain’s military intelligence agency in Mahmudiyah. Elsewhere, thirty-three people lost their lives in the crash of a military plane in the Congo.
- 2004 Monday: President George W. Bush picked Carlos Gutierrez, the chief executive officer of cereal giant Kellogg Co., to be commerce secretary. Elsewhere, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to a Gay-marriage law in Massachusetts.
- 2005 Tuesday: Although the 2005 hurricane season is approaching its end, Tropical Storm Epsilon, the 26th named storm of the season which is remarkable is forming east of Bermuda. Elsewhere, in Lesotho, the government encourages its citizens to get a free HIV test as it tries to stem the rising tide of HIV-AIDS infections. This is believed to be the first program of its kind anywhere in the world.
- 2006 Wednesday: UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan expresses his ‘concerns’ over a resumption of fighting in the Sudan, between the Sudanese military and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army. The world seemingly does not care.
- 2007 Thursday: Iraqi lawmakers stormed out of the nation’s parliament in protest over how U.S. troops treat them with frequent and humiliating searches. Meanwhile, in Caracas, Venezuela, tens of thousands of protesters take to the streets to protest dictatorial thug Hugo Chavez’s measures at reform. People are already succumbing to starvation, malnutrition, disease, and economic misery. Still, “La Revolucion must go on!” Someone whack this guy…
- 2008 Saturday: In an interview with ABC News, outgoing President George W. Bush says when asked about his most significant achievement that ‘No Child Left Behind’ has to be it as well as the stabilized situation in war-torn Iraq. Meanwhile, in Jos, Nigeria, out-of-control riots see at least 381 slain in the frenzy and another 300 or more injured.
- 2009 Sunday: Off the coast of Somalia, pirates takeover a passing Greek-owned oil tanker, the Maran Centaurus. Elsewhere, a gunman shot and killed four Lakewood, Washington, police officers at a coffee shop. Two days later, a Seattle police officer cornered the suspect, Maurice Clemmons and shot him to death while trying to arrest the POS. Finally, Iran approved plans to build 10 industrial scale uranium enrichment facilities in defiance of U.N. demands that it halts enrichment.
- 2010 Monday: The U.S. Department of Justice launches a criminal probe into WikiLeaks to determine where they have gotten the purloined information from the DOD they have been releasing across the Internet. Meanwhile, as economic troubles continue plaguing the United States, President Barack Hussein Obama suggests he might enact a salary freeze for 2 million federal workers.
- 2011 Tuesday: In Tehran, Iranian students invade the British Embassy taking six hostages; the UN Security Council condemns the action. Meanwhile, police in Los Angeles, California, and in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, begin clearing operations against Occupy Wall Street encampments. Elsewhere, the U.S. Senate voted 61-37 to defy the White House on a new measure that authorizes the U.S. military to imprison and to hold indefinitely anyone it suspects of terrorism. President Obama threatens a veto to kill the bill.
- 2012 Thursday: New findings from MESSENGER, NASA’s space probe, indicate almost definitively, that the north pole of Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun, has water ice buried beneath the surface. Meanwhile, patron saint of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day and world-famous artist Beverly Carrick lost her third battle with cancer late in the afternoon of this tragic day.
- 2013 Friday: Experts observing the Comet ISON sweep 730,000 miles over the surface of the sun believe that that part of the comet survived the close encounter; images suggest a small nucleus may have remained intact. Meanwhile, in Iraq following the withdrawal of all U.S. troops, violence continues marring the country as at least 52 people suffer kidnapping, torture, and then receive a bullet to the head. WTF is going on…
- 2014 Saturday: The Egyptian high court clears former President Hosni Mubarak and several other former government officials of murder charges resulting from the deaths of more than 200 protesters during the riots that consumed Cairo during the Arab Spring uprising in 2011. Meanwhile, the Chi-Coms continue running amok in Xinjiang killing Uighur Muslims suspected of terrorism against the communist regime while beating and raping thousands of others. What the heck, Chi-Coms?
- 2015 Sunday: Following the attack on a Planned Parenthood ‘chop shop’ in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the suspect- 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear says his reasoning for attacking the barbaric facility was because of ‘Planned Parenthood’s selling of fetal body parts.’ Of course, the liberals claim this to be “UNTRUE,” whereas filmed footage from Project Veritas and other anti-left groups shows it to be EXTREMELY TRUE. Planned Parenthood officials call such violence against their ‘reproductive rights clinics’ to be ‘domestic terrorism.’ Please!
- 2016 Tuesday: President-elect Donald J. Trump chooses Wall Street fellow billionaire Steven Mnuchin to be his secretary of the U.S. Treasury. Of course, the liberals go berserk. They go even more berserk when he names another billionaire Wilbur Ross to be his secretary of Commerce. Next, the president-elect chooses Elaine Chao- Mitch McConnell’s wife- to be his secretary of Transportation. Meanwhile, leftists in 340 cities across the United States take to the streets demanding a $15 per hour minimum wage.
- 2017 Wednesday: The full Senate announces a debate on President Donald J. Trump’s tax bill, a bill leftists claim will bestow billions of dollars on the wealthiest of Americans which simply is untrue. Meanwhile, #MeToo continues taking names and numbers as more women step up to the plate claiming the fired NBC News anchor Matt Lauer had sexually assaulted and/or molested them. What a guy. In the same vein, National Public Radio senior executive David Sweeney resigns over sexual harassment charges hot on the heels of Senior Vice President for News at NPR Michael Oreskes was forced to resign over similar charges. The movement is devouring its own… finally, lawyers for 88-year-old Democratic Congressman John Conyers say they are going to challenge the #MeToo allegations made against him by numerous former and present staffers.
- 2018 Thursday: Former personal attorney and fixer for President Donald J. Trump- Michael Cohen- pleads guilty to lying to cover for the president. Meanwhile, in Tijuana, Mexico, thousands of Central Americans camping out in the cold trying to find a way, anyway, by which, they can slip across the border into the United States proclaim they are going to stage a hunger strike unless they receive ‘fair treatment.’ Go home, NO one invited you to come, even Mexican citizens are calling it an ‘invasion.’
- 2019 Friday: A POS jihadist Usman Khan went berserk in Central London, United Kingdom, attacking five people with a knife on London Bridge, stabbing two of them fatally. Members of the public rushed to stop him, including a plainclothes officer who restrained him until more heavily armed police arrived on scene and arrested the Islamist scumbag. That’s the so-called ‘religion of peace’ for you.
- 2020 Sunday: 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: 62,531,000 confirmed cases, +479,800, 1,456,794, confirmed deaths, +7,697, and 39,989,784 confirmed recoveries, +345,698. Next, here are the stats for the United States, the intended target of the Chinese-engineered Wuhan Virus pandemic: 13,452,505 confirmed cases, up 226,884 from yesterday’s reporting, 271,184 confirmed deaths, UP 2,680, and 6,551,182 confirmed recoveries, UP 80,606. 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: 1,211,737 confirmed cases, 19,133 confirmed deaths (number readjusted DOWN from last week), and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next here are the numbers for Hawaii: 17,871 confirmed cases, 238 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: 166,731 confirmed cases, 2,828 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at one other state: Nevada- currently, they have 150,527 confirmed cases, 2,136 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at Israel’s numbers now that Mo is living there: 334,789 confirmed cases, 2,854 confirmed deaths, and 321,857 confirmed recoveries. Meanwhile, Admiral Brett Giroir says that by the end of the year, there should be enough Chi-Vi vaccine to immunize 20 million Americans which is strange as the federal government paid for 200 million doses.
- 2020 Sunday A: President Donald J. Trump says he’s ‘sorry’ he ever endorsed Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican, who has done everything possible to drive a dagger into his benefactor’s back regarding the 2020 Presidential Election in the Peach State. Many people suspect that Gov. Kemp is being blackmailed, that the Chi-Coms and their Democratic allies may have photos of the governor with either a dead girl or a live boy in his bed. 2022 is not that far away and people won’t forget. Meanwhile, President Trump says a special prosecutor’ may be appointed to investigate the rampant voter fraud that occurred in the November 3 Election. Elsewhere, a House committee demands records from a private prison in Georgia that houses illegal aliens, primarily illegal alien women. There are claims they are being abused in the facility and House Democrats want to know.
- 2020 Sunday B: In Paris and across France, Antifa rioters are running amok, destroying monuments, buildings, and attacking people in the streets. They are angry over police mistreatment of nonwhite suspects as well as the draconian Wuhan Virus Crisis lockdowns and restrictions. Meanwhile, across the English Channel in Great Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is trying to woo the Tories to aid him in stopping the anti-Bat Flu lockdowns and restrictions protests and riots trashing their country. Will they ever learn? You cannot lock free people up forever; at some point, they are going to rebel. Go for it! Elsewhere, ISIS thugs continue causing trouble in Afghanistan where several suicide bombings have slain at least 34 people and have wounded countless others. Finally, the Iranian regime vows vengeance against Israel for having whacked their chief nuclear scientist earlier in the week. How about this- use the neutron bomb on Iran and eliminate the jihadist scum from the Earth.
- 2020 Sunday C: Here are today’s NFL scores beginning with a recap of Thanksgiving Day’s TWO game (remember, the Steelers-Ravens game has been postponed until Tuesday night due to Chi-Com Bat Virus concerns): (1) Houston Texans, 41 (4-7) @ Detroit Lions, 25 (4-7) and (2) Washington Redskins, 41 (4-7) @ Dallas Cowboys, 16 (3-8). Next: (3) Los Angeles Chargers, 17 (3-8) @ Buffalo Bills, 27 (8-3) 10:00 A.M. Sunday. (4) New York Giants, 19 (4-7) @ Cincinnati Bengals, 17 (2-8-1). (5) Miami Dolphins, 20 (7-4) @ New York Jets, 3 (0-11) 10:00 A.M. (6) Las Vegas Raiders, 6 (6-5) @ Atlanta Falcons, 43 (4-7) 10:00 A.M. (7) Carolina Panthers, 27 (4-8) @ Minnesota Vikings, 28 (5-6) 10:00 A.M. (8) Arizona Cardinals, 17 (6-5) @ New England Patriots, 20 (5-6) 10:00 A.M. (9) Cleveland Browns, 27 (8-3) @ Jacksonville Jaguars, 25 (1-8) 10:00 A.M. (10) Tennessee Titans, 45 (8-3) @ Indianapolis Colts, 26 (7-4) 10:00 A.M. (11) San Francisco 49ers, 23 (5-6) @ Los Angeles Rams, 20 (7-4) 1:05 P.M. (12) New Orleans Saints, 31 (9-2) @ Denver Broncos, 3 (4-7) 1:05 P.M. (13) Kansas City Chiefs, 27 (10-1) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 24 (7-5) 1:25 P.M. Tonight’s Sunday Night Football game: (14) Chicago Bears, 25 (5-6) @ Green Bay Packers, 41 (8-3) 5:20 P.M.
- 2021 Monday: Stay tuned for further developments…
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[i] We hope to offer the music of this veteran San Francisco band sometime in 2025.
[ii] We offered the music of this famed band beginning on Sunday, 08-December-2013 through Saturday, 21-December-2013. Please, check them out and add them to your growing discography.
[iii] We offered the music of this great Bay Area rock band beginning on Wednesday, 27-July-2011 through Wednesday, 24-August-2011. Please check them out and consider adding this awesome band’s music to your collection.
[iv] We hope to present the music of this stellar rock band sometime in 2025. Please, stay tuned for more information.
[v] And of course, we never learned the truth. Once again, the Deep State wins.
[vi] We began promoting the music of both the Beatles and the band’s individual components on Friday, 04-November-2016 through Sunday, 11-June-2018. Besides the Beatles, we also promoted the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison as well as the Traveling Wilburys. The “White Album” appeared on Thursday, 24-November-2016. Please seek out this massive offering by visiting the blog posts between those dates. You will be glad you did. The album from which the song emanates, “Abbey Road,” was presented on Wednesday, 30-November-2016. Please, check it out and add it to your collection.
[vii] See Beatles above.
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