TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 25, 2020

2018: After things not going well between President Donald J. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the latter boards his armored train and heads to Beijing so he can powwow with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. Meanwhile, in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, a fire breaks out at a shopping mall that claims the lives of at least 64 and injures numerous others.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 25, 2020:

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice George Sutherland; the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.; “Yesterday and Today” by the Beatles, Buck Owens, the Byrds featuring Kevin Kelly, Elton John, Tower of Power featuring Stephen “Doc” Kupka, and “Happy Together” by the Turtles:

  1. 31 A.D.: According to calendar-maker Dionysius Exiguous, the people of the time celebrated the First Easter.
  2. 708: Constantine begins his reign as Catholic Pope.
  3. 1199: Richard I, Lion Heart, King of England, suffers a wound from a crossbow while fighting in France; the wound would turn septic and he would die on April 06.
  4. 1306: Robert the Bruce was crowned King of Scots.
  5. 1634: The first settlers found the Catholic colony of Maryland.
  6. 1669: Mount Etna erupts in Sicily, killing at least 20,000 people.
  7. 1776: The Continental Congress awarded the first Congressional Gold Medal to General George Washington, commander of the Continental Army.
  8. 1807: The British Parliament abolishes slave trade.  Meanwhile, the first railway passenger service begins in England on this date.
  9. 1813: The frigate USS Essex flew the first U.S. flag in battle in the Pacific.
  10. 1821: Greece gains independence from Turkey (National Day).
  11. 1851: White explorers see Yosemite Valley for the first time.
  12. 1857: Frederick Laggenheim took the first photo of a solar eclipse.
  13. 1862: In Stony Stratford, Great Britain, future 70thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice George Sutherland is born. President Warren G. Harding would nominate his fellow Republican to fill Associate Justice John Hessin Clarke’s seat, a Democrat. He would serve from 09-05-1922 to 01-17-1938.
  14. 1865: During the Civil War, Confederate forces attacked Ford Stedman in Virginia, but counterattacking Union forces managed to repel the attack. Elsewhere, the SS General Lyon at Cape Hatteras caught fire and sank, killing 400 people aboard her.
  15. 1894: Jacob S. Coxey began leading an ‘army’ of unemployed from Massillon, Ohio, to Washington, D.C., to demand help from the federal government.
  16. 1895: Italian troops invade Abyssinia (Ethiopia).
  17. 1898: The Intercollegiate Trapshooting Association underwent formation in New York City.
  18. 1900: The Socialist Party of the United States formed in Indianapolis, Indiana, on this date.
  19. 1901: In Nice, France, at the five-day “Week of Nice,” Daimler introduced the Mercedes.
  20. 1902: Irving W. Colburn patented the sheet glass drawing machine.
  21. 1905: The United States returned captured Confederate battle flags from the Civil War to their owners in the South.
  22. 1911: 146 people, mostly young female immigrants, died when fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Co. in New York. Prosecutors in New York indicted the owners of the company on manslaughter charges because some of the employees suffered entrapment behind locked doors within the factory.
  23. 1915: The U.S. Navy lost its first commissioned submarine as the USS F-4 sank off Hawaii, claiming the lives of all 21 crew members.
  24. 1931: Having been accused and then framed by white Southern cops for the rape of a white woman, the police arrest the ill-fated Scottsboro Boys in Alabama. Elsewhere, in India, fifty people died in rioting with Gandhi being among those assaulted by the raging mobs.
  25. 1936: The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Montreal Maroons in the longest hockey game to date. The game lasted 2 hours and 56 minutes.
  26. 1937: Italy and Yugoslavia sign no-attack treaty (Pact of Belgrade).
  27. 1940: The U.S. agreed to give Britain and France access to all American warplanes.
  28. 1941: In Dollon, South Carolina, founders incorporate the first paprika mill.
  29. 1942: 700 Jews of Polish Lvov-district reach Belzec Concentration Camp.
  30. 1943: Kevin Kelly, future drummer with the Rising Sons, the Byrds[i], and Fever Tree was born in California.
  31. 1945: The U.S. First Army begins operations to break out from the bridgehead near Remagen, Germany.
  32. 1946: Future member of the East Bay funk-rock-soul-jazz band, Tower of Power[ii]–Stephen “Doc” Kupka (baritone saxophone/backing vocals/oboe)—is born in Berkeley, California, on this date.
  33. 1947: A coalmine explosion in Centralia, Illinois, claimed 111 lives. Elsewhere, Elton John[iii], also known as Reginald Kenneth Dwight, singer ‘Rocket Man’ and ‘Candle in the Wind’ was born in Pinner, England on this date. Finally, John D. Rockefeller III presented a check to the United Nations for $8.5 million so the organization could purchase land for the site of the U.N. center in New York City.
  34. 1954: RCA announced it had begun producing color television sets at its plant in Bloomington, Indiana. The sets, with 12.5-inch picture tubes, cost $1,000 each—roughly $8,700 in today’s dollars.
  35. 1955: East Germany granted full sovereignty by occupying power, U.S.S.R.
  36. 1957: The Treaty of Rome establishes the European Economic Community.
  37. 1960: A guided missile launched from a nuclear-powered submarine for the first time.
  38. 1965: The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. led 25,000 marchers to the state capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, to protest the denial of voting rights to blacks. Later that day, civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo, a white Detroit homemaker, was shot and killed by Ku Klux Klansmen.
  39. 1966: The Beatles[iv] pose with mutilated dolls and butchered meat for the cover of the “Yesterday and Today” album; soon after release, the record company pulls it due to public outrage. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court rules the poll tax to be ‘unconstitutional.’
  40. 1967: The Turtles’[v] “Happy Together” goes #1.
  41. 1969: Pakistani General Agha Mohammed Jagja Khan succeeds Ayub Chan as president.
  42. 1970: The Concorde makes its first supersonic flight at 700 mph.
  43. 1971: In the NFL, Boston Patriots become the New England Patriots.
  44. 1975: A nephew with a history of mental illness shot King Faisal of Saudi Arabia to death on this date. In June of the same year in fulfillment of Islamic law., the nephew underwent beheading at the hands of an executioner,
  45. 1982: Wayne Gretzky becomes the first NHL player to score 200 points in a season.
  46. 1983: Congress passed legislation to rescue the U.S. social security system from bankruptcy—and now in the present, thanks to Barack Hussein Obama and his Democrats from 2009-2017—the system is in far worse shape.
  47. 1986: President Ronald Reagan ordered emergency aid for the Honduran army. U.S. helicopters airlifted Honduran troops to the Nicaraguan border.
  48. 1988: Robin Givens demands full access to husband Mike Tyson’s money. Elsewhere, Robert E. Chambers pled guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of 18-year-old Jennifer Levin. People living in New York City know this case as the “preppie murder case.”
  49. 1990: 87 people, most of them Honduran and Dominican immigrants, died when fire raced through an illegal social club in New York City.
  50. 1995: Boxer Mike Tyson released from jail after serving 3 years.
  51. 1998: The first person to use the doctor-assisted suicide law in Oregon—an unnamed cancer patient—did so on this date; talk about medical progress!
  52. 2001: 73rd Academy Awards Oscar Ceremony, Steve Martin hosts, “Gladiator” wins Best Picture, Russell Crowe, and Julia Roberts win lead acting awards.
  53. 2004: The Senate joined the House in passing the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, making it a separate offense to harm a fetus during a violent federal crime.
  54. 2006: Famed country-and-western star, Buck Owens, passed away on this date.
  55. 2011: The Tibetan parliament will seek the Tibetan community’s opinion after the Tibetan government in-exile accepts the Dalai Lama’s resignation from politics. Elsewhere, Iran’s government rejects an investigation into alleged human rights abuses called for by the United Nations Human Rights Council.
  56. 2012: S. President Barack Obama begins a three-day visit to South Korea, as tensions rise over North Korea’s proposed missile tests.2013: President of China, Xi Jinping addresses leaders in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, vowing to strengthen ties with Africa.
  57. 2014: S. Girl Scout Katie Francis breaks the record for selling cookies for the organization’s annual fundraiser, selling 18,107 boxes over a seven-week period. Meanwhile, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announce their intention to divorce after 11 years of marriage; the announcement on Paltrow’s website was titled “Conscious Uncoupling.”
  58. 2015: German aviation investigators begin to uncover clues that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, on a recent German air flight that crashed in the French Alps locked the pilot out of the cabin before putting the plane into a dive.
  59. 2016: Adherents of the so-called “religion of peace: Islam,” in this case, ISIS, carry out a suicide bombing at a football match at Iskandariya, Iraq, kills 32 people and wounds scores more.
  60. 2018: After things not going well between President Donald J. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the latter boards his armored train and heads to Beijing so he can powwow with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. Meanwhile, in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, a fire breaks out at a shopping mall that claims the lives of at least 64 and injures numerous others.
  61. 2019: Following the first rocket launch from the Gaza Strip since 2014 aimed at Tel Aviv, the Israelis launch airstrikes into the Palestinian-controlled S-hole area. Meanwhile, in the so-called ‘Socialist paradise of Venezuela,’ ongoing power shortages cause workers and students to remain at home And Sen. Bernie Sanders and AOC in the United States want the U.S. to become more like Venezuela and Cuba. No flipping way, Jose!
  62. 2020: COVID-19 statistics continue rising (although Communist China claims they are going DOWN in their neck of the global woods) what with 470,973 confirmed cases worldwide with 21,276 deaths. Meanwhile, the United States acknowledges 68,572 cases and 1,031 deaths as of this publishing time. Meanwhile, Democrats continue trying to stuff all sorts of Marxist craziness into the Coronavirus Relief Bill President Trump wants sent to his desk for his signature ASAP.

 

 

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00049 Twilight Time 8 x 10 (400)

 

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[i] We offered the music of the Byrds beginning on Monday, 16-January-2012 and concluded the presentation on Friday, 17-February-2012. Not sure if we will ever present the music of the Rising Sons or Fever Tree.

[ii] We are not sure when we will promote the music of Oakland’s Tower of Power but you can be sure that we will do so when we begin promoting the music of funk-rock, horn-powered bands.

[iii] We will be presenting Elton John’s music at some point.

[iv] 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 album, “Yesterday and Today,” appeared on Friday, 18-November-2016. Please seek out this massive offering by visiting the blog posts between those dates. You will be glad you did.

[v] We began promoting the music of the famed California surf-rock band, the Turtles, beginning on Tuesday, 03-September-2013 through Friday, 13-September-2013. The album containing the hit, “Happy Together,” was presented on Friday, 06-September-2013. Please seek it out and add it to your collection.

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 18, 2020

N. 1913: During a military coup, plotters arrested Mexican President Francisco I. Madero and Vice President Jose Maria Pino Suarez. Both resigned their positions the following day and then the plotters shot the duo to death on February 22.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 18, 2020:

Nazi Party Youth Leader Artur Axmann; Bachman-Turner Overdrive featuring Robbie Bachman, the Byrds featuring Skip Battin, the Doobie Brothers featuring Keith Knudsen, the Little River Band featuring Derek Pellicci, and Pink Floyd featuring David Gilmour:

  1. 1129: Emperor Frederik II takes the city of Jerusalem from the Muslim hordes on this date in history.
  2. 1564: In Rome, the artist Michelangelo died.
  3. 1685: Robert Cavelier, Sieur de LaSalle, established Fort St. Louis at Matagorda Bay, and thus formed the claim of France to Texas.
  4. 1688: In Germantown, Pennsylvania, Quakers conduct the first formal protest of slavery in the Colonies.
  5. 1735: The first opera performed in America took place on this date with the work, “Flora” (or “Hob in the Well”) presented in Charleston, South Carolina.
  6. 1745: The army of Bonnie Prince Charlie occupies Inverness, Scotland, from the British.
  7. 1787: Austrian Emperor Josef II bans the labor of children under the age of 8.
  8. 1841: The first continuous filibuster in the U.S. Senate began and it lasted until March 11.
  9. 1861: Jefferson Davis took the oath of office as provisional president of the Confederate States of America in Montgomery, Alabama. Meanwhile, King Victor Emanuel II of Sardinia becomes the first king of a unified Italy.
  10. 1884: British General Sir Charles Gordon and his troops arrive in Khartoum, Sudan.
  11. 1885: Mark Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” underwent publication in the United States for the first time.
  12. 1900: In South Africa, the Battle of Paardeberg takes place in which, the British suffer over 1,270 casualties, killed, or wounded in action.
  13. 1908: The U.S. Postal Service issues the first rolls of stamps.
  14. 1913: During a military coup, plotters arrested Mexican President Francisco I. Madero and Vice President Jose Maria Pino Suarez. Both resigned their positions the following day and then the plotters shot the duo to death on February 22.  Elsewhere, the famous French painting “Nude descending a Staircase,” by the French artist Marcel Duchamp, underwent display at an “Armory Show” in New York City. Meanwhile, future Nazi Party Youth Leader, 1940-1945, Artur Axmann is born in Germany on this date. He would survive World War II dying in 1996.
  15. 1915: During World War I, Germany enacts a submarine blockade around Great Britain.
  16. 1930: At Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, Clyde W. Tombaugh discovered photographic evidence of Pluto (now designated a “dwarf planet”). Elsewhere, Elm Farm Ollie became the first cow to fly in an airplane.
  17. 1932: The Japanese military declares Manchuria to be an independent nation, which then becomes a protectorate of the Empire of Japan. Elsewhere, Sonja Henie won her 6th world women’s figure skating title in Montreal, Canada.
  18. 1934: Skip Battin, future bassist with both the Byrds[i] and the Flying Burrito Brothers[ii], was born on this date.
  19. 1943: During World War II on the German home front, the Gestapo apprehends the student group protesting the Nazis, the White Rose, on this date after they defaced a building front in Munich. They would die in two days.
  20. 1948: Future drummer with the Doobie Brothers[iii]– Keith Knudson- is born on this date.
  21. 1952: Greece and Turkey became members of NATO on this date.
  22. 1953: The first 3-D movie in history, “Bwana Devil,” opens in New York City. Elsewhere, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz signed a contract worth $8 million to continue the “I Love Lucy” TV show through 1955. Elsewhere, future drummer with Bachman-Turner Overdrive[iv]—Robbie Bachman—is born in Canada on this date. Meanwhile, in London, England, future member of the Australian rock band, the Little River Band[v]– Derek Pellicci (drums 1975-84 / 1987-98)- is born on this date.
  23. 1960: The owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Walter O’Malley, purchases Chavez Ravine for $494,000. Meanwhile in Squaw Valley, Vice President Richard M. Nixon formally opened the 8th Winter Olympic Games.
  24. 1962: France and Algeria begin negotiating for an end to the seven-year war the two had been fighting; the Algerians would finally get their independence.
  25. 1965: The African nation of Gambia receives its independence from the United Kingdom. Elsewhere, Frank Gifford, a Bakersfield High School graduate announces his retirement from football to go into the broadcasting booth.
  26. 1968: David Gilmour, ace guitarist, joins the British rock group, Pink Floyd[vi], to back up and eventually to replace Sid Barrett.
  27. 1970: The jury finds the Chicago Seven innocent of inciting riot in Chicago during the 1968 Democratic Convention.
  28. 1972: The California Supreme Court struck down the state’s death penalty.
  29. 1977: The space shuttle Enterprise, sitting atop a Boeing 747, went on its debut “flight” above the Mojave Desert.
  30. 1983: In what the people of the Pacific Northwest came to know as the Wah Mee Massacre, two assassins murdered 13 people at a gambling club in Seattle’s Chinatown District. Later, the authorities convicted the pair of the killings and gave each a life sentence. A court uncovered, tried and convicted a third person of robbery and assault and sent him to prison, too.
  31. 1984: Italy and the Vatican signed an accord under which, Roman Catholicism ceased to be the state religion of Italy.
  32. 1987: The executives of the Girl Scout movement decided to change the color of the scout uniforms from the traditional Girl Scout green to the newer Girl Scout blue.
  33. 1988: Justice Anthony M. Kennedy takes the oath of office and takes his seat on the Supreme Court on this date.
  34. 1991: After a season-long suspension for substance abuse, great goalie, Grant Fuhr, returns to the Edmonton Oilers and shuts out the New Jersey Devils, 4-0.
  35. 1997: Astronauts on the space shuttle Discovery completed their tune-up of the Hubble Space Telescope after 33 hours of spacewalking; the Hubble was then released using the shuttle’s crane.
  36. 1998: In post-Soviet Union Russia, monetary problems force the closure of three plants engaged in the producing of nuclear weapons. Elsewhere, in Nevada, two white separatists underwent arrest by the authorities who accused them of plotting a bacterial attack on subways in New York City.
  37. 2000: The Commerce Department reported a deficit in trade goods and services of $271.3 billion for 1999. It was the largest calendar-year trade deficit in U.S. history.
  38. 2001: Auto racing star Dale Earnhardt Sr. died in a crash at the Daytona 500; he was 49 years of age. FBI agent Robert Hanssen suffers arrest for spying for the Soviet Union. Eventually, he receives a life sentence and is currently in a federal prison.
  39. 2003: In South Korea, at least 120 people lost their lives when a man lit a fire on a subway train.
  40. 2006: American Shani Davis won the men’s 1,000-meter speed skating in Turin. He was the first black athlete to win an individual gold medal in Winter Olympic history.
  41. 2010: Yvo de Boer, top climate change official at the United Nations and Executive Secretary of the UN Framework for Climate Change resigns the post.
  42. 2011: The voters of Uganda participate in a general election; however, there is fear that the government has rigged them to extend the 30-year rule of rebel leader, Yoweri Museveni. Meanwhile, in Libya, Human Rights Watch reports that 24 people lost their lives in that nation’s so-called “Day of Rage” against the government.
  43. 2012: Pope Benedict XVI announces seven new saints—including American saint, Katerina Tekakwitha, and appoints 22 new cardinals.
  44. 2013: At Brussels International Airport in Belgium, armed robbers steal untraceable raw diamonds worth $50 million from a plane within minutes and without alarming any of the passengers.
  45. 2014: Coca Cola Company announces that it plans to reduce its costs by $1 billion over the next few years to counteract slowing demand.
  46. 2015: According to Brainy History, the Greek Parliament elects Prokopis Pavlopoulos as the nation’s next president; the SYRIZA Party preferred Pavlopoulos and chose him over opposition party nominee Nicos Alivizatos.
  47. 2016: Pope Francis[vii], an unpopular pontiff with millions of people worldwide shows his true colors when he criticizes presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s Christianity over the billionaire’s promises to build a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico. WTF, pope? We cannot enforce our laws? You have walls surrounding the Vatican City, tear them down or STFU.
  48. 2017: Former American abortion activist Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” in Roe v. Wade, dies at age 69. She later became pro-life, much to the horror of the pro-Death movement.
  49. 2018: An Iranian airlines flight crashes in the Zagros Mountains, killing all 66 people on board.
  50. 2019: Former Seattle Seahawks’ player T.J. Cunningham dies at age 46; he played safety.
  51. 2020: President Donald J. Trump executes four pardons/commutations of sentence on this date: “Junk Bond King” Michael Milken, former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., and former NYPD Commissioner Bernard “Bernie” Kerik.  Once again, President Trump has demonstrated his commitment to doing what is right in a U.S. Justice system gone mad.   Meanwhile, tomorrow night is the big debate, the first DNC one to feature multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg and Democrats are going berserk around the country fearful that this POS bigoted scumbag is trying to BUY the nomination and then the White House.

 

 

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00013 Summer Home 20 x 24 (400)

 

This artwork is #0013 a 20” x 24” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Summer Home.” 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!

 

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[i] We offered the music of the Byrds beginning on Monday, 16-January-2012 and concluded the presentation on Friday, 17-February-2012.

[ii] We began offering the music of the famed Flying Burrito Brothers on Sunday, 23-February-2014 through Thursday, 06-March-2014. Please seek them out. We thank you.

[iii] We hope to promote the music of the Doobie Brothers sometime before 2030. We hope you will remain vigilant.

[iv] On Wednesday, 14-June-2017, we began presenting the music of the Guess Who and of its individual members- including Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Randy Bachman, Burton Cummings, and Bravebelt.. The entire discography ran from the above date through Sunday, 01-October-2017. We hope you will check them out.

[v] We are not sure when we will begin offering albums by the Little River Band as that could be another 5-10 years from now but one day, we most surely will because they are one of the world’s greatest bands. Seeing them live in the 1970s was a mind-altering

[vi] We look forward to sharing the music of Pink Floyd- as well as the band’s members- sometime within the next 5-6 years.

[vii] Millions of Catholics wish that Pope Francis would go home to Argentina and remain there.

 

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