TODAY IN HISTORY—APRIL 01, 2020

2015: Following problems with reaching a self-imposed reduction in water usage in drought-stricken California, Democrat Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown mandates a 25-percent reduction under threat of legal punishment to force lower usage of the precious resource. Meanwhile, the governor-fearful of rising sea levels, continues to allow millions of acre-feet of water to flow out into the Pacific Ocean to protect the Delta smelt. Impeach the bastard!

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TODAY IN HISTORY—APRIL 01, 2020:

APRIL FOOL’S DAY

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, Jr.; U.S. Secretary of War John Armstrong Jr.; the Faces featuring Ronnie Lane, Steely Dan featuring Jeff Porcaro, the Turtles featuring John Barbata, the Zombies featuring Paul Atkinson, and Stinkbug—creator of the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day:

  1. 705: Greek Pope John VII becomes the successor to John VI.
  2. 1515: A Portuguese naval fleet under the command of Alfonso du Albuquerque captures the Persian fortress based at Ormuz. The Portuguese rename the prize as the Fort of Our Lady of the Conception. Congratulations!
  3. 1578: William Harvey of England discovered blood circulation.
  4. 1621: The colonists of the Plymouth, Massachusetts, made the first treaty with Native Americans on this date.
  5. 1693: The four-day-old son of Cotton Mather dies and witchcraft in the town of Salem, Massachusetts, is said to be the culprit.
  6. 1748: The ruins of Pompeii, Italy, are uncovered.
  7. 1778: Oliver Pollock, a New Orleans businessperson, created the “$” symbol to denote a ‘dollar.’
  8. 1789: The House of Representatives held its first full meeting in New York City.
  9. 1793: 53,000 people die when the Japanese volcano, Unsen, erupts.
  10. 1826: Samuel Mory patented the internal combustion engine.
  11. 1843: In Red Hook, NY, the 7thS. Secretary of War John Armstrong Jr. dies. A Democratic-Republican, he served under President James Madison from 01-13-1813 to 09-27-1814.
  12. 1850: On this date, administrators found San Francisco County, California.
  13. 1853: Cincinnati became 1st U.S. city to pay fire fighters a regular salary.
  14. 1863: The first wartime conscription law in the United States goes into effect during the Civil War.
  15. 1864: The Travelers Insurance Company issued the first travel accident policy ever to a customer named James Batterson.
  16. 1867: Singapore, Penang, and Malacca become British crown colonies.
  17. 1873: British White Star steamship “Atlantic” sinks off Nova Scotia, 547 people die in the tragic mishap.
  18. 1881: Anti-Jewish rioting breaks out across Jerusalem.
  19. 1889: In Chicago, builders marketed the first dishwashing machine in the world.
  20. 1891: Founders incorporated the William Wrigley Jr. Company, a business best known for its Juicy Fruit gum.
  21. 1905: The British East African Protectorate becomes colony of Kenya.
  22. 1916: The first U.S. national women’s swimming championships took place on this date.
  23. 1924: For his part in the infamous “Beer Hall Putsch,” a high court sentenced Adolf Hitler to five years in prison.
  24. 1927: His Master’s Voice introduced the first automatic record changer.
  25. 1929: Louie Marx invented the Yo-Yo.
  26. 1930: Leo Hartnett of the Chicago Cubs broke the altitude record for a catch by catching a baseball dropped form the Goodyear blimp 800 feet above Los Angeles, on this date.
  27. 1933: Nazi Germany staged a daylong national boycott of Jewish-owned businesses. Meanwhile, Heinrich Himmler becomes chief of the German National Police.
  28. 1934: Bonnie and Clyde murder two police officers.
  29. 1938: Joe Louis knocks out Harry Thomas in 5 for heavyweight boxing title. Meanwhile, the first commercially successful fluorescent lamps hit the market. Finally, the Baseball Hall of Fame opened in Cooperstown, N.Y.
  30. 1939: The United States recognized the government of General Francisco Franco in Spain; the same day Franco went on the radio to declare victory in the Spanish Civil War.
  31. 1941: Pro-German Rashid Ali al-Ghailani grabs power in Iraq.
  32. 1943: Craig “Stinkbug” Carrici was born in Oildale, California, on this date; he is the founder of the AICP-END Blog.
  33. 1944: John Barbata, future drummer of the Turtles[i], the Jefferson Airplane[ii], the Jefferson Starship, and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young[iii] was born.
  34. 1945: American forces launched the amphibious invasion of Okinawa during World War II.
  35. 1946: Bassist Ronnie Lane of both the Small Faces[iv] and the Faces[v] was born in England. Elsewhere, Weight Watchers formed.
  36. 1947: First Jewish immigrants to Israel disembark at Port of Eilat.
  37. 1948: Due to the intransigent Soviets, the Allies commenced the Berlin Airlift on this date.
  38. 1950: Future 110th Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, Jr., is born in Trenton, NJ, on this date. President George W. Bush nominated him to the court and he has sat on it since January 31, 2006.
  39. 1952: Alpher, Bethe, and Gamow proclaim the Big Bang Theory in Physical Review.
  40. 1953: Congress created the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on this date.
  41. 1954: The U.S. Air Force Academy forms on this date. Elsewhere, future rock-and-roll drummer, Jeff Porcaro, who would play with Steely Dan[vi], Toto[vii], and others—was born in South Windsor, Connecticut, on this date.
  42. 1960: The United States launched TIROS-1, the nation’s first weather satellite on this date.
  43. 1961: Evangelist Jim Bakker marries Tammy Faye.
  44. 1963: New York City’s daily newspapers resumed publishing after settlement was reached in a 114-day strike. The daytime drama “General Hospital” premiered on ABC-TV, as did “Doctors.”
  45. 1967: The United States Department of Transportation begins operation.
  46. 1970: President Richard M. Nixon signs the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act, an act that banned cigarette advertisements effective on January 1, 1971. Meanwhile, for his part in the My Lai Massacre, the U.S. Army charged Captain Ernest Medina on this date.
  47. 1972: The first Major League Baseball players’ strike began; it lasted 12 days.
  48. 1974: Ayatollah Khomeini calls for an Islamic Republic in Iran.
  49. 1976: Stephen Wozniak and Steve Jobs found Apple Computer.
  50. 1979: Iran proclaimed an Islamic Republic following the fall of Shah.
  51. 1976: Apple Computers was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne.
  52. 1979: Following the flight of the Shah, Iran proclaims themselves an “Islamic Republic.”
  53. 1982: The U.S. transferred the Canal Zone to Panama.
  54. 1983: Tens of thousands of anti-nuclear demonstrators linked arms in a 14-mile human chain spanning three defense installations in rural England, including the Greenham Common U.S. Air Base.
  55. 1991: After five years of holding British citizen Roger Cooper hostage, the scumbag Islamist regime in Iran released him. Meanwhile here in the United States, the Supreme Court ruled that attorneys could not bar jurors from serving due to their race. Finally, with the ongoing collapse of the Soviet Union, the Warsaw Pact disbanded.
  56. 1992: The National Hockey League’s Players’ Association went on it’s first-ever strike, which lasted 10 days. Elsewhere, the world’s 7 wealthiest nations agree on $24 billion aid for former U.S.S.R.
  57. 1998: Paula Jones’ sexual harassment suit against President Bill Clinton is thrown out of court.
  58. 2003: American troops entered a hospital in Nasiriyah, Iraq, and rescued Army Pfc. Jessica Lynch, who had been held prisoner since jihadists ambushed her supply column on March 23.
  59. 2004: Suffering from the effects of kidney and liver disease, Paul Atkinson—guitarist with the British rock band, the Zombies[viii]—loses his fight with his maladies and dies on this date.
  60. 2011: Off the coast of Greece, Crete suffers a 6.2-magnitude earthquake.
  61. 2012: In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood nominates Chairman Khairat El-Shater as a candidate for the May 2012 presidential elections.
  62. 2013: In preparation for plans to step down in 2015, the president of Sudan Omar al-Bashar gives an order to release all political prisoners.
  63. 2014: Fifty-eight miles north of the Chilean city of Iquique, an earthquake of 8.2 magnitude hits the area, stunning the region. An earlier earthquake that hit on March 16 was 6.2-magnitude on the Richter scale; scientists predict an even bigger one soon.
  64. 2015: Following problems with reaching a self-imposed reduction in water usage in drought-stricken California, Democrat Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown mandates a 25-percent reduction under threat of legal punishment to force lower usage of the precious resource. Meanwhile, the governor-fearful of rising sea levels, continues to allow millions of acre-feet of water to flow out into the Pacific Ocean to protect the Delta smelt. Impeach the bastard!
  65. 2016: At the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, the Golden State Warriors’ NBA record for home game wins ends as the Boston Celtics beat them, 109-106; it was the team’s first loss at home since January 2015.
  66. 2017: In Stockholm, Sweden, famed singer/songwriter Bob Dylan wins his Nobel Peace Prize for Literature in a private ceremony. God bless you, Bob.  Meanwhile, the government of Communist China announces its plan to build a city three-times the size of New York City (using American money, of course, purloined from us via disastrous past trade ‘deals’) in Xlongan, a new area. Three years later, they spread the Wuhan Flu to the rest of the world. Thank you, China, thank you.
  67. 2018: In the 37th NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, a stunner of a game occurs as Notre Dame beats Mississippi State by a final of 61-58 what with ND forward Jessica Shepard scoring 19 points.
  68. 2019: China announces new laws to take effect on May 01, 2019, to stop the production of fentanyl-related opiates. Okay. China is the number one provider of opiates to the United States, being the ‘unseen hand’ distributing harmful drugs to Americans and causing far too many to die from them. Shame. Elsewhere, we learn that Saudi ARAMCO is the most profitable company in the world what with $111.1 billion in the previous year.
  69. 2020: China continues being a major problem for the rest of the globe as the Wuhan Flu continues wreaking havoc wherever it shows up- with the strange exception of China (or so they claim)- with total number of confirmed cases at or near 911,308 and total number of confirmed deaths at 45,497.  We now know, however, that China has concealed- intentionally- the number of confirmed cases and number of confirmed deaths within their country so who the heck can believe anything these totalitarians claim?  The U.S. number of confirmed cases is closing in at 213,000 with 47,000 or so confirmed deaths.  This is outrageous, yet in China, the infamous WET MARKETS are open once more so the populace can enjoy their bat, rat, cat, dog, monkey, snakes, lizards, insects, and other exotic and endangered animals on their dinner table.  Shame!  World beware of the Wuhan Boogie Woogie!

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

 

00056 Safe Landing 24 x 30 (400)

 

This artwork is #0056 a 24” x 30” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Safe Landing.” 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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Beverly Carrick: The World’s Greatest Artist (1927-2012)

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Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort on June 26, 2007, “Dylanesque.” As the title suggests, the vocalist of Roxy Music performed 11 covers of his favorite tunes by Bob Dylan, all of which, bear his unique imprint and vocal style. We love this album and know that our readership will, too, which is why we urge everyone to take the digital journey offered by the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day to Amazon.com, our favorite online marketplace. Once there, you can pick the CD up in the format, the condition, and obviously the price that works best for you—you will be so glad you did. Thank you for your patronage.

 

 

 

 

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[i] 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.

[ii] We promoted the music of the Jefferson Airplane, the Jefferson Starship, Starship, and of the various bands’ members beginning on Tuesday, 05-April-2011 through Sunday, 22-May-2011. Please look for them and enjoy.

[iii] We hope to promote the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, as well as of each member’s solo careers along with Crazy Horse within the next 5-7 years. Please remain vigilant for when we do.

[iv] We promoted the music of the Small Faces, Faces, and a bunch more interconnected bands beginning on Tuesday, 22-April-2014 through Tuesday, 01-July-2014. We encourage everyone to search out the music of the various bands in this collection so you can add them to your growing music collection.

[v] See previous.

[vi] We look forward to doing the music of Steely Dan at some point within the next 10-15 years. Please stay with us.

[vii] We hope to promote the music of this exciting professional band, Toto, at some point in the future.

[viii] We promoted the music of the Zombies, Argent, Rod Argent, and Colin Blunstone beginning on Monday, 28-October-2019 through Sunday, 05-January-2020. Please, check them out.

 

 

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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)

 

This artwork is #0049 an 8” x 10” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Twilight Time.” 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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Beverly Carrick: The World’s Greatest Artist (1927-2012)

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3. #BF01.1j Frantic #10 08-19-16 (400)

 

Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort on May 21, 2002, “Frantic.” While not included among his top efforts, this album is an extraordinary one in that the singer never fails to please. He always has a unique perspective when covering the tunes of other artists such as Bob Dylan or the Byrds. We hope that you will take the digital journey offered by the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day to Amazon.com, our favorite online marketplace. Once there, you can pick the CD up in the format, the condition, and obviously the price that works best for you—you will be so glad you did. Thank you for your patronage.

 

 

 

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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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2012: In Russia, the citizens stage protests in response to the election of the preceding week in which, strongman and thug, Vladimir Putin, wins a third term as the nation’s president. Meanwhile, in Afghanistan, 16 villagers—mostly women and children—are shot dead by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, who later pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.

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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices John McLean and Antonin Scalia; U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher; Soviet leaders Konstantin V. Chernenko and Mikhail S. Gorbachev; Canned Heat featuring Harvey ‘the Snake’ Mandel, Emerson, Lake, & Palmer featuring Keith Emerson, Three Dog Night featuring Jimmy Greenspoon, and Vanilla Fudge featuring Mark Stein:

  1. 537: The Goths lay siege to the city of Rome.
  2. 1513: Giovanni de’ Medici was proclaimed pope, succeeding Julius II; he took the name Leo X.
  3. 1669: In Italy, Mt. Etna erupts leading to the deaths of 15,000 people.
  4. 1779: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers undergoes establishment for the first time in the nation’s history.
  5. 1785: In Morris County, N.J., future 21stS. Supreme Court Associate Justice John McLean is born. President Andrew Jackson would nominate his fellow Democratic-Republican to fill the seat of another Democratic-Republican Associate Justice Roger Trimble. McLean would serve from 03-07-1829 to 04-04-1861.
  6. 1810: The Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte married by proxy the Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria.
  7. 1812: East Prussia grants citizenship to its Jewish subjects.
  8. 1824: The U.S. War Department creates the Bureau of Indian Affairs on this date. Seneca Indian Ely Parker became the first Indian to lead the bureau.
  9. 1861: Adopted by the Confederate Congress in Montgomery, Alabama, the Constitution of the Confederate States of America went into effect.
  10. 1862: President Lincoln removes George McClellan as commanding general of the Union Army.
  11. 1865: Union General William T. Sherman and his forces occupied Fayetteville, North Carolina.
  12. 1867: The Hawaiian volcano, Mauna Loa, erupts in what the Hawaiian people know as the “Great Eruption of Mauna Loa.”
  13. 1888: The Blizzard of ’88, also known as the Great White Hurricane, began inundating the northeastern United States, resulting in some 400 deaths.
  14. 1892: The first public basketball game occurs in Springfield, Massachusetts.
  15. 1901: When industrialist J.P. Morgan purchased Carnegie Steel Corporation, he founded U.S. Steel.
  16. 1904: After 30 years of drilling the tunnel that would link Jersey City, N.J. and New York City, excavation crews finally broke through the rock wall beneath the Hudson River, which would allow them to build the actual tunnel.
  17. 1905: City officials officially inaugurated the Parisian subway on this date.
  18. 1907: President Theodore Roosevelt induced California to revoke its anti-Japanese legislation.
  19. 1915: In World War I, the British declare a blockade of all German ports.
  20. 1917: During World War I, British troops occupy Baghdad, mainly to control the petroleum industry there.
  21. 1918: Moscow becomes the capital of Revolutionary (Bolshevik) Russia. Elsewhere, medical authorities first confirmed cases of the Spanish flu in the United States at Fort Riley, Kansas.
  22. 1927: In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the first holdup of an armored car takes place.
  23. 1930: Former President and Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, William Howard Taft, received a state funeral and undergoes burial at Arlington National Cemetery. Elsewhere, Babe Ruth signs a two-year contract with the New York Yankees worth $80,000.
  24. 1935: Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering formally creates the German Air Force, the Luftwaffe.
  25. 1936: In Trenton, N.J., future 103rdS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia is born. President Ronald Reagan would nominate his fellow Republican to fill the seat of Associate Justice William Rehnquist when the latter became the 16th chief justice of the United States Supreme Court. Scalia would serve from 09-26-1986 to 02-13-2016.
  26. 1938: As Nazi troops march into Austria in the Anschluss, the people of Austria install Artur Seyss-Inquart as their chancellor.
  27. 1941: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the Lend-Lease Act to supply Great Britain in the fight against the Nazis.
  28. 1942: As Japanese forces continued to advance in the Pacific during World War II, General Douglas MacArthur left the Philippines for Australia; however, MacArthur vowed, “I shall return” and did so within 2.5 years when American forces invaded the island chain. Meanwhile, the first trainload of Parisian Jews leaves occupied Paris for the Auschwitz Death Camp in eastern Poland.
  29. 1945: Future guitar maestro, Harvey “the Snake” Mandel, was born in the United States on this date. He would play with Canned Heat[i] among other top rock groups.
  30. 1947: Mark Stein, future keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist with the New York City acid-rock band, Vanilla Fudge[ii], is born on this date. Elsewhere, the DuMont network aired “Movies for Small-Fry.” It was network television’s first successful children’s program.
  31. 1948: Reginald Weir becomes the first black tennis player to participate in a U.S. Indoor Lawn Tennis Association tournament.
  32. 1954: The U.S. Army charged that Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wis., and his subcommittee’s chief counsel, Roy Cohn, had exerted pressure to obtain favored treatment for Pvt. G. David Schine, a former consultant to the subcommittee. The confrontation culminated in the famous Senate-Army-McCarthy hearings.
  33. 1959: The Lorraine Hansberry drama “A Raisin in the Sun” opened at New York’s Ethel Barrymore Theater on this date.
  34. 1964: After working 37 years and seven days, Senator Carl Hayden broke the record for continuous service in the U.S. Senate.
  35. 1965: The Reverend James J. Reeb, a white minister from Boston, died after whites beat him to death during civil rights disturbances in Selma, Alabama. Meanwhile, in Vietnam, U.S. Navy units commenced searching junks and other vessels to halt the flow of arms to the Viet Cong.
  36. 1969: Levi-Strauss started selling bell-bottomed jeans on this date.
  37. 1977: More than 130 hostages held in Washington, D.C., by Hanafi Muslims won their freedom after ambassadors of three Islamic nations joined the negotiations.
  38. 1982: Israel’s Menachem Begin and Egypt’s Anwar Sadat sign a peace treaty in Washington, D.C.
  39. 1985: Mikhail S. Gorbachev replaces Konstantin V. Chernenko as president of the Soviet Union.
  40. 1986: The NFL adopts the instant replay rule. Elsewhere, Popsicle announced its plan to end the traditional twin-stick frozen treat for a one-stick model.
  41. 1987: Edmonton Oiler Wayne Gretzky scores record 1,500 NHL point.
  42. 1988: Iran and Iraq declared a ceasefire in their ongoing war. They had commenced fighting eight years earlier when Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein decided to invade his neighbor to the east.
  43. 1990: Lithuania declares its independence from the crumbling Soviet Union making it the first Soviet republic to break away from the crumbling superpower. Elsewhere, in Chile, Patricio Aylwin took the oath of office as the first democratically elected president since 1973.
  44. 1992: Former President Richard M. Nixon said that the Bush #41 administration was not providing enough foreign aid to Russia on this date.
  45. 1993: The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Janet Reno on this date to become the first female attorney general of the nation. Meanwhile, because of pressure by the Clinton administration, Kim Jong Il announced that his nation would withdraw from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, refusing to open military sites to inspection.
  46. 1993: Refusing to open its sites for inspection by the United Nations, North Korea withdrew from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
  47. 1997: Queen Elizabeth of England knights ex-Beatle Paul McCartney for all his many achievements.
  48. 1998: The International Astronomical Union issued an alert that a mile-wide asteroid could hit the Earth on October 26, 2028. The following day, however, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced that there was NO chance of an asteroid hitting the planet. Is this a coverup of impending doom or did astronomers make a false claim? Stay tuned.
  49. 2004: At least 191 dies and more than 2,000 are wounded in the Madrid railway bombings after 10 bombs exploded in quick succession across the commuter rail network in the city, an act that comes to be known as Spain’s ‘9-11.’
  50. 2006: Jailers discover former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic dead in his prison cell at The Hague.
  51. 2011: A magnitude 9.0-earthquake and resulting tsunami struck Japan’s northeaster coast, killing nearly 20,000 people and severely damaged the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station. Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, California, the 63rdS. Secretary of State Warren Christopher died. The Democrat served under President Bill Clinton from 01-20-1993 to 01-17-1997.
  52. 2012: In Russia, the citizens stage protests in response to the election of the preceding week in which, strongman and thug, Vladimir Putin, wins a third term as the nation’s president. Meanwhile, in Afghanistan, 16 villagers—mostly women and children—are shot dead by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, who later pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
  53. 2013: The Falkland Islands Sovereignty Referendum concludes with more than 99.8-percent of the islanders supporting to maintain their relationship with the United Kingdom and NOT Argentina. Meanwhile in Detroit, a jury of his peers convicts former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, a Democrat, of a raft of crimes, including racketeering conspiracy and the judge later sentenced the scumbag to 28 years in a federal prison.
  54. 2014: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an electric nerve-stimulating device for treatment of migraine headaches.
  55. 2015: The Obama administration announces it will support the Ukrainians in their fight against Russian-backed separatists by providing NON-lethal aid in the form of unarmed drones, radios, ambulances, and in a separate deal, Humvees. Elsewhere, Jimmy Greenspoon—famed keyboardist with Three Dog Night[iii] (1968-76 / 1981-2015)—lost his fight with melanoma on this date.
  56. 2016: Keith Emerson, famed rock keyboardist who played with Emerson, Lake, & Palmer[iv] died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on this date. He did this because of his ongoing problems with colon cancer.
  57. 2017: In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, at least 65 people die and numerous others are injured when a rubbish landslide buries them.
  58. 2018: The government of Communist China- the National Peoples’ Congress- declares an end to term limits thus making dictator Xi Jinping ‘president for life.’ He is the new Mao Zedong.
  59. 2019: Israeli President Reuven Rivlin- a thorn in the side to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu refutes the PM’s claim that “Israel is the nation-state of the Jewish people- and only it.”   Meanwhile, the Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, age 82, changes his mind on seeking a fifth term and postpones the upcoming elections after citizens of his country go berserk in the streets.
  60. 2020: Fallout from the spread of the COVID-19 aka Coronavirus around the globe causes the NBA to suspend the rest of the season including the playoffs and all sorts of entertainment and sporting events to shutter their doors. President Donald J. Trump goes before the American people and gives a stately Oval Office address in which, he reassures the citizens of the country that the government at all levels is doing everything possible to protect them. He suspends all flights from Continental Europe for 30 days as the United States continues finding ways to minimize our exposure. Many believe it is time the Chinese stand up and admit what everyone knows them to have done and that is- following the U.S.-China trade deal- the release of the coronavirus around the world. Sadly, Tom Hanks and his wife admit that while filming a movie on Elvis Presley in Australia- in Australia!- the pair caught the coronavirus. Wow. Finally, when many thought that Bernie Sanders was going to throw in the towel on his campaign, he goes before the mics and proclaims he is going to fight all the way to Milwaukee. Double wow.

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

 

00035 Fruit and Feathers 16 x 12 (400)

 

 

This artwork is #0035 a 16” x 12” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Fruit and Feathers.” 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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Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort in 1994, the acclaimed “Mamouna.” This album had members of Roxy Music contributing to the songs as well as stalwarts such as Robin Trower, Steve Ferrone, and a large cast of other top-quality musicians. Say what you will about the eclectic Ferry, the man is an amazing, unique talent, one who is always a pleasure to listen to, which is why we urge everyone reading today’s post to seek it out NOW. Please, visit Amazon.com where you can pick it up in the format, the condition, and the price that works best for you.

 

 

 

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[i] We began promoting the music of Canned Heat on Sunday, 05-June-2011 through Sunday, 17-July-2011. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.

[ii] We promoted the music of New York City’s very own Vanilla Fudge, beginning on Friday, 01-November-2013 through Friday, 15-November-2013. You definitely will want to check them out so please, do so now. At the time, we overlooked the music of Cactus which we hope to promote one of these days. Remain vigilant for the day when we do.

[iii] Not sure when we will get around to doing the music of Three Dog Night but if we ever return to promoting the music of famed rock bands from the 1960s and the 1970s, we sure as heck will include this stellar band, one that is still performing to this day. We saw them in 2019 and all we can say is “Wow.”

[iv] We hope to promote the music of both Emerson, Lake & Palmer along with the Nice at some point soon. We hope you will remain alert for the day when we do. Thank you.

 

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 10, 2020

2019: In Badghis Province, Afghanistan, the Taliban[iii] attacks an Afghan government military base capturing or killing 50 Afghan troops. Elsewhere, Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 crashes just after takeoff from Addis Ababa, killing all 157 people aboard. This was one of the two major crashes that sealed the fate of Boeing’s 737 Max 8 aircraft.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 10, 2020:

Soviet leader Konstantin Chernenko; Boston featuring Tom Scholz, and “Dark Side of the Moon” by Pink Floyd:

  1. 241 B.C.: In the Battle of the Aegusa—during the First Punic War—the Roman navy obliterates the Carthaginian fleet, sinking 50 vessels.
  2. 418: The Roman Empire excludes Jews from holding any sort of public office.
  3. 1496: Christopher Columbus concluded his second visit to the Western Hemisphere when he left Hispaniola for Spain.
  4. 1624: England declares war on Spain.
  5. 1629: King Charles I dissolves Parliament; he recalls the body 11 years later.
  6. 1785: Succeeding Benjamin Franklin, the U.S. government appointed Thomas Jefferson to be minster to France.
  7. 1801: Great Britain takes the first census in its history.
  8. 1804: In St. Louis, the formal ceremonies transferring the Louisiana Purchase from France to the United States occurred on this date.
  9. 1814: The two-day Battle of Leon in France ended with a Prussian-led victory over the forces of Napoleon I.
  10. 1831: King Louis Philippe establishes the French Foreign Legion to support his war in the subjugation of Algeria.
  11. 1848: The U.S. Senate ratified the Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo, which ended the war with Mexico.
  12. 1862: The U.S. begins printing paper money in the following denominations: $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, and $1,000.
  13. 1864: President Abraham Lincoln signed an order assigning Ulysses S. Grant, who had just received his commission as lieutenant general, to the command of the Armies of the United States; two days later, Grant assumed his position relieving General-in-Chief Henry Halleck.
  14. 1876: Alexander Graham Bell’s assistant, Thomas Watson heard Bell say over his experimental telephone- “Mr. Watson—come here—I want to see you!”
  15. 1880: The Salvation Army arrived in the United States from England.
  16. 1888: Heavyweight boxing champion, John L. Sullivan fights Charlie Mitchell to a draw in the 30th
  17. 1893: New Mexico State University canceled its first graduation ceremony as its only graduate lost his life in a robbery the night before.
  18. 1902: A United States Court of Appeals rules that Thomas Edison did NOT invent the movie camera.
  19. 1910: China abolishes slavery.
  20. 1912: China became a republic after the overthrow of the Manchu Ch’ing Dynasty.
  21. 1913: Former slave, abolitionist, and Underground Railroad “conductor” Harriet Tubman died in Auburn, New York; she was in her 90’s.
  22. 1920: In the National Hockey League, the Quebec Bulldogs’ Jim Malone scores 6 goals against the Ottawa Senators.
  23. 1924: The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a law in New York state that prevented women from working late at night.
  24. 1927: Prussia lifted its Nazi ban allowing Adolf Hitler to speak in public.
  25. 1933: A magnitude 6.4 earthquake centered off Long Beach, California, resulted in 120 deaths. Meanwhile, Nevada becomes the first U.S. state to regulate drugs.
  26. 1934: In the National Hockey League, the Toronto Maple Leafs go on the longest win streak in the team’s history of 18 games.
  27. 1941: The Brooklyn Dodgers announced that their team would commence using batting helmets beginning with the 1941 season.
  28. 1945: German troops blow up the Wessel Bridge crossing the Rhine River to prevent it from falling into the hands of the Allies. Meanwhile, American B-29 bombers pounded Tokyo, Japan, killing 100,000 people on the ground.
  29. 1947: Future guitarist and vocalist with the rock band, Boston[i]—Tom Scholz—is born on this date.
  30. 1949: in Washington, D.C., a jury of her peers convicted Nazi wartime broadcaster Mildred E. Gillars of treason. During the war, she broadcast to Allied troops as “Axis Sally,” and for this crime, she served 12 years in prison.
  31. 1952: General Fulgencio Bautista launches a military coup against the government in Cuba.
  32. 1959: A military coup in Cuba takes place as General Fulgencio Batista takes place.
  33. 1959: In Tibet’s city of Lhasa, Tibetans revolt against their Red Chinese occupiers.
  34. 1963: In the NBA, Wilt Chamberlain of the San Francisco Warriors scores 70 points in a game vs. the Syracuse Nationals.
  35. 1965: Neil Simon’s play “The Odd Couple,” starring Walter Matthau and Art Carney, opened on Broadway.
  36. 1966: France withdrew from NATO’s military command to protest U.S. dominance of the alliance. Meanwhile, in the Ashau Valley, the North Vietnamese overran a green beret camp.
  37. 1969: James Earl Ray pleaded guilty in Memphis, Tennessee, to assassinating civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr.; however, Mr. Ray later repudiated that plea, maintaining his innocence until death.
  38. 1971: The U.S. Senate approves an amendment that will lower the age of enfranchisement to 18 years of age across the nation.
  39. 1973: Capitol Records first released the Pink Floyd[ii] album, “Dark Side of the Moon” in the United States while the British release came nearly two weeks later.
  40. 1978: “The Incredible Hulk” starring Bill Bixby as Dr. David Banner premieres on CBS-TV.
  41. 1980: Iran’s insane leader, the Ayatollah Khomeini ‘lent his support’ to the militants holding the U.S. embassy and its people as hostages. Scumbag.
  42. 1981: The United States Postal Service announced that it would raise the price of first-class stamps from 15 to 18 cents.
  43. 1982: President Ronald Reagan proclaims economic sanctions against the nation of Libya for its support for global terrorism.
  44. 1984: Heavyweight boxer Tim Witherspoon knocked out Greg Page on this date.
  45. 1985: Konstantin U. Chernenko, the Soviet Union’s leader for just 13 months, died at age 73. Meanwhile, the Dallas Mavericks coach, Dick Motta, becomes the fourth NBA coach to win 700 games.
  46. 1987: The Vatican condemned surrogate parenting as well as test-tube and artificial insemination.
  47. 1988: Prior to the 50th anniversary of the Anschluss, Austrian President Kurt Waldheim apologized on his country’s behalf for atrocities committed by Austrian Nazis. Meanwhile, elsewhere in the world, pop singer, Andy Gibb, of the Bee Gees, died in Oxford, England, of heart inflammation five days after turning 30.
  48. 1993: Outside a Pensacola, Florida, abortion clinic, Michael Griffin shot to death Dr. David Gunn. The shooter is serving a life sentence for the murder.
  49. 1994: White House officials began testifying before a federal grand jury about the Whitewater controversy.
  50. 1998: U.S. troops serving in the Persian Gulf began receiving the first inoculations for anthrax.
  51. 2003: Natalie Maines, lead singer of the Dixie Chicks, told a London audience: “Just so you know—we’re ashamed of the president of the United States is from Texas.” however due to the outrage, she later apologized for the phrasing of her remark, a common way in which, the liberal left of the nation gets its insults across and then says they’re “sorry” for having said it. Question: where are the Dixie Chicks now? Answer: nowhere.
  52. 2009: In his first major speech on education, President Barack Hussein Obama called for tying teachers’ pay to student performance and expanding innovative charter schools. Elsewhere, a gunman, 28-year-old Michael McLendon, killed 10 people, including his mother, four other relatives and the wife and child of a local sheriff’s deputy across two rural Alabama counties before committing suicide. Cowardly POS.
  53. 2011: Lawmakers in Wisconsin’s capital pass the bill that removes almost all collective bargaining rights of its state employees’ union.
  54. 2012: In the GOP Presidential Primary, Governor Mitt Romney wins caucuses in the Northern Marianas Islands, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and Wyoming.
  55. 2013: Residents of the Falkland Islands complete the first day of a two-day referendum on whether they want to remain attached to Great Britain or become a part of nearby Argentina.
  56. 2014: Kim Jung-Un is re-elected as leader of North Korea with 100% of the vote; the election was the first since the death of his father, Kim Jung IL, in 2011. Elsewhere, Joe McGuiness, 71, the adventurous and news-making writer and reporter, died in Worcester, Massachusetts, on this date.
  57. 2015: Pakistan announces that is reinstating the DEATH PENALTY for all crimes requiring it; previously, the nation used it only for acts of terrorism and had in fact been in a moratorium until the terrorist attacks of December 2014.
  58. 2016: In Coral Gables, Fla., CNN hosts the 12th GOP presidential candidates debate.
  59. 2017: South Korean high court upholds parliament’s decision to impeach President Park Geun-hye for corruption and other charges.
  60. 2018: Syrian government forces made their deepest push yet into the eastern suburbs of the capital Damascus in a major blow to opposition fighters. Meanwhile, campaigning in western Pennsylvania for a Republican House candidate, President Donald J. Trump told a rally that his new tariffs were saving the nation’s steel industry.
  61. 2019: In Badghis Province, Afghanistan, the Taliban[iii] attacks an Afghan government military base capturing or killing 50 Afghan troops. Elsewhere, Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 crashes just after takeoff from Addis Ababa, killing all 157 people aboard. This was one of the two major crashes that sealed the fate of Boeing’s 737 Max 8 aircraft.
  62. 2020:  As things now stand, it appears that on Super Tuesday Junior, former Vice President Joe Biden won BIG in Michigan, Mississippi, and Missouri.  At the time of this update, it appears that Joe Biden also is winning Idaho and that Bernie Sanders will win North Dakota and Washington.  So far…

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

00034 The Produce Tester 12 x 16 (400)

 

This artwork is #0034 a 12” x 16” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “The Produce Tester.” 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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Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort in 1993, the exceptional, “Taxi.” As with his preceding solo efforts, the album featured a ‘cast of thousands,’ all top-quality musicians who helped the vocalist create a stunning effort. Say what you will about Ferry, the man has a style reminiscent of no one else and yet blazes the way for many artists who seek to emulate him. Please, visit Amazon.com where you can pick it up in the format, the condition, and the price that works best for you.

 

 

 

 

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[i] Not sure when we will begin promoting the music of Boston but when we do, we will alert the readership. Stay tuned for further developments.

[ii] We hope to promote the music of Pink Floyd and of the group’s individual members after Supertramp who is up next after we finish the music of Roxy Music and its members.

[iii] The Taliban is a prime example as to WHY we built the neutron bomb. We need to drop it every where the frigging Taliban is, radiating everything with a massive burst that will diminish after a week or two. Kill them all. Then we can declare peace and leave civilized Afghanistan.

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 03, 2020

JJ. 1952: The Supreme Court of the United States upheld New York State’s Feinberg Law that banned Communist teachers in the U.S.—Question: why is no one enforcing this law NOW?

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 03, 2020:

Buffalo Springfield, Elvis Presley, Thin Lizzy featuring Snowy White, and Wings featuring Linda McCartney:

  1. 1746: The army of Bonnie Prince Charlie of Scotland occupies Inverness Castle.
  2. 1791: An act of the U.S. Congress establishes the Mint. It also passed a measure taxing distilled spirits; it was the first internal revenue act in U.S. history.
  3. 1801: The first American Jew elected governor, David Emanuel, takes the oath of office in Georgia.
  4. 1805: An act of the U.S. Congress forms the Louisiana-Missouri Territories.
  5. 1812: Congress passed the first foreign aid bill.
  6. 1815: The United States declares war on the Barbary Pirates for taking American prisoners and keeping their ships.
  7. 1817: The Mississippi Territory undergoes division into the Mississippi and Alabama Territories. Meanwhile, the first commercial steamboat route between Louisville and New Orleans opened on this date.
  8. 1820: The Missouri Compromise passes making the territory a slave-holding one.
  9. 1837: The U.S. Congress increases the number of justices on the Supreme Court from seven to nine. Meanwhile, President Andrew Jackson and Congress recognize the Republic of Texas.
  10. 1845: Florida became the 27th state of the Union. Meanwhile, in Washington, DC, Congress passed legislation overriding a presidential veto for the first time in the history of the United States. Finally, an Act of Congress established uniform postal rates throughout the nation with the new law going into effect on July 1, 1845.
  11. 1849: On this date, the government of the United States established the U.S. Department of the Interior. In addition to that, the U.S. Congress organizes the Minnesota Territory.  Finally, Congress passed the Gold Coinage Act, which allowed the minting of gold coins.
  12. 1851: The U.S. Congress authorized the 3-cent piece, which was the smallest U.S. silver coin in circulation at the time.
  13. 1857: The outbreak of the Second Opium War sees France and Great Britain declare war on the crumbling nation of China with the intent of gaining more territory.
  14. 1861: Czar Alexander II of Russia signs the Emancipation Manifesto, which gave serfs their freedom.
  15. 1863: By signing a measure, President Abraham Lincoln created the National Academy of the Sciences. Meanwhile, the U.S. Congress begins the organization of the Idaho Territory.  Finally, the U.S. Postal Service authorized free mail delivery within city limits.
  16. 1865: To help destitute Southern blacks, the Congress creates the Freedman’s Bureau.
  17. 1873: Congress enacts the Comstock Law, making it illegal to send any “obscene, lewd, or lascivious” books through the mail.
  18. 1875: The U.S. Congress authorized the 20-cent piece; however, it was in circulation for just three years.
  19. 1879: Before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), the first female lawyer ever to address it does so on this day: Belva Ann Bennett Lockwood.
  20. 1885: The American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) incorporated in New York as a subsidiary of the American Bell Telephone Co. Meanwhile, the U.S. Post Office began offering special delivery for first-class mail.
  21. 1891: The Congress of the United States creates the U.S. Court of Appeals system.
  22. 1894: British Prime Minster William Gladstone submitted his resignation to Queen Victoria, ending his fourth and final premiership.
  23. 1899: George Dewey becomes the first Admiral of the Navy in the U.S.
  24. 1903: The U.S. imposed a $2 head tax on incoming immigrants. It should be $100,000 by now, 2018. Meanwhile, some unfortunate named Barney Gilmore suffered arrest for spitting in public in the city of St. Louis.
  25. 1910: J.D. Rockefeller Jr., announced his withdrawal from business to administer his father’s fortune for an “uplift in humanity.” He also appealed to the U.S. Congress for the creation of the Rockefeller Foundation.
  26. 1913: More than 5,000 suffragists marched down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. a day before the presidential inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson.
  27. 1918: In World War I, Germany, Austro-Hungary, and Russia sign the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk. This ended Russia’s participation in World War I and gave the Germans free rein to absorb as much Russian territory as possible.
  28. 1920: In the NHL, the Montreal Canadians score a record 16 goals in beating the Quebec Bulldogs.
  29. 1923: Time Magazine, founded by Briton Hadden and Henry R. Luce, made its debut.
  30. 1931: The “Star-Spangled Banner” became the national anthem of the United States as President Herbert Hoover signed a congressional resolution. People originally knew the song as “Defense of Ft. McHenry.”
  31. 1934: Bank robber John Dillinger breaks out of a jail using nothing more than a hand-carved wooden gun.
  32. 1939: In Bombay, Ghandi began a fast to protest the state’s autocratic rule.
  33. 1943: In London’s East End, 173 people died in a crush of bodies at the Bethnal Green tube station, which was being used as a wartime shelter.
  34. 1945: The Allies fully secured the Philippine capital of Manila from Japanese forces during World War II. They also recapture Corregidor from the Japanese defenders. Elsewhere, Superman encountered Batman and Robin for the first time on the Mutual Broadcasting System.
  35. 1948: Future guitarist with the Anglo-Irish rock band, Thin Lizzy[i]– Snowy White- is born in Barnstable, Devon, UK, on this date. He would perform with the band from 1979 to 1982.
  36. 1952: The Supreme Court of the United States upheld New York State’s Feinberg Law that banned Communist teachers in the U.S.—Question: why is no one enforcing this law NOW?
  37. 1955: Elvis Presley[ii] makes his first TV appearance on a broadcast of radio show, “Louisiana Hayride.”
  38. 1956: Morocco gained its independence from France on this date.
  39. 1959: The San Francisco Giants had their new stadium officially named Candlestick Park. Meanwhile, the United States launched the Pioneer 4 spacecraft, which flew by the moon. Elsewhere, comedian Lou Costello died in East Los Angeles three days before his 53rd
  40. 1960: Lucille Ball filed for divorce from her husband, Desi Arnaz, a day after they had finished filming the last episode of “The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show” on Arnaz’s 43rd
  41. 1966: The famous albeit short-lived rock group, the Buffalo Springfield[iii] forms: it consists of Richie Furay, Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Dewey Martin, and Jim Messina.
  42. 1969: Apollo 9 blasted off from Cape Kennedy on a mission to test the lunar module as it made 151 orbits of the Earth, which took ten days’ time. Meanwhile, Sirhan B. Sirhan testified in a Los Angeles courtroom that he did indeed assassinate Robert F. Kennedy.
  43. 1974: A Turkish Airlines DC-10 crashed shortly after takeoff from Orly Airport in Paris, killing all 346 people on board it. Elsewhere, in the second round of their heavyweight-boxing match, George Foreman knocks out Ken Norton.
  44. 1975: In the United States, police bust Linda McCartney for pot possession.
  45. 1980: The Nautilus, the first nuclear-powered submarine, was decommissioned with the vessel’s final voyage ending on May 26, 1979.
  46. 1985: Coal miners in Britain voted to end a yearlong strike that proved to be the longest and most violent walk-out in British history.
  47. 1991: In a scene captured on amateur video, Los Angeles police officers beat the living shit out of motorist Rodney King for being high and for having led them on a lengthy pursuit. Elsewhere, 25 people died when a United Airlines Boeing 737-200 crashed while approaching the Colorado Springs Airport.
  48. 1993: Health pioneer Albert Sabin, developer of the oral polio vaccine, died in Washington, D.C., at age 86.
  49. 1994: The Mexican government reached a peace agreement with the Chiapas rebel group.
  50. 1995: A U.N. peacekeeping mission in Somalia sputtered to an end.
  51. 2002: Voters in Switzerland approved joining the United Nations, abandoning almost 200 years of formal neutrality.
  52. 2003: Israeli troops arrested Hamas cofounder Mohammed Taha in a deadly raid; however, they released him 14 months later.
  53. 2009: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, during a visit to Israel, promised to work with the incoming government, but said movement toward establishment of a Palestinian state was “inescapable.”
  54. 2010: In Baquoba, Iraq, 33 people and more than 50 wounded in multiple suicide bomb attacks.
  55. 2011: The United Nations releases a report showing that world food price is at their highest level in the past 20 years.
  56. 2012: GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney wins the caucus in Washington State.
  57. 2013: Doctors pronounce a 2-year old Mississippi girl born with HIV/AIDS, HIV-negative after receiving treatment for the virus within 30 hours after her birth.   Meanwhile, in Karachi, Pakistan, members of the ‘religion of peace’ conduct bombings that kill 45 people and wound scores more.
  58. 2014: Researchers discover the world’s largest virus to date in 30,000-year-old Siberian ice; the ancient virus is still able to infect amoebae, its target hosts. Meanwhile, Bill Gates wins the title as the world’s richest person in the Forbes annual ranking, with a total net worth of $76 billion; he outranked last year’s wealthiest person, Carlos Slim, by $4 billion. Elsewhere, President Barack Obama pressed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a White House meeting to make the “tough decisions” needed to move forward on talks with the Palestinians. Meanwhile, Oscar Pistorius pleaded not guilty to murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, on Valentine’s Day 2013, marking the start of the Olympian’s murder trial in South Africa. (Pistorius is serving a 13-year-sentence for murder after his original manslaughter conviction, was overturned and his original six-year sentence was increased).
  59. 2015: According to Brainy History, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to S. Congress on his concerns with current negotiations to limit Iran’s nuclear program, portraying the deal as dangerous; U.S. President Barack Obama dismissed the speech content as ‘nothing new.’
  60. 2016: In Detroit, Michigan, Fox News hosts the 11th GOP presidential primary debate.
  61. 2017: In Tuam, Ireland, a mass grave filled with the remains of 800 children and infants is uncovered at a former Catholic care home.
  62. 2018: Actor David Ogden Stiers, best known for playing a surgeon on the “M.A.S.H.” television series, died at his Oregon home at the age of 75. Meanwhile, coastal communities in the northeastern United States saw damaging high tide flooding and the lingering effects of powerful, gusting winds in the aftermath of a vicious nor’easter. Finally, the 2018 Razzles Awards names “The Emoji Movie” the worst movie of 2017. Yow.
  63. 2019: Much to the relief of tech billionaire Elon Musk, his SpaceX Dragon capsule successfully docks with the International Space Station on its test run. Awesome! Meanwhile down in Alabama and Georgia, tornadoes rip through several communities killing 23 people and injuring scores more.
  64. 2020: At the time of this update, one of the most amazing political comebacks in the history of the United States occurs as former Vice President Joe Biden wins state after state. Bernie Sanders and his communist ideals are crumbling while his loony tunes buddy, Liz Warren, is down in the crapper, losing her home state to Smoking Joe Biden. Michael Bloomberg, a putz who spent more than $600 million to buy the election for himself managed to buy ONLY American Samoa. Time for Bloomberg to leave the race as well as Elizabeth Warren. No one wants oligarchs and no one wants communists. Meanwhile, news appears that says Tom Steyer, who left the race a week ago, spent $160 million to win 0 delegates. Finally, a horrible series of tornados roared through Tennessee killing at least 25 people and injuring numerous others.

 

 

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

 

00027 Calistoga Sunday 16 x 20 (400)

 

This artwork is #0027 a 16” x 20” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Calistoga Sunday.” 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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Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort in 1987, the monumental, “Bête Noir.” As with his preceding solo efforts, the album featured a ‘cast of thousands,’ all top-quality musicians who helped the vocalist create a stunning effort. Say what you will about Ferry, the man has a style reminiscent of no one else and yet blazes the way for many artists who seek to emulate him. If you love the man, this is a must-have effort for all fans, which is why we urge you to look for it wherever you buy the finest rock music on the planet. You will be glad you did. We thank you.

 

 

 

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[i] We look forward to promoting the music of Thin Lizzy when we promote the music of U2, sometime within the next 4-5 years. We hope you will be with us when we do.

[ii] When the time will be right for the presentation of Elvis Presley is unknown but if we are still going strong in the 2030’s, we expect to do so. Please, stay tuned.

[iii] We promoted the music of Buffalo Springfield beginning on Saturday, 17-November-2012 through Saturday, 24-November-2012. We hope you will seek this music out and consider adding it to your collection. You will be glad you did.

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 29, 2020

AA. 1996: Following the longest siege in modern military history of a capital city- 1,425 days- Serb forces withdraw from Sarajevo.

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“Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band” by the Beatles and the Monkees featuring Davy Jones:

  1. 1288: Scotland established this day as one when a woman could propose marriage to a man. If he refused the proposal, the law required him to pay a fine.
  2. 1504: Christopher Columbus uses a lunar eclipse to frighten hostile Jamaican natives into doing his bidding.
  3. 1692: In Salem, Massachusetts, Sarah Goode and Tituba, the African slave, are officially accused of being witches and practicing witchcraft.
  4. 1704: In Deerfield, Massachusetts, French and their Indian allies attack the settlement, killing 50, and abducting 100.
  5. 1784: The Marquis de Sade is transferred from the Vincennes Fortress to the Bastille.
  6. 1796: Jay’s Treaty proclaimed; it settles some residual differences between the United States and Great Britain.
  7. 1856: Hostilities in the Russo-Turkish War cease.
  8. 1860: Herman Hollerith invented the first electric tabulating machine.
  9. 1880: The Gotthard Railway Tunnel linking Switzerland with Italy is completed on this date.
  10. 1892: The United States and Great Britain sign a treaty on seal hunting in the Bering Sea.
  11. 1904: President Theodore Roosevelt appoints a seven-man commission to study the Panama Canal.
  12. 1908: Dutch scientists produce solid helium.
  13. 1932: In Finland, a coup attempt by the Fascist Lapua Movement against the government fails.
  14. 1936: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the nation’s second neutrality act.
  15. 1940: During World War II, 45 U-Boats are sunk this month; it is a loss of 170,000 tons. Meanwhile, Hattie McDaniel became the first black person to win an Oscar.  She won Best Supporting Actress award for her role as Mammy in “Gone with the Wind.”
  16. 1944: The invasion of the Admiralty Islands began with Operation Brewer. General Douglas MacArthur led his forces onto the island of Los Negros.  Elsewhere, Dorothy McElroy Vredenburgh of Alabama became the first woman to be appointed secretary of a national political party.  The Democratic National Committee appointed her to their leadership post.
  17. 1948: The Stern group bombs a Cairo-Haifa train, which results in the deaths of 27 British soldiers.
  18. 1956: The Islamic Republic of Pakistan forms.
  19. 1968: The Beatles’[i] “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band” wins a Grammy.
  20. 1960: The first Playboy Club opens in Chicago, featuring their Bunnies.
  21. 1964: Dawn Fraser got her 36th world record. The Australian swimmer received a time of 58.9 seconds in the 100-meter freestyle in Sydney.
  22. 1968: The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, the Kerner Commission, makes its report against (1) racism and (2) demands that aid be given to black Americans.
  23. 1972: Hank Aaron becomes the first U.S. Major League Baseball player to sign for $200,000 per year. Meanwhile, gossip columnist Jack Anderson releases information via a memo he uncovered that in exchange for a donation of $400 thousand to the GOP, anti-trust charges were dropped on ITT.
  24. 1980: The NHL’s Gordie Howell becomes the first player to score 800 career goals.
  25. 1984: After 15 years as prime minister of Canada, Pierre Trudeau announces he is going to step down.
  26. 1988: A Nazi document comes to light that links UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim to deportations of Jews to death camps during World War II. Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Ed Koch calls President Ronald Reagan a “WIMP” in the War on Drugs.
  27. 1996: Following the longest siege in modern military history of a capital city- 1,425 days- Serb forces withdraw from Sarajevo.
  28. 2004: In the 76th Academy Awards, “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” wins Best Picture Award while Sean Penn wins Best Actor and Charlize Theron wins Best Actress.
  29. 2012: Davy Jones longtime vocalist with the rock band, the Monkees[ii], died on this date.
  30. 2020:  The results for the South Carolina Democratic Party Primary are mind-blowing: for the first time in 33 years, former Vice President Joe Biden wins a primary.  Here are the results: Biden: 48.45-percent; Bernie Sanders: 19.91-percent; Tom Steyer: 11.33-percent; Pete Buttigieg: 8.29-percent; Elizabeth Warren: 7.07-percent; Amy Klobuchar: 3.15-percent; and Tulsi Gabbard: 1.28-percent.  A few hours following the primary results, candidate Tom Steyer threw in the towel for a second time (he did it after the Nevada Caucuses the previous week but then leapt back in).  All we can say to Tom “Green Jeans” Steyer is ‘good riddance.’[i][i] Editor’s note, not the blog’s.

 

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

 

00024 An Early Snow 16 x 20 (400)

 

This artwork is #0024 a 16” x 20” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “An Early Snow.”  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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Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort in 1985, the highly successful, “Boys and Girls.”  Many see a connection between this album and the final Roxy Music album, “Avalon,” as the soundscapes bear similarity beyond denial.  If you love both the band and the man, this is a must-have effort for all fans, which is why we urge you to buy it ASAP as it ranks as one of the top 10 live albums of the 1980s.  We hope you will check it out and enjoy it for years to come.  You will be glad you did.

 

 

 

 

 

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[i] 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.    “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” appeared on Tuesday, 22-November-2016.  Please seek out this massive offering by visiting the blog posts between those dates. You will be glad you did.

[ii] Not sure when we will begin presenting the music of this famed American band- the Monkees- but when we do, we also do the solo catalogs of Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork.  Please stay tuned for more information.

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 17, 2020

VV. 2010: The Supreme Court of the Republic of Ukraine suspends the declaration of President Viktor Yanukovych’s victory at the polls.

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President’s Day

Chef Fritz Schlependrecht of the AICP-END Blog, President James K. Polk, “Surfin’” by the Beach Boys, “Strawberry Fields/Penny Lane” by the Beatles, and Lynyrd Skynyrd featuring Rickey Medlocke:

  1. 1568: The Holy Roman Emperor agrees to pay the Ottoman Turks an annual tribute to maintain peace between his realm and theirs.
  2. 1621: Elected by his peers, Myles Standish becomes the first commander of the Plymouth Colony.
  3. 1772: Russia and Prussia partition the Kingdom of Poland for the first time with Austria joining them a short while later.
  4. 1795: James K. Polk—future 11th president of the United States 1845-1849—is born in the United States on this date. President Polk was a Democrat.
  5. 1801: The U.S. House of Representatives breaks an Electoral College tie by choosing Thomas Jefferson to be president over Aaron Burr who became vice president.
  6. 1815: The United States and Britain exchanged the instruments of ratification for the Treaty of Ghent, ending the War of 1812.
  7. 1817: Civic workers put the first gas lit streetlights into operation on this date in the city of Baltimore, Md.
  8. 1854: Great Britain agrees to recognize the independence of the Orange Free State of South Africa.
  9. 1863: In Geneva, Switzerland, organizers found the International Red Cross on this date.
  10. 1864: The Confederate submarine the HL Hunley sinks the Union ship USS Housatonic with a torpedo attached to a spar; in the process, the submarine sinks, too.
  11. 1865: Columbia, South Carolina, burned as the Confederacy evacuated, and Union forces moved in; however, it is not clear as to who bears responsibility for starting the fires.
  12. 1867: The first ship sails through the Suez Canal.
  13. 1870: Mississippi becomes the 9th state readmitted to the Union following the Civil War.
  14. 1876: Julius Wolff becomes the first canner credited with canning sardines.
  15. 1878: In San Francisco, the first large city telephone exchange opened with a whopping total of 18 telephones.
  16. 1880: Russian Czar Alexander II survives an assassination attempt.
  17. 1897: The forerunner of the National PTA, the National Congress of Mothers, convened its first meeting in Washington, D.C.
  18. 1904: At its premiere at La Scala in Milan, Italy, the crowd pans the original two-act version of Giacomo Puccini’s opera, “Madame Butterfly,” a show that would grow in popularity over the decades.
  19. 1913: The Armory Show, a landmark exhibit of European modern art, opened in New York City. (One work in the exhibit stirred much controversy was “Nude descending a Staircase (No.2),” an abstract painting by French artist Marcel Duchamp). Elsewhere, the first minimum wage law in the United States takes effect in Oregon.
  20. 1915: Edward Stone, America’s first combatant to die in World War I suffers a mortal wound on this date.
  21. 1924: Swimmer Johnny Weissmuller set a world record in the 100-yard freestyle. He did it with a time of 57.2/5 seconds in Miami.
  22. 1933: Under the title, “News-Week,” Thomas J. C. Martyn published the first edition of the magazine Newsweek. (The magazine abandoned its print format at the end of last year in favor of an exclusively online edition).
  23. 1934: A high school at State College, Pa., introduced the first driver’s education course at this level of education on this date.
  24. 1936: The world’s first superhero, The Phantom, makes his first appearance in the comics.
  25. 1940: The crew of the British destroyer HMS Cossack board the German tanker ship Altmark in Jossingjord, Norway, and release 299 British prisoners after hand-to-hand fighting with bayonets. It was the last recorded Royal Navy action with cutlass.
  26. 1942: Irina and Helmut Schlependrecht welcomed their son, Chef Fritz, currently a blogger here at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day into their family. Irina gave birth to him in Anaheim, California, and he later apprenticed to be a chef at age 10.
  27. 1943: During World War II, Adolf Hitler visits General Eric von Manstein’s headquarters at Zaporozhe on the Eastern Front to confer on the situation and to plan the upcoming spring and summer offensives culminating in the Battle of Kursk. Meanwhile, New York Yankee Joe DiMaggio enlists in the U.S. Army.
  28. 1944: During World War II, U.S. forces invaded Eniwetok Atoll, encountering little initial resistance from Japanese troops and secured the atoll less than a week later. Meanwhile, U.S. Army Air Forces begin nighttime bombings of Japanese-held Truk Island.
  29. 1947: The Voice of America began broadcasting to the Soviet Union.
  30. 1950: Rickey Medlocke—future guitarist and vocalist with the Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd[i]—is born in the United States on this date.
  31. 1959: The United States launched Vanguard 2, a satellite that carried meteorological equipment.
  32. 1962: The Beach Boys[ii] introduce an entirely new brand of pop music with the release of their first single, “Surfin’,” which gave rise to Surf Rock.
  33. 1964: The Supreme Court, in Wesberry v. Sanders, ruled that congressional districts within each state had to be roughly equal in population.
  34. 1965: Comedienne Joan Rivers made her first guest appearances on “The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson” on NBC>
  35. 1967: The Beatles[iii] release “Strawberry Fields Forever” and “Penny Lane.”
  36. 1968: The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame opened in Springfield, Mass.
  37. 1972: President Richard M. Nixon departed the White House with his wife, Pat, on a historic trip to China.
  38. 1974: Robert K. Preston, a disgruntled U.S. Army private buzzes the White House with a stolen helicopter.
  39. 1979: The People’s Republic of China invades Vietnam.
  40. 1985: U.S. postage stamp prices increased from 20 cents to 22 cents for first-class mail on this date.
  41. 1986: During their incursion into the neighboring African nation of Chad, Libyan bombers begin attacking their airport at N’djamena. Elsewhere, Johnson & Johnson announced it would no longer sell over the counter (OTC) medications in capsule form, following the death of a woman who had taken a cyanide-laced Tylenol capsule.
  42. 1988: Iranian-backed terrorists kidnap Lt. Colonel William Higgins–a Marine Corps officer serving with a United Nations truce monitoring group in southern Lebanon—and later murdered him.
  43. 1989: The North African nations of Mauritania, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Libya form a common market.
  44. 1992: In Milwaukee, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer received a sentence of life in prison. However, his sentence ended prematurely when in November 1994, an inmate beat him to death in the prison yard.
  45. 1993: A ferry carrying some 1,000 people sank off the coast of Haiti; at least 700 of the people aboard it drowned or were lost at sea.
  46. 1996: World chess champion Garry Kasparov beat the IBM supercomputer Deep Blue in Philadelphia.
  47. 2009: President Barack Hussein Obama[iv] signed a mammoth $787 billion economic stimulus package (aka the Porkulus that kept union workers employed while putting regular Americans out of work) into law in Denver; he also approved adding some 17,000 U.S. troops for the war raging in Afghanistan.
  48. 2010: The Supreme Court of the Republic of Ukraine suspends the declaration of President Viktor Yanukovych’s victory at the polls.
  49. 2011: A large, rare, Andy Warhol self-portrait in red and white sells for $10.79 million pounds at Christie’s auction house in London, England.
  50. 2012: Between 60 to 70 thieves who broke into the Archaeological Museum of Olympia in Greece steal artifacts of the ancient Olympic Games.
  51. 2013: In Bolivar, Venezuela, the country’s government opens a granite processing plant, estimating it will provide 25% of the nation’s granite requirements.
  52. 2014: Jimmy Fallon officially replaces Jay Leno in his first broadcast as host of “The Tonight Show.” Elsewhere, the co-pilot of an Italian-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 767 locked his captain out of the cockpit, commandeered the plane, then headed to Geneva, where he was arrested upon landing by Swiss authorities. No one was injured during the mishap.
  53. 2015: According to Brainy History, Ukrainian forces leave the city of Debaltseve after rebels continue fighting despite a negotiated ceasefire; the rebels claim that the city, which connects the rebel-held corridor between Donetsk and Luhansk, was not included in the agreement.
  54. 2016: After famed Filipino boxer Manny Pacquaio makes some comments about ‘gay people being worse than animals,’ Nike yanks a lucrative endorsement. WTF? The Cancel Culture strikes again. Freedom of speech for ALL and not for some.
  55. 2017: The research journal, “GSA Today,” announces the discovery of a new, mostly underwater continent dubbed Zealandia in the South Pacific.
  56. 2018: In north-eastern Nigeria in Konduga, three suicide bombers kill 18 people. Ah, got to love the ‘religion of peace,’ no?
  57. 2019: In the streets of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, thousands protest in the streets over government corruption and inflation. What else is new?
  58. 2020: Disheveled old crone, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-CA, continues braying about President Trump being ‘impeached for life,’ that he ‘was not acquitted’ as ‘without a trial’ there can be no acquittal. What should be clear to everyone is that this haggard old wretch should undergo impeachment herself because she has clearly lost her mind. We hope in November 2020 the good people of her district will vote her out of office and send her home to sit in a rocking chair, a shawl covering her sagging shoulders, and that someone will turn on reruns of Matlock while spoon-feeding her chicken noodle soup. We place part of the blame on her for convincing that Punjab POS Sundar Pichai to close our two Google Blogger sites, simply because she won the Second Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award. Say it ain’t so, Speaker Pelosi! Meanwhile, additional negative information continues coming out on former New York City Mayor “Mini” Mike Bloomberg showing him disparaging farmers and factory workers all the while crowing about ‘stop and frisk’ taking down minority thug kids in his city. What a bum.

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK PAINTING OF THE DAY:

 

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This artwork is #0012 a 20” x 24” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Pheasant Country.” 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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Beverly Carrick: The World’s Greatest Artist (1927-2012)

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ALBUM OF THE DAY:

 

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Say what you will about Bryan Ferry’s solo efforts, this one is absolutely among the crème de la crème recorded by the artist. “In Your Mind” (1977) has some amazing tunes on it, which is why we deem this album to be among his absolute best. Each successful Ferry solo album continues to demonstrate that the musician and the musicians with which, he surrounds himself deliver some of the finest music of any artist from the 1970s. We urge you to seek this one out and add it to your collection- you will love it.

 

 

 

 

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Original Beverly Carrick Artworks, Beverly Carrick—World Famous Artist, President James K. Polk, Rickey Medlocke, Lynyrd Skynyrd, “Surfin’” by the Beach Boys, Chef Fritz Schlependrecht, Just the Facts, Wesberry v. Sanders, The Beatles, Czar Alexander II,

[i] We hope to share the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd sometime in the next decade. At least by 2029 so please stay tuned for further news.

[ii] We hope to present the music of this foundational American rock band within the next 5-6 years. Please stay tuned for further developments. We thank you; we know you love the Beach Boys as much as we do.

[iii] We began promoting the music of the Beatles and the band’s original members, beginning on Friday, 04-November-2016 which ran through Sunday, 11-June-2017. You definitely need to check out the music of the Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr- you will be glad you did.

[iv] Many believe Barack Obama should be disqualified as a president because most believe he was born outside the United States which would ban him from ever seeking the highest office in the land. At the very least, an asterisk should be placed by his name in all U.S. history books.

 

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