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172. TODAY IN HISTORY—MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2021:
West Virginia Day (Observed)
Vice President Daniel D. Tompkins; U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson; U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren; U.S. Attorney General Isaac Toucey; Aerosmith featuring Joey Kramer, Badfinger featuring Joey Molland, Colosseum featuring Jon Hiseman, Crazy Horse featuring Nils Lofgren, Deep Purple (as well as Jethro Tull, Ozzy Osborne, and Wishbone Ash) featuring Don Airey, the Kinks featuring Ray Davies, Little Richard, and the Young Rascals:
- 68 Thursday: as Roman General Vespasian and his army enter Judea to quell the Great Jewish Revolt, they conquer the city of Jericho where he takes Josephus prisoner.
- 996 Tuesday: The 138th Catholic Pope Gregory V crowns Otto III Roman Catholic German Emperor of Elzas.
- 1377 Saturday: After ruling England for 50 years, King Edward III died. His grandson, Richard II succeeded him.
- 1498 Tuesday: Bavarian Emperor Maximillian expels the Jews from Nuremburg.
- 1547 Saturday: The great fire of Moscow occurs on this date.
- 1607 Thursday: Organizers establish the first Protestant Episcopal parish in the New World at Jamestown, Virginia.
- 1633 Tuesday: The Inquisition forces Galileo Galilei to ‘abjure, curse, and detest” his Copernican heliocentric views.
- 1661 Tuesday: Through the Treaty of Kardis, Sweden and Russia make peace.
- 1672 Tuesday: French troops under King Louis XIV occupy the city of Utrecht.
- 1684 Wednesday: King Charles II revokes the Massachusetts Bay Colony charter.
- 1768 Tuesday: Dr. John Archer receives the first U.S. bachelor of medicine degree.
- 1774 Tuesday: Future sixth vice president of the United States, 1817-1825, Democratic-Republican Daniel D. Tompkins—is born in Castleton, Province of New York, British America, on this date. A Democratic-Republican, he served under President James Monroe from 03-04-1817-03-04-1825.
- 1788 Saturday: The United States Constitution went into effect, as New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it.
- 1834 Saturday: Cyrus Hall McCormick received a patent for his reaping machine. This invention allowed farmers to more than double the size of their food crops.
- 1848 Wednesday: The 20th U.S. Attorney General Isaac Toucey assumed his position on this date. A Democrat, he served under President James K. Polk from today until March 03, 1848.
- 1877 Thursday: The Molly Maguires, 10 Irish immigrants, meet their end at the gallows at two different prisons: Schuylkill County and Carbon County, Pennsylvania.
- 1879 Saturday: F. W. Woolworth opens his first store, which fails almost immediately.
- 1887 Tuesday: Great Britain celebrates the golden jubilee of Queen Victoria.
- 1893 Wednesday: The first Ferris wheel premieres at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Illinois.
- 1898 Tuesday: Guam becomes a territory of the United States.
- 1913 Saturday: Georgia “Tiny” Broadwick became the first woman to parachute from an airplane as she jumped out over Los Angeles.
- 1915 Monday: Following an anti-British revolt in South Africa, British authorities arrest General De Law and other officers.
- 1916 Wednesday: Mexican troops beat American General Blackjack Pershing’s troops in one of the initial battles of the Mexican Incursion.
- 1917 Thursday: The Hawaiian Red Cross forms.
- 1932 Tuesday: Heavyweight Max Schmeling lost a title fight rematch in New York by decision to Jack Sharkey, prompting Schmeling’s manager, Joe Jacobs, to exclaim: “We were robbed!”
- 1938 Thursday: In Washington, DC, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the $3.75 billion Emergency Relief Appropriation Act into law.
- 1939 Friday: The New York Yankees announce Lou Gehrig’s retirement after his personal doctors reveal the baseball player has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- 1941 Monday: German and other Axis troops launched an invasion of the Soviet Union—Operation Barbarossa—as they crossed the border of the nation from the Arctic Circle to the Black Sea.
- 1942 Sunday: Axis forces led by Generaloberst (Colonel-General) Erwin Rommel captured the Libyan city of Tobruk during World War II. The Fuhrer promoted Rommel to the rank of field marshal for capturing the city; however, the Allies recaptured the port after heavy fighting in November 1942. Meanwhile in the Pacific Theater of War, an Imperial Japanese submarine fired shells at Fort Stevens on the Oregon coast, causing insignificant damage.
- 1943 Monday: Army nurse Lt. Edith Greenwood became the first woman to receive the Soldier’s Medal for showing heroism during a fire at a military hospital in Yuma, Arizona. Meanwhile, Federal troops put down a race riot in Detroit resulting in 30 deaths.
- 1944 Wednesday: Ray Davies of the Kinks[i] was born on this date in Fortis Green, England. Meanwhile, the future drummer of Colosseum[ii], Jon Hiseman, is born in Blackheath, England.
- 1945 Thursday: U.S. forces defeat the Japanese on the island of Okinawa during World War II. Meanwhile, Pan Am announced an 88-hour-round-the-world flight at a cost of $700.
- 1946 Friday: The 85th overall and 13th U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson assumed his position on the court on the nation’s high court on this date. President Harry S. Truman nominated his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone, a Republican. He served from today until September 08, 1953, the day he died.
- 1948 Monday: Don Airey, the man who replaced Jon Lord in the British rock band, Deep Purple[iii], in 2002, was born on this date in Sunderland, England. He has also played with Ozzie Osbourne[iv], Wishbone Ash[v], Jethro Tull[vi], among other bands. Elsewhere, Joey Molland—future guitarist/vocalist with the British band, Badfinger[vii]—is born on this date in Liverpool, England.
- 1950 Wednesday: Joey Kramer—future hard rock drummer with the band, Aerosmith—is born in the Bronx, New York City, N.Y., on this date.
- 1951 Thursday: Future guitarist with Crazy Horse[viii] and with Bruce Springsteen[ix]—Nils Lofgren—is born on this date in Chicago, Illinois.
- 1954 Monday: The American Cancer Society reported significantly higher death rates among cigarette smokers than among non-smokers.
- 1955 Tuesday: Johnny Cash[x] debuts Top 10 country song, “Cry! Cry! Cry!”
- 1956 Thursday: East Germany frees 19,000 political prisoners.
- 1958 Saturday: A federal judge in Arkansas let Little Rock delay school immigration on this date.
- 1963 Friday: A conclave of his fellow cardinals chose Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini to succeed the late Pope John XXIII (the 261st Roman Catholic Pope); the new pope took the name Paul VI becoming the 262nd pontiff of the Holy
- 1964 Sunday: In Philadelphia, Mississippi, the military arm of the Democratic Party- the Ku Klux Klan- murdered three civil rights workers on this date: Michael H. Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James E. Chaney. Searchers discovered the bodies buried in an earthen dam six weeks later. However, forty-one years later on this date, Ray Killen, an 80-year-old former Klansman went on trial and a jury found him guilty, giving him a 60-year prison sentence. The POS died in January 2018.
- 1968 Friday: The 14th U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren resigns his post, official on June 23; however, because of politics, he remained on the bench until June 23, 1969. The reason for his remaining on the court was that he was fearful of Richard M. Nixon winning the White House and then replacing him with a rock-solid conservative thus he remained on the court. However, he did not withdraw his resignation and so a year later, it became official.
- 1970 Sunday: Brazil defeats Italy 4-1 to win soccer’s World Cup in Mexico City.
- 1973 Thursday: The Supreme Court, in Miller v. California, ruled that states might ban materials found to be obscene according to local standards.
- 1974 Friday: The U.S. Supreme Court decided that pregnant teachers could no longer suffer their superiors forcing them to take long leaves of absence.
- 1977 Tuesday: Menachem Begin becomes Israel’s sixth prime minister.
- 1982 Monday: By reason of insanity, a jury finds John Hinckley Jr., ‘not guilty’ of the 1981-attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan.
- 1988 Tuesday: The (Young) Rascals[xi] go on their first U.S. tour in two decades. Meanwhile, in the 42nd National Basketball Association’s Finals, the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Detroit Pistons 4 games to 3.
- 1989 Wednesday: A sharply divided Supreme Court ruled that burning the American flag as the First Amendment protected a form of political protest.
- 1990 Thursday: Little Richard[xii] gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
- 1997 Saturday: The Women’s National Basketball Association begins as the New York Liberty beats the Los Angeles Sparks.
- 2001 Thursday: Mexican artist Frida Kahlo becomes the first Hispanic woman to be honored on a U.S. postage stamp.
- 2002 Friday: One of the worst wildfires in Arizona history grew to 128,000 acres, forcing thousands of homeowners near the community of Show Low to flee for their lives.
- 2012 Thursday: In a major banking massacre, Moody’s downgrades 15 major banks across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe.
- 2013 Friday: The U.S. Justice Department officially charges Edward Snowden with espionage. Elsewhere, with all eyes on the Chi-Coms, Taiwan reports its first case of H1N1 Swine Flu. Did those Chi-Coms do this?
- 2014 Saturday: The U.S. presses Iraq to put a new government into place as soon as possible to keep the nation from being torn apart by sectarian violence; the U.S. plans to send military advisors but not direct military assistance now.
- 2015 Sunday: 21-year-old professional golfer, Jordan Spieth, wins the U.S. Open becoming the youngest athlete since Bobby Jones—90 years earlier—to win the championship. Elsewhere, in Mumbai, India, people drinking toxic moonshine in a country that produces some of the best gins in the world find themselves in a pickle: 94 of the imbibers die while at least another 45-50 are carted off to the hospital. Wow.
- 2016: Amid reports that the North Koreans are preparing an imminent launch of one of their nuclear-capable missiles in the vicinity or over Japan, Japanese defense forces announce they are prepared to shoot down any piece of metal Kim Jong Un sends in their direction. Elsewhere, al-Shabab thugs cross into Kenya and ambush a car carrying several Kenyan police officers; five cops are killed in the attack. Allah Akbar. Light these SOBs up.
- 2017 Wednesday: An Israeli woman wins a landmark case in that nation by successfully suing the nation’s airline, El Al, for sexism. Flight attendants forced her to change seats so a man could take hers. Ouch.
- 2018 Thursday: In response to President Donald J. Trump imposing tariffs on the European Union, the EU turns around and slaps tariffs on $3.2 billion worth of U.S. goods. Meanwhile, the wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu- Sara- is charged with committing fraud. Finally, famed conservative icon, author, and psychiatrist Charles Krauthammer dies of cancer of the small intestine at age 68.
- 2019 Friday: London police find themselves called to the home of leading prime minister contender Boris Johnson for having abused his girlfriend in a domestic squabble. Yikes!
- 2020 Sunday: here are today’s stats for the Xi Jinping special Wuhan bat flu virus, first the globe: 8,693,518 confirmed cases, 462,025 confirmed deaths, and 4,281,365 confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the United States: 2,311,455 confirmed cases, 121,609 confirmed deaths, and 718,301 confirmed recoveries. In the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day possesses chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 173,824 confirmed cases, 5,495 confirmed deaths, but as has become the norm, NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 803 confirmed cases, 17 confirmed deaths, and 644 confirmed recoveries. Finally, here are the stats for the CHOP state, Washington: 28,225 confirmed cases, 1,265 confirmed deaths, but sadly, like California, moron Gov. Jay Inslee will NOT REPORT the number of confirmed recoveries.
- 2020 Sunday A: Former National Security Advisor for President Donald J. Trump- John “Endless Wars” Bolton- says ‘he hopes Trump is a one-term president and this his re-election imperils the country.’ John, STFU. Whereas we once respected you, we now see you for the RINO partisan POS you truly are. We hope you end up on the garbage heap of history like Scott McClellan. Elsewhere, British police in Reading say they suspect terrorism after a 25-year-old scumbag stabs three people to death while they are sitting in a park enjoying a warm summer’s evening. Meanwhile, communist China- the home of the Kung Flu- says it is going to suspend poultry imports from Tyson Foods after an outbreak of THEIR virus at an Arkansas plant.
- 2021 Monday: Stick around and discover whatever the heck is going on today- hopefully, the nation will still have its Constitution and its Bill of Rights in effect.
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Jethro Tull released their next ‘best of’ package on November 13, 1985, just in time for the upcoming holidays, “Original Masters.” This effort contains 12 essential cuts, most of them from albums but also some as singles or from EPs. If you have yet to introduce the music of this seminal British rock band to your ears, well, this is a glorious way in which one can right that incredibly lethargic wrong. We hope you will seek this album out, give it a good listen, and then add it to your daily listening pleasure. We think you will be glad you did.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, MONDAY JUNE 21, 2021 #3,991
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Monday, June 21, 2021:
[i] We presented the music of the Kinks, as well as of Ray and Dave Davies, beginning on Monday, 22-December-2014 through Sunday, 15-March-2015. We hope you will check out the music of this original British invasion band as they are as relevant today as they were more than 50 years ago. Sure beats the hell out of Maroon Five.
[ii] We look forward to sharing the music of this influential British band within the next five years. Colosseum was overlooked when we shared the group of interconnected bands in which, Humble Pie, was a part. Sorry for the oversight.
[iii] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018. Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands. All are fabulous.
[iv] We hope to offer the music of Black Sabbath sometime in the next decade and when we do, Ozzy Osbourne will be among them.
[v] We began celebrating the music of Wishbone Ash beginning on Sunday, October 28, 2018 and continued it through Sunday, January 06, 2019. From there, we covered the music of Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash beginning on January 07, 2019 through Sunday, January 13, 2019. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection of the BEST rock-and-roll music. You will be glad you did.
[vi] We expect to do the music of Jethro Tull, Wild Turkey, Ian Anderson, and Paris sometime in the next 5-6 years. We hope you will still be with us.
[vii] We should have shared the music of Badfinger at the time we promoted that of the Beatles but guess what? We flipping failed just as we failed to promote the music of Thunderclap Newman at the same time we did the Who. One day, we sure as heck will so please remain vigilant.
[viii] 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.
[ix] We don’t think we will ever promote the music of this musical charlatan. But who knows? In 50 years, we very well could so remain alert.
[x] We look forward to promoting the music of Johnny Cash one day so remain vigilant.
[xi] We began promoting the music of this legendary American rock band- the Young Rascals- beginning on Sunday, 08-December-2013 through Saturday, 21-December-2013. This band is one everyone who loves rock music must look into and enjoy
[xii] We hope to share the music of this famed artist, the one and only Little Richard, at some point in the next 20 years or so.
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