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37. 1954 Sunday: Fighting continues around Dien Bien Phu as heavy artillery bombardments continue to fall on French positions on the Huguettes and the Elianes. The communists have been throwing one human wave after another against the French positions but they won’t submit to the Viet Minh thugs. The fight drags on.

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94. TODAY IN HISTORY—SUNDAY, APRIL 04, 2021:

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President William Henry Harrison; Vice President John Tyler; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John McLean; U.S. Attorneys General George Henry Williams, Charles Devens, Benjamin H. Brewster, and James P. McGranery; Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., the Allman Brothers Band featuring Berry Oakley, Dire Straits featuring Pete Withers, Muddy Waters, the Steve Miller Band featuring Steve Miller, and Thin Lizzy featuring Gary Moore:

  1. 1081 Monday: Alexius I Comnenus occupies Byzantine throne.
  2. 1541 Friday: Ignatius of Loyola becomes 1st superior-general of Jesuits.
  3. 1581 Saturday: Sir Francis Drake completes circumnavigating the globe.
  4. 1812 Saturday: The territory of Orleans became the 18th U.S. state received the name Louisiana.
  5. 1814 Monday: Napoleon Bonaparte abdicates for the first time in favor of his son.
  6. 1818 Saturday: Congress decided that the flag of the United States would consist of 13 red and white stripes and 20 stars, with a new star added for every new state of the Union.
  7. 1820 Tuesday: In Charlestown, Massachusetts, future 35th U.S. Attorney General Charles Devens is born.  A Republican, he would serve under President Rutherford, B. Hayes from March 12, 1877 to March 04,1881.
  8. 1841 Sunday: President William Henry Harrison succumbed to pneumonia one month after his inaugural, becoming the first U.S. chief executive to die in office.   He died in Washington, D.C., at age 68.  The nation’s 9th Vice President John Tyler stepped up and became the nation’s 10th president.  
  9. 1850 Thursday:  The city of Los Angeles underwent incorporation on this date.
  10. 1859 Monday: Bryant’s Minstrels at Mechanics’ Hall in New York performed “Dixie” publicly for the first time.
  11. 1861 Thursday: In Cincinnati, Ohio, the 21st U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John McLean died.  A Democratic-Republican, he was nominated by Andrew Jackson to succeed Robert Trimble. He served from 03-07-1829 to 04-04-1861.
  12. 1862 Friday: During the Civil War, the North launches the Peninsular Campaign with the design of capturing the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia.
  13. 1865 Tuesday: The army of Confederate General Robert E. Lee arrives at the Appomattox Courthouse in preparation for its surrender.
  14. 1887 Monday: In Argonia, Kansas, the citizens elect the first female mayor in the United States, Susanna Medora Salter.
  15. 1888 Wednesday: In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the 37th U.S. Attorney General Benjamin H. Brewster is born.  A future Republican, he would serve under President Chester A. Arthur from December 16,1881 to March 04, 1885.
  16. 1896 Saturday: The announcement of the discovery of “GOLD” in the Yukon in the Alaskan Territory creates a gold rush.
  17. 1902 Friday: British financier Cecil Rhodes left $10 million in his will that would provide scholarships for Americans to Oxford University in England. 
  18. 1905 Tuesday: An earthquake hits Kangra, India, killing 370,000 people.
  19. 1910 Monday: In Portland, Oregon, the 32nd U.S. Attorney General John Henry Williams died at age 87.  First a Democrat and then a Republican, he served under President Ulysses S. Grant from December 14, 1871 to April 25,1875.
  20. 1913 Friday: Famed black bluesman, Muddy Waters[i], was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi, on this date.
  21. 1915 Sunday: During World War I, Czarist forces continue trying to fight through the Carpathian Mountains and some of them are able to capture some outlying towns.  Still, the Kaiser cannot permit his main ally- and the reason for having gone to the war in the first place because of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and his wife Sophie- to be knocked out of the war as it would leave Imperial Germany open to invasion from the south.  On the Southeastern Front- Russian forces are driving into Armenia in the hopes of liberating their fellow Christians from a repressive Ottoman Empire (as well as to add additional territory to their domain).
  22. 1916 Tuesday: The U.S. Senate agrees by a vote of 82-6 to join the side of the Allies in World War I.  Meanwhile, on the Western Front, all eyes are fixed on Verdun.  The death toll is horrendous for both the German attackers and the French defenders.  The loss of life in this terrible battle would cause some French units to refuse to fight.  Elsewhere, on the Southeastern Front where the Russians are fighting a series of battles from the Carpathian Mountains to Armenia, the Czar makes a change in command- General Aleksei Brusilov in place of General Nicolay Iudovich Ivanov.  Soon, General Brusilov would design the so-called “Brusilov Offensive” that would almost knock the Central Powers to their knees.
  23. 1917 Wednesday: The U.S. Senate voted 90-6 to enter World War I on the Allied side.  This would drive the Germans to launch a major offensive all across the Western Front in the hopes of pulverizing both the British and French forces before any American help can arrive.   Still, the ravages of hunger and in some places, starvation, is threatening all sides as the farmlands every nation depended upon for food have become battlefields.  The German U-Boats are trying to starve Britain while British warships continue trying to keep the Central Powers unable to import any outside foodstuffs.  Civilians are becoming desperate everywhere.
  24. 1918 Thursday: The Germans are launching all-out assaults on the Western Front along the Somme and Avre Rivers, the goal once again to knock the Allies out before all is lost.  The Imperial German forces have been able to bring most of their troops from Eastern Europe for one last push although they have to make sure the Russians stick to the agreement they hammered out with Berlin in exchange for not having large portions of their western territories like the Ukraine kept as war booty.
  25. 1919 Friday: Allied troops continue fighting with White Russian forces to subdue the cancer of communism that is engulfing Russia, Eastern Europe, and even popping up in parts of eastern Germany where the authorities have their hands full.  The Germans are in dire straits, being blamed for the entire war when they were not the ones who started it; no, they came to the aid of their Austro-Hungarian allies and the rest is history as they say.
  26. 1932 Monday: After five years of research, Professor C.G. King of the University of Pittsburgh, isolated vitamin C.
  27. 1933 Tuesday: The Navy airship USS Akron crashed in severe weather off the New Jersey coastline with the loss of 73 lives.
  28. 1938 Monday: In Chicago, Illinois, Joe Louis knocks out Harry Thomas in 5 to retain the NBA heavyweight boxing title.  In doing so, Louis’ record improved to 35-1.
  29. 1940 Thursday: Acting on intelligence, French law enforcement scoops up almost 40 communists attempting to reform the outlawed communist party.  Most of them would get five years in prison while others would be let go.  Tensions are growing and with threat of a HOT WAR only weeks away, the French want to eliminate internal problems.
  30. 1941 Friday: The Afrika Korps conquers the Fascist Italian, North African port of Benghazi, Libya, driving the British into headlong retreat.  German and Italian motorized columns roll through the streets and jubilant civilians celebrate their arrival.   Elsewhere, as Germans move towards Yugoslavia, Adolf Hitler also approves a plan for the Nazis to aid their fumbling Italian allies and knock Greece out of the fight.
  31. 1942 Saturday: The Luftwaffe launches a major attack on the Soviet naval base at Kronstadt.  Although the German warplanes inflicted damage on 13 vessels, they were unable to sink any of the fleet.
  32. 1944 Tuesday: French General Charles de Gaulle forms a new government with communists among it, preparing to return to Paris when the Allies land on the Continent.  On the Eastern Front, the Germans are launching localized counterattacks with the Fourth Panzer Army which capture the western Ukrainian city of Kovel and throw back the Soviet defenders.
  33. 1945 Wednesday: The Red Army liberates Hungary from the Nazis.  Meanwhile, U.S. forces liberated the Nazi death camp Ohrdruf in Germany.  All roads lead to Berlin right now as the Allies continue forging ahead, wiping out resistance wherever they find it.
  34. 1948 Sunday: Future bassist of the Allman Brothers Band[ii], Berry Oakley was born in Chicago, Illinois.  Meanwhile, future drummer of the British rock band, Dire Straits[iii]—Pete Withers—was born on this date in Leicester, England.  
  35. 1949 Monday: Twelve nations, including the United States, signed the North Atlantic Treaty in Washington, D.C.
  36. 1952 Friday: In Belfast, Northern Ireland, future member of Thin Lizzy[iv]– Gary Moore- is born.  He would perform with the famed rock band on guitars/vocals from 1974 to 1977 and again from 1978-1979.  Elsewhere, the 61st U.S. Attorney General James P. McGranery assumed his office on this date.  A Democrat, he served under President Harry S. Truman from April 04, 1952 to January 20, 1953.
  37. 1954 Sunday: Fighting continues around Dien Bien Phu as heavy artillery bombardments continue to fall on French positions on the Huguettes and the Elianes.  The communists have been throwing one human wave after another against the French positions but they won’t submit to the Viet Minh thugs.  The fight drags on.[v]
  38. 1955 Monday: British government signs military treaty with Iraq.  They want the oil.
  39. 1958 Friday: At Aldermaston, England, the first march against nuclear weapons takes place.
  40. 1960 Monday: Senegal declares its independence from France.  After having sacrificed their troops in French Indochina and especially at Dien Bien Phu, it’s time to sever ties and stand on their own two feet- free of French hegemony. 
  41. 1967 Tuesday: The U.S. lost its 500th plane over Vietnam and there are still another six years or so ago.
  42. 1968 Thursday: As he stood on a balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, assassin, James Earl Ray, shot and killed civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., 39.  Ray later pleaded guilty to assassinating the Reverend King and then spent the rest of his life claiming that he was the victim of a “setup.”
  43. 1969 Friday: Dr. Denton Cooley receives the first temporary artificial heart.
  44. 1972 Tuesday: The first electric power plant operated entirely by garbage begins operation.
  45. 1973 Wednesday: The original World Trade Center twin towers opened in New York City on this date.  At the time of its opening, they were the tallest buildings in the world.
  46. 1974 Thursday: Hank Aaron ties Babe Ruth’s record by hitting his 714th home run.
  47. 1975 Friday: Famed rock guitarist Steve Miller[vi] undergoes arrest for burning his girlfriend’s clothing.  Elsewhere, more than 130 people, most of them children, died when an Air Force transport plane evacuating Vietnamese orphans crash-landed shortly after takeoff from Saigon.  Finally, Bill Gates and Paul Allen form the partnership, Microsoft.
  48. 1981 Saturday: Henry Cisneros becomes the first Mexican American mayor of a large U.S. city, San Antonio, Texas.
  49. 1986 Friday: Wayne Gretzky sets NHL record with 213th point of season.
  50. 1987 Saturday: The Dow Jones Industrial Index went up 69.89 points, ending at record 2,390.34 points on this date.
  51. 1988 Monday: The state government of Arizona voted Governor Evan Meacham out of office because a court convicted him of diverting state funds to his auto business as well as trying to impede an investigation into a death threat to a grand jury witness on this date.
  52. 1991 Thursday: Above an elementary school in Merion, Pennsylvania, a plane carrying Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania and six others die when it collides with a helicopter.
  53. 2002 Thursday: The Angolan civil war- a conflict that began back in 1975 with independence- has finally ended or so the victors in the war-ravaged Southwest African nation and former Portuguese colony claim.
  54. 2003 Friday: As rumors spread about Saddam Hussein being dead from American airstrikes, he goes on state TV, references the recent shooting down of a U.S. Apache helicopter, and boasts to the world that he ‘is still alive and in charge.’
  55. 2004 Sunday: PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat boastfully dismisses Israeli threats to whack him.   U.S. and other world leaders blast Israel for saying they might do a horrible thing such as murdering a world-class terrorist who has more innocent blood on his hands than any other Islamist thug.
  56. 2005 Monday: Palestinians in the West Bank are going berserk today when word has it that Israel is going to begin dumping 10,000 tons of garbage in landfills in the area.  Of course, the Palestinians claim it’s going to foul their water supply and that it’s a breach of international treaties and the like.  We say, ‘shut up, when you stop treating your citizens like garbage, urging them to commit acts of jihad, maybe the Israelis won’t treat YOU like garbage.’  (Note- Moses Scharbug III is responsible for this opinion).  Elsewhere, insurgents in Iraq launch an attack on Abu Ghraib prison to free their jihadist brethren injuring American and Iraqi troops and jailers.  The guards are able to fight the scumbags off. 
  57. 2006 Tuesday: Tom Delay, R-TX, the former majority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives announces his resignation.  Meanwhile, labor protests continue in France what with millions taking to streets across the country demanding the First Employment Contract not be put into effect.
  58. 2007 Wednesday: As House Speaker Nancy “Mumbles” Pelosi continues her ‘listening trip’ across the Middle East, the Israelis are having none of it, especially since she visited Syrian mass murdered President Bashar al-Assad the previous day.  Prime Minister Ehud Olmert blasts “Mumbles” for the Syrian trip saying that it was a ‘major mistake.’  He also denies that the befuddled Democrat politician handed him a ‘peace proposal.’  If she did, she probably forgot it a day later.
  59. 2008 Friday: Law enforcement authorities launch a raid on Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints owned by YFZ Ranch in Texas nets 401 children and 133 women taken into state custody.  Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of State renews a contract with Blackwater Worldwide- a company that provides security via mercenaries- to continue protecting U.S. diplomats in the world’s troubled hotspots.
  60. 2009 Saturday: Costa Rica, Malaysia, and the Philippines find themselves in trouble today.  You ask why?  Well, the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development blacklists them for being tax havens where the wealthy can hide their money.  What is wrong with that:  We all want to be able to do that… elsewhere, in North Waziristan, Pakistan, a U.S. drone strike whacks 13 jihadists convening with one another.  Yikes.
  61. 2010 Sunday: In the mine rescue in Shanxi, China, rescuers pull out 114 miners after pulling out the other 39 or so the previous day.  These poor souls have been trapped down there for more than a week so God bless them for rescuing these poor workers.  Elsewhere, the war in Iraq continues to rage as Islamist thugs set off simultaneous car bombs outside the German, Iranian, and Egyptian embassies.  Many people on the street are killed or injured.
  62. 2011 Monday: Reports claim that China has successfully modified cows to produce ‘human milk’.  People- does this not scare the living f**k out of you?  What the hell is this communist hellhole doing?  Enough is enough.  Meanwhile, the Israelis have their hands full with the Arab Spring as the Palestinians are causing havoc along the border with Gaza and their country.  Israeli warplanes are crisscrossing Palestinian airspace letting them know that if they step out of line, they are going to light them up.
  63. 2012 Wednesday: The first deployment of U.S. Marines arrives in Australia’s city of Darwin in the Northern Territory.   Elsewhere- we hate to say this, some nations were better off under colonialism– a suicide bomber attacks the National Theater in the Somali capital of Mogadishu while a ceremony was underway killing at least 10 people and wounding God knows how many others.  Fascist Italy, please come back!
  64. 2013 Thursday: Pulitzer Prize –winning film reviewer Roger Ebert, 70, died in Chicago, Illinois.  Meanwhile, the Hubble Space Telescope observes the most distant supernova on record on this date.
  65. 2014 Friday:  The 16,480-foot Tungurahua volcano erupts twice; the volcano is located about 90 miles south of Quito in Ecuador.  Elsewhere, in a smart move, the South Korean military test fires some ballistic missiles that they hope with some improvements will be able to hit any target in the territory of their northern neighbor, North Korea.  Meanwhile, in West Africa, the rampaging Ebola epidemic has killed at least 90 people in Guinea and Liberia and now the first case has appeared in Mali.
  66. 2015 Saturday: Syrian and other Middle Eastern refugees continue to flood across the Mediterranean with the Italian navy rescuing 1,500 over the past 24 hours.  The only way to halt this insanity is for the Europeans to begin sinking the refugee vessels.  Meanwhile, the United States Army in the Obama era (it would have to be) is probing allegations that its members committed sexual assaults while deployed there between 2003-2007.  Ah, the Bush-Cheney years, that’s Barack Hussein Obama for you.
  67. 2016 Monday: Vietnam says, ‘enough is enough’ when it comes to Chi-Com intrusions into their fishing waters with their ‘fishing fleets’ which in reality, are military operations.  Vietnamese naval and marine assets board this ship and then take it under tow back to one of their ports.  Of course, Beijing starts making all manner of threats.  In the 78th NCAA Men’s National Basketball Championship, Villanova defeats North Carolina by a final score of 77-74. 
  68. 2017 Tuesday: Syrian government forces launch a chemical weapons attack on Khan Shaykhun resulting in at least 80 civilian deaths and countless others injured.  President Barack Obama had warned Bashar al-Assad that ‘if he crossed the red line and used chemical weapons, there would be hell to pay.’  No hell to pay until Donald J. Trump became president.  Meanwhile, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Chinese retail giant Alibaba becomes the world’s largest retailer.  You go, China, you go. 
  69. 2018 Wednesday: Since the U.S. Congress won’t act to do something on the U.S.-Mexico border, President Donald J. Trump grasps the bull by the balls and sends the U.S. National Guard to aid struggling Customs and Border Patrol officers attempting to deal with one wave after another of illegal alien invaders.  Of course, the 45th president suffers all manner of criticism for attempting to halt Democrats AND RINO Republicans’ beloved illegal aliens.  Democrats want voters and RINOs like cheap labor.  We say, “Militarize the southern border with minefields, antivehicle, antipersonnel, anti-boat obstacles, a massive wall, artillery positions, and even seed the Rio Grande with alligator pups.  When the latter grow up, they will patrol the river…
  70. 2019 Thursday: The Church of Latter-Day Saints- aka the Mormon Church- promises to roll back anti-LGBTQIA+ policies which include not baptizing the children of gay parents.  Bowed to pressure, did you?  What a shame.  Meanwhile, the governor of Guam- Lourdes “Lou” Leon Guerrero, Democrat, signs a bill permitting for the recreational use of marijuana.  Elsewhere, in the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque massacres, both New Zealand and Australia pass laws prohibiting the posting of violent content online.  If such content is posted, it must be removed immediately or the service providers must face the consequences.
  71. 2020 Saturday: The Wuhan Virus- straight out of Wuhan, China- continues claiming lives around the world and ruining much of the global economy.  Although Beijing continues to claim that things are ‘looking really great in China,’ everyone knows this is little more than propaganda put forth by their state-run media.  Shame on them.  Current figures for today are more than one million confirmed cases what with more than 64,000 confirmed deaths worldwide.  In the United States, there are 312,076 confirmed U.S. cases and 8,496 confirmed deaths.  When this crisis ends, the world will hold the communist government of China accountable and as Chef Goldie McNamara has said, President Donald J. Trump should demand a return to the Two-China Policy, of recognizing the equality of Nationalist aka Free China as a separate entity from the People’s Republic of (Communist China).
  72. 2021 Sunday: HAPPY EASTER! 

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[i] [i]Sometime within the next decade, we hope to present the music of classic rockers Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, and numerous others.  We know you will enjoy the presentation so please; remain vigilant for the day we do.

[ii] We hope to begin promoting the music of the Allman Brothers Band and their spin-off projects sometime within the next eight years.  We hope you will be here when we do because they are a band worthy of investigation by the readership- you will be glad you did.

[iii] We hope to offer the music of Dire Straits sometime in 2021-2022.  Please stay tuned.

[iv] 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.

[v] Our main reference for the epic battle at Dien Bien Phu is “The Last Valley” by Martin Windrow, 2004, Da Capo Press.  Please seek this amazing historical work out for a concise look at the battle that ended French control of French Indochina and the birth of Vietnam.

[vi] We began promoting the music of the Steve Miller Band beginning on Wednesday, 27-July-2011 through Wednesday, 24-August-2011 and then did a second stint on Sunday, 20-April-2014.  We hope you will check the music of this amazing San Francisco, California, acid-rock blues band.

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35. 1954 Thursday A: In northern Vietnam at the French base at Dien Bien Phu, incoming transport planes are beginning to experience 37 mm anti-aircraft fire. French pre-registered heavy artillery begin firing back while patrols go through the wire and out into the surrounding fields and forests seeking their foes. Yet, these are still the ‘quiet times,’ the French Union forces- a mix of French paratroopers, Foreign Legionnaires, Moroccan and Algerian colonial troops, Thai and Vietnamese troops, and West African Senegalese artillery men- believe they have the upper hand. Every night, the People’s Army continues building approach trenches to various remote outposts surrounding the main base and every day, the French troops fill them in.

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DAY FIFTY-ONE OF THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION

Maha Shivaratri (Hindu holiday)

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices John McLean and Antonin Scalia; U.S. Attorneys General James Speed and Janet Reno; U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher; U.S. Secretary of War Luke Edward Wright; 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 Monday: The Goths lay siege to the city of Rome.
  2. 1513 Tuesday: Giovanni de’ Medici was proclaimed pope, succeeding Julius II; he took the name Leo X.
  3. 1669 Monday: In Italy, Mt. Etna erupts leading to the deaths of 15,000 people.
  4. 1779 Thursday: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers undergoes establishment for the first time in the nation’s history.
  5. 1785 Friday: In Morris County, N.J., future 21st U.S. 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 Sunday: The Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte married by proxy the Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria.
  7. 1812 Wednesday: East Prussia grants citizenship to its Jewish subjects.  Elsewhere, in Jefferson County, Kentucky, future 27th U.S. Attorney General James Speed is born.  A Whig and then a Republican, he served under Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson from 12-02-1864 to 07-22-1866.
  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 Monday: Adopted by the Confederate Congress in Montgomery, Alabama, the Constitution of the Confederate States of America went into effect.
  10. 1862 Tuesday: President Lincoln removes George McClellan as commanding general of the Union Army.  
  11. 1865 Saturday: Union General William T. Sherman and his forces occupied Fayetteville, North Carolina.
  12. 1867 Monday: The Hawaiian volcano, Mauna Loa, erupts in what the Hawaiian people know as the “Great Eruption of Mauna Loa.”
  13. 1888 Sunday: The Blizzard of ’88, also known as the Great White Hurricane, began inundating the northeastern United States, resulting in some 400 deaths.
  14. 1892 Friday: The first public basketball game occurs in Springfield, Massachusetts.
  15. 1901 Monday: When industrialist J.P. Morgan purchased Carnegie Steel Corporation, he founded U.S. Steel.
  16. 1904 Friday: 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 Saturday: City officials officially inaugurated the Parisian subway on this date.
  18. 1907 Monday: President Theodore Roosevelt induced California to revoke its anti-Japanese legislation.  
  19. 1909 Thursday: The 43rd U.S. Secretary of War Luke Edward Wright left office on this date.  An early Democrat, he became a Republican and then served under President Theodore Roosevelt from 07-01-1908 until today.
  20. 1915 Thursday: In World War I, the British declare a blockade of all German ports.
  21. 1917 Sunday: During World War I, British troops occupy Baghdad, mainly to control the petroleum industry there.
  22. 1918 Monday: 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.
  23. 1927 Friday: In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the first holdup of an armored car takes place. 
  24. 1930 Tuesday: 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.
  25. 1935 Monday: Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering formally creates the German Air Force, the Luftwaffe.
  26. 1936 Wednesday: In Trenton, N.J., future 103rd U.S. 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.
  27. 1938 Friday: As Nazi troops march into Austria in the Anschluss, the people of Austria install Artur Seyss-Inquart as their chancellor.
  28. 1941 Tuesday: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the Lend-Lease Act to supply Great Britain in the fight against the Nazis.  This will open a supply lane for the U.S. to send military and humanitarian supplies to the Brits who are trying to fend off a possible Nazi invasion of the country.
  29. 1942 Wednesday: 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.
  30. 1943 Thursday: Axis troops force their way into Kharkov as Soviet resistance continues but it appears German armored forces are getting the upper hand.  Once again, the Soviets have overextended themselves and the Germans are teaching them hard lessons.
  31. 1945 Sunday: Future guitar maestro, Harvey “the Snake” Mandel, was born in Detroit, Michigan, on this date.  He would play with Canned Heat[i] among other top rock groups.
  32. 1947 Tuesday: Mark Stein, future keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist with the New York City acid-rock band, Vanilla Fudge[ii], is born on this date in Bayonne, N.J.  Elsewhere, the DuMont network aired “Movies for Small-Fry.”  It was network television’s first successful children’s program. 
  33. 1948 Thursday: Reginald Weir becomes the first black tennis player to participate in a U.S. Indoor Lawn Tennis Association tournament.
  34. 1954 Thursday: 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.
  35. 1954 Thursday A: In northern Vietnam at the French base at Dien Bien Phu, incoming transport planes are beginning to experience 37 mm anti-aircraft fire.  French pre-registered heavy artillery begin firing back while patrols go through the wire and out into the surrounding fields and forests seeking their foes.  Yet, these are still the ‘quiet times,’ the French Union forces- a mix of French paratroopers, Foreign Legionnaires, Moroccan and Algerian colonial troops, Thai and Vietnamese troops, and West African Senegalese artillery men- believe they have the upper hand.   Every night, the People’s Army continues building approach trenches to various remote outposts surrounding the main base and every day, the French troops fill them in.
  36. 1959 Wednesday: The Lorraine Hansberry drama “A Raisin in the Sun” opened at New York’s Ethel Barrymore Theater on this date.
  37. 1964 Wednesday: After working 37 years and seven days, Senator Carl Hayden broke the record for continuous service in the U.S. Senate.
  38. 1965 Thursday: 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.
  39. 1969 Tuesday: Levi-Strauss started selling bell-bottomed jeans on this date.
  40. 1977 Friday: More than 130 hostages held in Washington, D.C., by Hanafi Muslims won their freedom after ambassadors of three Islamic nations joined the negotiations.
  41. 1982 Thursday: Israel’s Menachem Begin and Egypt’s Anwar Sadat sign a peace treaty in Washington, D.C.  
  42. 1985 Monday: Mikhail S. Gorbachev replaces Konstantin V. Chernenko as president of the Soviet Union.  
  43. 1986 Tuesday: 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.
  44. 1987 Wednesday: Edmonton Oiler Wayne Gretzky scores record 1,500 NHL point.
  45. 1988 Friday: 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.
  46. 1990 Sunday: 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.
  47. 1992 Wednesday: Former President Richard M. Nixon said that the Bush #41 administration was not providing enough foreign aid to Russia on this date.
  48. 1993 Thursday: The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed Janet Reno on this date to become the first female attorney general of the nation.  A Democrat, she served under President Bill Clinton 03-11-1993 to 01-20-2001. 
  49. 1997 Tuesday: Queen Elizabeth of England knights ex-Beatle Paul McCartney for all his many achievements. 
  50. 1998 Wednesday: 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.
  51. 2004 Thursday: 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.’
  52. 2006 Saturday: Jailers discover former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic dead in his prison cell at The Hague.
  53. 2011 Friday: 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 63rd U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher died.  The Democrat served under President Bill Clinton from 01-20-1993 to 01-17-1997.  
  54. 2012 Sunday: 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.
  55. 2013 Monday: 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.
  56. 2014 Tuesday: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an electric nerve-stimulating device for treatment of migraine headaches.
  57. 2015 Wednesday: 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.  He died in North Potomac, Maryland.  He was 67 years-old.
  58. 2016 Friday: Keith Emerson, famed rock keyboardist who played with Emerson, Lake, & Palmer[iv] died in San Diego, California, from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on this date.  He did this because of his ongoing problems with colon cancer.  He was 71 years-old.  He also played with the British band, the Nice.   Elsewhere, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un continues chest-thumping by ordering his military to continue conducting additional nuclear weapons and ballistic missile tests.   Of course, the world is shocked.
  59. 2017 Saturday: In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, at least 65 people die and numerous others are injured when a rubbish landslide buries them.  Elsewhere, problems continue across Cape Town, South Africa, what with fires in various parts of the city claiming the lives of at least 9 people and injuring far too many others.
  60. 2018 Sunday: 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.  This will put the dictator on a path to defy the West and terrorize the world.  In two years, a pandemic from one of his biowarfare labs will be terrorizing the world.
  61. 2019 Monday: 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.   Elsewhere, the blackout in Venezuela continues into yet another day.  The Maduro regime continues blaming the U.S. and Juan Guiado instead of acknowledging the blame rests entirely upon the regime’s ineptitude and its criminality.   Democratic-Socialists in the United States would love for the United States to resemble that once-prosperous and now-collapsing South American country.
  62. 2020 Wednesday: 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.
  63. 2021 Thursday: Day 51 of the Biden Regime, how much more can the United States take of this senile president and his unseen handlers?  We expect they are in league with the Chi-Coms and as such are actively selling out the country.

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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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President William Henry Harrison; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John McLean; Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., the Allman Brothers Band featuring Berry Oakley, Dire Straits featuring Pete Withers, Muddy Waters, the Steve Miller Band featuring Steve Miller, and Thin Lizzy featuring Gary Moore:

 

  1. 1081: Alexius I Comnenus occupies Byzantine throne.
  2. 1541: Ignatius of Loyola becomes 1st superior-general of Jesuits.
  3. 1581: Sir Francis Drake completes circumnavigating the globe.
  4. 1812: The territory of Orleans became the 18thS. state received the name Louisiana.
  5. 1814: Napoleon Bonaparte abdicates for the first time in favor of his son.
  6. 1818: Congress decided that the flag of the United States would consist of 13 red and white stripes and 20 stars, with a new star added for every new state of the Union.
  7. 1841: President William Henry Harrison succumbed to pneumonia one month after his inaugural, becoming the first U.S. chief executive to die in office.
  8. 1850: The city of Los Angeles underwent incorporation on this date.
  9. 1859: Bryant’s Minstrels at Mechanics’ Hall in New York performed “Dixie” publicly for the first time.
  10. 1861: In Cincinnati, Ohio, the 21stS. Supreme Court Associate Justice John McLean died. A Democratic-Republican, he was nominated by Andrew Jackson to succeed Robert Trimble. He served from 03-07-1829 to 04-04-1861.
  11. 1862: During the Civil War, the North launches the Peninsular Campaign with the design of capturing the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia.
  12. 1865: The army of Confederate General Robert E. Lee arrives at the Appomattox Courthouse in preparation for its surrender.
  13. 1887: In Argonia, Kansas, the citizens elect the first female mayor in the United States, Susanna Medora Salter.
  14. 1896: The announcement of the discovery of “GOLD” in the Yukon in the Alaskan Territory creates a gold rush.
  15. 1902: British financier Cecil Rhodes left $10 million in his will that would provide scholarships for Americans to Oxford University in England.
  16. 1905: An earthquake hits Kangra, India, killing 370,000 people.
  17. 1913: Famed black bluesman, Muddy Waters[i], was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi, on this date.
  18. 1916: The U.S. Senate agrees by a vote of 82-6 to join the side of the Allies in World War I.
  19. 1917: The U.S. Senate voted 90-6 to enter World War I on the Allied side.
  20. 1932: After five years of research, Professor C.G. King of the University of Pittsburgh, isolated vitamin C.
  21. 1933: The Navy airship USS Akron crashed in severe weather off the New Jersey coastline with the loss of 73 lives.
  22. 1941: The Afrika Korps conquers Benghazi, Libya.
  23. 1944: French General Charles de Gaulle forms a new government with communists among it, preparing to return to Paris when the Allies land on the Continent.
  24. 1945: The Red Army liberates Hungary from the Nazis. Meanwhile, U.S. forces liberated the Nazi death camp Ohrdruf in Germany.
  25. 1948: Future bassist of the Allman Brothers Band[ii], Berry Oakley was born in Chicago, Illinois. Meanwhile, future drummer of the British rock band, Dire Straits[iii]—Pete Withers—was born on this date.
  26. 1949: Twelve nations, including the United States, signed the North Atlantic Treaty in Washington, D.C.
  27. 1952: In Belfast, Northern Ireland, future member of Thin Lizzy[iv]– Gary Moore- is born. He would perform with the famed rock band on guitars/vocals from 1974 to 1977 and again from 1978-1979.
  28. 1955: British government signs military treaty with
  29. 1958: At Aldermaston, England, the first march against nuclear weapons takes place.
  30. 1960: Senegal declares its independence from France.
  31. 1967: The U.S. lost its 500th plane over Vietnam.
  32. 1968: As he stood on a balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, assassin, James Earl Ray, shot and killed civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., 39. Ray later pleaded guilty to assassinating the Reverend King and then spent the rest of his life claiming that he was the victim of a “setup.”
  33. 1969: Dr. Denton Cooley receives the first temporary artificial heart.
  34. 1972: The first electric power plant operated entirely by garbage begins operation.
  35. 1973: The original World Trade Center twin towers opened in New York City on this date. At the time of its opening, they were the tallest buildings in the world.
  36. 1974: Hank Aaron ties Babe Ruth’s record by hitting his 714th home run.
  37. 1975: Famed rock guitarist Steve Miller[v] undergoes arrest for burning his girlfriend’s clothing. Elsewhere, more than 130 people, most of them children, died when an Air Force transport plane evacuating Vietnamese orphans crash-landed shortly after takeoff from Saigon. Finally, Bill Gates and Paul Allen form the partnership, Microsoft.
  38. 1981: Henry Cisneros becomes the first Mexican American mayor of a large U.S. city, San Antonio, Texas.
  39. 1986: Wayne Gretzky sets NHL record with 213th point of season.
  40. 1987: The Dow Jones Industrial Index went up 69.89 points, ending at record 2,390.34 points on this date.
  41. 1988: The state government of Arizona voted Governor Evan Meacham out of office because a court convicted him of diverting state funds to his auto business as well as trying to impede an investigation into a death threat to a grand jury witness on this date.
  42. 1991: Above an elementary school in Merion, Pennsylvania, a plane carrying Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania and six others die when it collides with a helicopter.
  43. 2008: Law enforcement authorities launch a raid on Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints owned by YFZ Ranch in Texas nets 401 children and 133 women taken into state custody.
  44. 2011: Reports claim that China has successfully modified cows to produce ‘human milk’. People- does this not scare the living f**k out of you? What the hell is this communist hellhole doing? Enough is enough.
  45. 2012: The first deployment of S. Marines arrives in Australia’s city of Darwin in the Northern Territory.
  46. 2013: Pulitzer Prize –winning film reviewer Roger Ebert, 70, died in Chicago, Illinois. Meanwhile, the Hubble Space Telescope observes the most distant supernova on record on this date.
  47. 2014: The 16,480-foot Tungurahua volcano erupts twice; the volcano is located about 90 miles south of Quito in
  48. 2015: Syrian and other Middle Eastern refugees continue to flood across the Mediterranean with the Italian navy rescuing 1,500 over the past 24 hours. The only way to halt this insanity is for the Europeans to begin sinking the refugee vessels.
  49. 2016: In the 78th NCAA Men’s National Basketball Championship, Villanova defeats North Carolina by a final score of 77-74.
  50. 2017: Syrian government forces launch a chemical weapons attack on Khan Shaykhun resulting in at least 80 civilian deaths and countless others injured. President Barack Obama had warned Bashar al-Assad that ‘if he crossed the red line and used chemical weapons, there would be hell to pay.’ No hell to pay until Donald J. Trump became president. Meanwhile, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Chinese retail giant Alibaba becomes the world’s largest retailer. You go, China, you go.
  51. 2019: The Church of Latter-Day Saints- aka the Mormon Church- promises to roll back anti-LGBTQIA+ policies which include not baptizing the children of gay parents. Bowed to pressure, did you? What a shame.
  52. 2020: The Wuhan Virus- straight out of Wuhan, China- continues claiming lives around the world and ruining much of the global economy.  Although Beijing continues to claim that things are ‘looking really great in China,’ everyone knows this is little more than propaganda put forth by their state-run media.  Shame on them.  Current figures for today are more than one million confirmed cases what with more than 64,000 confirmed deaths worldwide.  In the United States, there are 312,076 confirmed U.S. cases and 8,496 confirmed deaths.  When this crisis ends, the world will hold the communist government of China accountable and as Chef Goldie McNamara has said, President Donald J. Trump should demand a return to the Two-China Policy, of recognizing the equality of Nationalist aka Free China as a separate entity from the People’s Republic of (Communist China).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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[i] Sometime within the next decade, we hope to present the music of classic rockers Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, and numerous others. We know you will enjoy the presentation so please; remain vigilant for the day we do.

[ii] We hope to begin promoting the music of the Allman Brothers Band and their spin-off projects sometime within the next eight years. We hope you will be here when we do because they are a band worthy of investigation by the readership- you will be glad you did.

[iii] We hope to offer the music of Dire Straits sometime in 2021-2022. Please stay tuned.

[iv] 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.

[v] We began promoting the music of the Steve Miller Band beginning on Wednesday, 27-July-2011 through Wednesday, 24-August-2011 and then did a second stint on Sunday, 20-April-2014. We hope you will check the music of this amazing San Francisco, California, acid-rock blues band.

 

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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:

 

 

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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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Beverly Carrick: The World’s Greatest Artist (1927-2012)

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ALBUM OF THE DAY AT THE AICPENDBLOG.COM:

 

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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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Original Beverly Carrick Artworks, Beverly Carrick—World Famous Artist, Mikhail S. Gorbachev, Konstantin V. Chernenko, Soviet Union, Harvey “the Snake” Mandel, Canned Heat, Mark Stein, Vanilla Fudge, Jimmy Greenspoon, Three Dog Night, Keith Emerson, Emerson, Lake, & Palmer, Just the Facts, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice John McLean, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher, El Chilote,

 

 

 

[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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