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DAY THREE HUNDRED-AND-EIGHTY OF THE BIDEN REGIME
34. TODAY IN HISTORY—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 03, 2022:
President Woodrow Wilson; U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Howard Taft, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Joseph Story, James Clark McReynolds; U.S. Attorneys General Judson Harmon, James Clark McReynolds, Richard Kleindienst, John Ashcroft, Alberto Gonzales, and Eric Holder; Acting U.S. Attorney General Mark Robert Filip; U.S. Secretaries of Defense Leslie Aspen and William Perry; U.S. Transportation Secretary “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg; U.S. Treasury Secretaries Oliver Wolcott Jr., and John W. Snow; Acting U.S. Treasury Secretary Kenneth W. Dam; Buddy Holly-Richie Valens-J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson, Chicken Shack (and Savoy Brown) featuring Stan Webb, the Hollies featuring Eric Haydock, “Purple Haze” by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and the Kinks featuring Dave Davies:
- 929 Thursday: The 124th Roman Catholic Pope Stephen VII became the guide of all earthly Christendom on this date and would serve until February 13, 931.
- 1451 Monday: The reign of the 6th Ottoman Turkish Sultan- Murad II- ends on this day. His successor- Mehmed II- begins his role as the leader of all Islam. He would rule from today until May 03, 1841.
- 1488 Friday: Portuguese navigator Bartholomew Diaz landed at Mossal Bay in the Cape, the first European known to have landed on the southern extremity of Africa.
- 1690 Friday: The Massachusetts Colony issued the first paper money in America on this date; the government used the script to pay soldiers involved in prosecuting the war against Quebec.
- 1743 Sunday: The city of Philadelphia establishes a ‘pest house’ in which, to quarantine newly arrived immigrants.
- 1783 Monday: Spain formally recognized American independence.
- 1795 Tuesday: The nation’s 2nd U.S. Treasury Secretary Oliver Wolcott Jr. assumed office on this date. A Federalist, he served under President George Washington from today until December 31, 1800.
- 1809 Friday: The federal government created the Illinois Territory on this date.
- 1811 Sunday: American newspaper editor Horace Greeley was born in Amherst, N.H.
- 1812 Monday: The 18th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Joseph Story took his place on the nation’s high court on this date. A Democratic-Republican, President James Madison nominated him to fill Associate Justice William Cushing’s seat. He served from today until September 10, 1845.
- 1815 Friday: The first professional cheese factory is established in Switzerland.
- 1836 Wednesday: The Whig Party holds its first national convention in Albany, New York.
- 1846 Tuesday: The future 41st U.S. Attorney General Judson Harmon is born in Newtown, Ohio, on this date. A future Democrat, he would serve under President Grover Cleveland from June 11, 1895, to March 04, 1897.
- 1855 Saturday: The state Supreme Court of Wisconsin declares the U.S. Fugitive Slave Law to be unconstitutional.
- 1862 Monday: In Elkton, Kentucky, future 66th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds is born. President Woodrow Wilson would nominate his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of another Democrat, Associate Justice Horace Lurton. McReynolds would serve from 08-29-1914 to 01-31-1941. Prior to this, McReynolds served his country as the 48th U.S. Attorney General. In this position, he served under President Woodrow Wilson from March 15, 1913, to August 29, 1914, and then went onto the U.S. Supreme Court.
- 1862 Monday A: Meanwhile, Thomas Edison printed the Weekly Herald and issued it to train passengers traveling between Port Huron and Detroit, Michigan. It was the first time in which a publisher printed a newspaper on a train.
- 1865 Friday: President Abraham Lincoln and Confederate Vice President Alexander H. Stephens held a shipboard peace conference off the Virginia coast; the talks deadlocked over the issue of Southern autonomy.
- 1870 Thursday: The 15th Amendment becomes law giving blacks the right to vote.
- 1876 Thursday: With $800, Albert Spalding starts a business that manufactures baseballs, footballs, golf balls, basketballs, and tennis balls.
- 1882 Friday: Circus owner PT Barnum buys his world-famous elephant, “Jumbo.”
- 1887 Thursday: To avoid disputed national elections, the U.S. Congress establishes the Electoral Count Act.
- 1900 Saturday: In Frankfort, Kentucky, gubernatorial candidate William Goebels died from an assassin’s bullet wounds. On August 18, 1900, Ex-Secretary of State Caleb Powers was found guilty of conspiracy to murder Goebels.
- 1913 Monday: The 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution providing for a federal income tax underwent ratification.
- 1916 Thursday: In Ottawa, the original parliament buildings burn down in a massive conflagration.
- 1917 Saturday: The U.S. broke off diplomatic relations with Germany, which had announced a policy of unrestricted submarine warfare.
- 1924 Sunday: Woodrow Wilson, the 28th president of the United States, died in Washington D.C. at age 67. A Democrat, he served from March 04, 1913, to March 04, 1921.
- 1927 Thursday: Upon signing a bill, President Calvin Coolidge established the Federal Radio Commission.
- 1930 Monday: William Howard Taft, the chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) resigned for health reasons (and died little over a month later). President Warren G. Harding nominated the former president to fill the seat of Chief Justice Edward Douglass White. Taft served from July 11, 1921, until today. Taft was the 69th U.S. Supreme Court justice and the 10th chief justice. Meanwhile, the Vietnamese communist party forms.
- 1941 Monday: In Vichy, France, the Nazis used force to restore Pierre Laval to office. Elsewhere, German Lt. General Erwin Rommel is placed in command of all Axis forces in North Africa, forces that would become known as the Afrika Korps.
- 1942 Tuesday: Imperial Japanese air, naval, and ground forces step up attacks against Surabaya in the Dutch East Indies as well as on Port Moresby in New Guinea. The Japanese are trying to isolate Australia from Allied help. Soon, bombers will be hitting Darwin.
- 1943 Wednesday: During World War II, the U.S. transport ship Dorchester, which was carrying troops to Greenland, sank after a German torpedo hit the vessel; of the more than 900 men aboard, only some 230 survived. On the Eastern Front, the struggles of the Italian 8th Army and Alpine Corps survivors continues. The city of Kharkov is full of German, Italian, and other Axis troops lucky enough to break the Red Army encirclement. However, the Red Army would soon turn its sights on the industrial city. Elsewhere, Eric Haydock—future bassist with the British rock band, the Hollies[i] (1962-66)—is born in Stockpot, Cheshire, England, on this date.
- 1944 Thursday: During World War II, 1000 U.S. Flying Fortresses hit Berlin in one of the biggest air raids to date in the war. Meanwhile, on the Italian Front, Field Marshall Albert Kesselring put more than 100,000 troops against the Allies holding the Anzio beachhead. Bombardment is constant driving many of the Allied troops underground. The Germans, however, cannot breech the line while the Allied troops cannot break out. Everything depends on what happens farther down the spine of Italy where the Allies are fighting to dislodge the German defenders of Monte Cassino.
- 1945 Saturday: The Soviet Union agreed to enter World War II against Japan on this date. In a couple of months, they would be fighting to capture Berlin; once Berlin fell, they would redistribute their forces to the Far East. Meanwhile, the Battle of Manila in the Philippines gets underway today as U.S. forces begin attacking Japanese forces clinging to the capital city. Elsewhere, during heavy bombing of Berlin, the ‘hanging judge’- Judge Roland Friesler- the man who condemned the Valkyrie plotters to slow strangulation for trying to assassinate Adolf Hitler- dies in the rubble of his court.
- 1946 Sunday: In Fulham, Southwest London, England, future member of the British blues band, Chicken Shack, and with Savoy Brown for a brief period- Stan Webb- is born.
- 1947 Monday: Dave Davies, future guitarist and vocalist with the British rock group, the Kinks[ii] is born in Fortis Green, London, England on this date. Elsewhere, Percival Prattis became the first black news correspondent admitted to the House and Senate press gallery in Washington. The groundbreaking reporter worked for “Our World” in New York City.
- 1951 Saturday: Dick Button won the U.S. figure skating title for the sixth time on this date.
- 1953 Tuesday: The Batepa Massacre took place in Sao Tome as Portuguese troops killed some 1,000 striking plantation workers.
- 1959 Tuesday: Rock-and-roll stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson[iii] died in a small plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa. An American Airlines Lockheed Electra crashed into New York’s East River, killing 65 of the 73 people on board it.
- 1966 Thursday: On today’s date, the Soviet space probe, Luna 9, becomes the first manmade object to make a soft landing on the moon.
- 1967 Friday: The Jimi Hendrix Experience[iv] records the song, “Purple Haze.”
- 1969 Monday: Yasser Arafat becomes the head of the Palestine Liberation Organization
- 1971 Wednesday: New York City police officer Frank Serpico, who had charged there was widespread corruption in the NYPD, was shot and seriously wounded during a drug-bust in Brooklyn. Elsewhere, in Paradise, Nevada, heavyweight boxer Earnie Shavers improves his pro record to 20-2 with a 3rd round KO over his opponent Johnny Mac in a scheduled 10-round bout.
- 1972 Thursday: The XI Olympic Winter Games opened in Sapporo, Japan.
- 1980 Sunday: At the 2:38 minute mark of the 6th round in a scheduled 15-round heavyweight championship bout, Larry Holmes scores a TKO over his opponent, Lorenzo Zanon, to retain the WBC heavyweight title and to put his pro record to 33-0.
- 1984 Friday: On this date, the 10th space shuttle mission—Challenger 4—launched.
- 1988 Wednesday: The U.S. House of Representatives handed President Ronald Reagan a major defeat, rejecting his request for $36.2 million in new aid to the Nicaraguan Contras by a vote of 219-211.
- 1989 Friday: In Paraguay, a military coup overthrows longtime dictator Alfredo Stroessner.
- 1990 Saturday: In Atlantic City, New Jersey, WBO light-heavyweight champion, Michael “Double M” Moorer maintains his title when his opponent’s corner throws in the towel at the end of Round 9 in a scheduled 12-round championship bout. His opponent, Marcellus Allen, could not answer the bell.
- 1991 Sunday: The rate for a first-class postage stamp rose to 29 cents.
- 1994 Thursday: The space shuttle Discovery lifted off, carrying Sergei Krikalev, the first Russian cosmonaut to fly aboard a U.S. spacecraft. Meanwhile, the 18th U.S. Secretary of Defense Leslie Aspen stepped down from his post on this date. A Democrat, he served under President Bill Clinton from January 21, 1993, until today. His replacement, the 19th U.S. Secretary of Defense William Perry took his office on this date. Also, a Democrat, he served under the same president until 01-23-1997.
- 1995 Friday: Discovery blasted off with a woman, Air Force Lt. Col. Eileen Collins, in the pilot’s seat for the first time in NASA history.
- 1998 Tuesday: Texas executed Karla Faye Tucker, 38, for the pickax killings of two people in 1983; she was the first woman executed in the United States since 1984. A U.S. Marine fighter jet sliced through the cable of a ski gondola in Italy, sending the car plunging hundreds of feet, killing all 20 people inside.
- 2000 Thursday: In Prescott, Arizona, the 68th U.S. Attorney General Richard Kleindienst died at age 76. A Republican, he served under President Richard M. Nixon from 06-12-1972 to 04-30-1973.
- 2002 Sunday: In Super Bowl XXXVI, played at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, the New England Patriots beat the St. Louis Rams, 20-17.
- 2003 Monday: Acting U.S. Treasury Secretary Kenneth W. Dam stepped down from office on this date. A Republican, he served under President George W. Bush from December 31, 2002, until today. His replacement, the 73rd U.S. Treasury Secretary John W. Snow assumed office on this date. A Republican, he served under President George W. Bush from February 03, 2003, to June 28, 2006.
- 2005 Thursday: The 79th U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft stepped down from office on this date. A Republican, he served under President George W. Bush from February 02, 2001, until today. His replacement, the 80th U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales would serve from today until September 17, 2007.
- 2009 Tuesday: Eric Holder took the oath of office as attorney general. Vice President Joe Biden administered the oath. He was the first African American to hold the post. The White House announced that Tom Daschle had asked to be removed from consideration as health and human services secretary after acknowledging he’d failed to pay all his taxes. Why he removed himself is unclear as numerous others in the Obama administration such as Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner also did not pay his taxes and it is unclear if he ever did.
- 2009 Tuesday A: Acting U.S. Attorney General Mark Robert Filip left office on this date. A Republican, he served under President Barack Obama from January 20, 2009. His replacement- the 82nd U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder assumed office on this date. A Democrat, Holder served under President Barack Obama from February 03, 2009, to April 27, 2015.
- 2010 Wednesday: Somali pirates seize a North Korean-flagged cargo ship south of Yemen.
- 2011 Thursday: The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization reports that world food prices have reached a record high.
- 2012 Friday: Following positive economic news and job reports, both the DOW Jones Industrial Average and NASDAQ see excellent increases. The DOW sees its highest numbers since 2008 and the NASDAQ since 2000.
- 2013 Sunday: The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers to win their second NFL championship in Super Bowl XLVII after someone blew the Louisiana Superdome’s power in New Orleans power out for 45 minutes. Prior to the power outage, the Ravens had the 49ers down 28-6 but once it came back on, the 49ers were reinvigorated and almost beat the Ravens; however, the Ravens managed to come back to life themselves and ended up beating the 49ers by a score of 34-31 to win Super Bowl XLVII. Baltimore quarterback, Joe Flacco, is the MVP for the game. This marked the first time the 49ers had ever LOST a super bowl (and thank God, they did!).
- 2014 Monday: The Denver Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning wins a record fifth Associated Press MVP Award; no one has ever won the award more than three times. Meanwhile, according to Brainy History, the abortion rate in the United States is reportedly at its lowest in three decades. The rate for 2011 stands at 16.9 abortions per 1,000 women of childbearing years whereas in 2008, it was 19.4 while back in 1981, it was at an all-time high of 29.3.
- 2015 Tuesday: After a lapse of 55 years, novelist Harper Lee releases “Go Set a Watchman,” the sequel to her famous novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which set the character Scout as an adult rather than the child the character was in the first book, “Mockingbird.” The publisher convinced the author to go the “Mockingbird” book first.
- 2016 Wednesday: Both Japan and South Korea put their militaries on alert and begin making strong statements towards North Korea who is testing and going to continue testing long-range ballistic missiles. Japan promises to shoot down any such aerial vehicles traversing its airspace. Meanwhile, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, both Republicans, suspend their races for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.
- 2017 Friday: The U.S. Department of the Treasury announces new sanctions on the criminal regime in Iran following a recent ballistic missile test that goes against deals struck by the Obama regime and the ayatollahs. Thirteen people and 12 entities tied to Tehran are on the list. Elsewhere, federal Judge James Robart issues a temporary injunction against the Trump travel ban imposed on majority Muslim countries with deep ties to terrorism.
- 2018 Saturday: The New York Times reported an accusation from actress Uma Thurman that disgraced movie mogul and BIG Democratic donor Harvey Weinstein had forced himself on her sexually years ago in a London hotel room; Weinstein acknowledged making an “awkward pass” (which means he did his best to RAPE her) but strongly denied any physical assault.
- 2019 Sunday: In the lowest scoring super bowl of all time, Super Bowl LIII, the New England Patriots defense stifled the high-scoring Los Angeles Rams by a final score of 13-3. This was perhaps the most boring super bowl of all time. Julian Edelman was the game’s MVP as he provided most of the offense that won the game. Maroon 5, Big Boi and some other schlub were the half-time show. Elsewhere, Pope Francis becomes the first Roman Catholic pontiff to visit the Arabian Peninsula when he visits Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.
- 2020 Monday: Much to the shock of his radio listeners, Rush Limbaugh announced that his doctors had diagnosed him with advanced lung cancer. He promises to soldier on, and we certainly hope that he can. We are rooting for you, Big Guy, but please, give up the stogies. Elsewhere, as cases of COVID-19 continue getting out of hand, the Cruise Lines International Association bans all cruise lines stops in mainland China. Meanwhile, on the Greek island of Lesbos which is overrun with thousands of Muslim ‘migrants’ from the Middle East, riot police have to break out tear gas and batons to quell migrants rioting and burning their holding camps over poor conditions. The answer is simple: GO HOME.
- 2020 Monday A: As the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump nears its conclusion in the U.S. Senate, House managers (prosecutors) and defense attorneys for the 45th president begin making their closing remarks. West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin urges for censure rather than conviction but of course, his far-left Democratic Party colleagues don’t listen to him. The trial has been a farce from start to finish, mostly boring but at other times laughable. The Democrats genuinely believe they are ‘killing it’ when in fact, they are turning off millions of Americans.
- 2021 Wednesday: U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen calls a meeting with the SEC and the Federal Reserve over the GameStop craze. Apparently, some people can make big money and others cannot; what a shame. Next, as the GOP implores Joe Biden to agree to a lower COVID-19 Relief/Stimulus bill, he waves them off- no way. Next, the House GOP are holding a meeting to determine the futures of Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene and Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney who has become extremely toxic. We expect Greene will lose all committee assignments and will suffer in-party censure whereas a party will be thrown for Cheney. IF this occurs, my colleagues in California say the days of voting for Kevin McCarthy are fast approaching an end. Speaking of California politics, reprobate Democrat Congressman Adam “POS” Schiff is badgering soon-to-be-former Governor Gavin “The Smiler” Newsom to make him the Golden State’s attorney general.
- 2021 Wednesday A: The un-American New York Times is facing surprising blowback following their encouragement of Joe Biden to form a “1984-style” Truth Commission with which, liberals and BIG TECH can track, monitor, and disappear Americans’ online words and deeds. WTF is wrong with these people? Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court does not accede to the Biden administration’s request to toss hearings on Trump administration immigration policies into the garbage, merely postpones them. We shall see. Elsewhere, Sinophile U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announces the U.S. and Russia have extended the New Start Treaty for another five years. Finally, Claudia Tenney, congresswoman from New York’s 22nd Congressional District declares victory with a 123-vote lead over sitting congressman Anthony Brindisi.
- 2021 Wednesday B: House Speaker Nancy “Mumbles” Pelosi, she with the eyes drooping in two different directions, says ‘a 9/11-style TRUTH COMMISSION is necessary to figure out how the Capitol Building was stormed by Antifa members posing as Trump supporters on January 6. We doubt anything more will come from this because as numerous video clips continue surfacing showing Capitol Hill police officers waving the FALSE FLAG operators into the building, there can be but one conclusion: Nancy “Mumbles” Pelosi- as head of the Capitol Police Department- gave the word to allow her Antifa and Black Lives Matter thugs easy entry in the hope they could use it against former President Donald J. Trump. We look forward to the results of yet another bogus ‘investigation’ led by Democrats. Elsewhere, in California, former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has thrown his hat into the ring to replace rapidly disappearing Governor Gavin “The Smiler” Newsom. The mayor’s first campaign ads are spectacular, and we hope he will be able to take the seat and save the state. Finally, climate fraud John F. Kerry is blasted for flying in his PRIVATE JET to receive a ‘climate award.’ Hypocrite!
- 2021 Wednesday C: Congresswoman Nancy Mace calls out the Baby Evita- Sandy Cortez- aka AOC, aka Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez- the biggest leftwing crybaby in Congress, over her claims that she was cowering in her office closet while the EVIL MAGA supporters were outside in the hallway. Congresswoman Mace who is two doors down from Sandy Cortez says, “IT NEVER HAPPENED.” Yet, the mainstream news media remains incurious. Personally, we know AOC had little to fear because she was briefed like everyone else in the Democratic Party that the Antifa and BLM human garbage were going after Republicans. Elsewhere, Cancel Culture continues trying to destroy Americans, the latest target being Mike Lindell of My Pillow fame. All because he believes the plentiful evidence of election fraud in November 2020, everyone is trying to shut him up, even that putz Bob Sellers on Newsmax who would not permit him to speak the day before. Sorry, Newsmax, you need to boot Sellers back to FNC.
- 2021 Wednesday D: Communist China warns U.S. Secretary of State Sinophile Anthony Blinken NOT to interfere when it comes to Hong Kong either. Blinken and the U.S. have already been warned off about interfering in Taiwan so now the Biden administration has been told to butt out on the issue of Hong Kong, too. Elections have consequences- hey, Joe: are we going to return to the Transpacific Partnership, too? Speaking of the State Department, its spokesperson says a U.N. ambassador must be confirmed and soon IF the United States is going to hold the Chi-Coms accountable. Meanwhile, we learn that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, stammering, stuttering, and always ‘circling back’ to answer reporters sent a homophobic tweet about Sen. Lindsey Graham, calling him, “Lady G.” My, don’t you just love the ‘beautiful people’ that aren’t racists, bigots, homophobes, xenophobes, transphobes, haters, white supremacists, and the like? Good one, Jen, good one.
- 2021 Wednesday E: Here are the numbers for the Xi Jinping Bat Flu- Pelosi Pox: Here are the statistics for the planet as a whole: 104,142,856 confirmed cases, +570,195, 2,260,283, confirmed deaths, +17,045, and 57,839,230 confirmed recoveries, +336,520. Next, here are the stats for the United States, the intended target of the Chinese-engineered Wuhan Virus pandemic: 26,730,817 confirmed cases, up 206,599 from yesterday’s reporting, 453,059 confirmed deaths, UP 5,312, and 11,166,500 confirmed recoveries, UP- UNKNOWN- same number as last week’s. NOTE: SINCE JOE BIDEN BECAME PRESIDENT ON JANUARY 20, 2021, THERE HAVE BEEN 48,215 CHI-VI DEATHS. Joe, you said you had a plan- where the f**k is it?
- 2021 Wednesday F: Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-the Elemental News of the Day employs chef-bloggers- California, Hawaii, and Washington- here are the stats, California first: 3,350,293 confirmed cases, 41,811 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Next here are the numbers for Hawaii: 26,070 confirmed cases, 410 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Finally, here are the stats for leftist-Marxist-socialist hellhole of Washington: 318,967 confirmed cases, 4,402 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Let us look at one other state: Florida: currently, they have 1,744,619 confirmed cases, 27,467 confirmed deaths, and NO MENTION of confirmed recoveries. Now that Mo has relocated to Israel, let’s look at the statistics there: 667,216 confirmed cases, 4,928 confirmed deaths, and 589,288 confirmed recoveries. Let’s look at one other country, shall we? Brazil: 9,296,245 confirmed cases, 226,666 confirmed deaths, and 8,160,929 confirmed recoveries.
- 2021 Wednesday G: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 30,723.60, UP 36.12 points (+0.12%). Next, the NASDAQ: 13,610.54, DOWN 2.23 points (+0.016%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,830.17, UP 3.86 points (+0.10%). The price of GOLD is $1,834.80 per troy oz., -0.30 (-0.02%) while the price of SILVER is $26.95 per troy ounce, +0.061 (+0.23%). The price of PLATINUM is $1,112.60 per troy oz, -1.90 (-0.17%) while the price of COPPER is $3.56 per pound, -0.0035 (-0.10%). The price of PALLADIUM is $2,276.60 per troy oz, +48.90 (+2.20%). The price of Light Sweet Crude Oil is $55.95 per barrel, +0.26 (+0.47%). Currently, one-dollar U.S. = 6.46 Chi-Com yuan. Meanwhile, one-dollar U.S. = 0.83 euros and in Mexican pesos equals 20.20. Next, one American dollar equals 0.000027 Bitcoin.
- 2021 Wednesday H: The U.S. Senate via ‘budget reconciliation process’ has passed Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. With the cash flowing in from communist China, this bill will bankrupt the country for generations to come. Speaking of BIG BUCKS, here are the numbers for tonight’s Super Lotto Draw #3531 with a $17 million pot up for grabs: 04, 15, 27, 28, 34, and Mega 16. Out of 98,965 winning tickets, the highest winner was ONE person who had FIVE numbers but NO Mega for a prize of $37,233. The winning ticket was sold at 7-Eleven at Carnelian Bay, CA 96140. Next, here are the numbers for the Powerball Draw #817 with $20 million on the line: 05, 37, 40, 64, 66, and Powerball 05. Out of 50,955 winning tickets, the highest winners in California were TWO people who had FOUR numbers plus the Powerball for a prize of $27,997 apiece.
- 2021 Wednesday I: The 19th U.S. Transportation Department Secretary “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg assumed office on this date. Known for filling in the potholes in the streets of South Bend, Indiana, where he served as mayor, President Joseph R. Biden Jr., chose him for one reason and one reason only (you figure it out). Currently, he is still serving in this position.
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The next album by English folk-rock band, Fairport Convention, “By Popular Request,” came out on January 18, 2012. This album is unique in the band’s catalog, rather like Family’s “Old Songs, New Songs”[v] that came out back in the early 1970s. Family- another British band, albeit a hard-rocking-psychedelic band of sorts- made changes in record labels and recorded their best tunes over again and released them as they wanted them to be originally. In the case of Fairport Convention’s album for today, they have 13 of their classic tracks re-recorded for their fan base. The tunes selected for this release were voted on by their fans at numerous concerts and boy, oh, boy, what a great album this is. The band features the current lineup of Ric Sanders (violins), Dave Pegg (acoustic and electric basses, and tenor mandola), Simon Nichol (guitars and vocals), Gerry Conway (drums), and Chris Leslie (mandolins, fiddles, cellos, and flutes). Again, we encourage everyone to visit their favorite nearest site for the absolute best in music, give it a good listen, and then see if you want to add it to your never-ending, always-growing collection like us. We think you will be glad you did.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 03, 2022, BLOG POST #4,410
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Wednesday, February 03, 2021, Today in History Blog Post:
Wednesday, February 03, 2021, Today in History:
WE THANK EVERYONE FOR JOINING US AT WORDPRESS.COM AND FOR AIDING US IN CONTINUING TO DO THE WORK WE TOOK UPON OURSELVES MORE THAN A DECADE AGO
We feel compelled to share with our new readers that we are an OPINION SITE and not a NEWS SITE although we do report the news. If anything, we are big history buffs which is why we have been going strong since early 2009…
Thursday, February 03, 2022:
[i] We shared the music of the Hollies with the world beginning on Monday, 29-August-2016 through Thursday, 03-November-2016.
[ii] 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.
[iii] We hope to promote the music of these foundational rockers at some point in the not so distant future.
[iv] We promoted the music of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and of Jimi Hendrix, beginning on Sunday, 22-December-2013 through Thursday, 16-January-2014. Look for them and add them to your collection.
[v] Back in the day while we were with Google Blogger- before the maggots started ghosting us to our readers- we presented the “Old Songs, New Songs,” album by Family on Saturday, October 12, 2013. Although you cannot find the post, we never forget the good work we did for our readers. Perhaps one day, we will be able to run through the more than 4,500 albums we have shared with our readers. Note- Google Blogger was so devious, so deceptive, that they blocked our links to Amazon.com where our fans could go purchase them which truly sucked just as they cut off our advertising revenue. We hope one day to settle the score with that c**ksucker Sundar Pichai and his Chi-Com-backed POS company.
FOLKS, JOE HAS GOT TO GO- NOW!