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Nancy Pelosi Ethics Pledge Falters
WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi promised four years ago that Democrats would lead "the most honest, most open, most ethical Congress in history." But as her party defends its record with its majority in jeopardy, two prominent Democrats await ethics trials. Two other party members gave Congressional Black Caucus Foundation scholarships to relatives. Most importantly, lobbyists, corporations and special interests still have unimpeded ways to buy access to members of Congress. Take House Majority Whip James Clyburn's annual charity golf tournament, which provides college scholarships for needy students in his South Carolina district and funds the endowment he established at South Carolina State University. ___ EDITOR'S NOTE – An occasional look at government promises and how well they are kept. ___ It sounds like a worthy cause, but it's a stretch to believe that national companies which sponsored the event randomly chose students in the 6th District of South Carolina as a priority for charitable giving. "It really doesn't matter what the money is used for," says Fred Wertheimer, who heads the Congress-watching private group Democracy 21. "If you're asked to provide a large amount of money for something that is important to a member, you are doing a financial favor for the member. That benefit buys influence." Wertheimer credits Pelosi with going far beyond previous speakers, saying she changed what Democrats once called a "culture of corruption" under Republican rule. Yet, her reforms didn't touch access-buying opportunities like campaign fundraisers, corporate-sponsored events for informal lawmaker organizations, or sports tournaments held by members' charities. The Sunlight Foundation, which tracks congressional fundraising events, has identified more than 9,500 since President George W. Bush signed the Honest Leadership and Open Government Act in September 2007. The law embodies reforms cited by Pelosi as proof that she kept her promise to "drain the swamp" of congressional corruption. Pelosi was instrumental in winning increased disclosure of lobbyists' spending and contributions; a ban on lobbyist gifts to lawmakers; the end of cheap rides on corporate jets; curtailment of privately financed trips that often amounted to free vacations; creation of an independent ethics office; and the identification of sponsors of "earmarks" – congressional spending given to favored recipients, who often returned the favor with campaign contributions. And while it may be just good fortune, Democrats can claim that another Jack Abramoff has not arisen on their watch. The influence-peddling lobbyist, who showered lawmakers and their staffs with favors and eventually went to prison, had strong ties to Republicans. One Pelosi reform failed miserably when given a reality check. An Associated Press review last year found that few members of Congress were disclosing that lobbyists were helping them raise campaign cash – despite a provision of the Honest Leadership law designed to shed light on the ties between lawmakers and the capital's influence brokers. Pelosi spokesman Brendan Daly said Democrats "have taken major steps to fulfill this promise, including passing the landmark Honest Leadership and Open Government Act in 2007 and creating the independent, bipartisan Office of Congressional Ethics in 2008. As we consider further reform, we will examine updating these laws and the bipartisan comprehensive campaign finance reform law passed in 2002." Pelosi favors public financing of campaigns, but hasn't had the votes to pass it. If she remains speaker, she'll face a major test early next year on retaining the independent House Office of Congressional Ethics, which she calls a success story. The office, which conducts preliminary ethics investigations, is run by a board of non-legislators. Its investigations have irritated enough members that several want to curb its authority or eliminate it. Republicans almost succeeded in blocking creation of the office in 2008, as Pelosi won a 207-206 procedural vote to have the matter considered. Republicans, trying to win back control of the House, now cite ethics charges against Reps. Charles Rangel of New York and Maxine Waters of California to argue that the speaker broke her word to run the most ethical Congress. Rangel, former chairman of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, is charged with financial and fundraising misconduct, and has acknowledged some ethical lapses. Waters, a senior member of the Financial Services Committee, is contesting allegations that she sought federal aid for a bank where her husband is an investor. Republicans on the House ethics committee demanded Tuesday that the Rangel and Waters trials be completed before the November elections. Recent news reports also revealed that Reps. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Texas, and Sanford Bishop, D-Ga., awarded Congressional Black Caucus Foundation scholarships to relatives. The foundation has close ties to the Congressional Black Caucus, although it is run separately as a tax-exempt organization. And last week former lobbyist Paul Magliocchetti, who helped defense clients secure government contracts, pleaded guilty to illegally funneling more than $380,000 in campaign contributions to House members controlling the Pentagon's budget. Three top Democrats he worked with – Jim Moran of Virginia, Peter Visclosky of Indiana and the late John Murtha of Pennsylvania – directed $137 million in defense contracts to the lobbyist's clients. While no member of Congress has been criminally charged or found to have violated House rules, outside ethics watchdog groups have criticized the lawmakers' conduct. Melanie Sloan, director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and a former Democratic congressional aide, said Pelosi has brought about the culture change she promised. She cites the end of the Republican "K Street Project," used by former GOP leader Tom DeLay of Texas to pressure lobbying firms to hire Republicans who then were given access to top officials. Republicans are dismissive. Rep. Dan Lungren, the former attorney general of California, said many of the ethics improvements Pelosi takes credit for were the result of bipartisan agreements on the 2007 Honest Leadership law. Republicans were first with the idea of identifying sponsors of special-interest spending, he said.
Ray Charles Memorial Library Opens in L.A.
Filed under: News On a balmy fall evening, amid the hustle and bustle of South Central Los Angeles, an intimate, invitation-only crowd gathered to commemorate the 80th birthday of the man who smashed cultural, musical and racial boundaries with a contagious smile and piano. With tears, laughter, singing and dancing, the life and legacy of iconic musical genius Ray Charles was immortalized with the unveiling of The Ray Charles Memorial Library. Located on the ground floor of the historic landmark building Mr. Charles designated for his offices and recording studio, the library is a stunning reflection of the man himself: vibrant, sleek and unorthodox, it is a creative blend of modern technology and historic preservation elegantly displayed throughout six amazing galleries. Without a single book in sight, it juxtaposes interviews with legendary musicians, such as Quincy Jones, B.B. King and Jimmy Jam on high-definition screens and a wealth of artifacts not found anywhere else in the world. In a video montage honoring Ray, Jamie Foxx, Kanye West and Mable John all share their feelings on the musical legend. Bill Cosby spoke of the memorable "Cosby Show" episode, when "Rudy" belted out "Nighttime is the Right Time," eliciting nostalgic laughter. The exhibits trace Mr. Charles' childhood, schooling and development as a musician; breakthrough recordings, historic crossover beyond R&B to Pop and Country genres; mastery of his recording studio; managing the business and unprecedented artistic independence; recognition of 17 Grammy's, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, performances for presidents and world leaders, Academy Award-winning biographical film; and lasting legacy through his foundation and timeless creative works. One can also find a handwritten letter from Johnny Cash that discusses the release of a track they recorded together, the original Raelettes performance dresses and wigs, his chessboard with raised squares so he could feel his way through the game, his personal address book that he created in Braille and his contract with the William Morris Agency. "He never threw anything away," said David Brokaw, president of The Brokaw Company, the publicity agency handling the event. "Which is a good thing. How do you capsulize Ray Charles?" Though his music was honored and appreciated throughout the evening, it was the heart, passion and determination of Ray Charles that was the primary focus of the event. His philanthropic efforts and concern on behalf of disadvantaged and disenfranchised youth is the driving force behind the Library. In the ceremony preceding the official ribbon-cutting, Valerie Ervin, president of The Ray Charles Foundation, stressed the importance of such a dynamic, interactive exhibit and spoke with humble sincerity of the profound affect Ray Charles and his long-time manager, Joe Adams (who was present for the event) had on her life: "They taught me perseverance, hard work, integrity, and I hope [his legacy] will have the same affect on children who walk through these doors." Bob Santelli, executive director and curator of The Grammy Museum, also spoke on the potentially transformative effect he hoped the library would have on the disenfranchised youth of Greater Los Angeles, with the ultimate goal being to "inform and inspire." In a night filled with inspiration, the most powerful quote came from the man of the hour himself, Ramsey Jay, the master of ceremonies. In his uplifting introduction, Jay quoted Mr. Charles as saying, "I don't think any of us really KNOWS why we're here. But I think we're supposed to BELIEVE we're here for a purpose." This library unequivocally fills a purpose. Ray Charles believed that even without sight, he was blessed with enough to be extraordinary. This library tells every child who has ever awakened hungry, alone, orphaned and/or impoverished that you are not alone. Here is a man who walked in your shoes with what most considered a disability and succeeded beyond anyone's wildest dreams. The Ray Charles Memorial Library is an honor bestowed on a man who only wanted to give of himself. In the words of B.B. King, our "blind, black, Beethoven" illuminated the world with his presence. 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Black Preacher likes to diddle Little Boys.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100922/...RsYW50YW1lZ2Fj Ga. megachurch pastor accused in sex scandal Buzz up!137 votes Share retweet Email Print AP FILE - In this Jan. 18 2007 file photo, Bishop Eddie Long, of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, Slideshow:Megachurch Pastor Eddie Long By ERRIN HAINES and GREG BLUESTEIN, Associated Press Writer Errin Haines And Greg Bluestein, Associated Press Writer 58 mins ago ATLANTA As a Christian author, gospel singer and leader of one of the nation's best-known black megachurches, Bishop Eddie Long finds a wide audience for messages such as marriage is "between one man and one woman." Those words hung heavy Wednesday over accusations that the TV preacher, a married father of four, used jewelry, cars and cash to lure three young men into sexual relationships. Lawsuits filed Tuesday and Wednesday say the young men were 17 or 18 years old at the time, enrolled in New Birth [COLOR=#366388 !important][COLOR=#366388 !important]Missionary [COLOR=#366388 !important]Baptist [/COLOR][COLOR=#366388 !important]Church's[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] ministry for teen boys. A lawyer for Long, who writes books on heterosexual relationships and has strong ties to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s family, adamantly denied the allegations. Few at Long's 25,000-strong church will discuss the situation, and the grounds were quiet Wednesday save for a small group walking in prayer. But those who will speak say they are supporting him. Lance Robertson, who joined New Birth nearly two decades ago and has coached youth basketball there, said Wednesday that members were hurting. "I support and will stand with my bishop, but right now in the [COLOR=#366388 !important][COLOR=#366388 !important]court [COLOR=#366388 !important]of [/COLOR][COLOR=#366388 !important]public [/COLOR][COLOR=#366388 !important]opinion[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR], it does not look good," Robertson said. "This affects too many people. As the bishop goes, New Birth goes. He built New Birth." B.J. Bernstein, an attorney representing the plaintiffs, said she opened her investigation after getting a call from one of the men. The Associated Press normally does not name people who claim they are victims of sexual impropriety, but Bernstein said all three [COLOR=#366388 !important][COLOR=#366388 !important]Maurice [COLOR=#366388 !important]Robinson[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR], 20, and Anthony Flagg, 21, and Jamal Parris, 23 have consented to making their identities public. Bernstein said she didn't trust local authorities to investigate the claims. "This is a really large church that's incredibly politically powerful," Bernstein said. "There are pictures of this guy with every politician around. With something this important, how can I trust that word didn't get back to the bishop?" DeKalb County Sheriff [COLOR=#366388 !important][COLOR=#366388 !important]Thomas [COLOR=#366388 !important]Brown[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] has been a member of New Birth for more than 15 years and sits on the advisory board for Long's Longfellows Youth Academy. He said he would stand by the bishop and bristled at Bernstein's suggestion that local authorities couldn't be trusted. "I take offense to that," he said. "It does not merit a dignified response." Bernstein said that her case hinges on her three clients' testimony and that she doesn't have much physical evidence backing up her complaint. Bishop sent dozens of e-mails and phone calls to her clients, though they weren't "overly sexual," she said. Bernstein said she plans to subpoena records from Long that will show he traveled with the young men to New York, Las Vegas, New Zealand and elsewhere. Long has been silent since the lawsuits were filed, though he did have a news conference planned for Thursday. But urban radio, Internet sites like Facebook and Twitter, and cable television news shows have been abuzz. Atlanta radio host Frank Ski devoted much of his 4-hour morning show to the issue. Ski, a 12-year member of New Birth, called the accusations "painful" and said he doesn't believe them. Ski said he and his [COLOR=#366388 !important][COLOR=#366388 !important]fellow [COLOR=#366388 !important]church [/COLOR][COLOR=#366388 !important]members[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] are generally supportive of Long and are awaiting the outcome of the case. "This church is used to the controversy coming against him," Ski said. "It's all about faith. When you have faith, you understand that those kinds of things will happen." Robertson, the church's youth basketball coach, said he wants to hear Long respond to the accusations. "The bishop has helped so many people," he said. "It's not uncommon for him to mentor young men and groom them to be productive members of society. The bishop's heart has always been in the right place. But the New Birth family, we're weeping. This is not a good day for New Birth." Long, who was appointed pastor of New Birth in 1987, presides over an empire that claims athletes, politicians and entertainers as members. President George W. Bush and three former presidents visited the sprawling New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in the Atlanta suburb of Lithonia for the 2006 funeral of Coretta Scott King, the widow of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Long introduced the speakers and the Rev. Bernice King, the Kings' younger daughter, delivered the eulogy. She is also a pastor there. Today, New Birth sits on 250 acres and has more than 25,000 members, a $50 million, 10,000-seat cathedral and more than 40 ministries. Not all of his attention, though, has been positive. The church was among those named in 2007 in a Senate committee's investigation into a half-dozen Christian ministries over their financing. Long has called for a national ban on same-sex marriage. In 2004, he led a march with Bernice King to her father's Atlanta grave to support a national constitutional amendment to protect marriage "between one man and one woman." This isn't the first allegation against a religious leader who has crusaded against gay marriage. [COLOR=#366388 !important][COLOR=#366388 !important]Ted [COLOR=#366388 !important]Haggard[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] left New Life Church of Colorado Springs, Colo., in 2006 after a male prostitute said Haggard paid him for sex. Haggard denied the allegations but later admitted to "sexual immorality" and launched a new church in June 2010.
Nancy Pelosi Ethics Pledge Falters
Nancy Pelosi Ethics Pledge Falters - WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi promised four years ago that Democrats would lead "the most honest, most open, most ethical Congress in history." But as her party defends its record with its majority in jeopardy, two prominent Democrats await ethics trials. Two other party members gave Congressional Black Caucus Foundation scholarships to relatives. Most importantly, lobbyists, corporations and special interests still have unimpeded ways to buy access to members of Congress. Take House Majority Whip James Clyburn's annual charity golf tournament, which provides college scholarships for needy students in his South Carolina district and funds the endowment he established at South Carolina State University. ___ EDITOR'S NOTE – An occasional look at government promises and how well they are kept. ___ It sounds like a worthy cause, but it's a stretch to believe that national companies which sponsored the event randomly chose students in the 6th District of South Carolina as a priority for charitable giving. "It really doesn't matter what the money is used for," says Fred Wertheimer, who heads the Congress-watching private group Democracy 21. "If you're asked to provide a large amount of money for something that is important to a member, you are doing a financial favor for the member. That benefit buys influence." Wertheimer credits Pelosi with going far beyond previous speakers, saying she changed what Democrats once called a "culture of corruption" under Republican rule. Yet, her reforms didn't touch access-buying opportunities like campaign fundraisers, corporate-sponsored events for informal lawmaker organizations, or sports tournaments held by members' charities. The Sunlight Foundation, which tracks congressional fundraising events, has identified more than 9,500 since President George W. Bush signed the Honest Leadership and Open Government Act in September 2007. The law embodies reforms cited by Pelosi as proof that she kept her promise to "drain the swamp" of congressional corruption. Pelosi was instrumental in winning increased disclosure of lobbyists' spending and contributions; a ban on lobbyist gifts to lawmakers; the end of cheap rides on corporate jets; curtailment of privately financed trips that often amounted to free vacations; creation of an independent ethics office; and the identification of sponsors of "earmarks" – congressional spending given to favored recipients, who often returned the favor with campaign contributions. And while it may be just good fortune, Democrats can claim that another Jack Abramoff has not arisen on their watch. The influence-peddling lobbyist, who showered lawmakers and their staffs with favors and eventually went to prison, had strong ties to Republicans. One Pelosi reform failed miserably when given a reality check. An Associated Press review last year found that few members of Congress were disclosing that lobbyists were helping them raise campaign cash – despite a provision of the Honest Leadership law designed to shed light on the ties between lawmakers and the capital's influence brokers. Pelosi spokesman Brendan Daly said Democrats "have taken major steps to fulfill this promise, including passing the landmark Honest Leadership and Open Government Act in 2007 and creating the independent, bipartisan Office of Congressional Ethics in 2008. As we consider further reform, we will examine updating these laws and the bipartisan comprehensive campaign finance reform law passed in 2002." Pelosi favors public financing of campaigns, but hasn't had the votes to pass it. If she remains speaker, she'll face a major test early next year on retaining the independent House Office of Congressional Ethics, which she calls a success story. The office, which conducts preliminary ethics investigations, is run by a board of non-legislators. Its investigations have irritated enough members that several want to curb its authority or eliminate it. Republicans almost succeeded in blocking creation of the office in 2008, as Pelosi won a 207-206 procedural vote to have the matter considered. Republicans, trying to win back control of the House, now cite ethics charges against Reps. Charles Rangel of New York and Maxine Waters of California to argue that the speaker broke her word to run the most ethical Congress. Rangel, former chairman of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, is charged with financial and fundraising misconduct, and has acknowledged some ethical lapses. Waters, a senior member of the Financial Services Committee, is contesting allegations that she sought federal aid for a bank where her husband is an investor. Republicans on the House ethics committee demanded Tuesday that the Rangel and Waters trials be completed before the November elections. Recent news reports also revealed that Reps. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Texas, and Sanford Bishop, D-Ga., awarded Congressional Black Caucus Foundation scholarships to relatives. The foundation has close ties to the Congressional Black Caucus, although it is run separately as a tax-exempt organization. And last week former lobbyist Paul Magliocchetti, who helped defense clients secure government contracts, pleaded guilty to illegally funneling more than $380,000 in campaign contributions to House members controlling the Pentagon's budget. Three top Democrats he worked with – Jim Moran of Virginia, Peter Visclosky of Indiana and the late John Murtha of Pennsylvania – directed $137 million in defense contracts to the lobbyist's clients. While no member of Congress has been criminally charged or found to have violated House rules, outside ethics watchdog groups have criticized the lawmakers' conduct. Melanie Sloan, director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and a former Democratic congressional aide, said Pelosi has brought about the culture change she promised. She cites the end of the Republican "K Street Project," used by former GOP leader Tom DeLay of Texas to pressure lobbying firms to hire Republicans who then were given access to top officials. Republicans are dismissive. Rep. Dan Lungren, the former attorney general of California, said many of the ethics improvements Pelosi takes credit for were the result of bipartisan agreements on the 2007 Honest Leadership law. Republicans were first with the idea of identifying sponsors of special-interest spending, he said.
Baseball granny cashes in big with sale of rare 1869 card
Bernice Gallego found an 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings card in her attic, put it up for sale on eBay with a starting price of $10 and then pulled it down after realizing it might be worth much more. After a three-week online auction, the Fresno resident sold what is believed to be one of history's first baseball cards for $64,073
On this day in History - Oct. 4e
0610 - Heraclius arrives by ship from Africa at Constantinople, otherthrows Byzantine Emperor Phocas and becomes Emperor. 0663 - The battle of Baekgang begins. (Traditional Chinese date: August 28, 663).1052 - Vladimir of Novgorod dies (b. 1020).1160 - Alys, Countess of the Vexin was born (d. 1220). Daughter of Louis VII of France. 1209 - Otto IV is crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire by Pope Innocent III. 1221 - William III Talvas dies (b. 1179). Count of Ponthieu.1227 - Assassination of Caliph al-Adil. 1250 - Herman VI, Margrave of Baden dies (b. 1226). 1276 Margaret of Brabant was born (d. 1311). Queen of Germany.1289 - King Louis X of France was born (d. 1316). 1305 - Emperor Kameyama dies (b. 1249). Emperor of Japan.1331 James Butler, 2nd Earl of Ormonde was born (d. 1382).1363 - End of the Battle of Lake Poyang: the Chinese rebel forces of Zhu Yuanzhang defeat that of his rival, Chen Youliang, in one of the largest naval battles in history.1379 - King Henry III of Castile was born (d. 1406).1511 - Formation of the Holy League of Ferdinand II of Aragon, the Papal States and the Republic of Venice against France. 1515 - Lucas Cranach the Younger was born (d. 1586). German painter. 1532 - Francisco de Toledo was born. Spanish theologian and philosopher. 1537 - The first complete English-language Bible (the Matthew Bible) is printed, with translations by William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale. 1542 - Robert Bellarmine was born (d. 1621). Italian Jesuit, theologian and saint. 1550 - King Charles IX of Sweden was born (d. 1611). 1562 - Christian Srensen Longomontanus was born (d. 1647). Danish astronomer. 1570 - Peter Pazmany was born (d. 1637). Hungarian cardinal and statesman. 1582 - Pope Gregory XIII implements the Gregorian Calendar. In Italy, Poland, Portugal, and Spain October 4 of this year is followed directly by October 15. 1582 - Teresa of Avila dies (b. 1515). Spanish mystic writer and saint. She co-founded with John of the Cross (1542-1591) the Order of Discalced (barefoot) Carmelites. 1585 Anna of Tyrol was born (d. 1618). Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire.1597 - Sarsa Dengel dies (b. 1550). Emperor of Ethiopia. 1607 - Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla was born. Spanish dramatist. 1625 - Jacqueline Pascal was born (d. 1661). French child prodigy and sister of Blaise Pascal. 1626 - Richard Cromwell was born (d. 1712). Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 1636 - The Swedish Army defeates those of Saxony and Holy Roman Empire at the Battle of Wittstock. 1646 - Thomas Howard, 21st Earl of Arundel dies (b. 1586). English statesman. 1657 - Francesco Solimena was born (d. 1747). Italian painter.1660 - Francesco Albani dies (b. 1578). Italian painter. 1661 - Jacqueline Pascal dies (b. 1625). French child prodigy.1669 - Rembrandt dies (b. 1606). Dutch painter and etcher (Steel Masters, Night Watch). 1676 - O Cardeal Benedeto Odescalchi eleito papa com o nome de Inocncio XI 1680 - Pierre-Paul Riquet dies. French engineer and canal builder 1687 - Robert Simson was born (d. 1768). Scottish mathematician. 1693 - Battle of Marsaglia: Piedmontese troops are defeated by the French.1699 - Francisco Vieira de Matos (Vieira Lusitano) was born in Lisbon(d. 13 Ago 1783). Portuguese painter.1720 - Giovanni Battista Piranesi was born (d. 1778). Italian artist.1723 - Nikolaus Poda von Neuhaus was born (d. 1798). German entomologist.1725 - Foundation of Rosario in Argentina. 1742 - Franz Joseph Muller von Reichenstein was born ( 12 Oct 1825). Austrian minerologist who discovered the element Thelurium. 1743 - John Campbell, 2nd Duke of Argyll dies (b. 1678). Scottish soldier. 1749 - Franz Freiherr von der Trenck dies (b. 1711). Austrian soldier. 1754 - Tanacharison dies. Catawba Indian chief.1759 - Antoine Arbogast was born (d. 1803). French mathematician. 1777 - Battle of Germantown - Troops under George Washington are repelled by British troops under Sir William Howe. 1779 - The Fort Wilson Riot takes place. 1785 - David Brearly dies (b. 1703). Delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention.1787 - Franois Guizot was born (d. 1874). French statesman.1795 - Napoleon Bonaparte first rises to national prominence with a "Whiff of Grapeshot", using cannon to suppress armed counter-revolutionary rioters threatening the French Legislature (National Convention). 1801 - Francisco Mara Oreamuno Bonilla was born. President of Costa Rica (1844).1807 - Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine was born (d. 1864). French Canadian politician, prime minister of the Province of Canada 1814 - Jean-Franois Millet was born (d. 1875). French painter. 1821 - John Rennie dies (b. 1761). Scottish engineer. 1822 - Rutherford B. Hayes was born (d. 1893). 19th President of the United States. 1824 - Mexico adopts a new constitution and becomes a federal republic. 1830 - Creation of the state of Belgium after separation from The Netherlands. 1836 Juliette Adam was born (d. 1936). French writer.1841 Maria Sophie of Bavaria was born (d. 1925). Queen of the Two Sicilies.1841 - Prudente Jos de Morais Barros was born (d. 1912). President of Brazil.1851 - Manuel de Godoy dies (b. 1767). Spanish statesman.1852 - James Whitcomb dies (b. 1795). American politician.1853 - Crimean War: The Ottoman Empire declares war on Russia. 1858 - Michael Pupin was born (d. 1935). Serbian-born telephone pioneer and author. 1859 - Karl Baedeker dies (b. 1801). German author and publisher. 1861 - Frederic Remington was born (d. 1909). American painter. 1861 Walter Rauschenbusch was born (d. 1918). Christian Theologian and Baptist Minister.1862 - Edward Stratemeyer (one of his pen names was Laura Lee Hope) was born (d. 10 May 1930). American author. He created the Hardy Boys, Rover Boys, Nancy Drew and the Bobbsey Twins. 1864 - Joseph Montferrand dies (b. 1802). French Canadian logger and strong man.1865 - Jose Maria Perez de Urdininea dies. President of Bolivia (18 Apr 1828 -02 Aug 1828). 1867 - Francis Xavier Seelos dies (b. 1819). German-American Roman Catholic priest. 1868 - Mximo Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear Pacheco was born. President of Argentine (1922-1928). 1876 Texas A&M University opens as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, becoming the first public institution of higher education in Texas.1876 Hugh McCrae was born (d. 1958). Australian writer.1877 - Pancho Villa [Doroteo Arango] was born (d. 1923). Mexican revolutionary rebel.1877 - Razor Smith was born (d. 1946). English cricketer. 1880 - Damon Runyon was born (d. 1946). American writer. 1880 - Jacques Offenbach dies (b. 1819). German-born composer. 1881 - Walther von Brauchitsch was born (d. 1948). German Commander-in-Chief. 1883 - First run of the Orient Express linking Istanbul, Turkey, to Paris by rail. 1883 - First meeting of the Boys' Brigade in Glasgow, Scotland. 1884 Subramaniya Siva was born (d. 1925). Indian freedom fighter.1886 - Luis Alberni was born (d. 1962). Spanish actor.1887 - Fundao da cidade de Monte Azul (no Estado de Minas Gerais, Brasil). 1888 - Oscar Mathisen was born (d. 1954). Norwegian speed skater.1890 Dr. Alan L. Hart (Lucille Hart) was born (d. 1962). First known American female to male transsexual (SRS in 1917), radiologist, tuberculosis researcher, writer and novelist.1890 - Catherine Booth dies (b. 1829). The Mother of The Salvation Army.1891 - Assis Chateaubriand was born ( 1968). Brazilian journalist and politician. 1892 - Engelbert Dollfuss was born (d. 1934). Austrian politician. 1892 Hermann Glauert was born (d. 1934). British aerodynamicist.1895 - The first U.S. Open Mens' Golf Championship run by the United States Golf Association was played on a nine-hole course in Newport, Rhode Island.1895 - Buster Keaton was born (d. 1 Feb 1966). American comedian, actor (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Hollywood Clowns, Man in the Silk Hat, Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, When Comedy was King, Sunset Boulevard, Gods Country, Doughboys, The Saphead). Grandfather of actor Michael Keaton. 1895 - Hattie McDaniel was born. Academey award actress (Gone With the Wind). 1895 - Richard Sorge was born ( 1944). URSS spy. 1896 Ida Frabboni was born. Italian supercentenarian.1897 - Manuel Lus Osrio dies (b. 1808). Brazilian militar, heroe of Paraguay war.1902 - Prudente de Morais dies (b. 1841). Brazilian President. 1903 - Bona Arsenault was born (d. 1993). French Canadian politician, historian and genealogist.1903 - Ernst Kaltenbrunner was born (d. 1946). German military officer.1903 - John Vincent Atanasoff was born (d. 1995). American computer pioneer. 1903 Pierre Garbay was born (d. 1980). French army general and military governor of Paris.1903 - Otto Weininger dies (b. 1880). Austrian philosopher.1904 - Frdric Bartholdi dies (b. 1834). French sculptor (Statue of Liberty). 1904 - Karl Bayer dies (b. 1847). Austrian chemist.1907 - Run Run Shaw was born. Hong Kong media mogul.1907 - Alfredo Keil dies (b. 1854). Portuguese archeologist, art collector and music composer (A Portuguesa). 1908 - Fundao do Sport Club So Paulo.1910 - Portugal: King Manuel II is deposed and flees to the United Kingdom. Next day the Republic is declared / Incio da revoluo republicana em Portugal depe o rei D. Manuel II 1910 - Morre por suicdio (ao julgar que a revoluo falhara) Carlos Cndido dos Reis (n. 1852). Almirante portugus, republicano, chefe carbonrio, liderou a revolta republicana de 1910.1910 - Bermuda: adopted the flag. 1910 - Frankie Crosetti was born (d. 2002). American baseball player.1910 Sergey Muromtsev dies (b. 1850). Russian lawyer and politician, and President of the First Imperial Duma.1911 Sir Michael Hordern was born (d. 1995). British actor.1914 Brendan Gill was born (d. 1997). American writer.1914 - Jim Cairns was born (d. 2003). Australian politician.1916 George Sidney was born (d. 2002). American film director.1916 - Vitaly Ginzburg was born. Russian physicist, Nobel Prize laureate. 1918 - An explosion occurred killing more than 100 and destroying the T.A. Gillespie Company Shell Loading Plant in Sayreville, New Jersey. Fires and explosions continued for three days forcing massive evacuations and spreading ordnance over a wide area, pieces of which are still being found in 2007. 1918 - Kenichi Fukui was born ( 1998). Japanese chemist. 1921 - Riccardo Zanella becomes first elected president of Free State of Fiume. 1921 - Francisco Morales Bermudez Cerruti was born. President of Peru. 1922 - Malcolm Baldrige was born (d. 1987). 26th United States Secretary of Commerce. 1922 Shin Kyuk-Ho, Japanese businessman1924 - Charlton Heston was born (d. 2008). Academy Award-winning actor: Ben-Hur [1959]; In the Mouth of Madness, A Thousand Heroes, Tombstone, El Cid, Earthquake, The Ten Commandments, Planet of the Apes, Khartoum, Airport 75, Midway, Omega Man, Antony & Cleopatra, True Lies; former president of the NRA.1926 Phar Lap was born. New Zealand racehorse.1927 - Gutzon Borglum begins sculpting Mt. Rushmore. 1928 - Alvin Toffler was born. American author (Future Shock, Power Shift, The Third Wave).1928 Torben Ulrich was born. Danish musician, writer, filmmaker and tennis player.1929 - Leroy Van Dyke was born. American singer.1929 Scotty Beckett was born (d. 1968). American child actor, Our Gang comedies.1931 - Debut appearance of the "Dick Tracy" comic strip, created by cartoonist Chester Gould. 1931 Richard Rorty was born (d. 2007). Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Stanford University.1932 - Milan Chvostek was born. Canadian television director.1933 - Esquire magazine was published for the first time. 1934 - Sam Huff was born. American football player. 1935 - Jean Braud dies (b. 1849). French impressionist painter. 1935 Marie Gutheil-Schoder dies (b. 1874). German soprano.1937 - Jackie Collins was born. British author.1937 Jim Sillars was born. Scottish politician.1938 - Kurt Wthrich was born. Swiss chemist, Nobel Prize laureate. 1940 - Meeting of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini at the Brenner Pass.1940 Alberto Vilar was born. Cuban-American investor and philanthropist.1940 - Silvio Marzolini was born. Argentine footballer. 1941 - Anne Rice was born. American writer (Interview with a Vampire). 1941 - Jackie Collins was born in London. Actress and author. Her books included The world Is Full of Married Men (1968), Stud (1969), Bitch (1979) and Deadly Embrace (2002).1941 Karl Oppitzhauser was born. Austrian racing driver.1941 Robert Wilson was born. American theatre director.1941 Roy Blount, Jr. was born. American writer.1942 - lvaro del Amo was born. Spanish dramatist and film director. 1942 Bernice Johnson Reagon was born. American musician (Sweet Honey in the Rock). 1942 Johanna Sigurdardottir was born. Prime Minister of Iceland.1942 - Karl W. Richter was born (d. 1967). American aviator. 1943 - World War II: U.S. captures Solomon Islands. 1943 - H. Rap Brown was born. American civil rights activist.1943 Irena Iakowicz dies (b. 1906). Polish intelligence agent.1944 - Tony La Russa was born. American baseball manager. 1944 Roco Drcal was born (d. 2006). Spanish singer and actress.1944 - Al Smith dies (b. 1873). Presidential candidate and Governor of New York. 1945 - Clifton Davis was born. American actor.1946 Bridget St John was born. English singer/songwriter and guitarist.1946 - Chuck Hagel was born. American politician. 1946 Michael Mullen was born. American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.1946 - Susan Sarandon was born. American actress. 1946 - Barney Oldfield dies (b. 1878). American automobile pioneer. 1947 - Ann Widdecombe was born. British politician. 1947 - Julien Clerc was born. French singer. 1947 - Jim Fielder was born. American bassist (Blood, Sweat & Tears). 1947 - Max Planck dies (b. 1858). German physicist, Nobel Prize laureate in 1918. 1948 Linda McMahon was born. CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment.1949 - Armand Assante was born. American actor: Mambo Kings, Hoffa, 1492: Conquest of Paradise, Blind Justice, Fatal Instinct, Trial by Jury, Private Benjamin, Jack the Ripper, The Lords of Flatbush.1949 - Stephen Gyllenhaal was born. American director. 1950 - Snoopy's first appearance. 1950 - Alan Rosenberg was born. Actor: The Last Temptation of Christ, The Preppie Murder, L.A. Law, Witch Hunt, Cybill, Chicago Hope, The Guardian. 1950 Meg Bennett was born. American writer and actress.1951 Bakhytzhan Kanapyanov was born. Kazakh poet.1951 - Willie Moretti dies (b. 1894). American gangster. 1953 - Tchky Karyo was born. Turkish-born actor. 1955 - Jorge Valdano was born. Argentine football player. 1955 - Alexander Papagos dies (b. 1883). Greek general and political leader.1957 - Space Race: Launch of Sputnik I, the first artificial satellite to orbit the Earth. 1957 - Avro Arrow roll-out ceremony at Avro Canada plant in Malton, Ontario. 1957 - The CBS television show Leave it to Beaver debuts (starring Jerry Mathers as "The Beaver"). 1957 - Alexander Tkachev was born. Soviet gymnast. 1957 - Bill Fagerbakke was born. American actor.1957 Kyra Schon was born. American actress.1957 Russell Simmons was born. American entrepreneur.1958 - Fifth Republic of France established. 1959 - Inaugurao da Base Area de Monte Real - Portugal. 1959 - Chris Lowe was born. British singer (Pet Shop Boys). 1959 - Tony Meo was born. English snooker player. 1960 - Afrika Bambaataa was born. American musician. 1960 - Joe Boever was born. American baseball player. 1960 - Afrika Bambaataa was born. American musician. 1960 - An Eastern Airlines Lockheed L-188 Electra flying from Boston crashes killing 62 people after a bird strike. 1961 - Kazuki Takahashi was born. Japanese author and artist. 1961 Philippe Russo was born. French singer.1961 - Metropolitan Benjamin (Fedchenkov) dies (b. 1880). Orthodox missionary and writer, Exarch of Russian Church in North America.1962 Carlos Carsolio was born. Mexican alpinist. Fourth person to summit all 14 of the eight-thousanders.1962 - Jon Secada was born. Cuban-American singer and songwriter. 1963 - A.C. Green was born. American basketball star. 1963 Koji Ishikawa was born. Japanese children's author.1963 - Robert Schuman dies. Politician father of European Union. 1964 Sarah Lancashire was born. British actress.1964 - Harpo Marx dies. American comedian (Marx brothers). 1965 - The first Pope to ever visit the United States of America, Pope Paul VI arrives in New York. 1965 Skip Heller was born. American musician.1966 - Basutoland becomes independent from the United Kingdom and is renamed Lesotho. 1967 - Omar Ali Saifuddin III of Brunei abdicates in favour of his son, His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. 1967 Ekin Cheng Yee-Kin was born. Hong Kong actor and Cantopop singer.1967 - Liev Schreiber was born. American actor. 1967 - Marcus Bentley was born. British voice actor. 1969 - Natalino Otto dies (b. 1912). Italian singer. 1969 - Morre Guilherme Rebelo de Andrade. Arquitecto portugus. Prmio Valmor 1939.1970 - Janis Joplin dies from a drug overdose (b. 1943). American singer (Down on Me, Pearl ; Every Little Piece of My Heart; Me and Bobby McGee). 1970 - Richard Hancox was born. English footballer.1971 Darren Middleton was born. Australian guitarist.1971 - Friderika Bayer was born. Hungarian singer. 1972 Kurt Thomas was born. American basketball player.1972 - Murray Happer was born. American wrestler. 1973 - Chris Parks was born. American wrestler. 1974 - Mafalda Arnauth was born. Portuguese singer (fadist). 1974 Paco Len was born. Spanish actor.1974 - Anne Sexton dies (b. 1928). American poet.1975 - Cristiano Lucarelli was born. Italian football player (Shaktar Donetsk).1975 - A Cessna 310Q airplane crashes over Wilmington, North Carolina, killing the pilot and severely injuring several pro wrestlers affiliated with the NWA's Mid-Atlantic promotion. One of the survivors is the legendary Ric Flair.1975 - Joan Whitney Payson dies (b. 1903). American heiress.1976 - Official launch of the Intercity 125 High Speed Train (HST). 1976 - Alicia Silverstone was born. American actress (Clueless, The Babysitter, Batman & Robin, Blast from the Past). 1976 - Mauro Camoranesi was born. Argentine-Italian football player. 1977 Cabral Ibacka was born. Romanian actor and television presenter.1978 Ko Soo was born. South Korean television and movie actor.1978 Kyle Lohse was born. American baseball player.1978 Phillip Glasser was born. American actor and producer.1979 Adam Voges was born. Australian and West Australian cricketer.1979 Bjorn Phau, German tennis player.1979 - Rachael Leigh Cook was born. American actress.1979 Stefan Booth was born. British actor.1980 Kristina Lenko was born. Canadian ice skater.1980 - Me'Lisa Barber was born. American track and field sprint athlete. 1980 Sarah Fisher was born. American race car driver.1980 Tim Peper was born. American actor.1980 - Tom Rosick was born. Czech football player. 1981 Juka was born. Japanese singer.1981 - Justin Williams was born. Canadian ice hockey player. 1981 Scott Hammond was born. American photographer.1981 - Freddie Lindstrom dies (b. 1905). Major League Baseball Hall of famer.1982 Jered Weaver was born. American baseball player.1982 Tony Gwynn Jr. was born. American baseball player.1982 - Ahmad Hassan al-Bakr dies. President of Irak (1968-1979).1982 - Glenn Gould dies (b. 1932). Canadian pianist. 1983 - Hooters restaurant first opened in Clearwater, Florida. 1983 - Richard Noble sets a new land speed record of 633.468 mph, driving Thrust 2 at the Black Rock Desert, Nevada. 1983 Dan Clarke was born. British racing driver.1983 Kurt Suzuki was born. American baseball player.1983 - Risa Kudo was born. Japanese gravure idol.1983 Ueda Tatsuya was born. Japanese idol (member of KAT-TUN).1984 lvaro Parente was born. Portuguese racing driver.1984 - Elena Katina was born. Russian musician (t.A.T.u.). 1985 - Portugal: Laranjeiro elevado a freguesia (concelho de Almada). 1985 - Free Software Foundation is founded in Massachusetts, USA. 1985 - Shontelle Layne was born. Barbados born singer.1986 - Yuridia was born. Mexican singer. 1987 Rawez Lawan, was born. Swedish footballer.1988 - U.S. televangelist Jim Bakker indicted for fraud. 1988 Derrick Rose was born. American basketball player.1989 - Dakota Johnson was born. American actress.1989 Kimmie Meissner was born. American figure skater.1989 - Lil Mama was born. American rapper. 1989 - Graham Chapman dies (b. 1941). British comedian (Monty Python). 1989 - Secretariat dies (b. 1970). American race horse. 1989 - Fawaz Younis, a Lebanese hijacker convicted of commandeering a Jordanian jetliner in 1985 with two Americans aboard, was sentenced in Washington to 30 years in prison.1990 Alyn Ainsworth dies. British bandleader.1990 Avis Bunnage dies (b. 1923). English actress.1991 - The Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty was opened for signature. 1991 - J. Frank Wilson dies (b. 1941). American singer (J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers). 1991 - Holly Wells was born (d. 2002). 1992 - An El Al Boeing 747-200F crashes into 2 apartment buildings in Amsterdam, killing 43 including 38 on the ground. See Bijlmerramp.1992 - The Rome General Peace Accords end a 16 years' civil war in Mozambique. / Assinado em Roma o Acordo Geral de Paz, entre o governo de Moambique e a RENAMO, que ps fim a 16 anos de guerra 1992 - Dennis Hulme dies (b. 1936). New Zealand race car driver. 1993 - Doom press-release version is made available to journalists for review. 1993 - At least five US soldiers die and two Blackhawk helicopters are shot down in a firefight with Mogadishu warlords (Somalia). 1993 - Russian constitutional crisis of 1993: Russian President Boris Yeltsin orders tanks to storm the Russian parliament building. 1993 - The events portrayed in the movie and book Black Hawk Down (a military insurgency in Somalia) occurred. 1993 Jim Holton dies (b, 1951). Scottish footballer.1994 - Danny Gatton dies (b. 1945). American guitar virtuoso.1996 - Larry Gene Bell dies executed by electric chair. American child murderer.1997 - The second largest cash robbery in U.S. history occurred at the Charlotte, North Carolina office of Loomis, Fargo and Company. An FBI investigation eventually resulted in 24 convictions and the recovery of approximately 95% of the $17.3 million in cash which had been taken.1997 - Gunpei Yokoi dies (b. 1941). Japanese game developer. 1997 - Otto Ernst Remer dies (b. 1912). Nazi general.1998 - Leafie Mason of Hughes Springs, Texas is murdered by Angel Maturino Resendiz. She is Angel's second victim in his second incident. 1998 - Fernando Henrique Cardoso is reelected President of Brazil with 50.3% of the vote in early returns vs. 35.6% for Luiz Inacio da Silva of the Workers Party 1999 - Art Farmer dies (b. 1928). American jazz trumpet player.1999 - Bernard Buffet dies (b. 1928). French painter.1999 - Erik Brdreskift (aka Grim) dies (b. 1969). Norwegian black metal musician. 2000 - Michael Smith dies (b. 1932). English chemist who won the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.2000 - Yu Kuo-hwa dies (b. 1914). Former Premier of Taiwan.2001 - Siberia Airlines Flight 1812: A Sibir Airlines Tupolev TU-154 crashes into the Black Sea after being struck by an errant Ukrainian S-200 missile. 78 people are killed.2001 Ahron Soloveichik dies (b. 1917). Orthodox Jewish rabbi.2001 - Blaise Alexander dies (b. 1976). American Race Car Driver. 2002 - Alphonse Chapanis dies (b. 1917). Founder of ergonomics. 2002 - Andr Delvaux dies (b. 1926). Belgian film director and screenwriter.2002 - Gwen Araujo dies, murdered in an act of transphobia. 2003 - Maxim restaurant suicide bombing in Haifa: 21 Israelis, Jews and Arabs, were killed, and 51 others were wounded.2003 - Sid McMath dies (b. 1912). Governor of Arkansas. 2004 - SpaceShipOne wins Ansari X Prize for private spaceflight.2004 - Portugal: Incio das transmisses do canal de TV RTP Memria.2004 - Gordon Cooper dies (b. 1927). Astronaut.2004 Rio Diaz dies (b. 1959). Filipino actress & TV hosts.2005 - Marks the first day that the Vanadu rideshare van did not run in King County, WA 2005 - Prince Emmanuel of Belgium was born.2005 - Stanley K. Hathaway dies (b. 1924). American politician.2006 - Tom Bell dies (b. 1933). English actor on stage, television and film.2007 - Qassem Al-Nasser dies (b. 1925). Jordanian General.2009 - Gnther Rall dies (b. 1918). German fighter ace.2009 - Mercedes Sosa dies (b. 1935). Argentinian singer.Lesotho's Independence Day. Feast day of Saint Francis of Assisi in the Roman Catholic Church; also of Saint Amun and Saint Petronius of Bologna. World Animal Day.Roman festivals - Ieiunium Cereris (Fast of Ceres) (since 191 BC; that calendar date fell in late spring at that time). Mozambique - Day of Peace and Reconciliation (Dia da Paz e da Reconciliao), in memory of the 1992 Rome General Peace Accords. French Republican Calendar - Potiron (Pumpkin) Day, thirteenth day in the Month of Vendmiaire. The beginning of World Space Week. Sweden celebrates National Cinnamon bun Day (since 1999). Cinnamon Roll Day or kanelbullens dag (Sweden)Independence Day, celebrates the independence of Lesotho from Great Britain in 1966.
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List of The League of Gentlemen characters
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