It may seem like the
politicized D.A. Bragg pot calling the kettle black but Bragg has come out
swinging defending his decision to indict a notable ham sandwich and blasting
Reds for “unlawful political interference” with the “judicial process.” Pelosi
is being roasted for her idiotic tweet that Trump will have his to prove his
innocence which is how the system works in the Axis of Evil but not here—D.A.’s
burden. Former FBI weighed in on the indictment with a simple tweet “It has
been a good day” probably thinking it
will add to the sales of his book A Higher Calling. While Nashville
grieves and police continue their investigation into the mass shooting by
transgender Audrey (Aiden), MSM censorship by omission is alive and well at CBS
where staffers have been instructed in reporting on the shooting not to use the
term transgender. NCAA Women’s March Madness Semifinals are tonight, sadly
without Stanford Women playing.
Ridley’s Believe It Or Not March 31 2023
Noted Holidays: International Day of Transgender Visibility: Created by Rachel Crandall in 2009 and reiterated by President Biden on March 31, 2021 to celebrate transgenders people and raise awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide, as well to celebrate their contributions to society (ironic the day falls on the same day CBS is instructing its staffers to make Audrey (Aiden) invisible as a transexual).
Word of the Day: The word of the day is “allonym” which is a nom de plume used by an author often to avoid persecution or censorship like O’ Henry or Poor Richard or in my case “The Alaskanpoet.”.
Number 1 Song: As we have left the past and returned to start the clock backwards from the present, the number 1 song on this day in 2022 was “Heat Waves” by Glass Animals on a run of 5 weeks non continuous to share with 21 other songs that achieved number 1 status while 12 acts including Glass Animals achieved number 1 status for the first time. Here is a music video with lyrics of Glass Animals performing “Heat Wave”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRD0-GxqHVo
March 31 Famous Birthdays: Richard Sherman, born on this day in 1986 in Compton, California who played receiver and cornerback at Stanford and went on to play for the Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49’ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an your face brash and trash talking cornerback.
March 31 Notable Events
1. 1933—As part of the New Deal, the Civilian Conservation Corps was established to address the rampart unemployment that was strangling the nation.
2. 1959—The 14th Dalai Lama fled from Tibet to India to escape the Chinese as was granted political asylum.
3. 1968—After addressing the nation on TV on steps being taken to limit the Vietnam War, President LBJ stunned the nation that he would not run for reelection and if drafted he would not serve as President of the United States in order to be able to focus on a peaceful end to the Vietnam War.
4. 1992—In an to an era moment, the USS Missouri, the nation’s last commissioned battleship on whose decks the surrender of Japan was held was decommissioned to eventually be moved to Pearl Harbor to become a floating museum.
5. 1995—Up and coming Mexican-American pop star Selena was murdered by her fan club president Yolanda Saldivar at a Days Inn Motel in Corpus Christi, Texas after she was discovered to have been embezzling funds from the fan club. She was arrested, tried, convicted of murder and sentenced to life with parole which she will be eligible on March 30, 2025.
Famous Quote on Events and Issues
Eugene McCarthy on LBJ’s supporters: "“I don’t think they could stand up against five million college kids just shouting for peace. There was too much will-power there.”
© 3/31/2023 Michael P.
Ridley aka The Alaskanpoet
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