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No matter what the belligerent left says about American military members- including those who fought for the Confederacy- this is the day in which, we honor ALL of them

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San Luis Obispo, CA, 05-27-2019 Monday:  Memorial Day means many things to many people but for my family, it is a day we remember our family members who have gone before us.  My father, James and his two brothers, Dennis and Alvin, enlisted in the U.S. Army in January 1942 and served overseas in the 9th Infantry Division.  The three of them served in the same unit and participated in Operation Torch, the invasion of French North Africa.     
I remember my father talking about his service on rare occasions, usually after he had been drinking heavily.  His middle brother Dennis was among the few casualties in the operation and it left a heavy mark on him.  He and Alvin continued on from there and spent time overseeing the border between Spain’s North African colony and French North Africa before fighting some actions in Tunisia.  From there, they participated in the landings in Sicily.    
It was there that both brothers suffered injuries that caused them to exit the war.  Alvin eventually succumbed to his injuries stateside but my father was able to recover as otherwise, I would not be here today.  I was sort of an afterthought I guess so I consider myself lucky to even be here.
Today is a solemn day of remembrance, a time when Americans mourn their military dead, brave men and women who set aside what they were doing so they could serve in the armed forces of their country.  Some went willingly whereas others answered the draft board’s letters.  I cannot imagine how any of them felt but those who signed up and went overseas on their own volition, God bless all of them, God bless those who served and returned home and God bless those who did not.
Friends, please visit your local cemeteries and participate in the remembrance ceremonies of our war dead.  We must remember all of them, even the ones who go way back to the earlier wars such as World War I, the Spanish-American War, and the Civil War- including the Confederate war dead.
Democrats are in the habit of telling us that the Confederates were scum, not worthy of remembrance, that we should pull their statues down, dishonor their dead, and curse their memories.  I disagree with this view. 
The Confederates were Americans, too.  Granted, they fought for a dying way of life, for slavery, for state’s rights, and to protect their loved ones as we fought to protect ours.  Many answered the call of their leaders, left their homes, their farms, and their businesses to defend what they considered to be ‘their country.’
The Civil War was entirely horrendous and its aftermath left scars on our country that we still contend with to this day.  Granted, however, I think if the Democrats would lighten up on the rhetoric and give us a break by not making everything about ‘race,’ I think we could have moved way beyond this and into something better but oh, no, can’t do that, as we have to always bring up race and beat one another over the head with it. 
My family had members who served in the Confederate ranks during the gruesome War Between the States.  Our distant relatives fled the Great Potato Famine of 1845-1849 and settled in Georgia and in Louisiana.  Some would head west after the war which led to my family’s branch whereas others remained in the South and prosper to this day although with different last names due to various marriages.
Some of them served in the Mexican-American War, a conflict in which, they were vilified for being less than human.  Some deserted to the Mexican side and served with the St. Patrick’s Brigade because they had more in common with Catholic Mexicans than they did with their Protestant persecutors.  Many paid the ultimate price for this ‘treachery’ and went to the gallows just as Mexico City fell to the invading Americans.  
Back to the Civil War South, our kin did not fight for slavery, however, they fought for what they saw as ‘their new, adopted country.’  They wanted to be a part of it, they wanted to participate in it, they wanted to move up the social ladder if it would permit them to do so.  Slandered as bad or worse than the African American slaves, many of them saw a kinship with them because both groups existed at the bottom of the social scale. 
It definitely was what it was, they made their choices and paid the price but the one thing that is important is that they were Americans to the core and gave back to the country that took them in, even if it was one who disrespected them and mistreated them.
As anyone who knows who has read my posts for any length of time, I do not have a racist bone in my body nor does anyone in my family.  However, just saying that invites calls from the left that ‘we are racists,’ that ‘white privilege has given us everything we have at the expense of others,’ and plentiful other hateful epithets and insults.  What has happened to our country that we accept this sort of anger, anguish and agony?  Enough is enough, folks.
Again, I urge everyone to remember the brave Americans who served and died in our many wars, including the Rebel war dead.  We are all Americans, no matter what side of the Mason-Dixon Line we served.  In addition to that, remember your family members and ancestors who blazed the way for YOU.  All of them, no matter what you might feel about them, made you who you are today.
Happy Memorial Day.  God bless and we will meet again tomorrow.
Murph MacDougal
Certified Club Manager, ACF Member, Food server/Bartender and professional Chef and Baker
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Above, you see the caricature created for me by Bakersfield street artist, the amazing Simone.  We have gone this route because of increasing threats against the blog and its members.  I began my career as a young chef in the kitchen back in 1975, earlier than that.  I apprenticed underneath my father and spent six years working for him in his British-Irish restaurant in Fresno, California.  I later moved to Frazier Park, California, and spent quite a few years working in the area and that is where I met Stinkbug.  Anyhow, I am now working at a country club over on the coast near San Luis Obispo.  Please note: this is my pen name and any photos of me are simply outdated photos adopted for maintaining my privacy.
Chef Murph MacDougal writes from San Luis Obispo, California.

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05-27-2019 Monday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCCCXVII: “No matter what the belligerent left says about American military members- including those who fought for the Confederacy- this is the day in which, we honor ALL of them” by Chef Murph MacDougal.    
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MacDougal, Murph. No matter what the belligerent left says about American military members- including those who fought for the Confederacy- this is the day in which, we honor ALL of them.”  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCCCXVII
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TODAY IN HISTORY—MAY 27, 2019:







A.    1199: Nearly two months after the death of his brother, Richard I, aka Richard “The Lion Hearted,” his brother John, receives the crown at Westminster Abbey becoming the one-and-only King John of England.  
B.    1529: In Posing, Hungary, 30 Jews—charged with blood ritual—met their end when their executioners burned them at the stake.
C.    1647: Alse Young, a resident of Windsor, Conn., suffered execution for being a ‘witch’—this was the first recorded American execution of a ‘witch.’
D.    1668: Three colonists suffered expulsion from Massachusetts for being Baptists.  
E.    1703: On this date, Peter the Great founded the Russian city of St. Petersburg on the Baltic Sea.
F.     1813: American troops capture Ft. George in Canada during the War of 1812.
G.   1818: American reformer Amelia Jenks Bloomer, who popularized the garment that bears her name, “bloomers,” was born in Homer, N.Y.
H.   1861: Chief Justice Roger Taney, sitting as a federal circuit court judge in Baltimore, ruled that President Abraham Lincoln lacked the authority to suspend the Writ of Habeas Corpus; however, Lincoln disregarded the ruling.
I.       1879: Future Chief of the Reich Chancellery, 01-30-1933 to 04-24-1945, Hans Lammers, is born in Germany on this date.
J.      1883: Czar Alexander III receives the crown of Russia in Moscow.
K.   1896: When a tornado struck St. Louis and East St. Louis, Illinois, 255 people lost their lives in the natural disaster.
L.    1905: Japanese fleet destroys the Russian East Sea Fleet in the Straits of Tashima.
M.  1907: Bubonic plague breaks out in San Francisco, California.
N.    1911: Future 38th vice-president of the United States (1965-69)—Democrat Hubert H. Humphrey—is born in the USA on this date.  
O.   1919: A U.S. Navy seaplane completed the first transatlantic flight.
P.     1921: After 84 years of British control, Afghanistan receives its sovereignty.
Q.   1926: The citizens of Hannibal, Mo., erected bronze figures of Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer on this date.
R.    1927: Troops from the Empire of Japan intervene in neighboring China’s civil war, a war between nationalists and the communists for control of the nation.
S.     1931: Auguste Piccard and Charles Knipfer made the first flight into the stratosphere, by balloon.
T.    1933: Austria bans the Communist Party.  Elsewhere, Walt Disney released “Three Little Pigs” on this date.  The Chicago World’s Fair, celebrating “A Century of Progress,” officially opened on this date.
U.    1935: The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), in Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States, unanimously struck down President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s National Industrial Recovery Act, a key component of the “New Deal” legislative program as being ‘unconstitutional.’
V.    1936: The Cunard Liner RMS Queen Mary left England on its maiden voyage to New York City.
W. 1937: The newly completed Golden Gate Bridge connecting San Francisco and Marin County opened to pedestrians while vehicles began crossing it the following day.
X.    1940: During Operation Dynamo, British, Danish, Belgium, and French troops begin the evacuation at Dunkirk as the Nazis pound them repeatedly with both air and artillery strikes.
Y.    1941: The British Royal Navy sank the German battleship Bismarck off France, with a loss of some 2,000 lives; three days after the Bismarck sank the HMS Hood.  Meanwhile, due to Germany’s sinking of the U.S. ship, Robin Moore, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt declares a “national emergency.”
Z.    1942: Navy Cook 3rd Class Doris “Dorie” Miller became the first African American to receive the Navy Cross for his “extraordinary courage and disregard for his own personal safety” during Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor the previous December.  Meanwhile, in Prague, Czechoslovakia, assassins attack and mortally wound Nazi leader Reinhard HeydrichAdolf Hitler orders the murder of 10,000 Czechoslovakians across the country in reprisal.  Elsewhere, in North Africa, the Italian army begins laying siege to the French fortress of Bir Hachim. 
AA.          1948: Pete Sears, English keyboardist and bassist who played with Rod Stewart on his solo projects and with the Jefferson Starship throughout most of its career, is born on this date.
BB.           1951: The Chinese Red Army forces the Dalai Lama to surrender the Tibetan army to the communists.
CC.          1953: Former Nazi Chief of the Presidential Chancellery Otto Meissner, one of the few Nazi bigwigs to survive the war died in Germany on this date.
DD.          1960: A military coup overthrew the democratic government of Turkey on this date.  
EE.           1962: A dump fire in Centralia, Pennsylvania, ignited a blaze in underground coal deposits that continues to burn to this day.
FF.           1964: Independent India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, died.
GG.         1968: After 48 years as coach of the Chicago Bears, George Halas retired.  Meanwhile, The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), in United States v. O’Brien, upheld the conviction of David O’Brien for destroying his draft card outside a Boston courthouse, ruling that the act was NOT protected by freedom of speech.
HH.         1969: Construction of Walt Disney World in Florida commenced on this date.  
II.   1975: In the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Buffalo Sabres 4 games to 2.
JJ. 1977: In the Canary Islands, two 747’s collide, one owned by Pan Am and the other by KLM, killing 582 people. Elsewhere, the City of New York fined George H. Willig—aka “The Human Fly” or “The Spiderman”--$1.10 for scaling the World Trade Center on the previous day.  The city originally was going to hit him with a $250,000 fine; however, they reduced it to one penny for each of the 110 stories.
KK.         1981: John Hinckley attempts suicide by overdosing on Tylenol.
LL.           1985: In Beijing, representatives of Britain and China exchanged instruments of ratification for an accord returning Honk Kong to Chinese control in 1997.
MM.      1986: Mel Fisher recovered a jar containing 2,300 emeralds from the Spanish ship Atocha, a vessel that sank in the 17th century.
NN.          1987: Televangelists Jim and Tammy Bakker appear on “Nightline” following the breaking of their sordid sex scandal.
OO.         1988: The U.S. Senate ratifies a treaty, which eliminates medium-range nuclear-tipped missiles.
PP.           1991: An Austrian 747-300 explodes at Bangkok, killing 223 people.
QQ.         1993: The Atlanta Braves’ Dale Murphy ends his career at 398 homeruns.
RR.          1994: Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh (43) marries Marta Fitzgerald (35).  Elsewhere, Alexander Solzhenitsyn returns to Russia after 20 years in exile.
SS.1995: Actor Christopher Reeve suffered paralysis after his horse threw him during a jumping event in Charlottesville, Va.
TT.           1996: Russian President Boris Yeltsin negotiated a cease-fire to the war in Chechnya in his first meeting with the leader of the Muslim rebels.
UU.          1997: Russian President Boris Yeltsin signs a historic treaty with NATO.  Meanwhile, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the sexual harassment suit filed by Paula Jones could continue while the philandering President Bill Clinton was still in office, much to the chagrin of him and the anger of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton.
VV.          1998: Michael Fortier, the government’s star witness in the Oklahoma City bombing case, received a sentence of 12 years in prison after apologizing for NOT warning anyone about the deadly plot.  He walked free from prison in 2006.
WW.     1999: The International Court in The Hague, Netherlands, indicts Slobodan Milosevic and four others for war crimes and crimes against humanity for killing Muslims in Kosovo—we say the Serbs should have killed more of them!
XX.          2011: Prime Minister David Cameron confirms that the United Kingdom is sending Apache attack helicopters to help the Libyan rebels in their attempt to overthrow Dictator Moammar Gaddafi.
YY.          2012: Following some controversial remarks, Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, suffers accusations of “insulting the Greek people.”     
ZZ.          2013: Scientists in Canada bring 400-year-old bryophyte specimens left behind by retreating glaciers during the Ice Age back to life.  Elsewhere, the European Union decided to lift an arms embargo on the Syrian opposition while maintaining all other sanctions against President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.  Meanwhile, U.S. Senator John McCain, R-Arizona, a proponent of arming Syrian rebels (without knowing who the f**k they are), quietly slipped into Syria for a meeting with anti-government forces.       
AAA.   2014: President Barack Obama plans to keep 9,800 U.S. troops in Afghanistan through the end of 2015 and then reduce this number over the following two years to a small force; the troops will train Afghan forces and conduct counterterrorism operations.
BBB.     2015: According to Brainy History, the federal government approves commercial space company SpaceX as a contractor to the U.S. military for satellite launches; SpaceX will compete for contracts against the Boeing-Lockheed Martin United Launch Alliance, currently the primary military launch provider.
CCC.   2016: Longtime bassist with the soul-funk-rock band, The Ohio PlayersMarshall “Rock” Jones—passed away on this date.
DDD.   2017: Gregg Allman, famed lead singer of the Macon, Ga., rock band, the Allman Brothers, passed away at his home on this date due to the ill effects of liver disease.









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Genesis released another monster studio album, their 14th studio effort, “We Can’t Dance,” on October 28, 1991.  Each member of the band received a third of the album space and was responsible for the songs, the lyrics, and the arrangements and like always, when they came together to augment one another’s tunes, the results were deliriously amazing.  Two big cuts, the title cut and “No Son of Mine” were on the radio for what seemed like forever.  If you love this band and have yet to hear this wonderful album, well, you can do it now so please, seek it out at whatever venue you visit for nothing but the best in rock music- you will definitely enjoy it, we guarantee it.





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Genesis released another monster studio album, their 14th studio effort, “We Can’t Dance,” on October 28, 1991.  Each member of the band received a third of the album space and was responsible for the songs, the lyrics, and the arrangements and like always, when they came together to augment one another’s tunes, the results were deliriously amazing.  Two big cuts, the title cut and “No Son of Mine” were on the radio for what seemed like forever.  If you love this band and have yet to hear this wonderful album, well, you can do it now so please, seek it out at whatever venue you visit for nothing but the best in rock music- you will definitely enjoy it, we guarantee it.


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The new Santana band recorded a live album, “Lotus,” in Japan.  It came out on May 12, 1974 in Japan and a bit later in Europe.  Not available in the United States until years later (unless one knew where to go), this was a 4-LP set featuring all manner of stunning tunes from throughout the career.  The group featured Carlos Santana (lead guitars/vocals/percussion), Tom Coster (keyboards), Douglas Rauch (bass), Michael Shrieve (drums), Armando Perraza (congas/percussion), and Jose “Chepito” Areas (timbales/congas/percussion) and Leon Thomas (vocals/percussion).

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Rod Stewart released his next solo effort on March 12, 2014, a four-disc live collection, “Tonight’s the Night Live 1976-1998.”  This multi-CD set contains tunes culled from throughout the span of his career up until 1998, all live, uncut, and amazing.  If anyone has yet to get in on the ground floor with this iconic rock-and-roller, well, what the hell are you waiting for?  Seek this one out at your favorite haunt and add it to your ever-growing album collection.  You definitely will be glad you did, have no doubts whatsoever about it.  We thank you.






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