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IF a single reason existed as to WHY we should reelect Donald J. Trump to another term, it is this: forcing China to behave like a member of the family of nations instead of as an outlaw

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THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CULINARY POLITICS-ELEMENTAL NEWS OF THE DAY COMMENTARY-OPINION-SPORTS-FOOD SERVICE FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 2019 BY CHEF ELVIN C. MCCARDLE



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“IF a single reason existed as to WHY we should reelect Donald J. Trump to another term, it is this: forcing China to behave like a member of the family of nations instead of as an outlaw” by Chef Elvin C. McCardle




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President Trump: continue pummeling the snot out of the Chinese until they honor their commitments and their promises…
Ventura, CA 93001, 08-30-2019 Friday: Yesterday, we were talking about the world’s number one global threat, China, COMMUNIST China, a nation dedicated to making itself the world’s number one omnipotent superpower.  During the reign of Barack Obama, (a loser president if one ever existed), the Chinese utilized hegemony around the western end of the Pacific Rim by building artificial islands and militarizing them so as to cause nations such as Japan, the Philippines, Vietnam, South Korea, and others in the region to think twice before crossing the communist red dragon.     
You know, I have this recollection regarding President George W. Bush.  Not long after becoming president, the Chinese initiated the first predicament of his crisis-ridden presidency.  A U.S. surveillance plane flying in international waters found itself colliding with a Chinese military jet that was monitoring our plane.  The Chinese plane slammed into the U.S. Air Force craft (their pilot vanished after ejecting from his stricken aircraft and his body was never recovered) forcing the plane to become crippled and to go down on Hainan Island, as I recall, a major Chinese military installation. 
Of course, the Chinese took the crew and held them, for about 10-11 tense days before finally receiving an apology from the U.S. government for their safe return.  They returned the aircraft to us, too, albeit in parts, as the Chinese Army took the plane apart and did not even go to the trouble of reassembling it before returning it to us, so dismissive were they of the new 43rd president. 
We must recall that our nation had undergone a long, overheated political crisis following the 2000 Presidential Election, one that took a month or two for the Supreme Court of the United States to slam the door shut on the ongoing, around-the-clock recount in three Florida counties.  
At the time, the Democrats were doing everything possible to give Al Gore the presidency.  I am sure that China saw both the winner of that disputed election and the people of the country as being extremely weak and so took liberties with our grounded surveillance aircraft. 
After this embarrassment for the nation, the Chinese President Jiang Zemin paid a state visit to the Crawford, Texas, ranch owned by President Bush where- ostensibly- they patched things up. 
However, we all know how the Chinese roll and it’s not good, hence why on August 18, 2019, my friend and colleague, Chef Charles, wrote a post in which, he leveled a powerful charge against Xi Jinping and the People’s Republic of China that they were waging an ‘opium war’ on us by flooding our country with tons of fentanyl, perhaps one of the most addictive and deadly drugs known by modern man.
Recently, I have seen on Fox News that the Chinese and Mexico are in bed with one another when it comes to trafficking narcotics into the United States.  The Mexicans carry out the physical aspects of the trafficking while the Chinese produce the drugs and launder the money.  We know that China and Mexico are not our friends, which is why it is so important for President Trump to continue pummeling Xi Jinping for being the scurrilous POS that he is.
We know China hates our guts.  We know this by constant warnings on many of the products they import to us, whether it be supplies for our pets such as food and water bowls and bedding to low-grade dry wall, steel, and even over-the-counter medicines, stuff they hope will either ruin us and our standard of living or will cause us physical pain by poisoning us and harming our beloved pets. 
We must remember that the Chinese are not that far-removed from eating dogs and cats so why the heck would they give a damn about what happens to ours?  Likewise, when they were dumping their crappy steel and home-and-business construction products into our country, if buildings had problems, if bridges fell apart, they did not give a flying hoot, they laughed all the way to the bank. 
The sad thing about all of this is that the United States NEVER waged an ‘opium war’ on the Chinese; no, it was the British.  Here is what Chef Charles said about the situation:
“Historically, we were not the ones waging ‘opium wars’ against China.  That distinction goes directly to the British who used the addictive substance coming out of the opium fields of Afghanistan and northern India as a way of corrupting the morals and the abilities of the Chinese people in resisting the ever-increasing encroachment of Chinese territory by the British empire.”  (Smithenstein, 19-August-2019)
We cannot allow China to supplant the United States as the lone global superpower.  No, we must retain and maintain that title using whatever means necessary to accomplish it because if China were to become supreme, freedom across the world would vanish and we would find ourselves living in a land far worse than anything Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union EVER attempted to do.
God bless President Donald J. Trump for keeping up the fight.  If we reelect him on just one thing, bringing China back to promises it made to become a full-fledged WTO member and member of the community of nations, this is it.
Thanks for joining me today; we will pick back up tomorrow, unless, of course, I have an ‘accident’ overnight or the Chinese flood my computers with a deviant form of malware.  Thanks again for joining me.  God bless.
Elvin C. McCardle
American Culinary Federation, Inc., CWC
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I began my career working as a busboy in 1963, move to washing pots in 1965, became a chef's apprentice in 1969 and have been a career professional ever since.  I am still involved in professional foodservice as a consultant for food and beverage professionals.  Like everyone else who writes for the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day, Bakersfield, California, street artist and graffiti guru, Simone, has done cartoon caricatures of me, which is my personal photo now.  We must keep our personal identities confidential as in this world of political animosity and the fact that we own restaurants, which are dependent upon public visitation, has forced us to journey down this road.  We hope you understand.  Thank you.  
Chef Elvin C. McCardle writes from Ventura, CA.

Chef Elvin C. McCardle is now a Conservative Republican!

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08-30-2019 Friday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMXII: “IF a single reason existed as to WHY we should reelect Donald J. Trump to another term, it is this: forcing China to behave like a member of the family of nations instead of as an outlaw” by Chef Elvin C. McCardle
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REFERENCES:
McCardle, Elvin C. IF a single reason existed as to WHY we should reelect Donald J. Trump to another term, it is this: forcing China to behave like a member of the family of nations instead of as an outlaw.”  Political Topics and Essays, Part MCMXII
Smithenstein, Charles.  18-August-2019. Message to Xi: are you willing to risk your downfall by letting it ride that Donald Trump will NOT win a second term in 2020?  It will be your demise along with that of your communist cronies.”  Political Topics and Essays, Part MCM
For Further Reading:
Rosenthal, Elisabeth and Sanger, David E.  “U.S. Plane in China after it Collides with Chinese Jet.”  02-April-2001.  New York Times, the.  Online.  Accessed 27-August-2019 @ 03:20 p.m.  <https://www.nytimes.com/2001/04/02/world/us-plane-in-china-after-it-collides-with-chinese-jet.html>
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TODAY IN HISTORY—AUGUST 30, 2019:





President Jimmy Carter; Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall; Guion S. Bluford Jr., Jethro Tull featuring Jeffrey Hammond, Little Feat featuring Fred Tackett, the Mamas and the Papas featuring John Phillips, the Velvet Underground featuring Sterling Morrison, and WAR featuring Thomas “Papa Dee” Allen:




A.    257: St. Sixtus II begins his reign as Catholic Pope.
B.    1146: Intending to end war for ALL time, European leaders outlaw the crossbow, something that does not last for very long.
C.    1645: At New Amsterdam—which later would become New YorkNative Americans and the Dutch agreed to a peace treaty.
D.    1682: William Penn sailed from England and later established the colony of Pennsylvania in America.
E.    1721: The Peace of Nystad between the Swedes and the Russians ends the North Sea War.
F.     1776: During the Revolutionary War, the Americans evacuate Long Island; fall back to Manhattan and New York City.
G.   1780: General Benedict Arnold secretly promised to turn over control of the American military fort at West Point to the British army.
H.   1781: During the Revolutionary War, a French fleet of 24 ships under the command of Admiral Comte de Grasse defeats a British fleet under the command of Admiral Graves at the Battle of Chesapeake Capes.
I.       1806: New York City’s second daily newspaper, the “Daily Advertiser,” published its final copy.
J.      1809: Charles Doolittle Walcott first discovered fossils near Burgess Pass.  He named the site Burgess Shale after nearby Mt. Burgess
K.   1843: Blacks participate for the first time in a U.S. political convention, the Liberty Party.
L.    1861: Union General John C. Fremont instituted martial law in Missouri and declared slaves there free.  However, President Abraham Lincoln later countermanded the order.
M.  1862: Confederate forces won victories against Union forces at the Second Battle of Bull Run at Manassas, Virginia, and the Battle of Richmond in Kentucky.
N.    1901: Herbert Cecil Booth patents the vacuum cleaner.
O.   1905: Ty Cobb made his Major League Baseball debut as a player for the Detroit Tigers, hitting a double in his first at-bat in a game against the New York Highlanders; the Tigers won 5-3.
P.     1914: During World War I, the Battle of Tannenberg ends in a decisive victory for the German army as it destroys the Russian 2nd Army.
Q.   1918: Vladimir Lenin, after giving a speech as the new leader of the USSR, is shot and wounded by a member of the opposition; he recovers from his wounds.
R.    1932: In Nazi Germany, Hermann Goering becomes the leader of the Reichstag.
S.     1935: Future guitarist/vocalist/musical mastermind behind the hippie rock band, the Mamas and the Papas, John Phillips, is born on this date.
T.    1939: In response to the growing threat from Nazi Germany next door, Poland begins mobilizing its armed forces.  Meanwhile, in Japan, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto becomes chief of the Japanese Imperial Fleet.
U.    1941: During World War II, the Axis Siege of Leningrad commences on this date as the Axis troops sever the last railroad link between the beleaguered city and the rest of the Soviet Union.
V.    1942: Germany annexes Luxembourg on this date during World War II.
W. 1944: The Red Army reaches Bucharest, Romania, as it drives Axis forces to the west.
X.    1945: General Douglas MacArthur arrived in Japan to set up Allied occupation headquarters.  Elsewhere, future guitarist with the rock band, Little FeatFred Tackett—is born in the United States on this date.
Y.    1947: Jeffrey Hammond, the bassist who would replace Glenn Cornick in Jethro Tull (1971-1975) was born in England on this date.  
Z.    1951: The Philippines and the United States sign a defense pact on this date.
AA.          1954: President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, which was intended to promote private development of nuclear energy.
BB.           1956: A white mob prevents high school registration by blacks at Mansfield High School in Texas.  Meanwhile, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway opened in Louisiana.
CC.          1960: East Germany imposed a partial blockade on West Berlin on this date.
DD.          1963: The “Hot Line” communications link between Washington, D.C., and Moscow in the Soviet Union went into operation. 
EE.           1967: The U.S. Senate confirms Thurgood Marshall as the nation’s first black Supreme Court justice.
FF.           1979: While on a canoe trip in Plains, Georgia, a rabbit attacks President Jimmy Carter.
GG.         1983: Guion S. Bluford Jr. became the first black American astronaut to travel in space as he blasted off aboard the Challenger.
HH.         1984: The space shuttle Discovery launches on its inaugural flight.  Once in space, its crew deployed three communications satellites.  Meanwhile, organizers inducted President Ronald Reagan and several others into the Sportscasters Hall of Fame.  
II.   1986: Soviet authorities arrested Nicholas Daniloff, a correspondent for the U.S. News and World Report as a spy a week after American authorities arrested Gennady Sakharov, a Soviet employee of the United Nations, on espionage charges; however, both governments later released their detainees.
JJ. 1987: A redesigned space shuttle booster, created in the wake of the Challenger disaster, roared into life in its first full-scale test firing near Brigham City, Utah.
KK.         1988: Longtime percussionist with the Los Angeles, California-based soul-funk-rock-Latin-jazz band, WAR—Thomas “Papa Dee” Allen—passed away at age 57 on this date.
LL.           1989: A Federal jury in New York found “hotel queen” Leona Helmsley guilty of income tax evasion but acquitted her of extortion.  She ended up serving 18 months behind bars, a month at a halfway house and two months under house arrest.
MM.      1990: Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. becomes the first father, son to play on a Major League Baseball team together— the Seattle Mariners—, and both single in the 1st Inning.
NN.          1991: Azerbaijan declared its independence, joining the stampede of republics seeking to secede from the Soviet Union.
OO.         1995: Sterling Morrison—the original bassist of the New York City rock band, the Velvet Underground—died of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.  (It is interesting to note that his birthday was yesterday in 1942).
PP.           1997: Americans received word of the car crash in Paris that killed Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and their driver, Henri Paul.  Due to the time difference, it was August 31st when the crash occurred.  
QQ.         2005: A day after Hurricane Katrina hit, flooding covered 80-percent of New Orleans which led to the rescues of hundreds of stranded people by helicopter and boat.  Meanwhile, looting continued throughout the city. 
RR.          2010: For the first time in three weeks, 33 trapped Chilean miners contact their families after suffering entrapment in a cave-in; however, the Chilean government used a new method to release them from the mine weeks later.
SS.2012: A report on the nuclear program of Iran released by the IAEA, highlights concern over Iran's nuclear program as the country reportedly has doubled its number of centrifuges as the Fordow facility.
TT.           2013: Off the coast of the Aleutian Islands, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake strikes.
UU.          2014: In the face of growing evidence of Russian-Chechen involvement in eastern Ukraine thanks to evidence showing military equipment and troops, the European Union proposes stiffer sanctions against Vladimir Putin’s RussiaPutin denies all charges while calling for the ‘independence of the region.’
VV.          2015: In response to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s desire to change the nation’s constitution so that Japanese defense forces can aid allied nations when Japan, itself, is not under attack, protesters gather in the streets outside the parliament building in opposition.
 










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FEATURED ALBUM OF THE DAY:









Tony Banks of Genesis fame released a classical effort, aptly titled “Five,” on February 23, 2018.  This is a superb effort recorded with the Czech National Symphony and Orchestra conducted by Nick Ingman.  This artist never fails to please even though he lacks the commercial success of everyone else from Genesis but it is what it is.  We hope you will seek this effort out via visiting whatever site you do for nothing but the best in modern rock and classical music.




SPECIAL ALBUMS OF THE DAY:

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BLUE CHEER released their next album, “Live and Unreleased, Vol. I 68/74,” an effort that came out on July 12, 1999.  The album featured the original band cranking out some of their best tunes culled from two fiery, acidified shows, one being the Steve Allen show.  The band featured Dickie Peterson (bass and vocals), Leigh Stevens, Jerry Peterson and Reuben De La Fuentes (guitars), and Paul Whaley (drums).  If you want to hear some of the wildest, craziest rock and roll ever recorded, this album and its successor makes anything one finds from the millennial and gen-X’ers little more than crap.  Please seek it out, give it a listen, and enjoy.
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Led Zeppelin released a two-disc set.  “Led Zeppelin Remasters” came out on October 15, 1990, and it features 24 tunes remastered for CD from all of their albums.  This is an excellent collection for first-time fans and veteran listeners alike.  Add to that all the information included and you have a glorious collection that will give you listening pleasure for a lifetime.  Please, do yourself a favor and go check it out…now.
       











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