I realize that some people think I’m going a little overboard on the “feature” posts, but, to quote a famous song, “it’s my blog, and I’ll post what I want to”.
**future home of TCJ Playlist graphic**
The latest addition to The Conservative Journal line-up of entertainment is the “TCJ Playlist”. How this will work is that each time I review a CD or a new song (Which I plan to start doing soon.) I will decide if it makes the cut for the playlist or not. The playlist does not necessarily include songs that I like, but rather songs that are not complete garbage. If a full CD is reviewed, I do reserve the rite to “line-item veto” (Barack/Congress, take notes for this part) the songs that I do not like, placing only those that I deem not complete garbage on the playlist. I think this holds the potential to be a lot of fun for me, and moderate fun for those that read along. As usual, any suggestions for the playlist are greatly appreciated and welcomed, simply e-mail your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does this have to with politics, you ask? Everything, because politics is in everything and music is a thing.
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- 1780- Thick smoke and heavy cloud cover cause complete darkness to befall New England and Canada. It was big Colonial-style blackout.
- 1848- Mexico officiates the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which gives us California, Nevada, Utah and parts of four other modern-day states. This ends the Mexican-American War, and all for less than $15 million out of our vault.
- 1921- Congress passes the Emergency Quota Act, which for the first time sets a limit on the volume of national immigration.
- 1962- Marilyn Monroe performs her infamous rendition of “Happy Birthday” for then President John F. Kennedy.
- 1991- Croatia becomes an independent nation.
The Conservative Journal wishes a happy birthday to…
- former NFL football star Archie Manning, 60.
- AC/DC drumer Phil Rudd, 55.
- the voice of “Goombella” from the game Paper Mario Kelly Sheridan, 32.
Only the very rich and famous get a shout out from us.
In Memory of..
- author Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1864.
- former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, 1994.
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Because the world is full of interesting failures, we must have an award to honor those that exhibit exceptional fails. These fails won’t be your typical fails that you see all over the internet, nor the fabricated variety you can find all over the interweb; but fails that occur in the lives of our finest: politicians, celebrities, etc. Check back in a few minutes to see who kicks off our “Honorary Plaque of Fail” award!
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