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To catch the readership up, we revisit last year’s First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award so you can see who was in the running, how we tallied the votes, and the final top three winners

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“To catch the readership up, we revisit last year’s First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award so you can see who was in the running, how we tallied the votes, and the final top three winners” by Chef Craig “Stinkbug” Carrici




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Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and look at last year’s First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award…
Pumpkin Center, CA 93313, 12-11-2019 Wednesday:  Good morning, welcome to the blog.  Last year for the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award, we had 31 contestants.  It was a tough fight to determine who was going to win the flagship presentation.  Let me show you how things worked out:
          First Round of Semi-Finals results on Thursday, 12-13-2018 (presented by Roland Carl Davis):
The balloting was open to friends and family of the blog with the blogs’ President Chef Alvin being in charge of the balloting.  All told with friends, family, and employees, as well as chef-bloggers and our support staff, we have approximately 963 people who submitted ballots.
The first round of balloting is for first semi-final and these are the contestants and here is how they polled:
1.     Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel- failure to do anything about Nikolas Cruz or the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, on 02-14-2018 as well as for claiming he is doing a marvelous job.  0 votes- eliminated from the competition
2.     Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf- for warning illegal aliens of impending ICE raids and how to avoid them.  0 votes- eliminated from the competition
3.     Adam Schiff. 97 votes for the face of the Resistance Movement. 
4.     Governor Jerry Brown and Attorney-General Xavier Becerra over their defense of CA being a slave state.  39 votes for the dynamic duo
5.     Louis Farrakhan for his comments regarding Jews.  73 votes for the bigoted minister.
6.     Andrew McCabe- former deputy FBI director.  37 votes for the apparent fall guy.
7.     Judge Rudy Contreras of the FISA Court who gave Peter Strzok his warrant and is his good friend. 0 votes.   No one knows the jurist.
8.     Dana Millbank.  0 votes
9.     Joy Behar.  As horrible as this woman can be, 17 votes for her.  Even I despise her.  
10. Maxine Waters for advocating violence on weekend of 06-23-to-24-2018.  126 votes for the erstwhile congresswoman.
11. Omarosa Manigault-Newman. 1 vote for this skank.
12. Juan Williams and Geraldo Rivera.  I understand why these two disturb many of my colleagues as they both seem ready to thump their chests in mock protest instead of actually taking a stand and doing something about the depredations the President seeming gets away with doing.  32 votes for them.
13. Peter Strzok.  Due to his testimony earlier in the year, many people despise this guy, especially the women as he reminds them of past bad experiences with men like him in the past.  138 votes.   
14. John Brennan.  Although this man is not popular, he only garnered 15 votes
15. Barack Hussein Obama.  Not a single vote; good. 
16. Antifa.  A fascist organization (I am not stupid- of course they are), they received 43 votes
17. Michael Avenatti for gang rape claim.  A very unattractive man and an abuser of women, he tied with Peter Strzok with 138 votes.
18. Stormy Daniels for losing her lawsuit after accusing POTUS of doing all sorts of things.  She received 0 votes as the voters see her more as a victim than someone deserving of the prize. 
19. Dianne Feinstein for what she did to Brett Kavanaugh.  The Senator received 26 votes
20. Brian Stelter.  The little newsman received 0 votes
21. Cory “Spartacus” Booker.  The New Jersey senator and potential nominee of the Democratic Party in 2020, he received 5 votes.
22. Kamala Harris.  Another potential nominee for the Dems in 2020, she received 12 votes
23. Mazie Hirono.  The senator from Hawaii received 116 votes
24. Kirsten Gillibrand.  As surprising as it seems, the New York senator and possible 2020 nominee for the Democratic Party received 1 vote.
25. Robert S. Mueller III.  The special prosecutor received 1 vote.  I think people were frightened of voting for him to receive the Lavrentiy Beria Award.
26. Jeff Flake.  0 votes.
27. John Kasich.  0 votes.
28. Hillary Clinton.  Seemingly ‘old news,’ the possible 2020 nominee of the Democratic Party received 33 votes.
29. Jim Acosta.  Most people laughed at poor old Jim; he received 1 vote
30. Mitt Romney.  Why would anyone vote for him?  The man is a loser, he received 0 votes.
31. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.  Amazingly, she received 12 votes
The top 10 advance to the second semi-finals, which Stinkbug will present next week.  Here are your top 10 for the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award:
Tied for first place: Peter Strzok and Michael Avenatti with 138 votes apiece. 
Maxine Waters holds third place with 126 votes.
Mazie Hirono holds fourth place as of the first polling with 116 votes.
Adam Schiff holds fifth place (97 votes) while the Minister Farrakhan holds sixth with 73 votes.
Antifa comes in seventh place with 43 votes.
Governor Jerry Brown and Attorney-General Xavier Becerra hold eighth place with 39 votes while fired Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe comes in ninth with 37 votes. 
Tenth place is Hillary Clinton with 33 votes.   
Eleventh place is Juan Williams and Geraldo Rivera with 32 votes.
Dianne Feinstein is in twelfth place with 26 votes.
Joy Behar holds thirteenth place with 17 votes.
John Brennan holds fourteenth place with 15 votes.
Kamala Harris and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hold fifteenth place with 12 votes apiece.
If a nominee cannot get 10 votes or higher, he or she is out of the running so next week, voting begins anew for the second semi-finals with Mo presenting the Grand Prize at the end of the year.
Second Round of Semi-Finals results on Thursday, 12-20-2018:
First Place: Michael Avenatti 378 votes
Second Place: Maxine Waters 273 votes
Third Place: Adam Schiff 152 votes
Fourth Place: Antifa 87 votes
Sixth Place: Louis Farrakhan 17 votes
Seventh Place: Andrew McCabe 8 votes
Eighth Place: Jerry Brown and Xavier Becerra 7 votes
Ninth Place: Hillary Clinton 5 votes
Tenth Place: Juan Williams and Geraldo Rivera 1 vote
Eleventh Place: Mazie Hirono 0 votes
While the voting is somewhat surprising, we think that Michael Avenatti has a lock on being the winner of the flagship award.  I mean, the man pursues President Donald Trump and did his best to derail the Supreme Court nomination hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh by trotting out disingenuous sluts to make false accusations.  
Then, the deviate beats up a woman and the man who loudly proclaims “WE SHOULD BELIEVE ALL SURVIVORS” lies through his teeth that “I did nothing!  I will be vindicated.”  What a putz, the man should be in jail but since he could be the nominee for the Democratic Party in 2020, the Los Angeles County district attorney gave him a pass.
Maxine Waters, the woman who wants to ‘take out’ (and not in a good way) President Trump, the slum queen who lives in a multi-million dollar home while her constituents live in misery came in Number Two. 
“Shifty” Adam Schiff came in third with the Democratic Party’s very own S.A. stormtroopers came in fourth.  Peter Strzok came in fifth while noted anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan came in sixth.  From there it goes down to the basest piece of feculence.
Nadaraia and Sarkisian Award (for the losers)
Third and Final Round of Semi-Finals results on Thursday, 12-27-2018:
The voting took place once again and we have now arrived at the Top Three, one of whom will win the coveted award a week from now.  Here they are:
1.     Michael Avenatti 451 votes
2.     Antifa 376 votes
3.     Jerry Brown and Xavier Becerra 136 votes
Now, last week, it looked as though outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown and current state Attorney-General Xavier Becerra were on their way out because they were in eighth place.  Yet, after another incident of an illegal alien run amok occurred in which the POS offender had been in custody in Tulare County where ICE put in a detainer, thanks to the sanctuary state policies of our misguided state, the man got out of jail.
A week later, the illegal alien criminal, deported numerous times, murdered at least two people, shot several others, caused numerous mayhem until the cops finally shot him dead.  This sort of thing goes on all the time and the people voting decided to put the outgoing governor and his AG into third place.  Congratulations.
Attorney Michael Avenatti is no surprise as that man is a worthless scumbag.  We have no doubt that he won’t remain in the top spot and win the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award.  
Antifa is not a surprise either as some of our voting members have visited Portland, Oregon, in recent weeks and say it is like nothing they have ever seen before in the United States.  Let us hope President Trump sends in the military and cleans up these George Soros-financed criminals. 
Be here next week when one of the BIG THREE wins the award.  It is going to be amazing.
The First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award awarded on January 03, 2019:
Here is how the voting went:
California Governor Jerry Brown and Attorney General Xavier Becerra: 786 votes.
Antifa: 164 votes.
Michael Avenatti: 13 votes.
Antifa qualifies for second place so they win the booby prize, the Nadaraia and Sarkisian Award while Mr. Avenatti in distant third place, sort of like Ultima Thule to the planet Earth wins the toilet bowl crapper.  Congratulations to outgoing Governor Brown and to current AG Becerra.  You two have won the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award.  
Last year, you can see how the nominees rated, how the people voted, and the subsequent results.  We were proud that two of our own- for the majority of chef-authors here are from California- won the flagship prize, former Governor Jerry Brown and his trusty sidekick, Sancho Panza, state Attorney-General Xavier Becerra.  Antifa came in second for being the physical arm of the Democratic Party while lowlife pond scum attorney, Michael Avenatti, came in third.
Join me back here tomorrow so we will see who makes it into the top 10 or 11.  I will see you then.  
Stinkbug
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I am your talented chef-host, back in the 1980's when I was the sous chef of a large foodservice operation in Bakersfield, CA.  I began my cooking career in the 1960's when I apprenticed underneath a great chef, Master Chef Ulysses S. Paz.  I have lived and worked in Hawaii, Washington State, Arizona, and California.  Even though I am in my late 60s, I am still actively involved at a hotel here in Bakersfield, CA.
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12-11-2019 Wednesday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MMXV: “To catch the readership up, we revisit last year’s First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award so you can see who was in the running, how we tallied the votes, and the final top three winners” by Chef Craig “Stinkbug” Carrici
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Carrici, Craig. To catch the readership up, we revisit last year’s First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award so you can see who was in the running, how we tallied the votes, and the final top three winners.”  Political Topics and Essays, Part MMXV
FOR FURTHER READING:
11-30-2018 F:  “Next month, the AICP-END Blogs will release the name of the winner for our First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award; I go over the remaining nominees today and explain why each one is on our list” by Chef Olaf Bologolo. Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCXXXIX
12-01-2018 S:  “The final list of contestants for the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award appear today and boy, do we have some winners on the list like Hillary Clinton, Jeff Flake, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez” by Chef Olaf Bologolo.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCXL
12-14-2018 Th: “The Results are in for Round One of the Semi-Finals for the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award are in- check them out!” by Chef Roland Carl Davis.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCLII
12-20-2018 Th: “Round Two of the Semi-Finals for the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award are in: Michael Avenatti holds first place!” by Chef Craig “Stinkbug” Carrici.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCLIX
12-27-2018 Th: “We have arrived at the Top Three contenders for the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award, which we will award NEXT Thursday” by Moses Scharbug III.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCLXVI
01-03-2019 Th: “We announce the winners of the First Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award today: outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown and current Attorney-General Xavier Becerra” by Moses Scharbug III.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MDCLXXIII
12-10-2019 T: “The Second Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award’s second grouping of contestants is here today, some you might know and expect, some for a second time, whereas others could be a complete surprise” by Chef Craig “Stinkbug” Carrici.  Political Topics and Essays, Part MMXIV
http://www.americaninstituteofculinarypolitics-theelementalnewsoftheday.com/2019/12/the-second-annual-lavrentiy-beria.html
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TODAY IN HISTORY—DECEMBER 11, 2019:




U.S. Secretary of State  John F. Kerry; AC/DC featuring Steve Young, the Jackson Five featuring Jermaine Jackson, (George Harrison) with Ravi Shankar, and the Rolling Stones featuring Darryl Jones:



A.   384: St. Damasus I ends his reign as Catholic Pope.
B.    1620: 103 Mayflower pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts.
C.   1719: In New England, the first recorded visible sighting of the Aurora Borealis takes place.
D.   1769:  Edward Beran of London, England, patented venetian blinds on this date.
E.    1792: King Louis XVI went before the Convention to face charges of treason.  Authorities convicted and executed him the following month.
F.    1816: Indiana became the Union’s 19th state.
G.   1844: After receiving an anesthetic for a dental procedure, Dr. Horace Wells became the first person to undergo a tooth extraction while anesthetized.  The agent used to numb him was nitrous oxide, aka ‘laughing gas.’
H.   1866: The first yacht race across the Atlantic Ocean from America to Europe takes place.
I.      1872: The first black American governor elected in the U.S.Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchbeck takes his seat as governor of Louisiana.
J.     1882: On its opening day, today, the Bijou Theater in Boston became the first theater entirely lit by electricity.
K.   1888: The French Panama Canal Company falls into bankruptcy and failure.
L.    1903: British troops under the command of Generals McDonald and Young marched into the kingdom of Tibet on this date, determined to take it for the British Crown.  
M.  1910: French inventor Georges Claude publicly displayed his first neon lamp, consisting of two 38-foot-long tubes at the Paris Expo.  
N.   1916: The British World War I government of David Lloyd George forms.
O.   1917: German-occupied Lithuania proclaims independence from Czarist Russia.  Meanwhile, convicted of participation in the race riots in Houston, Texas, 13 black U.S. soldiers meet their end at the gallows.
P.    1928: Police in Buenos Aires announced that they had thwarted an attempt on the life of President-elect Herbert Hoover
Q.   1931: The British Statute of Westminster gives complete legislative independence to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Newfoundland.
R.   1936: Britain’s King Edward VIII abdicated his throne, so he could marry American divorcee Wallis Warfield Simpson; his brother, Prince Albert, became George VI.
S.    1937: Fascist Italy announced that it was withdrawing from the League of Nations on this date due to criticism of its invasion of Ethiopia.  In the 25th Canadian Football League Grey Cup, the Toronto Argonauts defeat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by a score of 30-7.
T.    1941: Germany and Italy declared war on the United States; the U.S. responded in kind.  In addition, the Dutch government in exile in Great Britain declares war on Italy.  Meanwhile, Japanese troops attempt to land on Wake Island in the Pacific for the first time and fail.
U.   1942: The Royal Navy evacuates Australian/Dutch guerilla troops to Timor near Australia due to Japanese gains in the Pacific during World War II.
V.   1943: John F. Kerry—future Democratic senator (1985-2013) and 68th U.S. secretary of state under President Barack Obama from 02-01-2013 to 01-20-2017—is born on this date on this date in Aurora, Colorado.    
W. 1946: The United Nations suspended Fascist Spain from its ranks on this date in history.  In addition, the UN established the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) on this date.
X.   1951: Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees announced his retirement from Major League Baseball.  During his 13-year career, DiMaggio played for one team and one team only, the Yankees.
Y.   1954: Jermaine Jackson, future member of the Jackson Five[i] (backing and lead vocals, keyboards 1962-1975 / 1983-1989 / 2001 / 2012-present), was born in Gary, Indiana, on this date.
Z.    1956: Future guitarist with the Australian rock band, AC/DC[ii] from 2014 to the present—Steve Young—is born on this date.
AA.        1949: In the final AAFC (All-American Football Conference) Championship Game, the Cleveland Browns beat the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 21-7.
BB.         1961: A U.S. aircraft carrier carrying Army helicopters arrived in Saigon—the first direct American assistance to the South Vietnamese government’s fight against communist guerrillas.  Meanwhile, future bassist with the Rolling Stones[iii], 1993 to present- Darryl Jones- is born in Chicago, Illinois, on this date.
CC.        1967: People’s Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) is established.
DD.        1972: Apollo 17’s lunar module landed on the surface of the moon with astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt aboard; during three extra-vehicular activities (EVA’s), they became the last two men to step onto the surface of the moon to date.
EE.         1978: Six masked men bind 10 employees of Lufthansa Airlines’ cargo area at New York’s Kennedy Airport and make off with $5.8 million in cash and jewelry.
FF.          1979: Great Britain grants Rhodesia—soon to be Zimbabwe—independence.
GG.       1980: President Jimmy Carter signed legislation creating a $1.6 billion environmental “superfund” to pay for cleaning up chemical spills and toxic waste dumps.   
HH.       1981: Muhammad Ali’s final fight, his 61st, ends in a loss to Trevor Burdick.
II.   1985: The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 1,500 for the first time at 1,511.70.  Meanwhile, General Electric Company agreed to buy RCA Corporation for $6.3 billion.  Also included in the deal was NBC Radio and Television.
JJ. 1988: When tons of illegal fireworks blew up in a Mexico City marketplace, 62 people died in the explosion.
KK.       1990: At Chattanooga, Tennessee, 13 people die in an 83-vehicle pileup that took place in heavy fog.  Elsewhere, after 12 years of marriage, Donald and Ivana Trump received their divorce papers.
LL.         1995: Thomas O. Hicks buys the NHL Dallas Stars franchise for $84 million. 
MM.     1997: More than 150 countries agreed at a Global Warming conference in Kyoto, Japan, to control the Earth’s greenhouse gases.  Meanwhile, Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams became the first political ally of the IRA to meet a British leader in 76 years.  He conferred with British Prime Minister Tony Blair in London.    
NN.        2008: Bernie Madoff underwent arrest, accused of running a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme.  Currently, Mr. Madoff is serving a sentence of 150 years in a Federal prison.
OO.       2010: The 46-year-old son of convicted fraud king, Bernie Madoff, Andrew, kills himself in his Manhattan apartment due to people’s suspicions that he aided his father in defrauding his clients.
PP.          2012: In Lansing, Michigan, thousands of union agitators protest outside the capital building as Michigan’s government passes right-to-work laws, becoming the 24th state in the nation to have such legislation and the most highly unionized of all of them.  Elsewhere, Venezuela’s thug president, Hugo Chavez, undergoes cancer surgery in the island paradise of Communist Cuba; it did not work, and the fool later died.  Finally, famed sitarist Ravi Shankar[iv]—the sixth performer at Woodstock in 1969 (10:00 to 10:35 P.M.)—died on this date.
QQ.       2013: Twenty people die on the island of Madagascar from bubonic plague, which rats transmit to humans via fleas; authorities identify chronic overcrowding and unhygienic prison conditions as the root cause of the outbreak.  Meanwhile, Pope Frances I becomes Time Magazine’sPerson of the Year.’     
RR.        2014A 219-year-old time capsule is being excavated from beneath the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House in Boston; the capsule, first found in 1855 and reburied, is likely the oldest in the U.S.                                                                              










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[i] We expect to present the music of the Jackson Five and Michael Jackson sometime in 2025-2026 so please stay tuned for future developments.  
[ii] We are not sure when AC/DC will be in the works but you bet they will be at some point, possibly in 2027-2028. 
[iii] We began sharing with the readership the music of this veteran British band (as well as its individual members) on Monday, 21-March-2016-and concluded the presentation on Sunday, 28-August-2016.  We hope you will seek them out by visiting the various blog posts between these dates so you can see what interests you.  
[iv] We hope to one day share with you the music of this amazing musician but haven’t a clue as to when that might be.  2030?  Possibly.  Stay tuned. 


































































































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The Zombies released their next album, “Live at the Bloomsbury Theater, London,” on April 03, 2005.  The lineup featured vocalist/percussionist/guitarist Colin BlunstoneMarsha Johns (guitars/vocals), Keith Airey (guitars/backing vocals), Rod Argent (keyboards, backing and lead vocals), Jim Rodford (bass/backing vocals), and Steve Rodford (drums).  The band delivered the musical goods on two CDs, doing their classic second album, “Odyssey and Oracle,” in its entirety as well as other tunes from their brief original discography as well as songs by both principal remaining members.  We hope you will use the link we provide you here so you can zip on over to the world’s greatest online marketplace, Amazon.com, where you can pick it up in the format, the condition, and the price that rocks you socks.  You will enjoy it.




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Today’s album is Frank Zappa’s thirty-sixth solo album, “The Lost Episodes,” which came out on February 27, 1995 and was the second in a protracted line of posthumous albums.  Like all the rest of Mr. Zappa’s lengthy catalog, this is a fine album and one that shows the amazing versatility possessed by this extremely talented musician.  Take the convenient link posted above, go to Amazon.com and buy it now.—you will be glad you did.

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Ian Hunter released his next effort, “When I’m President,” on May 04, 2012.    Joining the artist on this effort were Andy York, James Mastro, and Steve Bosch (guitars), Paul Page (bass), Steve Holley (drums/percussion), and some phenomenal guests to make it even more special.   Either way, we love this album as much as fans of the man and of Mott the Hoople do, and believe that you will, too, so please seek it out at Amazon.com, give it a good listen, and consider adding it to your growing album collection- you will be glad you did.

       
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