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Fresh update on "maryland" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 min | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "maryland" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Here's rob woodfork. All right, number 20 Maryland a heavy underdog, but the terps handed 7th ranked Notre-Dame its first loss of the season 74 72 in the ACC Big Ten challenge diamond Miller was the hero. She scored Maryland's final 5 points, including the jumper at the buzzer to cap. What was a 31.12 rebound masterpiece? The capital still under an hour from face off in Seattle against the kraken, the caps looking to win their second straight in this West Coast portion of their 6 game road trip. Thursday Night Football in the second quarter, the Buffalo Bills with 14 unanswered points. They lead the New England Patriots 17 to 7 in Foxborough, Josh Allen with a pair of touchdown passes, one of them to former turp Stefon Diggs. Back home to Washington commanders Joey sly, is the NFC special teams player of the month for a dominant November in which the woodbridge native made all ten of his field goals, including a pair of 50 plus yarders in his four field goal game. You may recall that as the thrilling Monday night win in Philadelphia Scott Turner. He's done an outstanding job. Obviously, the Philly games on the stands out with the long kicks. But just knowing that like, hey, you get to a certain yard mark. You're gonna at least get points on the board. It helps and not for me, but just for our team, you know? And you want to score touchdowns, but those threes add up as well. Which I have

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What's Right With Maryland

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 10 hrs ago

What's Right With Maryland

"Every single person who spends the night at the house reads about their own state. And then they begin to compare. It's like the best publication you could possibly do. I don't know who the original brain was behind that, but it's beautifully designed. It's very easy. You can download it, but I think people can they order it from Alex so that they get the hard copy. The paperback copy. Yeah, you can order a copy. We'll send you one in the mail, but rich states poor states dot org. It's all there. I was actually my Uber driver recently was really interested to learn about it. He pulled it up on his Tesla touchscreen as we're driving. I'm not sure I like that. By the end of by the time I got dropped off at the airport, he was ready to leave Maryland. Well, a, that's good. In fact, I came in this morning to the hotel and in Alex staffer was going down to the gym. I said, you weren't outside were you? No, no. Because it's freezing. And I said, where are you from? I said, I'm from Marilyn, part of the Alex staff. And I said, well, good, you know how cold it is. Why does anyone live in Maryland, do you think? No one should live there. I moved to this area. I remember. I remember the other side of the river. Other side of the river and it makes all the difference in the world. D.C. should just tilt and empty out everywhere. So

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Fresh update on "maryland" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "maryland" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"By Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Let's get to rob Woodford. All right, the 20th ranked women's Maryland women right now in front of Notre-Dame on the road 65 63 little under three minutes left to go in regulation of a game that's been pretty back and forth just moments ago Maryland hitting only their fourth three pointer in 15 tries to take back the lead against Notre-Dame. They were a 12 and a half point favorite where the fighting Irish, so this would be a bit of an upset if the terms can pull this off. There's a football just kicking off in New England between the Patriots and bills in a game rife with playoff implications, the bill is putting von Miller on injured reserve earlier today. And I hope you got in your nap capitals fans still a couple hours from face off in Seattle in the second leg of this West Coast portion of the road trip. Rob woodfork, WTO sports. Now to the top stories we're working on on WTO

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Hogan to gather with supporters amid White House speculation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Hogan to gather with supporters amid White House speculation

"Will he or won't he? Larry Hogan is gathering with supporters amid White House speculation. Maryland's Republican governor Larry Hogan will leave office on January 18th and appears to be considering his political future. Hogan's attending a leadership summit in Annapolis to talk about his record and the future of the country, then he's holding separate casino fundraisers, won a shindig for his nonprofit in America united, and another for his relatively new political action committee called better path forward, which has donated to moderate but unsuccessful Republican candidates in several states. Hogan served 8 years in Maryland where Democrats outnumber the GOP two to one, and he's positioned himself as part of a purple wave and alternative to former president Donald Trump, who has already announced his candidacy for president. Hogan's been a fierce Trump critic, saying in an interview that he lit up state hotlines by suggesting people could drink disinfectants to cure COVID-19, and one saying he'd given up guessing what Trump might do next. I'm Jennifer King

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Crews rescue 2 from plane caught in power lines in Maryland

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 d ago

Crews rescue 2 from plane caught in power lines in Maryland

"Investigators are looking into why a small plane crashed in Maryland on Sunday. The small plane had left White Plains New York and was near the Montgomery county, Maryland air park in Gaithersburg, when it crashed into live power lines trapping two people inside and knocking out power to thousands in the area. Before first responders could rescue the two, utility contractors had to disconnect the high tension wires. So it would be safe for the rescuers and responders had to stabilize the plane and then the rescue. Montgomery county fire chief Scott Goldstein. Both patients have been transported from the scene to local area trauma centers. With serious injuries. But both are expected to survive. He talked to W JLA TV, state police identify the two as pilot Patrick Merkel of Washington, D.C., and passenger Janet Williams of Louisiana, both in their 60s. I'm Rita foley

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Commanders outrun Falcons, intercept Mariota in 19-13 win

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Commanders outrun Falcons, intercept Mariota in 19-13 win

"Kendall fuller intercepted a Marcus Mariota pass in the end zone with 58 seconds to go as the commanders held on to beat the falcons 19 to 13. The pass was tipped by Doran Payne. Fuller in the commanders are 7 and 5 and they've won three straight and 6 of 7. Definitely a big win. As a team, you know, you expect to win. The preparation that you put in during the week in the off season all year, you expect to go into games and win and we just want to keep it going. Commander quarterback Taylor heinicke threw for a pair of touchdowns and Brian Robinson ran for one while rushing for a 105 yards. The falcons fall to 5 and 7. Craig heist landover, Maryland.

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Maryland probe finds 158 abusive priests, over 600 victims

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Maryland probe finds 158 abusive priests, over 600 victims

"An investigation by Maryland's attorney general has identified 158 Catholic priests in the archdiocese of Baltimore who have been accused of sexually and physically abusing more than 600 victims over the past 80 years I Norman hall attorney general Brian frosh is asked a court to release the 463 paint report on his investigation which began in 2019 It identifies 115 priests who were prosecuted for sex abuse and are identified publicly by the archdiocese as having been credibly accused of sexual abuse It also includes an additional 43 priests accused of sexual abuse but not identified publicly by the archdiocese The court filing says the sexual abuse was so pervasive that victims were sometimes reporting abuse to priests who were perpetrators themselves Victims ages ranged from preschool through young adulthood I Norman hall

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The Reason People Like Ron DeSantis

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

The Reason People Like Ron DeSantis

"Yes I'm frustrated but what's frustrating me most Is that we're not rallying around what works The reason people like desantis so much is not just because he focused on kitchen table issues which he did but he defended your liberty in Florida He defended parental rights in Florida He pushed back against wokeism in Florida Larry Hogan didn't do any of this as a matter of fact you might recall Larry Hogan took a shot at Ron DeSantis Several times because Larry Hogan would do it differently Meanwhile Larry Hogan leaves a state behind that's a disaster Nobody's flocking to Maryland Nobody's flocking to New Jersey Chris Christie It's not happening Desantis Even when he's attacked the guy's a gentleman he knows how to deal with these things This is why you like him

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Last Night, Anti-Trump Republicans Lost

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Last Night, Anti-Trump Republicans Lost

"We'll need to look at these numbers when we have better numbers at some point But one person mentioned to me that she believes a lot of these establishment Republicans when they lost to these more conservative or magic candidates in the primaries they decided not to support them She might be onto something there I mean I'll give you some examples of very prominent Republicans who did that When you look at Larry Hogan in Maryland he refused to endorse The Republican nominated candidate for governor who won the Republican primary Because that candidate was backed by Trump Now why did he do that He wanted a Democrat to win In a Democrat state does anybody think desantis would do anything like that He did that because he has built his entire legacy on being an anti trumper A bipartisan Republican Center center left And he wants to run for president

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2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP

"In state capital's early calls show Republicans losing two governorships in traditionally democratic states I'm Ben Thomas with some results Democratic candidates have won in Maryland and Massachusetts both beating Trump backed opponents Massachusetts voters have chosen Mara healey over former state representative Jeff deal to replace Republican governor Charlie baker who opted against seeking a third term Healey will become the state's first woman and first openly gay governor In Maryland Wes Moore replaces Republican governor Larry Hogan whose term limited He becomes the state's first black governor He beat Republican state legislator Dan Cox Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in Maryland Another newcomer to the governor's mansion Republican Sarah Sanders the former White House press secretary elected in Arkansas 6 other gubernatorial results went to the incumbents Republican Ron DeSantis fending off a challenge from former governor Charlie Crist in Florida Republicans in Alabama Bill Lee and Tennessee Henry McMaster and South Carolina and Chris sununu in New Hampshire and Democrat JB pritzker be elected in Illinois I'm Ben Thomas

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Georgia Senate candidates make final pitch to voters

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Georgia Senate candidates make final pitch to voters

"Final pitches ahead of election day President Joe Biden traveled to buoy state university in Maryland to deliver his final appeal to voters We know in our bones that our democracy is at risk and we know that this is your moment to defend it Former president Donald Trump campaign in Ohio for author J D Vance he wrongly claimed the 2020 election was stolen from him He also called on supporters to return to Republicans to the majority in Congress The first step to saving America is winning an epic victory for Republicans On his arrival back in Washington Biden was asked about the chances for his party I'm optimistic And I'm always optimistic The Democrats win the house I think it's going to be tough I think

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Presidential push ahead of the 2022 midterm elections

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Presidential push ahead of the 2022 midterm elections

"Democrats and Republicans are issuing urgent appeals in the last full day of campaigning before election day More than 41 million ballots have already been cast in the midterm election that could have a powerful impact on the House and Senate and the final two years of Joe Biden's presidency The president continues to stick to democratic strongholds like New York where he campaigned for governor Kathy hochul on Sunday Give me two more Democrats in the Senate and we keep control of the House We're going to codify roe V wade in January and make it a law of the land Biden will speak at an evening rally at Bowie state university in Maryland a state where Democrats hope to reclaim a governor's seat Former president Donald Trump again teased a run for The White House while campaigning Sunday for Florida senator Marco Rubio We were a great nation and we will soon be a great nation

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Maryland Gubernatorial Candidate Dan Cox Joins Us to Lay Out His Plan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | Last month

Maryland Gubernatorial Candidate Dan Cox Joins Us to Lay Out His Plan

"To kind of keep with the theme, you could say Maryland is in the northeast. It's basically in the northeast. We'll put it that way. But I think that there's going to be another very important race happening in Maryland, the governor's race. And Dan Cox joins us right now in his website is Cox for freedom dot com running for governor of the great state of Maryland. Dan, welcome to the program. Charlie, it's an honor. Thanks for having me on. Yeah, thank you. Tell us about your race, how are things going? Well, you know, I'm privileged to run and carry this flag of freedom because in Maryland, we actually have a long history of being the old line state, the free state. And our constitution stands for our individual liberties and sadly the last two years of those have been trampled upon and now we see, you know, rising crime, one of the worst states in the nation for the murder rate. We have a horrific situation in our schools where parents are being excluded and children are being indoctrinated with both CRT and this gender ideology that is literally creating in Montgomery county alone a 300% increase in gender dysphoria and parents are fed up. And so I'm running to say enough is enough. Let's bring back economic sanity to Maryland's lower our taxes. You know, Charlie, we're at 44th in the nation for income tax burdens, our corporate rate is 8.25% in Delaware, blue state and next to us. This is only 5.5%. So we can be smarter than this. I'm running to reduce those taxes. Take the inflationary aspect out of the tax code.

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Pelosi attack shocks country on edge about democracy threats

AP News Radio

01:04 min | Last month

Pelosi attack shocks country on edge about democracy threats

"The attack on Paul Pelosi the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi in their San Francisco home has politicians from both parties expressing outrage about the assault and Democrats decrying what they say is a rise in extremism among Republican ranks I'm Ben Thomas with the latest There's some scary stuff happening Vice president Kamala Harris at a rally for Maryland Democrats in Baltimore So called leaders Have been using the bully pulpit that they were given by the people in a way that is about the preservation of their personal power And she says to divide the country Promulgating hate In Colorado Republican Senate candidate Joe O'Day also expressed concern that partisanship and polarization are tearing the country apart adding Americans should worry because attacks like the one on Paul Pelosi are becoming more common A new domestic intelligence assessment from the Department of Homeland Security warns extremists fueled by election falsehoods both a heightened threat to the upcoming midterms Ben Thomas Washington

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Bob Stefanowski: The Economic Conditions in Connecticut

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | Last month

Bob Stefanowski: The Economic Conditions in Connecticut

"The issues here because you have a real shot of this and bob being a northeastern or from blue states myself being raised in New York And then having lived and run for office in Maryland you've got a real shot of defeating the dreadful radical leftist Ned Lamont And I think one of the big issues over there in Connecticut because I know the region well is the economic condition of the state Bob I'm sure you remember people who used to escape New York to go to Connecticut to get away from the confiscatory tax rates but now it's people are escaping Connecticut too Well yeah we've got a real shot I ran against governor Lamont in 2018 I was a Republican candidate we lost by 40,000 votes on 1.3 million votes cash And I'll tell you Dan the environment for Republicans here in Connecticut is infinitely better than it was four years ago We've got government between parents and their kids telling them what they should teach their kids about sex education and everything in kindergarten We've got out of control crime and to the point you mentioned our economy is just it's the second worst in the U.S. We've got very high inflation We got the highest utility rates in the continental U.S. We have to second highest taxes in the nation And my goal is exactly what you said bring it back to what Connecticut used to be and the downhill started when Connecticut put a state income tax It was supposed to be temporary It was supposed to be 2% Now it's 7% and people are leaving Connecticut the first chance they can get but I think we've got a good chance to turn it around

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Let the Wave Begin Today

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:07 min | Last month

Let the Wave Begin Today

"We've lost our ever loving minds. And I feel like this election is not just a said this in the first hour. I feel as though it is not just a governmental statement like, hey, we want better policies. I think it is a desire to elevate people who are going to try through legislation and their own example in their own logic and their own bully pulpits. To try to just retrieve some level of sanity? One of the most important Americans speaking and writing and talking today and making appearances is Matt Walsh on Twitter, I guess, as Matt Walsh blog, and he went out to he was somewhere in Wisconsin. And of course, was viciously protested because when I was in college, a 112 years ago, college campuses were hotbeds of free speech. They were places. That was where you went to hear all sides of something so that you could make up your mind. All sides were welcome. I was actually at the university of Maryland during the Carter administration. And fresh off of Watergate. So my heavens, there were all kinds of opinions flying thick and fast. We had just extricated ourselves from Vietnam, so all kinds of opinions were flying thick and fast. And it was great. It was wonderful. And this is what Democrats used to care about a variety of opinion. Welcoming all voices to the table, no more, no more. And I think this election is somebody said, not long ago, who thought we'd wake up one day and the Republicans would be the cool people fighting for free speech and battling to let all voices be heard, and the Democrats would be the jerks and the fascists trying to shut people down. Who thought that would happen? Well, it has. And maybe this election is a response to that as well. Let the wave begin. And if there's early voting where your state is, then go be a part of that wave to day.

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Dinesh Interviews the Attorney for Oath Keepers' Founder Stuart Rhodes

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Dinesh Interviews the Attorney for Oath Keepers' Founder Stuart Rhodes

"Guys, there's a huge trial going on the oath keepers trial and I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast Ed tarpley, Ed's a criminal defense attorney from Louisiana. He's practiced law there for 42 years. In fact, he served as the district attorney in Louisiana from 1991 to 1997. He's one of the attorneys on the team representing Stuart roads Stewart Rhodes, the founder of the oath keepers. And welcome to the podcast. Thanks for joining me. A lot going on. I know in the courtroom and thanks for taking the time to step out and give us an update. How in your assessment is this trial going? And where is it at what stage are we at right now? Yeah, let me just say, first of all, that it's a pleasure to be on the podcast today. As you know, the local court rules prohibit me from discussing the evidence that's in the case that we have to be careful not to run astray of violating the local court rules. But there are many things I can tell you. First of all, I can say that we think the trial is going well. That we have an outstanding team of attorneys working on this case. I'm representing Stewart roads along with Bill linder with Phil lender and James Lee bright from Dallas, Texas, to outstanding lawyers, we have the other defendants, Kelly maggs has Stanley Woodward and Julie Halle from Washington, D.C., Ken harrelson, has Brad guy from New Jersey. Jessica Watkins has a Jonathan Chris from Pennsylvania and mister Thomas Caldwell has bay Fisher from Maryland. So we have a lot of outstanding attorneys on this case and we have a great camaraderie and rapport with each other. So I just think we have an outstanding team in this trial on behalf of the defense.

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Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Trump for testimony on Capitol attack

AP News Radio

01:08 min | Last month

Jan. 6 panel subpoenas Trump for testimony on Capitol attack

"The house January 6th panel has taken an extraordinary step in its final public hearing before next month's elections We must seek the testimony under oath of January 6th central player Vice chair Liz Cheney and the panel voted unanimously to subpoena Donald Trump He is required to answer for his actions Chair Benny Thompson acknowledges it's a serious action which is why the panel voted in public It came at the end of a hearing featuring vivid previously unseen video Can you get the Maryland National Guard to come to Senate chief Chuck Schumer and other top lawmakers calling for help during the riot There was also information about what tipsters told the Secret Service about extremist groups coming to Washington Their plan is to literally kill people Adam Schiff says the agency and the president knew there would be violence all the while Elaine luria says Trump kept up his big lie His intent was to deceive To stay in power by any means directly leading to the assault Sagar Meghani Washington

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Prosecutors drop charges against subject of "Serial" podcast

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Prosecutors drop charges against subject of "Serial" podcast

"Prosecutors are dropping charges in the murder chronicled in a hit true crime podcast Maryland prosecutors had 30 days to decide whether to retry the case against adnan syed the subject of a 2014 podcast cereal said was formally released in Baltimore on September 19th after 23 years in prison when circuit judge Melissa Finn ordered his conviction vacated states attorneys argued and Finn ruled prosecutors violated their legal obligation to share evidence about say its location and other potential suspects in the killing of syed's ex-girlfriend hayman Lee that could have helped him bolster his defense attorneys for Lee's family have said prosecutors did not reach out and they want to know what information was held back The Baltimore sun reported and defense attorney Erika Sutter confirmed the charges have been dropped I'm Jennifer

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Tudor Dixon: Gretchen Whitmer Wants to Get out of Michigan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Tudor Dixon: Gretchen Whitmer Wants to Get out of Michigan

"Know these states tutor their competitive now I'm broadcasting from Florida I love I've lived in three states New York Maryland and Florida This is my home It will always be my home Governor desantis down here he just gets it I mean he's made a priority out of making people's lives better by bringing high paying prosperous jobs down here I mean we have defense industry moving down here The place is just exploding I mean almost so much so that it's hard to find property They're building on every piece of dry land down here but we've still managed to maintain a Second Amendment rights good voter integrity down here that does Gretchen Whitmer not get that that people are just going to leave if you hiked their taxes and make it hard to do business What is she just not care I don't think she's planning on staying in Michigan I think she's planning on running for president and getting out of Michigan And like I said she was trying to get out of Michigan during the pandemic But you also have a great advantage over Michigan You have a governor that's honest You have a governor that comes out and says I'm going to have a tax holiday And then actually does it We had a governor who came out and said we should have a school supplies tax holiday Announced it And that did nothing A governor who ran on fixing the roads and they've actually gotten worse while she was in office A governor who told people whatever you do don't go to Florida and she had actually just gotten home from Florida That's why we're in this situation People don't trust scratch and Whitmer and she doesn't have a good economic plan for the future That's why companies aren't coming here and we're losing population What she's done to Michigan has been devastating And I can't even imagine what another four years without a reelection in her future could mean for the state of Michigan

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"maryland" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"maryland" Discussed on WTOP

"Maryland's earned income tax credit. We know that when families get cash or get financial support, it has an immediate and positive impact in so many areas. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Money new is a 25 and 55. A request by Ben and Jerry's to block parent company Unilever sale of the ice cream brands Israeli business is set to be heard by a New York court today. At the heart of the case is what power has been in Jerry's independent board has in practice, given a unique corporate government governance arrangement, Unilever granted when buying the brand. Unilever announced the sale in June following a backlash over Ben and Jerry's decision last year to no longer sell its products in Jewish settlements in the West Bank and parts of east Jerusalem. Friday's jobs report showed strong job growth, but Jeff claw says a lot of Americans are stringing together more than one paycheck. More than 7 and a half million Americans reported having multiple jobs in July 4 million working a full-time job in a part time job, 1.6 million stringing together two part time jobs and 400 to 1000 people reported working two full-time jobs. Men and women working more than one job are split equally. Coming up here on WTO P, President Biden is heading to flood ravaged eastern Kentucky today, where more rain is in the forecast, also police in Albuquerque, New Mexico believe a string of murders of Muslim men may be connected. It's 8 56. You could say big when you bundle your home and auto with progressive, but when we just come out and say it, it feels like it falls a bit flat, so we're gonna sink it. We're singing words now. We'll even

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"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Hi, CJ at nice to nice to talk to you. CJ, your mother's filled the sandwich quite a bit of details, but it sounds like you were one of the main engines to drive to drive this overturned, this mask overturned unprecedented unprecedented sent by this funeral house. Tell listeners the steps that you took to build to build this so called army of phone calls. What did you do? So I have reached out to all of the friends and fellow patriots that we have worked with in Montana fighting back against the unconstitutional mass mandates and flathead valley and all of those fellow patriots and Friends that we have met over the last year of fighting back kind of rallied around us and started spreading it out and through those contacts it's social media. I found other national. Patriots and Facebook groups that are trying to do what they can to stop the unconstitutional mass mandates, the tyranny that is happening. And they all rallied around us. There were a lot of prayers. The court was the help of a friend. We were able to get a newspaper article published and that went that was also sent out to all of the. Mostly conservative newspapers and in Maryland. And was posted on their Facebook pages and we just spread the word. We utilized all the social media that I had access to throughout the operation and it all started with a small group of friends that we had accumulated over the last year fighting back and forth at valley. And I want listeners to, again, remember that these two ladies put this together and what is essentially less than or just about 24 hours, so a call to action scene to a great level of success. And CJ, where would you, what where do you want this message to go? What do you want listeners to walk away with after this? What I'm calling a victory. I think the most important thing is that you have to stand by your beliefs. And you have to fight for them, even if it goes against popular opinion or popular belief about what you shouldn't shouldn't do. I think it's also important for people to realize that you need to get out and know the people in your community. You need to fight back. Make sure that your congressman and women and your legislatures may know you. They know your voice you have to keep talking. You have to make your voice heard and not be afraid to speak up. You know, you can not be afraid of a confrontation. You can't get realized that way. You have to be willing to stand up and fight for your beliefs. And in this case, with a lot of support, it worked. And I just hope that people can hear this and know that there's a lot of support out there if you get up and make the first step. CJ, do you think that you sent a message to this to this director? You've certainly sent a message. You think you've made an impact that this person will ponder? I don't know about that person. I would like to think that there is a small group in Maryland because it's a largely liberal community, but I like to think that the people that rallied around Justin Maryland that share the same hopes and beliefs that we do can take this and move forward with it and help with the fight in Maryland. And maybe this is one small step forward to fighting the larger battle and making sure that we stay free. And what is in your own words, CJ? What is your country experiencing here? What's happening to your country? What's this larger battle? So it's like turning into a communist country. We are being told to do things that we are not wanting to do in Maryland right now. They reinstated the mask mandate. And just recently, we tried to go and find somewhere, even a grocery store that we could go and get some food in for our space. And after all of the phone calls, nobody is willing to fight back. They're all afraid of this fine of these health inspectors of health department of the police coming. You know, you know what, what are they going to do if they come? Let them come. And then, you know, the other piece that I think also needs to be mentioned is that they're all under this belief, but it's a law. It is a mandate. It is not a law. They are two very different things, and people need to understand the difference. And when to fight back, you know, the lady that I called to try and get into a restaurant, she said, well, there's no arguments about this. It's a firm. You've masked up, or you don't come into the store. And I'm like, okay, but you realize that you do not have to follow this. It is a mandate you can fight back. And she's like, well, the sign is on our window. It's law here. I'm like, that's not a law. They don't understand the difference. And I think the ignorance of what has happened in our country is the detriment to all of us because they don't know how to fight back. They won't take the chance of time to learn. If you pull up, the Maryland constitution and states that you have the right, a God given right, not a government given a God given right to the pursuit of life and happiness. You have the God given right to breathe fresh air with something over your face. Yeah, very well said. And I commend the bravery of both both of you before we go back to your mother gene I'd like you to leave some closing comments from closing thoughts about this experience. If you've lost you've lost a loved one, your brother, but there's some highlights to this trip and those are those are obvious at this point. What are some closing comments that you'd like to leave for listeners, CJ? I think first off, I want to, I want to make sure to thank all of the people that rallied around us and supported us and helped get the message out and who called nonstop to the funeral home to help fight for us to have the ability to go in and see my brother for the last time and say goodbye. I think it's important that people need to wake up. It's not trying to sit back and be complacent and think that it'll never happen because it is happening. And we need to wake up and we need to fight back. We need to be unified behind one idea. And the idea is that we're free, we are a free people. We are free because that is a God given right to us. Yes, well, sir, thank you, CJ. Let's get some closing comments from your mother please and please CJ keep up. Keep up the incredibly good work that you're doing and.

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"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Their mask mandate. Yes, we did and it wasn't just me. My daughter is very proficient with computers and Internet practices. And she kind of got on her little Facebook and her social pages. She put out what was happening. We had people from Nebraska from Kansas from Montana, Tennessee, Texas, pretty much most of the states around here on the east side and the west, kind of scattered a little but these people were supporting us because they believed in what we were fighting for. They thought that I was doing the right thing. They stood up behind me to help fight this unjustness that our country seems to be trying to force on people that they don't want to have done. So with this with this victory, you were able to enter the funeral home. Actually, before we talk, talk about that experience gene, you entered the funeral home without a mask, did you exchange any dialog with the ownership of the house? The funeral home? My whole family walked in there without a mask. We walked back to the funeral director and they called us back to get ready to have the viewing or the they called it the identification process. Of my son, he came the funeral director came out and asked me to step back in the room for a second. He needed to talk to me. And he stayed to me that what I please have my family stopped calling the funeral home and telling them that they should let this mother see her son for the last time before he is gone. And he asked me to have those phone calls stop because they're annoying. I went back out in front and I told my daughter and a couple of people. What he said, and I told him, I said, that's not just family. That is people from around the country that do not believe in what you are doing, they do not believe that the government has a right to tell them what they can and can not do to hide their face behind a mask. So that can make other people feel comfortable. And gene was this individual masked when he was when he encountered you? Yes, he was masked and also the other fella. That was a proprietor also. They were both masked. Your victory here small echoes because what I think it does, Jane is it gives other people that agree with you. It gives them a model to follow. It gives them hope. It gets encouraged. It gives them strength. Where where are you going from here? You've unfortunately lost your son. But there's a very strong victory in here is a very bright glimpse of hope for Americans, constitutional Americans, people that love their freedom. You're sending out a strong message of hope and courage and a victory. In a very minor battle, but again it echoes. Where do you see this going from here? What would you like this to go from here? Gene. Uh, well, I'm going to be going back home soon. After I get arrested from that long drive and recoup a little bit from losing my son, I'm going to go back home and I'm going to fight a little bit harder. I'm going to try to make people realize that it's not about putting this mask on to bow down to other people so that you can do things. I had a friend and she said the thing that I'm proud of you about is that you stood by your convictions, you may not have gotten to see your son for the last time and say goodbye. But you did not go down. You didn't change your mind. You stood on your convictions. You did not put on a mask and you still fought and was able to see your son. Yeah, as a matter of fact, I don't know anybody else. Out there that has done this Jane if your daughter's close by to you and she'd like to comment, she's free to do so. Is she there, Jane? Yes, she is kind of always by my side, helping me put things out that she's very tech savvy. So she does my computer work and she's very into her social platform. She has a lot of influence and connection with patriot groups around the United States. We had people as far over as Texas all the way to the east coast in Maryland people were we have a people's rights group that we contacted that we belong to in Montana. I contacted them and they gave us names of people that may be in Maryland. So we contacted the group leaders of some of those people's rights groups and the lady got back to us and she started a call to action for the Patriots here in Maryland and she got that started on this side. Our people and Montana got together and started theirs and we wound up with a foundry and everybody that saw this that saw the ad that was written by a writer that we have they started calling them the funeral home. They called all night. Left messages because they stopped answering the phone due to the overwhelming response to what my daughter had put out on her social media. So Howard springs is a quarantine and encampment in Australia where people that are suspected of carrying the so called virus or are carrying the virus or sent to quarantine for 14 days, they're put into small cubicle type houses, they're given parameters that they can cross without masks. I'd imagine Jane that that type of thing could certainly happen in the United States. If it's not for people like you, pushing back against a government overreach, let's get some comments from your daughter, please. Have her identify herself and let's get some comments from your daughter, please. Okay, hold on here, she is..

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"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"I'll just vaguely say, Rome, what are the Gregorian calendar, we are approaching a new year folks. And rightfully so, we just got through the winter solstice and celebrated what is the massive Christ so depending on your religious stance and likely regardless of your religious stance that was a holiday that you honored and celebrated so congratulations. I'm sure it was hopefully it was nice. Enjoyable. Catch a Tony lions. It's the recent episode. Tony Lyons of mind Tony Lyons is the CEO of skyhorse publishing and he has recently published Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s latest work and that is the real Anthony Fauci, and he addresses Bill Gates in that publication as well. Yes, RFK junior taking direct aim at Fauci fraud. Likely I will be headed to the state of Arizona again here in a couple of weeks. I just returned. I was recently in Dallas and recently in Phoenix. And it looks like I will be returning the Phoenix and possibly an outside chance possibly in Pennsylvania here in the next couple of weeks as well for a really a great, solid announcement. If you're a Republican. And I typically don't care who's what Democrat republic doesn't make any difference to me. Constitutional allies is what is important, so that's what that's what is important to me. We have a breaking story. There's a breaking story out of Montana, excuse me out of Maryland. And this is important to me because folks it's the little battles. It's the little battles that we win that push this regime back and by the way of regime, I'm saying that these masks and these vaccine mandates, these are simply weapons in the communist arsenal to take over the country. They've already infiltrated the government on many levels. The Department of Education is simply one of the military branches are another the entire economic system is highly suspect and in question and in fact, Anthony sabatini, which and even Mark Fincher might have Arizona, sabatini and Florida, these are two American politicians that have openly called for an end to the Federal Reserve Central Bank, because folks it is a European bank that is not an American bank, and it is nothing new to the history of this country. These European banking ties predate the constitution prebate predates declaration independence, and I have more of that information written up on my website. He attracted a combat. Let's bring in now gene Howard, a dialing gene Howard and let's hear her story. She's got a really quite remarkable story fighting a mask mandate. I bring in gene Howard. This number, if using robo killer to screen their balls, please say your name and the purpose of your call, and I'll try to connect you. Okay, fine. Ian. Thanks. Let's see if that works. Gene Howard ladies and gentlemen. Okay. Jean, are you there? Okay, let's Jean was expecting expecting me to die from a different number. So let me just let her know that I'm calling from a different number. So sending this person a message now to let them know that. I was calling. Yep, I got the right number. So we just just wait for the reply. And this is folks this is really an incredible story about fighting a mask mandate. Okay, let me try it again. Try this again. Okay. Try this again. And. Let's see if this goes through. Do we get the robo call screener here? This number, if using a pillar to screen their false, please say your name and the purpose of your goal and I'll try to connect you. Ian discussions of truth. Thanks. Let's see if it's what you see this goes through. Hello. Gene Howard, ladies and gentlemen, gene. Your phone from Maryland. How are you today? I am a little down and out. So gene tell listeners, go ahead. Gotta tell listeners what you're a Montana resident, you live in Montana, and you have made your way recently to the state of Maryland, brave, soul you are, and you've sent some waves, some shockwaves upon your arrival. Tell listeners exactly why are you in Maryland? Why did you leave Montana? Why are you in Maryland and what are you doing in Maryland? I took a three day drive to put my son to rest to pass away early Christmas Eve. Unexpectedly. My condolences in and I'm sure listeners send their condolences as well. The funeral home, which was viewing your son, gave you a bit of a battle. Explain, explain what you encountered with this funeral home, Jean. I my ex-husband was here. He came in also from Georgia that is my son David father and he was mostly dealing with getting everything set up for David to be taken care of and he came and called me the day after we got things situated with the funeral home and said that the funeral home expressly stated that if you did not wear a mask, you would not be allowed in for our viewing. So he called me on the phone to make sure that I understood that. And when he told me that, I got a little. You could say angry.

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"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Of skyhorse publishing and he has recently published Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s latest work and that is the real Anthony Fauci, and he addresses Bill Gates in that publication as well. Yes, RFK junior taking direct aim at Fauci fraud. Likely I will be headed to the state of Arizona again here in a couple of weeks. I just returned. I was recently in Dallas and recently in Phoenix. And it looks like I will be returning the Phoenix and possibly an outside chance possibly in Pennsylvania here in the next couple of weeks as well for a really a great, solid announcement. If you're a Republican. And I typically don't care who's what Democrat republic doesn't make any difference to me. Constitutional allies is what is important, so that's what that's what is important to me. We have a breaking story. There's a breaking story out of Montana, excuse me out of Maryland. And this is important to me because folks it's the little battles. It's the little battles that we win that push this regime back and by the way of regime, I'm saying that these masks and these vaccine mandates, these are simply weapons in the communist arsenal to take over the country. They've already infiltrated the government on many levels. The Department of Education is simply one of the military branches are another the entire economic system is highly suspect and in question and in fact, Anthony sabatini, which and even Mark Fincher might have Arizona, sabatini and Florida, these are two American politicians that have openly called for an end to the Federal Reserve Central Bank, because folks it is a European bank that is not an American bank, and it is nothing new to the history of this country. These European banking ties predate the constitution prebate predates declaration independence, and I have more of that information written up on my website. He attracted a combat. Let's bring in now gene Howard, a dialing gene Howard and let's hear her story. She's got a really quite remarkable story fighting a mask mandate. I bring in gene Howard. This number, if using robo killer to screen their balls, please say your name and the purpose of your call, and I'll try to connect you. Okay, fine. Ian. Thanks. Let's see if that works. Gene Howard ladies and gentlemen. Okay. Jean, are you there? Okay, let's Jean was expecting expecting me to die from a different number. So let me just let her know that I'm calling from a different number. So sending this person a message now to let them know that. I was calling. Yep, I got the right number. So we just just wait for the reply. And this is folks this is really an incredible story about fighting a mask mandate. Okay, let me try it again. Try this again. Okay. Try this again. And. Let's see if this goes through. Do we get the robo call screener here? This number, if using a pillar to screen their false, please say your name and the purpose of your goal and I'll try to connect you. Ian discussions of truth. Thanks. Let's see if it's what you see this goes through. Hello. Gene Howard, ladies and gentlemen, gene. Your phone from Maryland. How are you today? I am a little down and out. So gene tell listeners, go ahead. Gotta tell listeners what you're a Montana resident, you live in Montana, and you have made your way recently to the state of Maryland, brave, soul you are, and you've sent some waves, some shockwaves upon your arrival. Tell listeners exactly why are you in Maryland? Why did you leave Montana? Why are you in Maryland and what are you doing in Maryland? I took a three day drive to put my son to rest to pass away early Christmas Eve. Unexpectedly. My condolences in and I'm sure listeners send their condolences as well. The funeral home, which was viewing your son, gave you a bit of a battle. Explain, explain what you encountered with this funeral home, Jean. I my ex-husband was here. He came in also from Georgia that is my son David father and he was mostly dealing with getting everything set up for David to be taken care of and he came and called me the day after we got things situated with the funeral home and said that the funeral home expressly stated that if you did not wear a mask, you would not be allowed in for our viewing. So he called me on the phone to make sure that I understood that. And when he told me that, I got a little. You could say angry.

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"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Coming in with a special edition here. It is a Thursday. It is Thursday December 30th. Approximately 36 hours. Left to the new year. Gregorian is at the Gregorian calendar new year. So according to the according to what I'll just vaguely say, Rome, what are the Gregorian calendar, we are approaching a new year folks. And rightfully so, we just got through the winter solstice and celebrated what is the massive Christ so depending on your religious stance and likely regardless of your religious stance that was a holiday that you honored and celebrated so congratulations. I'm sure it was hopefully it was nice. Enjoyable. Catch a Tony lions. It's the recent episode. Tony Lyons of mind Tony Lyons is the CEO of skyhorse publishing and he has recently published Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s latest work and that is the real Anthony Fauci, and he addresses Bill Gates in that publication as well. Yes, RFK junior taking direct aim at Fauci fraud. Likely I will be headed to the state of Arizona again here in a couple of weeks. I just returned. I was recently in Dallas and recently in Phoenix. And it looks like I will be returning the Phoenix and possibly an outside chance possibly in Pennsylvania here in the next couple of weeks as well for a really a great, solid announcement. If you're a Republican. And I typically don't care who's what Democrat republic doesn't make any difference to me. Constitutional allies is what is important, so that's what that's what is important to me. We have a breaking story. There's a breaking story out of Montana, excuse me out of Maryland. And this is important to me because folks it's the little battles. It's the little battles that we win that push this regime back and by the way of regime, I'm saying that these masks and these vaccine mandates, these are simply weapons in the communist arsenal to take over the country. They've already infiltrated the government on many levels. The Department of Education is simply one of the military branches are another the entire economic system is highly suspect and in question and in fact, Anthony sabatini, which and even Mark Fincher might have Arizona, sabatini and Florida, these are two American politicians that have openly called for an end to the Federal Reserve Central Bank, because folks it is a European bank that is not an American bank, and it is nothing new to the history of this country. These European banking ties predate the constitution prebate predates declaration independence, and I have more of that information written up on my website. He attracted a combat. Let's bring in now gene Howard, a dialing gene Howard and let's hear her story. She's got a really quite remarkable story fighting.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"That's a nice one and you look at this roster. Brown Turner Johnson Perez, Jones, crutchfield, like that top 6, what did you say? 6 players. That top 6 players may be the best mix in the country, and especially if you're going up against a little bit of an injured Maryland team. Definitely has a chance to win, but you know, I do want to see them kind of show me like not just, don't just win it. Like you're saying, don't just win it, play really well at the same time. Exactly. I think I'm with you, though. I think I'm more interested in this Indiana Stanford game. Because I know mostly what Marilyn and NC state are about. I'm not sure what Stanford in Indiana are about in terms of getting in terms of the final four this year. How does that Stanford was great last year? But they have been very up and down. They just stuck by Gonzaga and they didn't have Haley Jones in this game. Haley Haley Jones did travel to The Bahamas, I believe. Bahamas, yeah. Yeah. Oh wow. Michelle Smith just a read and tweet about Haley Jones and said, it took Stanford 19 hours to get from Spokane where they were playing to the palmas. So we need some people. What you got to get off that plane and go right to the beach and decompress. Yes. I mean, at least they're in a beautiful place, so. Yeah. It's not bad again. Next year we will be at this at this tournament. I swear, I swear it will be. It will be in Paris too for the Olympics. Those two things. We will be in Paris. That's for her out. Next year, you know, guess that little bowl step ups. Step ups. So courtside. Courtside beachside next year first. That's right. Let's do that. But Indiana, I don't know. I mean, I didn't come into this year thinking I'd be having Indiana as a top top team. Because you saw what they did last year and they were really good, but they were a step below, I'd say. A step below those teams at the top of the pack. This year, at least in the game against Kentucky. And then there are other games so far. They've looked really good. They do have 8 people to win against quinnipiac. I did not see that game. If someone continue what happened, let me know. I just saw the sport. I love their mix of seniors of veteran leadership and how they can speak to you in a bunch of different ways. So Indiana to me, do you see this team as a final four favorite right now? I think they have what it takes. I love that Mackenzie Holmes is doing what she's doing on the interior and grace burger too for that matter. I mean, she has been phenomenally consistent. But Ali patberg, I mean, that's where they hang their hat with what she's able to do. I mean, she's in her 8th season. She's 25. She has the experience, but Terry Moore, I mean, no one talks about her enough and what she's been able to do with this program. I mean, the only team in the Big Ten last year to make it out of the sweet 16. I mean, there are four teams of sweet 16, and they were the only ones to get to the elite 8. So I mean, they've done it with defense. And I think that's been most impressive to see. But, you know, like you said, I just think they're flying under the radar. But those are the teams that can come back and bite you as the dark horse, you know? And I think with 5 returning starters, they know one another so well. But I think for them to continue to do well in advance. I mean, their second team is going to have to come in and really do great work. Yep. No, I think, you know, we'll see. Again, this is a game. As I mentioned, when we started talking about this, this is a game where we're going to find out a lot about both these teams. In a way that don't think hasn't happened in Maryland NC state. Whatever happens in that Maryland NC state game, I'm pretty sure both those teams can be there in the final fours. I think my answer for ealer Stanford or Indiana will depend on how they perform this weekend. Not just in this game. Just remember, it's not a tournament, but it's like everyone's playing each other. So we're going to find out a lot about it. About those teams. So that's Thursday. That's your pre Thanksgiving. You know, your pre Thanksgiving breakfast? Yeah, don't eat breakfast, you see. Yeah. The only breakfast just wrenching in basketball. And on Friday, when you have your Turkey hangover, I think this Missouri state for dream tech game is going to be interesting and the same way as this Indiana game that we're going to find out a lot more about Virginia tech because this is a team that is a dark horse to me in the ACC to win it to win that conference. Elizabeth Lee has been awesome. Missouri state is going to be their biggest test of the early season. So we're going to find out if they can hang with the team that's been to the tournament been there done that has a program that has been further than Virginia tech has ever been. Yeah. So I'm really, really interested in that one. I'll read you off a couple more and then you give me your reactions. So we got Stanford, South Florida, San baha mar tournament going to be awesome. Let's see here, the other ones are on this only on Friday, Jesus Christ. All right. Saturday, we got my Miami hurricanes against Indiana. I'm not sure how it's going to go for us. We haven't Marilyn we have Maryland Stanford at three p.m.. It's going to be awesome. Michigan, Mississippi state, at four 30, Jesus, guys. We need a.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"Looking. They just kind of have like a similar posture her camera like they do have a similar imposture and seem to bring in an interesting energy. To that group. And we obviously could talk about Maryland all day. But we should stop at some point because we have a lot of time to talk about this team. I think they're going to big heights. And where is he? We're going to know a lot more about them by the end of the week. Yes. Or not, depending how you feel about these injuries. So we'll see where they are though. I think they got a great coach. I will see them in March, be the team that they are, but if they can come through this stretch here without two huge players to them and possibly a third without diamond, we're talking about the best team in the country, rather than one of them. I didn't want to mention Baylor just really quick, as I mentioned, Jordan Lewis and Sarah Andrews really impressed me. Melissa Smith excellent, as you mentioned, there's like 8 scouts from the WNBA there. And they were there. Hey, there's a lot of great players on the floor. They were all there for the show. They all came for the show. And queen agbo is nice. I think they're, you know, first off, they're getting reset new system. And second off, I just think there's kind of it's not the perfect mix for winning in March. And we'll see but I think they certainly have a chance in the big 12, and I think that Texas bailout game this year is probably going to decide where what's going to happen to them. And I'm looking at their schedule now just to make sure there's not any other huge games that have Michigan on the 19th of December. I don't know what kind of torment that is. Maybe your cat knows that. I know. I was Dewey's having seen a song, sorry about that. So yeah, they have Michigan, the Michigan's obviously going to be a huge game, but they have some time to figure it out. But did you see anything from Baylor that that should make me a little bit more confident of what their mix is going to be when it comes to march? Yeah, I think they're still ironing some things out under Nikki Collin and what she brings. I mean, she's one of those basketball supplants, Gabe who studies the game. I was learning. I was taking notes talking to her, you know, prior to the Marilyn Baylor game just on her philosophies on defense in particular and some of the reads on pick and rolls and what they call it and why they call it that. I mean, honestly, had like the actual notes. And I was asking her questions. I was like, okay, the game is coming up, but tell me again on the spectacle. And they're like, what is that called? And she was telling me all this stuff. And it was really fun, but she's just one of those people that breathes and lives the game. And I just love talking to her. And I love that she's taking this challenge of going to a team that has won three national titles and a perennial tournament winner in the big 12. So you know, for them coming into the Maryland game, I know the last 5 years. They have led the country and defensive efficiency. And I know that that's going to take some time to get back to because yes, you have two of your starters back from last year's deep postseason run. But at the same time, you have a new coach that's coming in with a new way, a couple of new words, terminologies are a little bit different. So I think it's just going to take them some time to iron out what Nikki Collin expects from them, but boy, what we saw on Sunday was pretty darn good because oh my gosh, absolutely. And I think, you know, they're missing three starters from last year's team and they still came in seamlessly. Under new direction, you know, less than ten games into the regular season. So I still think it's hard to quantify what they're going to look like. But I think the sky's the limit just because of what they look like against Maryland and the adjustments in game that they were able to make and they made a strong run at the end. And it was just tremendous game. So I'm excited to see what Baylor continues to look like moving forward because it's not just about Melissa Smith. I mean, they have balance. They have three point shots. I know Brenda free says this is the most in terms of volume of threes that we've seen from a Baylor team in a long time. So I think you're going to see some really good inside outside balance from Baylor this year. We've seen a lot of inside prowess over the years for that program, but I think now you're going to see a little bit of both. Yeah, no, it's going to be really interesting. It's also like Nikkie Collins getting used to the college game. I think I'll remember if you were Sloan said it, but she had mentioned that she had rarely seen zones in WNBA. And now it pretty much every game in college you're seeing it, you're having a zone thrown at you. And so those types of adjustments take time, not just for the players, but for the coaches. So I'm sure they'll look better. Just a little concerned about just how much is around Melissa Smith because you're right, it's not just about her, and Jordan was awesome, as I was saying, but just kind of, you know, how can you get the ball down to your are you taking good threes? Are you able to get those stops when you need it? Like, it has to come together for me first before I believe in the steeler team being like a national title contender. But certainly the talents there certainly the coach is good and certainly they have way more potential right now to get better because it gets all those things we mentioned. You want to talk about South Carolina. You can't do. I do. I do want to mention any other podcast on women's basketball starts off as South Carolina you come. Not this one. That's right. The talking Maryland, whatever. Let's get stuff going. Because we were courtside for the Maryland game. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, also, it's very predictable on our podcast that we would talk about Maryland first. Where do you be friend DMV folks, but this game was awesome. 73 57 South Carolina wins, they hold Yukon to three, one, two, three points. In the fourth quarter, as the lowest point total, we have recorded in D one this year. I believe I forget what our stat was. I will look it up as we were talking. But wow, wow. I mean, you know, I.

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"maryland" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Ended up with Boyd. And the rest of history. Let me stop you here because I would love to not click with a horse that I rode through intermediate. Okay, thank you. You know, just didn't click. I only got three intermediate. Oh my God. Wouldn't that be the nice thing? I know. I know. I do. She doesn't do such a good job. She's amazing. Yeah, I do love the Facebook post that went around that is a picture of the Maryland crab into the water, which just is the most it's exquisite art. And it says unbelievably it's like, here's hunter riders. I'm not sure how my horses are gonna respond to the yellow flower boxes. So I'm gonna scratch that class. Meanwhile, an eventing land, I'm gonna need you to swan dive over the Godzilla crab into the watery grave..

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"maryland" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

The Audio Long Read

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

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"maryland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on KCRW

"Maryland. Fresh garlic onions make a little more framers. Here's how Charlie Chan is learned to make his pandemic job work. He puts up a new menu online, which is shared through a wee chat group. Customers have until Sunday night to order Mr Chan gets organized and starts his prep on Monday. The rest of the week. Starting at 8:30 A.m.. Each day he and his helpers by 11 30, he begins to pack up all the food you see, today is not too hot. So normally like to how we're going to put ice boxes, but not too hard. I put a dry as back for the cold dish inside first. Delivery is the most personal part of the process. Mr Chan drives to each customer's house and hand delivers his meals. Sometimes drive up to an hour away from the kitchen in Rockville today is like a Maryland, mostly Montgomery counties. From the I think that gay December of Germantown to the service spring So today, probably taking me to three hours. Mr Chan is happy that restaurants are reopening. But he still misses his customers at the World Bank Cafe, seeing them during the lunch hour rush. I love them. They love me. They love the food. Charlie Chan says that until that happens, he'll just keep delivering stir fried squid and bok choy, hot pot chicken, even whole steamed crab. To all who crave is cooking. Uh, did someone give him our address? The explosion of the space shuttle challenger was one of those. Where were you when moments from history? We have a report from the flight Dynamics officer that the vehicle has exploded. What appears to be a major catastrophe in America's space program Challenger only seconds after leaving the launch pad, according to NASA has exploded in mid air. No word yet on if there are any survivors that was from CNN on January, 28. 1986 All seven members of a truly diverse and interesting crew of human beings died, including the first only member of NASA's teacher in space project. Kevin Cooks new book considers the glittering lives cut short in what turned out to be a fatal error to launch on a freezing cold Florida morning, his book The burning blue. Kevin Cook joins us now from North Hampton, Massachusetts. Thanks so much for being with us, Scott. It's good to be with you today. Let me begin with But this one How should that flight have been launched at all on that morning? It should not have and there were weren't it warnings There was a great deal of schedule pressure coming from NASA. There were 14 more shuttle launch is scheduled for 1986. There was a great deal of pressure to get the bird in the air, as they said on a school day, preferably because teacher in space Christa McAuliffe was going to Teach lessons from orbit. This was in part, an attempt on NASA's part to restore rekindle interest in the subtle program that had become a little bit routine, especially since Sally Ride made history in 1983. When the engineers were telling them do not launch this flight. The engineers were putting their Their careers at risk by saying so, and one of their bosses said it's time to take your engineer's hat off and put a managerial hat on. An assortment of of truly appealing individuals on board the challenger and I regret we can't focus on all of them. The first Jewish American in space, the second black astronaut The first Asian American and Buddhist in space. Let me ask you about Ron McNair. He was Physicist and a gifted saxophone player. And as far as I know, the only astronaut I could smash a concrete block. I think he was. This is a good thing to do Do if at parties even if you are an astronaut Ronald McNair was not only Nasa's premier flying laser physicist, but he was as you mentioned saxophone player who gigged with touring bands when they came through Houston and also there's Dr McNair, with his bare hands smashing to concrete blocks, and he could explain the physics of it. Let me ask you about Jr. Judith Resnik, first Jewish astronaut. She was a remarkable person, Uh, she was the smartest person in the room practically any room. She was a concert level pianist who chose not to go to Juilliard. Because electrical engineering was more practical. She was a remarkable person who also recognized the difficulty that her crew mate Christa McAuliffe was having with the fairly elementary Math that she needed during her training and became Christa McAuliffe's unofficial tutor. They became friends they couldn't have been more different. Some of the hardest sections of Of the book to read Explorers with the last two minutes and 45 seconds might have been like because apparently the crew survived the explosion. That is really a key part of the book. To me. It was something that I did not know when I set out on this process. I think Like most Americans, I imagined that They died instantly in the conflagration that we saw in the sky. The fire that we saw over Cape Canaveral on the 28th of January in 86 was the giant external fuel tank exploding. And the crew compartment that held the seven astronauts remained intact and the crew did not die instantly, and what killed them was striking the water at 207 MPH. The evidence is clear that there were seven personal emergency air packs that the astronauts had three of them at least. Were activated after the fire in the sky that we saw that left that awful pitchfork in the sky. There were switch is thrown on the flight tech afterward, an attempt to save the crew and the mission. But one thing that I was able to find about those two minutes and 45 seconds is that as the crew compartment fell It was trailing umbilical wires that had connected the crew compartment to other parts of the ship and poignantly and bizarrely enough. Those wires acted like the tail of a kite. And rather than spin, which would have put the crew members out of consciousness on immediately, it flew more like a kite more directly down, as aviators say, trimmed in flight on the way down to the impact with the Atlantic. There has been a Real growth of women in science. That kind of a recognition of the contributions of Christian McAuliffe. And for that matter,.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"This because it is important to keep this in mind. When looking at the greater overall picture of the colonies at the beginning of the sixteen ninety s this is further evidence against the argument of some greater unified fight for independence during the era and rather supports the position that the colonies are still very much divided in separate entities. The evidence suggests therefore that the reaction to the glorious revolution was not some grand unified event in the colonies but rather was a pragmatic response to the individual grievances of each separate entity. Ultimately the hope result of rebellion would be realized however that would not come until sixteen ninety one in august of that year baltimore. His rights to maryland stripped the colony was given a royal governor and operated essentially like new york in this fashion. The events of codes rebellion would prove to be successful. You chief his objective baltimore was gone and the colony was no longer to be dominated by a catholic minority for william and mary. The events by cooed provided a convenient excuse to consolidate colonial power in north america and continue what had been a prevailing trend since the time of charles the second which was doing away with the proprietary colonies thus far in our exploration of the glorious revolution musing rebellions throughout all of new england. We have seen. Jacob leisler seized power in new york and then of course. Today we spent our time in maryland. Well this does give a picture of uprisings that spread throughout the entire colonial stricture north america. That really isn't true. In fact the rebellious that we have talked about are all that there really were well. Confusion rumors understandably spread throughout all of the colonies. We fail to see any other organized resistance. Either for or against agents of the english government biondi sense of uncertainty. There was little in the way of reaction either in the carolinas or in pennsylvania. In virginia there was likewise no reaction which is a bit more surprising on its surface. Virginia continued to deal with a faltering economy and the english had not done much to endear themselves to virginians dream big rebellion on its face. Virginia had a lot of reasons to want to rise up as it happened in new england. York and maryland and take advantage of the opportunity. So why didn't they well. It is impossible to state why a greater rebellion failed to form in virginia. It is theorized that the reason may simply be the following beacons rebellion and.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Provisions. That kunsman would be allowed to return home. A molested could win for more broad sweeping changes. The biggest change was that the catholics in maryland would be barred from all civil and military offices. This is an absolutely studying move in that it was going to essentially purge out the entire executive government and what effectively in the colonies time is being a nominal catholic colony of course pragmatically speaking. Nothing was surprising about this. Turn of events. We've talked at length today that the colony's population was vast majority who were anxious to purge out the minority. Catholics as was the style at the time and making dissecting all of this a bit easier between july sixteenth and the august for surrender couldn't as men have the chance to justify their actions in the form of a written document that'll the declaration of the reasons and motives for the present appear in arms of their majesties protestant subjects in the province of maryland. The attack in the declaration was in many ways predictable. The declaration spends a significant amount of time complaining about the catholics in the colony with the glorious revolution being based largely on the fears of james the second launching a catholic dynasty in england and maryland beat a catholic colony. It was a logical place to attack. They pointed out that the governor was an irish papist after setting this up. Nicely point out that there hasn't been the slightest hint that the colony was going to declare for william and mary anytime soon. Smartly the rebels would write the following allegiance here by these persons under whom we suffer is little talked of other than what they would have done. And sworn to his lordship. The proprietor for it was lately owned by the president himself. Openly enough in the upper house of the assembly that fealty to his lordships was allegiance. And that the denial of the one was the same thing with refusal or denial of the other in that very oath of fealty that was that imposed under the penalty and threats of banishment. There not so much as the least word of intimation of any duty faith or allegiance to be reserved to our sovereign lord. The king of england. This is actually a pretty great move on their part. The paragraph does two primary things. That would have gotten william and.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Religiously the two men were aligned with each other james. The second was also interested in getting rid of proprietary government and installing royal governments throughout the colonies following the exclusion crisis. The name of the game had become reasserting royal power throughout the entire english. Proprietary governments worked against that end and in the eyes of the king gave far too much power to individuals. James the second. What nice efficient administrations of the colonies and the best way to accomplish that in was through the use of royal colonial governments. Tensions continue to rise following baltimore's appointment of the irish catholic william joseph as governor of the colony upon his arrival joseph brought with him a decree from england that only high quality tobacco could be exported. The hope back in england is that by exporting only high quality tobacco it would help to drive up the demand however for the colonists maryland that become dependent on producing super bowl tobacco. This was another devastating blow to the economy by the latter half of the sixteen eighty s. The economic situation in the colonies was becoming untenable. Bright as grievances against the colonial government were beginning to mount drain the latter half of the sixteen eighties. The proprietors in maryland did have reason to be worried. It's not theoretical that. Hey james the second mike come for us because james the second was indeed coming for them. It april of sixty to eighty seven. The king did order that equal around. Toby drafted against the maryland. Charter the second. Such were rondo of the decade for james. The move made complete sense. He wanted to transition maryland to a royal government. And by this time in maryland itself. Baltimore was having an increasingly difficult time controlling the angry rabble from the king's perspective baltimore was not going to prevent a rebellion in the colony. What purpose did he still have to the crown. The war on failed to gain much traction as james the second was completely consumed with its by the time the document was ready during the summer of sixteen eighty eight by.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"All of the major positions on the colonial council to the colonies catholics. The problem with this was is that maryland really was not a catholic colony reality with the vast majority of the population be made up of anglicans while the governor and the council remained firmly catholic is the representative. Assembly was just that representative. That means that the assembly was largely protestant basing off against the catholic executive like they're close neighbors to the south maryland also had to deal with an increasingly depressed at situation on top of all of this as mentioned a moment ago maryland was subject to all the same hardships that they felt down in virginia. The navigation acts had done a lot to depress the price of tobacco. It was the farmers who really felt the pain from these cuts. As suddenly it had become much harder to survive at a subsistence level. What you end up with their for is a me. That in the midst of an economic depression is being controlled from a group that inouye meaningfully represents the colonial majority. The first clash came in sixteen sixty nine when it was suggested that in order to better reflect the will of the people that the colony becoming more representative body this would lead to a listing of grievances being filed regarding the increasingly arbitrary actions of the chief proprietor and the council unamused by this development rather than conceding to the necessity for at least minor reform deep proprietors decided to dig in their heels and further restrict the vote changing it from all the freemen to all the free holders. This change meant that. The tenant farmers who made abasing different portion of the population. Now back to say entirely this is to say nothing of the constant attacks on the borders by the local indian tribes recall that drain. The lead up to begins rebellion. In virginia. there was a whole lot of finger pointing between the virginia and maryland militias as to who actually led to the slaughter of the susquehanna people.

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"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the united states episode three point one the glorious revolution in maryland. Welcome back to our third season of the podcast. When we left off last season when you just watched the entire new england world explode as the dominion of new england rapidly collapsed. The second season of this podcast had largely been the story of the growing pains of are still young colonies. No longer fighting to get onto their feet. The question of the colony solidly shifted to the relationship with the greater english empire as well as their exact rights as englishman inside of that empire. Now before we go any further. I want to point out that this is going to be the standard warning for the first episode of this podcast. If this is your first time listening to this show. I really do encourage you to jump back to last season's review episodes. Well i always will encourage you to listen to the entire show. You're going to get the best bang for your buck. that way. Listening to those two episodes should at least help ensure that you have some idea of what. I'm talking about moving forward this season we are going to move the story. Forward all the way to the end of the french and indian war what we wrap events we are going to be sitting on the precipice of the lead up to the american revolution next season so season four will be the season where we get to the revolution this season. We are going to see less turmoil than we did. In our last season at least up until the french and indian war of course however we are still going to see those questions of the rights of the colonists linger as the colonies continued to grow and develop. I think likewise it is going to be important to remember that during the time period that this season will cover and generally i am talking about the latter half of the season we are going to begin to see some of the biggest names of the revolutionary era being born. What we discussed this season is going to be the world that the founding fathers of the united states were.

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"maryland" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"maryland" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The Maryland Resurrection Cemetery in Prince George's County, Maryland, Mount Olivet Cemetery in the District of Columbia and ST Mary's Queen of Peace Cemetery in southern Maryland. Nissan Studios K A. V H Honolulu available everywhere with the I. Heart radio out now number one for podcasting, K. H. G. H, and I heard radio station into the New year. I'm Rich Dennison, Fox News President Trump and President elect Joe Biden delivering messages to Americans as the New Year begins in a video posted to Twitter, President Trump touted progress on Corona Virus vaccines. Years from now they'll be talking about it. They'll be talking about this great, great thing that we Did personal like Joe Biden. His wife, Dr Jill Biden appeared on the Jumbotron in New York City's Times Square on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve. With Ryan Seacrest on ABC has never been a single thing America's been unable to overcome, no matter how drastic it's been. The dueling messages came is a president elect prepares to assume office in 20 days boxes. Rachel Sutherland in Washington, The top commander of Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, says his country is fully prepared to respond to and Military pressure from the U. S. The Iranian general spoke today ahead of the first anniversary of a U. S drone strike in Baghdad that killed a top Iranian general. The US recently conducted B 52 bomber flyovers and Senate nuclear submarine into the Persian Gulf in response to what Trump Administration officials described as the possibility of an Iranian tack on the anniversary on Sunday. Least in Minneapolis ever released body camera footage from a deadly shooting in the city's south side in a felony traffic stop Wednesday nights. Body camera footage shows the suspect, a 23 year old Dolo et did trying to flee officers smashing into their cars as Minneapolis police blocked the suspect's vehicle in it appears the suspects glass breaking outwards. Police say he shot first officers returned fire..

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