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Fresh "Maryland" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"At 1228 Traffic and weather on the 8th and to Mary de pompa in the traffic center All right dad thank you very much We're going to start out in Virginia no matter where we start the big scheme for the most part most roadways are doing well but we're going to reference your hotspots and remind you to get the app you can check out everything more in depth But right now the beltway both directions in fairfax trying to exit to 66 to go westbound only a single lane on those ramps a delay each way 66 both directions passing near 50 and fairfax works on said to be on the right side eastbound 66 out of centerville before the fairfax county Parkway again work blocks the right 95 they are working again southbound passing the fairfax county Parkway blocking a right lane easy pass express lanes just pointed south down Big stories on the beltway in Maryland We have the crash on the inner loop it's slow from about branch avenue to get the four 14 center the roadway remains blocked with the crash officials on scene they were working to get it out of the travel lanes and they did it Now they've moved the crash to both shoulders and camera and following their car in front of you there the delay hopefully will dissipate This is just before the lanes divide for the through and local Outer loop of the beltway is still a little sluggish passing 6 50 New Hampshire avenue but our listen to Williams says they cleared that work or Renee thank you They cleared that work and everything to the shoulder Northbound two 70 local lanes we still have the left side block past montrose red exit four crash cleanup brought to you by AP W health plan remind you it's countdown to better health You have one week remaining to enroll to enroll visit a PW dot com slit then click open season together better health married to pump a WTF traffic And our forecast from Lauren ricketts low to mid 50s for daytime highs today is clouds continue to increase throughout the remainder of the day We'll have some rain showers after about 8 p.m. tonight just a few passing light showers.
Dan Bongino Takes Bo Jackson and Joe Montana Any Day
"To before the whole kneeling fiasco I was a huge NFL fan I like the Raiders and I'd watch the ravens when I was in when I lived in Maryland But if you asked me say you're putting together a team today right And you have these you're omnipotent You have these powers You can pull of the best running back on the best day of his life to put together a team and you can get that guy a new team right now in that condition right So I'm just talking about you're putting together a team of football team and you're given the opportunity to pick a running back from any point in time at his best point in time ever Who do you pick Do you pick Barry Barry Sanders You pick Eric Dickerson Adrian Peterson And my answer is no It's not I pick Bo Jackson Bo Jackson Monday Night Football Seattle Seahawks I've never seen anything like it in my life Never Never seen a guy Why are we bringing this up You're probably asking 'cause Jim yes miss birthday today Or tomorrow How old is he 59 Our bed Bo Jackson could probably still run in the NFL today even with his hip even when he said Peter he was not amazing I have never seen anything like it in my life Now I get it I get mocked a lot for these opinions I said I take Joe Montana over Tom Brady Oh you're crazy but no in 1986 Joe Montana I'll take him any day He's my quarterback Bo Jackson's my running back I'm just saying I'm just throwing that
Washington beats Wilson, Seahawks 17-15 for 3rd win in a row
"JD JD McKissic McKissic scored scored twice twice while while Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke threw threw for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and a a score score as as the the Washington Washington football football team team won won their their third third straight straight with with the the seventeen seventeen fifteen fifteen win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks make make kids kids a a college college ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass in in the the also also on on a a ten ten yard yard touchdown touchdown run run the the football football team team improved improved to to five five and and six six and and is is now now in in the the NFC NFC playoff playoff picture picture Heinecke Heinecke says says it's it's been been a a collective collective effort effort I I really really starts starts those those guys guys up up front front offensively offensively office office of of line line if if they they don't don't get get a a lot lot of of credit credit but but let's let's let let these these last last three three weeks weeks have have been been phenomenal phenomenal Russell Russell Wilson Wilson led led the the Seahawks Seahawks on on a a ninety ninety six six yard yard drive drive late late hitting hitting Freddie Freddie Swain Swain with with a a thirty thirty two two yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass but but Wilson's Wilson's two two point point conversion conversion pass pass was was intercepted intercepted by by Kendall Kendall fuller fuller Greg Greg heist heist Landover Landover Maryland Maryland
Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?
"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,
Brady picked off twice in 1st; Bucs lose to Washington 29-19
"Taylor Heinicke threw for two hundred fifty six yards on a twenty yard touchdown pass to the Andre Carter as the Washington football team upset the Buccaneers twenty nine nineteen Washington intercepted Tom Brady twice in the first quarter but he did manage to throw two touchdown passes his second one to Mike Evans brought the books to within twenty three nineteen early in the fourth quarter Heinecke then led Washington on the nineteen play eighty yard drive in ten minutes and twenty six seconds for the final touchdown for offense to have the ball there ten minutes left up by four and to go nineteen plays and go down there and and and and it's like that's huge for us especially with how it's been going last for weeks Antonio Gibson scored on a pair of one yard touchdown runs Craig heist Landover Maryland
Thorne, Walker help No. 8 Michigan State beat Maryland 40-21
"C. F. P. number seven Michigan state state in the big ten title race by thumping Maryland forty twenty one Payton Thorne threw two of his four touchdown passes to Jayden reed for the night and one Spartans four six and one in the conference Kenneth Walker provided one hundred forty three yards rushing and two scores after entering the game as the nation's leading rusher thorn was twenty two of thirty one for two hundred eighty seven yards including a fifty one yard scoring strike to monitory foster the Spartans close out the regular season conference schedule against Ohio state and Penn state as we try to stay in contention for CFP semifinal berth I'm Dave Ferrie
79-foot Christmas tree arrives in New York City's Rockefeller Center
"New York City ushers in the holiday season Saturday with the arrival of one of the world's most famous Christmas trees in Rockefeller Center crowd cheered as the seventy nine foot Norway spruce was set up in the plaza Devon prices family donated it it's the first time a tree it's come from Maryland since the tradition began eight decades ago Rockefeller Center chief gardener Eric Jose founded while scouting Christmas trees just stood up and looked absolutely gorgeous the lighting ceremony is set for December first Julie
COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US
"Cobit nineteen hospitalizations are up in parts of the western and northern U. S. because of the contagious delta variant virus trends are improving in places like Florida Texas and other southern states but covert nineteen is spreading north and west heading into the winter as people go indoors close their windows and breed stagnant air in recent days a spike was reported at a college in Vermont link to Halloween parties and a Boston elementary school had to close in Michigan the metro Detroit area is considered a hot spot with nearly four hundred coalbed cases and hospitals are overwhelmed in New Mexico and Colorado health officials are lamenting how many people are no longer wearing masks and how many people chose not to get vaccinated Dr Donald Milton at the university of Maryland says we're going to see a lot of outbreaks in unvaccinated people that will result in serious illness and will be tragic I'm Jackie Quinn
Tax Foundation Website Lists Top Marginal Rates by State
"The combined federal and state top marginal income tax rates for each state under the Democrat Bill prepared by the tax foundation website by the way Here are the rates New York 66.2% California 64.7% New Jersey 63.2% Have I 62.4% Washington D.C. 62.2% Oregon 62% Minnesota 61.3% Larry Hogan Republican governor state Maryland He wants to be president at this clown 60.4% Vermont 60.2% Now in Kansas they massively increase the income tax under a Democrat governor It would be 59.6% in Kansas Delaware 59.3% So let's stop there for a moment One two three four 5 6 7 8 9 ten 11 12 So 11 The 11 top states tenor Democrat one has a Democrat governor who rammed this through Then we have Kasich Was the governor of Delaware for some time Excuse me They governor of Ohio for some time 59.1 percent Wisconsin 59.1% Mitch McConnell's Kentucky 58.9%
Neil Parrott Talks About Campaign for Western Maryland Secession to West Virginia
"Blue states like Maryland which have these blood red counties full of real genuine patriots and people who love liberty and their families and God and kneel there just tired of it man they're pissed off They're just like I've had enough of this communist crap Can we have a place where people can respect their civil liberties You're not going on a lot of doors in western Maryland The story was about them talking about seceding from the state into West Virginia and candidly Neil I don't blame him No Dan you've knocked on board two And I've heard it for all ten years that I've been a state delegate People are tired They would like to just be able to leave the state And now there is a proposal to go to Washington We're talking with the state Senate president in Washington and their Speaker of the House and they would like to have us there They're actually going to do a vote so we wrote a letter and said we'd like to go to West Virginia And it is the pent up frustration of not being represented from liberal analysis And really being just kicked to the side many issues but some of them are second in the rights We don't have good secular rights in Maryland but of course West Virginia does Taxes are way too high in Maryland compared to estrogen It was higher And stay here They wouldn't have to leave if we were part of West Virginia When you look at school they just passed thankfully the center of Patricia they have the most school choice Bill in the entire country right now We'd like to see that in western Maryland as well And of course the safety and schools when you look at what's happened to Virginia with this transgender people are boys are going to the girls bathroom in a salty people That can happen in Maryland We pass bills to allow that to happen But West Virginia doesn't do that And in fact they said if you're going to have girl sports biological boys not going to be allowed to compete to grow sports at West Virginia That are some of the things that people in western Maryland would like to
The complicated road ahead for the Justice Department and Steve Bannon
"The house is expected to vote later today to hold trump adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for refusing to answer questions about the January sixth insurrection if the house does find Steve Bannon in contempt for defying and investigative committee's subpoena it will still be up to the justice department to decide whether to prosecute the trump adviser the stakes are enormous and huge Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin serves on the January sixth committee he says Bannon's testimony and records will be key how was this plant how
Terry McAuliffe Wants to Turn Virginia into Maryland
"So here's my call Go ahead Huge differences Kate in this campaign I'm for raising the minimum wage to 15 bucks and for paid family medical leave I'm for paid sick leave All right So he wants the state taxpayers To pay for paid family leave and he wants the small businesses to raise the minimum wage He wants to turn Virginia in Maryland And what's going to happen here is I already see it as people are leaving this state This state is changing It's becoming an appendage certainly the northern part of the state of the federal government Where you have a combination of federal contractors federal bureaucrats and big tech AOL has a massive presence In Northern Virginia in fact 80% of all Internet traffic flows through loudon county Virginia believe it or not You see these massive windowless massive windowless buildings Several football fields long one after another after another after another Sure the communist Chinese have been targeted that But that's what this election is about in Virginia too Fundamentally altering
"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..
Sinclair Broadcast Says It Was Hit by Cyberattack
"Sinclair broadcast group says it suffered a data breach and is still working to determine what information the data contained the company said it started investigating the potential security incident over the weekend and identified certain servers and workstations that were encrypted with ransomware it also found that certain office and operational networks were disrupted data was also taken from the company's network the Maryland based company owns and or operates twenty one regional sports networks and owns operates and or provide services to a hundred and eighty five television stations Sinclair said it currently can determine whether or not the data breach will have a material impact on its business operations or financial results I'm
Hail Mary Saints: Winston has 4 TDs, Saints beat Washington
"Janus Winston threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and four touchdowns as the saints came away with the thirty three twenty two win over the Washington football team Winston connected with Marquez Callaway on to the scores including a hail Mary on the last play of the first half which covered forty nine yards Winston also hit Deonte Harris with a seventy two yard strike Alvin Kamara rushed for seventy one yards and caught a touchdown pass Antonio Gibson scored twice for the football team off Taylor Heinicke was intercepted twice Greg Heister Landover Maryland
Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17
"On homecoming weekend the number seven ranked Ohio State Buckeyes beat down the visiting Maryland Terrapins sixty six to seventeen the first eight offense to drive through high state resulted in eight straight touchdowns Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud was superb totaling four hundred six yards passing and four touchdowns but to make it really helped me in the model line does a great job of keeping publicly she was a great job of crazy separation ties are great are blocking a person's original one basketball will I mean I just have to do my job my part senior wide receiver Chris Alabi piece together seven receptions a hundred twenty yards and two touchdowns on the day including an incredible thirty yard touchdown catch in tight coverage midway through the third quarter Ohio state's defense also contributed their fourth consecutive game with the pick six Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio
No. 5 Iowa forces 7 turnovers in 51-14 rout of Maryland
"Spencer Petras threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more as fifth ranked Iowa blasted Maryland fifty one fourteen at College Park Tetris was twenty one of thirty for two hundred fifty nine yards while shredding Maryland suspect secondary the five no Hawkeyes intercepted tali a ton of I. low at five times and outscored the Terrapins thirty one nothing in the second quarter turning the game into a laugher Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz some of those big plays all the games I could've seen that problem none of us expected if there goes on a great job protecting the football on us will present our guys and it was a team effort guys up front putting pressure on all that kind of I. lo had only thrown one interception all season while leading the big ten in passing yards the Terps finished with seven turnovers overall four in the second quarter I'm the ferry
Maryland newspaper gunman gets more than 5 life prison terms
"The man found guilty of the shot gun killings of five people at the capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis Maryland has been sentenced to life without parole the assault was one of the worst attacks on journalists in U. S. history in June of twenty eighteen Jarrod Ramos hunted down staffers of the capital Gazette's newspaper office a jury found Ramos criminally responsible for killing Wendi winters John McNamara Gerald Fishman rob Hyson and Rebecca Smith and today and Anna Rundle county judge sentenced him to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole the judge was crystal clear that Jarrod Ramos should never be allowed to walk out of prison ever state's attorney and cold blooded spoke to reporters he regretted not being able to kill more of the victims capital Gazette photographer Paul Gillespie says the sentencing doesn't erase the pain that someone wants me everyday Montana winters Geimer is the daughter of windy winters the person that took her from us will never breathe freedom again I'm Jennifer king
Maryland newspaper gunman who killed 5 to be sentenced
"A man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper is scheduled to be sentenced today for one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in U. S. history prosecutors are seeking five life terms in prison without the possibility of parole for Jarrod Ramos in twenty eighteen he walked into the capital Gazette in Annapolis with a shot gun and opened fire Rabal shoes Maryland's version of an insanity defense to plead guilty but not criminally responsible prosecutors say he acted out of revenge against the newspaper after it published a story about his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of harassing a former high school classmate prosecutors said is long with tiki list planning for the attack which included preparations for his arrest and incarceration proved she understood the criminality of his actions I'm Julie Walker
Biden Regulary Targets Republican States, Passes on Democratic States With Low Vaccinations
"Neither President Biden or pass sake have been critical of Illinois, Michigan, Nevada and North Carolina or their Democratic governors, for quote lowered vaccination rates. On the other hand, just sent this in Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sparred with the president a number of issues but especially in the subject of Covid and how best to balance the public health challenge It represents. Whether the priorities let me make this as clear as I know how I don't know. The single governor in this state is anti vax. As I've said over and over again, you can be pro vaccine and anti tyranny. The Republican governors, most of them with the exception of the governor of Massachusetts, in Maryland, I guess Our anti tyranny, Pro vaccine anti tyranny. In Florida is a massive state. Texas is a massive state. And they're actually doing very, very well. It's also notable national review that vaccines have proven resilient and preventing hospitalization and death amidst the Delta variant outbreak. Breakthrough cases have been far more common since it supplanted the original viral strain is the most common in the U. S and a press conference. Yesterday, the Santas noted. That at Broward County site where anti body doses are being distributed 52% of the patients and a whopping 69% of the patients over the age of 60. Have been
"maryland" Discussed on Quarter Miles Travel With Annita
"To help me tell the stories. I asked alex sing. Museum narrating manager at the maryland center for history and culture in baltimore to come on bo at and join me as we sort out the details of what happened during this time in maryland to give them this nickname here. I asked alex to start at the beginning. And tell us how it all happened here. So it's kind of an interesting story so the nickname is attributed to the american evolution and the old line. It really is talking about the first incarnation of maryland. Line or the recommends that fall in seventeen seventy five and then primarily at the battle brooklyn on august twenty seven seventy six so really kinda comes to that specific battle battle brooklyn so at this battle. It's one of the early battles of near pollution. The the continental army is on a long island in the brooklyn area. And the british are advancing in a kind of go round the Kind of go to the side of the fruits are attacking them on the heights on your brooklyn and there are about three to five hundred maryland. Soldiers who attacked the advanced attack mentioned british multiple times. And that allowed. The primary american forces on the hypothetical one is to escape to the american defenses in brooklyn brooklyn heights. And so in that about two hundred and fifty six marylanders killed or captured which one fourth of the regiment So it was his major early action. Where american soldiers kinda showed bravery and washington supposedly said good. God what brave fellows. I'm listening to this day. And then he later said that the maryland line the efforts for an hour more precious to american liberty than any other. So really come from that battle brooklyn how the name becomes a state. Navy is not really clear because it was only in conversational language. In the early nineteenth century in eighteen fifty six maryland senator reference the maryland line. He said the old maryland line on eighteen fifty seven. The old maryland line was referenced. As a unit rather than old like parentheses old in the end parentheses maryland line it was later referred to eighty seven s parentheses old that line and parentheses but then like by the twentieth century became for businesses and so the first written heck's that we know of maryland being to as the old line state came in nineteen twenty nine with matthew page andrew in his book a history of maryland province state. So that's kind of the first written text and then it was later adopted as the as state name so so when we say line We're talking about a line of soldiers not an extra line that would be on a map. That differentiates like one. St from another state right so so in that term line is going to be a regiment or regimen of soldier. So yeah the the. The old line is referring to. First incarnation of maryland liner. The maryland regiments during the american revolution. The soldiers who fought this story certainly map the understated alex. If you share some information about the war and about the soldiers who fought from the maryland line as well as manage soldiers who fought another area. Yeah so what's interesting is maryland. Is heroin balls. But they're actually major fighting in maryland. So it's kind of interesting when you're the involvement but there are a lot of really cool stories that came out of maryland during the revolutionary period. So some of the earliest soldiers who are seeking boston's seventy five our from maryland and basically congress saying well we need to raise up basically rifle writing so people who leaving backwoods people who know how to hide and be able to who are sharpshooters. And the places you're gonna find those. We're going to be the backwoods of or the western counties of pennsylvania maryland. Virginia so early on you have maryland rifleman being set up to boston But the maryland regiment that fought at battle brooklyn they became fairly well. Known were always put his like the vanguard toward washington. Trust them to to make sure that you know bake did their job But as the as the revolutionary forces are retreating through new jersey. Seventeen seventy six. B maryland regiments are just getting decimated just a from People leaving from injuries from people being killed in battles but into there weren't very many marylanders who crossed the delaware in december. Seventeen seventy six. The famous washing process in delaware. There weren't very many marylanders there but was really cool is as the british advancing new jersey. They're heading towards philadelphia. Which is the capital being thirteen colonies at that point and the congress philadelphia and they come to baltimore and they basically setup at henry tavern but after washington crossing the delaware continental congress realizing that are we wanna reprinted declaration of independence again. A you know things are kind of turning our way. So we wanna have some kind of want to celebrate it so they reprinted declaration of penance and they had printed whether names on it. But what's the coolest thing about. That is the contract with a printer. Her name is mary. Catherine got her. She is a printer. she's the first postmaster female postmaster general baltimore in. She's the only woman to appear on the declaration of independence. But which really fascinating about it is if you look at what she normally prints she would only put indicate writes her initials on our last name. But on the declaration appendi- she puts her entire for me so she understood the significance of this moment. And so when you look at it when you look at the goddard print of it you can see her name at the bottom saying printed in baltimore by mary katherine goddard. So it's such a fascinating story and one where we look at it and we're like we know. Why did that where we think we should get that. Because of the significance of debris printing and the names at the end and she's also putting yourself at risk because if the american revolution bales not only were the seniors to be tried in hain. Mary happening would also be tried. And as a traitor So that's a really really cool story about the american revolution. Maryland and throughout the war troops are going north and south passing to maryland. All the time in seventy seven The british sail up the chesapeake to go up to a in a land at the head of elk which is in maryland in march two brennan wine and the maryland troops are sent for their south and they're almost again decimated at the battle of camden where they lose about a third of their man but then they they distinguish themselves again a battle cow pens and that is kind of one of the last. I don't say the last major battle of that marilyn. Welcome in but it's it's one of the big moment towards.
"maryland" Discussed on The Audio Long Read
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"maryland" Discussed on The Audio Long Read
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"maryland" Discussed on The Audio Long Read
"My name is tom meany. I'm the author of the article. Your listen to. I reported this piece and edward litvak in the summer of two thousand and fifteen required a fair amount of travel. I visited new york at his home in the suburbs of washington dc at his amazonian farm in bolivia the article was not meant so much to be about let fact demand himself but about peculiar kind of temperament a temperament the projects total coherence wisdom and a sort of confidence verging megalomania. I think we tend to find is kind of temperament more commonly in the art world or in religious settings right academia. But it's rare that such a person. A person with what i think is fundamentally literary persona not only moves comfortably in the defense policy in military contracting world but thrives in it so the articles in some ways as much about the environment that allowed to exist as it is about that himself. Now if i were to conduct yourself criticism of this piece i would say it doesn't deal enough with lead. Vox formation in the culture of the cold war. The construction the prosecution of the cold war by us policy elites created a substantial demand for the kind of prophecies the fach and other academic warrior thinkers like herman kahn alfred. Wall center and later francis fukuyama were able to abundantly supply. The peace has been criticized for assigning. Hlavac translate store qualities to that. I can only counter that. I think that there are some very complicated sense of some human qualities that have had a remarkable endurance across time. It's more of the historical conditions change and how different societies value in handle such qualities. I must say that. I enjoyed myself and let fax company because he makes such a herculean effort not to be boring since. I wrote this article. The trump administration in kind of hail. Mary gesture appointed to a position on the defense policy board. Which is basically a sinecure left that claims to have refused the offer. But it gives you some sense of his current political currency. He tells me that he recently signed a contract to consult on strategy for the biden administration.
"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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"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.
"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"With baltimore. Suddenly looking a lot more vulnerable. It was under john cooed. That an association of arms for the defence of the protestant religion was formed in maryland by sixteen eighty nine cooed had a long storied history of being opposed to and in the crosshairs of lord baltimore cooed. At one point during the early sixteen eighty s during the exclusion crisis found himself arrested for treason though. He was eventually acquitted. The meanwhile baltimore still continue to hold off for making any kind of official proclamation of his allegiance to the new king and queen. I have seen a few potential explanations for the delay including that baltimore may have been waiting to hear whether or not parliament was going to recognize william and mary. However beyond speculation there is little actual evidence to explain why lord baltimore was taking his sweet time about things by the time mitchell. I had rolled around. Baltimore still had made no formal recognition of the new monarchs. Now despite all this. It is interesting to note that the proprietors actually had done a pretty good job of keeping the information of what was going on up in new england new york out of the colony. The evidence suggests that the cleanest really word. Pretty unaware of the revolts that spring that swept through the former dominion holdings by the middle of july sixteen eighty nine. The protestants were more than ready to declare their allegiance to william and mary regardless of what the proprietor wanted to do on july sixteenth could along with followers marched on seeing mary but then capital of maryland. Much like with the information regarding why baltimore wooden. Just put himself to william and mary evidence as to why july sixteenth was the date that it all boiled over his likewise lost to history. It is possible that they were motivated by news. That colonel william digs was working towards. Fortifying government buildings for a possible protestant insurrection. If this is true cooed at his men may have decided that if they were going to ever strike. This was their moment. Wait any longer. And the government forces would be able to better protect themselves and ultimately making any such move would become impossible either way underlie sixteenth. Sixty-nine couldn't company made their move. 'em march danzig. Mary's during the march to the capital kuce. His numbers grow to several hundred. Arriving at the state house it briefly appeared that koopman were going to attack them in under the command of digs however digs men saw the approaching army and decided they were just not that interested.
"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.
"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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"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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"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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"But why do we have? We don't need it, but we have it as a deterrent is like we do everything else. Because other countries that hate US or other threats. You know that we face have chemical weapons I mean it's documented. It's it's like why do we have the nuclear triad I mean do we do? We need nuclear missiles that are able to be deployed by land, sea and air, probably not, but we have meant as a deterrent. That's the way other countries. Yes, because if if they take out one form of launching, we have enough. In the ocean alone to annihilate the planet God knows how many over right God knows. How many based missiles? We've got everywhere You know we don't just have them. In the US everywhere, land, space and airmen. They asserted the seals. Are So let's get into some of the experiments, so must we. Unfortunately, it's part of the episode, so yeah yes, Sir! The edgewood arsenal human experiments took place approximately nineteen, forty eight to nineteen, seventy, five at the Medical Research Laboratories, which is now known as the US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense. At the area Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland, the experiments involve at least two hundred and fifty chemical substances, but focused mainly on mid spectrum incapacitates such as LSD. TC Derivatives Bendel Dia Pan. which is the I can anti shaking it? Call it, you know it keeps you from and make a lot of soldiers taking if during high tense situations, Gotcha, but yeah and busy around seven thousand US military personnel in one thousand civilians where test subjects for almost three decades. He concrete result of these experiments was that busy was weaponized. Deployed according to DOD. FAQ The edgewood arsenal. Experiments involved the following quote. Rough breakout volunteer hours against various experimental categories and quote an independent study course for continuing medical education produced by the US Department of Veterans Fares Health Effects from chemical biological radiological weapons published October two thousand three presents the following summary of the Edgewood arsenal experiments renewed interest led to renewed human testing of the Department of Defense, although ultimately on a much smaller scale, thus between nineteen, fifty, seventy, five about six thousand, seven hundred twenty soldiers took part in experiments, involving exposures to two hundred fifty four chemicals conducted at the US army laboratories at edgewood Arsenal Maryland. Congressional hearings into these experiments in seventy, four and seventy five resulted in disclosures notification of subject s the nature of their chemical exposures and To compensation for few families who subjects who had died during experiments sleep. Oh He's experiments were conducted primarily to learn how various agents would affect humans which I said earlier. Yeah, that's that's why they did. They got to see what it does to see how they can use it. against. Other agencies including the CIA and Special Operations. Division of the Department of the army, were also reportedly involved in these studies, only a small number of all experiments done during this period, involved mustard, agents or lewisite. Records indicate that between nineteen, fifty, five and nineteen, sixty five of the six thousand seven hundred twenty soldiers tested, only one hundred forty-seven human subjects underwent exposure to mustard gas at edgewood seen a mustard gas. They already know what that does to people. Well. You Know I. Guess they had to test the man or thorough. I guess then. There ain't no getting over that. Gets in you long's it fries, you bronchial tubes. You're done. Yeah! Oh, yeah, yeah, you're done cheese unless you're Hitler. Who was? Exposed to it, but somehow lived. Esther I know according to the Nineteen eighty-four NCR? Review human experiments at the DOD's edgewood Arsenal involved about fifteen hundred subjects who were experimentally exposed to irritant and blistering agents including. Gas PS Gas Adam site, other ocular and respiratory tins and mustard agents, for example for nineteen,.
"maryland" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Today Maryland announcing that it's April twenty eighth primary will also move to June second governor Larry Hogan is taking some of the country's most serious steps to enforce social distancing all schools restaurants movie theaters bars engines have been closed in an effort to stop the spread of the virus restaurants however can still offer carry out delivery and drive thru services more from Annapolis and I want to begin by addressing the upcoming April twenty eight elections in Maryland I have two main priorities keeping Maryland are safe and protecting their constitutional right to vote yesterday we announced the gatherings of more than fifty people are prohibited statewide and it wouldn't danger public health to allow thousands of people to assemble and places like schools and senior centers which are already closed under the state of emergency and it would put Marylanders at risk especially the poll workers and election election judges most of whom are retirees and in the most vulnerable population therefore I am issuing a proclamation to postpone the April twenty eighth primary through June second well that's from governor Larry Hogan of Maryland a reminder today is primary day in Arizona Illinois in Florida the results in a contest between a senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden the results will be posted on our website at C. span dot org throughout the evening and into tomorrow morning there are more than eight hundred cases of the virus in New York City alone Mary buildup Lazio saying he is advising residents to prepare for the possibility of a shelter in place within the next forty eight hours and in Albany New York governor Andrew Cuomo admitting it will get worse before it gets better the quote unquote experts and by the way there were no the nominal experts in this area they're all using the same data that the virus has shown over the past few months in other countries but they're extrapolating from that data the expected peak is around forty five days that can be plus or minus depending on what we do the they are expecting as many as fifty five thousand to one hundred and ten thousand hospital beds will be needed at that point that my friends is the problem that we have been talking about since we began this exercise you take the fifty five thousand one hundred and ten thousand hospital beds you compared to the past city of fifty three thousand beds and you want to stay in the challenge that from governor Cuomo in Albany earlier today now some context on what we're facing based on the reporting at politico dot com this headline before trump's inauguration a warning the worst influenza pandemic since nineteen eighteen some of the details seven days before the president took office his aides facing a major task the rapid global spread of a dangerous virus in cities like London and Seoul when serious enough that some countries were imposing travel bans during this January twenty seventeen briefing trump administration officials were told second pandemic would likely lead to circumstances such as shortages of ventilators and that a coordinated national response would be paramount according to documents obtained by politico of the trump administration officials present during that meeting sixty six percent are no longer in the White House the full story at politico dot com for weeks the president has tried to minimize the virus indicating that it was under control it was simply wash away but today he changed course and made this pronouncement saying he knew it all along I think I mean I've seen that where people actually liked it but I didn't feel different I've always known this is a this is a real this is a pandemic I felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic or you have to do is look at other countries I think now it's an almost a hundred and twenty countries all over the world no I've always used it is racism is no different yesterday from days before I feel the tone is similar but some people said it was well of course they statement from the president is in sharp contrast to what we've been hearing from the president in recent months The Washington Post putting this audio compilation together a solid flu vaccine you don't think that would have an impact on much of an impact on corona now we are I think doing a very effective job you know we have thousands or hundreds of thousands of people that get better just by you know sitting around and even going to work some of them go to work but they get better com has to become it'll go away.
"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"It is not until sixteen fifty eight. That claiborne is kicked off the island for good as an interesting side. Note Virginia. Continue you to officially hold the position that the island was their territory right up until seventeen seventy six after Baltimore seized Kent Island in Sixteen thirty five the call it is there were going to want their do representation in the legislature however due to the location on the island getting to the assembly at Saint. Mary's was difficult about a practical level. This leads the colonists on the island who said a representative to put forth their interests instead of them trying to personally make it to the assembly. This of course really had become the story across the colonies we see representative assembly spread throughout the colonial United States. As we move on in our story. Sorry we are going to continue to see the growth and evolution of the representative form of government. which eventually is going to accumulate in the continental congress? Interestingly interestingly in this case one of the first acts we see past and one that Baltimore intelligently wasn't about the veto wasn't oath of loyalty towards Charles. The first the concern in England is that the Connie's were going to become a haven for radicals which is something that the Maryland contests hoped to avoid. I mentioned this because we are obviously looking for trends here. That are going to explain the road to the revolution however this does as a reminder that in these sixteen forty s independence just isn't and something that was on their radar. As was the case in Virginia Maryland quickly grew into an area dominated by colonists who owned large tracts of wind with an economy centered centered around tobacco likewise it wasn't sixteen o seven anymore and the colonist understood that well profits are wonderful. Rowing food is also something that's probably probably worth doing. Colonist now had decades of knowledge from Jamestown out their disposal and Marylin quickly thrived. Things did become far more tenuous during the early part of the sixteen forties however Leonard Calvert did return to England during sixteen forty two in. What was the early phases of the English? Civil Wars with Baltimore mood was seemingly to Charles unable to get his correspondence across the Atlantic and Leonard. Having trouble back home Maryland was essentially left without any any meaningful leadership with anti-catholic sediments or any high people were quick to take advantage of the situation with Baltimore and his brother Leonard Calvert now all the way across the Atlantic there was a vacuum that suddenly appeared in Maryland's leadership inside of Maryland. It was Richard Ingle a columnist tobacco trader who decided to step into the void. ingle quickly Saint Mary's in the name of the Protestants instance. Also and I'm guessing. This does not come with much shock. William Claiborne seized on this opportunity and quickly retook. Kent Island something that he wasted exactly zero seconds. Doing it would take nearly two years for a Leonard to regain full control over the colony and he would only actually manage energy with help from governor Berkeley Virginia the period of infighting between the Catholics and the Protestants that occurred in the colony over the two year period made Baltimore. I realized that change was needed. The answer came in the form of a document promising religious toleration in the colony the act concerning religion did had several things I m most importantly it was a method whereby Baltimore could prove that he was not an enemy to the now post civil war only Protestant England and sixteen forty nine was not a wonderful time to be at the head of a supposed Catholic haven. That was the kind of thing that would draw unwanted attention towards Baltimore in this bill therefore promise that his colony would offer full religious tolerance to Christians which was meant to pacify parliament that this was not a Catholic colony money at the same time however there was pragmatic reasons for this as well. Maryland never really became the Catholic refuge that Baltimore had intended and it had always been overwhelmingly Protestant this act on. His face was meant to protect the minority group within the colony. What really however made at this age master stroke of genius is that the Catholics were in fact that minority group? It was always the Protestants who had been the majority. What Baltimore two more was able to do? Here was passive act where he was seemingly giving lip service to protecting the rights of the Protestants well in actuality protecting the rights of that minority ignored group of Catholics. The situation in Maryland would grow more muddled during the sixteen fifty s when the English forces came and attempted to seize control of Virginia in Virginia. If you recall from season had remained steadfast in their loyalty to Charles the first and upon his death to house Stewart while the loyalties of Maryland Maryland were more ambiguous than what was going on in Virginia Maryland unfortunately was just in the wrong place at the wrong time combined. With an influx of puritans he inauguration under the newly enacted act considering religion Maryland quickly fell under control. Baltimore was able to maintain authority and portions of the colony. While puritans ends seeking to form a society like New England controlled the rest. Baltimore eventually made his pleas for help to Oliver Cromwell personally Krummel. Obviously Fli was aware that he had to keep the major lords of England. Happy and had little interesting getting on the wrong side of Baltimore. He was tired of war and was not terribly interested in starting and another one at the same time cromwell appeared in himself you. The American periods as often acting excessively a compromise was eventually reached which saw crumble reinstate Baltimore into power while at the same time getting Baltimore to agree to a full pardon for those who had seized the colony as a result the Maryland. Puritans begrudgingly accepted the act concerning religion politically. This is how the situation is going to stay for. The near future Maryland Maryland would remain tolerant of all Christian religions and would manage to avoid becoming a period in haven at the same time however Maryland never does become the Catholic half the colony either. Protestants always outnumbered the Catholics by a relatively large margin. Okay with that. I think we have Maryland on solid footing that we can move forward in our story and not be totally lost when we return there in time with this mistake remedied. We can move forward and spend the next next few episodes introducing the Carolinas. So I will see you all back. You're in two weeks time and we will dive into the Carolinas and get another colony about its feet. I appreciate you all listening and I will see you back here in two.
"maryland" Discussed on The Political History of the United States
"As we have discussed was a Catholic and absolutely was sincere. About seeking out a place place where Catholics would be able to enjoy higher degree of freedom than was presently available in England however despite his own personal feelings towards religion the province of Maryland quickly positioned itself as a bastion of religious freedom. Something that was still quite rare in the English. North American colonies in Virginia bring in the Church of England reigns supreme not to mention the happenings that we are going to see in New England over the next few decades the religious tolerance that we see come out of Rhode Island is still a few years in the future at this point and even then that is going to be a relatively small island of tolerance in a region that was most definitely not tolerant. The obvious question therefore becomes why Baltimore incumbency were as tolerant as they were. How did this toleration lead eventually to the religious toleration act of sixteen forty nine? The tolerance exhibited in Maryland stands in stark contrast to the norms and other places throughout the colonies again with the exception of Rhode Island. And that is something that will come to help. Form the basis of the legacy of the province of Maryland. The origin of religious religious toleration appears to stem not from any high minded enlightening thinking. But rather coming out of a desire to increase the profits of the colony persecution of Catholics flick's inside of England during the reign of Charles. The first was really not that bad sure. They couldn't officially hold civic positions but Charles himself seems to have at least it's been friendly towards the Catholics. Had Baltimore decided that Maryland would be a Catholic haven and that others would not be welcome. It is unlikely that the province of Maryland Oakland could have ever become an economically viable colony. Furthermore by this point we are in the Middle Part of the Sixteenth Thirties. We have ample evidence of what is happening happening when economy essentially secluded so far from the world up in Plymouth everybody seemed pretty happy about living in their own isolated universe however that is not exactly a moneymaking endeavor. Baltimore had no interest in not making money. From this endeavour living the colony to only Catholics would have substantially reduced the the number of potential colonists for the more Baltimore was looking for a very specific type A- colonist wanting to avoid a situation where he depended on shareholders like in Virginia. Baltimore envision a world where those coming over were buying land. This means that the people running Maryland would actually have a stake in the colony. That was more more than simply holding shares in it. We know from Virginia that having your shareholders and ocean away does not make for optimal conditions on the ground and means said those with a financial stake are often times knock have a clear understanding of the situation inside the colony seeking to avoid this Baltimore wanted people buying parcels the land unsettling in Maryland themselves ultimately the vast majority of people coming to Maryland. The Catholic habit of the new world were in fact not Catholic instead what we see is a mixture of religions coming over however predominantly it is Protestant a large percentage of those entry Maryland were not traveling across the Atlantic. But rather were making the short journey north from Virginia those choosing to leave the Virginia homes did so for a variety of reasons but religion often played a major role in the decision. As a result of this many of the colonists settling in Maryland were more religiously radical article Virginia State steadfastly here to the Church of England and balked at foods inside the colony attempting to move away from the established church. Well well the majority of the puritans ended up in the north in New England. Not all did and many of those that landed in Virginia would ultimately end up moving to the new Maryland colony. Eventually this would expect to be more than just. The puritans as quakers would also five Maryland to be a suitable home. Baltimore the entire purpose of the colony was to expand expend his own holdings and even more than a land of religious tolerance. The best way to attract into your cause is the promise of prophets. By the time we reached the sixteen thirty s the tobacco trade is thriving in Virginia. Well that is great for the crown in those growing the tobacco because it means a source of revenue. It also meant that. The competition addition became much higher in Virginia Maryland was still a new colony and because of that it offered less competition and seen by many as a place where those unable to get a foothold competitive. Virginia market could make some money to aid this process. Eight jitters head right system was put into place if you recall ahead. Write system is setup whereby whereby a person who managed to transport themselves and others across the Atlantic Gut what amounted to a gifted plot of land in Maryland for every adult who got themselves across the ocean. There was a one hundred acre pot waiting for them. This was regardless of if the person was free or a servant children under the age of sixteen. I'm being brought over by their parents. Earned additional fifty acres. So if you have a family of five to parents plus three kids and two servants you just made a nice nice little five hundred and fifty acre claim. Furthermore Times had changed lots in sixteen o seven when Jamestown started one of their biggest challenges to survival. Revival was the fact that nobody knew what they were doing. If you recall you had this mixture of people who had never worked a day in their lives ordering around the formerly urban poor Dr who also had zero idea how to grow farm the resulting effect of this meant that you ended up with a lot of dead settlers during those early years Maryland Maryland must anxious to replay the stirring time or frankly anything from the first decade of Jamestown at a real advantage. A moment ago I had mentioned that the majority of the colonists were people people bailing out of her. GM movie north. That is going to help the early Maryland colony. Not only to survive but slowly begin to thrive the settlers coming into Maryland. Had A good idea already. The hardships. That colonization brought with it. They knew how to farm and importantly they knew how to grow tobacco. As a result not only does Maryland manage to avoid the painful period of growth that we see in Jamestown but quickly their cash crop emerges as tobacco and it grew quite nicely in Maryland and politically in Maryland. Baltimore was the guy all power flowed through him and despite in assembly existing Baltimore had the power to Notify anything they did so yeah there was an assembly and their decisions were binding just so long as Lord. Baltimore was okay with it. As we see in the other colonies what emerges was a mixture between a direct form of government where the freemen are personally intending and a representative assembly. Much as in the other colonies that decision to have a representative form of government based in Maryland was not born out of any enlightened ideals but was rather a function of logistics justice namely following a dispute over Kent Island. Baltimore Anna's men had to take the island from Virginia by force border. Disputes would become an ongoing problem for the province of Maryland when New England had been established. It was nowhere near Virginia with the province Maryland however the settlement was right next door. Virginia which had been growing and expanding for decades now with this expansion borders had become blurry around the edges when the province of Maryland came along right next extorted Virginia. These unclear borders suddenly became a major problem. No place was this more of an issue than on Kent Island. Kent Island is an island in the chesapeake. Speak to the southeast of Baltimore. Basically due east of Annapolis in May of Sixteen Thirty one William Claiborne received permission from England who develop Kent Island as a trading station when Baltimore got his patent and Kent Island was included inside. The new province of Maryland. Claiborne was less than thrilled. The primary complaint that he had is that under the patent that Baltimore had received clayborn was now going to have to obtain a license from Baltimore to continue to trade from the post that he had developed. OPT for clayborn. This would be like building a nice big customhouse for himself and then suddenly being told that a guy who had nothing to do with the work he had put in was not going to be his landlord. Claiborne had no interest in going from having rights over Kent Island to beat a ten it on his own land. Now are you meant did arises to what it claiborne. Actual claim was are you. Miss were made that he didn't actually control the WAM but rather just possessed a license from the crown trade on that spot however from claiborne position position this was merely a question of semantics it was his lead and he did not plan to leave it and willing to accept that he was now. A subject of the province of Maryland Auburn held out claiborne. First move was to go ahead and arm his shifts that were coming in and out of Kent Island. There is not much good having a trading post most if you are under constant threat of your ship seized what leads out of. This was a series of small skirmishes between clayborn ships and ships belonging into Calvert in the first battle Maryland secured a narrow victory however shortly thereafter claiborne would score his own victory over Maryland in a battle near you're the mouth of the Potomac. The victory by clayborn would basically in the issue temporarily. Baltimore stopped person. The issue and clayborn was free to continue trading unimpeded pitted. So why does Baltimore back off. The record is in great on his thinking here however there are some decent guesses we can make Baltimore has a brand new colony. He is trying to establish the last thing he is going to want. His ongoing skirmishes with clayborn disrupting his attempt to settle the region. Furthermore Baltimore may have well realized they given time defeating clayborn would become a far simpler task. Claymore did have the nominal backing of Virginia for his claim but ultimately they were going to have little interest in crossing the crown in this way claiborne was on a literal and figurative island when Maryland was small and just starting up. He was able to resist their efforts to take the island. However without the backing of Virginia ultimately clayborn was always going to have a problem maintaining control over Kent Island England for Baltimore? It was a game of me more than anything else. Jerry in sixteen thirty two thirty three. He wasn't going to be strong enough to take the island but that would not be the case forever. Her Baltimore the best way was to put this issue on the backburner established the colony grows stronger and then deal with Kent Island. Sure enough in April of Sixteen Thirty Five Baltimore launched his attack with relative ease. Baltimore's forces were able to capture claiborne ships at expel him from the island highland. This does not totally in the dispute however as claiborne is going to return to Kent Island two more times sees the island and to our times have to to.
"maryland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Whatsoever really planned Maryland at rockers Maryland no offense to touch down the last couple of games and then against bigger teams other rockers of courses struggle all the time but it could very well happen effective against Penn state and Michigan closer to big time games at the end of the year and what we see in out of Ohio state is young has been that somebody that just absolutely dominates upright and it's been a big part of that defense a resurgence I look for a house they could just completely shut down Maryland this weekend rockers averages about seven points per game in big ten play so it's not gonna look a lot different the next couple of weeks whatsoever you mentioned the Penn state game coming up a lot of folks obviously looking a couple weeks ahead to that Matt to put them in the lines of Minnesota this week both teams going on being big difference between a number four ranking and a number seventeen ranking even though they're both undefeated one of the golfers need to do this weekend to do something special what they need to do is to play like they've been playing against the weaker teams that they've been planned if you look at their schedule so far and look at all eight of their opponents not a single one of the read opponents rank in the top fifty in defense this week or taken out a legitimate top ten defense and an offense of late it big ten play they've been rather fortunate Purdue lost their starting quarterback and all America wide receiver in the first quarter of last year and started a backup quarterback Illinois lost their starting quarterback Lee first quarter Walker started a third string quarterback Maryland started back up quarterback and lost a minute to go with the third string quarterback arrest the game so they really haven't faced the first string quarterback all game now we can take out Shawn Clifford he's got a twenty to three ratio so I think that that level of competition clearly in Penn state's favor they've gone through the gauntlet at Iowa Michigan at Michigan state pathos that I think the thing that Minnesota is going to have to do is establish the run game it was lacking early on in the season they've got it going lately but now they've taken a legitimate defense so say to say as long as your pen state you're not looking ahead you're you're pretty safe this week I like Penn state and I like them to win on the road probably by a touchdown or so I think that the past enough big cats so far this year that they pass this one once and rolled ideas beyond radio he's Phil Steele are used in college football insider Phil we know we know the playoff rankings are going to change but climbs in this week was left out of the top for the initial rankings they go to NC state with almost a five touchdown.