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"tom clavin" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Tom Clavin telling the story of Red Cloud and that mention of white people. The original white guys. Walking around in this neck of the woods after the Louisiana purchase was, of course, Lewis and Clark and we tell their story all Clay Jenkinson tells their story in our multi part series approaching 40 parts. The most epic road trip ever. The story of Lewis and Clark and go to our American stories dot com and Plug it in downloaded. If you're taking a long family trip, nobody tells the story of Lewis and Clark better than Clay and Clay Jenkinson is on the history Channel. You see him all the time. As do you see Bob and Tom? And when we come back more of this remarkable story from their New York Times, bestseller, the Heart of everything that is the untold story of Red Cloud. An American legend continues here on our American story. Your dog is part of the family at rough greens. We know that dogs need live nutrition just like we do. There's just one problem for dog food to last. It needs to be shelf stable, and that means it has no live nutrients. The result is your dog's food is dead food, sometimes itching and scratching, lack of energy, digestive issues. They're not medical issues at all, but more likely their nutritional deficiencies from eating dead food. The good news is you don't have to change your dog's food to improve your dog's health simply at a school. Rough greens and make even the best dog food better. Rough greens is a powerful supplement that puts into your dog's hood. All the live nutrients they need for superior helps with the flavor that will have them licking the bottom of the bowl..
"tom clavin" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Stories. The Great Sioux Warrior Statesman. Red Cloud was the only American Indian in history to defeat the United States Army in a war. Forcing the government to sue for peace on his terms. Bob Drury and Tom Clavin have finally given the little known red Cloud the recognition he deserves. With their New York Times bestseller, the heart of everything that is the untold story of Red Cloud, an American legend. Here's Bob and Tom to share the story With us Beginning with Bob this book. It's basically an untold story until now. About how One man. Created. An empire if you will on the high Plains at one point Red Cloud's territory. Included about 1/5 of what is today the contiguous United States and No one before we don't think really knew what was going on in that great swath of territory bounded by the Missouri River is the Mississippi River and the Rockies. And cartographers early cartographers. Despite Lewis and Clark's exploration, they just labeled it the great American desert. And, uh, No one knew how Red Cloud had consolidated this empire. Now, of course, when he fought his war and won his war against the United States, the only American Indians ever win a war not a battle of war. Against the United States. People certainly knew who he was, but we were a little trepidatious. When we first started this book. Obviously there was no one left from from the 19th century, but what we did find Is that our forebears were such literate people. We went into this expecting. Maybe we'd get some after action reports from the Army when the soldiers started moving west. Maybe the officers maybe an officer's wife might have kept a journal as it turns out. Every Teamster's wife kept a diary, and we found all these and letters and Tom. He'll explain to you at some of these university libraries and historical centers they would bring out Journal in a plexiglass case, and you had to turn the pages with tongues because your oil from your fingers would destroy the vellum. I guess it was written on and there were letters from 12 year old girls who have passed the Oregon trainee. Oh, Paul was killed last year by the Indians first train in this year, said they dug up his grave. We don't Maybe it was wolves, but we think it might have been Indians again. That kind of stuff. So we actually felt like we were interviewing people for this book as far fetched as that might sound. We got into it so much that we felt when we were living the lives with these people. That said, I am going to have to give you a little what we call the dreaded backstory because you really can't understand Red Cloud. Without understanding the Sioux Nation. So what We do know what was to become the pre Columbian Sioux nation. It was seven tribes the tribes of the seven council fires. They followed the Mississippi Valley North. And they settled in Minnesota. Now in Minnesota. They were the baddest Indians in the Great Lakes region, and for centuries they just made unending war on their predominantly outgoing Quinn neighbors to create the Cipolla. And they were vicious. The war was there ethos. Unlike other tribes, they had no non violent culture. They did not make pots. They did not grow food. They did not even paint anything on their Teepees or their shields. War. Was there the reason for being and the first Europeans, mostly French, who Looked at the suit. I mean, they were immediately reminded of the North Berserker czar, the Huns or the Mongols. Assume lived to make war That was their ethos, and they were good at And they were really good at it. And for centuries for hundreds of years, they just dominated the region. But then what happened was when the English trading ships started to come into Hudson Bay. And the Cree and the Chip, who lived closer to the Bay began trading pelts for guns, and the tables turned once the Su have been the hunter. Now they were the hunted once they had extolled violence for violence, See What the Europeans didn't understand, watching in particular the Sioux, But the American Indian culture in general was it wasn't violence for violence sake. Yes, they fought wars to gain territory and to bring home Booty. But also the old cliche, the happy hunting ground. The Sioux and most of the Plains. Stripes, for that matter, really believed that there was an afterlife that was a happy hunting ground, and it was filled with clear running streams and game as far as you can see buffalo and elk and deer and antelope. And beautiful maidens just waiting to be taken. But what happened was there They believe that you went to this afterlife in the same way you left the earth. So what the Europeans didn't understand about the scalp ing's and about the mutilations. And if you if you went to the hat if your enemy went to the happy hunting ground with no eyes To see how beautiful it was. If he went with no arms to draw back a bow string if he went with no Penis to take advantage of these calmly maidens. Well, then you had He had suffered two indignities at your hands, one here on Earth and one there, and that's what a lot of this was all about. When the Europeans came down, Of course, they didn't understand this at all. And they started trading guns with the other Indians and the other Indians began hunting the Su who were still using Prehistoric tools, flintlock knives, flintlock arrowheads. They drove the Sioux into the swamps of Minnesota, and finally their territory just became so compromised that they had a choice and existential choice. They either would die or they had to step out onto the prairie. Ended up stepping out onto the prairie even on the prairie. They were still even though they kept up their warlike eth owes, but they were still The tribes. We don't think of the mandate and the Eric Eric Carr is the reason the Omaha's the photos they were kicking the shoes. But because these trucks were mounted in the Sioux were not yet mounted. And one Cheyenne, one Regal Cheyenne to describe the Su as scraggly, lice ridden band begging for handouts. That's how bad it was. But that all changed again. The worm turned yet again when the English started coming down first, the Minnesota River and then the Missouri River and establishing trade fairs. Now they were on the edge of sue just north. But Sioux Territory and the Sioux were the ones the first tribes to get weapons to get guns to get shot to get ammunition to get iron pots that would they would break into arrowheads. Sooner or later, the Sioux took their revenge on the smaller tribes that had been Almost picking them apart. The man Anzio toes, the Reese. Uh And then something happened. That changed the course of Western history. It, uh, the Spanish I I love this part of the book and I love this story. But I won't go to off course here, but I will say when the Spanish brought the tough little Mustang Into South America and Mexico. It was a match made in heaven. Unlike the big, lumbering northern European war horses or plow horses, these Mustangs had started out on the Central Asian steps. And had followed the trade routes through the Mideast along Northern Africa had Inter bred with desert horses and When the Moors invaded Spain. They came over with these tough little and they were right at home on the Andalusian plane. They could run forever. They could eat. We'd they could eat bark And once again when the Spanish brought them to the new world, they were right at home in the new world. What happened was is the Spanish As they conquered and forcibly converted the Indians up into what is now the United States. They made deals with him. You worship our God who you don't understand. We're basically going to enslave you. You grow our crops. But in exchange we have horses and we're gonna We're going to protect you from your age old enemy. The Apache Well, the Apache began raiding Hacienda isn't rancheros and they got horses. They didn't know how a Apache would ride a horse till it died. Anybody eat it? So they did not a breed it but this gave them room. Two. To further out their raids, and they started rating to pull up to And the Pueblo said, Hey, wait. You enslaved us. You're making this worship some Christian God, we know nothing about and you're into the dealers to protect us from the Apache. You can't even do that now. So in 16 82, Puebla rose. And they drove the Spanish back into old Mexico. And the Spanish ran so fast. They left everything behind. So the pueblo the eight the cattle they ate two sheep, but they weren't horse tribe and they just let the horses go. And this was the beginning of the great horse expansion on the United in the Northern Hemisphere.
"tom clavin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Players are they used to do these players owners meetings here in Chicago they would meet and like Tom Clavin would be representing the players he was a big players wrap and then you would see like a who's who of ownership and you know you would see George Steinbrenner freaking George Steinbrenner bigger the life walking down the hallway and all these baseball reporters who are well known gather around George Steinbrenner's holding court it's like the Larry David during her got character you know you've got Frank Costanza yelling at him for a trading Jay Buhner right right right and so here he is and I'm like I'm just to get back to this about I remember covering these talks back in ninety five here we are at twenty twenty twenty five years later you know them arguing in the middle of a pandemic again over what players should make and whether owner should take their back ball and go home because quote they won't make enough money for them to put on their spore and I am thinking what were the Yankees worth the ninety five because they're probably worth fifty times more today leg they're all like all looking to win that fight to win that battle in the in the middle of that we can't let the players have this we can't let the players have this you know what was damn sure of happening is that the that that Steinbrenner's in it's now the sun's own and I no one just passed away but that team is worth so much more today than they were in ninety five and you couldn't frame an argument to me well it's their team they're the owner if they can do what they want but if they care about the damn sport and they truly want to lead the country back and they want their sport to grow like they have said they want to get new eyes they wanna keep in America's past time then what they'll look at from this one year shouldn't bother them as much as what will what will their teams look like five years from now ten years from now they make the right moves today no that's that's true it can't be both it can't be that you want to be the Guiding Light in a time of you know it so many terrible consequences for so many normal people out there you want to lead the way back because you want the narrative around your sport because like you said Selby the images of you know the Yankees and Diamondbacks playing in the you know late October after nine eleven or as you mentioned Sammy Sosa running with an American flag out to right field they love to wrap themselves up in the flag but the reality is don't be hypocritical and say that and then you know we hear it we we read on Twitter news reports from Jon Heyman talking about how the owners are calculating whether or not it's worth it to put on a season if they can't get a fifty fifty put from split from the players it can't be both either you want to be the reason that fans have some hope or if you're more worried about your pocketbook above all else right and you want to just operate it like you're a a standard business you can't yeah you can't sell me on both and that's what I've always hated about if you get involved in sports I get it you're gonna wanna make money you wanna hear your owner for reason your billionaire for raisin but I've always believed says a lot of these owners who have been in the game they haven't put their priorities right and winning comes like fifth on the list and and money making is well above that having their you know their stockholders be happy there there's a priority list that comes well above winning into me sports should be different at least in some ways three one two three three two three seven seven six is the phone number of dial you brought up before we move on to the last dance conversation you brought up on a topic that a listener brought up but could not hold on about a loophole and maybe catching a game at Wrigley Field of no fans are permitted all I know that they're only it could be because of the jumbo tron and everything there only a couple of rooftops that still have line of sight into Wrigley Field and I'm wondering and I honestly don't know the answer to this but a caller called yesterday and was asking if that if the rooftops could sell tickets to watch the games if there are games at Wrigley Field because they're not you don't have to buy a ticket to those like through the cubs you bite through the rooftop you could essentially have people or groups of people who are already been like at my wife I want to go to game we're not gonna sit six feet away from each other but we six six it would sit six feet away from the next couple our next group of fans so could you do something where you have people you know you could have waiters and waitresses bring people their food so they're not standing in line at the bars because some of these rooftops actually have bars it when you go in them so how could you actually see a game at Wrigley by selling these rooftop tickets and I actually don't know the answers so if if I think about this of our rating here's what I understand it under the governor's plan and restaurant owners haven't been happy about this but I I think it's the end of June is when they can maybe start opening their restaurant isn't like June twenty seventh or June twenty eighth there's whatever the next phases right right there yeah the couple phases they have to get to and they were hoping it would be June first to start doing it in a smart way with common sense and and I know like I saw the mountains being quoted in some of the other restaurant owners being quoted like let's say June twenty ninth is the date that you can start like they'll allow you in the state of Illinois to start opening up a restaurant as long as you do it in a smart way by taking all these precautions if the baseball season starts July fourth and there's games at Wrigley Field like they say they could be locally even though there are no mass gatherings at Wrigley Field and they can't sell tickets could the rooftops however still on those on those couple still like say and they could charge a lot because they say no one is allowed to watch these games live in person except our rooftop or these couple rooftops and they could get like a premium for that like the only people can watch this game is on television except these few hundred seats that we have available because we're operating like a restaurant can operate yeah you could do something where you know you have like a menu and people can order food like it's only like hot dogs and hamburgers stuff like that you know I mean like there's beer and stuff like that so you could have people order on the menu they could dispose of the menu and afterwards like your co said he went to a restaurant in northwest Indiana and there it was all paper menus that they threw out after you made your order and everything like that and then you know they they would then bring you your your stock they'll probably have like a cap on it if it was a beer because you know you when you go to stadiums they can put a lid on your beer so you don't spill it on your way to your seat so there are ways to do this I'm just wondering if baseball would allow it or if they I don't know the exact situation I don't know because the stadium could be closed but could you have this like exclusive little club of people actually seeing a cubs game at Wrigley Field on a beautiful July day I imagine that those tickets would go far higher than the the club seats that they you what is a club called the the ninety four to nineteen fourteen that would be higher than the more nineteen now all the way back and I think I understand this is an exclusive in game we have an exclusive show Meller like let's listen I I do agree there would be a premium and you can sell them for a decent amount but I also think there's a certain limitation because whatever you're gonna do you're going to like who who buys you know the exclusive seats you know a lot lots of times their businesses that want to bring clients to you know show me a good time and I think that's going to be limited right now during these times and even still whatever number of people you're going to have to practice social distancing so like you're not gonna be able to sell the experience as well as you would like in a normal situation I I think yes there would be others cardinals Miller with no one allowed in the stands in late July or cubs and white Sox you mentioned what I off game don't you think like don't you think they could get a couple thousand dollars per ticket based on the population of the city it's like watching an exclusive concert this is your own private baseball game yeah I don't again well done are saying we don't know if they would be allowed to do it but if they would could you get that sort of price drink is also included too I bet you could get a thousand ticket easily easily it's a like I it's not and I it's again it's about supply and demand so part of me thanks you guys might be right the other part of me is like yeah in in July and August like what who's gonna be running to like spend discretionary income you know and splash around in a big way when you can't like you get like all part of the allure of the rooftops is not just your normal everyday person going to the rooftops anymore it's more of a door to agree it's Moore VS a corporate endeavor lots of times in it and it's to show it off to clients and if you can only put I don't know twenty five to fifty people in the rooftop because there are you know under the same obligations that restaurants are there might be you know I think you have a limit we have a lot of rich dudes in Chicago can you imagine a beautiful summer day that no one in America is allowed to go to a baseball game yet except there's this rude loophole because yes rooftops don't operate like the stadium they operate as a you know like a restaurant owner even though again I don't know if it's possible but if it was could make it seem like your own baseball game there's only a few people can see it your getting your own private baseball game no where else in America with this exclusivity he gave her life you're right it might be the only under these circumstances that might be the only place you could actually go and watch a professional baseball game where you have like a view of it but I'm also thinking like you know it's it's the sight lines two of you know you've been on the rooftops like they're they're okay it's an experience but you know I don't go to I I've never gone to the rooftops the really taken a baseball game it was more about just hanging out with my friends and the baseball game is there in the background so it's a cool experience but it's never like if you're a fan you don't get a great view of the game yeah I've been able to follow like some of the the the better ones back in the day like I think skybox and Sheffield remember that one where we used to have a share you could I would be able I went to a playoff game again the Diamondbacks the one we're rich hill gave up a home run like in the very first page you know seven and I was able to follow the games well but now those are the ones that are blocked because of the discord warden right.
"tom clavin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"No problems over the Tobin or the airport tunnels the expressway is fine and north of town three in ninety three you're okay to New Hampshire rob Paco WBZ's traffic on the threes another four day WBZ accu weather forecast here's accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson was Saturday will be windy and chilly with sunshine and patchy clouds high fifty four tonight mostly clear sky will have less wind in a low down to thirty six and then for tomorrow a up pretty nicely for Easter Sunday sunshine will give way to increasing clouds late hi approaching sixty we may start to see some rain later tomorrow night and then very windy on Monday with gusts over fifty miles per hour at times will be warmer with periods of rain which could be heavy high sixty to sixty five a windy day on Tuesday with sun and some clouds high near sixty temperatures may start to fall though later on I make about the meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston news radio mostly sunny right now very windy forty nine degrees in Braintree forty five in Arlington forty six in Peabody and forty six in Boston it's what makes a Subaru it's eleven twenty five welcome it's the WBZ book club I'm Jordan rich find escape in the old west and the legendary Dodge city in a book by Tom Clavin called wider that Masterson and the wickedest town in the American west Dodge city Kansas was a supply center railroad hub in the stockyard to draw to many from the east and beyond the book focuses on one particular incident involving a group of shall we say a juvenile delinquent who run afoul of the local lawmen the legendary Wyatt Earp he throws one of the local jail only to have his hooligan buddies try to bust amounts to no avail well Lauren legend is painted white up as an upstanding Marshall but he took many a liberty wearing that badge another truly colorful character.
"tom clavin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You'll be hearing about forty minutes the new book is out trigger Hubbell left thrives on hate and once the silence of we really want to write a book on forgiveness but all these nice things there are other countries coming together there we all just get along basically but all things change so adult children will be here I does body much in a couple of times my job one of my favorite sports guys in the country long time ESPN but also a brilliant author Tuesdays with Morrie one more memorable books anybody's ever written ever made to his new book is out of finding Chico very very nice book beautiful book about a little girl the albums to okay you'll hear that whole story coming up Joseph Abboud will be here to congratulations on this Wednesday morning post election day to the cousin of my main man my partner but not all of them a Gurk at the scoring a big victory in the state of New Jersey yesterday yes indeed my beautiful anti Eileen's sign Stephen Palanga he won his race for city council they call it actually borough council Woodcliff lake New Jersey but he actually won he won by a hair believe it or not but he did win and the so he is now a borough councilman city councilman in a town of would give cliff lake and ed Rendell won his reelection bid as well he did too so that's nice and also I will say this I did endorse in my own town the town of Hempstead supervisor he's equivalent of the mayor and it a compass is a large area of Tom Clavin yes he apparently has beaten he's declared victory over Laura Gillen will release been raising taxes and lying about it Tom Glavin one but it's not a hundred percent official he has declared victory she has not conceded similar to the Kentucky race right now so Tom Kleven congratulations what a guy thank you a message for some love big list of for the show my name is Nancy we had been sent me a message yesterday about Tom Glavin and on my friend who works with a capital a jungle pride no idea of Gen one or not I suppose web idea if my friend David Troughton who was running for the board of ed in New Jersey not far from what the flight by the way by Paramus of he one either but I do love that area I lived in Tenafly beautiful Paramus Alan Dale you've got upper saddle river these are some of the nicest towns in New Jersey all right we have because unless you got that those small town middle America feel to it yes and yet you still only about twenty minutes away from the George Washington bridge when going to the city so it all works out perfectly so now your cousin what does this mean to be indicted in a couple of years this Hey Evan Bob you'll get we'll be going head to head in a primary to run for governor at some point no this is that we want to look my I don't know exactly what his aspirations are he's a partner in a law firm to me he's still just a kid and he's he's the nicest person in the world has got so much integrity he's a brilliant kid he went to Boston University and I don't know he's just he's very very intelligent as I point out I don't know what he wants to do but he's he's apparently active in politics he cares and so this is the first step for him fantastic even Palanga Stephen look out for that name all right to listen Donald Trump junior again stopping by at about thirty five minutes Mitch Albom Joseph Abboud I did get a kind of a kick out of it when they asked somebody maybe was CBS they asked Donald Trump junior yesterday who is your favorite Democrat your does answer no his favorite Democrat is Mitt Romney that's funny that was his answer yeah it is all over the place today because very angry about the Mexican cartels and what they did to those American people and he's out there yelling and screaming that we must do something about it but that was Donald Trump junior was answer my favorite Democrat Mitt Romney appeared collectio one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two all these big stories three amazing guess keep it right here burning and sit on this hump they want to NJ dot dot com studios information you need for Indians crossed from the capital of the world radio seventy seven W. C. whether and how some races being.