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Fresh "maryland" from Chris Plante
"Said. Jeffrey Toobin has been suspended while we investigate the matter that was their entire quote. Jeffrey about areas Oh, it's in election simulation. Sorry, I misunderstood completely. He did, however, appear on CNN, where he's the network's chief legal analyst on Saturday, Jeffrey Cuban has asked for some time off while he deals with a personal issue should only take about 10 minutes. We'll be right back. Which we have granted, CNN said in a statement. There very generous network There's on Ly one Chris Plant, the Chris Plante show Washington Small W M A. L. Washington comes to talk. Traffic from the hip, the carpet cleaning traffic spender. I'm Lisa Bay, then it's better. 95 in Maryland between D C and Baltimore earlier accident South wide 1 95 Gone. Virginia South on 95 Dump Truck crash. It's a 140 mile marker. Stafford Courthouse throat that was moved onto both shoulders now from garage door but there dot com WN mail STORM March 74.
Washington DC - 7 Hurt in Crash on Beltway Outer Loop
"Parkway still blocked in both directions. Crash investigation continues on Suitland Parkway Ifyou're outbound, you can't get past Silver Hill Road inbound traffic diverted at Suitland Road, 95 south bound in Maryland, around to the outer loop that's still blocked with crash activity. Traffic. All traffic has to exit onto the inner loop of the Beltway toward college Park and Green Belt. North Non Baltimore Washington Parkway after 32 crash along the right side to 70 north bound before the Manaka See River Bridge to believe the crash activity has been cleared from the roadway. But do expect the ladies approaching and passing our banner. Headed toward Frederick City. He's found I 70 near exit 35. That's the Boonsboro exit route. 66 single file left gets past the cleanup from the earlier tractor trailer Fire Branch Avenue South bound after Woodyard road crash along the left side and going back into AA Fred or Ah, Washington Frederick off, this is Frederick County, Emmitsburg and actually near Ah, the Pennsylvania State line 15 near route 1 40 block both ways for police activity.
Fresh "maryland" from Bob Sirott
"Really on radar this morning. Tinier 53 degrees. Today cloudy with a chilly rain Developing tonight alot of 46. Tomorrow we'll see clouds mixed with some sun in the high near 59 right now in Chicago 48 O'Hare, 40 for it. Midway and 48 at the lakefront. Big 10 teams are gearing up for the start of the season. This weekend. Northwestern names graduate transfer Peyton Ramsey, It's starting quarterback. Ramsey has started in the past for Indiana. The Wildcats host Maryland Saturday night. Right here on W. JIA still watching this crash, where a car went into a building at 75th and ST ST Lawrence looks like policing crews have AH, taped off that intersection, so no traffic.
Are people using Washington DC streets closed to traffic during the pandemic?
"Some closed off streets in the area to promote outdoor activities and social distancing during the pandemic, and a new report shows the street Aries. They're getting more foot traffic in D. C. Between April in September, activity. Unrestricted roadways in the district rose from 32% 52% of pre pandemic levels, according to traffic data firm in Rex. Stats on Unrestricted streets were about the same restricted streets, which came to promote social distancing and activities that don't require automobiles such as outdoor dining and exercise started popping up in D, C and parts of Maryland and Virginia over the summer, But there may be an unintended consequence. The report warns. That elimination and restriction of parking through traffic may keep people from outer neighborhoods from frequenting restaurant district's and other street based activities. Mats. Small w T o P News Who's coming
Fresh "maryland" from Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
"To Newington, Maryland, Easier south at a Baltimore on 95 fickle fire. Resolve that I won 95 now from garage door repair dot com W M A hailstorm Art seven forecast. We'll see high temperatures later today is turned mostly sunny, mid toe offer 70 and then we'll be near 80 degrees Wednesday in Thursday, lower seventies for Friday. The next weather maker comes through Saturday. Sunday. It'll take our temperatures from those lower seventies to the lower 60 Sunday in there could be some showers around I'm ABC seven meteorologist Monica Johnson in the storm, but seven Weather center right now it is 55 Herndon, 54 in Frederick 60 at Reagan National. Matthews on 105.9 FM. Washington's mall. W M A L Washington.
Washington DC Adds 8 States to High-Risk Self-Quarantine List
"States on its Corona virus high risk list. That means if you make nonessential trips from those those states states states to to to the the the district, district, district, you're you're you're required required required to to to self self self quarantine quarantine quarantine for for for 14 14 14 days days days because because because of of of high high high Corona Corona Corona virus virus virus levels. levels. levels. Eight Eight more more estates estates were were added added to to the the list list over over the the weekend, weekend, including including Arizona, Arizona, Colorado, Colorado, Connecticut, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Massachusetts, Michigan, Michigan, Ohio, Ohio, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and Rhode Rhode Island. Island. Maryland Maryland and and Virginia Virginia are are exempt exempt from the district's order. Well, Capitol Hill
Fresh "maryland" from Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
"Minor delay on the outer loop is near University Boulevard and Cole's Fail Wrong. 66. We have an eastbound layout of an asset to Centerville, then from 50 toward 1. 23 accident cleanup will 29 Lee Highway and Nutley. Straight 95, Virginia Good between Fredericksburg and Springfield, Slowing BRIEFLY South and Stafford and north out of Lorton to Newington, Maryland, Easier south at a Baltimore on 95 fickle fire. Resolve that I won 95 now from garage door repair dot com W M A hailstorm Art seven forecast. We'll see high temperatures later today is turned mostly sunny, mid toe offer 70 and then we'll be near 80 degrees.
Rhonda Fleming, '40s and '50s movie star, dead at 97
"Hollywood Golden Age actress Rhonda Fleming has died in Hollywood looks count. But for Rhonda Fleming, she says they're stunning looks worked against her. When color arrived in the movies. In the 1990 interview, there was suddenly all this attention on how I looked rather than the roles I was playing, she said. Those rules that are co starring with Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston and Ronald Reagan in the 19 forties and fifties. Her birthday was Maryland. Lewis, born and raised in Los Angeles, and she was reportedly discovered when headed to class at Beverly Hills High School. A man followed her in a big black car and said, You ought to be in pictures later turned up in her home and offered to be your agent legend or not. At 19. Lewis was awarded a six month contract with David O. Selznick studio at a new name Rhonda Fleming. Now dead at age 97 in Santa Monica, California, San Chee and Grasso. Fox News, The
Fresh "maryland" from Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
"Again. Thank you, Robert. Y'all having a nice day and an easy one. For that matter, 8 15 traffic and weather is every 10 minutes. It's first on the five is gonna lose abatement. Haddie carpet cleaning vehicle fire cleanup. That's you, Maryland Seth 95 before exit number 47, which is the exit for the airport. You have to say that the left and there's a backup out of Baltimore. North from D. C to Baltimore on Maryland. 95 Good. Virginia 95 between Fredericksburg and Springfield have nothing complicated to report Looks like in DC We just had a crash going 3 95 self or the westbound freeway. This reported before you get to the 14th Street Bridge, now from garage door repair dot com Store by seven forecast. Today we start with some Paki fog and morning clouds that we see some afternoon sun 77 tonight Partly cloudy, low 61 for your Wednesday cloudy skies early partly cloudy later in the day, highest 78 degrees. Currently in our nation's capital were still sitting at 60 degrees at age 17 and selling your home sold right with the Reynold's team means putting more money in your pocket. Sarah and Debbie get their cellars 32,500 more dollars than average. This is selling your home right versus just selling your home.
Demonstrators gather for Women's March in Washington, D.C.
"Gathered in downtown D. C. Today for the women's March, demonstrators began rallying at Freedom Plaza before marching to Capitol Hill and onto the National Mall to protest the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett and vote President Trump out of the White House. I'm here to hear my voice help do my part to represent women in the vote. Inga Solomon is here from Kent Island, Maryland, Marching to oppose Senate confirmation. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. We really should not be bringing in another Supreme Court nominee at this point in time, D. Wright has travelled all the way from Chicago to take part in the women's March. I'm giving voices to build that can't Briana Taylor she's not here. George Floyd. He's not march is taking place under bright skies and warming sunshine. Downtown DC Dick Uliano w T o P
Hollywood Golden Age Actress Rhonda Fleming Dies At 97 In Los Angeles
"Golden Age actress Rhonda Fleming has died in Hollywood looks count. But for Rhonda Fleming, she says, they're stunning. Looks worked against her. When color arrived in the movies. In the 1990 interview, there was suddenly all this attention on how I look rather Fromthe roles I was playing, she said. Those roles had her co starring with Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston in Ronald Reagan in the 19 forties and fifties. Her birthday was Maryland. Lewis, born and raised in Los Angeles, and she was reportedly discovered when headed to class at Beverly Hills High School. A man followed her in a big black car and said, You ought to be in pictures later turned up in her home and offered to be her agent. Legend or not. At 19. Lewis was awarded a six month contract with David O. Selznick studio at a new name, Rhonda Fleming. Now dead at age 97 in Santa Monica, California, San Chee and Grasso Fox
Washington DC - Prince George’s, Baltimore reviewing Hogan’s order easing restrictions at football stadiums
"We could soon see thousands of fans back in the stands and major sporting events in Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, issuing an executive order that would allow a limited number of those fans to attend events. Logan's order allows sports fan used to open a 10% capacity by the local governments sign off once such restriction isn't Prince George's County there, the rule is one person or one family group every 200 square feet at the larger venues, spokesperson for Angela Alsobrooks says they're res viewing the governor's order and the local health officials will have to discuss it with the Washington football team. Logan's new executive order, backed by the state health secretary also mandates mask and prohibits tailgating.
Republican Governor casts write-in ballot for Ronald Reagan
"For president in Maryland. Mickey Mouse is going to get a challenge from the old Gipper. He may be dead. But Ronald Reagan is the presidential choice of at least one Marylander governor Larry Hogan. Hogan says he could not bring himself to vote for either President Trump or Joe Biden and he told The Washington Post he wrote Reagan's name on his mail in ballot. Because the nation's 40th president is his hero in politics. He wanted to make a statement and felt he could because Mr Trump is deeply unpopular in Maryland, anyway, it's not Hogan's first right in, he says. He wrote his father's name in in 2016. John Matthews on W. M. A. L N w e mail dot com and iconic soda will
Kanye West qualifies as official write-in candidate in Maryland
"In Maryland Hey, listen up producer Kayla and Toby, You have another option as you cast your ballot in the coming weeks because the state Board of Elections, says Kanye West will be eligible for a write in candidate for president. That means if you decide to put his name down on your ballot It will be counted. It won't naturally appear on it. Kim
COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise Locally in Washington DC Area
"Locally Maryland's reporting 630 new cases likely up from its seven day average, while new cases in the district dropped to 30 for Virginia reports the largest increase, adding more than 1300 new infections. That's the state's second largest increase since August. Corona virus deaths continue dropping in Virginia and the district but they are up slightly in Maryland over the past 10 days. Check out all the numbers it w GOP dot com Search test 6 23. It is too late for this
Latest coronavirus test results in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia
"Cases continue rising around parts of the region. Maryland's reporting 630 new cases, slightly up from its seven day average, while new cases in the district dropped to 34. Virginia's reporting the largest increase, adding more than 1300 cases. That's the state's second largest bump since August. Corona virus deaths continue decreasing in Virginia and the district but they are up slightly in Maryland over the last 10 days. Check out all the numbers of w t o p dot com Search test for
Three New England governors, one Washington DC-area governor not signing Barrett letter
"Declined to join the Republican piers and signing a letter urging the Senate to confirm Judge Barrett of the Supreme Court. Bernie Bennett. With that report, 20 for the nation's 28 Republican governor, signed a letter praising Barrett's background in philosophy. Not signing where governors Christie Nunu of New Hampshire, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Phil Scott of Vermont as well as Larry Hogan of Maryland. Baker, Scott and Hogan have been more outspoken in their criticism of President Trump and Sununu has been Sununu has said he believes it is appropriate for bear to have a hearing but not voice specific support or opposition to her nomination. Bernie Bennett reporting also a townhall dot
Tuesday is voter-registration deadline in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia
"Is holding a get out the vote effort today trying to get people register before the presidential election. It's happening because today is the local registration deadline days. Voter registration event in D. C is being held at the home of the Washington Mystics in Congress Heights, featuring members from the DC professional sports teams it runs from 10. This morning through two in the afternoon as today is the voter registration deadline in D C. Maryland and Virginia. It's especially important in Virginia because the state does not allow people to register to vote in person on election Day. So today is the last day for Virginians to register in D C and Maryland you will be allowed to register in person on Election day or during early voting. We have much more registration information at w t o p dot com. Nick
Washington DC - Sports Betting On Ballot In Maryland This Fall
"On the ballot in Maryland, and the money is flowing online betting companies like Draftkings and Fanduel or on a spending spree, trying to persuade voters in Maryland to vote yes, on Question two on the ballot to allow sports betting in the state. So far, they've put close to $3 million into the vote. Yes on two group, according to the Baltimore Sun. They've already spent over two million of that on advertising, and they're not alone. The state's casinos in the Maryland Jockey Club have been offering some cash and a lot of in kind donations. On site advertising and social media support for a group supporting the sports betting initiative. Michelle Morello
New numbers come out on COVID-19 related deaths in Washington DC
"Of of today, today, Maryland Maryland has has counted counted more more than than 4000 4000 confirmed confirmed and and probable probable deaths deaths from from the the Corona Corona virus. virus. 4003 4003 to to be be exact. exact. Virginia Virginia has has counted counted 3361 3361 deaths and in DC 637 people have died from Cove in 19 as of today, and the day A number of new Corona virus cases in our region has trended up since late September and early October in D C. Maryland and Virginia. What could the reason be for that? Dr. David Marco's e, an associate professor of emergency medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, tells DC ist. It's hard to put a finger on it. But he says it could be a residual effect from Labor Day travel, He says there has been an increase in the spread of the virus among younger people, thanks to things like birthday parties bars in college. Forms. Asked if the outbreak at the White House will lead to more Corona virus cases around our region, Marco's, he said. It's too early to tell
Washington, DC - A Maryland 7-year-old was bullied. He responded by opening a food pantry.
"That even young kids can make a big difference a seven-year-old from Maryland managed to organize a massive fundraiser to help people in need during the pandemic. His name is Cavanaugh Bell Back in March. He began using his own birthday and Christmas money to put together care packages for seniors pretty soon, other people started chipping in. So cavenaugh has since opened up a full. Food Pantry that's been able to help five thousand people in Maryland he also pulled together fifty thousand dollars, worth of food hygiene products and cleaning supplies for the Pine Ridge Indian reservation in South Dakota and his goodwill is far from over Cavanaugh is still delivering care packages to people in his own community and he started a nonprofit organization called cool and dope that's meant to fight bullying and spread positively.
Arlie Hochschild with Krista Tippett
"High is at Arley. Yes Hi Krista yes good to meet. Thank you so much for doing this and I. so apologize for the delay as we had in this totally unusual and I think it happened twice with you I. Really Apologize. No problem but but what we need to talk about has not. diminished. So here we are. We have construction going on here in our in our studio and so like coming in. itself is very quiet, but there's just hammering as I walk in. For an audio yeah program. So good. Are you? Are they going to I mean I don't hear it so. Where where are you? Right now. Are, you talking to me? Yes. Yeah. I'm in North Gate Hall, which is in. The basement of the journalism department at UC Berkeley Okay Okay Yeah Berkeley. Three blocks from our home. Oh, what a what a wonderful place to live. I think we're pretty good here. I. Don't like to. I. Don't want to start talking about anything substantive until we're really doing it. So yeah, I. Think we're fine. Good and where you KRISTA. Minneapolis. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It's you'll. You'll understand this I grew up in Oklahoma and kind of went far far far far far away and And that's become more important to me in these recent years that you know that he and and then our studios in Minneapolis has been for a long time and. I've thought across the years about how the show might have been served by being on one of the coasts and. And in these last few years since two thousand sixteen. I'm I'm so glad we're in the middle of the country you know. It's Really important in life giving. So. Good Yeah So, you were the child of a Foreign Service officer. So you sound like you grew up all over the world. Well. Yes to to some degree. Yeah. Starting at age twelve. Yeah it was pivotal. Father was ambassador us. Ambassador to New Zealand. Ghana and Tunisia. Yeah we don't need to go into his rank spread. Yeah. But did you live where those places you lived in I lived in Israel? And from aged twelve to fourteen, very pivotal experience. And then New Zealand Wellington New Zealand. The university. there Victoria University so in New Zealand and then my folks were in Ghana and I spent a summer. Ana But by then I was in college and then they weren't Tunisia and I. Actually spent five months a doing a study on the emancipation of Tunisia and girls so. These French questionnaires. Second Year of Grad School at Berkeley. So. yes. So I was very. Fortunate, really to get to experience all that. Yeah. Yeah was there a religious or spiritual background to your childhood in your family or in those places? Yeah. Yeah. I would say there there was And So. Are we starting your going? Yeah. All right okay. yeah my parents were very religious, unitarian? And So religious in the sense of it being a very important thing to go to church on Sunday and. My brother and I would. Kind of. Wrestle with each other and tickle. In the back seat of her whole sudden Hudson in Silver Spring Maryland and And Go. Drive to all souls UNITARIAN church in Washington DC very important to my father especially and I didn't feel particularly religious. At that point and. But if I look back on it what. the influence of that was is that. There's An important part of one's self to express and to learn to develop and that. For. UNITARIAN inside the message I took away is that it's very big world and we have to learn to. get to know and. Empathize with. People in radically different cultures and that that's a good thing to live in a big world. I think by the time I was. Sixteen. I had that message, but I felt something missing. And I got interested in quakers who? Be Much. More. Okay Gang. So what are we going to do about it? You know view terriers were very talky. Talkers talk talk of the thinkers looked like they were kind of. interesting. They were doers, and so I would say. That that. Connection for me. when I was in high school very informal I didn't become a former quaker anything. But It led me to volunteer on weekends when I was in high school At something we called Neighbourhood House on tenth and L.. Street. was in the middle of the. the back area of Washington
Interview with Winstina Hughes, Planner for the Maryland Dept of Transportation
"Welcome to Hallway Chat I'm Liam Dempsey. And I'm Tara Claes today we're joined by Weinstein Hughes when Stena is an assistant regional planner for the Maryland Department of transportation she created her first wordpress blog for a geographic information systems assignment and followed it soon after with one on community development and suburban planning. She has presented at Work Camp New York City work camp. US and Work Camp Austin. A wordpress meet up co organizer Weinstein a lead were camp new. York two, thousand eighteen. Welcome when Stena? We're so glad here. Thanks for having me. Tara. Thanks for having me. Lamb. I'm excited to join you wearing. So excited to defensive time with you. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself? Okay. I can tell you. I'm a bit more about myself i. Grew up in northern Jersey in south orange. Maplewood. My family immigrated. From Sierra Leone West Africa And somehow they brought me back to Maryland. Settled initially I'm so I am living and working in, Baltimore? Fantastic there's there's a lot there about that. We could delve into but let me let me just talk a little bit about growing up there since he started with whole were you when you when you move from Sarah alone do you remember your your country of or you're young enough to not have any memory? I have. I have memories of playing in our backyard. Like the lush greenery of it. The red. The red dirt. Just. just kind of outside where we lived I remember just how bad it was. And I remember listening on to my dad calling. To see how I was just a memory of knowing that my parents weren't with me. And just really happy to hear his voice. And? When we moved here. This is. Really. where I grew out. Those are those those memories are of. I'm like a child and when we moved here, that's when things really start forming. That's when I'm you know I started thinking about just you know school like a as a kid. I. Think. We. You know when you're as young as four or five things are just kind of like impressions I'm but then we hit an age where we start understanding what's around us Andy Start. Having. A sense of the places where we're going and the people that were spending time with and when we immigrated here on that was the time where things really started in. No. Forming for me as a child and and. Being aware of the spaces I was in and you know. I grew up here in every part of who I am is really. The experience of being raised here in the states and Being raised in south. Orange Maplewood. have. You been back to Sierra Leone. I haven't been back. I'm one of those children but. That hasn't traveled back. Since I? I can't name. Do you have family there still though I do I do have aunts and uncles and I have cousins. That are from back home. And I have some cousins that have traveled here and they've gone back I'm. But I've I've lived here since since we came in, it's been continuous experience. Yeah. Thank you for sharing that your your story of coming to this country and growing up here. Tell us a little bit. Your experience Sir I think you talked about before we started recording about. Going to school to Grad, school and Can you tell us a little bit about your education background and your wordpress wordpress fits into that picture? Yes So you know you mentioned that I'm an assistant. Planner and I went to college for city planning. And I went to Grad school as well for for city planning sitting regional planning. And you know it's it's really a way of looking at the world. A WAY OF LOOKING And Identifying Spaces right areas that you can contribute to improve, and that's what I really love about. About what I studied and I really enjoy the work that I do currently. I, work for DOD and. Works specifically. With state highway and we see the tangible results of the projects that we work on. You know like when we go to meetings I'm and you know the individuals that we speak with. It's There's a real mess to it as opposed to. If I were in an office. kind of like. We spend a fair amount of time in the office, but it's not like a policy document I'm writing. You know it's like I can go and see where I work is I can listen. To understand what the needs are of of those who live in the communities. that. We that we go to and that's really what's always been exciting for me as a planner I did some community organizing work as well and? Not only that. I worked at a nonprofit in DC as an intern, and I had a chance to look at a Housing Trust Fund I had the chance to look at how they went about organizing around housing issues and an even organizing around immigration issues and and it's it's so exciting to work in a field that that hutchison all those different areas and it's died it's that fluid ness of of of the field working an infrastructure or working with community issues or working on. Economic Development. That led me to. Writing about. you know what I learned in school and then writing about it is really you know what really got me more involved within the word s community I that jess log but I'm that I wrote in college, and then when I graduated I started writing a blog on development. For Me Boyd and just in the process of all the positive experiences move me from just you know blogging on wordpress dot com to building my own sites. And then there's there's so much evolved from that as well. From writing to becoming a a meet up organizer in a work, Camp Speaker, and. You know just just all those those opportunities came from. From just you know blogging sharing my thoughts about. An area that I'm so passionate about that I'm so fortunate to work in.
"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 Takeout
"Segment three rather of the take-up coming from CBS News? This is the takeout. With Major Garrett US or saw toll president trump the Ukrainians and were ready to move forward following the call with President trump. The member of my staff asked ambassador some than what president trump thought about Ukraine. That's the song responded. That president trump cares. There's more about the investigations of Biden. Which Giuliani was pressing for a major Garrett? Welcome back to the takeout. were at busboys and poets. That was the voice of William Taylor. The Charlotte Affair Air of an Ukraine brought back into public service as he testified by the current secretary state. Mike Pompeo Jamie Raskin is our guest asked member of the oversight and Judiciary Committee And as a result a participant currently and in the future in this ongoing impeachment process Republicans said Congressman that. There's in that testimony which was new and a bit eye-popping yesterday that's just hearsay. And therefore invalid respond to that or level of our or that argumentation. Okay we're not in a federal court so whatever the laws of hearsay are do not apply. We're not using the federal rules of evidence in other words. The constitutional investigation actually allows us to use. These are common sense so here you have a distinguished public servant who devoted his life to The United States of America West Point Grad a West Point Grad combat veteran All of it and he reports what he heard and what he told. Now you you can try to question it you can try to undermine it in some way. Were all invited to use our common sense here and the relevant parties will be brought in. This staffer is going to be interviewed. Reviewed and Gordon. Silence GonNa Appear in public and they will undoubtedly attack those people too. I mean the most common thing to me this whole process is when the whistle blower. I came out and spelled out everything that he had learned from other people. The president and his defenders were out there yelling. This is all hearsay. This is all hearsay. Well yeah it was all hearsay. That's how whistle blowers work the whistleblower processes all based on. I think I heard this. I think I heard that. And so now that we have actual direct eye-witnesses to all of the action. We have people who can confirm what happened. In terms of withholding of the money the shakedown Ukrainians. The telephone call call the contemporaneous not transcript unfortunately but memorandum coming from the White House about the call now. The president goes out and leads the search each party. Where's the whistleblower? Where's the whistle blower? That's like you've got a six alarm fire. And all the firetrucks are putting the fire out and people were combating the fire for eight hours. And you've got victims and so on and then it's over and then the arsonist is brought up on charges and he says who knows if there was really fire. Let's get the person who originally called the Fire Department. You know it's ridiculous to that point. I WANNA play sound bite number three l. e. this is Jim Jordan Republican added to the Intelligence Committee by the Republican leadership because he is more It was regarded and said at the time combative and effective therefore quote Unquote Ellie number. Three do you anticipate when we might vote on the ability to have the whistle blower in front of us. Something New the four hundred thirty five members of Congress you are. The only member number who knows who that individual is and your staff is. The only staff of any member of Congress has had a chance to talk with individual. We would like that opportunity. When might that happen in this proceeding today? I as a gentleman knows. That's a false statement. I do not know the identity of the whistle blower. I'm determined to make sure that identity is protected. That second voice you heard is Adam Schiff the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee so this is a fascination as you said four Republicans for the president who the whistle blower is. Do you know who it is. I do not know who it is. I understand that they're right wing outlets they're printing someone's name but I'm not interested in reading it. And for those who hear Republicans say the president has a right to challenge his accuser and they identified the whistle blower as the central accuser. You would say what first of all you have a right to challenger Accuser in court in trial in a trial. The president by the way is not facing a single day in jail based on impeachment. The framers of the constitution designed impeachment to be a cleansing of the office a removal of someone one. WHO's a threat to the character of our constitutional democracy? But he doesn't go to prison for a single day. Now if he gets prosecuted later he will have every right to confront his accuser user in court. In any event the whistle blower is not his accuser. The whistle blower is the person who alerted the inspector general of the intelligence community about what was taking place in terms of the president's betrayal of the rule of law. All of these other people who are coming forward to talk about specific evidence in what they witnessed arguably the president could have the chance to confront them. But he's going to have a chance to do that when the trial takes place in the Senate play for you sound bite from President trump. WHO Yesterday in the aftermath format of that new testimony from William Taylor was asked about this description of a phone call with his ambassador? Gordon's online which according according to William Taylor's testimony. He said he was more interested in investigations about Biden then Ukraine itself l. e.. That's number one. I know nothing about that first time. I've heard the one thing I've seen that Sandelin said was that He did speak to me for a brief moment. And I said no Oh quid pro quo under any circumstances and that's true the other. I've never heard this year response. First of all it was not a quid pro quo. It was a shakedown. It was extortion torsion quid. Pro Quo implies voluntary. So you know but even if he was saying. This is not a shakedown. That's like a bank robber who's running out of the bank holding the bags. Money saying this is not a bank robbery. I mean he can say whatever he wants but the reality of the situation is clear to any reasonable observer. It was was an attempt to rest from the Ukrainian President Zilenski a commitment to validate the discredited conspiracy. Theory about sixteen eighteen that it was the Ukrainians and not the Russians who interfered an election and then to get them involved in our twenty twenty campus. That sounded like a forceful denial to you. I know nothing about that. First Time I've heard you know it sounds like Donald trump meaning. He makes it up as he goes along. But Everything is distraction. In a diversion from the truth. I mean this is a president who's told literally thousands of lies. We impeached bill. Clinton telling one lie under about under under oath about a private act of sex impeachment was designed for treason bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors. They they had no problem. Impeaching Bill Clinton for low crimes and misdemeanors but it was not it was not an attack on the character of our democracy. It was not affairs of state. It was affairs the heart and soul since you brought that up for my audience's perspective is it your opinion that was a misapplication of the impeachment powers of of Congress in the Bill Clinton case. I think it was. It was a pretty extreme extension of congressional power. I wasn't in Congress than you know so I not privy to everything that took place but the basic character of the fence lying about an affair is not what the framers of the Constitution had in mind. Treason is about betraying. The country to foreign enemies. Bribery is about betraying the public interest by elevating your personal interest putting money in your pocket and other we're high high crimes and misdemeanors must mean the same character of offense which is a betrayal of the basic oath of office the founders wanted our presidents to have an undivided loyalty realty to the American people not to Russian oligarchs and not to Saudi murderers and so on but this is a president who has been selling his office out from day. One there have been multiple in continuing violations of the foreign emoluments clause in the domestic emoluments clause and that's the original sin of this administration. He's converted the presidency into a money making operation and then into essentially a reelection campaign. So things you just described you expect any or all of them to be included in articles of impeachment or do you expect articles of impeachment to be entirely about the Ukraine situation. No I hope I am convinced that we need to tell a comprehensive story about how the president has converted a public office into an instrument of private self-enrichment and political advancement. It's the the only thing that tells the complete story that makes in other words. You anticipate multiple articles of impeachment outside multiple. I send question and some of them outside outside of the realm of the Ukraine controversy again nothing has been written yet. And you know this will be the work of the next month or two but You know if I could write them myself what I would say is. This is a president who has converted the office into an instrument of his own. self-enrichment often richmond which totally violates the emoluments clauses. One says that none of us can take a present and emolument which means a payment in officer title from a prince a King being a foreign state of any kind whatever. The domestic emoluments clause says the president is limited to a salary office which can't be increased or decreased and may receive no other emolument or payment from the federal government every time that they go down to mar-a-lago and they spend another seventy five hundred thousand dollars there for the Secret Service Chris to stay an executive office of the President and the Department Defense Department state. They're violating the domestic emoluments clause. He's spent more than one third of his days. At trump properties he's collected millions millions of dollars from the from the US government outside of the domestic emoluments clause and he's collected millions of dollars from foreign governments. Outside of the four. The moments clause. I mean this is a principle that is so strictly observed in American history. That Abraham Lincoln in the middle of the civil war got these beautiful elephant tusks from the king of Siam any loved him and wanted to keep them and he honored the constitution. He sent a letter to Congress. Saying can I keep these elephant elephant tusks and he got a letter back saying Mr President. You're doing a great job in the civil war but no you can't keep the tusks you gotta turn it over to the Department of State and president. After president scrupulously scrupulously observed that this is the only president who has decided to stay in business while president. He's got more than five hundred businesses going. He said he you would not divest himself. He would not put it in a blind trust and he was going to maintain ownership and management but day-to-day management. He delegated to his kids. Okay and so he he's been prostituting office from the very beginning. And it it Safeway naturally into saying I'm going to use not just the presidency but the whole government of the United States in our foreign policy to advance my own reelection and that's the voice of Jamie Raskin our guest on on the takeout at busboys and poets. Yeah I may get back for segment foreign justice from. CBS News. This this is the takeout with Major Garrett..
"maryland" Discussed on The Takeout
"Is oatmeal taken away. A really I was taking away the OATMEAL. It's a minor or leak scandal. Poison poets chicken sauce. I'm beneficiary of that all right that I would like Vegan sausage and then and home fries. That's all it can. I have more T to water. Thank you and a brief digression since you mentioned Vegan sausage you. You are a survivor of colon. Cancer and thereafter changed your approach to diet totally yeah. I'm very strong vegetarian. I've tried to be the Good Vegan to do cheat sometimes and have some goat cheese and my son who's a a very absolute Vegan. He gets in your face. Gets me for that. So but the colon cancer was a turning point. Well yeah a lot of ways I assume I think it was. I was a state Senator Senator back that and I was teaching at law school and You know I did it. All I had chemo I had radiation. I did surgery two times And I was a fifty fifty person I had stage three colon cancer and But I emerged from it and you know we can do another do another breakfast about it some time but you know it gave me very strong feelings about our healthcare system and about the need for everybody to be incorporated in it because it's such a difficulty in such an agony going through something like that to compound people's problems with financial exile and worrying about how it's GonNa be bureaucratic obstacles and other things all of that stuff so But it also made me realize you know. I had not been to the doctor doctor in a long time I was like I think. A lot of men kind of macho about healthcare and Nutrition and stuff like that and I've completely transformed four and my bad ways fascinating as much as I can't. Congratulations on the other side of the I appreciate it Harvard College Harvard Law. So you are a lawyer by education correct training. Does that give you an advantage in this scenario or does it not well. I think I don't fall for a lot of the nonsense. At the Republicans Gins are putting out for example. One of the things they said this week was that that I think well. They were saying. The president's due process rights are being violated related which is absurd the way that the constitution designs impeachment is the House of Representatives acts like a grand jury in a prosecutor accuser. And in a grand jury process or in a prosecutor's indictment process the defendant has no right to be represented defendants. It can't bring their lawyers into grand jury process and start arguing the case that comes later. That's the trial charged right. Yeah and if if you're charged then there's an adversarial process and then that's when the full panoply of constitutional rights kicks in in this process. The trial takes place in the Senate. The House of Representatives passes articles of impeachment. which are like an indictment a litany of charges it goes to the Senate? And that's where the Senate conducts a trial and the Senate. Adopting its its own. Rules will decide exactly how the president gets the defend himself and the presidents have always been able to introduce their evidence. Make an opening statement. Make a closing statement. All of that stuff will happen there. So they just deliberately clouded the issue when they started saying this is a star chamber You know the president is not being represented and so on. It's just a it's a silly diversion from the reality of it. They didn't give Bill Clinton The right to be heard by in Ken Starr's investigation behind independent counsel independent counsel And here There was no independent. Penta counselors special counsel because attorney. General William Barr decided. There was nothing to see here. Look federal laws were implicated. Yeah he said there were no potential central federal crimes. He should have recused himself. Because he's all over the record of what took place there but We expect nothing more embar anymore. He's just the president's can sickly the voice of Jamie Raskin Democrat from Maryland. Where at busboys and poets I major Garrett segment two.
"maryland" Discussed on College Football Live
"Ballgame from here because right now, you just got to focus on ball and try to eliminate some of the distractions and the first ball game up from Maryland a game against Michigan state this weekend. Let's focus on another game this weekend. Little more sizable more college football playoff implications for this one number one, Alabama taking on number three LSU. It's our Wendy's fresh look here on college football live take a look at the last seven meetings between Alabama and LSU. The tide has won all seven of those allowing no more than seventeen points in any of those games with two shutouts. That includes the national championship game to finish the two thousand eleven season. Twenty one's Bama victory. I'm gonna ask you the toughest question. You've been asked all week Emmanuel star with you. Where is Alabama vulnerable? I could lie to you. And try to make up an answer answer out of my. But let's be honest. The honest answer is we don't know. We don't know because we haven't seen it. Sure. They've given up a couple I think seventeen twenty plus point games sherbet to and been benched in the third quarter typically because they're up by so much. I can't say their own LeBron's offense. I cannot say that they're vulnerable on defense. Toe to be totally honest. We don't know. But the only comparison I will draw we didn't know Georgia was Volna Rable because they before they played LSU by the time they played LSU. What was typically a sixty are gain turned into a two yard gain. So I think we will see some very similar instances with this Alabama LSU team because Alabama hasn't seen LSU speed strength into nasty yet. I don't know, man. There's always a vulnerability mean, that's what makes the great players..
"maryland" Discussed on College Football Live
"You do wonder just how much more radioactive DJ Dirk and becomes in terms of where he goes next. He became over the last twenty four hours, not just the decision that was made, but how was handled and the reaction to it. So we'll see what happens there. But guys una player perspective. Their reports out there about a player altercation perhaps there at Maryland after practice you've got some guys that are probably happy with this decision. Some guys that aren't Jonathan as a former player self. How do you move forward inside that locker room? It's hard to understand why the players would be fighting. I don't know the details of it. I know that being a captain for three years at the university of Miami. We would have had a team meeting, and we would have said we're going to come together as they did under Matt Canada. So it is outside of their control to hire fire coaches, but it is within their control of how they're going to respond to whoever is the head coach. So I applaud the teammates that said we're going to respond by they're not playing by walking out not practicing and having more leaders within that team saying this is what we're gonna do because that's what we would have done. There have been no way that he would have been head coach again, it would have been us out the door, and you guys board figure out who's gonna be our coach because it's not going to be him first things. First student athletes, understand just how much power you have. Let's go back to two thousand fifteen in Missouri. When thirty black athletes said they were not going to. Play until the acting president Tim wolf, I believe his name was where to resign. What within seventy two hours? There was his resignation. Let's fast forward now to twenty eighteen at Maryland. Yes. There was a Twitter uproar there was public uproar. But the student athlete said, you know, what we're not going to stand for this. At least the majority of athletes did and the student body followed suit, I read the futon body president met with the president of the university and said, no can't do this isn't gonna fly soon. Athletes realize how much power you have. And then to answer your question. Ultimately, when you think about things the players, I cannot look be Durkan. An I if he were to walk in and give me a team meeting. I'm telling you that right now Vilma if he walked in and I'm sitting reclined in one of my seats like do on T meeting days and in walks head coach, I'm walking out is he walks in. So I think from here you have to rally around each other as a team as a unit as eight or so scholarship players in the hundred four so athletes and figure out how to win..
"maryland" Discussed on College Football Live
"Welcome. To college football presented by John. Drew pampered. One day after being reinstated. Maryland football coach DJ Durkan was fired Wednesday that after school president Wallace Loh met with campus leadership and faculty majority of which express concerns about bringing Durkan back. The about face was met with substantially more public support than the original decision. That was made by the board of regents. There was a sensory leaf that docto condemned. I commend Dr low for making the right decision with insurmountable pressures to do something different yesterday. So to censor relief, not only for my family. But for this team Jordan's teammates as well. For me. Personally. I'm not really playing for head coach playing for. The guy upstairs who you know, we've dedicated the season to get dedicated the rest of my career base in my lifetime. And with that. We welcome you in to the Thursday vision of college football match Amanullah show, and Jonathan Vilma manual start with you, which your reaction to the firing of DJ Durkan day after reinstating the about dang time. I gotta be honest. I was completely disappointed. I was distraught. By the decision to reinstate him in the first place. Utterly ridiculous never should have happened. If there is ever a point in a game in society in life to to not even make an example, but to really apply a legitimate decision and firing someone this was the time. This was the time to prove that football games wins and losses. Do not mean more than life and they failed. Yes, they made up for it on Wednesday to a degree to an extent. I am pleased. But I'm still a poll that he was reinstated in the first place. Yeah. Ottawa Paul is the perfect word to use. Because I sit on the board of trustees for university of Miami. And the first thing we always worry about is are we creating a culture that kids want to go to create a culture that the students can thrive in can they grow can they develop and to keep him and reinstate him that is the complete opposite of what you'd be doing for that football program. I don't understand. What would make them decide? Yes. We want to reinstate this guy to do what what is going to happen with that football program keeping him there knowing that he had a kid die on his watch. Completely appalled. I agree with you wacho and Davey hit the nail on the head. The question. You have to ask yourself is for what is not even as if they tried to even though this would be a legitimate. It's not even as they tried to reinstate Durkin because he is some sort of renown phenomenal all time winningest coach in football history. And even if he was that still wouldn't be. Legitimate. But at the point in which he's an average coach coaching us for what has been an average ballclub. It really just makes no sense. It was embarrassing for Maryland to make that decision, and they deserved all public scrutiny that they got and we'll continue to get because that decision was completely utterly embarrassing. There's no place for that inside. He let the game of football. I couldn't agree more. What I loved none of the student athletes protesting, but the students themselves much more wear much more conscious of what's going on in that university and nuts than not putting up with the poor decisions at the board made..
"maryland" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Issues that that are really driving your campaign and that you hope will bring people back to voting for a democrat for governor. Well, having a Republican governor in Maryland is unusual. I'm like Illinois, actually, which had number of Republican governors business the first time since two thousand six that we do have a Republican governor. And before that, it seems to be that every. Twenty years on. And the reason is that Democrats in two thousand fourteen did not come out and vote. They didn't they. They weren't inspired by candidate and they didn't feel that there was a different between our units and we didn't organize in the way that we're doing now and two thousand eighteen issues that are driving. Our governor has not fully funded our school. That's a number one issue in state who'll making sure that we go back to number one, which we were nationally. And now we're six. They've gone down every year that Larry HOGAN has been governor. The same thing has happened as far as healthcare class right now, we've just running that there's they're, they're trying to do things in our state to to fix a problem that had have occurred where our premiums in Maryland for health insurance. We're going up. For certain premiums up.
"maryland" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"I have with me my co hosts, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly. I'm really excited about tonight. And we have with us today, Susie turn bull who is the democratic nominee for Lieutenant governor in Maryland. Hi Suzy. Hi, great. Stay with you both. Yeah, thanks so much for joining us. Let's just jump in with. Can we ask you a little bit about your background? I know you have a long history with the Democratic Party and how you got into this race or when I, the two of you up and I saw that you're from the mid west. I thought you would wanna know that I really started in politics in Ohio. I'm a girl from the midwest to, and I grew up in Cleveland heights. Ohio went to go on the at the university of Cincinnati, and I got involved in politics and unusual way. In some respects, I was an intern for natty city council when Jerry Springer was a city council member, and I worked with Jerry really crazy, and but it was it was a great time. It was during the at Phnom war war. Protests. There were also issues like clean air and clean water recycling with starting in. So I got in pretty much on the issue ended in politics and was very excited to do that. I moved to Maryland to go to graduate school of university of Maryland, and shortly after I got here, I went to work for Howard Metzenbaum who was a United States Senator from Ohio and was a great congressional of and a great wonderful Senator. And after number of years, I worked on the hill and didn't lots of things. And then I was a lobbyists of city of Toledo before years and and worked on politics from a different angle because it was really helping people and helping the city get federal funding and making government more sensible, the people that was something really important to me, and it was my background, my academic background too. So when I started raise family and saw what was happening Roque Lee and and in Maryland, I walked into a campaign office, pushing a stroller, and I was pregnant at the time and said, I'm here to help. I don't like the Republican candidate at that time for congress and I wanna help you guys. I'm going to be taking some time off when my baby's born and I'm here to help and they looked at me pushing grower eight months pregnant and saying, oh, wait, sure you're going to do that. And I said, no, really? I I will have some time and I help schedule the congressman and got involved in. I never walked away in Maryland. I've been involved for thirty six years and that thirty six year old baby. The thirty eight year old has two babies of his own and in six thirty six year old one has one too. So it's been a long one. Threats. I got involved in this campaign after years, working in the Democratic Party, and and I'm national organizations because in two thousand eighteen women have, do the women have to stand up in step up and speak out for what is right, and what is important, whether whether you get involved because you don't, you're concerned about gun safety, whether you get involved because you're concerned about world, whether you're you get involved because you're carrying about healthcare. There is a place for everyone right now just stand up in beak out and to get engaged. So when I met then jealous who was a candidate for governor last year and we sat down and talked about college affordability and fully funding our schools and healthcare class. There was no way I was gonna say. No, it was clearly something that I wanted to do at a time when women were stepping up across our country. So I am trying to understand a little bit about Maryland and how Maryland sort of ended up with a Republican governors. So we think of Maryland is such a very blue place than the congressional representation from Maryland is overwhelmingly democrat, and the state house in the state Senate are supermajority democrat, and yet there's a Republican governor. I live in Illinois, which has the same oddity, but. Not quite as democratic as Maryland. So what do you think are some of the issues that people are thinking about when the voting and what are the.
"maryland" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Take that mess of the hit. Look time is still the head coach at Michigan state. You know, Shawn, Miller survived is resort, and people are just gonna kinda blow off going into the college basketball season. I'm not saying this isn't something that's going to stain for been in his career, but I think he, I think he's be the house. They didn't coach. Yeah, I, I agree with you. I think the Maryland situation is far for for more sensitive in terms of, you know, the same president who who unloaded on everyone today coming back and saying this, he, he, he wouldn't be there by the way, but but but yeah, you're right. By the way we seen the president Ohio State University. No, because there's a problem with that where either early layer did everything right by the book, technically. Any told us appears and then on the superiors where. Okay. Now, what do you do with that? If you're, you're out that university president because apparently then if you if you're gonna buy that they, okay. Well, urban, even though the bucks with those kind stop there and a lot of ways if he did do everything technically correct, and he told his bosses and superiors. Well, that means athlete directors and people above him, start to get the hot water as well. Good point. Peter is football season. I know we've covered a lot of ground moves. A lot of before we get to the next question which has been on the minds of a lot of our listeners viewers and callers. And that's the situation in Alabama. Most people believe that Jalen hurts is going to lose the starting job in spite of his resume. What do you think? I think they're gonna figure out some way to rotate these guys around. I, if it were me, I thought it was Nick Sabin. I truly wish I was. I figure out a way to say, hey, look, you know, look, what happened? Little house. Braxton Miller made a whole lot of money to make money as NFL caliber receiver. If you say jail hurts, you're not an NFL quarterback. You're not gonna play that position at the next level, but there is a rough summer for you. Just listen to us, coach you up and we will find a way to get you the next level. That's a that's a makeable argument at the same time. Lets see. My you'll struggles. Let's see, obviously don't want to be hurt, but he does get hurt then who better to have to step in then Jalen hurts. The other flipside of this is your saving just say, hey, look, you know, we'd love to have your part of this program, but we're probably win the national championship. If you're here, if you're not, you know. So do what you need to do. We're gonna support any way shape or form. We'd love to have you here, but you can't have a whole lot of waves being made with this team. 'cause we're just that good tech with us from college football news. This is the season is actually been going on for some time. Where people make predictions, you've been known to make a few fearless of your own. Let's get to some of the some of the ones that you have either given the most time to or the least time to have added one that I see them have make prediction. Understand that probably really well, yeah, this is trying to figure out Georgia and it's the state trap that I've fallen into the live other people's falling into the west years. Clemson, where Clinton luster, entire NFL defensive line, of course, they're going to take a step back. What do they do? They come back and win the national championship close to Shawn Watson and all of a quarterback. There's no way you move out about the Sean what, and like Williams and all the talent that was on that team from last year offensively and the number one seed the college football, playoff Georgia might be that. So this part of me that thinks is good as Georgia was obviously dogging that even last year coming within overtime, winning the national championship, the SEC east is obviously down. And this year's going to be a whole lot better. There's probably two losses there and they miss on the college football playoff, or they're just that good. And they just reload that cast and Clemson, and they're just right there in the college football playoff against long thing. I think Clinton's gonna lose a couple games this year, South Carolina..
"maryland" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Your phone calls at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five. We'll keep monitoring the Maryland situation, although it's pretty well settled in for the day that some some personnel decisions have been made, but the head coach survives for now listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Okay. We were joking about the spreads since I don't bet. I don't know anything about it, but they borrow knows a little bit about the matrix. He joins us now, Dave always a pleasure. Thanks for returning to the program with college football metrics metrics at college, football metrics or matrix what which matrix. I suppose, Dave. Thanks for being here. Awesome to be on and got a love the love the drumline in the background man. Is there anything that says college football more than just the drumline going? I don't think so. No. I'm glad you noted that we'll we'll make sure that we send you the home, the home game version of that. It's okay day before we get to deepen the numbers. I asked you this all the time. Explain the process. Storyteller with numbers. That's it. The bottom line, you know, I try to take numbers that correlate to winning and losing and try to use those to explain what's going to happen on the football field. Not perfect, but certainly a different perspective in trying to approach every game each season. So let's start with Alabama. And in when you talk about Alabama, there's a million places you can go. You always start with saving and every year there is tremendous turnover at the coordinator position this year. The big turnover? Well, it's both on both sides of the ball, but Mike Loxley is the offense coordinator tasha poi- the defensive coordinator. These are things to keep your eye on, I suppose. So let's start with Alabama. What are what are you? What are you looking at? Well, I think the coordinator position is is exactly the window of opportunity for the rest of the country. Okay. One of the numbers that we have created over the last decade of doing this and head coaches use these grades athletic directors use these grades that we put out. We have a grading scale for every offensive and defensive coordinator in the country. In the scale is based on a couple of factors, not just the performance, but the. The talent of the team, the teams, they're playing the expected score by Vegas, so we can actually take biggest scores and compare it to offense of defensive coordinator expectations. So right now with Alabama with with Loxley, you have a degrade defensive coordinator with Lepore. You have a C-grade defensive coordinator, excuse me, Loxley degrade offensive coordinator. Now, the reason that so important is in the last fifteen years, there have been only two cases where a team at a ofensive or defensive coordinator going into the season with less than a B-grade that one national title that was Auburn in two thousand ten with a secret defensive coordinator. Okay. But that was Cam Newton year, and then you also have not surprisingly Nick Sabin with the offensive coordinator from the NFL with no. Great. Okay. So. Oh, but thirteen of the last fifteen years every national championship team has at least a b grade coordinator duo or better this year with Alabama. You don't have a big raid for either one. They're both below that. So while Nick has amazingly cold and a lot of different things, this is one of the things that I think when the rest of the country is saying, hey, how can we beat Alabama?.
"maryland" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Otherwise, you know this to happen, but you know, these young kids, they won't play for kosher like early Bruce of Bobby Knight, you know of ocean Bessler that treat their players that way. They won't play form. Woshah word gets out the bottom of. Fall out every cruelty, so they had run with the line whether coach did, no, that ain't gonna cut it now codes because you gotta deal. Thanks coach buy much. Really. Great. And now you listen, you hate to let optics and political correctness run. Rampant and and I think most people can can deal with it. But when you have something like this and and I don't know how many of these, but when the president of the university comes out and says, we were wrong. We apologize that's unusual because you know he is a lawyer and he knows that every time he says something like that. It's causing his university money, which tells me they probably already agreed on a settlement. That's that. Therefore they can. They can make that statement. Thanks, thanks for the call. Do appreciate it. Let's continue more phone calls now and Joe in Denver, welcome Joe. Good afternoon. Hey, doing Paul grew up in Maryland for a while. So just kinda watching this and I turned twenty seven recently and seeing like a nineteen year old kid pass really struck me in a way, but I agree with you as far as the president low, how he came out and kind of set the standard for how a president should address address one of these situations. And I was almost like I was floored by just kind of watching it and I don't know as far as Durgin being tied to this coach, how do you feel about that as far as like, how you kind of touched on it on the segment before about how the university can stand up and say, this is gonna be our coach for the program. I thought, I mean, you can make a salient point and say that strengthening conditioning and the sports medicine part is a separate entity. Even though search. State often interfere, but but ultimately, when your program is under assault, you have to, you have to people that you look to. It's the head football coach and the athlete director, athletic director, literally just got his job. The head football coach has been there awhile, and he is the person that that is being paid enormous sums of money, and he is the person that you you determine whether he can lead that program or not. And and I'm, I'm not advocating, I don't know, coach Dorgan at all. I know a little bit about his reputation, but it's his program. It's no one else's. And if this is happening, this is happening on his watch then who is responsible. Yeah, that's same situation that got the coach in Miami fired. Was that Philbin? Yeah, the bullying situation. So the mowing partner to me is is is very disturbing because that is a cultural issue. And that's where I go to. 'cause I feel with the bullying on top of this trying to misdiagnose thing where I guess they said maybe, oh, he's not. He's being upon clay. He just needs to toughen up. Is that cultural toots where it is just kind of deal to make it super tough on players. Even though if it wasn't like strength and conditioning isn't as deal, but he obviously sets, he sets the tone sets the culture for how things are supposed to happen. I played football in Maryland and that summer heat is no joke like, and I feel like as far as being my age, we were kind of the last of the group of children that were like looked after. We would practice like five days a week for three hours hitting sleds and stuff. And obviously, I feel cultures changed a lot and kind of my question. Do you feel like staff need to expand more like with concussions? They added a couple more doctors. And now if you. This show, this is not my expertise, but I do know been friends with a number of sports medicine specialists and. I think I, I don't think the profession has ever been better. I think you can add ten more on every campus and it's not going to change. One thing that Maryland is and I don't. I don't know much about Maryland other than the fact that it's a school that would have excellent medical care..
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"So we are back in glad you're with us in case you have not been paying attention a news conference wrapping up just moments ago in college park, Maryland, talking about the future there of the current coach. If you haven't been following, it may twenty ninth Jordan McNair hospitalized after participating in team workouts. He died two weeks later due to heatstroke Maryland, announce an external review couple of days ago, ESPN reported allegations of toxic coaching culture to staff members placed on administrative leave and DJ Durkan who formerly coached under. We'll mush champ at Florida was placed onto ministration of leave today. The president Wallace Loh delivering a stem winder announced that Rick court. The strength and conditioning coach has been fired. He personally apologized to the family earlier today in Baltimore, and now there is a watch on the. Determine or to see what the university determines in relation to the head football coach, many believe he will be fired. Some are wondering maybe he'll keep his job committee. Another one of these committees has been appointed by Wallace low, the president, Wallace slow distinguish president. Very controversial at times. Former has a law degree from Yale, and he took responsibility today. This news cover something. I rarely hear any person in intercollegiate athletics do, but was it too late and has gone far enough? It will be very interesting to watch the reaction to this more news from Ohio State Zac Smith never total. How state or Meyer about his twenty thirteen drunken driving. Apparently he never told her or anything. Urban Meyer just has not been very aware of anything. One of his proteges has been doing for the last general Evan years. So that story you suspect will end this week, that's that's when the. Two week deadline will come to an end. We'll keep our eyes on that one. Very, very closely. Phone number is eight, five, five to four to seven to eight five. Let's begin taking phone calls here and look forward to hearing from you. Andre is first up Andre. Good afternoon. Welcome to the program. Coach, Paul ball. Oh, are you doing great. Good to hear from you just when you think things could get any uglier in college? Football here comes the university of male. Listen, the coast DJ Dirk. He gonna pack it back. I don't care what we'll must champ saying. And he talks about unnamed sources. Tell the nation how they took Watergate, how Watergate took president Nissen down the drew unnamed sources though. Oh, let's call this double tall trying to cover the guy. This guy never coach game. Would you trust your kid to go to the university of Maryland to play ball, but this guy, by the way, I just got finished doing show with some colleagues on that, and and that's really the problem. I mean, this may not specifically come under the purview of the head football coach, but but he is the face of the program. And I said it minute ago and I'll say it again. I, I'll be surprised, keeps his job because whether you like. Or not Andrei optics really matter when you've had a death and when you have a lawsuit pending, and when the attorney for the family has demanded that he'd be fired coach, listen thirty five years ago when I played football Vicksburg Mississippi, Vicksburg high. When you got thirsty, they gave you so peel, how backwards is that. But we didn't know in about at the time coast, they had a whole Jew assault field and they would pass them out in the mindset back then if you wanna water you week, I'm shop that we didn't have more people that have died from he's stroke, but I'm pretty sure it happened, but you just didn't have the technology or the means of communication to spread the word..
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"The pride passion and patterns of college football lives here this he's the Paul finebaum show. And welcome back to the program what a day to remember. Let me double check and see if I have this date. Correct. It is August fourteenth. Where were you for years ago today? If you were watching this network, you saw day one the SEC network launched four years ago and look at it now. Other headlines making the rounds other than the trip back on memory lane. I don't know where this headline Cam from, but we were talking yesterday about the Alabama quarterback situation. I said, I'd heard that the quarterback competition pretty much over. I know Nick Sabin enjoyed hearing that to a has. Put a stamp on the job Jalen battling MAG Jones. For number two. Apparently the story made its way all over the college and college football world, and it even made it to a former NBA great disrespect would asks rule. That's flagrant, and here's the thing. This guy lost two games in two years. He show that he can be a really productive player leading that football team. Now, granted, we know Alabama quarterbacks don't go on to be all pros in the in the NFL under Nick Sabin towards more defensive driven run game, and they a lot of times are being required to be gay managers. I get dead. However, his productivity speaks for itself. Jalen rose. Speaking about the obvious speaking about the Maryland situation in things are so crazy. Anyway, we have more to talk about today. There are other stories, making the rounds. We do the normal. Drill here on the program. Full. All the pharma. Paul's all. Paul. Hill mix..
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"Gladys doubleteam kaby spun away from it and finish that play he's got five and were tied at forty six maryland as a basketball blown left right this is turned into a active of again morris out with a basketball outfought now the coward dr generate reverse was way off the mark and rebound though gaba by marilyn now heard or drive towards the basket in we gotta whistle well it again not a lot of body contact other driver vote third of a did lankford would've off that's lankford slurred in the fourth against michigan say so laggards got four he comes out miles bridges goes back in on the bank his caches in with three in lankford has three along with jackson and winstons zillow's are are three stars were three thousand each maryland's got the basketball out front cowan 1210 ago is a wide open 3 no good this time by mickens and on the long rebound we've got a whistle as ward is on the deck well is so is john ob sovietera get ob would have filed for grab it well that's a first on obt 6'9 graduate from girl don maryland were tied to 46 we've got 1205 the go i have time emily she was down by thirteen the obama back to take the lead and were tied at this moment dumped on narrow the basketball zammar she goes right to the growing nadal miles bridges maoz step back to top of the key but by miles bridges and i am a huge backup 'biojuice forty eight the 46 such a pretty one on one play hurter can't guard bridges seven for bridges under twelve to go mas you by two marilyn's got the basketball we are on the road azerbaijan working on lankford giggs out headfake here comes along to jerod mayo balabagan's michigan's grade mental basket is gone again i was going to go against jaren jackson lara's the poor power jackson in that cannot be a good thing whoa well we got a timeout 11th wanted really go its missionaries they 48 maryland forty.
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"The whites their whereas got your dual fresh reich strong wonders who could ready to give the scottish line has for the mailing terrapin brother the turks drummond hitmen serving albia their foreign five a big kemp way they could not so good on the road they've been off with great at home but the biggest problem is that his beat up on her boy exactly the one thing they need more than anything was rescued i gotta this week to have played sets one day show or they are guys they play a lot of minutes anthony calendar starting point guard plays the most vince abedi one to take it harder lurched shooting guard placed the failed both sell those guys really needed operate and some other injured players may be got healthy as well so michigan state i wanted not a lot of time to get ready for this game maryland a whole almost a whole week who the red if well don dot the band the pregame show ashley cowan nablus for twenty six to these lansing played pretty well nygren and down when you take a look at what he has done uh in big template continues get better as they did you do more evaluating to me almost twenty point were god ballgame in the conference but at the end of the day woods chairman terrible murder who guy with reporting point to go gogga to guys there's money crusher marched down ball and as you go two guys aren't on the beat listening today no no exactly as it has been saying to the work hard to contain those two wires and so it almost in a way let the other guy beat them here's a sign that may be the these guys are getting a little tired kaolin a terrific free throw shooter last time out added the eta went twoforfour so his legs might begin all tired we'll see how he does shoot the ball and hurt or one of the great shooters he's in vegas everything before they gave her a blacklist we'll see again how he does later of again how could he not be getting tired you'll have to be brought it here either young guys two annika would would you or me doing it with you debt but those get highspeed foaming twenty.
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"Detroit dot com hard earned victory maryland never did back down they struggled at times could barely move the football for most of the day change quarterbacks that when back to their starter he got hot and i'm sure they're thicker that locker event if we had a few more minutes we could have made this a real football game but the spurs were able to answer the bell and win what turned out to be a pretty hotly contested football game sure word none of them are easy and the big ten for weektoweek you have to bring your a game if you don't believe ask guys our right now you know they they just lost a purdue and this can happen to anybody in this in this league mistake was able to do it last year of engineer lost a maryland on the road this year closing it out for the seniors who've gone through a lot lot of wins lineups a lot of downs and they finish on a high note in spartan stadium congratulations to the senior class the coaching staff the entire squad and thanks to the fans for toughen it out today great job is our analyst jason strayhorn our side led reporter says newman our broadcasts doses will even larry cernik are statistician an ira gave on our spotter brian is the field tech rob bennett in brennan ems while there are in the studio our engineer nice job by tony good stellar and we love the producer director the boss of here the booth wendy heart thanks everybody for listing for me i'll just remind you want more time to final score here was the spartan seven three seven stay with us the spartan locker.
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"At eight mile and southfield well but thirty due to go the football game bush spartan stadium knees lansing in the snow seventeen nothing emma issue let's go by the numbers now with the ms you federal credit union fsu ufc you a proud supporter of michigan state university and also celebrating its eightieth anniversary joined now by opening an account today could grads do events ufc use first eighty years here's a very young jason strayhorn hurry them as us 55 plays for two hundred sixty nine yards with a four point nine yards per play average maryland 37 plays for ninety one yards everton only two point five yards for first downs which can say what seventeen maryland with four and the spartans lead to seventeen did nothing the voice of the varela terrapins and a former famous top forty radio this jackie johnny halliday apparently celebrating his eighty th anniversary as well they look a day over 50 gorgeous loggers back in a quarterback for farallon they have at their forty one yard line with the spartans we'll have to contend with a little better passer four wide receivers for the terrapin snap back to port schlager throws left side it is incomplete up banned over the outstretched fingertips of dj bore that about bid field now malta sale it on both quarterback are all three quarterbacks those plates today so far doesn't seem like a very howling wind with whatever reason their ball is just float may have died down just a little bit second down in tan maryland at it's forty one yard line four why doubts that a snap back uh uh throw out in the left side is going to be caught by dj bore or makes the grab at the forty six yard line thrown back by antoine simmons it'll be third down now and five now these guys earner their scholarships today oh yes they are it's a tough tough times what conditions the player but i that's why you play their george yeah forty yards total for both teams in.