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1.29 The New England Round-Up

The Political History of the United States

24:14 min | 1 year ago

1.29 The New England Round-Up

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode. One Point Twenty nine the New England roundup. Well here we are guys. Fifteen episodes was on New England and today we are going to finally wrap this up now. Of course we aren't really going to be leaving New England for all that long throughout the colonial period of the United States. New England is going to remain in epicenter of events. However for the sake of this season I needed to find a place to draw the line in the sand and this seems like as good a time as any be four we move on for today? I WANNA give a brief idea of where the podcast is going for the rest of this season after today. Okay we only have got one more episode in the main narrative next time we are going to jump in and look at the introduction of slavery into the colonies after that we are going to be ready to get into the review episodes. Now here's the good news. I'm a little bit further ahead on research and other things than I thought I would be at this point so we are not going to be looking at a long break in between the seasons like I hit originally thought at this point my plan is to take one week off sometime around Christmas and battle be about. How did we will have a two part review episode where we go back and look at all of the different things and try to draw some strings together and then we will jump right in to the second season so at at this point I anticipate that we are only going to have a one week break sometime around the holidays other than that the podcast will just keep moving to begin for today? I want to start by discussing Cassini events in England and how they are over in New England way back in episode one point thirteen. We had talked about the fact that when the English civil wars came Virginia had remained and a holdout for as long as possible against parliament and specifically against Oliver Cromwell. This along with re electing William Berkeley as their governor set. Virginia up very very nicely for when the restoration rose around in the sixteen sixties events. Were very different. However in New England Oliver Cromwell was appeared in? And let's not forget why all of the puritans left England in the first place there was widespread persecution of the puritans throughout the sixteen twenties and thirties. So many of the colonial leaders became colonists in direct response to the practices of Charles the first and more specifically his henchmen William laud the policies of of Charles the I n laud were the reason for the great migration happening and while I can't find a source specifically stating this. I think it is a pretty safe bet that when laud was beheaded in January wary of sixteen forty five there was not exactly a lot of colonists grieving his death even with the execution of Charles I I would imagine that celebrations were a a bit more muted than in the case with William Lod however there was very little love for Charles the first amongst the puritans in the case of Virginia. They found themselves on the wrong wrong side of the battle having remained loyal the house stewart however the effects were fairly minimal. There over in Virginia. When they're governor was forced to resign? There was little practical who affect in Virginia with New England. However the Connie had been built upon animosity towards law and the king? So this is where I tell you about the great battle between new New England in Virginia. Right after all New England Puritan and Virginia would remain aligned with the crown. Of course everybody would want desperately defend their honor right the at now. That battle never came and was never really much of a risk throughout the duration of English of wars as well as the English interregnum the a period where the nation was under the protectorate following. The fall of Charles the first and the ascension of Charles the second there was only a single skirmish in the English. Civil war fought in North America. It was in in Maryland near Annapolis and right around fifty people died. This is going to go down in sixteen fifty five on the ground. In New England itself there was no actual fighting or violence. The major tangible effect was a reduction in the population any decline in the immigration rate. As I mentioned just a moment ago the cause of the great migration was largely driven by the policies of William Laud puritans attempting to avoid his persecution decided that it was a great time to get out of dodge left their homes with around twenty five thousand finding their way to North America tap following the end of Charles the first period of personal rule and the establishment of what would become known as the long parliament aptly named because it remained in session until sixteen sixty pence was very very long. We see those who had been loyal to Charles Begin to get impeached and arrested. This includes men. Like William Laud the beginning of the Long March effectively marks at the end of the great migration to New England despite how stable things have begun to appear throughout Massachusetts and the rest of New England in all fairness things are still pretty rough rough given the choice pretty much anybody is going to want to remain in England as opposed to packing up and heading across the Atlantic as the threat of persecution diminished. The need to hop on a boat at emigrate across the Atlantic to New England was also drastically reduced on top of that. In addition to the reduction in immigration from England New England there was a portion of the population. Who believed that? This would be a good time to head back across the Atlantic the other direction and return home to England by the a sixteen forty head rolled around life in New England was at least becoming bearable however people were not starving in the colony was not overcome with illness and disease. Plus for a lot of colonist honest they had a good thing going in New England that they would lose if they decided to return back home. Well nobody. New England was preaching for anything that resembled a desire for independence from the crown. It's it's not like the crown had ever really exercise that much control over the New England colonies Charles. The I was busy throughout the sixteen. Thirty s not calling parliament and trying to raise he's funds. He didn't really have the time to worry about trivial matters. Like how the New England colonies were off effectively governing themselves. None of the puritans in New England would would have been all that upset though admittedly they were probably a bit surprised at the execution of Charles. The first they were likely thrilled to see a puritan England getting more of a foothold old but for those living in New England six forty they hit spent the last decade living in a puritan nation basically unchecked and largely unnoticed in that way there was very little pointing pointing returning to England for a period in haven when they already had one in New England. Some do go back there for to fight most chose to remain right there. In New England the period ends as devout as they were did not believe that piety and poverty went hand in hand the periods more than happy to make money and economic prosperity absolutely was a keen interest to them. So then how did the puritans go about making their money. Unlike what we saw down in Virginia there is never a point where a single staple crop appears. Tobacco is a crop that is going to completely define the southern United States and along with cotton are going to become the stables of that region tobacco and Conard are going to play significant roles in the history of the southern United States and ultimately the United States at large however the situation in New England is different. The primary Mary way that wealth found its way into new. England was from communist coming over from England in other words New England depended on the fact that the new communist coming over from England. Good brought with them. Wealth that transfer of wealth from England into the colony was initially self sustaining especially during the sixteen thirty s during the great migration. It for obvious reasons over this is an inherently unstable system if that steady flood of new colonists were to say dry up it is going to completely stall the economy to me as we now know by the time sixteen forty one arrives. The great migration was over that steady stream of communist dried up this form. Some of gathering wealth is obviously never going to be sustainable. And this wouldn't have been a surprise to anybody with the end of the great migration and immediate need to diversify. The economy of new league became a paramount concern. This as economic depression began to settle it at the end of the great migration. What initially emerged? Was He fishing. Trade the ocean right off. The coast of New England was already a popular spot for fishing. However the English Civil Wars had been a boon to the new englanders English fishing boats could not easily easily get off the English coast to fish with the ongoing civil wars? This gave the new Englanders a competitive advantage. The Communists would ship the high quality product to Spain vein in other parts of Europe. Well the low quality catch went south to the West indies to feed the growing slave population. Something that we will talk more about next time for or the PURITANS and economy based on fishing was great because hey we all like economic prosperity the problem however is that the puritans and the fishermen didn't really get along long. This is going to be a shocking revelation sailors especially those coming to North America to make money in the sixteen. Forty s didn't exactly have a reputation of high. Hi moral fiber guys like to drink swear and do all of the other unsavory things that sailors do. The periods were aghast at the behavior. And we're always careful not to let this unwelcomed profitable group disrupt their carefully curated colony to keep fishing from for me the one and only cash crop in New England and having that culture completely take over it was necessary for the puritans to further diversify the economy what emerges here is something that would become a staple of the New England way of life the family farm instead of the huge plantation system that we see emerging in the south new Englanders instead focused on smaller farms which brought dual benefits. I A small farm was great for personal sustenance. You could grow your own food which you could then eat yourself. The other benefit is that the remainder remainder of that food that you grew south that you personally did not need to eat was a great source of income. Well a small surplus food might not have been enough for any single person to get rich. When taken in the aggregate New England was producing large amounts of surplus that could then be sold? Him Bull was again. This was often means sold to to the West indies where the growing slave population put new demands on that region to produce food the crops for sale included every report beef barley and dairy products as well as things like timber tar and plant board by selling surplus from otherwise small family farms. The puritans were able to accomplish a couple of importing goals first and most importantly to them they were able to turn a nice profit which everybody was happy about second they were able to keep fishing and more importantly fishermen from taking over the economy and inevitably Indian their way of life. The small individual farm is going to become an important part of the fabric of New England life and is going to remain a characterizing feature of it moving on into the future this form of an economy is also going to lead to other developments that are going to end up being important in the long term. The large plantations in Virginia required huge amounts of labor. Tobacco is a labor intensive crop and required a large amount of manpower. The best way to you. Get that manpower. In the sixteen forty's was through slavery. In New England. Smaller personal farms were far less labor dependent. Most of the food was grown by the individual family with just surplus being sold back. These are not the massive farming operations and the need for slave. Labor was far less than New England than in Virginia. This isn't to say that slavery doesn't exist in New England because it does however it doesn't exist to the same extent that it will develop in Virginia nor is that as critical part of the economy the Economic Structure Virginia depended on slavery and in New England that just doesn't ring true now in all fairness the New England economy still was depended on slavery though in a different way well slave labor was not a huge facet of the New England economy. The West indies was a huge huge buyer of the surplus being created by the small farms as well as the be great fish supply where the primary consumer of the goods was the growing slave population. Shen if the West indie system collapsed the New England economy was going down with it over the remainder of the seventeenth century. We are going to see the economy of new linguine. Become more diverse as manufacturing is going to become a key component of that economy. Well this is not going to be part of our story for today. A continues with the general general trend that there was never any one single cash crop in New England but rather numerous things that will come into play having so much diversity. In the market meant that the new England colonies were more insulated from economic downturns and that ultimately they would not have the absolute reliance on a small number of things like we're going to see in Virginia Jinya as with the economy. We see that defense is something that is ultimately going to become a regional in nature as opposed to strictly limited to any single colony. The the defense of the colony would really become paramount importance following the quote war as for the first time the threat of local Indian tribes really hit home. Dangers of the date of crabs was not a secret before that of course everybody was acutely aware of the sixteen twenty two massacre in Jamestown and it is something that was always on on the mind of the colonists however as we've discussed before in New England there wasn't really a powered and or an open Shinkin out. There have been some early skirmishes impressions that we he talked about previously but there was never anything on par with what we saw in Jamestown. Even the events that led to the quote war look dubious at best as the coloniser New England appeared to be looking for a fight despite in overwhelming. If not troubling victory in the war new Englanders realized the importance of having something in place to defend the security of the colonies what emerges from this is the New England confederation. The New England Confederation was formed in sixteen forty three and was made up of Massachusetts Plymouth. Limited new haven and Connecticut as we discussed last week Rhode Island was not invited to the party. The New England Confederation does a couple things but before we go into those things I want to get out there and dispel any thought that there was any kind of centralized government here. So don't start thinking of this as a confederation of states or anything like that. It just wasn't the New England. Confederation was at best a week alliance in function. All it really did was provide a handful of solutions for inter colonial law relations and dispute resolutions as they came up. The confederation also did provide a framework for the colonies to have a the defensive alliance. Things really don't progress much further than that. However the New England Confederation will become important during the first anglo-dutch war in the sixteen fifties? He's despite Massachusetts declining to participate. And that it will become a very major part of King Philip's war which we are going to discuss in much much more depth next season for now I simply wanted to introduce that. There was a basic plan for the mutual defense of the colonies. And let you know that this was a thing next next season we will get to see how if functions in reality we have spent the last fifteen episodes in New England and now before we move on. I'd like to take the rest of today to look at some of the overarching themes and differences between Massachusetts and the other colony. We talked in depth about Virginia. The differences between the two colonies knees is immediately apparent by looking at the reasoning behind their establishment. Jamestown was founded. Because people wanted to make money there was flowery language to make make themselves feel better that they were going over to introduce the native populations to Christianity however the truth will always be the primary motivator was financial. Everybody knew that the Spanish were making a killing down. What would become Mexico? Those coming to Jamestown were looking for their fortune. The founding of new kingland could not be any different instead of a colony founded on the sole idea of making money. New England became a refuge. For those being religiously persecuted in England I I the pilgrims who had found themselves on the wrong side of the crown and later the much larger persecution of puritans in England leading to the great migration as those heading to New England were. We're trying to escape from the religious tension at home. Their goal was to form a more perfect place to practice their faith in the words of John Winthrop they wanted to create a city city on the hill. They wanted a place that all the other puritans could look at and be amazed at their purity. This however was always going going to be a totally impossible goal and is something that was doomed to fail before it even got started. Part of the problem is that there was just never one kind of puritan new New England we have beaten the separatists versus internal reform. Difference to death at this point. And I don't plan on rehashing it all again here. However this is just one of the many differences that existed amongst the different groups Massachusetts is the center of the New England Universe and would remain noticeably intolerant throughout the sixteenth thirties ladies and forties? This is something that would lead to further fracturing of the colony by the time we rolling to the sixty and forties we have gone from two colonies Plymouth Massachusetts Bay colony and have expanded out to include Connecticut. New Haven New Hampshire Rhode Island. These differences between the groups was going to make it impossible for for New England to ever become that city on the hill that winthrop Fultz so hard to establish England. Didn't look across. The Atlantic and marvel at the Utopian appeared in land on the other side in fact the puritans back in England hardly notice what was going on across the Atlantic. They were distracted by their own concerns. which was was not running off to create some puritan haven but was rather turning England itself into that period and homeland it can be argued that the English civil war effectively typically remove the need for New England? Altogether after all persecution in England was now theoretically a thing of the past. Both William Watt and Charles himself had been removed from power and then subsequently executed. England was in the hands of parliament which was by the sixty thirties. A very puritan body Oliver Cromwell. I'm all who was well on his way to becoming the Lord protectorate a term that he used instead of the suddenly out of vote. King was himself a puritan. We have seen the intangible effects of this as well in the colonies after the sixteen forties the immigration rate from England to New England slows. Down dramatically in this way Massachusetts and New England as a whole is going to fall short of that goal becoming a city on the hill however despite not accomplishing this in New England is going to become impactful in other ways that in the sixteen forties ladies are totally lost on everybody both in New England and England itself. I didn't touch on it much at the time but one of the most critical things that I see coming out of New England at this time. Was it educated population way back in episode one point four. When we talked about religion I had spent some time talking about how for Protestants? It's it was the Bible. Not The clergy that stood at the center of the world. Are Calvinism Puritans who were certainly in agreement that the Bible should be at the very core of the religious practices recognize that it was not enough for somebody to read the Bible to them but rather than they themselves needed to be able to read the Bible what emerges is therefore is a highly literate. Society Literacy requires education which is something that would become a central part of life in New England by the sixteen forty s there there were basic requirements in place that ensured parents made sure that their children could read and write grammar. Schools would appear become part of life for children in New England. Now at at this point the concert is being able to read the Bible however in the years decades and centuries to follow that dedication to educated population is gonNA have other effects. Perfect as well knowing that such a wide portion of the population could read and write. Is it any surprise that during the seventeen sixty s it is going to be New England. That descent begins begins to form towards the crown. When political pamphlets begin to proliferate you ended up with an educated literate population to receive those pamphlets to be fair there there are a lot more reasons? Why New England is going to become the epicenter political disatisfaction and eventually rebellion during the seventeenth sixties and Seventies? We are of course going to be addressing all of those issues as they come our way however very early on we see movements any direction that make this possible specifically typically with that high literacy rate ultimately the first twenty years in New England or thirty years. If you're in Plymouth can be defined by a handful of key characteristics characteristics. Well they did not necessarily become the city on the hill they did become self sufficient in a very short period of time they develop built their own legal codes and governments and while I remain very hesitant to say that they were doing anything. Outside of what was necessary. New England was operating more or less independently of England as we have discussed. This wasn't necessarily New England making early assertions of their independence from the crown but rather it was from the fact that England and was busy preparing for and fighting civil wars. They didn't have the time to mess around with a handful of colonies. Half a world away for people like winthrop Williams Hutchinson and Bradford. This allowed them the opportunity to put themselves into leadership roles and make society in the way they deemed fit. Well there is no talk of separation and we need to be careful believing that the colonies were producing constitutions the colonies were forging their own path. Breath it is also inputted understand that this is going to sit up conditions that are going to have very long term impacts for New England and for the future feature United States at large. Well there was no talk of separation in the sixteen forty s at all. Nobody was wanting more control by England. Would they were plenty happy doing their own thing and running their own government without having to worry about interference from the home islands. The relative independence that New England is afforded adhere. The very beginning of their existence is something that they are going to not only value but they are going to come to view it as a basic right through out the next few seasons and especially next season we are going to see time and time again. What happens when England makes attempts to regain some of that control over New England and spoiler oiler alert? It generally is not going to be something that ends well. Everybody was very happy being left alone and with that I'm going to give the new Englanders. Their wish and leave them alone. We spent fifteen weeks now exploring New England and I'm finally feeling ready to sit there a story aside momentarily at least a move forward however for those of you who just love the history of New England. We are going to be back often over the next. Several seasons as New England England is going to play such a pivotal role in our story. Next time we are going to take some time and explore the introduction of slavery into the Cool Neil United States dates few things are going to affect and shape the United States more than slavery and by the time that sixteen fifty rolls around it is slowly growing in the colonies. This as always. I want to thank you all for listening. We will be back here next time to discuss the introduction of slavery for my listeners in the United States I hope you all have a wonderful things giving and for everybody else no matter where you are. I hope you have a wonderful two weeks

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Would Jadeveon Clowney Be a Fit in New England? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

04:39 min | 11 months ago

Would Jadeveon Clowney Be a Fit in New England? | Patriots Press Pass

"The. In cloudy now linked to the New England patriots I'm Sierra goodwill here with Evan Lazar in just like Cam Newton. It seemed like a very far fetched idea that this would ever be possible because we know the Patriots were up against it when it came to the salary cap. Now we have some money. They have some space. Why does this make center white? Could this happen in? County could potentially come to New England now while it's just I offset. Offset this is all just internet rumor in hype at this point nothing from inside the organization at saying that cloudy is a real possibility, but with that being said this is sort of that perfect storm similar to Cam Newton. Where cloudy still on the market, there's clearly some pas about giving him a long term deal I, think both injury and the global pandemic are kind of combining into this perfect storm for cloudy where teams are reluctant to give out. Out Big money contracts with big term and big years on them right now, because of what's going on with the pandemic, unless you're the Kansas City chiefs, I guess that is, and then on top of that cloudy last year in Seattle, only three and a half three sacks. Excuse me for the seahawks a year ago, not exactly big pass. rusher statistics are big pass rusher production for him to cash out in free agency so now all the sudden cloudy. Cloudy is still without a team or a couple of weeks away training camp ESPN's John. Clayton is reporting that he opening or entertaining his mind to one of those one year, proven deals similarly to Cam Newton maybe in the eight to nine to ten million dollar range, so that eight to ten million dollar range it could be affordable for the Patriots now on an incentive laden deal you offer cloudy, six or seven million dollars, base salary and the offer. Incentives are escalators hits those from production standpoint. One of those very easy ones could be that sack total you know last year only has three say this year he's going to have three and a half, and we'll give him an extra two million bucks as a not likely to be earned incentive because he didn't do it last year, and it's a really easy number for cloudy to reach. The defensive end position is one that a lot of people have talked about for the Patriots lately as a potential area for trade targeted in addition. Do you think that clowning makes sense? Football lies for the Patriots Defense. I've really couldn't create in a lab. A better hybrid defense event for bill check into Damian cloudy He is explosive. He's athletic. He's fantastic against the run. That's really his calling card. He has developed not as quite as excitingly as people were expecting as a pass rusher. Rusher I think he's not that guy on the edge. You one on one against tackles is going to beat guys, but if you move around, you move his locations alignment around a little bit, you know inside against a guard, leaving him outside and running him in the scheme pressure like a game or a stunt, or pick player or something like that he can be an absolute terror on those types of plays the ways. The Patriots get guys free for pass rushing opportunities to rush the. The quarterback is exactly how cloudy can really affect the pass rusher or affect the quarterback in the similar way, so look at Houston tape was Romeo Cornell a similar defensive coordinator to Bill Belichick who has a history here in New England obviously, there's a lot of the same schemes that they're running in use a lot of the same blitz packages. A lot of the same games are stunts along the defensive line that cloudy did very very well in Houston. That would project extremely well here. Here in New England system as well so for cloudy. I think a one year deal with bill. Belichick is honestly a blessing in disguise. Completely reset his market. He'd really thrive here. And it gives versatility has the ability to play both on and off the of scrimmage with the hand in dirt or up in a two point stands inside outside. He's exactly what bill would want. In that type of edge rusher. The question is is. Does that price come down enough for this to happen? On for all of our new, England, Patriots Coverage. You can find it on our website. At CNS, media DOT COM in on our Youtube, channel at Patriots Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner Bet, online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer leading the way, but online has all the best ogden lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated NFL NBA, and UFC happening every day live for you to check out looking for something else other than sports, but online has hundreds of Live Casino, Games Poker tournaments, and all the best props in the business visit bet online dot ag, or use your mobile device. Enjoy now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online were online sportsbook experts.

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Seahawks 4-Point Favorites Over the Patriots

New England Patriots Press Pass

01:41 min | 10 months ago

Seahawks 4-Point Favorites Over the Patriots

"We're gearing up for a refund on Sunday Night Football the New England Patriots. Heading out to take on the Seattle Seahawks. I'm Sierra Goodwill here with Evan Lazar. Our parts were sent that online games have the Seahawks favored and it's 154 points. Now you just told me off fair that this is the first time the Patriots haven't been favored in a regular season game since Jimmy Garoppolo started week one back in 2016. So that's an unbelievable stab. But do you think that the past will cover or are you taking the Hawks? I'm actually going to take the box and I was leading towards Patriots all week because of no twelves, right? No fans in the stands. This is basically a neutral site game, but I think there's a lot of things going on logistically with this being the first road trip at home. They're probably going to get thrown a couple of curveballs on the road and maybe they were prepared for something. I'm wondering how they're going to adapt to that situation and getting on with the main reason why I ask Right now and the Seahawks ready to actually hand the keys over to him and let him throw the football as much as he did last week so they can get you to be aggressive and continue. For it on fourth down to throw the football on early downs and just going to be a really difficult Seahawks offense to stop well for all of our coverage of the game. You suck info along on Patriot's clns on Twitter and be sure to get involved in place your money place your bets on betonline.ag and use our promo code cos 50 to get started.

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Why Is Tom Brady More Motivated With The Bucs? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Tom Brady More Motivated With The Bucs? | Patriots Press Pass

"The. Tom Brady is putting in work with his new Tampa. Bay Bucks teammates whether it's against the NFL players, associations, interests, or not. I'm Sierra goodwill here Evan. Lazar now that there's been a couple positive corona virus cases in a couple of different organizations within the NFL. Tom Brady is still going out for these voluntary workouts getting to know his new teammates on offense in your fired up about why I'm a little fired up about it because for three years I heard Tom Brady stand right in front of all of us in say that he needs to spend. Spend time with his family in the off season the exact quote from last year where my kids aren't getting any younger, just trying to spend time with them. And that was his excuse for why he didn't go to OTA's why he didn't work out in the offseason with his teammates as much as he normally did. The Montana trips things like that. The passing summits that was his excuse was family time, and then I see today the report from the Tampa Bay Times I believe it was that he's continuing these workouts through the pandemic so basically what? What Tom Brady and New England. It's not as no offseason workouts. No pandemic, then he goes to Tampa. Bay Global Pandemic, still doing the offseason workout, so listen I understand that the new system. It's a new team. He's got new teammates to throw the football to build chemistry with those guys, but I will turn around and say well. What about Nikiel Harry? Wasn't he a new teammate last year, wasn't he? In New Guide to the system, didn't he have to build chemistry with him as well so basically Brady? He went on his instagram. Put a picture of. Of himself and Gronk together at one of these workouts, and said caption, no excuses well for three years. You made excuses Tom and now you're not making excuses anymore, and you're doing this and Tampa Bay so I'm a little fired up about a call me a homer. Call me, but heard about the situation. I don't really care. All I'm saying is is that this is a different guy than what we saw three years ago in the off season. Now he's planning and running the OT as when he wouldn't even show up to the Otas New England. Definitely a little hypocritical. So, what does this mean? Is he just with a new organization with a new system with new teammates in? It's really just trying to flatten that learning curve and get to know everybody, or does this actually shed light on? Maybe he just wanted some distance between him and bill bell check in mcdaniels. That was a little bit rocky then he just wanted to. Stay at arm's length until he actually had to be there. What is this me? From the conspiracy theorists in me Sarah wants to say that Brady not showing up to OJ's Brady, taking a little bit more of a standoff approach when he was in New England in the twilight years with the Patriots, was sending a message to the head coach I I truly think that he was sending messages to Bill Belichick that he was unhappy here. WHO's unhappy with the offense around him? He was unhappy with his contract situation and his leverage was to sit out. Out was to show. Not Show up and I think that was really what he was doing at times, but I also think that listen after twenty years in the system with the Patriots. You don't need to go to every little workout to learn the interests of the playbook to learn the terminology to learn what you're running from the base formations in the base kind of concepts of your offense. Brady obviously had those data new. England and he didn't have to kind. Kind of reinvent it every single off season. Where with Tampa Bay he's in a whole new system, all new terminology learning new teammates learning new situation so I do understand that there needs to be a little bit more kind of urgency there a little bit more attention. They're giving than maybe on a normal offseason with the Patriots. When you're entering your eighteen year nine hundred twenty with the same exact team, but the same thing that I come back to again is just. Just that don't tell me that there are no excuses because you made excuses here and teammates like Nikiel Harry or the young tight ends that they brought in or or the backs that they've brought in like a Damian areas or Sony Michelle those guys had excuses and had to hear why Brady wasn't showing up until mandatory minicamp until mandatory training camp and now in Tampa. Bay He's he's Tampa Brady is doing a whole different thing and a whole different routine so. On one hand he's he's Kinda of talking out of both sides of his mouth era. Exactly got his Tampa ten two, so he's looking like he's enjoying himself down in Florida well. We'll keep you updated with all of our patriots in NFL coverage on our website. DEALING IS MEDIA DOT COM in Youtube Channel Patriots Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner Bet, online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer leading the way that online has all the best ogden lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated. NFL NBA and UFC happening every day. Live for you to check out looking for something else. Other than sports bit online has hundreds of Live Casino Games Poker tournaments and all the best props in the business visit bet online dot ag. Mobile device enjoy now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online your online sportsbook experts.

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PATRIOTS NEWS: Stidham and Edelman Working Out "Almost Every Day"

New England Patriots Press Pass

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

PATRIOTS NEWS: Stidham and Edelman Working Out "Almost Every Day"

"COVID nineteen restrictions are not stopping Julian element from working out and building chemistry with this new quarterback, according to ESPN's Mike. Reese Jarret Stidham and Edmund have been seeing each other almost every day. Both are in the Boston area. This is similar to Brady's backyard workouts of the past which would frequent. This is a good sign for the Patriots. System has pencilled in Cuba one for New England and that'll man has never caught passes from anyone other than TV twelve for an entire season, these workouts could prove to be especially important with the doubt. Surrounding New England's receiving core with element touted as the only real threat. In the segments segment been brought to you by exclusive partners, Ed Online Dot AG enter Promo, code US fifty to receive your welcome bonus that online your online wagering solution.

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Even Malcolm Butler Thought The Seahawks Would Run The Ball

New England Patriots Press Pass

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Even Malcolm Butler Thought The Seahawks Would Run The Ball

"Wall girls. Still Sports deprived CBS sports is re airing a few iconic super bowl's on Tuesday night. It was super bowl forty nine between the Patriots and the Seahawks, this game had everyone on the edge of their seat until the last play of the game literally when Malcolm Butler cemented himself as a hero in New England Butler, joined the broadcast and relived that goal line interception five years later saying he thought they. They were going to run the ball to the cornerback, said he caught Russell Wilson looking around a little too much, which tipped him off that it could be a pass Pete Carroll. Forever have to explain himself on that one, but for Butler that was the moment he put his name on the map in became the Patriots top cornerback. We won't talk about how that ended up working out. Come Super Bowl fifty two. And this update has been brought to you. Exclusive partners at bed online, Dat AG, use our low coats. Yellen s fifty for a welcome bonus, but online your online wagering solution.

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Patriots-Chiefs Preview: Can Patrick Mahomes Be Contained? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:22 min | 9 months ago

Patriots-Chiefs Preview: Can Patrick Mahomes Be Contained? | Patriots Press Pass

"We're gearing up for the highly-anticipated match up between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs. I'm Sarah Goodwill here with Evan Lazar. We're finally out Wednesday the big first preparation day for the Patriots on the practice field heading into their matchup against Patrick Mahomes. Let's talk about that offense because obviously they put on a show against the Ravens on Monday Night Football. That's just how special is this offense in our difficult. Will it be for this Patriots defense? Well, it gives me a very 2007 Patriots field with this team maybe a zero three or four page where it just feels inevitable that they're going to get to their game. Now, obviously stylistically, they're very different from those two Patriot teams, but in terms of the fact that they're on a 12-game winning streak right now and it doesn't really feel like it's ending any time soon in terms of their dominance of the league. We haven't really seen this outside of New England all that much. Maybe Green Bay and 2010-11 with with Aaron Rodgers, but for the most part this domination, Is really just been the Patriots over the last couple of decades and nobody else. So I'm not saying that the Chiefs are about the Roloff six Super Bowls. I'm not sure if that's necessarily going to happen, but they're certainly they do what they do and they do it extremely. Well. I went Patrick Mahomes. He has blossomed I think taking it even the step further because now mentally he's dominating the game. So the Baltimore Ravens through a lot of different Blitz packages at him on Monday night and he went 15 4 19 with three touchdowns against their blitz. So it's really you can't Blitz them. You can't play Man coverage against the guys in the back and you can't play zone cuz they're too fast and they're just going to run right through all the bound. So what do you do against this offense is pretty much holed up in man coverage as best as you can and pray that that's pretty much all I can come up with at this point like you just did it's so easy to get home soon as kids City offense, but they're pretty solid defensively as well. What do you yeah from that side of the ball and how the Patriots can kind of explain what it says. Well, I think that's what we've seen out of this dead. Is that you know, a lot of Patriots fans could probably relate to the 2011 Patriots or the 2010 Patriots where they have these great offenses, but the defense wasn't holding up its end of the bargain I think similarly with Kansas City over the last couple of years. The defense really didn't hold up its end of the bargain then last year it finally all came together. Now, they play complimentary football and Steve Spagnola their defensive coordinator is a known Patriots Kryptonite type of guy. He's off see the defensive coordinator the 07 Giants which we don't need to talk about right now, but he's a very men pressure heavy guy, you know, man coverage on the back end with pressure in the front seven. Chris Jones is obviously the big kind of guy in the middle of the defense that everybody's going to circle and you're going to have to have some sort of game plan against him. He is impossible to block Frank Clark on the edge is pretty solid to Tyrann Mathieu. We know what he can do in the secondary. So this need as much improved. I think that's why they went from AFC East Contender afci considers in general. I should say that now Super Bowl champions. It's not necessarily because the Patrick Mahomes I think it was also a lot to do with them. Events taking the next step as well. The NFL season is in full swing and the NBA finals are just getting started for all of your wagering options go to our exclusive Partners. Betonline.com Ag and use our promo code clns 54, welcome bonus.

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Countdown to Camp: Can Kyle Dugger Carve Out a Role on Defense Year One?

New England Patriots Press Pass

04:03 min | 11 months ago

Countdown to Camp: Can Kyle Dugger Carve Out a Role on Defense Year One?

"The countdown decamp continuous power by MASTERCLASS, were continuing to run through the burning questions surrounding the New England patriots heading in to training camp this season on Sierra goodwill here with Evan Lazar we're GonNa talk better. The Patriots Number One draft pick who? Had some concerns about because he's a D. Two player. He wasn't a big flashy name on everyone's draft board, but he is expected to be have significant contribution in his rookie season, but first we're GONNA. Talk about what that pick in the second round means for Patrick Chung. What are your thoughts on that? We're looking at Patrick Chung season last year, Sierra it was one of his worst in coverage now. Sometimes those things don't necessarily carry over to the next year. Guys were cover guys bounce back, but we look at US statistics last year his highest. Highest career completion percentage into his coverage also allowed over nine yards per reception after allowing only seven yards per reception the year before, so his stats in coverage have dipped as play as just a little bit where that door I think is opening up for the next guy to Kinda. Usher itself in so whether it's Kyle Duggar or Adrian Phillips. Terrence Brooks or one of those other hybrids safety type at the Patriots have stocked up on over the last couple of years despite that contract extension for effort, Patrick Chung excuse me in May. It's still kinda. Looks to me like bill might have the future in mind here with is like Duggar. Guys like Adrian Phillips now under contract without chunk played last season. And we know Bill Belichick doesn't usually throw rookies right into the fire on defense, especially playing big majority of the snaps of dumber is expected to have a significant role on special teams in. We can talk about that as well, but do you think he can carve out a spot for him on his defense year one while it's a good question, I think especially in this off season where there's such a little lead up to the. The, regular season at least planned for right now it's going to be tough for any rookie to get up to speed and get up to speed in order to be contributor in year one. What alone a guy like Duggar? WHO's making the lead from the D.? Two level to the NFL by do think that there are snaps for him to win and I think the main one is probably going after Doron. Harmon snaps as that. That backup free safety the Devin mccourty as a guy that can play over the top and play deep in both single high and too high structures now Douger is not necessarily known for doing things in the box like people might think you know coming up in covering tight ends in covering up coming up and playing in the boxes sort of pseudo linebacker. He actually played more in college in the deep part of the field than he. He did do a nat, so maybe has a little bit more experienced and a little bit more comfortability playing in the deep after the third of the field, let alone playing kind of in the box and being that tight end stopper Alah Patrick. Chung, so that's the quickest way for him. Onto the field as a rookie is taking over for Harmon, instead of taking over for Chongwe because the Patriots do have Chung Phillips they have. Who Turns Brooks who I mentioned earlier have a bunch of veteran players at at sort of Swiss army knife position that Chung glaze, so doug. I think quickest way on the field for him is playing center field by wouldn't be surprised if we see him in that Chung role not too far from now. Yeah, pretty deep, secondary overall for the Patriots this season. Season but as our countdown to camp segments continue, you can find them on our website at Sealand s media. Dot Com and don't forget. This segment has been brought to you by our sponsors at masterclass. Get Unlimited access to every masterclass and has a press past listener. You get fifteen percent off their annual all access pass just go to masterclass dot com slash. Be Short also subscribe to our Youtube Channel Patriots Press Pass.

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How Will Patriots Offense Benefit From Cam Newton? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

08:46 min | 1 year ago

How Will Patriots Offense Benefit From Cam Newton? | Patriots Press Pass

"The. In signing with the New England patriots, things are about to change on offense. I'm Sierra that will here with Evan Lazar totally different skill sets from Tom Brady from Jerry said of what we were expecting out of the Patriots offense in his twenty twenty season, but which positional which area of this offense benefits the most from this citing while Sarah All off-season I've been scratching my head in racking my brain to figure out you. How does this patriots offense get better right? How do they work this year? In the one thing that kept on coming back to is that the way that they've built this team with the multiple tight ends, the brandon stable running back. Back, so they have when the Keel Harry being a big bodied rack type of receiver, I'm thinking I need a mobile quarterback. They need somebody that can move the pocket. They need somebody that can extend plays with his legs. They need somebody that can make the defense respect his running ability. They need to spy or contain them on the edge or do something like that and I was like listen. Dirksen could be that guy. We saw it in the preseason. He's a decent scrambler. He can run around a little bit, but now they got Cam Newton. And that's a whole different animal in this regard, and that's the most exciting part about this now is. Is that the rest of the legal are a lot of the rest of the League is playing eleven on eleven offensively right. They got the quarterback as a running thread. Defenses have to respect that they have to put an extra guy in the box or account for him in the box or the defender, and now the Patriots get to get in on that fun, and they get to get in on that Lamar. Jackson, style of offense, or whatever offense you WanNa Take the past you know Colin. Kaepernick Softens Cam, Newton's offense and Carolina. Now they get to do some of those things. That's really exciting and you know you look at the tape and you see. See Okay. You know even though you only carried the ball. Thirty six times on read option plays averaged over five yards per carry in two thousand, eighteen on those thirty six carries, but also their running game average five and a half yards per carry on running back carries off of read option, so we're talking about an offense that is far more efficient on the ground, and when you look at the the Patriots are building here. It's a run first offense with the play action passing attack with the defense second hold teams in the teens, and that's how they're going to win football games, and now they can really lean into that style with at quarterback. In the most recent concern surrounding cam was that. Is that foot injury that he still rehabbing from he was only able to certain playing two games in the twenty nineteen season for the panthers. How concerning that if it limits his ability to run, because then that really limits what he brings to the table as a quarterback right, you know early on in his career, and especially in the height of his career in his prime he. He was running powerplay, so they are pulling guards in front of him or leading the full back through the whole and Cam was the ball carrier. They weren't handing the ball off to any running backs. They were just running him right up. The Guy I don't know if those days are I think those days are numbered for him. I don't know if he's going to be that type of guy where he's carrying it on. On Design quarterback runs where the quarterback is the primary ball carrier sixty five seventy times a year I don't think we're GONNA. See that cam anymore, but with a good thing with the Patriots is that they don't necessarily need that cam? They need him to be a threat. They just need them to hold the backside of the defense. They just need defender to be pulled out of the run formation to be able to be. Be that read player right where cam standing there with the read option play, and the defensive end is saying okay. I can't jump into this run and stop the running back. Because I need to worry about cam going I'll around the edge I. set the edge now they have that hold on the backside, and even just that even their numbers in the middle of the field so that even if Canas handing the ball off. Of the time on these read option plays, it's going to create a numbers advantage for the Patriots elsewhere. That's going to benefit them. Overall the rest of our Kim New England patriots coverage. Find It on our website at T. on US media dot. com in on Youtube, channel, a Patriots Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner bid. Online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer leading the way that online has all the best odds in lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated NFL NBA and UFC happening every day. Live for you to check out looking for something else other than sports, but online has hundreds of live Casino Games poker tournaments, and all the best props in the business visit bet online dot ag, or use your mobile device enjoy now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online your online sportsbook experts. In signing the New England patriots could be quite beneficial for the patriots receivers. I'm Sierra. Goodwill here with Evan Lazar. Nikiel Harry is really expected to take a major jump in his second NFL season. How does new in help that development while the guy that I look back for Nikiel Harry and Cam Newton and sort of the model that they can look at. At is Kelvin Benjamin in two thousand fourteen, when he was a rookie with Carolina went for over a thousand yards in his first season in that offense, because him and Cam had a great relationship on back shoulder throws high point fades. Just throw the ball up and let the big guy make a play and that was something that the Patriots tried to. To do often last year with Nick Harry, but the timing, and just sort of the element of the offense has never really seemed to click with Tom Brady. Right never seemed to really work and the one thing that we looked into kill. We talk about his route, running the fact that releases at the line of scrimmage or as route breaks aren't necessarily as. As Christmas, you want them to be in timing the precision of his route. Running is exactly where you need to be. The quarterback like cameras going to be a lot. More space is going to be a lot more pressman coverage a lot less press coverage I should say because they have to worry about cam as a runner rights you're not going to. To be able to turn your back to the quarterback as often so you're going to see a little bit more zone a little bit more op coverage I think for the team moving forward for defenses against the Patriots moving forward I think all of that benefits Nicole Harry. They can get sort of that relationship that he had with Kelvin Benjamin where I know. Know when you have this type of body positioning of I. Throw it to your back shoulder. You're going to catch it nine times out of ten. That's the type of kind of relationship that I think that those two can kind of glean out of this. I'm really excited to see. If Cam can sort of bring out another side and Nikiel hearing on. On top of that you have the ability with cams legs to run zone. Read to run, rpo to run different types of concepts that can get Nicole Harry opportunities to create what the ball on his hands in after the catch opportunities, quarterback cam is always good for guys that went after the cash, and that's what in the kill. Harry can do and. And I think that's what the Patriots are going to do moving forward as rely on fifty ball skills, but also realize basically Nicole. Harry is a glorified running back in a lot of ways with the ball on this. And now they got two guys that are huge great ball, carriers and Cameron to kill. That can do a lot of different things together. Not The rest of this receiving core still the number one guy we know. He was working out with Jarrett's stood on almost every day this off season, so the little bit of a start from scratch although I'm sure element doesn't mind too much now. He's got a vet served on him the ball. But how will the rest of the this receiving or benefit or just? How will it affect them why I'm interested to see how cam in Julian item and actually work together because? because. Kim is in Tom Brady right. He's not that accurate precision pocket passer throws every single exactly where it needs to be. So I am a little curious to see how that relationship works out, but in terms of who else benefits I look at the Burners Tomorrow Bird I, look at Jeff Thomas and I see the type of offense. The Patriots want to build multiple tight end fullback in the backfield, running threat quarterback. You know a lot of moving parts before the snap a lot. Lot of different angles that they're gonNA come out with blocking, but the biggest thing is is you gotta have somebody on the outside or in the slot? That can stretch the field vertically. Otherwise those safety is going to continuously walked down and walked down and walk down, and you're going to see single high looks with loaded boxes loading up against the run, even if it is with Cam Newton now, it's still going to be a factor so I think that a guy like Thomas Guy. Guy Like bird now's a great opportunity to be the Patriots version of Hollywood Brown and Baltimore to be that guy that makes the defense back off. Just a little bit to respect is one speed guy on the outside so whether it's Thomas Bird. Somebody's going to have to emerge in that role. Because the way the offense is is built now the way the offense is going to have to play moving forward with CAM at quarterback. They need a deep threat to take the top off. The rest of our cam new in Patriots Coverage. Check it out on our website Sealand, US media DOT COM. Don't forget to subscribe to our Youtube Channel at Patriots Press Pass.

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2.21 A Gathering Storm in New England

The Political History of the United States

27:44 min | 7 months ago

2.21 A Gathering Storm in New England

"Thursday hello, and welcome to the political History of the United States episode 2.21 a gallon storm in New England. If the first season of this podcast could be described as the story of the first colonies being founded and their struggle for stability. This season should be defined as one about a struggle of those colonies to find their places a greater Empire. Well nominally on their surface Bacon's Rebellion in King Philip's we're we're both events dealing with Indian relations. And in the case of Bacon's Rebellion some unfair tax policies. The underlying tensions have long been a question of how the colonies fit into the greater Empire as a whole in Virginia in the aftermath of Bacon's Rebellion in Long occupation took place an occupation that was universally hated by the crash tests. The long-term effect of that is that the large Planters became seen as the benevolent Protectors of the individual farmers who had once rebelled against them William Berkeley was straddled with the blame for the conflict as former Enemies United out of the common Bond of hating the new occupying English army. In New England, however, things are going to play out different on the one hand. It was a war that was nothing more than a bungled mess. But ultimately it was a successful one month for those in power within the colony. The blame was shifted from being ineffective leadership to a loss of spirituality. The war was not caused by poor colonial policies towards the Native Americans the large number of deaths in the destruction throughout New England was not caused by the baffling Decisions by the colonial military leaders. Everything was the result of a population following into the Trap of sin and moving away the Orthodoxy that Massachusetts and the surrounding colonies were built upon. Well internally, the New England colonists felt that the entire episode had been retribution from an Angry God back in England English seen nothing short of a catastrophe going on in New England. His subjects had just fought a major war without any kind of intervention from England or its troops. When Edmund Andros had tried to bring Aid to the situation. He was chased Away by the New England colonists who were just as ready to attack him. Well address was coming over with perhaps transparent ulterior motives. It does not completely diminish the fact that the New England troops were ready to attack a royal governor and Royal forces if need be it isn't as though this rejection of help from the crown was a first Mark against New England either the granted long been concerned of an independent streak in New England one that despite their best efforts. They had surgery to put down however now following the conclusion of King Philip's War the crown had to Grapple with the fact that the colonies were operating with an uncomfortable streak of Independence and it's just militarized and fought a totally independent war from the crown that dream this event the colonies formed internal alliances with each other and fought for the common benefit of the entire region was something that was very very concerning back for the king in London. This kind of Independence out of New England had been a concern for the crown four years. However with the end of King Philip's War concerned turned into an outright fear England was subtly in a position where they needed to assert power over their New England colonies and make sure that Royal prerogative was the name of the game know just in case you are looking at this and you decide that the issues in New England by themselves are complicated now for the English crown itself is about to go through a transformative. Following the death of Charles II and the rise of his brother James our old friend the Duke of York thrown England would be rocked by religious scandals. These scandals are going to be so all-encompassing that eventually it is going to bring in the rain of William and Mary over England wage 1680s in New England are going to Mark a time where we see all the original Colonial Charters declared void and the much-hated Dominion of New England formed as a method whereby the crown could better administer in a circle off. The Wayward colonies as New England struggles internally England itself was suffered through what will become known as the Glorious Revolution. It is drained this decade that the most pivotal questions wage. Hello. Niall United States will really come into formation in Massachusetts. What is the place of these colonists in the English sphere? This is the question that had been simmering from the very beginning of our story in New England. It is the question that Virginia had also been forced to consider in the wake of Bacon's Rebellion. However in New England were Independence at always been a central feature they were now forced to ask this question as the crowd took ever-increasing control over them. Before we can jump in and get the upcoming Dominion of New England off the ground. I want to spend our episode today moving through the conditions that made the Dominion possible problems from an overtly independent New England specifically Massachusetts was nothing new to the crown. In fact between 1660 and the outbreak of the war. The colony had twice been sent Royal Commissioners to see what was going on up in the office calling me drain the first such assistance after the shocking persecution of the Quakers in Massachusetts. This is the event that saw Mary Dyer hung the king sent over a royal commission to see what was going on in that case. The colonists went along with things up until a few minutes after the Royal Commissioners left. After that point. The colonies simply went back to doing what they had done before. The second and more serious commission came in 1673 one Captain when boring came over we had talked about his time in New England back in episode 2.13 Winborn. If a recall had written an absolutely scathing report about the conditions of the colonies drain his day in New England not only did Winborn see a general contempt and ignoring of the Kings laws speaking specifically in regard to the Navigation Acts, but was also nearly killed when he attempted to impress colonists to go fight a conflict in New York. Unsurprisingly link crowd reacted with horror to these allegations in response to the decision was made that a representative of the king would be sent to North America to figure out what was going on in the Apparently wage Colony as we talked about a few moments ago King Philip's War brought an entire new set of concerns to the crown regarding New England. If the initial report made by Winborn had been concerned mean to say the least when combined with the New England colonists now fighting a war seemingly independent of the crown there was palpable fear England needed to do something to get both New England especially Massachusetts to fall in line with royal rule. From the crowns perspective New England presented something of an anomaly in their colonial system. Is it fair to claim that only New England was ignoring the Navigation Acts? Probably not took over the other colonies certainly were not doing it to the same extent as the new englanders. The problem is going to become even more acute in 1675 dream that your lending and passed new rules and regulations should streamline host shipping worked and the issuance of passports for merchants. This was meant to hopefully cut down on the Lost revenue and to eliminate the risk of other countries. Illegally seizing English goods from her violations. Unsurprisingly the New England colonies seem to have received the memo and just decided to ignore it. The situation was really driven home. However after the English caught the Speedwell from Plymouth illegally trading tobacco and just a quick note. This absolutely is not the same speed well from earlier in the show. Charles II was furious at this discovery and it did nothing but reinforce the continuing flaunting of Royal decrees and the dangerous amount of Independence that flourished in New England with Charles II decided therefore that it was time for the new englanders to answer for their continued Defiance a March 10th. 1676 Charles II ordered Edward Randolph to travel to the colonies with a message the message demanded that the colonies send agents back to London agents who were expected to answer for the colonies continued Disobedience knowing that such a request was likely to just get lost to the email Charles II order that it be read aloud in the presence of Randolph and that Randolph show report back on the efforts being undertaken to send agents back. Randolph wasn't just being sent to new age in order to make sure that the letter was read he was being sent over to be the king's eyes. He was informed that while he was there. He was to learn as much as he could about the colony. Where was the power coming from wage? The biggest players in the colony he was to collect information regarding the colleges the businesses. He was told to bring back the law codes and figure out the justice system and just how it functioned off the king and the privy Council wanted to know the social classes in the colony as well as the important churches. In other words, they wanted to know every single detail on how Massachusetts was functioning in addition to all of this there were instructions to attempt to ascertain the military strength of the colonies and what their capabilities were for Randolph. This was going to be a convenient thing as the colony was still fighting King Philip's War from these instructions. It is clear that England wanted to regain control over the college and was desperate to learn about what the institutions were and what they were going to have to deal with Well, it isn't completely clear if the English were actually planning intervention at this point. They wanted to be prepared. Should they need to go that route? Indeed, it seems more likely that they were not planning to immediately jump in an attempt to forcibly bring the colony back into compliance with English law after all Randolph is being sent over to bring back representative to answer the colony had the ground simply wanted to jump in and reinforce Royal prerogative. There were easier ways to do it more likely the Hope Was That by forcing Massachusetts disengages. It will be enough of a wake-up call that the king and his counselors meant business that it would bring the colonies back into line. Upon arriving to Massachusetts Randolph was treated fantastically all his request were immediately given and three capable Commissioners were quickly on their way back to London. Yeah, just kidding about that. What actually happened is that when Randolph arrived he quickly view the blatant violations of the navigation apps with his own eyes in his first report back. He said that the governor of Massachusetts John leverette responded to these blatant violations by saying that well, they recognized the king in the parliament could pass laws those same walls were doing nothing to help New England wage. Therefore they were not obligated to follow them. The fact that the Massachusetts governor at least according to Randolph was so willing to just blow off Royal Authority is a pretty telling fact and frankly not all that inconsistent with what you've already seen Massachusetts had little interest in Towing the company line. And other than when the Commissioners were in town, they really did not seem to hide it in the case of Randolph by this boy when he had observed that little negative attention came to them despite their repeated admonishments from the crowd who followed a line as Randolph worked on learning about the colony Massachusetts went to work looking around for who they should send back to London. They predictably put about as much effort into looking for Commissioners as you would expect. As Randolph worked on his tasks few things were easier than beginning to De set the military matters, but we are now on the back half of the conflict King Philip's War was still on going in The Colony. If there was any one thing that was going to bring the king comfort about Massachusetts, it was probably military matters sure by June of 1676 the English were basically cruising to Victory the hardships of the previous year now largely behind them. However it recall from our episodes on the war that the colonists won. The war largely in spite of their best efforts laconis were always going to win. Philip's War. It was really never something that was much in question. They had Superior weapons and a large enough population that they were not badly outnumbered as in those early years, despite the seeming images. However, 1675 was a pretty terrible year for the colonists in the field. They suffered loss after loss and almost more importantly they failed to seize on advantages when presented. Colonial military Theory involved bringing the Indians out into a large-scale traditional pitched battle the Native Americans have over instantly recognizing that doing this would be suicide real quick hit-and-run tactics while avoiding making meaningful contact with the English. We see only a couple of examples where the colonists were able to have traditional battles that they so desperately wants and even in those cases. We don't really see any kind of an overwhelming victory during the 1675 campaigns the Great Swamp fight ended up being the biggest win of note for the colonists all year long and even that wasn't exactly a great-looking win for the colonists for Randolph what he saw must have indeed been a positive sign first the armies were not as large as what we're projecting back in England. Combined with their completely ineffective campaigns against the Indians so far. Suddenly New England seemed a bit less formidable digging a little bit deeper right off was quick to discover that not everybody in New England was on the same page externally. We had discussed the fact that the New England colonies had little love for each other. Put more specifically none of them had any particular love for Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Bay Colony had evolved into being the epicenter of the New England Universe much to the consternation of the other colonies. There was an ever-present fear throughout New England of the dominance of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the other member colonies of the New England Confederation as well as Rhode Island, we're deeply uncomfortable with the power that Massachusetts wielded over the region. It wasn't as though they were disagreeing with the Practical governance in the bay colony with the exception being Rhode Island. However, their objections came purely out of self-interest. None of the New England colonies wanted to be subservient to any of the other colonies something that remained a serious wrong with Massachusetts. So completely dominating the area Internally within Massachusetts. However, there was far from being consensus amongst the people. Last season when talking about the founding of Massachusetts, we had discussed how the colonial government took a top-down approach as a quick refresher the government had a limited electorate made up entirely of church members then elected a governor who held virtually absolute power. Well that had loosened up a bit Massachusetts was still very much a colony of insiders month. The Bay Colony is one more power flowed through the church and obtaining power without the church remained a very difficult feat church membership itself wage and a very difficult thing to ascertain considering that those who were admitted into the church are those same people who would hold the majority of the power in the Colonie. This means two things off first. It means that the power in the colony is relatively protected from outside influence. Those who are already Empower are getting the right to choose those who are going to be coming into that Powersports hence creating a self-serving Loop. However, it also means that there is going to be a Growing Power base that exists outside the established pathways. This group had grown exceedingly tired of what they viewed as the arbitrary control by what had become the ruling class of the party. This group was one that would have been far more willing at least in real life mine to submit to Royal Authority. Randolph viewed this group of disgruntled colonists those who fell outside the strict Puritan establishment as being potential allies should the king attempt to intercede in order to restore Royal prerogative for John leverette. He obviously took notice of the kinds of questions that ran off was asking liberal openly accused Grand off of attempting to start a mutiny and creating Discord in the Massachusetts. Governor Mitt, no in between the accusations never did ask Randolph to do him a cell an issue a favorable report, which yeah probably was not going to happen. Upon returning to England Randolph was called to appear back before the privy Council delivered on October 12th. 1676. The report by Randolph was nothing short of a scathing indictment of just how far the Massachusetts colony had come it was a report that fell nicely in line with the report from years earlier delivered by Captain Winborn Randolph in his report described to college become dangerously independent of England Randolph Road that the colony had begun coining their own money marked with 16 52 on it in obvious nods to the protectorate of Oliver Cromwell enough further argued that by putting 16 52 on the money. The argument was that the Massachusetts colony had become a free and independent people on that date for the members of the privy Council this both confirm their expectations as well as their worst fears, Massachusetts had always been a dangerously independent Colony however by this time and in consideration of the ombu, Conflict between the colonists and the Indians it was time to re-establish control in the region. However, as we already know by the fall of 1676 England had another set of problems going on in the colonies specifically down in the Chesapeake Nathaniel Bacon was busy rebelling against William Berkeley. Well, the crown was obviously concerned with the situation in New England the fear there was more of a theoretical Rebellion than the ongoing actual rebellion in Virginia, though. The crown was not terribly concerned about Virginia actually trying to wage independent despite the internal murmurings inside of the colony. They were dealing with a royal governor who had been overthrown by Angry colonists what this means practically is that the crown needed wage their attention from the problem in New England down to the suddenly rebellious Chesapeake. However, despite the need of the crowd to shift their Gaze on Virginia in a way from Massachusetts the decision off. The privy council is that such a move would be merely temporary and that in fact, it presented an opportunity for the English to reassert control and New England as well. If you'll recall during the fall of Saddam 76 the English send troops under the command of John Berry to get control over the growing Revolt in Virginia. The privy Council decided that this was The Logical Choice since John Berrien has been more already going to break the neighborhood relatively speaking, of course, but after they wrapped up a fairs in Bacon's Rebellion, they should head north to Massachusetts to make sure that the new englanders understood who was really in control. Well, the plan was for Barry to sail to the Colony with chips and Tow. It's important to recognize that Barry was not planning to go in and really overthrow anything the king as well as the members of the full Council fully understood that the governance of the colonies was going to have to be something left up to the locals as had long been the case and would be going forward lending depended on the local populations for self-governance. It's shipping an entire bureaucratic structure across the ocean to rule in. The colonies was something that simply was never going to happen nor would it have ever really been practical pragmatically speaking the northern colonies are a long way from the home Islands. There is an ocean in between them communication is limited and as we have seen enforcing English laws in the colonies is a difficult task in the best situations. Sending a full governing structure as we just mentioned is going to be something that is not economically viable there for leadership was always going to be in the hands of the locals. Despite difficulties with enforcing English law the fact remains that ultimately the English government still needed a method to control their colonies. Otherwise England ran the risk of the colonies potentially deciding that they don't need English overlords and moving towards independence the answer that the English came up with was the realization that they did not need to worry about controlling the population at large dog. That was going to be an impossible task. All the English needed to worry about was controlling those men who were at the upper rungs of the colonial leadership. If you can control the leadership the trickle-down effect should bring the vast majority of the population into line with royal prerogative. Sure. There are going to be a few outside rabble-rousers. However, they can be dealt with internally on an individual basis. What is the best way to control Colonial leadership economics as it remains today is a powerful weapon in this Quest. If falling into line with the English method there was more money flowing into the colony large and more specifically into the pockets of that Colonial leadership. It would provide a way to tie the colony more closely to their mother country. If Independence meant a worsening economic State for the colonists than the thought was that they would be happy to fall back in line with their Monarch in order to avoid economic failure. John Berry's job. Therefore was not to sail to Massachusetts and overthrow the entire Colonial stretcher rather his job was to appeal to the wrong ship and help them see that working with the government was not such a bad thing after all and indeed doing such a thing would make the powerful men in the colony that much more powerful. Of course Barry would be there with his soldiers. However, they were more of just a reminder of the stakes of the game than they were meant to be an actual threat of imminent Force. The specific plan that was put in place would have created a commission with the New England colonies. The commission would have included a representative of the king the colonial Governors militia leaders Leaders The Merchant class and major landowners that were friendly to the crown. The first goal for the members was to take a loyalty oath to Charles II and denounced Nathaniel Bacon as you need to make sure that those on this Council I'm not getting any ideas from the commotion going on down Virginia. The second step was to stop trade between New England and the baconian Rebels the group would then be positioned to personally carry out Royal prerogative in New England with the carrot on the stick for the colonists will come in the form of favorable trade deals from London. The ultimate hope is that the favorable trade deals would help move the Nexus of power in New England from the colonial leadership and to the corporate interest back in London by shifting that Nexus of power from Joe O'Neil Elite and towards the lending corporations power would effectively shift back across the Atlantic where the king would be able to have more control over it directly. So how did berries journey to New England go yet. In fact never ended up taking place. We discussed back during our episodes on Bacon's Rebellion not the forces under John Berry ran a a very difficult time down in Virginia disease absolutely decimated them in under Barry not to mention delays caused by William Berkeley whom if you also recall was no friend of wage varies by the time that Berrien has been were ready to limp home. They lacked sufficient strength to head to New England and carry out the plan instead of heading to New England burying his men or forced to head back to England proper New England had received a temporary reprieve from the threat of Royal control. However, as we are going to see an episode to come this is going to be far from a lasting situation in New England the crown hadn't forgotten about their Wayward New England colonies and eight years in the future. They are going to finally intercede in the New England colonies. Back in New England at the region is going to spend the better part of the next decade sorting through the devastation. That was King Philip's War. The colony had lost a tremendous amount of money in the conflict with the New England economy was in tatters as towns were burned to the ground during that war territorial expansion of the region was largely stymied by large Indian populations to the East and the New York Holdings to the doubt. Finally. Remember that the war is self is going to continue until 1678. So even as Southern parts of New England began picking up the pieces the northern portion of the region, especially up in modern-day main are going to continue to see fighting for years to come. Likewise it is always important to remember that the events in North America are not taking place in some kind of a vacuum back in England. There was much more on the plate of the crown than simply a small group of colonists that were pushing their luck. As dramatic as it may seem from listening to this podcast. It isn't as though New England is actively rebelling against the crown sure. They have become far more independent than anybody back in England is capable with but it isn't as though this has gone beyond the stage of lost profits for the English. Drain. The 1670s Bacon's Rebellion was a farm or outright threat to English Authority Bacon's Rebellion at a minimum represented an actual Rebellion against the Royal government of that Colony the issue in New England there for were easy to move to the back burner because they were less of a risk than what was going on down in Virginia like wise again, even though the king probably was not thrilled about an independent Army in New England rejecting help from Edmund Andros or asking them for help all reports were that the New England militias were pretty inept inaction shouldn't actual Rebellion breakout. It should have been something easy enough to put down. This is On top of the fact that Colonial matters were still only a small fraction of other events going on in England at the same time among these events was a new set of religious scandals that would begin rocking England throughout the 16 eighties. These scandals are going to set in motion the events which will eventually lead to the Glorious Revolution. Next time we are going to look at the conditions in England as they deteriorate in the early 1680s. Well England is staring down the very real possibility of another civil war. This will be made within a colonies that will lead to the foundation of the Dominion of New England until then. I hope you are staying healthy and staying safe and I will see you back here in two weeks time as we head back across the Atlantic would like to check in on events in London. off

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What Will the Patriots' Offense Look Like with Stidham? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

04:29 min | 1 year ago

What Will the Patriots' Offense Look Like with Stidham? | Patriots Press Pass

"The. For the first time in two decades the New England patriots have different quarterback to work around I'm here. Goodwill here with Evan? Lazar lot of people have been talking about what changes we might see from the Patriots offense this year with assuming Jarret Stidham is leading the charge. What do you expect to change if dramatically or small with this offense? While I don't think the changes are going to be that dramatic Sierra, because you look at this offense and you look. Look at what they've had in place here for the last twenty years, and yes, things have been curtailed for Tom Brady and his set and fitting what he does best. Certainly, that is true, but it's also been a very successful system that's been in place here since the beginning of the Dynasty Bill Belichick and Charlie Weis. Really built the basis of the Patriots offense in the early two thousands. Then it sort of evolved when Josh. mcdaniels took over in the late. Late two thousands to mcdaniels vision, updating in a little bit with offenses in where things are going directionally with the entire league, and with the entire sport, tapping into some of the things like with chip, Kelly in the college game, but the no huddle offense, and some of air-raid concepts, getting in there, like Mesh and stuff like that, so the whole system has been in place for a really long time. This is a long way to get to this point the. The whole system has been in place for a really long time and I. Don't expect the Patriots to completely blow it up in reinvent. What do offensively because I. Don't think that stood them. skillset is a far cry from Tom Brady's. It's not like they're going from Tom Brady to Lamar. Jackson here. It's enough similarities there that I. think that they are going to keep it. Generally the same system and I know the terminology is going to be the same. Well obviously after. Two decades, they had a lot of faith in Brady's decision, making skills and his arm in general. What changes do you see them? Implementing based on what we know of stem so far while the biggest thing. I think that they will change is that there's going to certainly be more moving of the pockets so more bootleg actions more rollouts more things where you can get them on. On the perimeter on the move, a little bit cut the field in half. Those reads a little bit easier for them and use his legs which you know, he's not a big time runner, but he does have above average speed, so he used those legs and use that athleticism to move the pocket, a little bit and get defenses shaking a little bit more than what you would. Would in a traditional drop back shotgun type of passing system, so the Patriots will have more bootleg action more rollouts more things, involving Sims legs than we do see that in the past when Brady you know, had to sit out for deflate gate, suspension or two thousand eight with Matt Cassel with Jacoby Reset I would say more so in in the deflategate situation where the Patriots did. Did put more quarterback running elements into their offense, letting the quarterback run with the football. Keep the football himself or just roll out the pocket. So that's GonNa be the real. The the really big innovation I think for this patriots offense. We'll be incorporating more of moving the football outside the pocket for Jared Stadium to really make a little bit easier for him to read the field. The rest for Patriots Coverage. You can find it on our website at C. Elena's media dot com in on our youtube. Channel Patriots Press Pass. How are you gonNA come out of this lockdown when it's over, you're like all the people I know you sure as heck won't be any lighter than going into it I get it though you're stuck inside some, if not zero exercise and have no idea how to curb your food cravings, so you eat, not that eating is a bad thing unless all you're eating are bad things. Instead of packing on the pounds while social distancing lose weight with awakened. Awakened one eighty weight loss received the same great coaching, but virtually a body composition analysis skill access to over one thousand recipes in the tools to both curb cravings and feel fulfilled. Join Kendrick Perkins Cedric Maxwell. Scott Zolak Kyle draper in the thousands of others who made a one eighty with their health by finding the solution for weight loss awakened one eighty loss fast sustainable weight loss without the gym or medications log onto awakened one eighty weight loss dot. Choose the location nearest you in. Start Your journey virtually.

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Should Patriots Consider Working Out Colin Kaepernick? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

08:21 min | 1 year ago

Should Patriots Consider Working Out Colin Kaepernick? | Patriots Press Pass

"The? Current situation our countries in Colin Kaepernick's name has been recirculating in the new cycle. I'm Sierra goodwill here with Emily Lazar in Taylor Kyle's with Roger Goodell's recent statement, admitting wrongdoing on behalf, the League for banning pro peaceful protests on the football field. Things have been brought up about okay if they lift that ban of kneeling during the naturally at them will NFL. Teams now take a chance on Colin Kaepernick in one team in particular, the New England patriots could potentially be a team that should consider bringing in panic for workout. Yeah I. Think the Roger Goodell's Statement I. Pay my jaw off the floor when he said that right because. After all this with Cabernet with the kneeling with the president, and all his stuff now you're gonna say all these years later that it's okay. I I was shocked I couldn't believe he walked that back. And as soon as he said that the first thing that I tweeted out right afterwards in myself was well. This is this is a May couple of cabinet in this is. Is a clean slate for him. He should have a clean slate here and he should not only be broadened for workouts, but he should be on a roster in the NFL. By the end of the summer. Really I would say and I think the biggest thing standing in his way is not actually talent, or the kneeling or anything like that anymore, but now that you're. You're three years removed from football. It's Kinda difficult to find out. What exactly is he? At thirty two years old three years removed from the game. What can you bring to the table anymore? Does he still have the straight? Does he still have the mobility because he's still have the a little bit semblance of accuracy, although it's never really the most accurate passer he. He was always a guy that could at least put the ball. Worry wanted more times than not, and that's going to be. The question is what these workouts with these tryouts whatever it ends up being. Is he anywhere close to the guy that he was in two thousand sixteen and Kenny get back to that game shape in that speed that he used to play with. Your I think one of the biggest things he could bring immediately his leadership, no chip Kelly umbrella checker very enclosed chip Kelly when asked back, when he capital Brooklyn Forty niners. He was asked how was calling in the locker room see. Distraction said absolutely not capital was great in the locker rooms. You could expect. He's clearly a vocal leader. Someone be by example as well so I think immediately especially when you consider a veteran quarterback, who you? You don't fully know what he's going to be doing. In live action, you know he has to have some type of expect I, think you know. He spoke about how important it is to have those locker leaders like slater in the Macoris. People who aren't just great on the field, but also they give you that added benefit of giving you some social perspective as well when you kind of need to go down that well of getting. Getting another perspective so I think that could be fantastic. Potential edition and also I know that QB school. It's Great Youtube Channel broke down workout where he pointed out that his footwork is in great right now in. Obviously you know you'd be backup, so it's not the worst thing in the world, so it gets timing little bit like you said now, but he's always been accurate guy, but when you consider if he can still give. Give you some of the mobility that he gave you. He's still big play threat, and I'm sure he's still got the arm strength. You know everyone loves to talk about the. Bono equipped with the Armstrong thing John. Elway can still rip it. It's not so much the getting older. Your arm just is, it's more about. Can you be accurate? Can you hold up? Sustain hits and things like that so I don't think it would really be. Much of a question of his playing and everything like that I think especially when we have seen the history of the Patriots, bringing in a lightning rod for controversy brought him Jimbo, and they had him for a long time Elo check was made it very clear. I'm not going to keep doing this every day. He will not make an issue, so I think if there is a team that was is best suited for Colin, Kaepernick in terms of being able to handle the media storm. That's going to ensue when you like it or not. Just someone who gives you re locker room presence. I. Can't think of really more better fits in the Patriots. And I think there's two sides to the Patriots being a potentially good fit for Colin. Kaepernick like you said Taylor there. They handled big Chris novelties. They tried it out with the Tonio. Brown didn't go too well, bitching. Tibo, but then there's the other side of the question mark surrounding the quarterback position how Jerusalem still suit Brown proven so cabinet might not be a distraction in terms of social justice issues, but there's no doubt that he will be. Calling a lot of attention from the media, people will probably eventually have called on him to start. If system has a bad game in our the patriots worried about getting in their qb. One jurisdictions head will that affect the team in that negative way? Instead of capture knicks social justice issues where ways is back much of the distraction. There were some rumors coming out of Jalal ad round, the draft or out of free agency that they were behind you, or who were drafting, or whatever the case may be and I. do think that there would be a little bit of an element there with Cabernet, but I think the biggest thing with capper. Nick is going back last year. When he had that workout that last-second schedule change that he had on the day of the workout work as opposed to be in one location with NFL teams that ended up being moved into the next day in a different location. He lost about after teams that were supposed to go to that workout as a result of that. Move knowing. The Patriots are one of them, so he was supposed to have over a dozen teams. That workout ended up. Only being a in the patriots, because the scheduling conflicts couldn't get their stoute's into that workout the way that they wanted to so if I was kapernick serious about coming back then you really need to showcase your skills to all thirty two teams, if possible, and he can't pull any of that last second stuff and I'm. I'm not saying that it's his fault that he's not on team. Because it's certainly not, but at least give yourself as much of a fair chance as you can from your perspective to get squad, because when you start pulling with the NFL start moving things, and and bailing on things and stuff like that. It never looks good. It's it's an interview. It's professional interview and that's never going to look good in the final wanted to make though. Is that if you look at what Baltimore is doing with Greg Lamar Jackson. It's exactly what the Niners were doing with Colin Kaepernick. In the early part of the decade. The pistol the empty stuff that they're running getting the quarterback's legs involved that was all started when we set out in the Jackson Baltimore last year was all started in twenty twelve season with Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco, so we've seen an offense. Exceed back the end we seen. The last year that runs the same way that Kapernick is able to run. A scheme in run assists them, and we've seen it work at the NFL level at an extremely high level, so there's definitely a semblance of a system of a way of of a skill set for Colin Kaepernick to be able to play again in the NFL, but again does don't shoot yourself in the foot by. By saying you know what we're GonNa work out this day and then moving the workout that stuff is not going to fight with the NFL teams, so just do the best that you can to get everybody in the building I think tapper nic will show that data offense kind of around him with that system sort of made around him that he can succeed at this level still. When it comes to cinemas, competence I think you've Colin calculated where to be brought in like you say. The system has been in place like we've seen the blueprint, but that would also mean a huge overhaul for the Patriots offense. Now go to a more run heavy approach with percents when I think it's people have kind of forgotten exactly. What game plan was like? Yes, there were designed qb runs. It wasn't a lot. I went back and actually watched. percents carries Rome that game I think. He only had three or four. The settlement man had one or two as well so you've seen them incorporate different types of things to fit quarterbacks. Think would be free. Outrageous embarrassing does trouble for keeping the expect cabinet to be started. When like you said earlier, he's been out a lead for years. You don't know where the mobility is exactly he can show you on the practice field, but it's still you have to replicate that on the field with all these athletes, all these young guys and everything especially considering how much the NFL has gotten in the brief time that he's been gone, so I'm not so sure that it would be a valid claim for people to I'm sure they will be how fans tend to work young quarterback struggle but I'm not sure it would really do much to shakes confidence considering. Kaplan out for so long and Brian Hoyer has more recent experience in the NFL, starting or just in terms of playing time. Let us know the comments below of you'd like to see the Patriots Green. Colin Kaepernick for at least a workout for all the rest of our NFL on Patriots Coverage. Find It on our website at seon s dot com in to channel at the dribs press pass.

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Does Cam Newton Make Patriots Super Bowl Contenders? | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Does Cam Newton Make Patriots Super Bowl Contenders? | Patriots Press Pass

"The. There's no doubt that Cam Newton joining. The New England Patriots makes them much more competitive, not only in their division, but four the conference in as a super bowl contender. I'm Sierra. Goodwill here with Evan. Lazar. Odds are good now that the Patriots are going to be right there with the Buffalo Bills to compete for the AFC child that they've won for so many years in a row now. What do you think that the cam signing gives to the Patriots to make them such a contender? Now we'll give trump card is what it gives them. It gives them somebody at the quarterback position that can really schematically impact the game with his legs, and they have that ability now to be plus one against the run, so you know. Know they have seven blockers, and the Defense has eight will now the Patriots are playing it on eight, because the defense has to account for the quarterback, so I think the biggest thing is that it's going to free up a lot of different options for the Patriots. They can run different schemes that we haven't necessarily seen in new. England with a stationary quarterback Tom Brady and they have the ability now to really be an extremely effective running team and I think if you look at the past and look at other. Other running teams that have really pace themselves offensively with their run game. You're talking about Baltimore for example, the big reason why Baltimore was gangbusters last year on the ground game is because a Lamar Jackson. Ray If you have a quarterback. Where is turning his back and handing the ball off and watching the runningback slam into a guys in the box all the time. You're really not going to be as potent as efficient. Put up as many points as you're going to need to win as many games as the Patriots Hope. Hope to win the season so all offseason long I've been looking. I've been kind of scratching my head. Thinking this offense with multiple tight ends with guys like kill Harry with those stable running backs that they have is really built for a mobile quarterback. It's built to have RPO's. It's built to have his own read actions. It's built to get the quarterback involved in any way shape, or form that they can now they how that type of Guy With Cam Newton. That offense becomes a little bit more difficult to defend. The Patriots now in the conversation of being super bowl contenders by simply adding Cam Newton. Like Super Bowl contenders a little bit rich because his injury. History is what it is right. You're counting on 'em being healthy now for nineteen games. If you're thinking about are talking about making a super bowl run. Maybe that's a little bit generous, but I think before they were one of those teams that was dark horse to make the playoffs rate with jared cinema. quarterback a team that could make the playoffs or could have ended up six ten. They were kind of one of those volatile teams now. Now I think that there are dark to make a run in the playoffs and not just make it because they have Cam Newton so still I don't think that there are a favorite i. don't think that they're one of those teams that you should circle as a contender necessarily, but that next kind of wave or the next kind of grouping of Dr Course candidates to maybe make that super to be that Tennessee titans for example wire last year. I think the Patriots can become that team now. For All of our Patriots coverage following the Cam Newton signing on our website at Sealand Media Dot. com don't forget to subscribe Channel at Patriots Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner bed. Online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer, leading the way, but online has all the best odds in lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated NFL. NBA and UFC happening every day. Live for you to check out looking for something else. Other than sports on line has hundreds of Live Casino Games Poker tournaments and all the best in the business visit, bet online dot, AG, or use your mobile device. Enjoy now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online. You're online sportsbook experts.

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Top 3 Patriots That Benefit Most From Cam Newton Signing | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Top 3 Patriots That Benefit Most From Cam Newton Signing | Patriots Press Pass

"The New in signing has brought a lot more excitement to New England. I'm Sierra goodwill here with ever Lazar Czar in. We're not just talking about the fans. We saw the players reaction on social media, and subsequently these people especially on offense. These guys are jazzed up to now have a former NFL MVP, throwing the ball running the offense in. There's definitely some guys who benefit from this signing more than others. We're going to go through. Through the top three Evan. Who Do you have? Is your number three guy who benefits the most from new in laws? You're breaking down. Sierra actually changed my answer. I'm going to go with Muhammed's the new who has been out there already with Cam. Newton working on the practice field and biggest reason, why is because the news route running inability to create separation with his route running? He's healthy. Is exactly the type of offense and? And type of player that the Patriots need at that x receiver position. Are that outside receiver position because if you watch Cam Newton two rows that he loves to throw the slant and the comeback, and you need somebody that has the ability to get open on. Those types of routes on the type of concept's at the Patriots are probably going to install things, RPO's and things like that. There's a lot of slants involve in those. Those concepts and I think that's new might be the guy you look across the board, and you say okay. It could be Eshelman from inside the slot running slant, it could be some new from outside, running a slant, but his Nicole Harry really the slant Guy Jacoby Myers really the slant guy, probably not so they're going to have to get somebody that can run that route consistently, and I think it will be the new. Another wide receiver probably getting a lot from this signing is Nikki Harry. WHO's expected to make major strides in his second season? Can you help make those strides and yet there will I think the the big thing about Akil? Is that if you look at the type of receivers that Cam has worked at in the past seven funches, Kelvin Benjamin even Greg Olsen that tight end. He's had a lot of success with guys in the middle of the field, first of all but big bodied pass catchers, and I think the big reason. Why is that even though he doesn't have that pinpoint Brady accuracy. He's got a really great ability of throwing receivers open on back shoulders on high point beds throwing. Throwing away from defenders right and getting them into positions where they can just be athletes, and they can just box guys out, or they can just high point the ball and go up in attack, the football and fifty fifty situation, which is exactly why the Patriots drafted into Keel along with his abilities after the catch, and then on top of the abilities. After the catch you put cam in this offense now and you have a lot of misdirection you a lot of running capabilities and guys that are built for after the catch really usually thrive in that type of system so I, this is all bodes well for Nikiel Harry as long as his route. Running is continuing to progress this offseason. Benefits. The most from Newton signing in your opinion. WanNa Kinda. Go with to here because I wanted to get James White into this discussion as well because I'll just quickly put a point out with White Christian McCaffrey has led the NFL in both receptions and receiving yards since he entered the league in two thousand, seventeen, most of those throws coming from Cam Newton Cam realized later on in his career that checking the ball down to the running back isn't the worst thing in the world to do sometimes right so he. He realized that they got McCaffrey Super Involved in the passing game there in Carolina right away and I would assume that guys like James. White and REX burkhead will really thrive from that as well, but I think Sony Michelle's number one and the big reason. Why is because cam now evens the numbers in the running game. We talked about this in the video yesterday, but last year Sony Michelle ran thirty three point six percent of his runs against plus defenders in the box, and when you have a quarterback that is. Is Not holding a defender because he's not mobile, and Tom Brady and those eight defenders are all focused on one guy, and it's Sony Michelle the running back so now with Cam Newton in the mix of the Defense has eight guys in the box, and the offense has seven blockers plus Cam right. It's really eight on eight, and now Sony is GonNa have a lot more room to run a lot more running lanes because it's going to be even blockers across the board, so you're GonNa, have eight on eight with. With Cam which means seven on seven with the blockers really and should open up a lot of avenues for Sony. Michelle was guys you know. Getting pulled back out of the option. Read types of plays. You know they're going to be looking at camelot, and it's really gonNA. Free up a lot for Sony and it's going to even out the numbers with the blockers, and he shouldn't be facing as many stacked boxes at least in theory with Cam under center, versus with a guy like Tom Brady or did them. For All the rest of our New England patriots coverage. You can find it on website. It's media dot. com don't forget to subscribe to our Channel at Patriots Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner bet online sports slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer leading the way that online has all the best odds in lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more. That online has simulated NFL NBA and UFC happening every day live for you to check out looking for something else. Other than sports bit online has hundreds of live. 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Patriots and Joe Thuney Don't Strike Long-Term Deal | Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:49 min | 11 months ago

Patriots and Joe Thuney Don't Strike Long-Term Deal | Patriots Press Pass

"The. The! Deadline was Wednesday for the New England patriots in Joe -Tuni- to reach an extension in in happen. So, what does that mean? I'm Sierra goodwill here with Evan Lazar now we know that cap hit is high for Tunisia. But why do you think this decision was ultimately made by both your organization, in Tunisia to not agree to an extension yet while for tuning, this is a great deal for him. You know you walk home with fifteen million bucks for one year of service. You'RE NOT GONNA. Complain too much and really I think what. What happened with the negotiation is for weeks. Now sort of the the word on the street is that the two sides are pretty far apart? There's an sizable gap between where he wants to be where the team feels comfortable, extending him a lot of the reason why some of these franchise tag players are not reaching extensions with their teams Dak Prescott Donnegan Gawk Way -Tuni-. Other guys is because of the pandemic teams are kind of reluctant to hand out. Big money deals not knowing exactly how the salary cap is going to be. Impacted here by Covid Nineteen, so I think the biggest thing for the Patriots and -Tuni- is that they get them around here for one more season they put an offensive line in front of whoever's under center that's going to give them a rock solid unit upfront and revisited with Judy next offseason, but right now they're pretty far apart. We'll the current circumstances definitely could have played into this Kobe nineteen economic impacts of that. Probably on both tuning and the Patriots mind. Do you think these two will come to an extension agreement in the future? Because obviously the patriots value -Tuni- as a player right and they can also still trade -Tuni- on the tag. I should mention that just because this deadline has passed doesn't mean that the trade is off the table but I don't think the trade is necessarily going to happen. Because of those grievance settlements that they got within Tonio. Brown and Aaron Hernandez. They have that wiggle room now on the CAP, so they don't necessarily need to go in there and get a contract extension done to lower his cap number this season because they're tied up. Up against it, so with that wiggle room with that cushion, I think that they will keep him this year and not trade him, but that being said in terms of what the future holds for Joe Tony, he is going to get a top of the market deal. He one of the best pass protectors among any offensive Lineman, tackle-center or guard. He's one of the best the league protecting the passer. That's obviously what the League is all about nowadays so I think that the Patriots are going to have to offer him a very competitive market deal to keep him in new. England I don't necessarily see that happening I think he will cash out next offseason season. This patriots press pass has been brought to you by masterclass. Get unlimited access to every masterclass. Nasim press castle listener, you get fifteen percent off the annual. All Access Passion masterclass DOT COM SLASH CNS NS. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner bid. Online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer leading the way, but online has all the best in lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated NFL NBA, and UFC happening every day. Live for you to check out looking for something else other than sports, but online has hundreds of live. Casino, Games Poker tournaments, and all the best props in the Business Visit Online, dot, AG, or use your mobile device in join now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online your online sportsbook experts.

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Can Jarrett Stidham Beat Out Cam Newton for QB1? | Patriots Press Pass

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

Can Jarrett Stidham Beat Out Cam Newton for QB1? | Patriots Press Pass

"The. Everyone's already naming him new in Qb one in New England. But is there a chance that them could still win out that starting job I'm Sarah Goodwill here with Ebola czar talking any other way besides cam suffering a serious injury right because that would not really be earning for himself, but do you see a scenario in which system could still be? The Guy for the Patriots in two thousand twenty I? Don't think that it's a foregone conclusion right now. Now CR that CAM is in sin is not that they are going to have an open connor competition between the two of those guys. Now maybe the team is already leaning one way over another, and it sounds like that way is cams, but I do think that they're going to let them still have a chance to win this job outright in camp if he can and I think the biggest way that he can go about, it is stylistically the type. Type of offense, the Patriots WanNa be if they WANNA stick to kind of more of a system that we've seen over the last twenty years. Tom Brady instead of might fit that mold a little bit more than what Cam can do because remember Cam as great as he is as a as a player and as an athlete, he is the type of guy that needs to be in the shotgun that needs to use his legs as an influence to the. The defense in some way shape or form, and is usually throwing more vertically down the field. Even if he's throwing shorter passes in recent seasons, it's more of a vertical passing offense and vertical concepts, and some of the horizontal type of stuff that we've seen with the Patriots, so if they WANNA, be under center team, they WANNA use play action from under center and attack defenses, or is honestly a little bit more like we solid Brady and winwood timing in. In that type of offense? Then maybe that does fit Johnston them a little bit more than it does. Cam Newton although I I still think that for one year I'd take cam over cinem- for now. Is really known as dual threat quarterback a mobile quarterback, but he is rehabbing that foot injury, so take one of those threats away or minimize it savings, not as mobile as him in his prime. Is that away for them to kind of carve out a path for him for that starting role because you're taking one of? The new major assets away I think it is. In other elements of his game, his passing game is throwing mechanics and footwork and particular. Don't come along and training camp to the way they want it to I think that there is a possibility that if he is a limited mobile passer, still always going to be a little bit mobile, it is Cam Newton visa limited mobile passer. I think that there is a possibility that they might look at it and say you know really at this point of his career. He's probably not equal to sit on, but they're in the same ballpark now versus before cameras in a totally different stratosphere. We're talking about you know Twenty Fifteen Cam Newton Twenty sixteen, Cam. Cam Newton so I think that if he loses his legs a little bit than it does open up sort of a discussion of which quarterback and kind of do a little bit more what the Patriots do in the style offense at they've been over the last two decades versus putting Cam in the shotgun, spreading out the formation, being a more vertical passing concept type of offense. I really think that both of those things can be successful for the Patriots in Cam. Newton's probably got a much higher ceiling I would say this season than jared did this team when they have Cam Newton out there versus them? You're going to think a little bit more. Of them I would save Eur in opposing defensive coordinator, so there are a lot of possibilities. Still I I think that there are things he does in their offense better than CAM. Newton might fit in the scheme, especially playing from under center. From all of our Cam Newton Patriots content on our website at sealants, media DOT COM in other Youtube Channel at Patriots. Press Pass. There is no shortage of action going on at our exclusive partner Bet, online sports are slowly making its way back with the UFC NASCAR and soccer, leading the way, but online has all the best odds in lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. Need more that online has simulated NFL NBA and UFC happening every day. Live for you to check out looking for something else other than sports, but online has hundreds of live casino games poker. Tournament and all the best props in the business visit, Bet Online Dot AG, or use your mobile device in join now to receive your new welcome bonus in start playing today, but online your online sportsbook experts.

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The NFL, Patriots' Response To Killing Of George Floyd | Patriots Press Pass

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The NFL, Patriots' Response To Killing Of George Floyd | Patriots Press Pass

"The Celtics led the charge when it came to Boston sports teams, releasing statements about the murder of George Floyd and the ensuing protests, but on Tuesday that changed Red Sox CEO and President Sam Kennedy took to twitter to share his support for his teammates who chose to peacefully protest and said quote. Silence in the face of injustice is unacceptable. The socks also amplify the message by plastering black lives matter on the green monster at Fenway Park and shortly after the. The bruins followed suit with a statement of their own saying. We want to be a part of change. We will lead with our actions that has always started by treating people with dignity and respect and the New England. Patriots are now the only team in the market who have yet to comment. This segment is brought to you by exclusive partners I bet online dot ag enter code. Zealand is fifty for a welcome bonus that online your online wagering solution.

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2.13 New England on the Eve of War

The Political History of the United States

27:36 min | 11 months ago

2.13 New England on the Eve of War

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States. Episode two point thirteen. New England on the eve of war. When we left off last time we were discussing the legacy of big billion for Virginia. It has been an underlying theme in the past seven episodes, and will continue to be moving forward that question of the colonies place in the English empire in the episodes on New York, we saw that there was a demand for assembly during the late sixteenth seventies in the early eighties, these demands are finally met through the new or Charter of liberties. Begins Rebellion in Virginia again questioned the paradigm that had come to exist in the colonies. We had seen that question arise from the big enforces about possible independence in the chesapeake something that was very unlikely to ever amount to more than a pipedream sixteen, Seventy six, though the question was still being asked. Those questions of independence were being asked even before the English, occupation began after the rebellion. Recall from last time that occupation was deeply unpopular and really did to make Virginia's question, their role in the empire. In fact, it is this occupation that would end up being so unpopular that it would reconcile the relationship between the former Berkeley elites and the common farmers. As we discussed, the transition had been pretty clear for them shirt. Both sides had just been shooting at one another. However, both groups could agree on their mutual hate of the English occupiers. Well, any thoughts of independence were quickly extinguished in the winning months of sixteen, Seventy six. The position of the colonists was clearly that they wanted minimal interaction with another country. They wanted England to serve basically a landlord, they within a check at the end of the month, and if something ever goes wrong, we'll let you now. Otherwise please leave us alone. At the end of the day beacons rebellion marked for Virginia the beginning of an identity that was separate and distinct from the home islands across the Atlantic. People were living in Virginia longer now. No are was Virginia a place. The UN for a couple years got rich and then return to the conference of England if it ever was. By the end of the seventeenth century, people were spending their entire lives within in the American colonies. However that is disgusting. The colonies in Virginia Virginia had always been more friendly towards the crown. Recall that they had held out at least for a while following the death of Charles, the first they had been quick to proclaim Charles the second is king, and even after Cromwell for their capitulation, Virginia would later elect William Berkeley new had been formerly the king's give it or under Charles the first to be there governor once again. This stands in stark contrast to the New England colonies. In New England basically from the moment of their inception they had been far more hostile to English rule. This isn't to say that. There was an independence movement in Seventeenth Century New England. There certainly wasn't however the colonists. An English had very differing views on daily life. Even by looking at just those early decades, there really is no surprise. We learned that the civil disobedience that would lead to the revolution would find its home, Boston. In the sixteen seventy S, England was not looking to throw off English colonial rule. However. They certainly weren't inviting the English into their towns more than absolutely necessary. Let new, England colonies were more than happy to do their own thing their own way. Any attempted interference from England was typically denounced as being arbitrary government. The. New, England. Colonies were and would remain throughout their entire time as an English property, the first place to call out the tyranny of the home islands. Therefore, when the North American colonies experience a rash of uprisings, beginning throughout the sixteen seventy S, there should be little surprised that the new England colonies were willing to be right in the middle of everything as we are going to see as we move forward the season tensions in New England are going to build to several conflicts that will help define life in new, England for decades to. All of this is going to go further to help explain the actual position of new. England in the Greater English fear as well as New England's perceived position in the empire. These questions are going to enlarge. Part caused tensions that will never fully be resolved, and we'll still be simmering when the colonies declare independence a century later. Before we can fully dive into King Phillips War however I want to go back and look at some other events going on in the New England colonies. Since the last time we left them behind. What many of the events we talk about today are not going to directly play major factors in the war to come these events combined with the ultimate war are to completely color. What happens afterwards? Therefore to fully understand the consequences of King Philip's war, we need to look at the general state of New England on the eve of that war. King Philip's war was not an uprising against the crown like Bacon's rebellion. King Philip was in fact, the Chief of the woman no AG tribe Manikam. MEDICOM was the son of Massa weight and took control of the tribe following his father's death in sixteen sixty one. If you recall we spend a lot of time with mass. Await backdrop our first season. When we discuss those first years in Plymouth, we will come back into a quick refresher masses away towards the end of today. So if you don't remember all the gory details I'll help you out. For the greater story here it is critical that we understand the relationship that existed between the English and the colonists in New England. Because, well King Philip's war would not be an uprising against the English directly. It is an event that is going to have profound effects on the relationship between the English and their New England colonists. The Virginia settlers back in sixteen o seven came to Virginia because they wanted to get rich. They saw a level full of opportunities and open for exploitation. Verging it did what they could remain loyal to house steward during the English civil wars immediately following the execution of Charles, I, the Virginians were quick to proclaim their recognition of Charles, the second as the new rifle king, when given the chance they were quick to reelect William Berkeley as governor after he had been ousted for being an appointee of Charles the first. After the death of Charles the I, it took a naval blockade. Who get the Virginia colonists to capitulate and recognize the protectorate under Oliver Cromwell? It is really not until after Bacon's rebellion during that period of English occupation that we begin to see the cracks in the foundation between the crowd ever Jinya. However, New England had always been different from Virginia. The settlers in New England did not set out with the idea of untapped resources. Wealth of they could get, but rather they saw something entirely different. That is not to say that the New England colonies had no interest in material gain. It alone however fall short of explaining the reasons for their imagination to North America. Instead the New England colonies were trying to escape persecution. The settlers in Plymouth had left England because they couldn't practice their religion in the open without substantial risk. Well. They enjoyed their lives in the Netherlands. This presented other problems for the group. Concerned that their way of life was now in danger from the corrupting influence of people outside of their group. They wanted to go somewhere where they would be able to live a life without dangerous corrupting influences. Time being able to publicly worship the way they wanted. Well such a place does not exist within Europe North America could provide just that. It was a place that was separated from the rest of the world and the evils that contained. Later during the sixteen thirty s when the great migration caused the population of Boston and the Massachusetts Bay colony to suddenly jump, it was because Charles. The I was actively persecuting puritans. Being a period in England was dangerous endeavor, and was a great way to find yourself locked in the Tower of London. There were fears fears that weren't without merit that Charles the I was an enemy at best to the PURITANS, and at worst was a Catholic sympathiser. Who is going to attempt to reintroduce Catholicism in, England. Either way the dangers were very real. Any caused a mass exodus appeared in from England in the Sixteenth Thirties. So whereas the Virginia settlers came for the chance to make money the New England. Settlers were seeking a place where they could be free of the persecution that gripped the home islands. They were looking to create a city upon a hill. It should therefore come as little surprise that with the new. England colonies Charles the I was not a popular figure. The New England colonists openly supported parliament in the English civil wars, and indeed a few callers did go back to England to fight. You tears were shed when the execution of Charles the first place. When the students returned to power, following the restoration colonies New England were not exactly thrilled by that development. What follows is a relationship that is tested best between the colonists and the crown. But last time that we spent time in New England Mary Dyer and the rest of the Boston, martyrs had just been executed for being quakers. The death of the boss martyrs was not viewed positively in England. The chrome felt as though the puritans had just stepped away out of bounds. This leads to a Royal Commission being appointed to investigate what was going on in new. England Charles. The second by this point was becoming increasingly concerned of the extent of his power over the new. England colonists. The concern was that new. England did not really seem to be following the program, nor did. They seem particularly interested in getting on board. Instead New England was operating in a fashion that would have given the outside observer, the idea that New England was just doing its own thing separate from Royal Authority. It was following the Royal Commission of Sixteen, Sixty four, which had purportedly got on the colony back in line with royal prerogative that reports had once again begun to surface that the new England colonists were enjoying unchecked power. By Sixteen, Seventy three, these reports began coming in from a captain wind-borne. wind-borne had landed in Massachusetts in sixteen, seventy, three to reprovisioned himself. He would remain in Massachusetts for the next three months during which time he would to his dismay you. How far off course? The Massachusetts, colony had strayed if you recall from our episodes, both on beacons billion and before that New York the navigation acts had become a truly despised thing throughout all of the North American colonies the navigation acts were being blamed for hurting local economies as well as making it impractical to trade between the different colonies something that they had previously depended upon. However Wealth Virginia and New York would oftentimes loudly complain about the new acts they've for the most part follow the orders, however windward reports a much different situation coming out of New England. He claims that the acts there were all, but completely ignored ships would sail into Boston harbor on an almost daily basis from foreign countries where they were loaded up with goods, and promptly sent on their way, according to win born when he confronted the colonial leaders about this clear breach of the navigation acts. Response, the HIGA was something of. and. A yeah, okay, we'll get right on that. Now. This was obviously of a concern to win born. He was after all a royal officer was indeed the first visit Massachusetts. Since the sixteen sixty four group came following the execution of the Boston martyrs. wind-borne would find further complaints in the fact that the settlers of Massachusetts had little interest in doing anything that would not directly serve their own needs. wind-borne learn this. When he made the request that the bay connie sensors to help their brethren down in New York where the Dutch were working on recapturing their loss colony. According to win by report, however, he was roundly shot down on this idea. The settlers Massachusetts would rather have the Dutch against their southern border. They not only made for a better trade partner than the fellow English colony, but they also post far less of a threat of getting involved in the business of what was going on up in New England. When born deterred, but not willing to give up. Ask the Connie to impressment into the Navy to assist the beleaguered forces down in New York. The settlers responded to the surprisingly well. The magistrate told the group that wind-borne was planning to impress them into the English navy, and that should they have any grievances about such thing they could go ahead and air them with wind-borne himself. The group of men now facing impressment spent shared their feelings with Wimborne and nearly beat him to death in the streets. Luckily for wind-borne. His men showed up just in time to save his life. It is needless to say that. When worn was not happy at all with what he was witnessing. The report that he wrote back to the Privy Council was absolutely scathing. In wimborne interport he spoke of the fact that Massachusetts was following their own religious beliefs outside of the Anglican Church. One has got to imagine that this particular allegation would have already been well known by sixteen seventy five. By this point, there had already been nearly a half century of time where the New England colonies were Puritan. Colonies. More concerning to the crown and the furtherance of royal prerogative, however was the fact that new. England simply wasn't getting with the program in relation to the other colonies. They openly defied the crowd and ignore the navigation acts. Not only. Is this an economic concern? As well is flowing out of the English Empire, and is enriching New England alone, but it is a problem from the point of view of the colonies respect for Royal Dorothy. Win were reported that the colonies laws were inconsistent with those of the English Empire and that they were indeed arbitrary in nature. The. From windwards report was that the ultimate conclusion to this is that new. England should be united together as a single colony. Other than being easier to control. It would be economically worth it for the English to consider such a thing. Furthermore rather than having a corporation reading things direct. The government would become the order of the day. Recall from last season that one of the major advantages that Massachusetts has is that their corporate headquarters is located inside of Boston. This has allowed the corporation to ram basically without any checks back in London. The new Englanders realized this advantage, and we're anxious not to lose it. Now I do believe that it is worth questioning our source here. Win Wasn't up and comer, and would a few years later become an official of the Privy Council. wind-borne was looking to make a name for himself and largely. That is going to be something that he is going to accomplish. His work in Massachusetts is going to go a long way towards his personal advancement, and it does make at least a little bit questioning of some parts of his report. While the New England. Ghani's were undoubtedly played at fast and loose with the navigation acts, and likewise had been somewhat antithetical to English rule, some of the more direct allegations of wind-borne do seem hard to believe. For example. Claimed that when they were questioned about the violations of the navigation acts that responsive. We're going to do what's best for us England. Damned does seem fraught with problems. New Englanders had zero illusions about not being on great terms with the crown. They had always viewed England as more of a hindrance than a loving mother country. However pragmatically they would have known that blowing off a royal officer like that was going to come with consequences. Consequences that they likely were not going to want to pay. One would have believed that the Massachusetts officials upon learning of the blatant violations of the navigation acts would have at least fringe surprise at the accusations. With, windward looking for career advancement, it follows that some embellishment was probably par for the course. Either way, however, the report from wind-borne simply reinforce concerns about the new England colonies that the crown already had. The ground was not oblivious to the fact that doing live was acting as a pseudo independent country after all. We know that this was enough of a concern in sixteen, sixty four that Charles the. How'd you send that? Royal Commission to get a handle on things and to get the wayward colony back in line. When bornes report would have been equally as concerned to hear as it showed just how far New England was drifting from the other colonial holdings. However before things can go any further in this vein. King Philip's were was about to break out and punch all of New England into a war against the Indians. However it is important to know that ultimately wind-borne is going to get his way. You're only a few years away from New England corporate charters being done away with and the creation of New England. That however is something that we are willing to cover much more fully in future episodes. The point of our discussion here on Captain wind-borne to give an idea of the conditions in New England just prior to the breakout of the war. It is also important to note that King Philip's war and the report by Wimborne are completely unrelated topics. Despite that, however, by the time, the war is over. It is going to help push those recommendations made by wind-borne closer to reality. King, Philip's war is a huge stepping stone on the path towards the creation of the Dominion of New England in Sixteen, Eighty six. The report from one born also gives some insight into the already tense relationship that existed between the crowd and the New England colonists on the eve of that war. Well. We can't guess what would have happened without King Philip's war. It does seem possible that there was enough concern by the crown that at a minimum an investigation into the conduct of New England colonies, and specifically the Massachusetts Bay Connie was probably going to be launched. The New England colonies were changing by the time that sixteen seventy five had rolled around the colony had become less of a religious stationary than it had been during those early years, whereas the early puritans happily that economic success and religion were not things that were mutually exclusive from each other. The dynamic had begun to change. The older generation began to suspect that the younger generation was strained too far from the Puritan Church and we're more interested in material endeavors rather than their own religious ovation. By any modern context appeared New England would still seem like a very religious place, however, compared to what there have been just a few decades, prior pressure and influence from the church was lessening. What will come out of? This is a particular brand of preacher who is going to start giving sermons on what happens when you move away from those things that are good for the soul and instead focus on material wants. This is going to play an important part down the road a bit well again. This isn't a direct cause of the war. The movement away from religion is going to be used by these new firebrand preachers to basically say I told you so. This is going to partially explain the dramatics back towards religion in the last decades of the sixteen hundreds and moving into the seventeen hundreds. So on the eve of King Philip's war. You have a call that is really beginning to come into its own. They are running a largely autonomous system of government much to the consternation of the crown. The young generation has begun to move away from the religion that bound the colony together in those early years, which in turn would lead to a rise of a group preaching the dangers of such a strain from their faith. The crown is becoming increasingly dismayed at the situation in new. England as the colonies at least appear to completely ignore standing royal prerogatives. King Philip's war however is not big rebellion. Well I get that. This episode has largely sounded like I'm setting you up for the colonists to begin rebelling against the crown. That's just not the case here. King Philip's were is conflict between the colonists and the local Indian tribes. The reason, then for the long introduction to the issues in New England is King Philip's were is going to largely galvanize all of these other problems that existed before the war. All of these loose strings are going to be pulled together through the war and what we are going to be looking at afterwards is a Thomas New England colony, colliding headlong into the English crown by. By desperately wants to get control and force the New England colonists into submission as we start going through the events of King, Phillips. War I want you to do your best to keep. All of this information stored away as it is going to become very important when we tried to explain the events that are going to define life for a generation of New England colonists. It has been some time since we visited with our friends back in, Plymouth, this is largely because the Plymouth colony is almost immediately overwhelmed by the Goliath in the region. The Massachusetts Bay Colony. But if had largely remained that same insular colony that they had always been well, Massachusetts would experience marked growth and development. Plymouth always remained much smaller. Its population was only around seven thousand when the colony finally collapsed in sixteen, Ninety, one for comparison at the same time, the Massachusetts colony had a population of around fifty thousand. This is despite the fact that the Plymouth colony had a nearly tenure headstart on the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and for what it's worth. The colonists implement or perfectly fine with this. They didn't have much interesting growing into a large colony like Massachusetts and liked having their much smaller community just fine. It is implement that we are going to see the events of King Phillips War, begin. So before we jump into that next time I want to spend the rest of today. Providing a brief reminder of Plymouth's relationship with the local Indians we had talked about that relationship between the local Indian tribes and the colonists, Plymouth extensively back in episodes one point sixteen through one point nineteen. However, that has been some twenty or so episodes now, so let's take a quick refresher. Upon arrival in Plymouth. The pilgrims were quick to run into the local tribes. I approached by the English speaking S-, Quantum, who acted, something is a liaison that pilgrims were introduced the leader. The womp no people mass. Well. Talk a good game. He was far less powerful than say somebody like Paladin Down in Virginia. Muscle, so it however did recognize set Allen himself with. The English would be something of a power play though he did just that. It is during that first winter. That Mrs White was critical in helping to feed the pilgrims, not only did he provide food, but he was extremely important in helping teach the new settlers workers in the area, and just how to go about growing it. If necessary could be from the English. The hope was that when he asked them for help to deal with his issues, they would be willing to assist. That is indeed exactly what happened. Muscles used his position to solidify his own power base. During the sixteen twenty s, he eliminated his rivals, including Cuanto, and took all the action necessary to make sure that his place in power was well protected. Mess? Associate then managed to convince the settlers in Plymouth that a rival tribe was to massacre Plymouth, and the new colony down the road a West gusset. The Plymouth military leader, an career mercenary myles standish was itching for a fight and masses whitehead, just handed to him. Standish along with a small group of colonists, under his command, invited the leaders and elite warriors of this tribe West gusset shortly after the food was served dandyish seal the room, and then brutally killed everybody inside the reverberations from this were shocking. I, just about everybody who heard about the attack was shocked by brutality. Back in England upon learning of the attack, there was much shaking and warnings at the pilgrims should not be getting involved in Indian affairs. Yet in the colony, the effect was far different. It was an outcome that lead to isolation. Other Indian tribes wanted nothing to do with the Plymouth colonists following this attack. The issue here is that the evidence that there was going to be an attack at all is shaky at best. Of all the people who stood to benefit from the attack, it was agus it. None stood higher. The Massa Swayed himself. The widespread belief is that massive, so it had made up the entire thread of the attack and had basically set a trap for his personal rivals. If true, then the plan worked well, and the Plymouth colonists had just done his bidding at best the Plymouth. Colonists now looked to be little more than stooges for mass. Wait at worst they were a dangerously unstable group. That should be avoided. After all, if you got on their bad side, you could be facing your own slaughter like what had just gone down. It was a gusset. The outcome of all of this is that the tribes except for Massachusetts own WOMP. No people began avoiding unnecessary interactions with Plymouth. Out of this isolation, the pilgrims and the one thousand people were forced by their own decisions into an alliance with each other. This alliance would last for decades basically all the way up to the outbreak of King Philip's war. Master himself would live until sixteen sixty one and upon his death it was his son Medicom. That would take over as the leader of the WOMP dog. People MEDICOM was to take control of a WIMP and no tribe that had been at peace with the new. England Hani's for the past four decades. He even chose to take a Christian name and he would begin going by the name Philip. Next time we are going to pick the story backup and begin looking at the origin of King Philip's war. It self. medicom inherited a piece that was forty years old yet. The self-named King Philip is not only about to break that alliance, but is about to wage, exceptionally bloody war against the English. As always. I hope you all have an excellent two weeks that you are staying healthy and staying safe, and I will see you back your next time where we will begin discussing just what would end a forty year old piece and send New England to war.

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Patriots Favored Over Raiders: BOL Preview & Prediction

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Patriots Favored Over Raiders: BOL Preview & Prediction

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093 2020 New England FOOLS

"I hate the fact that the that the volunteerism in Florida seems to be. I don't want to say it's dying. I just it's not as widespread as it used to be nice. America's founded on volunteer firefighters. Were you will together as one continuing to serve always brotherhood Academy radio PODCASTS DRAIN OFF. Welcome back to the Academy Radio PODCAST. We are here in Wells Maine at the New England fools northeastern fire summit conference. And we're going to record a bunch of podcasts. And hopefully we'll be able to launch them out over the next few weeks to get ahead of schedule but I always mentioned as we do the Canadians the F. Down TO FIGHT FIRE. Volunteer Firefighters podcast. They plug us. We plug them. We want to give them a good mention and give them some love so without tying up too much time. Let's jump into the topic for the first episode recording. Here we have captain Dave Osgood with The York Beach Fire Department with us. And he is here because he is a easy continuous fools follower. He's a og loyal g one of the original guy. Yes yes so what is guys. What is the benefit of the fools because the three of us here pretty much been fallen? These guys around since this started. What two thousand three. The New England fools I think was I was. Yeah what what just happened. You Might Arnold. Sorry they've got down there you go. I meant to turn Hamels Zone Hamels here by the way But he's out somewhere. Maybe grab some lunch. Pc So we're going to cool for school right now so we're GonNa do a quick episode because lunch. The lunch is being served at the line is super long and we don't want to tie up too much. 'cause he's he's over there. Hungary so falls New England fools. We're here we're doing this event We got how many people are speaking this weekend. One to four today right five five five two two five today tomorrow and one last night last night so the benefit of these events. I encourage all you listeners. To find a fool's chapter we had rusty ricker on an episode. It was a good show. We talked a lot about a little bit of. I should say we talked a little bit about fools and the benefit of going to some outside training finding some chapters in your area and joining them and taking advantage of people coming in and speaking. So what is your take on people outside of their department and getting some new training some new faces. What are your thoughts on that? I think partly. It's it's a lot of it is the the networking that we get people. I've met I met firefighters and officers and instructors from all over the country and being able to bring a lot of that stuff back to my own department as well as the area departments when I teach whether it's for your county fire attack school or whatever you bring back this knowledge that that from other places than know that maybe we're not doing it completely different than everybody else but also there are things that we can bring back. It may not work for us. What New York City does but we will bring part of what they do and bring it into our system right and make it work really well for us and just these little nuggets that we get from everybody and and being around like minded people. There's nothing like being in the company of fools it anywhere you go in the country if you get with a bunch of fools. It's going to be the same guys. Where like minded individuals we WANNA BE? They want to learn new things. We WanNA bus each other's balls as much as we can assure us a good time. You know it's just a great great group of people. Yeah it is in. I was reading your post. You posted today A picture of the group out and you labeled it the three percent and it's one hundred percent correct when you say that because it's three percent of the fire service actually coming out and doing these things and trying to better themselves and get a better education and a better training. So we're going to convert people over to let's increase that three percent to you know let's work till T- towards ten let's work towards fifteen. Thank you need to start with five five five percent and then build it up from there. I think you'RE GONNA go from three to ten is probably not realistic. You know everything in the Fire Service Accountability where we started out with pass alarms that we had to turn on now. They're making them come on for us because firefighter proof and accountability with the same thing and trainings going to be the same thing. They say. You can't lead. You can't make a horse drink water but you know if you hold his head underwater long enough. It's going to drink some of it. So that's all right mic guys. Sometimes I'm doing trainings. That interested in but they they're going to get my take on it and they're going to hear what I have to say whether they like it or not we kind of the same way. I'm not trying to be a jerk however I think that it's important to learn new things and whether you like it or not you're going to at least take something away from it. I think it's just great to get a different perspective from people from all around the country. We had a guy speaking earlier this morning before. You got here from From Florida and all the way up from Florida teaching or is he taking it. He was interested. Yeah hitching. He had a nice presentation. And it's just great to see the different perspectives and ultimately we're all here to do the same thing and the perspectives are a little bit different. But they're they're they're the same in a way like you were saying it's like you could take something different. We could take something new from these people but at the same time. It's all raps into being in the fire service and and being the same thing but it's we can sit here and train and train and train on our fight apartments in have our own guys training and you're seeing the same face every week right. Yeah we do. We do in our own department. Sure that can get stale. And I'm sure does that put to take the opportunity to meet these new people to network and to get that. Different perspective is going to be really valuable for you and for your fire department and the rest of your members so the fools. You know another thing that we've talked about in the past. Is that you handsome. Devil you that we could. I could stand in front of my own department and talk about swiss-born till the cows come home and everybody just shakes ahead. And they're like. Yeah whatever you have one of these guys come in from somewhere else. And Talk About Munoz and the guys. They give the exact same message. And everybody's going to hang all over every word he says because it's not coming from me right they've heard me gripe about it and beat on it for years and they hear from someone else and it's like it's almost like their their personal biases or the user open because it's an outside person and sometimes that's frustrating. I guess it's you know that's the way firefighters are against seeing it and other other places where we've gone to other departments training teaching whatever and we've given the same exact message and the host is like. I try to tell them the same thing. They wouldn't listen to any of it when you guys come in and Delon that they were like they were like it was like the first time they'd ever heard it. I don't know no you're right. You're right house at lunch. Line looking shorter shorter okay. We won't keep you much longer. And I think what we can do to is is Aron. Heller actually suggested this because he's here this weekend when we do these shows we'll just do short snippets right and we can even if you do a long show. That's great and what we can do is we can kind of. I can edit it so it's all ended up being one long one. So what are they feeding people in their by sandwiches sandwich? Amaze- yeah yeah I saw some roast beef and I think last year. That's what they did to is pretty good dousing. Yeah so as thanks for coming on real quick with your point of view on outside training and again I would encourage everybody. If they see a fool's event and not only up about any outside training that they can get to. Whether it's you know for our area we have your county town school school which is which is good. There's a lot of good classes. They have seacoast chiefs. They do some really really good classes down there and Dover every year so you know whether you're a firefighter a chief officer. It doesn't really matter get everybody else's perspective get some of that information and bring it home to your guys maybe like maybe we don't get to use it exactly how they use it in. New York or Boston or or wherever but we can tailor that stuff to work within our own departments and there's always a better way of doing things. It doesn't matter how much you learn. This always a better way for sure or newer way or something right. We don't do that. We're just. We're just getting stale. Anybody see the clip on the Internet the other day the Guy Like knee Preston. Hose Line while he was putting his mask on. And and and doing like a transitional attack. You hit it in the window here. If you ever had an opportunity to take Erin fields forward class. It's worth every every muscle that you wind up getting it is really. It's you can just barely walk by the end of the three days Just because you move so much line and flowed so much water in different ways that we don't usually do but if you have the opportunity to take that as by fire one of the best glasses partake in the thirty three years. I've been doing this a long time by shed. Okay all right great. Let's go. We'll get another guest on little later on. Paul what do you think eat something? Let's eat something cool feed me. Thanks so here we are. It's recording. Now we'll see now here's Here we are at the fools conference Are you a little bit more relaxed now rusty a lot more relaxed this? It's so it's clear salen from we're beyond it's all downhill from here right. Three-quarters away down the hill right. Good turn out. Great turnout best turnout we've ever had. What are the numbers? Do you think Counting while Danny was speaking there. Were one hundred eleven people in the room. No kidding with vendors students and vendors and other instructors sitting there one hundred eleven people in the room which is probably twenty over. One of our best is the best with the exception of the Tampa event that we did last November The best that we ever did was Aaron. And we've done up in Vermont Cystic fibrosis okay. Fundraiser approximately ninety ninety. Two people in the room for that so this is head and shoulders above that. That's awesome next year. We'll be bigger. I don't know if that room will handle bigger. Figure it out. You could move the vendor tables somewhere you know now. There's plenty of them. Yeah so all right. So welcome back to the show rusty. No thank you for having US and And we also have Aaron Heller on the show. Welcome Aaron thank you and I've been wanting to talk to you for quite a bit because You you have a training right. I do I. I own on training insensitive training and you're newly promoted fire. Chief I am congratulations. Thank you very much. I was promoted on February first. So how about your Quick Synopsis On Your Fire Service Background. My Fire Service background is long and varied. I started as a junior member in one thousand nine hundred four in a little place called Julius Town New Jersey Join their because my sister actually went to the academy. She married into a Fire Department family. I had never really. I thought the Fire Department look cool. Seemed cool when they brought the trucks to the school when I was a little kid. But that's my goal was to be pro baseball player. They go and not to be a fireman and so I joined there Went through the academy as junior member because back then the child labor laws apparently didn't apply and and suggestions and I joined new Egypt Volunteer Fire Company in nineteen eighty seven. Which was a town that I lived in. Grew up in where my family still lives and rose all the way through the ranks. There I was chief there for six years I got on the job in one thousand nine hundred ninety in Hamilton which is just outside of threaten And I've been there ever since ever since. Yes I'm coming up on my third finishing my thirtieth year there next month. Wow and good stuff. Yeah yes now your top guy. That's what they tell me at least for a little while great so how. `Bout the how. `Bout the Fire Training Company. You got on scene. I ever get it wrong. On-scene fire training right. Yeah on training associates We've been around for a long time. We we. We've got sixteen years officially in business but We were doing a little bit before we actually formed the LLC We've been all over the world. We've we've taught in a lot of different places. We've taught in several different countries territories We just did a month in American Samoa. Last year really We were teaching Surface water rescue to the airport. Fire Department there So Yeah we've we've we. We've got varied group. It's really really cool. Because instructor wise we have guys from all over the country All levels of training all levels of their experience large fire departments. You know big cities like Boston and New York to small towns so we I think what we offer as a diversity that not every training group can offer. I would agree. That sounds like that big city too small town I mean. That's that's pretty good right there. So how'd you meet up with this guy over here you know? It's it's all fools fools has been what brought my career to what it is brought my so I guess I would call it my fire service enlightenment to what it is. Yep I met guys through fools and it just kept growing Do and and I think ninety seven ninety eight fools we form New Jersey Chapter Jersey Fools in ninety nine and it just kept growing and we met at a fool's event somewhere I couldn't even tell you where honestly twenty I had this conversation with somebody last night. How did you get hooked up? I'm like I don't know I honestly don't I mean clearly? We didn't hook up but well. Yeah sorry maybe that wasn't a good tonight. As far as nick knows judge good but now yeah it's funny because the New England guys and US just clicked and we've been super tight ever since and we've we've done so many things together and back when Jersey Fools we were doing our thing Quite a bit we were having insurance issues. We called Rusty New England came down. It became a Jersey fools. New England fools thing so we had insurance and that really led to the joint training big time and it and it's only gained wheels ever since and just keeps rolling. Yeah I think you've turned into a familiar face around the New England fools Events now you know I think anyone that's in the fire. Service should join up with a local full chapter. And I've been saying this on the podcast a few times. Now since we had rusty on the show at it's it's important because the outside training you get those different faces you get the different perspectives. So I've said it before I said the last time when I was on the show is the fire services a big bright beautiful world. Yep Get out and see get out and see it. Don't you stay in your little? Microcosm of an area of my dad taught me in. His granddad taught him and added out of that. Now get out and see what's out there. We've got guys in this class this weekend. From all six states Pennsylvania New York and New Jersey which is incredible for a little local fire conference on the coast of Maine in March? And I and I can tell you. I'm here completely as a student. Not really representing on scene. I mean you know my department paid for me to come at the time before I was promoted. My chief saw the need absolutely approved me to come up. They paid the bill and I'm sitting in the front row taking notes just like everybody else. Because there's so much to learn from these guys just you know what we heard from. Brooke last night and her motivation of not motivating. It's impressive. That's impressive. I was supposed to get up and go work out with her tonight warning. And you know what my biggest concern was. When I'm laying there thinking I gotta get in the gym. She's GonNa kick my hat. She probably could she definitely. Yeah but but learning from these learning from these people. I mean learn what Danny just just presented about rapid intervention in his own case. And I've been teaching rapid intervention for a long time and what he said absolutely qualified and quantified a lot of things. We've been teaching for for the last twenty five years right right so it's it's just fantastic to be surrounded by this level of people rusty. You've got to go. I don't WANNA I don't want one and just to add to that I mean if you look around the room this rumor no no no with everybody but in that student pool there are at least eight of our instructor cadre teach us all the time every time and they're running their in their paid students to learn from the guys and girls that we brought in this weekend would never stop learning kind of theory. You can't miss me. There's other groups out there doing the same thing. Yeah no because they're too cool. Yeah you can never make get your ego that high where you think that you can't learn something exactly. There's all of us in this room in. That room are always open. Should always be open. And it's like we talked with Dave Osgood not too long ago. And he mentioned that the three presenters Geno LAS sane at this one and the cool thing to me was you got guys in that room you got you got pat. O'connor you got Dave Gallagher. You got guys who have fought a lot of fires in their lives who have trained all over the country who get it right and you've got eighteen year old kids that are sitting there having conversations with them at the break. That's pretty cool. Yeah you know. It's it's definitely cool to see that interaction and and that's something that happens fools fools events more so than other events and because it is so inclusive and it is so accepting of all of us. I mean when you look at that fools mantra. They don't care if you wear white helmet. You wear a pro be shield. They don't care if you're you know thirty forty years on the job or four months your fool you believe in the same things that mantra carries on and to me. That's very very important and the and one thing. That really is important to me and something that I hold close with the fools the fact that there is no difference between volunteer and career nondenominational. We like to say right. And and that's a big thing with our podcast. Here is is seventy five percent of our audiences volunteers because we try to promote the recruitment retention. And all that leadership over Blah Blah Blah. And you come to these events and there's no there's no division now know what I mean. No one cares raw here doing the same thing and the thing with our events in our Instructor Pool. Our instructor cadre and the people that tend to come around to our things. We don't care where you work right. You wouldn't know where any of these guys work safe affect. It might say someone that helmet on the back of their coach. You're not going to know that. So many guys work in the city. Hartford the city of Boston because it doesn't matter because they also for the most part started somewhere else. They started whether they were in the service and volunteer just off base or the volunteer in their hometown or they started out as a volunteer comment somewhere and now they're sitting guy which is fantastic. You're living the dream but it does not come back to. It does not come back into right. They never forgot where he never forgot. Got Listen you know I like I said I joined Julius Town Volunteer Fire Company. If they're I don't know how many runs they run if they run one hundred runs a year right now. It's probably a lot and it's absolutely. There's not even a single traffic light in that town. Oh Wow it's a it's a one horse town for sure but it's important to me that every time I do a podcast or somebody asks me to give a speech and they want you to talk a little bit about where you came from. You don't forget where we all came from. Somebody somewhere yeah. It's it's rusty and I are both parrot heads. Were both Jimmy Buffett fans right. Yeah he sings great song. Nobody from nowhere absolutely and that's everybody started that way. Anybody the big leagues you. You know I'm at the Wire Boston. I'm from Trenton New Jersey on Philly. It's all bullshit. They all started somewhere and they were appropriate. Who didn't put their gear on one day. Yeah and now they're superstars which great but that doesn't ever give the reason big-league somebody else because that kid looking up is the one that we can influence to be the next really superstar. Firefighter great absolutely all right. Well the bar open yet. It could it. Could it be? I know the bar that has a twelve pack of PBR. In. My Room is overhead. De-selection whiskey behind the table. Here all right cool guys. I don't WanNa keep you much longer because we get food coming. It's coming soon and you get beer coming and we're going to maybe talk some more people and this up Celso Brotherhood some fellowship so awesome. Maybe I can get Hamel Hamilton. Come sit with US I know. He's he's often. Paul left He's doing he's doing the other thing we're doing tonight and York so but thanks guys. I appreciate it all right. We're back and we another guy on the show. It's Chris Lawsuit. Locie sorry has told me that closely St Lucie County Florida Fire Department right absolutely and You presented earlier today at the fools event and You're with on-scene on-scene training. What how? How did he wasn't training associates? Yes it's funny because Aaron corrected me ought to and your thing today was it really really caught my attention because it really goes along with what we do on this podcast. You're teaching you're thing called leading from the backseat. This correct is so What's what's a little bit about that word that come from well. It started I've been I've been taking classes for for years and years and years and I've taken tactics classes I've taken pump operator classes. I've taken company officer classes but I never saw classes that catered to or I. I shouldn't say catered to but Pertain to informal leadership and and Senior Man. Type leadership. So you know. This isn't anything that I invented. It's it's just something you know. I've I've noticed throughout the years. I've learned from senior guys on the job that I do want to be like and senior guys on that. I don't WANNA be. Yeah so it's Kinda culmination of both of those things and just taking one man's thoughts you know jot down and getting the word out. I like it because it really promotes what we'd like to promote is anybody can be leader. Absolute don't have to have a title or rank right leader absolutely no and and people aren't and people say this year a born leader but people really in my opinion aren't born to lead. It's it's something you have to learn I in anyone can do. Absolutely I do believe that It's something you know You do learn and it's you know here's the thing is you don't have to be the guy with the most years on the department to be a leader you know you don't is sometimes the guy with with the most years on is you know For lack of a better word maybe not the most motivated person out there. Yeah so you need somebody with Moxy you know you need somebody that can can can create enthusiasm and you know has an idea of what's going on. You just reminded me of something kind of off topic while you're up here in Maine. Pickup Moxy Moxy. You know what I've had oxy have you had. I have have all right. Okay but no you're right. There are your senior guys can be good leaders and they may not be but even your brand new person coming in can lead based on their own skills and their by staying in their lane like for example we tell our guys on the Department of your brand new you pick up the pick up the brush and start washing the truck and lead that way. Yeah it takes one person to start a revolution. If you you know and then I'll come in the firehouse and just like you said I'll grab a brush in the next thing. I know I've got every every guy on the cruise out there because nobody wants to see one guy out there working. Yeah sure or you know you come in the firehouse start doing dawning doffing drills with your mask. And what have you and the next thing? You know there's five guys out there and you've made it a competition because we're all type A. personalities. You know if I see you doing it in thirty seconds. I'm GonNa do twenty nine. Yeah definitely definitely. It's a competition breath. So where does empowerment come into play when it comes to Informal leadership? Where do you think that comes into play empowerment? That's a good question as far as informal leadership again. I think you can be empowered. It's like I say I listen to the to the newer guys. I've got twenty three years. You know I've been doing this. But like when a when a new guy goes to a conference and he comes back and he's got some new techniques I like to empower that particular person Okay because they. They're excited and they they they wanNA show what they know and it could be something that. I've never seen that just works better for whatever you know. I I liked to empower people as far as empowerment for informal leadership. I think anybody can can embody that empowerment and and spread the word and you know. Make training better in in. What have you right so I'm not? I don't know if that really no that totally makes sense. No that that definitely answers the question. Where so you're down in Florida? Yes or no right and your career down there and you said twenty three years yes and you mentioned in your in your lecture that there's some volunteer departments in Florida. That are hurting. They don't which I think is a definite trend around the United States. What is what is unique about Florida? Do you think that that where that's happened Well stained Florida. We do have some volunteer departments up in the panhandle up in central Florida southeast Florida. Which is where I'm from really. I can think of reserves that are in addition to career departments there but for as far as only Volunteer only can only think of one department down in Broward County. But I think I I don't know Florida's is getting so crowded and What used to be like seasonal. These people are living here now. The year round they're typically holder typically so Florida's a huge fire based ems service. Yes and I think they've just started to realize you know We're already providing the EMS. Yep You know. Let's get these guys Dual certified and we'll have the fire protection that's there as well I hate the fact that the that the volunteerism in Florida seems to be. I don't WanNa say it's dying. It's just it's not as widespread as it used to be and I. I hate that because you know what? America's founded on volunteer firefighters. It's absolutely true. You know so. I mean small town. Usa Barber Dentist. Everybody because the bell went off and they didn't matter if you had half a haircut exactly so Florida's definitely unique state I spent. I live down there I lived. I used to live down there in When I was in high school where altamonte springs. Okay I was an explorer on the altamont springs fire department good from Jesus. It was in the nineties so basically middle school last year of Middle School through high school and then the day after high school graduation. And we're back home. He made so but in that department is headed absorbed since I left it absorbed into the seminal county. Fire Department doesn't exist anymore. Demille'S GETTING HUGE. It is the The explorer programs down there were huge back in the night. I don't know if it's still like that now. Still is it is. It is a matter of fact Jenny who who came up here with me she's She's an adviser for the explorer. Post for Saint Louis Account. No kidding yeah yeah I traveled the state with our post going. All the fire. Matic's competition Jacksonville County. We plantation all that back back. We just hosted one not too long ago. Yeah and I wish that we do fire. Musters up here. They're a little smaller a little smaller than than actual fire matters. Like the events there will be Razi. Know what I mean. We just do like a wet hose of Andrea. Who's even climb here. But I love it but I think that the explorer programs down there definitely created some really good firefighters. I you know I I couldn't agree with you more. You know some of the guys that I was explorers with it. You know they're getting promoted they're on Landau there on similar county one of our guys one of the guys just got promoted to battalion chief and Bruin County. Yes so it's so cool to see that you know. Look up through so my My best friends He he's he's an author for us. He he started down. He was an explorer from the time. He's like fourteen or fifteen whenever you could start whatever. Yeah I think it's fourteen He started explorer down in sunrise. Okay and You know he was ARD visor for alone. And we're starting to see a lot of our our our explorer kids if you will you know. Yep They're coming about and make they are. They're they're good farming because they have a solid base. And that's exactly what it takes you and you talked about the generations in your presentation. I think having that explore program might kind of fix that gap. I agree because they're more. They're exposed to the older guys more live lying on the older guys because they're under eighteen and they have to. They need that supervision absolutely and they're coming in ride with US and they're seeing the whole gamut. Yeah good better indifferent. That was what was cool being a teenager living in Florida because I was a product of divorce family so my father was up here in Maine and my mother was down there so my father being on the Fire Department appeared volunteer department. I would I would come up here like in the summer and we had an explorer program here that I would you know. Hang but they couldn't ride calls. It couldn't go so here. I am a full-time city department right going to calls medical actually doing medical stuff as a teenager and explorer easy stuff. Blood pressure's yeah like that. They would let us. Do you come up there. Like they've never ridden on a call to go. Yeah you know it's like it's like it benefit and I think that really creates a strong phiathep. The they've got juniors and some Germans like juniors is like the same idea but doesn't fall under the boy scouts of America. I think that's how that works. But yeah so that's my little background on Florida's definitely know the culture is definitely different down down there than it is here it is the Lino. It's cool though to travel and see same job saint same same circus different clowns right but it. The culture is different. It is so awesome. Smell the food. I think he's ready so I don't WanNa keep you too much longer but before we do end this. I want to make sure that the listeners can know where to find you. So how can they find you because you had a really good presentation and pretty much facebook Chris? Lucy L. O. S. E. HIT ME UP I don't have an instagram. Do you know it's at my. My daughter tells me around how old's your daughter nineteen okay. She says facebook's guys get hurt. It is but you know what I'll tell you where were the under-priced attention is right. Now for social media. And you're gonNA laugh but your daughter's going to agree with me. Tick Tock Tick Tock Yeah. I'm hearing a lot about it. I mean anything. There are get her to show you how to run talk and then you start searching for firefighters and it's loaded. Nah loaded with firefighter. When after telling you and and and the viewership and begin you exposed. There's no algorithm on it. Okay you know what I mean so I'm down for about it and you know this sound silly but I like to tell people that took too close to all right cool. Let's get some dinner. Yeah right I appreciate it sure. Thanks Eric you guys. I hope that was some good content for you. We were happy to be able to record with a handful of people at the New England fools northeastern fire summit. So that's what we're going to end this episode. We did you know. Obviously throw a few of them together into one long episode for so as always time is valuable and you guys took your time out of your day to listen to our podcast and you take your time on your day to share our content. We really appreciate that. So thank you everybody. We'll talk next friends. Please join the movement by sharing this podcast and sharing our social media accounts and visiting US at Brotherhood Academy Radio DOT COM Promo Code Academy radio. Podcast is brought to you by salty hook media.

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