Apr 17, 2019
MAGA Cover Up And Assange
Featuring Hosts: Matthew Carano,
Nick Boyle, and Cord Blomquist
Engineered by: Matthew
Produced by: Matthew Carano, and
Show Summary: On this episode of
The Freecast, Epping High student forced to cover up MAGA shirt,
Assange is ousted from embassy, Bill Weld runs republican, and a
loose discussion on the NH state seal.
- Epping High Student told to cover up her MAGA
- Assange arrested in London (Cord)
- Former Mass Governor Bill Weld announces run
for president as a republican (Nick)
- Durham reaches $1.1 million settlement
agreement with Eversource (Cord)
Penalty repeal passes both house and senate with veto-proof
- Secretary of State Bill Gardner
matter how rich you are, or smart you are, when you are in that
line at the polling place, you are the same as everyone. When you
start fracturing that with exceptions, that is the path that leads
to where the country was in the 1960s,”
- Before HB 1264, NH was the only state that
didn’t require voters to be residents
bill basically says, if you want to vote, you have to be a
resident, and therefore, you have to pay the same fees and taxes
that all other residents pay
- Freecoast Liberty Outreach Meetup
- Colonial New Hampshire and its
will be using all new style calendar dates to avoid confusion. Old
style had the first day of the year as March 25th, Lady Day. In
1752, English speaking countries switched from the Julian Calendar
to the Gregorian Calendar, which changed the beginning of the year
to January 1. That year Wednesday September 2nd, was followed by
Thursday September 14th..
- Between 1623-1640 when NH was “independent” it
had no seal since John Mason only had a grant and had no charter.
The 4 towns of NH operated autonomously and didn’t need a
- 1641-1679 NH was united with Massachusetts and
used the Massachusetts Seal
1680, when John Cutt became “president” of NH, separate from
Massachusetts, a new seal was made. Only one impression of that
seal has been found, but it is in bad condition
Edward Cranfield seal
1685 James II ascended the throne and threw a wrench into how the
colonies were organized.
October 165 James II commissioned Joseph Dudley President, to rule
over the Territory and Dominion of New England, consisting of
Massachusetts Bay, Maine, New Hampshire and the Narragansett
Country, or King’s Province.
May 1686 the separate governments of the provinces united into the
Dominion of New England were superseded by the central government
so established, and their respective seals had no authority.
that year, Sir Edmund Andros took over as President and the
dominion enlarged to include New Plymouth and Rhode
- Connecticut was added in 1687
York and East and West Jersey added in 1688.
Boston April 1689 news from England reported that James II was
overthrown and Andros himself was overthrown by a popular uprising.
From then until March 1690, was without any government, either by
appointment of the Crown or by its own people, so the towns were
obliged to take care of themselves! (gasp!)
- Unfortunately, In March 1690 NH towns were for
the second time, in Massachusetts jurisdiction and afterwards sent
their representatives to the General Court in Boston.
- Luckily it was short lived. March 1692 Samuel
Allen was appointed governor of NH. New seal made. Allenstown is
named after him.
- Richard Coote, 1st Earl of Bellomont was made
governor in 1699. He was the first of many governors that were
joint governors with Massachusetts until 1741.
Seal of New Hampshire in the Colonial Era had whatever the Seal of
the Union of Great Britain Inscribed in Latin was with some
variance on “The Seal of the Province of New Hampshire in New
1775 the colony developed a separate colony seal with a fish on the
left and a pine tree on the right with 5 arrows bundled in the
middle to signify the 5 counties at the time and the 2 major
industries on NH at the time.
1776 after independence was declared the seal had the words, “Vis
Unita Fortior” until the adoption of the state constitution in
1784. It means “Strength united is stronger.”
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