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"bob haggerty" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:12 min | 11 months ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thinking about life and business welcome back this is Tom Laurie and I'm with the Wall Street journal's obituary writer James Bob Hager and we're talking about the significance of everyone's life so we talked about is John vine yeah a and I am curious as you talked about him and his life and what he did obviously he really made a big impact on you who was the most inspirational person that you use for you personally that you've written about who is the most inspirational by Advani it perhaps but many many of them have been inspirational what is it that inspires you I think what inspires me is that learning about the way people find their direction in life seeing how they learn from their mistakes how they follow the path and what they what they were trying to accomplish hi Paul it's likely inspired by people who overcame a lot of obstacles it is a felony and that help them back or because in the wonder around for awhile already back today are people who are refugees before and during World War two are there any what forced out of their home countries and that arrived in a place where they knew nothing or nobody I can make a life for themselves well that's all is an interesting subject my last guest was Ming **** who's in Nashville who when he was in high school was destined for the hard labor camps in China during the Cultural Revolution because he was parents for teachers and he found his way to the United States and he's become one of the most well known ophthalmologist in the world to it's a great story so I those are great stories of overcoming the hardships and I don't think people here realize sometimes how difficult it is for somebody to leave their home country come here and get started and no friends no family so I'm I'm with you I think those are great stories you also wrote about Richard cruelly who is the CEO of Wells Fargo and one of the things and reading that about him who I didn't know much about him because he was quite an independent thinking guy maybe you could tell us a little bit about his background and his rise to the top and what he did along the way okay well I get cool he was born in nineteen twenty three and he grew up and relative affluence in the New York suburb of why his father was I had a public relations for New York bell telephone and Dick was sent to Catholic schools you want a brand new series god but he enrolled in jail at the age of sixteen are usually more interested in sports than in studies and wait for the football team at Yale overcoming his fear of what Paul any injuries when something happened page challenging goals later in life at and he had plenty of that was because he was created a pilot and sent to France in World War two during it is quite a test flight plane crash in that crash he lost his right arm can you walk out there now so I mean I'm not our I thought about it needs you said that today you now if you find a way to make a living he would find a wife it would be happy he would never play football again he went anyone out and he graduated from Yale and he a career in business the album he can chief executive what of Wells Fargo right thank you what are yet it's only a with one arm you guys have a very full life I won't forget a lot he was a very innovative person yeah I've known for grooming hello and he wasn't afraid of the hiring people who are smarter than him many of them went on to run other banks and he was actually the one who encourage the people in his fund management company to create happen the first index funds are which are the kind of investment plans where you just try to mimic the performance of the overall stock market rather than picking stocks nineteen seventy this is a very radical idea now the dominant idea behind so he the first well this is Tom Lauria listing the mentors radio show on today were talking to Wall Street journal's obituary writer James Bob Haggerty so he it's fascinating he he had a major loss she overcame that had obviously significant discipline at some I get his head screwed on pretty good and took some big risks in terms of innovation that's always involving going against the grain and that was one of the things that I always find fascinating about people who change the way we do things as their independence and their right some people call it stubbornness psychology vision it could be either or both whatever but he are one nine to live a very full life despite all the obstacles that he faced right I think a lot of people who work there through a wartime experience like that later my finally because they've overcome their fears they know that nothing worse is ever going to happen and I know that they can cope with age to go on okay I guess today because of all that's gone on with Wells Fargo he's probably would be very disappointed and what has happened sounds like they could use somebody like him to come back and then or maybe they have they've gone through quite a term Allah and the last few years we're gonna come back and we'll talk a little bit about mother Angelica which you talked about briefly earlier sword and be right back with James Bob Haggerty obituary writer for the Wall Street journal and we're discussing the lives of optimists the resilient and humorous if you have any questions or feedback call anytime at eight.

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WLAC

"The men who obsess over, having, the perfect grass Why are you, cutting McGrath's it looks fine already cut two or three times a week one of the, guys I talked to entire surface twice each time he mows just because he likes uniformity And then if there's? Any rogue blades of grass sticking up he'll pull them out. By hand Wall Street Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme cases of. Lawn care here later in the hour There's, a, private school in the Washington DC area that's getting quite a reputation current supreme, court Justice Neil Gorsuch and, new, nominee, to. The court Brett Kavanagh? Both attended Georgetown prep in north Bethesda Maryland what sets it, apart aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition, here's Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have, you found there was a lot of talk about this school in Washington Georgetown Pratt because Catch break having all went there on the previous Come pick. For the supreme court Neal Gorsuch, is also. Graduate he graduated two years behind cabinet And another major Trump appointee Jerome Powell chairman he's also a graduate and got. My newsroom thinking is this is, cool becoming the new famous school in Washington that's producing political bake shop that in addition to. I. Guess the Ivy league schools, right where these, most of these folks seemed to. Come. From right I think. The relevant comparison especially in Washington Washington prep school Sidwell friends that is typically the place where Democrats emerged from. To Democratic President Bill Clinton Barack, Obama's at, their kids there so that's sort of thought of very prestigious but we've seen recently. Is. A Georgetown prep considered a, conservative type school I don't think that. They would, call themselves sad they aren't Jesuit school and I think you know, speaking to, alumni that that. The. Student body many years tends to lean slightly? Conservative, just because with their Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they would sell themselves that way in fact and Kenya teaching really emphasizes some sort of social Justice themes like you know. Helping the poor so so what is it. About this school then well I do think that there is a large Conservative Catholic population in Washington that tensor? Students, some people call it the the Catholic elite I don't know necessarily use that term but We've definitely seen a, string of people come out, of the school and so? The question arose what was it about school you know what it was it just that this is where conservative families wanted to send their kids or. Whether it really the school's emphasis on service and. I think probably it's both of their same what's the what's curriculum like, the curriculum is, very regrets like most school I think what what. Sets the school apart that I'm it, really Brings to the? Fore every begins? With a prayer each Wednesday they had process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes. And just sort of wait that they've been kind. To others things you know positive things that had happened to them upcoming. Challenges and so, things are taught to be very reflective they also Between the junior. And senior summers are asked to go on six week volunteer trip that that by all accounts out very grueling one person told me he went to, the Dominican Republic for six weeks and built a. Road by hand with no, electricity we're, speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher that you're quoted, in the, story who said something along the lines of if..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Men who obsess over having the perfect grass say why are you cutting the grass. It, looks fine already Two or three times, a week one of the guys I talked to the, entire surface twice each time he mows because he likes uniformity there's any Rogan blades of, grass sticking up he'll pull them out by hand Wall Street Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme, cases of lawn care he's here? Later in the hour That, is. A private school in? The Washington DC area that's getting quite a reputation current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new nominee to. The court Brett Cavanaugh both attended Georgetown prep in north Bethesda Maryland what. Sets it apart aside from the. Sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition here's. Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you, found there was a lot of talk about. This school in Washington Georgetown because Catch Brad Kavanagh went there on the previous Can't take. The pain court of course it also, graduate he, graduated two years behind cabinet And another major Trump appointee, Jerome Powell the fed chairman is also a graduate and got people in my newsroom thinking is? This school that sort of becoming the new famous, school in Washington that's producing political bigshots not that in. Addition. To the Ivy league schools right, where these most, of these folks, seemed come. From right I think that the relevant comparison especially in Washington Washington prep school Sidwell friends you know that is typically the place where. Democrats emerged to democratic presidents Bill Clinton Barack Obama's kids there so thought. Is, very, prestigious but we've seen recently is a Georgetown prep. Considered a conservative type school he no I don't think that they would call themselves sad they aren't, at school and I think you know Trump speaking to alumni that that the student body. Many years, tends to lean. Tightly conservative just because of their Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they would sell themselves. That, way, in fact in Kenya teaching really emphasize as some. Sort of social themes, like you know helping the poor so so what is it about this school, then well I do think that there is sort of large Conservative. Catholic. Population in Washington that tensor shouldn't stereotype for? Some, people call it the the Catholic elite I don't Necessarily use that. Term but We've definitely seen a string of people, come out of the school, and so the question arose what was it about the? School you know with it was it just the fact that this is where conservative families wanted to send their kids or whether it really. The school's emphasis on service and I think probably. It's both of those things what's the what's? Curriculum like curriculum is here. He regrets like most schools, I think what what sex the school party said it, really Four Every class begins with a, prayer each, Wednesday they have process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and just sort of reflect on. That they've been kind to others, things you, know positive things that had happened to them upcoming. Challenges and so things are top to be very. Reflective they also between the junior and senior summers are asked to go on six week volunteer trip that that they all counts. Out very. Grueling you, know one person told me he went to the Dominican Republic for six weeks and built a road by hand with no. Electricity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal. Reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WTVN

"Over having, the perfect, digress why, are you cutting the grass. It looks fine already cut two or three times a week one of the guys, I, talked to he mows the. Entire surface twice each. Time he mows because he likes uniformity rogue blades of grass Picking. Up he'll pull them up by hand, Wall Street Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme. Cases of long care he's here later in the hour There's a private school in the Washington DC area, that's. Getting quite a reputation? Current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new nominee. To the court Brett cavenaugh, both, attended, Georgetown. Prep in north Bethesda? Maryland what sets it apart aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year intuition here's Wall Street, Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there, was a lot of talk about this school. In Washington called Georgetown prep because Catch break habit all went there on, the, previous Trump pick for? The supreme court of course it also graduate he, graduated two years behind cabinet, on, an, another. Major Trump appointee Jerome? Powell the fed chairman is also a graduate and so this sort of got people My newsroom. Singing is, this is school becoming the new famous school in Washington that's producing political bigshots that in addition to I guess. The Ivy league schools right with these most of these. Folks seemed to come from the relevant comparison especially in Washington Washington prep. School Sidwell friends you know that is typically the place where Democrats emerge fan to. Democratic President, Bill Clinton Barack. Obama's at their kids there so I think that's sort thought of. Is very, prestigious but we've seen recently is a. Georgetown prep considered a conservative type school I, don't think. That they would call themselves sad they aren't. Jesse went to school and I think you know speaking to alumni that that. The student body many years tends to lean, slightly conservative just because they're Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they would sell themselves that way in fact, and it teaching really emphasizes some, sort of. Social Justice, themes like you know helping the poor so so what is it about this school then well I do think. That there is a large conservative Catholic population in Washington. That tensor students they're United some people call it the the Catholic elite Necessarily use that term We've definitely seen a string of people come, out of the school and, so the question arose what was? It about the school you. Know what it was it just goes back that this is where conservative families wanted to send their kids or was it really the? School's emphasis on service and I think probably it's. Both of their same what's the what's curriculum like the curriculum is theory. Regrets like most schools I think what what sets the school apart is that it really Bring to the. Fore every class. Begins with, a prayer each Wednesday they have process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven. Minutes and just sort of reflect on ways that. They've been kind to others things you know positive things that had happened. To them upcoming challenges and so things students are taught to be very reflective they also between the junior and senior summers are asked to go on, a six week volunteer trip. That that they all count sounds very grueling you know one person, told me he went to, the Dominican Republic for six weeks? And built a road by. Hand with no electricity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing? GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher. That you're quoted in the story who said something along the lines of..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A week one of the guys, I talked to a most entire surface twice each time he mows because he likes uniformity Rogue blades of. Grass, sticking up he'll pull them up. A hand Wall Street. Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme cases of lawn care. He's here later in the hour There's a private school in, the, Washington DC area that's getting quite a reputation current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch, and new nominee to the, court, Brad, Kavanagh. Both attended Georgetown prep? In north Bethesda Maryland what sets it apart aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition here's. Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you, found there's a lot of talk about this. School in Washington called Georgetown because Catch break habit all went there on the previous Come Of, course it also. Graduate he graduated two years behind cabinet on another major Trump appointees, Powell the fed, chairman he's also a graduate and got people in my newsroom, thinking is this school that sort of becoming the new famous school in Washington that's producing, political bake? Shots not that in addition, to I guess the Ivy league, schools right with. These most of these folks seemed to come, from. Right the relevant, comparison especially in, Washington Washington prep schools is suitable. Friends you, know that is typically the place where Democrats emerge fan To Democratic, President Bill Clinton Barack Obama center kids there so Very prestigious but we've. Seen Recently is Georgetown prep, considered a, conservative type school I. Don't think that they. Would call them so sad they aren't Jesuit school and I think Speaking to alumni that, that the student body many years tends to lean. Play we, conservative just because they're Catholic upbringing but I, don't think that they. Would. Sell themselves in fact teaching really emphasizes some? Sort, of social Justice like helping the poor so so what. Is it about this school then well I do think. That there is sort, of a large Conservative Catholic population in Washington that tensor shouldn't? Stereotype, for some people call it the the Catholic you leap I don't know necessarily us We've definitely seen a string of people, come out of the school, and so the question arose what was it about the? School you know with it was it just the fact that this is where conservative families, wanted to send their cancer whether it really. The school's emphasis on service and I think probably. It's both of those things what's the what's curriculum like the curriculum is. Theory regrets like most schools I think what what sets the school, apart is that it really Brings to, the fore every class begins with a prayer each Wednesday? They have a process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be, silent for seven minutes and just sort of. Reflect on ways that they've been kind to others. Things you know positive things that had happened to them upcoming challenges and. So I think students are taught to be very reflective they also Between junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week volunteer trip that that bail all very grueling you know one person, told me he went to the Dominican Republic for. Six weeks and built a road. By hand, with no electricity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher that you, quoted in, the story who said something along the lines of. If you're not going to take part academically you gotta take. Part physically Yes it was a former student I think the point, he was making was that Service takes many forms and a lot of she end up going into the military, and he played at the sort of funny example where he said his French teacher anytime someone had not done their, homework and didn't know an answer to a question that the. French teacher would say jumped out the. Window, and run some laps around. The school kids kinda thought it was a joke He was like no I'm not kidding Out, of that window And the point, he was, making was you know if you're not gonna petrified academically, by doing your work then you've got to participate in. Some way or another I know, it's been. Some years I guess but any of the teachers that are still there recall having had say the bread Cavanaugh in..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I two or three times a week. One of the guys I talked to, he mows the entire surface twice each time. He mows just because he likes uniformity. And then if there's any rogue blades of grass sticking, pull them out by hand. Wall Street. Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme cases of long care, easier later in the hour There's, a private, school in the Washington DC area. That's getting quite a reputation current supreme court Justice, Neil, Gorsuch and new nominee to the court Brett Cavanaugh both attended Georgetown prep in, north Bethesda Maryland what sets, it, apart, aside. From the sixty thousand? Dollars a year in tuition here's Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman, Michelle, what have you found there was a lot of talk about the school in Washington Georgetown. Pratt because, catch break cabin. All went there on the previous come pick for the, supreme court of course it also graduate he graduated two years behind cabinet And another major Trump appointee Jerome Powell the fed chairman he's. Also a graduate and so this sort of got people might newsroom thinking is this. Is the, school that sort of becoming the new famous school. In Washington that's producing, political bigshots not that in, addition to I guess the Ivy league schools right, where these most of these folks seem to come from right. I think that the relevant comparison especially in Washington Washington prep school Sidwell friends, you know that, is, typically the, place where Democrats emerged from to. Democratic President Bill Clinton Barack Obama sent their kids, there, so I think that's sort of thought of is very prestigious but we've seen, sort of shift recently is, Georgetown, prep, considered. A conservative type school? You know I don't think that they would call themselves sad they, aren't, Jesuit school and I think you know from speaking to alumni that that the student body. Many years, tends to lean. Slightly conservative just because of their Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they, would sell, themselves that way, in fact think Kathy. With teaching really emphasizes some sort of social Justice themes like you know helping the poor so so what is it about this school then well I do think? That there is a sort, of large conservative Catholic population in. Washington? That sensor students there I've heard some people call it. The. The Catholic elite I don't know, if I would, necessarily use that, term but. You know we've definitely seen a string of people come out of the school and so, the question arose what was it. About the school you know with it was it just the. Fact that this is where conservative families wanted to send their kids or was it. Really the, school's emphasis on service and I think probably it's. Both of their things, what's the what's curriculum like, the curriculum is very regrets like most schools I, think what what sets the school apart is that it really Brings such as we shouldn't to, the floor every class begins with a prayer each Wednesday they. Have process, that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent, for seven, minutes and just. Sort. Of ways that they've been kind of others? Things, you know positive things that had happened to them upcoming challenges and so I think students are taught to. Be very reflective they also between the junior and senior. Summers are asked to go on a six week I, volunteer trip that, that by all accounts sounds very grueling you know one person told, me he went to the, Dominican Republic for six weeks and built a road by? Hand with no electric city we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written, a piece entitled the all boys high school producing? GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WLAC

"Men who obsess over having the perfect digress say why are. You cutting the grass it looks fine already cut two or three times. A week one of the guys. I talked to the entire surface twice each time he mows because he likes uniformity and then if there's any rogue Grass sticking. Up he'll pull them out by hand Wall Street Journal reporter Bob Haggerty. Found extreme cases of long care he's here later in the hour There's a private school in the Washington DC, area, that's getting quite a reputation current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new nominee, to the court Brett Kavanagh, both, attended, Georgetown. Prep in north Bethesda? Maryland what sets it apart aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition here's Wall Street. Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there, was a lot of talk about this school. In Washington called Georgetown prep because Catch breakout all, went, there on the previous Trump supreme court of course also graduate he graduated two, years behind cabinet on an, another, major, Trump. Appointee Jerome Powell the fed chairman he's also a graduate and got people in my newsroom thinking is this Cool that, sort of becoming the new famous school in Washington that's producing, political bake, shop that. In addition to I guess the Ivy league schools right where these. Most of, these folks seemed. To come from right I think that the relevant comparison especially in Washington Practical at the Sidwell friends you. Know. That is typically the place where, Democrats emerge fan To. Democratic President, Bill Clinton Barack Obama's at their kids there so This is very prestigious but. We've seen recently is a Georgetown prep considered a. Conservative type school I, don't think that they would call themselves sad they aren't Jesuit school and I, think you know curb speaking to alumni that, that the student body many years tends to lean conservative. Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they would sell that way in. Fact Teaching. Really emphasizes Sort of social, Justice themes, like you know. Helping. The poor so so what is it about? This, school then well I do think that there is a large Conservative Catholic population in Washington that tensor students? There, some people call it the the Catholic elite Necessarily you bet We've definitely seen a string of people come out, of the school and so, the question arose what was it? About the school you know, what it was it just the fact that this is where conservative families wanted to send their kids or was it really the school's? Emphasis on service and I think probably it's both. Of those? Same what's? The what's curriculum like the curriculum is theory regrets. Like most schools I think what what the school apart is that it really Brings to the fore? Every class begins with a. Prayer each Wednesday they had a process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and? Just sort of reflect on that they'd been kind. To others? Know positive? Things that had happened to them upcoming challenges and. So things students are taught to be very reflective they also Between. Junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week volunteer trip that that all countdown severe grueling you know one person told me, he went to the Dominican Republic for six weeks. And built a road by hand. With no, electricity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student. Or a teacher that you're in the story who said something along the lines of..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WLAC

"One hundred ninety three countries, and the men who obsess over. Having the perfect grass Some of the wives say why are, you cutting the grass it looks fine already two or. Three times a week one of the guys I talked to. A most entire surface twice each, time he mows just because he likes uniformity and then, if there's any rogue blades of grass sticking up pull them out by hand Wall Street, Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme cases of lawn care he's here later in the hour There's a private school in the, Washington DC area that's getting quite? A reputation current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new. Nominee to the court. Brett Cavanaugh both attended Georgetown prep in north Bethesda Maryland. What sets it apart aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition here's Wall Street Journal, reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there, was a lot of talk about this school. In Washington called Georgetown prep because Catch breakout all went there on the previous Trump pick for, the supreme court of course it, also graduated you graduated two, years behind. Cabinet an another major Trump appointee Jerome Powell the fed chairman is also a graduate and got people in my newsroom thinking is this is cool that sort of becoming the new. Famous school in Washington that's, producing political bigshots note that in addition to I guess the Ivy league schools right where these. Most. Of these folks seem to come, from right I, think that the, relevant comparison. Especially in, Washington Washington prep school Sidwell friends you know that is typically the place where Democrats emerge fan to democratic presidents. Bill Clinton Barack Obama's at their kids there so that's. Sort of thought of it as very prestigious but we've seen recently is, a Georgetown prep considered a conservative type school I don't. Think that they would call, themselves sad they aren't Jesuit school and I think you know curb speaking to alumni that that. The. Student body many years tends to, lean conservative just, because of their, Catholic upbringing. But I, don't think that they would sell themselves that way in fact teaching really emphasizes some sort of social Justice like. Helping the poor so so what is it about this. School then well I do think that there is a sort of large Conservative Catholic. Population. In Washington that sensor students there some people? Call, it the the Catholic League adapted necessarily use that term We've? Definitely seen a string, of people come out of, the school and so, the question arose what was it about the school you know with it Was it just the fact that this. Is where conservative families? Wanted to send their kids or was it really, the school's emphasis, on service and I think? Probably it's both of those same what's the what's curriculum like the, curriculum is very regrets like, most schools I think what what? Sets the school apart Really Brings to the. Fore every class begins with a, prayer each, Wednesday they have a process that they go to examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and just sort of reflect on ways that they'd been kind to others, things you, know positive things that had happened to them upcoming. Challenges and so things students are taught to be very. Reflective they also Between junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week volunteer trip that that may all countdown very grueling you know one person told, me he went to the Dominican Republic for six. Weeks and built a road by. Hand with, no electricity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher that you, quoted in, the story who said something along the lines of..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For spending part of your weekend with us, here's what's coming up this hour you've heard about the. Risks associated with grilling but that's only part of a list. Of new perils there are also, warnings about things like corn on the cob most banks, are fairly boring places but one CEO is trying to change our perception. Here how, the man who has traveled to you more places around the world anyone else including one. Hundred ninety three countries and, the men who obsess over having? The perfect grass some of the wife say why are you. Cutting the grass it. Looks fine already cut two or three times a week. One of the guys I talked, to a most entire surface twice each time. He mows because he likes uniformity there's any rogue blades of grass digging. Up he'll pull them out by hand On Wall Street Journal, reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme cases of lawn. Care here later in the hour Well, there's a, private school in the Washington DC. Area that's getting quite a reputation current supreme court, Justice, Neil Gorsuch and new nominee to the court Brett Cavanaugh both attended Georgetown prep, in north Bethesda Maryland what, sets, it, apart. Aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition here's Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there was a lot of talk about this school in Washington Georgetown prep because Catch break Calvin all, went, there, on. The previous Trump picks surpreme court near of course it also graduate you graduated two years behind, cabinet And another major Trump appointee Powell the fed chairman is also a graduate and got people in, my newsroom thinking is this school that? Sort of becoming the new famous school in Washington that's. Producing. Political bigshots note that in addition, to I guess the Ivy. League schools right where these most of these folks seem to come from right, I think that. The relevant comparison especially in Washington Prep school Sidwell friends, that is typically the place where Democrats emerged from to Democratic President, Bill Clinton Barack Obama sent the kids there so that's sort. Of it's, very prestigious but we've seen recently is a Georgetown prep, considered a conservative type. School. You know I don't think that they would? Call, themselves sad they aren't Jesuit school and I think you know Trump speaking to alumni that, that the student body many years tends to lean slightly conservative just because their. Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they would sell themselves that way in, fact and Kenya teaching really emphasizes some sort of social Justice like helping the poor so so what is it about this, school then well I do think that? There is a large conservative Catholic population in Washington that? Sensor. Students nitrogen people call it the, the Catholic elite Not necessarily use bet We've definitely seen a string of people come, out of the school and, so the question arose what was it about the school? You know with it was it just the fact that this is where conservative families wanted to send their kids or whether it really the. School's emphasis on service and I think probably it's. Both of, their same what's the what's curriculum like the curriculum is theory, regrets like most school they think what what sets the school apart is that it really Bring veterans To. The four every class begins with. A prayer, each Wednesday they have a process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and just sort of time that they'd been kind to, others things, you know positive things that had happened to them. Upcoming challenges and so students are taught to. Be reflective they also Between the junior and senior. Summers are asked to go on six week volunteer trip that that they all accounts out very grueling you know one person told me he went to, the Dominican Republic for six weeks and built..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on KTRH

"Ninety three countries, and the men who obsess over having the perfect grass wife, say why are you cutting the grass it looks fine already tried two or three times. A week one of the guys I talked. To a most entire surface twice each time. He mows because he, likes, uniformity there's any rogue blades of grass Digging. Up not a hand Wall Street Journal reporter Bob Haggerty. Found extreme cases of long care. He's here later in the hour There's a private. School in the Washington DC area that's getting quite, a. Reputation current supreme court? Justice Neil Gorsuch and new nominee to the court. Brad Kavanagh both attended Georgetown, prep, in, north. Bethesda Maryland what sets? It apart aside from the sixty thousand dollars a year tuition, here's, Wall, Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there was a lot of talk about this. School in Washington Georgetown Pratt because Catch break cabin all went there on the, previous Trump picks at. His opinion court of course it just also graduate he graduated two, years behind, cabinet on an another major Trump appointee. Jerome Powell the fed chairman is also a graduate and so this sort of got people in my newsroom singing is this is school that's sort of becoming the. New famous school in Washington, that's producing political bigshots note that in? Addition to I guess the Ivy league schools right where. These. Most of these folks seem to, come from right, I think that the, relevant comparison. Especially in, Washington I Washington prep school civil friends you know that is typically the place, where Democrats emerged from to Democratic. President Bill Clinton Barack Obama sent their kids there so. That's sort of thought of it as very prestigious but we've seen recently is a, Georgetown prep considered a conservative type school I don't think. That they would call themselves, sad they aren't Jesuit school and I think you know Trump speaking to alumni that that the. Student. Body many years tends to lean, slightly conservative just, because of their Catholic, upbringing but. I don't, think that they would sell themselves that way in fact teaching really emphasizes some, sort of social Justice themes like. You know helping the poor so so what is it. About this school then well I do think that there is a large Conservative Catholic population in Washington that sensors I've? Heard, some people call it the the Catholic elite I don't know how it necessarily use that term but We've definitely, seen a string of people, come out of the school and so the question arose? What was it about the school you know with it was it just a fact that, this is where conservative families wanted to send their? Kids or was it really the school's emphasis on. Service and, I think probably? It's both of those things what's the what's the, curriculum like the, curriculum is very rigorous like most schools I, think what what sets the school apart that it, really Brings such as education To the four at every class. Begins with, a prayer each Wednesday they have a process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and just sort of reflect on ways that they've been, kind to, others things you know positive things that had happened. To them upcoming callenges and so things students are taught. To be very reflective they also Between junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week volunteer trip that that by all accounts out very grueling one person, told me he went to the Dominican Republic for six weeks and built a road. By hand, with no electricity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher that you're, quoted in, the story who said something along the lines of..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Over having the perfect grass Why, are you cutting the grass it looks fine already Two or three times a week one of the guys that. I talked to a most entire surface twice each time he mows because he likes uniformity if there's any rogue plays of grasping hand Wall Street. Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme. Cases of lawn care he's here? Later in the hour There's a, private, school, in. The Washington DC area? That's getting quite a reputation current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new nominee to the court Brett Kavanagh both, attended Georgetown prep in north Bethesda Maryland what sets it apart aside from the sixty. Thousand dollars a year in tuition here's Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there was a lot of talk about this. School in Washington called Georgetown because Catch break Calvin all went there on the previous Come takes opinion coordinator of course it also graduated graduated two years. Behind cabinet on an another major Trump. Appointee Powell the fed chairman is, also a graduate got people in my newsroom thinking is this school becoming the new famous school in Washington, that's producing political bigshots note that in? Addition to I guess the Ivy league schools right where. These. Most of these folks seem to, come from right, I think that the relevant comparison. Especially in, Washington I Washington prep school Sidwell friends you know that is typically the, place where Democrats emerged to Democratic. President Bill Clinton. Barack Obama sent their kids there so Very prestigious but we've. Seen Georgetown prep? Considered a, conservative type school I don't. Think that they would, call themselves sad they aren't Jesuit school and I think speaking, to alumni that that the student body many years tends to, lean conservative just because their Catholic upbringing but I don't think. That they, would sell themselves that way in fact teaching really emphasizes some. Sort. Of social Justice helping the poor so so? What, is it about the school then well I do think that there is large Conservative Catholic population in Washington that sensors shouldn't? Stereotype, people call it the the Catholic elite Necessarily a terrier in bed We've definitely seen a string of people, come out of the school, and so the question arose what was it about the? School you know with it was it just the fact that this is where conservative families, wanted to send their kids or was it really? The school's emphasis on service and I think probably. It's both? Of those same? What's the what's the curriculum like curriculum, theory regrets like most schools I think what what sets the school apart is that it really Brings such as education Four every class. Begins with, a prayer each Wednesday they have a process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and just sort of We said they'd been. Kind of, others things you know positive things that had happened to them upcoming challenges and so students are taught to be very reflective they also Between their junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week volunteer trip that that. Bail all sounds very grueling you know one person. Told me he went to the Dominican Republic for six weeks and built. A road by hand with no electric city we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing, GOP bigwigs was it a. Student or a teacher that you quoted in, the story, who said something along the lines of if you're. Not going to take part academically you gotta take. Part physically Yes it was a former student I think the point, he was making was that Service, cakes, many forums and a lot..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Men who obsess over having the perfect grass Why are, you cutting the grass it looks fine already cut two. Or three times a week one of the guys I talked. To he most entire surface twice, each time os just because he likes uniformity and then, if there's any rogue blades of grass camp he'll pull them out by hand Wall Street, Journal reporter Bob Haggerty found extreme cases of lawn care he's here later in the hour There's a private school in the Washington DC area that's getting? Quite a reputation current supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new. Nominee to the court Brett Cavanaugh both attended Georgetown prep in north Bethesda Maryland what sets it apart aside from. The sixty thousand dollars a year in tuition here's Wall, Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found, there was a lot of talk about this. School in Washington Georgetown practice because Catch Brad Kavanagh, went, there, on. The previous Trump pick? For the supreme court of course it also graduated graduated two years behind cabinet And another major Trump appointee Durham Powell the fed chairman is also a graduate? And got people in my, newsroom thinking is this school that. Sort? Of becoming the new famous school in Washington that's producing. Political. Bigshots not that in addition to, I guess the, Ivy league schools right, where these most of these folks seem to come from right I think, that the relevant comparison especially in Washington I Washington prep school the Sidwell. Friends that. Is typically the place where Democrats emerge fan To democratic. Presidents Bill, Clinton Barack Obama's kids there so I think that's sort of thought, of it, as very prestigious. That. We've seen sort of shift recently is a? Georgetown, prep considered a conservative type school he no I don't think that they would call themselves. Sad they aren't at school and I think you know speaking to alumni that, that the student body many years tends to lean tightly conservative just because their Catholic upbringing but? I don't think that they, would sell themselves that way in. Fact? And Catholic teaching really emphasizes some sort of social Justice. Themes. Like you know helping the poor, so so what, is it about this, school then well I do think that there is sort of large Conservative Catholic, population in, Washington that tensor. Shouldn't. Stereotype heard some people call it the the? Catholic, elite I don't know it necessarily use that term We've definitely seen a string of people come out of the school and so the question, arose what was it about school you know with? It was it just the fact that this is. Where conservative? Families wanted to send their kids or was it really the, school's emphasis on service and I think probably it's both of those things what's the what's curriculum like the curriculum is theory reckless like most school they think what what. Sets the school apart is that it really Bring to the floor every class begins with? A prayer each Wednesday they have a process that they go through called examine where students, are asked to be silent for seven minutes and? Just sort of reflect on that they've been kind. To others? Things you know positive things that had happened to them upcoming, challenges and so, things students are taught to be reflective they also Between the. Junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week volunteer tripped that by all accounts out very grueling you know one person told me he, went to the Dominican Republic for six weeks and. Built a road by hand with. No electricity, we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student or. A teacher that you're quoted in, the story, who said something along the lines of if you're, not going to take part academically you gotta take. Part physically Yes it was a former student I think the point he was, making was that you know service takes many forms, and a, lot of ended up going into the military and he saved it just sorta funny example where he said his French teacher. Anytime someone had not done their homework and didn't. Know an answer to a question that the French teacher would say jump. Out the window and Wrentham laps around the school and kids kinda thought it was a joke but he was like no I'm not kidding you know to, jump out of that window And, the, point, he, was making was you know if you're not gonna. Speed, academically by doing your work..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Else including one hundred ninety three countries and the men who obsess over having the perfect. Grass some of the wives, say why are you cutting the? Grass it looks fine already cut two or three times a. Week one of the guys I talked, to he mows entire surface twice each. Time he mows just because he likes, uniformity there's any rogue of grass. Damp he'll pull them up a hand Wall Street Journal, reporter Bob, Haggerty founded Extreme cases of long care he's here later, in the hour There's a private. School in the, Washington, DC area, that's getting quite a reputation current. Supreme court Justice Neil Gorsuch and new nominee to, the, court Brett Cavanaugh both attended Georgetown prep in north Bethesda Maryland what sets it, apart aside from the sixty, thousand, dollars, a. Year in tuition here's? Wall Street Journal reporter Michelle Hackman Michelle what have you found there was a lot of talk about this. School in Washington Georgetown practice because Catch break having all went there on the previous Trump for this opinion court of, course it. Also graduated graduated two years behind cabinet And another major Trump appointee Durham Powell, the fed chairman is also a graduate and seditious got people in my newsroom thinking is, this school? That sort of becoming the, new famous school in Washington that's. Producing? Political bake shots not that in addition to I guess. The. Ivy league schools right where these, most of these, folks seem to come from right. I think, that the relevant comparison especially in Washington I Washington prep school of friends you know that is typically. The place where Democrats emerged from to Democratic President Bill Clinton Barack Obama's kids there so I think that's sort of it's. Very, prestigious, that we've seen recently is a Georgetown prep considered. A conservative type school, he no I don't think that they would call themselves sad they aren't Jesuit, school and I think you know Trump speaking to alumni that that the student body. Many years. Tends to lean conservative just because of their Catholic upbringing but I don't think that they would sell themselves that way in fact I can't do. It teaching really emphasizes some sort of social Justice themes like you know helping the poor so so what is it about. This, school, then well I do think that there is sort. Of large conservative Catholic, population in Washington the tensor shouldn't stereotype for some people call it the two, Catholic elite I don't know necessarily use that term pet We've definitely seen a string of people come out, of the school and so the question arose what was it. About the, school you know with it was it just the fact that this is where, conservative families, wanted to send. Their. Kids or was it really the school's emphasis? On, service and I think probably it's both of those things what's the what's curriculum. Like the curriculum is very rigorous like most school they think what what. Sets the school apart that I'm it really Bring fetch To the four at every class begins with. A prayer, each Wednesday they have a process that they go through called examine where students are asked to be silent for seven minutes and just sort of reflect on lease that they've been kind of, others things, you know positive things that had happened to them. Upcoming challenges and so things students are taught to be. Very reflective they also Between the. Junior and senior summers are asked to go on a six week I volunteer trip that that by all accounts out very grueling you know one person told, me he went to the Dominican Republic for six weeks and built a road by. Hand with, no electrcity we're speaking with Michelle Hackman Wall Street Journal reporter she's written a piece entitled the all boys high school producing GOP bigwigs was it a student or a teacher that you quoted, in the, story who said something along the lines of if..

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The inability to find certain information online don't rule out your local librarian these folks handle daily telephone calls about everything wall street journal reporter bob haggerty says even in the internet age reference librarians still dig up answers that require extra effort searching old books microfilm and paper files looking for everything from say owners of long defunct firms to some weather report from the 19th century bob would it be found while yet people still allow want to have some help trump people you can find a lot you could find at 1000 on google by you might not know which into the correct answer and librarians can help with that library adult who have access to databases that you can't find on the internet they can dig into articles a hundred years ago in a local paper for instance or the city directory from 1943 so there are a lot of things they can find and then a lot of people just don't or can't use a computers show they come to libraries all kinds of very basic questions bruins in the least sort of reading between the lines in your story librarians roles become like a four one one race they get an answer anything that's true and people call them up to ask what time it is uh people oust them for a phone numbers wow people ask them for stock prices and who's going to pitch for the dodgers tonight you name it and that's i did this part of their duties i guess i mean have the evolved over the years or this it's always been away they have evolved died some ways because i mean partly because a lot of people do get basic information from google today so they might come to the liar varies with a more difficult challenging research questions but there's still a lot of people who ask questions that could be found fairly easily on the internet and lie branch really welcome these questions i think partly because the more people they're serving the more they can justify taxpayer funding and there are a lot of people who don't have access to computers and so can't they can't get a job because you have to apply online so the one place they go for help is the library what's interesting in the library going.

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is the library what's interesting in the library kind of offers even the basic skills with regards that selfrule they that's right they'll take you how to use a computer how to set up an email account everything you need to know also why you mention privacy is respected explain that well there they're good at not asking you why you want something for instance the library pittsburgh was asked to supply instructions for how to build a guillotine dan i should say they didn't uh pass the prison why he wanted to build a guillotine they just sent him some diagrams listening with wall street journal reporter bob haggerty israel an interesting piece entitled google smuggle referenced librarians are busier than ever why is it i guess at least according to the headline that they're busier than ever i would think the opposite might be true with the the amount of available search engines today online well i take library leader assassinated in the past and people who are still there apple lots of duty not just entering questions though that kept happy most of the time god and i thought was interesting to you not only looked at pittsburgh but you said even in silicon valley rake a home of some of these search engine headquarters these earnings are busy that's right yeah eibnet guide the headline grain in mountain view california and she told me somebody call up to ask for the address to the white house what's the future for librarians today the see them sticking around her been big managing at least the the same amount of work in the coming years liberians i talked to dictate yelled at dowden they're going to stay in business because there is a huge need pretty service it is there a time i.

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The attain i should say they didn't uh ask the prison why he wanted to build a g and they just sent him some diagrams wall street journal reporter bob haggerty is written an interesting piece entitled google smuggle reference librarians are busier than ever why is that i guess a at least according to the headline that they're busier than ever i would think the opposite might be true with the the amount of available search engines that i online well i think that libraries headed leader assassinated in the past and people who are still there have lots of duties not just answering questions show that kept hopping most of the time god and i thought was interesting to uniquely looked at pittsburgh but you said even in silicon valley right the home of some of these search engine headquarters these liberians are busy that's right yeah i've i talked to the headline brian in mountain view california and she taught me somebody called up to ask for the address to the white house what's the future for librarians to the the see them sticking around or been bit managing at least the the same amount of work in the coming years well i burns i talked to did feel that dafne they're going to stay in business because there is a huge need for these services time i guess when they feel like everything will be online like you point out they have access to databases that are not public or at least have not been published on always microfilm or something we'll that change ever well you know i think even if somebody to put everything online a lot of people wouldn't have the skill to make the right kind of search and wouldn't know what to believe what was credible what is the best way to narrow down your results from you know a million different documents to the one you really need bob's wall street journal reporter bob haggerty in pittsburgh it's now after the hour.

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"bob haggerty" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bob haggerty" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And perina products that day after thanksgiving but we won't we'll just say there's so many things going on right now you'll have to check it all out at countered that foods tom because with 20 locations there's bound to be plenty of activity this month at a conquered pets near you so i learned something new ever natal in the other day when i was in there my hair was in desperate need of cut in a cow and i didn't know what colour i wanted so earned my came out with a color aboard and she showed me all different things and she basically mixed up a color just for me based on what i was looking forward a cat really good it's like a brown wissam violin low lights evade nino know subtle but it looks really goal make an appointment today 3 0 to 73 sixty seventy or r e n e d e l y n dot com or finding themselves busier than ever they're they're good at not ask you why do you want something princeton the library pittsburgh was out to supplier instructions for how to build a guillotine argued they didn't pass the prison why he wanted to build a guillotine they just sent him some diagrams wall street journal reporter bob haggerty on the different questions and problems that face reference librarians on a daily basis these here in about twenty minutes the justice department says it will sue the block at and t's one hundred eight billion dollar acquisition of time warner time warner which jones hbo tnt ntb s is mostly in the pure content business while at t which sells fallen internet access and owns direct tv is largely in the media distribution business rendall stevenson is the ceo of eight t and we analysis deal the best legal minds in.

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