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"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
"We've always known that the best teams and the best departments in the best organizations are those that are diverse and we've been very excited that with one of our class where we've been doing deep work with their individuals their departments their teams that when we've determined what everybody's strengths values and personality styles are that instead of feeling like oh but everybody should be the same they've actually celebrated the differences off of the individuals so years ago, actually I I heard that Abraham Lincoln when he was elected president loaded his cabinet off with enemies could be a strong word, but definitely Rivals and people who didn't care that he was president. In fact, there were some who thought they should have been presidential. And others who just thought he shouldn't have been president. So. That was a very bold move because he was essentially creating a cabinet of people that were going to question asked, you know, everything that he was doing there was actually a book now called Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin. I've read excerpts from it and indeed that is what he did. He put opposite party members off the cabinet whatever not not just because they all had to be smart. They had to be intelligent people and he knew that but they had different opinions about how things should be done in the world and he knew that it would keep him honest. No pun intended. We think he had a better presidency as a result of it and indeed the model has been used by other presidents who are forward-thinking, you know, and I think that's the point the forward-thinking. We are in a period of time and have been not just because of covid-19 but because of Technology racing so much faster than we would have ever believed twenty or thirty years ago. It's important that there's change that there is innovation that there is adaptation because if you just do things the way it's always been done, you're not going very far and surrounding yourself with. Yes, ma'am. And yes women is just going to give you more of the same..
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I highly recommend recommend Doris Kearns Goodwin's book team of rival Rivals rather than distancing himself from his opponents. He embraced them and ultimately won them over both in friendship and in respect. Interestingly enough, Jesus did much the same. He chose 12 extremely diverse and desperate men to be his closest friends and followers. One was a tax collector who worked hand in glove with the occupying Roman government. Another was a zealot who was committed to overthrowing the same I can remotely imagine they're fireside chats. That pattern of belonging together. Despite differences and disagreements became evidence in the early church as individuals from various nations and cultures. Folks who spoke different languages claimed to common unity and identity because of their shared confession. That Jesus is Lord So what of us? What are we to do? How are we tow handle the climate of division and divisiveness in which we find ourselves. Elton True Blood, well respected quake or teacher and leader asks and answers a very similar question. When he writes somewhere in the world, there should be a society consciously and deliberately devoted to the task of seeing how love can be made Riel. And demonstrating that love in practice. Unfortunately, there is only one candidate for the task. If God as we believe, is truly revealed in the life of Christ, the most important thing to him is the creation of centers of loving fellowship. Which in turn infect the world, Whether or not the world can be redeemed in this way, we do not know. But at least it is clear that there is no other way. Those centers of loving Fellowship of which he writes. Is the church. Locally globally. Just as I am firmly convinced that Jesus is the only hope for the world time equally convinced that his body the church is the last best and only hope we have to find unity in the midst of diversity and division and disagreement. Why Not because of who we are, but because of who's we are not because of what we have done or have the capacity to do, but because of what God has already done for us in Jesus Christ As Dietrich Bond Hoffer states. It's so clearly we have a mediated relationship with one another. Christ stands between us and God. And for that reason he stands between us and all others. Mission. He Stanley Jones states that even more simply When he says I belong to Christ. You belong to Christ. We belong together. Christianity is essentially a community affair. Writes John Bailey. It is a relation between the individual soul and God, but it is a relation that can be realized only within that universal community, which is the Church of Christ. This means I cannot be a Christian all by myself. I cannot retire into my own shell or into my own corner and live the Christian life there. A single individual cannot be Christian in his or her singleness. It is on ly in Christ that we can enjoy full community with one another. And it is only in our togetherness with one another that we can enjoy full communion with Christ. In our gospel lesson this morning. We read as I mentioned a portion of Jesus. Hi priestly prayer. We commonly referred to the Lord's Prayer, the what? Some would call the our father as being Jesus prayer. But really, it's not. That's a model prayer that Jesus gave us. But in John chapter 17 we actually hear Jesus praying. The prayer he offers is easily divided into three parts. First, he prays for himself. He prays for his own obedience unto death, so that through it, he could bring glory to the father and secure the way of our salvation. Second, he prays for his disciples. That they may remain unified and protected even in his departure, and that they may know courage and joy as they take the gospel message out into the world. And then finally, in the portion, which we've just read this morning. Jesus. Praise for us. Praise for all those who will come to believe because of the message, which is shared by the disciples. And for what does he pray? That they may be completely one. So that the world may know that you have sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me. Jesus praise that we might demonstrate unity in love, even in our diversity, unity, not uniformity so that the world may come to believe. So that the world might look at us and say, Look at those Christians. How, despite all of their differences They love and care for one another. We sang the song they'll know we are Christians by our Love. Friends. There are some things that only God can do, and there are other things that only we can do with God's aid. And in this age of divisiveness and disagreements, we must assume our responsibility. As we seek to demonstrate unity in appreciation of our diversity. Disagreement without division or divisiveness. Open discussion and debate without anger and hostility. Strong defensive positions without denigration of persons. The willingness to see one another, either as one in whom Christ lives or for whom Christ has died. We must each take personal responsibility. For how we are either working to fulfill Jesus prayer on our behalf or Undermining it. By what we say and what we do and how we say it. What we tweet and what we posed in what we blogged. In the midst of all of our strident disagreements. Remember who you are. Don't sacrifice who abandon your own character, your own integrity, your own sense of dignity or worth nor denigrate or diminished that of the one with whom you disagree. And remember whose you are. Or as one cold by the name of Jesus Christ. You represent him in everything that you say everything that you do everything that you write or post That each of us, remember and assume our personal responsibility in answering the prayer with Chief which Jesus prayed on our behalf. I believe Elton Tru Blood is exactly right. There must be a society consciously and deliberately devoted to the task of seeing how love can be made Riel and then demonstrating that love in practice. I'm the only viable candidate for that is us. The church We are the church. So we must live into and up to our responsibility for Christ sake. For the world's sake. For our own sake. I know each of us has firmly held commitments and convictions, and those should never be taken away from us. But nor should we ever seek to deny or silence those of the other. And so we must actively seek to protect the rights and freedoms of others, even as we would our own. As Christians were called individually to respond to the gracious invitation of God to come to faith in Jesus Christ, and in doing that, then we enter into the fellowship, the community of his body, the church. Look at that word community for a moment, unpack it. Com means with as income passion with passion, so were called to live in community calm unity with unity. 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"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Season and Medicare is a Christian Healthcare Sherry Ministry that saves most families about $500 a month. Google Meadow share and see if it's a fit for you. The hottest topics and every day the shutdown of churches talk radio 60 wcbm. 52 right now, Radio 6 80 show. My observation is I think that Donald Trump has done In these situations and to a degree in his cabinet as well, eyes what Abraham Lincoln did, and that is to gather his enemies together or those with opposing points of view together. S so that he could draw the best out of each of them. So I have no problem with his relationship with the doctor on DH. I have no problem with how she's spouting off. I think that it's informative. I actually find it kind of refreshing to not have simply everybody as a rubber stamp for the guy on top of that, But do you think it's refreshing and informative when the guy's been wrong so many times and And the reason why he gets so much positive coverage is because he contradicts or confronts Donald Trump so frequently on DH. So I agree with you. You don't want a bunch of yes, Men. Sitting in a roundtable discussion because that is going to end badly. You should have divergent opinions. But this guy has become a star. And I just think that I understand there's a problem on And as I've said repeatedly, I'm not fault you fan and everybody listens to this show knows that. I just think he's been around too long. He's he is a career bureaucrat. Now on his part of the Deep state, he's part of the swamp right round, by the way, the book Team of rivals Doris Kearns Goodwin, which is the political genius of Abraham Lincoln and how he constructed his Cabinet. It's good, good reading folks like 7 53 right now. Traffic.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To have you decided yet who you wanted to be quarantined with if you only had two people to be quarantined with you well in the short notice here yes I have I have selected a Cup is one of them steeper trend it is not okay that's shocking who've used to let me my video chat so it might the so I just I selected Doris Kearns Goodwin very nice residential historian said to go tell me another story to tell me another story to say something brilliant tell me about Roosevelt again and then this one's your good probably laugh at this one but Frank Caliendo do another impression do another impression right that's funny so then you have the serious on one hand and then laughing on the other hand both of them would want to clobber you probably after about ten minutes I'm not I'm not you're trying to monkey I'm not going to just do tricks for the whole time see the Doris Kearns Goodwin could put a scenario out there historic scenario and then Frank Caliendo could do the voice of it now you should have complete recreation Steve you seldom disappoint that's really that's better than I'd hoped for any of us well done thank you Mr ended if you have been working on this film yeah kind of a similar TransCanada ought here can Jerry Seinfeld got it because I think and not only would it be funny but I think he could explain a lot of these things that are going on right now why is it that the virus the when I wondered why not that there's anything wrong with washing your hands but I would second okay sign filled for you who else has one you get more team with two people that are in your family right and then the other is the guy who came up with that the P. ninety X. videos Worden yeah because I sent a redo ice I Sir doing those again yeah it's been like five years but I figure now that there's no gym to go to and I I can't take classes or anything I would work out at home like a lot of people are doing and so I've been watching the old P. ninety X. he's in so I figure if he's there Hey I get it even better work out right P. ninety X. videos are these the famously impossibly strenuous videos workout regimes that people are really into some time ago you want to be with that guy which is the here's a difference between you and me Dave I was thinking about a bartender that's good so I'm I'm like pastry chef or bartender would be one of mine the the P. ninety X. guys on the outside he's not getting in to my quarantine I don't know who the other person is yet I like I like something like Doris Kearns Goodwin but Jerry Seinfeld who would be interesting not Larry David no that would be the opposite of somebody that might be fun conversationalist you know that I I must say the guy that does Thomas Jefferson and teddy Roosevelt clay Jenkinson when we do those shows where we invited president on the stage each year and we do have one scheduled for October of this year Thomas Jefferson in advance of the election will talk to us about America and I think clay Jenkinson the man that does those would be he's a he's he's so deferential even though he's brilliant he's very accommodating he's a good listener he's very funny and you see that when he's onstage clay if you're listening I think I might ask you to be one of them and then a bartender I think those two would be a really good bartender would be the other one those bills will still roll cons colonel black credible wagon and and see what we can get out of them I I had to raise my eyes when I saw that Harvey Weinstein is now one of the people with the corona virus add to the celebrity list of people who have the virus which is interesting I think because it is proof that no one is immune that we should all be diligent I'm worried that we're going to get lax about this after a while you're not going to have it I'm not going to have it the numbers will start to go down I'm going to say okay we got this thing we have to stay on this flight day one through the middle of whenever let's see the state of Illinois I think is asking us to do this until April seventh and the federal government even longer so let's let's not let our guard down because we're to go bare first guy in the NBA that we heard of that hat and then the other stars whose names you know Kevin Durant has it Idris Elba Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson yeah those are the first ones right you want while but every day it's just somebody else who's famous and many thousands of people who are not the wife of Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau's wife Sophie Gregoire R. Trudeau has it Harvey Weinstein rand Paul and the colon actress Debi Mazor bachelor Colton Underwood Marcus smart among others in the NBA Daniel dae Kim you know you would recognize that actor from lost another TV shows and movies Morocco's prince Albert Sean Payton Dave I didn't see that the coach of the St yeah he was the first person from the NFL or either the league or the team to test positive and he did an interview today John with Peter king for pro football talk and and talked about it and Andy these he said it's it's really been he he got tested Hey guys results back and called is Derry's doctor called with the results and said here's what you gotta do it just been laying low it was good we had a conference call today with the the NFL competition committee but I guess he's recovered no what what what do NFL coaches do they sit around watch film so what do you know what I mean like the busiest week of the year outside of the season it is our coaches with free agency and everything no not that they could travel and then a lot of people who you don't know or know of their titles tell you again that this thing knows no borders and no bounds so the health minister of the UK person with unlimited resources right highly intelligent if anybody should know how to stay safe it would be the health minister of the nation the health minister the UK has it the wife of Spain's prime minister of the home affairs minister of Australia the mayor of Miami the communications director for the president of Brazil was a vector they were worried about transmitting it to the president of the United States Matthew Broderick sister the vice president of a rand and on the list goes right so you and I need to do everything we can to not be on that list of the famous and the infamous and if you are I guess don't be mad at those people let's not shame or blame because anybody it seems can be susceptible maybe because you got it before we were so diligent about this sort of thing which goes to some of the techs were getting you can call or text three one two nine eight one seven two hundred and somebody said John do you know if area golf courses will be allowed to be open this Saturday I saw a lot of people on the golf course near me but that was before five PM I don't know if golf courses I have the governor's edict here I don't see golf courses on there and you figure on a golf course especially if you're golfing with me ain't nobody anywhere near where my ball went so you think that it's very easy to maintain safe social distance on a golf course I know a number of the courses where I normally play have closed and I think some of it also is for their employees right that would be a concern when that yeah I think some people are just rolling out on to the course grab your clubs and just play with that could be male thank you your honor that some of it Patrick you're on WG are what we do for you just six point out that I think that a lot of people listening right now know about a couple people that had V. slash corona virus that we didn't know it was coronavirus December January February when if you like we can half almost two weeks more like complaining and why she also said yeah I got this thing and it hasn't gone away while you know holy cow I've been sick for almost a week and a half two weeks it's ridiculous you know and we trust kids to solve everybody that it was a corona virus thank god and now we can put cascades well son now we have districts will obviously will consult show related to academic wouldn't sexually there already and now that we just have to ask you if we can prove that it's their right yeah Laura yeah you know because people will now I answered you know just that now they have been very test kitchen she worked doctors said all you got the flu go home you know racks Hey get better right and that's kind of what they're doing now Patrick I mean New York state said that they're not even going to test people that have symptoms because they have limited test kits and the treatment is going to be the same whether you have it or not they want everybody to act like you have it if if for instance you went in in New York and got tested they said you're positive they send you back home and said self quarantine there's no point coming in and infecting people along the way everybody right and lesser known right now Lester existence is so dire that you've got to be hospitalized their name on a test you right yeah right now we don't call the hospital if you and if you feel like you know the symptoms don't call the fire department just you know test test points that we have and we don't have that many but if you notice daily we have more more people testing positive for what we had twelve kids yeah it's going on right and that's kind of where I think got you guys but don't trash in general are failing us and they're making it seem like the kids worse every day well no it's not get worse every day it's just getting actually I think both may be true I mean obviously we're getting more of numbers because we're actually put more lines in the pond you're going to catch more fish that way but but the but the incidence I think that we may well be going up as well that's why this fourteen day window is so critical right that's the a period of time in which you would have that it would be infectious so we just draw a line in the sand this is what happened Saturday at five PM if you said okay start with whoever has it we don't know but starting Saturday at five PM no one's going to give it to anybody else then the numbers have to go down if we just sensibly stay quarantined Patrick thanks for calling from Plano Illinois I used to work and live there so John you know they took the test the people that are testing positive today have the numbers that we're seeing from these daily press conferences those are people who got it two weeks ago probably my fault people on social media who were fine on Friday couple of them were sick on Saturday and then Sunday they were even more six of people are getting this every day down I think you're absolutely right on that well think about that I mean if if just if you just consider that the line in the sand yes Saturday at five PM that's when the state of Illinois I said we're going to impose upon you measures by which we think you can't transmit it then everything before Saturday at five PM people were still intermingling it was still going to movies and stores and doing stuff not movies on say Friday that had already been shut down but you get the point so really we.
California monitoring 8,400 people for possible coronavirus and actively testing 33 people
"United States none of not doing so bad not doing so badly the United States has a we have about fifty cases and the fifteen of them are just an inexplicable but about about thirty five of those cases are people coming back from the Yokohama cruise and one of one in California they don't even know how they got that one person you don't know who I just I just saw on television the one L. thirty three cases in California no one will know thirty three people being quarantined and tested they don't know is that right about thirty three cases okay all right no but the point is this that do you remember of course you remember back when the CNN put out that tweet when the when the president had this a panel of experts doctors medical staff and CNN puts out a tweet a picture of that and says another example of the trump administration's a lack of diversity is what they were concerned with back then and this guy did the other night that his name is what a hot elite from The New York Times the other night when the president had his little event press conference bigger than it was and a great one to authorities very presidential and he was like take it easy everybody take it easy and we we should work together so much over and punk in a pantsuit net Nancy Pelosi stop sniping Abby let's work together anyway yeah this guy Wajahat Ali from New York times he says that the the the presentation was only one woman on stage surrounded by nine white men this is only see that these people are sick and I had a really really a second ed and then you had Jon Meacham but remember I told you I tried to watch Doris Kearns Goodwin's yes Washington you Washington special on the history channel and I saw John Avalon from CNN and then Jon Meacham I I got to meet him and then I turn that thing off I couldn't watch anymore because I know he's a raving that TDS afflicted lunatic John legion and I used to know the guy back in the M. S. N. B. C. day's gonna follow them all the time zone I miss all the time anyway this is not what this idiot said about the coronavirus yesterday on MSNBC migraines anxiety aside from the the impact of the virus itself is we're living in an age of xenophobia and it is not impossible to imagine a scenario where blame is cast in a short article in some country or group of people if this becomes worse you have this what is horribly normal what is this what they're worried about that that Americans might die or whatever they'll blame the pecans in here the woman there and I was making mmhm mmhm it Dave stick absolutely nuts out of their minds they hate this place the blame might be kids we should find out how this virus got started just it's it's it's it's just for knowledge sake it if it the blame falls on the Chinese it falls on the
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Know we had I believe it was Friday city we had Doris Kearns Goodwin on was a Friday or Thursday Thursday okay so she got me all jacked up to watch her George Washington series on the on the history channel yeah so I dutifully set my DVR tape Sunday night Monday night and tonight funny how that works out well she got you all jacked up and I could one further away from it no I don't it goes like this makes Jill one of the bombing I know Bernie Texas because don't forget to watch Star Schurman Kerns Goodwin special like ill again not that of course I'm interested history on it just to the presidency I I I I know a lot about watching did but it's just funny how the how the two of us some came away from a because I actually read run sure now he read he wrote the book on Hamilton of the play was based on yeah which was great fantastic and I read his book also when is it as thinkers like the Bible on George Washington it was very boring I have to tell you but I still was she pique my interest and she's an old friend I know she wants to she went totally side ways with the liberals I I know that I understand all that but she still a good historian she wrote some great books this is why I was it well I could much is because they had the commentators that they had on they had on people like that from CNN John Avalon they had on a from MSNBC John Meachem what if it was a and even even Bill Clinton was a cut I mean as soon as I saw the three of them in a couple of others whose names escape me right now I had to cancel my recordings I was once five minutes of it and I don't know that was nice no surprise I I I watch I still want me to price and there's some folks on there that are very tough on trump and Republicans there is nobody I'm telling you there's nobody even holds like Nicole Wallace and Katie Turner no one comes close Doris Kearns Goodwin she just absolutely hates him this buys ism so to hear this to me there's no I would have a more surprising what is said it's not gonna believe this then bring you'll have a white alienate the viewers why why they made if you had some of the most vicious left wing not cakes on this supposedly objective history of I mean I can describe George watching I guess they could maybe they could I just couldn't watch these guys they make me sick to my stomach so I I I I was done I was out of it makes any Miley no you don't get get some people from some university is somebody that we don't know that doesn't people get that professor from New York University that led that though right I mean new York's how do you like that that I don't use that son of a **** Palestinian yeah is what he is Amos Hussein and he's he actually let and he's a teacher it and why you can you imagine the poison that the that the the the faculty on these universities is is is the poison that they're filling our young people's minds with but again no surprise we know this already we know this about our universities are academia we know the specifically about New York University but I mean that you'll hate resent and they probably say that the terrible people but the fact that he was leading the police anarchist protest any teaching kids I saw the subtleties of the same thing but they're only this morning about five forty five AM on fox news these two young kids who actually won the Republican club at NYU I was surprised when even exists but there is one a really cute actually young African American girl and a red headed young men and they were calling for this guy's termination they said you got a pie in the sky you know it's one thing to have free speech I get it it's another to actually have stuff but on the walls of the police kill the cops and this guy was in charge of that how is he still employed I mean these two young kids eighteen year old kids have to be the voice of reason and why you freedom of speech fantastic so but freedom of speech stops when you're asking for people to go out there when every option kill cops look you know well one of our management just texted me a an article that was written in the American spectator by his cousin and it's a very very well written the guy's obviously an intellectual very cerebral article and was about P. booty judge and people to judges dad his dad worked for Notre Dame anyway he he he celebrated this Italian Marx's who's enamored of Marx and Lenin and all these guys yeah one of the things one of the tenets of their philosophy if you want to affect change is you have to infiltrate the media and university it's not enough to go out and just burn things down you have to actually infiltrate the colleges and universities and the culture and that's how you're going to affect change and you see it happening right here in the United States I mean we really are at a crossroads I you have the these people on the left are sick they're sick my of my son we went for a couple interviews for college and every person there that was a Republican said don't mention that you're a Republican yes no no I went through my kids they they had to actually you know they had actually tailor their answers in their papers to what they think the teacher wanted to hear me yeah I know it was like that too she's you know she used to be a huge from supporters she's been somewhat someone brainwashed but not enough she still likes him and hate select but you can't say a word can't say a word my son's been completely brainwashed he's you know he's he's got he's got he's he's gonna be following in Hussein's footsteps he won't be because eventually when he gets a little older I'm gonna pull more pressure on him right now I don't want to it's fine you know it's fine because we have to understand it about eighty percent of his class or up in American kids and these kids were wonderful kids by the way the great friends are quite a lovable they hear the payments bit about trump they they don't know why he died that parents talk bad about twelve they don't they don't know why he does this like just rooting for the Mets still rooting for whatever baseball team you just adopt whatever that's it right so what we did say last week to me Gabriel he did say that he started to feel bad for presidential it's a lot so is because of the of the continuing to someone's law yeah no that's if you hate president empathy right you never gonna feel badly but the guy did he discuss so my son doesn't he actually said I'm sort of feel bad that's good yeah I mean the guys doing great things and yet he's being demonized and I swear to god the the local news media is so bad so bad they they're at I wish there was somebody monitoring I wish I had the time to monitor the local news I because I just catch what we want to do what please join John you know everybody should mention bill Ritter he's one of the culprits he's awful awful I watch channel seven and they did a story on the ice crack down on sanctuary cities states at cetera and they talk to the people it's like there's this dissonance there they they talk about how it affects in it it frightens some of the citizens there now ice is looking for criminal illegal aliens and they'll say that bill state that the in fat Eckley they make that clear and yet when they talk to the citizens they don't say well what about the fact that they claim that they're looking for the illegals among you they want to get rid of the bad guys they don't ask the question they just completely ignore it when they're talking to like say the the mayor of Newark ras Brockett it'll say well how about the fact that they're rooting out the criminal illegal aliens they don't mention that they never mention it and they just do the story at it it's like two separate stories in one report and they don't put the two together and then of course again this is channel seven to have that story in century city crackdowns now about four five stories later on to their credit they did it but then they do the MS thirteen story with the guy was killed they finally arrested that and an MS thirteen member with a man was killed because of the new no cast bell or the discovery rule Montanelli Maldonado yeah they do it as though that's not connected to the sank Chaudhry city thing let me say that you should do that right after the sanctuary city story if you if you're not biased right there's an agenda there's no question I don't know I don't know what I can tell you is an NBC is it still talks cover I think it is yes Hey let's go to Billy boys in Coney Island the gill says he's he's good Billy boy good morning to you I will some guys listen let me tell you something our own back of one inch not one all right hello and there's a lot of African American men just like me we don't back up we support chop one hundred and ten percent bring it on lets do this what am I saying the old sore five in a right he owns it I like what I hear Billy boy alike you Coney Island and even though the numbers are still small they're they're going up amongst the African Americans regarding trump support what part of that is having people coming wise to the fact that Donald Trump is not a racist but the other part which is willing to help Donald Trump is what was going up against Mike Bloomberg you could spend all the millions and billions he wants on commercials we know what this is please don't with African Americans and other people to judge copper markets can't stand him I mean we don't fight and what that that that we just got absolutely savaged early on in that race by she's out of it now what's to come all Harris yes so he's gonna because a bunch of people that already exactly going to be you know that up front line and sent a model the kingdom and dependent all of them he's got results Mike Bloomberg's a slogan is might gets things done Hey listen this presents already gotten done and he's going to continue to do it imagine if they work with him instead of forty gets them all these three years imagine what we could have accomplished I want to say this when we get back in this is not really this is something you may be surprised that someone in my nature I want to talk about the appearance of supporters spies but there's still the old shallow Heil here I go again right you're going so you there is a a certain guy running and I think his supporters all physically the ugliest people in the race I am only to pull but it's just my opinion it's got to be Bernie said well we'll find out when we get back we'll be back with after these words New York at a two talk radio seventy seven WABC.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seven WABC out got a great show lined up for you today city of great stellar guest list we do we've got for great gas everybody from dole hike into bill rightly to Doris Kearns Goodwin to one angry Kieran Lauer one of my favorite local politicians well took exception to be calling a loud mouth yesterday with the great Nick line or the cell be a very spirited Thursday on morning show here on Bernie and said he's not as angry as though hi can I get days off but I don't like it has every right to be angry yes and so yeah he was he had a confrontation with one of the ISIS bride Congress women who he's going to tell us all about it was to leave and he was thrown out of what was university on Saturday night he was just on fox news literally ten minutes ago I called him I said Hey come on with Bernie and I he's like I'd love to will be stopping by about fifteen minutes yes she tweeted out something about the death of a Palestinian young man in a in a water well or something and she blamed it on a herd of Israeli settlers or something and of course it turned out it was a it was an accident the kid wasn't murdered but whatever she didn't respond she didn't she tweeted deleted the tweet which he did apologize all and of course none of the other the brave hearts in the congressional delegation especially from New York to Jewish guys like Schumer Nadler XIV Max rose no but mixed up mac nobody says anything and don't like is very upset about all that so I will say this Michael Jackson he was well macaulay Culkin he spoke out about the Michael Jackson he says Hey he never did anything to me because I before we talked he said that to esquire magazine yeah do you don't believe all no maybe in coal constraints so he didn't go maybe just give a call the millions and millions of dollars but we've heard this from called him before because he was a huge huge store at the time home alone was a little kid and he was one of the little kids that was hanging out with Michael Jackson quite a bit he's always denied the rumors for many many years it doesn't mean that because it didn't happen to him or he got paid off the Michael Jackson is innocent okay well at work if if anybody why wouldn't happen to him they they spent a lot of time together he did say that maybe Michael knew because he was a big name that he should probably stay away from that one maybe had a moment of a clarity I don't know he says it's the truth he never did anything to me I never saw him do anything why would I hold it back if I had some to speak up about I would totally do it but no I never saw anything he never did anything that's macaulay Culkin well I believe those two men and never finding Neverland do you really yeah totally okay all right well I listen so many details a list and you present coke in one case and we've got thirty others that say he did something so the numbers don't doubled well for macaulay Culkin niceties loyal to Michael was long dead of course and out of my anniversary June twenty fifth but the numbers don't bode well for Culkin or for Michael Jackson which is run the Ferris wheel just playing with bubbles that's all have a looking cookies no touching no nothing for a well known figure out if he was a child abuser he is no no **** Michael Jackson anyway McCauley call look more entertainment news you have Snoop Dogg's out there of course infamously last week we played the audio Gail came with W. NBA star Lisa Leslie I'm asking questions he was that she was a friend of Kobe Bryant's and the Gayle king was that peppering her with questions about the the two thousand three incident the sexual assault that was dropped etcetera etcetera anyway Snoop Dogg reacted very very savagely towards a gale K. that affect an abbreviated version this is what he said okay okay we people you may come after Harvey Weinstein asking them don't ask questions I guess sickly young I want to call you one funky don't hit the edge how do you turn towards my mom at home was reputation part one of respect the family back home DH before we come DH well how is that the better than a Cup of coffee to wake you up what what is it we you people what is that yeah and and and and the beat you never say the a hobby once and I take that as a big anti semitism all installed height and about those black and white but it was fun why do I need a black watch Oprah Winfrey was on the today show and she was very rattled listen to her she is not doing well because she has now death threats and has to travel with security and she's feeling very much attacked Cosby is is reading from jail and she's not she's not doing well and feels that she was put in a really terrible position because that interview had already ran so she never mentions the bony **** Snoop Dogg just the general of deference however that was the very public one very savage one as I said earlier so I don't know long who or why or you know there's somebody got got to snow but this what he said yesterday I'm a non violent person when I say what I see I spoke to the people felt like it was very disrespectful towards Kobe Bryant in his family now with that being said what I look like one some harm to come to a seventy year old one I was raise way better than that I don't know no more look on her I didn't threaten her all I did was say check it out you out of pocket for which you don't want to we want you to have a little bit more respect for the NASA her babies in Kobe Bryant's latest liner he threatened her I don't know yeah throw dirty Coulter dog care Debbie weren't always not necessary maybe some advertisers that he works for because he does you know has to make a living somebody may have gone too but that that that apology will suffice this will disappear and you'll see snow but Jimmy Kimmel and all the comedy shows and they'll treat him like the like that the hero that he has like the you know this the role model that this new drug is but not as funny as it is will disappear it it doesn't exist I don't know you got the audio we talked about a few days but in the world out there no one talking about Snoop Dogg yeah right I mean it's it's entertaining stop but it's great that we have it but it's not a huge thing with people like all my god Snoop Dogg needs to be held accountable so it's already disappeared yeah that's right but it lands on but that's what why I do what I do yeah because I hold these a low lives accountable where the other people are not even open not even Gail king's best friend couldn't bring herself to name Snoop Dogg by name but he's a lowlife piece who got it not a fact he attacked once is a pattern of behavior for example with Colby he didn't have a pattern of behavior with the raping women or whatever but this was us new pro once again with Iggy azalea listener say **** you for with the wrong name in your name to better check you for why do you keep each year you so he threatened her as well I mean and and and and everything's good it's all good it's all good no problem why is that because he smokes weed that's one that's close we bother when you smoke we don't act supposed to become a laid back and chill yeah very angry with me about exactly this William let me just say that if kid rock did or said anything like that about a fellow female musician or all morning a female morning TV started playing trump totally cancelled forever totally cancel but that this guy will go on and on IT perpetuities teflon is what he is unlike this other guy this hockey analyst you know this guy Jeremy Roenick knows Jeremy Roenick no doing generally very very well but I actually started Catherine toppings career I've got the story for you she's working in in NBC and in the NHL really because of me all right well this is what he said on a podcast this guy it with a fairly well listen you decide if it's harmless or not this is what he said in a pocket word to pull one day and and Portugal and down the Algarve and it's a small little pool and swimming with my wife and Catherine and they get their bikinis on send this this older lady was sitting there with her husband she's staring us the whole time she walked right into the pool and because she's like that they are they both with you and I said yes they are and then Catherine give your life to Catherine says we shut up this year she starts yelling at me because I play it off like the you know we're going to bed together all every night the three and now if if it if it really came to fruition that would really be really be good but it's never going to happen so remember is a former NHL got big time NHL up there and I was one of the one of the greatest American hockey players ever over five hundred goals and Chicago Phoenix I mean Jeremy Roenick is considered one of the best players to ever come out of this country so like Snoop dog he apologizes listeners I want to take this opportunity to apologize to NBC sports Kathryn Tappen Patrick sharp Anson Carter for some insensitive comments they made on a recent podcast I never meant to offend anyone and I definitely went too far for that I deeply regret it I've called everybody involved and I'm so thankful for their loving and gracious acceptance of my apologies that sit there you go like snow everything everything should be fine right yeah what is your fault and I don't get well apparently NBC put pressure on them end of side one BC it was curious I have no idea I read the story and it doesn't indicate that she got but you know what things happen behind the scenes but there wasn't a happy ending no he's a policy not which I know is gone he posted this yesterday I'm very disappointed and angry today I will not be returning to NBC and though disappoint him also grateful they've had the opportunity to share my love my passion my knowledge of the game with millions of people millions of fans so a tale of two adults NBC's funny how they they their soul of all the networks of course they've been bought her the most Matt Lauer and all these people even the sports side so they're very very very very careful but he did do anything on the other hand I don't recall the this happened I didn't see anything about about her complaining sounds good friends she was on vacation yeah as as that he stated in the podcasters on vacation they were having a good time is make is cracking a joke so what are you I don't remember this Bernie but years ago we want I miss and I was doing television a Chelsea piers C. S. TV college sports television which is not the CBS network was a big deal I did a football show you member this party with Scott Zolak they put a plate on their actually Scott Zolak and and a host of others I did a basketball show with Seth Greenberg baseball show with Ron don't it was the height of my career you would be and I miss doing the midday show doing CST be long story short they contact me one day to come in for a special three day show it's going to be their version of American idol and they took to wanted kids with no experience around the country gave these kids an opportunity over three days to impress a panel of judges and get a job at Nessun up in Boston the four judges were me gusta Johnson Brian Baldinger and body burns team building make a long story short of the two hundred kids that tried out but this position at the three days notice the New England sports network about right is what lessons and that's what she started up in Boston a became a big stone in BC of the two hundred kids that tried out of this American idol C. S. TV show Kathryn Tappen was the winner and it was two to one and I was the last vote and I voted for Catherine ever vacation we started a career ever vacation with reports of a well you'll have to buy the book other birdied sigil as I mentioned and said mentioned dole hike and coming up at six twenty five he's angry New York state assemblyman Kieran along of this of no cash bail was getting out of hand Doris Kerns Goodwin bill o'reilly keep right here no new York's talk station talk radio seventy seven WABC ladies and gentlemen.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Opportunity to win some tickets to see former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. bush in conversation with Pulitzer Prize winning presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin to Carnegie Hall on February twenty ninth will solicit your phone call shortly and your final opportunity to win this coming up we have some crazy stories before we get to them Hey John in New Jersey are you one of the way and what's up John hi gentleman let me mention that their looking at crimes for the impeachment I want to ask you personally one of the crimes that they're looking at well there are okay are you but perhaps use the word crime loosely Dershowitz well it says well loosely bus criminal act while he's not he's being impeached yes but that's not all no well because he's been charges you know what they are don't play called I don't you know I'm asking you personal they are there instructions of Congress and the the first the impeachment charges abuse of power so those are the three day impeachable Chargers you'll have to ask you know okay really not only will you think apparently not a lot of people say apparently yes it's high crimes misdemeanors okay you said it was ever discuss it yes for our does that's within the constitution well it's a live discussion or looks extremely weak lately and when you want a sports guy okay into sports question well Jakob like what I said so Larry Walker do you I don't really see hall of fame with Kate I mean he's good John numbers we now fielder let's agree but we don't have the the magic number for L. feel whole family members John down so John here's the deal and I think you'll agree with this halls of fame are supposed to be for the all time greats Lou Gehrig Ty Cobb Babe Ruth these days in all sports halls of fame are for the very very goods and Larry Walker is a very very good so you just that that was what it was a couple of key players were it was watered down certainly Harold pain was the most recent cut you know it in a consolidated career for a six year period now keep going back to it manning lose all of Famer but it didn't do as well excellent thanks John preset okay we agree on some things I have no idea we were talking about well if that's fine I have no idea what you're talking about all the time all right who's this guy you mention this guy is in Greeley Colorado he was just sentenced to a thirty two years in prison for murder right at talk about truth in advertising I like this guy's got a tattoo on his head and this is murder the guy has a tattoo on his forehead this is murder yeah you just sends the thirty three makes a lot easier for the court system they will just confess up front put it on your forehead I go to serve the time that's a gift so this is a doesn't unfortunate story so the bank a bank in Detroit AT I'm African American man was trying to cash a check and the bank for some reason thought he was trying to rob them so they called the police well turns out the check that he was cashing he won in a racial discrimination so I think you may have another channel from this bank that'll be catchy to what's his crime cashing a check while black cats you know check while black that's boy got it so Hey this kid upstate New York yeah Monroe County that's that's it is right to my sister is in Russia yeah so he's sixteen years old and he's absolutely right his name is Frank you re Jerry he says the Superbowl she played on Saturday why because it's too late on Sunday people go to school people go to work the next day right this is I've been working this show I haven't seen the second half of the Super Bowl yeah except white wife woke me up for the Atlanta patriots over time all right so I saw the member but you know that the games just go too late too long you know there was some talk about moving the Super Bowl to the weekend the president's day in a way you could have the game on Sunday never would have Monday off so this this kid has the idea of let's play the game on Saturday okay so it's got to change dot org honestly I understand a change dot org work so I mean I made people signed a petition right so far he wanted to get thirty five thousand petitions and so far instantaneously as thirty one thousand what happens if you get a so what I did was so what happens well what so why don't they play the game on Saturday is there is there a reason rate ratings or something well I would well that's a great question hit the kitchen is the kid maintains courses the kid maintains the ratings would be higher on a Saturday that's not necessarily true although the Superbowl would be a muny almost people thing Saturday night is a dead night television but you know football is traditionally is pro football's traditionally a Sunday game when the whole line about on any given Sunday it would just seem like blasphemy not the play the Superbowl on a Sunday just too bad they don't they don't play the game earlier but of course they want the ratings it'll kick off till after six thirty this a million commercials right and in of the a lucky if it ends by ten you know it is late but the the kids got a good idea it's hard to the right place no one is ever going to happen I don't think so not gonna happen with Michael says is not going to happen I don't know if I'm.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Thank and what's Doris Kearns Goodwin gonna do now I mean if you go Friedman it sucks that he's dead but at least he's not fat like you he would have hated everything I just said all gosh he would have hit a tiring I just said he would have loved it if I die roasted him and maybe some day done now don't get money once everybody was gonna wait all right by the way I wrote to a teardrop and I would ask you that you would keep his family in prayers for this reason and hopefully it's all over now but I can't imagine being married to a man like that in multiple ways but knowing who he really was and and then seeing how he was remembered by the press after a lifetime of goodness and a lifetime of laughs and let him in he had his problems and he admitted all of those problems but to be remembered the way the press tried to paint him had to be hard then I would just as he would keep his family in their prayers even though her diet in the end is what killed him but if she has the cash S. where some more in the way and that way did it happen to us somewhere in the U. S. every twenty three seconds someone breaks into a house and commits burglary just have a few seconds ago and it's going to happen again in a few seconds and only one in five houses has security and and that's because the security companies make it impossible they're irritating sales people but complicated installation bad contracts giant monthly fees but that's not the case was simply safe.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on KTOK
"Thanks for that and what's Doris Kearns Goodwin gonna do now I mean if you go Friedman and it sucks that he's dead but at least he's not fat like you thank god he would have hated everything I just said all gosh he would have his retiring I just said he would have loved it if I I roasted him and maybe some day done now don't get money once don't get me is not gonna win yeah all right by the way I wrote to a teardrop and I would ask you that you would keep his family in prayers for this reason and hopefully it's all over now but I can't imagine being married to a man like that in multiple ways but knowing who he really was and and then seeing how he was remembered by the press after a lifetime of goodness and a lifetime of laughs and let him in he had his problems and he admitted all of those problems but to be remembered the way the press tried to paint him had to be hard and I would just as he would keep his family in their prayers even though her diet in the end is what killed him but if she has the cash S. where some more in the way and that way did it happen to us somewhere in the U. S. every twenty three seconds someone breaks into a house and commits burglary just have a few seconds ago and it's going to happen again in a few seconds and only one in five houses has security and and that's because the security companies make it impossible they're irritating sales people the complicated installation bad contracts giant monthly fees but that's not the case was simply safe.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The story of America with David McCullough Doris Kearns Goodwin and others available now where books are sold it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin the Attorney General William Barr has turned out to be one of president trump's most loyal defenders he was out in front again yesterday after justice department inspector general report found that the FBI had adequate reason back in twenty sixteen to open an investigation into the trump campaigns ties with Russia in a statement bar push back saying the FBI launched an investigation on quote the thinnest of suspicions when bar was nominated a little more than a year ago many speculated he would be sort of moderating force within the administration instead Barr has embraced many of the most of this of aspects of trump's agenda Marie Brenner writer at large for Vanity Fair wanted to better understand lean bar by looking at his past and she tells me she did that in part by talking with many of his former classmates one thing that struck me was the absolute recall that his classmates had about house so deeply he believed in the power of the constitution an executive authority from the time he entered Horace Mann in high school now I don't know what you were like at fourteen but certainly when I was going to high school in the middle of the Vietnam War I wasn't debating the president's power to be able to declare war without going through Congress right that was that something that was happening in his kitchen table late that was happening at his kitchen table and they were a family the bars of contrarians they were you know absolute you know doctrinaire Goldwater Republicans at this period in this world of a sort of a larger liberal culture that liberal culture was playing out at both Columbia University where William Barr was attending college and at the progressive Dalton school where his father Donald bar served as head master runners as two key moments at those schools influenced Williams career defining outlook outlook on executive power and the fierceness toward progressive politics what we're seeing now is an extremely interesting cultural moment that is being re translated during the late nineteen sixties and early seventies Donald bar began running afoul of many of the parents of the Dalton school because he became progressively more conservative and really double down on a lot of the students who were the straight a students at the Dalton schools desire to be out pro testing for the Vietnam War so with what you see I believe in William Barr at the justice department is a kind of re filtering of the protests that started against his father bill Barr was in high school and college when the Dalton parents and trustees began an immense pushed back against what many of them called the captain queen who was running the Dalton school and so he watches and absorbs his father being criticized quite publicly in The New York Times in New York magazine in the early nineteen seventies as he goes into college for his father's doctrinaire conservative views one of the things that so interested may have been learning about his early education wise our our current Attorney General attended Columbia University and he entered in nineteen sixty eight that is the time that the during his freshman year that the campus erupted into this large protest and quite fascinating way he was against all of this and has told people very close to him that he was barred from entering the Columbia University library to pursue his Chinese studies work and because these anti antiwar protest civil rights protests wrapping he you know he thought that this was anarchy and at the same time his father was riding quite tough really all in retrospect pretty shocking editorials and essays in vogue and in my calls saying that these were kind of limousine liberal protesters who would go to these protests by taxi you know at one point going after the growing black power movement this this kind of language and this kind of dinner table conversation you can only make a match and having a certain imprinting on a sun when William bars father was really fired from the Dalton school I mean he was allowed to legally to resign but there's this was for a young man who had just graduated from Columbia this had to be a kind of emblematic moment and you always wonder you know is this score settling one of the teachers I interviewed who would taught act the Dalton school through the Donald bar ten year said when I watched Billy testifying before set the Senate in may I thought this is his father we visited Billy has a score to settle when you spoke with several of bill bars for friends from from childhood I mean did you talk about today with them and and do any of them see the same man heading the justice department today that they knew back then the belly bar they went to school with they admired they found him so decent they found him never be little laying anyone he was a really good guy and what really struck me was their disappointment you know one of them said to me it's an American tragedy you start off in one way in life and you're going along and you veer into another and it becomes a very dark and I did want to say that did they say that because they just don't share his political leanings or are they pointing to something that they see changed from say the first time he was Attorney General to the time now that he is serving under the trump administration what no they'd see a change no because many of them said to me that when he was first appointed under bush as the Attorney General that he was obviously take a conservative but again a very decent very moderate thinking strict constitutionalist and when trump appointed him they believed that we would have a surprise you know that he would be operating on that high level when he first started under trump they were again mystified Marie Brenner is a writer at large for Vanity Fair she writes about the Attorney General William Barr for the magazine's December issue wearing thanks for sharing your reporting we push it thank you Rachel this.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The Brady feisty is just moments ago president trump praising cone in the hero dog from the raid that killed the ISIS leader visiting the White House along with members of the special forces team involved in that raid ice president pants and the First Lady also appearing with Conan the US defence chief says president trump gave him a direct order to stop the disciplinary process against a navy seal acquitted of murder but found guilty of posing with the dead body of an ISIS fighter in a rock and a Gallagher had been demoted the president after restoring his rank is now stepped in to ensure Gallagher can retire with his trident in as for also says it was lack of candor that led yesterday's firing of the navy secretary Richard Spencer according to asper Spencer went behind the backs of the defense chiefs to try and negotiate a deal with the White House promising that he'd essentially fix the results of the navy's trident review board to ensure Gallagher remained a seal and kept his rank if the White House didn't interfere in the process oxygen for Griffin at the Pentagon that was contrary to Spencer's public statements about the case comedian Bill Cosby serving time for sexual assault still says he didn't do it fox is colonel Scott has this slide release the Cosby has completed the first year of a maximum ten year sentence for sexual assault he says he intends to serve all of that time rather than show remorse where crime he says he didn't commit Cosby also said during a radio interview yesterday that the Pennsylvania parole board will not hear him say he has remorse which is what legal experts believe a felon needs to show even to be considered for parole Cosby who is now eighty two is in the process of appealing his conviction as well as the sex offender label he now has Lisa thanks colonel on Wall Street stocks are higher the Dow is up one hundred forty two points back over twenty eight K. Erica is listening on the reliable dependable there's two you got it your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network time Scott Peterson snow is heading to parts of Minnesota just in time for Turkey date National Weather Service meteorologist Tyler Haasan Stein says the system will likely move into southwestern Minnesota tomorrow afternoon into the evening the worst of the snow fall potential looks to be southern Minnesota southeastern Minnesota and then off into Wisconsin with areas as far north as the northern part of the Twin Cities I think the tension for a greater than six inches Haasan Stein says towns will be in the upper twenties to lower thirties the gusty winds could cause blowing snow and slick driving conditions he's encouraging drivers to give themselves plenty of extra time to get where they're going representative needs or wants to build river today announcing he's resigning from the state legislature effective December sixth there was recently had his eleventh open heart surgery and says almost thirty nine years old I'm one of the oldest living calls where my heart defect in the entire world and so we all have limited time next I have your life at each table really is a against the older Republican was diagnosed at a young age with a congenital heart defect in his parents were told he would not live past the age of seven there once was first elected to the legislature in two thousand twelve he's in his fourth term seven months after he was thrown off the third floor balcony at mall of America family friend says five year old land and has returned to school got out of the hospital in August it is.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Job. like you didn't realize you. that's another fun thing because the even the Russians like a boy yeah guy's nose joke around he said he's gonna white that stain off of gold which has yeah right. you want him you're almost ready to put Donald Trump in the same class just frequently not from film history of four for Doris Kearns Goodwin in your opinion yeah you want to put Donald Trump in the same class as Ronald Reagan all right that's what I've done is the ultimate compliment it is but it's so hard to compare president because there's the right president for the right time you can have a president that was great during their tenure that wouldn't fit in another time so Reagan was perfect for the Cold War the eighties there and trump is perfect for this insanity that's been happening he's the only speed bump we even had for this this cavalcade to insanity that's been going on these kids are petrified data they have gotten children in this country petrified they're they're growing Xamax in little. like Johnny Appleseed their their mental patient that Claudia because they're petrified this and many other things is tell the safe spaces I mean just the very identity politics crap that's going on okay all its campuses I grew up with air raid sirens. under a desk which was going to say from Russian ICBMs they say these there were twelve years because of the call to try twelve men. they were going to launch of we have twelve minutes yeah yeah. yes could save us yeah well listen your brilliant again telling folks if you like Anthony right here with Bernie and myself we gonna love them every single day a compound media dot com at four PM he and Dave Landau both of those guys like pretty much and only will be at all big night of comedy coming up this Thursday night at the hard rock cafe and your great on stage will do a lot of stuff we don't have party and I right there on stage dies thank you. in his book of course permanently suspended you could get that compound media dot com thank you bye your great we will see a Thursday night okay all right the what if any call me a moral Bernie and sit here on talk radio somebody seven W. A. B. C. right after these short messages. be.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Were hammered more than that. I was hammered a lot. I remember once we went to Washington DC, I wasn't on that trip to do a roast with Tim, Tim russert. Yeah. And I sat with James Carville and we got drunk, drinking wild Turkey all night long. And of course, I was even the sys- thing with that you came flew back went to the station and all night, long, roaming. The hallways of wwl job. I remember the Boston shows would always get there. Go right to the bar, and Mike, barnicle will be sitting them here for trader and Doris Kearns Goodwin. And her wacky husband, of course, and Robin, from the from the Ritz, the guy who actually yet Robin. What the hell was? His name is a great guy. England. Right. And they don't be sitting in the bar at the hotel. And that's how the Larry Kenney. That's how cold only the piano. Give me started. Larry Kenney he was the worst influence wars. But I never had such a good time as I had with Larry. Kennedy was great. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two he's a mainstay a staple on Monday morning lineup from the national review. The editor rich Lowry joins bony. Instead of this. Not afraid. Me. And sit in the morning. Seven ABC folks people who frequently consumed green leafy vegetables sent to have better memories, as they age green leafy vegetables, a good PM.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education
"Well, I card by you know what happened in the midterm elections. Because more young people came out to vote than before, there, were long line waiting for the voting more women got into public office. The average. Age of the congress dropped by decade from this midterm election. So I think you know, there's something about different generations that depending on what's happening at the time. They're more active or not. I sometimes wish that, you know, my could have lived in the sixties 'cause that's what dick was writing about, as Michael quoting that was a decade when people's private lives were merged with their public law when they really cared fundamentally about what was happening to the country, and then you go to other decades. Maybe the seventies eighties nineties, when it seems less, though and ironically, now I think because of the situation that we're facing in the political turmoil. That's their politics has become something that younger generation realize, because of climate control because of what's happening in Washington that they do seem to have greater interest now than maybe even ten twenty years ago. So I think there's hoping that he I think part of what happens is, you know, it's so incredibly oath Rome. Amount of news, that students are exposed to all those two Brickley, a lot of what we're exposed to that come comes into, you know, whether whether do our own searches are just come through us over our phones, alert a lot that pretty negative news and paint the picture of a real dire dire world. And that being said, of course, the lock going on that, that needs a lot of attention a lot of work, but we're not often in the family show in a lot of sort of the pockets of, of beauty, the ways in which communities are really working support, one, another thing dot can sometimes create paralysis to try to really get our student cited to go do something about poverty about climate change without first giving them the tools to actually create change on a more local level. And so I think that, that, that the key is really undeterred of a micro scale, how just in the community in which you live. How can you help support a project in certain certain? Work that's going on to better that local community. If you don't have those tool, and don't learn how to do it him. You know while you're being tended to in your local school unity. It's hard to imagine going out into the world and affecting broader came. I feel like we wanna lead so quickly from some from zero to one hundred without taking necessary stuff that having the patient together, gradually teaching students than to about their capacity. Let you let you spoke about was your five is it's not question capacity. It's a question of well and you know, giving them macaroni or release how do you do that? Michael to your program rivers evolutions. I heard a little bit about it, and its interdisciplinary nature, and I'm curious about that building capacity within also, how do you balance in a world that seems a little bit obsessed with stem and technology and artificial intelligence and invest advancement, which isn't bad? I'm not saying that, but how do we also incorporate arts history and research into that as well? How do you do that through your program couple of things that I think, you know, just program. Here river revolution. And we're now going into our your operates, essentially as school within a school differ. The local high school conquer Carlisle high school now work with other schools around, if that were the create similar models of, but essentially, it's almost like going abroad per semester. So we take fifty students they leave the main curriculum in its entirety and they come in there with us, and they're getting cut it in literature history, math science and art. But instead of those being, discreet subject that they travel around over the course of the debate, they're all intertwined. So we study one medic eighth unit at a time rivers revolution there fire love. So we're studying rivers. We are using mathematics to calculate deployed of the river, trigonometry to measure the distance across the river. We're looking at the change in flora in front of upstream and downstream. Looking at the original contact period between the settlers and the native Americans right on the Bank of the river here reading. Lankans us describing the blow of one of the widen his Benzes, deep like the water in a river looking at what artists tried to capture the current so that interdisciplinary approach, I think with that does going back to your question. Capacity to affect change. Is that it helps to really create a much more holistic way of looking at the world any of these large problems, working fronting? You don't holistic problem that require holistic solution. And so we are so trained in our schools to see the world broken up and fragmented into all different disciplines and ways of looking at the world and become so specialized when we lose capacity to sort of have that more holistic way of looking at the world, it doesn't position as well to then resolve the problems that we base, but we're interested in the field as much as we're in the classroom. So we're actually out there, Hutchings Duckworth talking about at the moment when we're looking at the confluence of the native Americans and the settlers, we are there. On the riverbanks disagreeing after bet merged poem, the concord river at the space, where there was a sacred native American Cam and on one side and on the other side where English first grade their lives. And with that, of course, doesn't it allows the story to come to and then become part of it? Like I was talking about earlier becoming part of that tradition. You're literally becoming physically part of that tradition as well. So if semester that, that really aims to allow he connection between seemingly disparate things really develop their own voi-. They're very powered take over and run the program at a couple of St. point. And then we give them these opportunities to get out and do real work in an authentic work in the energy. And one example that I think speaks to developing on a more local level, we had some students who are working here with a with a local group that focuses on the African American history of concord and a lot of that story have been on told for quite some time. And it's really now just starting to be revealed on this really deep three here. So it during the nineteenth century with an abolitionist movement really at its peak. They're just really famous moment or Henry. David thorough goes to one of the local churches and delivered the speech, which depends John Brown. Right. And it's a navy moment where thorough who at the father disobedience, right, implemented king, and Gandhi. And he's up there, comparing John Brown to Jesus Christ. And there are people outside of the church who are just protested like not, how dare he got up at this murderer. And, and it really was this sort of pivotal moment, your locally in the mentally up to the war. That story is a story that is really well known. And so I had student part of their stewardship project and unity. We're trying to get a sign put up on the church commemorating that event, I was with one student in particular will never forget, this moment is really, I opening moment in educator, and he was sending an Email to the head of the church, eventually thing your ears. The story, we think is really important to be part of contradictory were wondering if we can get this. Sign put up outside the church member event and sat with this kid for three hours as he crafted a one paragraph Email to person. All right. So here's the thing he cared so much about this thing happening about this time going up that he's not there for separated over every comma. Right, every day, every period, all the summit struck me God, this is how you teach writing. Isn't some abstract, you're writing about metaphor in some book that might or might not care about this real. He's gonna gain. This is authentic difference in, in whether that period or common. They're not might make a difference, which we met or not signed goes up. So it's a really make the learning authentic means giving it some some real currency. Right. So central just be like practice, but you're actually able to do something with your time in school that, that, that you care about. That's amazing. I love that story. Love it through her back to me for Dortmund you were talking about like the layers of time in your community, and how uncovering those stories is so important to not only you and your students, but to the people that live that history and how we keep that alive and use it to inform our future. I'd love to hear a little bit from both of you about the power of what you think why you think storytelling so important. And how you learned about that power in your lives thing. I mean, I think I learned about it I often, but I think it's through from the day when I was only six years old. And my father taught me areas, art of keeping score while listening that ballgame. So I could record for him the at that afternoon's Brooklyn dodger game, though, that hit was only four or five hours old. He made me feel I was telling him a fabulous story by recreating the game and never told me that all of this is actually described in great detail in the sports pages of the of the next day, though, I think that was the original love of storytelling, but I think it's. Deeper than that. I think when I think about the human experience than you think of the old people before the written word was there sitting around to fire sharing the story from one generation to the other. It's what keeps life going Lincoln, still loved to tell stories and people for a long time. What do you tell stories all the time even when he gave his great speeches they would often be about the issue? And he would tell where we come why this problem in created where we were now and where we go together collectively and he answered he said, yes, I do tell a lot of stories, but people remember better than back facts and figures, stories have a beginning middle and an end and I think there's something hardwired in our brain that responds to stories. I mean, I know I can remember a story much better than I can remember a simple fact. I love back. I mean, that's an historian, I would not arguing people say, oh, they learned where fact you have to know what happened when. So you know what happens next? But if it's put in the context of story, then. Much easier to be absorbed in your system. So I think that's why I like narrative history. That's why remember reading when I was young a wonderful Barbara Tuchman men who became a mentor just from not even knowing. So I finally met much later but she talked about the fact that somehow there was something about a narrative story and the narrative history that could catch people's heart, well, as their mind that they could have absorbed, the person that they're hearing about, and then put the historical background into perspective, because they cared about the people that were going to particular time. I mean so much of that rings. True. And I think you know thinking about the your and being out in the field with students. You know, the difference between talking about sort of native American civilization in general of versus talking about the story of squawk Jim who is incredibly powerful, revered, and feared native American leader and her killer story, leading particular people. Here in concord badly changes their interaction with that the understanding of that story, right? I mean, just Jen sort of a general overview of what happens dick far, but as these kids are walking around the very same..
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education
"I'm Ben call been across the table is the only co host whom presidents, take the day off to honor her birthday. She's becky. Peter's, becky. What's good? It's all good Ben killing super lucky to bring the giants and education to the ear buds, busy, teachers, all to make us more informed inspired and connected educators. We try to keep this podcast evergreen. Meaning we try not to talk about news or trending topics so that you can pick up an episode anytime and get something awesome from it. And this can be enjoyed anytime to you. But it's pretty fitting that we're releasing it on Memorial Day a day, where we remember the ultimate sacrifice that people have made in service to our country and we're forever grateful that those people give their lives that we can enjoy the freedom we have today. And when I think about our country's rich history and about service to our country. One of the family names that comes up. I is the. Goodwin's in this episode we speak with doors, Kerns Goodwin and Michael Goodwin. Both of whom have committed their lives to making this country, better place, absolutely one hundred percent. Also husband, Richard Goodwin, who will talk about in this interview. But we can't talk to an amazing social studies teacher and Pulitzer prize winner without my intersocial cities geek coming out, and so I don't know how I've waited this long to my favorite story from American history. But it's coming out now. Yeah. So is a story I started telling out every US history class, I ever taught when I was teaching out in Illinois, but it's a story.
"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"doris kearns goodwin" Discussed on WJR 760
"When it comes to mortgages paying rent daycare. We don't know for you're going to have like a phone Bill paid our food for the rest of them are so Doris Kearns Goodwin. What's your take on? What was said there? I mean, the whole thing is topsy turvy and a lot of ways, you know, one must give him credit during the election of. In two thousand sixteen is that he was able to make a large number of people in the country. Hope it hurt by economic situation. Feel like he was on their side. Whether he is or not is of course, the question, we're finding out today. But I think what happened in this last election. It was very much like the turn of the twentieth. Century industrial revolution had shaken up the economy much like the tech revolution. And globalization have done today. You had a first time at the turn of the twentieth. Century a gap between the rich and the poor you had working class. People feeling they weren't sharing in the prosperity of the country. You had a lot of immigrants coming in from abroad. And there was a feeling of revolution in the air on the part of the working class people. And what happened is that? Luckily, it got transformed into progressive reform under the Roosevelt who had a square deal for the rich and the poor, you know, the word wage worker and the capitalist. And what's happened here? Is that those people made an and listen to him say that the immigrants were the problem rather than that, the economy's undergoing? Changes and inventions are happening, and we have to figure this all out together he came in with an enemy already out there. And that's what I think he can't let go of this wall because it's what one in the base and the base is him somehow inextricably connected to him right now..