17 Burst results for "Giuliani Administration"

"giuliani administration" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten

The Forecast with Harry Enten

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on The Forecast with Harry Enten

"Democratic debate. But this all comes right as a recording of Remarks that he gave in two thousand fifteen have resurfaced. There weren't they weren't secret they've it's been known but resurfaced where Bloomberg Org is defending his controversial stop and Frisk policing policy from the time that he was New York City mayor and it's not necessarily that he's defending it. It's the terms he uses and defending the policy which were really quite. Yeah crude yeah to say the least. He has apologized he did. He apologized for his support of the policy That has been deemed unconstitutional and also found obviously to primarily single out communities of color. He apologized than again once. This recording came out here his the apology that he said is I have apologized. And I've taken responsibility for taking too long to understand the impact it had on black and Latino communities but this issue and my comment about it my comments about it do not reflect my commitment to criminal justice reform and racial equality. What do you do with us? Well again it. It has been widely known that he was in favour of stock. Stop and Frisk she did. deescalate it it was a policy inherited from the Giuliani Administration but he did the defendant And subsequently learned the crime decline was not predicated upon this discriminatory policy At least in later stages well sorry putting was not necessarily putting officers in communities on the ground communities did show evidence and Ray Kelly his his longtime police commissioner was a pioneer community policing in any case like crime declined began under rudy. Giuliani continued rather dramatically declined. Mike Bloomberg. Here's what's interesting to me. This tape is bad for Mike Bloomberg because of the terms in which he's speaking That sad I do think he can make a case that his actions don't fit those words and you've got two issues one the compared to what problem with Donald Trump Donald trump is. I think made people really numb to crude statements and gaffes and no. I think it's hard to imagine any any candidate's go to look racist or insensitive to racial issues compared to Donald J trump but is a different standard again. It it it may or may not be. But here's what else thinks. Interesting Bloomberg has been doing Kanani well in the endorsement game. Yeah African American mayors of from Washington DC to San Francisco to the Congressional Black Caucus. Right Macbeth Greg Greg meeks from his hometown And a handful of others so that that indicates win and Macbeth came after this was released. Exactly three came after. MEEKS came after Stacy Z.. Plaskitt came after from the Virgin Islands. I mean look policing is very important. Criminal Justice reform is very important. Anti gun violence Being anti guys is being done being very big on gun control. That was the big reason. Lucy Macbeth who obviously ran congress based on that issue. That is an important issue for my Bloomberg is support our campaign right exactly and that's what he did with a lot of them. He put his money where his mouth was now. He has a lot of money to do that. But the fact is if you look at the polls if you look at those southern states there were a lot of Bloomberg support is coming from. He's jumped up. North of fifteen percent in the state of North Carolina. OPOLE had him leading in Arkansas granted. That's it's not too heavy if an African American population for southern state. But what you're seeing is a southern southern since a major qualifications. Well sure I mean I I put the qualify but the point. The point generally being here is that the reason this type was released is because all of a sudden Mike Bloomberg seems seems like player in the stomach played the strategy which was kind of a hail. Mary decided not to run in March. Got In late. Has the money to do it. Skip the early states which I think are going to be on the Asha history anyway. Because the way I have gone to benefit from a coincidence of debacle possibly but it's a very fractured field And if he comes in with national television advertising a strong stick to the center lane. How does the mayor of New York compared to the former mayor of south? Bend Indiana How you know I just do not count Mike Bloomberg out? So this could he could be in. Actually the pole position after after Super Tuesday. Recent pupil on wear our internal nationally when it comes to the Democratic candidates and their support amongst african-amer african-americans Nationally Biden support nationally twenty-seven percent amongst black voters Mike Bloomberg twenty two percent from talking about they want to beat Donald Trump. They WANNA be Donald Trump and this is a guy for better or worse is going to throw up a or yes. Additionally yes ma'am. Is this low information. Low Information mation coming in yet online Bloomberg this do you think in this Post trump in this. You know trump reelection and re election environment that the remarks the crude nature that he talked about this policing policy that once folks learn more about it this number drops or do you think that this I love that term that knowing US outside of media that it's baked in I mean how many frigging statements to Joe Biden. Make over the course of the campaign that did not what's seemed. Cook his support with African Americans. It wasn't until Iowa New Hampshire where it turns out. He was a loser. Difference there is. He's had a long history long long history supporting an African American. I tell you that that is true by different after the fact that is correct in two thousand is an five if you look at a pace university sort of exit poll type of study. He won north of forty five percent of the African American vote as a non Democrat in New York City. Okay so this is. This is my nowhere near the stickiness. It would typically because of Donald trump because of mill hundreds of millions of dollars being spent because of the endorsements. He's getting from folks in the community because of his commitment to gun control. I don't think it's going to be the kind of disqualifying statement. That might be another other candidate in another time. Not even a little bit all right. It's my guess. That's a wrap for us today. Thanks so much for listening. Please make sure to subscribe at Apple. 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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Victor Giuliani told them to stop alright give me a job the other part of the dive more of more difficult but I assure you I'm also not you didn't give up running four years later and winning the mayor's office his then wife Donna Hanover voiced one of his campaign debts integrity that's the first quality that comes to mind when I think of Rudy mayor Giuliani was both popular and divisive he was a strong manager whose many demands made enemies he oversaw a reduction in crime but people of color found many policies biased a New Yorker named Margarita Rosario spoke up for her son and nephew killed in a confrontation with police the mayor of New York City what is it racism himself and continues to partake in the abuse of our sons fathers brothers and daughters under Giuliani police cracked down on minor offenses like panhandling which caused a deep divisions when offenders were black and police white the mayor leaned into such divisive fights by the end of two terms his popularity was fading but then broadcast networks spread the news of an attack on September eleventh two thousand one plane had yet another building right into the middle of it the mayor met reporters near the wreckage of the World Trade Center people tonight should say a prayer for the people that we've lost and beat and be grateful the world here tomorrow tomorrow New York is going to be here and we're gonna rebuild and we're gonna be stronger than we were before guiliani left office a national hero for his leadership his reputation then helped him launch your career in the private sector he marketed his crime fighting and management expertise through a firm called guiliani partners he brought along former deputies from new York's government my name is Bernard Kerik I am the fortieth police commission for the city of New York Carrick was a one time police detective who had volunteered for Giuliani's mayoral campaign Giuliani famously loyal promoted him and kept him close they service security consultants to foreign governments like the leaders of Mexico City I think you're paying for experience you're paying for a reputation and the successes of the Giuliani administration so when people look at Giuliani they are looking for the same types of programs or success war war just those types of achievements in foreign countries they're gonna call somebody that's actually done it eventually Giuliani recommended character service president bush's homeland security secretary he quickly failed a background check and later went to prison for lying to White House officials and tax fraud but Kerik says Giuliani remains his friend and they still meet for dinner in two thousand eight guiliani ran for president suffering a defeat that seem to end his political career but he remained a big name when he supported another New Yorker in two thousand sixteen if you want change and you want to make America great again vote for campaigning for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen guiliani made an accusation he alleged that secretary of state Hillary Clinton had perverted U. S. diplomacy for personal gain boy boy she turned the state department so corrupt.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And it'd be like crying you vote for, but most people aren't into that. So I wish you luck but really been rough. You get back to New York City. The time. Yep. Left. Yeah. Now that's the big question if he's going to be out campaigning who runs New York can Cuomo do it all by himself. He's really the mayor anyway. But there is a deputy mayor somebody who's fully in or something like that. Yeah. Now, let's also bear in mind to bless you'll really didn't do much to begin with each one o'clock, take a nap leave. That's about it fell. He was running anything, you know, talking to some Giuliani administration people, and their minded me like seventy AM media, Franklin city hall, every major figuring administration round table seven in the morning. They went over every detail of everything that had happened that they Rudy Giuliani cracking the whip on everybody that's seventy. Giuliani used to say, hey, if you come in late on Saturday don't bother show on Sunday. So can you imagine if you told the Blasios, if I had one pm meetings, always late ceremonies? It was at noon, the overslept couldn't get there in time. So nobody's really running anything mayor de Blasio. What is he trying to be like, I'm, I'm like, another Donald Trump, a tough, brash, New York? Yes, I could take on Donald Trump. Get your facts straight. I think you better rest up because you're going to need it for the election ahead, we'll come in for you. Ooh. That sounds pretty that sounded like, like, Tony soprano right in your face and coming for you. So he started calling the president low energy. Did you understand that? I don't know. He's, he's trying trying to label him but he called him low energies like he's flailing around desperately like bumping into furniture crashing into the wall called, Trump low energy. That's like Trump, calling the Blasios shorty doesn't doesn't make any sense. We're pretty streetwise.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And the swamp requires you to understand how relationships and politics can be useful at times analysis. That's not what the piece set the gist of the piece was at the minute. You say bad. He's so thin skin that he's done with you forever. And you have no chance of getting back into whatever is good graces. That's just not true. That's just made up. Now, granted he's probably a good reader of character in others giving his business giving his business environment past and probably does sense. When people are genuine sellouts and does to the curb, but that's not being transaction. What's being smart? Ladies and gentlemen, he was builder from New York. I grew up in New York. I was a cop in New York. It is a tough city, folks. It's not Mogadishu, but it's tough. It's tough to do business in New York. My father was a building specter. Building inspector just outside the city. He can tell you everything about the building process. You have to deal with unions back in the eighties. You had to deal with mobsters even in the early nineties before the Giuliani administration cleaned up a lot of that you have to deal with New York City bureaucrats tax collectors, everybody's got their hands in your pockets. This guy conducted business in at least in the United States, and what I perceived to be the most difficult business environment within the within the United States. Of course, he had to learn how to get stuff done despite people reach it in his pocket all the time. And the do that required him to be able to quickly put his finger on the pulse of people and determine if they were gonna be loyal. Not loyal useful in a situation or not it doesn't mean he was gonna scrap them at the first light that doesn't even make sense. People appointed a some of his closest advisers didn't even endorse him. Nikki Haley others. I love Dickey. I think she's been great. And what's great prior lie? It is the ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley didn't endorse Trump. And yet she had his full blown support. I'm just knocking this down that oh he needs to be locked the door someone else. President Trump is a biggest advocate it doesn't make. So you're just saying is factually incorrect, you're just making it up. A number of people in his cabinet matter of fact, ironically, the one guy in his cabinet. The attorney general should appoint the attorney general Jeff Sessions at the time who did endorse him Trump saw things going on there. You didn't like and the relationship broke down quickly your arguments not nonsense. The guy is clearly trying to get things done in an environment. Where not getting things done is celebrated. He wants to be loved. What does that even mean? Everybody wants to be loved. What's the be loved? He wants to get stuff done. You don't build a building in New York and hope your love by the mob or the the unions that are that are on your job site questioning everything that bureaucrats, you know, taking your money and then a dip into your pockets for a tax hike every ten minutes. Look loved you. Gotta get stuff done, man. He's not loyal. I've never heard that ever. I don't know what you're talking about. It's a shame folks because it feeds into this. Listen, there's nothing more American than criticizing the president. But when people on our own side, just endlessly pile up it just adds to this this gas lighting narrative by the media that the countries in chaos. Everything's it's not in chaos. It's not in chaos. The economy's joined fine for now. Yes, we have a debt problem. No doubt. We finally got some money back in people's pockets. We had a wonderful holiday season the country's not in chaos. You're full of crap. With starting to finally pull back from conflict zones. Get our troops back home chaos. What are you talking about? All right..

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To predict the future. So you cannot plan to the detail or even sort of the gross level. What's going to happen in the future? Instead, what you can do is create the infrastructure that might be physical. It might be digital might be some ground rules it cetera that enable people to project their own ideas and innovations onto it as taste technologies. Trends. Begin to change. And I think that is a very different notion of cultural institution as well. As city building. I find it and I mean zero disrespect by this. But I find it interesting that of all the things that attract people to New York City these days outsiders visitors. The Highline is among the most popular it was proposed to be turned into this public park and strolling area. And you were not a big supporter of it. Not that you were so hard against it. But it's just a striking reminder illustration, I guess to me than you and your folks around you who were obviously doing this central infrastructure planning. You couldn't have possibly predicted that something like that and his humble as the Highline for God's sake, and it's an abandoned freight line would turn into this thing that has so much appeal, and I'm just curious what kind of lesson that taught you when I came into city hall. The Highline was really one court decision. Away from being torn down and the Giuliani administration which had preceded us was really intent and ripping it down because the landowners who owned land under the high line really were really pressuring the Giuliani administration to get rid of it. And you know, there are some of us in the administration. Immediately saw what the two young guys who had basically kept it alive saw which is that this could be a beautiful park and amenity. I will confess I didn't see that right away. But the key point is is that you seize opportunities as you see them, and as they evolve. And if you're flexible enough to do that, then ultimately, you can create something that might be amazing. I mean, the the paradox in that is flexibility is not a hallmark of government is it. Well, generally is not. Not because government is really hard. And just getting anything done often takes extraordinary effort, but it should be on some level. A hallmark of government at the same time. You have to have a sense for what you wanna do. And so you have to combine sort of this openness with a determination to get things done or else. Nothing ever happens. You know, one of the principles that we always operated with is that look we're a competitive entity in New York, and whether we were competing with London or Los Angeles, or Jersey City to be honest, you know, we can't make policy that puts us at a competitive disadvantage. Let me ask you about that competition between whether it's far away cities or near cities you and the Bloomberg administration made it a point to change policy and stop throwing a lot of money at firms or institutions that threatened to leave the using that kind of standard. Financial incentive. But I'm curious what effects that zero sum competition has on each area because you know, in some dimensions. I'd imagine the competition is healthy right on the other hand firms and institutions can and do game the system, and basically skim a bunch of taxpayer money for their own purposes. So what's the best way to balance that and still incentivize firms and institutions to be where they can do the most good our view was at financial incentives to lure companies or more importantly, keep them was almost always a fool's errand. We did a lot of work when we first came in the economy was just on its back. We're facing enormous budget deficits of the easy temptation would have been to bribe companies to stay or bribe companies to come we met with CEO's of companies all over the country and all over the world..

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of which Doctoroff is chairman and president. Shed. I'm just curious about the the wideness of it. Why didn't you need another arts complex? You. I understand are not exactly a performing arts fiend at least. Yeah. Well, if the origin of it actually dates back to when we replan the west side of Manhattan, which we did and in two separate parts one part of it was in west Chelsea and the core of it was to save the high line the second part was to build what's called Hudson yards, which is this area on the far west side of Manhattan. And we decided at the intersection of the high line in Hudson yards. We wanted to have a cultural institution we set to standards for one should be unlike anything else in New York, which is hard because there's twelve hundred cultural institutions in New York, and Secondly that it should play a role in keeping New York on the leading edge culturally in the world. And so we eventually had an insight about the role of technology and the role that it's playing reshaping the cultural ecosystem that led us to conclude that what New York needed was a comp-. Completely different kind of institution. One. That would be the most flexible, both programmatic, Lii and physically. Right. So this is a building that kinda can be reconfigured like transformer something else. It's exactly right. It's like a transform. It's really remarkable the building literally moves it will open up in March twenty ninth as what we're targeting two thousand nineteen and maybe one of the largest cultural startups of all time and the CEO Alex poops ran for many years, the Manchester international festival, which again is unusual in that it takes place or took place at least all over the city. Not in set theaters from what I can gather the sheds seems to be a sort of. Professionalized guerrilla operation in a way. Right. It's got a lot of the experimentalism of the experimental arts movement with kind of the the juice and leverage of big city. Like, New York. That's a great way of saying, you know, another way of expressing as a cultural festival every day because there's multiple spaces that can be reconfigured that can accommodate virtually any cultural discipline. Look, our basic view, whether it's with respect to culture, whether it's with respect to city building is nobody's smart enough to predict the future. So you cannot plan to the detail or even sort of the gross level. What's going to happen in the future? Instead, what you can do is create the infrastructure that might be physical might be digital might be some ground rules it cetera that enable people to project their own ideas and innovations onto it as tastes technologies trends. Begin to change. And I think that is a very different notion of the cultural institution as well. As city building. I find it and I mean zero disrespect by this. But I find it interesting that of all the things that attract people to New York City these days outsiders visitors. The Highline is among the most popular it was proposed to be turned into this public park and strolling area. And you were not a big supporter of it. Not that you are so hard against it. But it's just a striking reminder illustration, I guess to me that you and your folks around you who were obviously doing this central infrastructure planning. You couldn't have possibly predicted that something like that. And his humble the Highline for God's sake, and it's an abandoned freight line would turn into this thing that has so much appeal, and I'm just curious what kind of lesson that taught you when I came into city hall. The Highline was really one court decision. Away from being torn down and the Giuliani administration, which had preceded us was really intent ripping it down because the landowners who owned land under the high line really were really pressuring the Giuliani administration to get rid of it. And you know, there are some of us in the administration. Immediately saw what the two young guys who had basically kept it alive saw which is that this could be a beautiful park and amenity. I will confess I didn't see that right away. But the key point is is that you seize opportunities as you see them, and as they evolve. And if you're flexible enough to do that, then ultimately, you can create something that might be amazing. I mean, the the paradox in that is flexibility is not a hallmark of government is it. Well, generally is. Not because government is really hard. And just getting anything done often takes extraordinary effort, but it should be on some level. A hallmark of government at the same time. You have to have a sense for what you want to do. And so you have to combine sort of this openness with a determination to get things done or else. Nothing ever happens. You know, one of the principles that we always operated with is that look we're a competitive entity in New York, and whether we were competing with London or Los Angeles, or Jersey City to be honest, you know, we can't make policy that puts us at a competitive disadvantage. Let me ask you about that competition between whether it's faraway cities or near cities you and the Bloomberg administration made it a point to change policy and stop throwing a lot of money at firms or institutions that threatened to leave the using that kind of standard. Financial incentive. But I'm curious what effects that zero sum competition has on each area because you know, in some dimensions. I'd imagine the competition is healthy right on the other hand firms and institutions can and do game the system, and basically skim a bunch of taxpayer money for their own purposes. So what's the best way to balance that and still incentivize firms and institutions to be where they can do the most good our view was financial incentives to lure companies or more importantly, keep them was almost always a fool's errand. We did a lot of work when we first came in the economy was just on its back. You know, we're facing enormous budget deficits. So the easy temptation would have been to bride companies to stay or bribe companies to come we met with CEO's of companies all over the country and all over the world. In addition to in New York. We analyzed their cost structures in great detail. And eventually what we concluded was companies are gonna do what's in their economic interests over the long run, and that providing these sorts of incentives was like giving him crack, but the crack was alternately going to affect the dealer more than the user. And so it just didn't make a lotta sense. And so we just stopped. Instead the way we'd compete was based on our natural strengths, which we thought we could enhance and our number one natural strength was that New York had been a haven for people from all over the world. You know, it's sort of this optimistic sense that produces incredible energy that attracted companies to New York, and we ought to build off of that most places have some sort of competitive advantage. But they gotta be honest about what it was. And so that for us was really what the strategy became you. Gotta be true to yourself. That's one of the things that I consistently preached to leaders in cities around the country and around the world, you know, cities are like people or maybe like companies they have personalities they have strengths and weaknesses. You know, how hard it is to change your own personality. It's hard to change the city's personality. But that doesn't mean you can't you know, structure around your strengths and structure around your weaknesses. Cities. Unlike people even companies can be as we noted earlier difficult to retrofit, not just physically all those buildings all that transportation energy infrastructure, but also psychically culturally and economically. Which is why Dr of concluded would be really interesting to start the city from scratch in two thousand fifteen he teamed up with Google to.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of it. Why didn't you need another arts complex? You understand? Are not exactly a performing arts fiend at least. Yeah. Well, at the origin of it actually dates back to when we replan the west side of Manhattan, which we did and in two separate parts one part of it was in west Chelsea and the core of it was to save the high line the second part was to build what's called Hudson yards, which is this area on the far west side of Manhattan. And we decided at the intersection of the high line in Hudson yards. We wanted to have a cultural institution we set to standards for one is should be unlike anything else in New York, which is hard because there's twelve hundred cultural institutions in New York, and Secondly that it should play a role in keeping New York on the leading edge culturally in the world. And so we eventually had an insight about the role of technology and the role that it's playing reshaping the cultural ecosystem that led us to conclude that what New York need was. Completely different kind of institution. One. That would be the most flexible, both programmatic and physically. Right. So this is a building that kinda can be reconfigured like a transformer something. It's exactly right. It's like a transform. It's really remarkable the building literally moves it will open up in March twenty ninth as what we're targeting two thousand nineteen and maybe one of the largest cultural startups of all time and the CEO founding Alex poops ran for many years of Manchester international festival, which again is unusual in that it takes place or took place at least all over the city. Not in set theaters from what I can gather, the sheds seems to be a sort of professionalized guerrilla operation in a way. Right. It's got a lot of the experimentalism of the experimental arts movement with kind of the the juice and leverage of a big city like New York. That's a great way of saying, you know, another way of expressing as a cultural festival every. Day because there's multiple spaces that can be reconfigured that can accommodate virtually any cultural discipline, our basic view, whether it's with respect to culture, whether it's with respect to city building is nobody's smart enough to predict the future. So you cannot plan to the detail or even sort of the gross level. What's going to happen in the future? Instead, what you can do is create the infrastructure that might be physical. It might be digital might be some ground rules it cetera that enable people to project their own ideas and innovations onto it as taste technologies trends begin to change. And I think that is a very different notion of the cultural institution as well. As city building. I find it and I mean zero disrespect by this. But I find it interesting that of all the things that attract people to New York City these days outsiders, visitors the high. Align is among the most popular it was proposed to be turned into this public park and strolling area. And you were not a big supporter of it. Not that you were so hard against it. But it's just a striking reminder illustration. I guess to me. You and your folks around you who were obviously doing this central infrastructure planning. You couldn't have possibly predicted that something like that and his humble as the high line for God's sake. And it's an abandoned freight line would turn into this thing that has so much appeal on I'm just curious what kind of lesson that taught you when I came into city hall. The high line was really one court decision away from being torn down and the Giuliani administration which had preceded us was really intent and ripping it down because the landowners who owned land under the Highline really were really pressuring the Giuliani administration to get rid of it. And you know, there are some of us in the administration. Immediately saw what the two young guys who had basically kept it alive. So which is that this could be a beautiful park and amenity. I will confess I didn't see that right away. But the key point is is that you seize opportunities as you see them, and as they evolve. And if you're flexible enough to do that, then ultimately, you can create something that might be amazing. I mean, the the paradox in that is flexibility is not a hallmark of government. Is it? Well, generally is not because government is really hard. And just getting anything done often takes extraordinary effort, but it should be on some level. A hallmark of government at the same time. You have to have a sense for what you wanna do. And so you have to combine sort of this openness with a determination to get things done or else. Nothing ever happens. You know, one of the principles that we always operated with is that look we're a competitive entity in New York, and whether we were competing with London or loss. Angeles or Jersey City to be honest. You know, we can't make policy that puts us at a competitive disadvantage. Let me ask you about that competition between whether it's far away cities or near cities you and the Bloomberg administration made it a point to change policy and stop throwing a lot of money at firms or institutions that threatened to leave the using that kind of standard financial incentive. But I'm curious what effects that zero sum competition has on each area because on some dimensions. I'd imagine the competition is healthy right on the other hand firms and institutions can and do game the system, and basically skim a bunch of tax payer money for their own purposes. So what's the best way to balance that and still incentivize firms and institutions to be where they can do the most good our view was that financial incentives to lure comfy. Or more importantly, keep them was almost always a fool's errand. We did a lot of work when we first came in the economy was just on its back. We're facing enormous budget deficits of the easy temptation would have been to bribe companies to stay or bribe companies to come we met with CEO's of companies all over the country and all over the world. In addition to in New York, we analyze their cost structures in great detail. And eventually what we concluded was companies are gonna do what's in their economic interests over the long run, and that providing these sorts of incentives was like giving them crack, but the crack was ultimately going to affect the dealer more than the user. And so it just didn't make a lot of sense. And so we just stopped. Instead the way we'd compete was based on our natural strengths which. We thought we could enhance our number one natural strength was that New York had been a haven for people from all over the world was sort of this optimistic sense that produces this incredible energy that attracted companies to New York, and we ought to build off of that most places have some sort of competitive advantage. But they gotta be honest about what it was. And so that for us was really what the strategy became you. Gotta be true to yourself. That's one of the things that I consistently preached to leaders in cities around the country and around the world, you know, cities are like people or maybe like companies they have personalities they have strengths and weaknesses. You know, how hard it is to change your own personality. It's hard to change the city's personality. But that doesn't mean you can't you know, structure around your strengths and structure around your weaknesses..

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Must be and does not i see the honored this hour great pride island does not it's not a restriction trade more a lot of people in this country and around the world events this is a free inspiration than they are looking for and it is not about walmart is not a target so an unhappy activist at the june fifth meeting natalie natalie james is with us organizer with the reclaim pride coalition which is pushing some of these issues so natalie comment on anything from that if you want that was mostly about the new route for the parade and then say what you'd like about the nypd well that was an activist ken kid is an act up veteran and has been involved in the march for for decades the he brought up the the march route change and again that point to the to the fusion the twin heritage of pride and then y pd the nypd was behind the march change am i hop is that as much they they were the ones that dictated that the route be shortened and her pride has not in any sense put up any resistance to that it hasn't communicated with the community a community much less partnered with them against the nypd in terms of these various tactics so another of our demands though in regards the nypd was for quite frankly an apology from fort from the nypd for the part it plays a stonewall and boards ongoing abuses to towards the most particularly the most vulnerable members of our community such as transgender woman of color and we have not yet received out apology although our demands were delivered to one police plaza and have been the commissioner we believe and addition to that there's this idea of the spontaneity of the march and various moves by the pd not only the wristband but in the largest sense the barricades as well these barricades were instituted during mayor giuliani's administration and these are the i'm sure you've seen them the interlocking metal barricades that are impossible to get through they were put up at the women's march and other other marches and they really are an oppressed repressive measure on freedom of assembly and they go through this idea of being able to be part of beyond the sidewalk if you're a queer individual if you're closeted if you're not yet part of the community and see this this event go by see this march go by jump into the street and there was even a saying out of the sidewalk and into the streets i'm going to have to leave it there for time to have a few minutes to get the pride parade organizers on but i wanna thank you very much for.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Another example i've talked to you about how the washington post admitted that their coverage in two thousand eight was way lopsided in favor of president obama who became president obama they admitted that there were more stories in the front page stories more positive there are more photographs photographs with more positive the new york times has not endorsed a republican president since nineteen fifty six that's right jimmy carter over reagan mondale over reagan in the washington post has been endorsing presidential candidates for about fifty years and they have never endorsed republican so this is what we're up against the late barbara bush once said and i'm paraphrasing i'm surprised when any republican wins because the media are so against us let me give you another example of what we're dealing with do you remember when juliani left his job as mayor of new york he had to to stance and in for a while after nine eleven he tried to extend his term and was not able to do it by the way bloomberg was able to get three times in a row somehow giuliani tried to do it and couldn't do it but never mind how popular he was but when he laughed he was called america's mayor you remember the way he valiantly helped to buck up america's spirits during nine eleven and the day he left office there was an editorial in the new york times editorial again is the official statement of the newspaper and it was very very flattering praiseworthy about the job giuliani recall he dramatically lower the crime rate times square used to be used to be a pit and now look at it and he just large measure to the measures that were taken taken during the giuliani administration with the assistance of his police commissioner so here's what the new york times editorialized about the departure of the.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New york city passed a law requiring sprinklers all new residential towers but some safety advocates also wanted older buildings to be retrofitted with them developers including donald trump said that would be too expensive and officials in mayor rudy giuliani's administration agreed trump later spent three million dollars to put sprinklers in all three hundred fifty units of trump world tower near the united nations according to the new york times yesterday the city buildings department said trump tower did have working hard wired smoke detectors the says it was alerted to the fire by detectors in the buildings heating and ventilation system the cause has not been determined many advocates are still waiting for protective bike barriers along the site of a crash where a cyclist was struck and killed last year commuting from hatton to queens julie huntington was at a rally yesterday for hamas herrera's the cyclists who died last year she says while she didn't know as personally they had a similar bike commute i had a friend who was killed by a motorist several years ago on the upper east side and unfortunately for many of us a lot of transportation advocates get involved because someone they know was hurt or killed the department of transportation has proposed a protected bike link connecting the queensboro bridge to queens boulevard but some business and community members opposed the plan saying it sacrifices too many parking spots students across new york are preparing to take statewide tests this week english language arts tests for public school students in grades three to eight start wednesday math testing is next month the state is reducing the number of testing days for each subject from three days to two this year to expect a partly sunny day today with a high near forty five degrees it'll still feel colder with the wind rain and snow during the overnight hours tonight into tomorrow morning that snowshoe change over to all rain by eight o'clock in the morning it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin it was fifteen years ago today when american forces took control of baghdad at the time it seemed like conclusion to a.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The in why pd uh good friend of mine bernie i want to bring you in on this conversation because i think what we're talking about with intel community and with the fbi uh a lot of these same type of leftists attitude a has definitely gotten imf not just in in congress and in representatives in federal government but also in the the mayor like the mayor here near cities a communist how much of this has affected uh the local law enforcement in the ineptitude of a lot of these people who've come up through the ranks during these times when these constraints were put on them by these liberal uh mayors and city council members to a point where uh we have win early 20 years of recruited leftist indoor in our police department is that the case it you know what started you don't see a lot of that in in the avoid pd and then in the police department uh until you get the guys at the highest level so you know when it's sort of replicated ah you know what's going on in the uh in the bureau ones doj um uh i will say your own now you have uh the jim on the old james o'neill the commissioner the nypd she deal was at the un pd pd he worked for me was a captain or deputy inspector right thanks sixty years ago he's come through the ranks the good thing about o'neill in the guise of work around here is that they they were there for all the policies that all the programs that were put in place play giuliani giuliani's administration bloomberg's administration um these guys only come to fruition only comes at the top you know under the blah's you'll recently uh sikh you you don't have a lot of that and keep in mind the every day kok the day fbi h and the every day state police officer these guys are not usually you know these these leftwingers these guys are sort of down the senator there may be a little took a right but there pro warm force but they're they're patriots there are people that go out and put their lives on the.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The the mayor like the mayor here near cities a communist how much of this has affected uh the local law enforcement in the ineptitude of a lot of these people who've come up through the ranks during these times when these constraints were put on them by these liberal uh mayors and city council members to the point where uh we have literally 20 years of recruited this indoor in our police department is that the case it it on which are you don't see a lot of that in in the uruguay pete be live in the police department uh until you get the guys with the hi it's level so you know when it's sort of replicated in you know what's going on in the uh in the bureau ones doj um i will say you know now you have uh jim o'neill james o'neill the commissioner the nypd dribble deal was in the white pd yo you worked for me was a captain or a deputy inspector right think sixty years ago he's come through the ranks the good thing about on of the guys at work around him is that they they were there for all the policies at all the programs that were put in place by giuliani giuliani's administration bloomberg's administration um these guys only come to fruition only come to the top you know under the blah's you'll recently uh seek is you don't have a lot of that and keep in mind the every day car the day fbi each the everyday state police officer these guys are not usually you know these these leftwingers these guys are sort of down the senator there may be a little to the right but there pro one force but they're they're patriots there are people that go out and put their lives on the line on a daily basis for this country um and they really don't give a damn about politics uh they don't want politics involved in the departments so in in uh i personally i think it's a shame what's going on within the fbi because it does taint the reputation of the bureau it has nothing to do with the every every day fbi agents the guy's a men and women the go out to your do the job put the leadership has really skew the taste and to the point that you know you've got to be in i sit these is this the.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The the mayor like the mayor here near cities a communist how much of this has affected uh the local law enforcement in the ineptitude of a lot of these people who've come up through the ranks during these times when these constraints were put on them by these liberal uh mayors and city council members to the point where uh we have win early twenty years of recruited left this indoor in our police department is that the case it you know what china's you don't see a lot of that in in the uruguay pd and then in the police department uh until you get the guys at the highest level so you know when it's sort of replicated is is you know what's going on in the uh in the bureau ones doj um i will say you know now you have uh jim o'neill james on the o'neill the commissioner the nypd shimon deal was in the un white pd uh he worked for me was a captain orrick deputy inspector right thanks sixty years ago he's come through the ranks the good thing about o'neal of the guys of work around here is that they they were there for all the policies at all the programs that were put in place by giuliani giuliani's administration bloomberg's administration um these guys only come to fruition only come to the top you know under the blah's you'll recently um seek is you don't have a lot of that and keep in mind the every day kok t every day fbi h the every day state police officer these guys are not usually you know these these leftwingers these guys are sort of down the senator there may be a little to the right but there pro one force but they're they're patriots there are people that go out and put their lives on the.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on KOIL

"The the mayor like the mayor here neared cities a communist how much of this has affected uh the local law enforcement in the ineptitude of a lot of these people who've come up through the ranks during these times when these constraints were put on them by these liberal uh mayors and city council members to the point where uh we have literally twenty years of recruited left this indoor in our police department is that the case it you don't wanna you don't see a lot of that in in the loyd pd and then in the police department uh into you'll get the guys at the highest level so you know when it's sort of replicated ah you know what's going on in the uh in the bureau in theo jay um i will say you know now you have uh jim all the old james o'neill the commissioner the nypd jubal deal was in the white pd yo you work for me was a captain orrick deputy inspector right thanks sixteen years ago he's come through the ranks the good thing about o'neill in the guise of work around him is that they they were there for all the policies that all the programs that were put in place by giuliani giuliani's administration bloomberg's administration um these guys only come to fruition only come to the top you know under the blah's you'll recently um sikh you see you don't have a lot of that and keep in mind the every day cop t every day fbi agent the every day state police officer these guys are not usually you know these these leftwingers these guys are sort of dalmas senator there may be a little to the right but there prowall force but they're they're patriots their people they go out and put their lives on the line on a.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of the deep state people that can of came into the government during the eight years of bill clinton did get rid of a right and in those people stayed in the neck by the time obama was elected their entrenched right that trial so so let me ask you let me bring on a bernard kerik former a commissioner of the in pd um good friend of mine bernie i want to add bring you in on this conversation because i think what we're talking about with intel community and with the fbi uh a lot of these same type of leftists attitude a has definitely gotten imf not just in in congress and in representatives in federal government but also in the the mayor like the mayor here near cities a communist how much of this has affected uh the local law enforcement and the ineptitude of awad of these people who've come up through the ranks during these times when these constraints were put on them by these liberal uh mayors and city council members to the point where uh we have literally twenty years of recruited left this indoor in our police department is that the case it it it on which are you don't see a lot of that in the edward pp and in in the police department uh until you get the guys at the highest level so you can own it's sort of replicated it it you know what's going on in the uh in the bureau and doj um i will say email now you have uh jim o'neill james o'neill the the short the nypd jalal neil was the un white pd uh worked for me was a captain or deputy inspector right thanks sixty years ago he's come through the ranks the good thing about o'neal of the guys at work around him is that they they were there for all the policies at all the programs that were put in place by giuliani giuliani's administration bloomberg's administration um these guys only come to fruition only come to the top you know under the blah's you'll recently um seek is you don't have a lot of that and keep in mind the every day cop the every day fbi agent the every day state police officer these guys are not usually you know these these leftwingers these guys are sort of down the senator there may be be a little to.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WGTK

"Total information source mike gallagher show the news is happening now the headlines like no one else in the series kind of a somber day our radio studios you're in lower manhattan not far at all from the freedom to our and there has been a big new york police presence as there have been cher monis commemorating ne nine eleven there have been share monis in shanksville pennsylvania at the pentagon the president spoke along with defense secretary hearing new york there's always a very very schambori shad ritual where family members and friends read the list of of names of new nearly three thousand who perished tom von essen was appointed the 30th fire commissioner of the new york fire department by mira rudy giuliani back in april of nineteen ninety six he has served in that position until the end of the giuliani administration on december 31st months after the terror attacks he of course was the new york city fire commissioner during nine eleven and you know we are i i don't know about you but i'm a kind of a ritual district person like like to do things there's a ritual we we do on a day like today a little bit later this hour we're gonna play nine eleven silent night which was a um a spiritual reminder that even in our darkest times god is with us and sometimes you forget on a day like that at where where god is you wonder where he is and i know for tom von essen today is a very very personal and special day and as i said sorta of a ritual we always try to catch up with the great tom von essen on this uh sad day every year thomas great having.

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"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"giuliani administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the rehabilitation off the south street seaport right and so koch was a obviously on the scene at this point his goal to make new york city a more business friendly was would have one of the first two to go in that direction talk a little bit about that and the effects it had even as far as the giuliani administration yeah well you know you know being um business friendly is you know out the man shroud of you know like new york in those years and of course uh cautionary tale of the city that had been on the verge of bankruptcy so uh business friendly policies man uh basically a cop on social services on public housing and hostile and public infrastructure course which were a couple of with subsidies to private ventures and to uh uh private developers solve office send market rate housing so all of course giuliani um continues these followed fee and uh that was a very big attention on quality of life you know because in those years climb indicate where a big part of the daily experience salt leaving in the city like new york so the answers of cost was this hard line on qualityoflife issues which basically man more police imports meant against crime also mine of crime in order to protect the wellbeing of citizens and visitors sin city angelini also all basically used this quality of fly in pain as a tool to promote uh yet again a cleaned up abortion of the city that would attract visitors and businesses uh during giuliani was this fewer caller and support sean crimes enel camano crime such as stacking and handling or graffiti rioting which uh unfortunately translated into an aggressive crack down on the poor and on the homeless people virtually on however scrapie because cry of course it was a private old to to to resume on one hundred twenty five straight because it is you know not only so i konic but it's one the fully comeback to to downtown may you know and he had a lot of housing i mean area the areas around 125 street though are no ceautiful houses and cheap at that time kind the rezoning was but bloomberg administration i mean those housing we're relatively cheap compared some and a half them so uh.

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