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"john donne" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Not the pods. Yeah. Pause from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm John Donne. Agora news radio 700 wlw shock. You've been up since 2016, right? Absolutely. You have been to bed. That's correct. Yeah, I'm just saying, if you know if you if you kept your money alone there for like for, you know, for five years pretty well, right now. I just keep count it. That's what keeps me awake at night. Well, that's it. Well, no. You got to get a guy. You get a guy like it. One of these money places you keep him up at night counting money. There's my guy. I email him at all hours of the day. I said, What are we doing today? How we doing today? He must think. Well, he knows I'm a nut, But I just I just I just keep this guy around just to make sure he answers my phone calls. Good man. When your one o'clock in the morning, you know that nobody to talk to you Call him right. I'll give you his name. What's going on out there from the UC Help Traffic center home to the nationally recognized pancreatic cancer center. Our care planes are backed by scientific research and position expertise. North bound 75 beginning to build a bit approaching 2, 75 and Erlanger. So is east to 75 between the Double way and 4 71 Rex on Beechman it five mile in third limbs. Well, his west to seven. Seem to 75 7 47 on the right shoulder chucking grim news radio 700 wlw. Well, now it is going to be a wet Wednesday. How Web is it? Let's bring in Jennifer catch Mark from nine on your side because she knows. Good morning, Jennifer. I do know. Yeah, it's already raining. It will be raining basically this kind of moderate to heavy rain all the way through at least 1 to 2 PM spotting for the rest of the afternoon. But don't forget this evening. We still see that chance for some thunderstorm activity rolling through and that small potential for a severe storm. Now the amount of rain we're talking about. I mean 1 to 2 inches before this is all said and done. Yeah, it's a true soaker. Wow. So I got to be careful when I'm out there tonight. Well, I mean, you're so tall. I think you'll be just fine. Your head's always above above the water line, isn't it? My notes, and my nose is always up in the air. So I think I'll be just fine. By the way, By the way, I know you will never wear this color again. Why You're not going to wear the color green. I see. You're getting a chroma key in your old man we got we had to get a finish up finish coding everything, but Yeah, Monday, I will be back. Quote unquote in the studio. Nope. Just on a green screen in the basement. But so for those that don't know there has to be a base color for that to work in the base color is like lime green because Back when they made it. Nobody wore lime green. Now everybody's wearing line bring. You know, I'd like Could I have a different colored girl? I know. So there's a little TV one on one. All right, kiddo. We'll talk later on. All right. There she is. Jennifer Catch Mark High today of a 58. But it's going to rain tomorrow. Okay? No problem Rains out of here. Friday looks pretty good. 43 at the tri State Severe.
"john donne" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Pictures from the department of defense US and south Korean commandos stage a counterterrorism rate it's another sign of nerves on edge after north Korea's Kim Jong hoon promised what North Korea called a Christmas gift that could be a ballistic missile or nuclear weapons test is an apparent tactic to pressure the US into lifting economic sanctions on the north North Korea said a year end deadline for the west to change its nuclear policy in the run up to the deadline north Korea's insulted president trump calling him a donor saying US policy is foolish North Korea resume testing short range missiles this year conducting more than a dozen such launches the month long pro democracy protests in Hong Kong continued over Christmas demonstrators clashed with police in malls and shopping districts sorry please the full running battles with the demonstrators the full cry from the winter Wonderland presented on TV by home called Beijing Carrie lam fifty message she wished everyone a safe happy and peaceful Christmas the protest is a demanding she quits and later on social media she called them selfish and reckless BBC news correspondent John donne S. W. CBS news time six thirty five we'll take a break right here I remember get your news traffic and weather on demand only with the radio dot com download.
"john donne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On the brief today John donne and from Washington on reports that China may have given up on the overall trade deal with United States Kevin's really from Capitol Hill on the formal house vote to proceed with the impeachment inquiry and windy Benjamin's an understated the twenty twenty campaign and how impeachment proceedings could complicate things so Phyllis server you for Sean remark report you have out that actually China is that okay we'll do this phase one deal but we don't even have hopes of doing overall long term deal the United States yeah this is based on some reporting that we've been doing for a few weeks now talking about Chinese officials and people who have been meeting with Chinese officials in Beijing in other places and the sense the common thread that we get out of all of those conversations is that the Chinese are looking very skeptically at the possibility of anything beyond that phase one agreement saying simply they're not going to move off of their a red lines on substance and they don't think Donald trump's going to move on terrorists and lift all of the terrace which is a Chinese demand so as we set up in the next couple weeks for that phase one deal and president trump today tweeting out that the US and China were working on finding a new location for a signing ceremony now that the APEC summit has been canceled because of unrest in Chile we need to think also beyond that and already we're seeing some criticism of the content of that phase one deal we should say okay so let's assume for the moment it plays out the way you're reporting would indicate my which is they get the phase one to answer a truce we don't increase terrace personally don't cut it back either what is United States get out of that and was I six not get out of that well essentially on the agricultural side to get to return to purchases by China at levels that were there before the whole trade war started for these terrorists went into place we are expecting some intellectual property concessions by the Chinese although a lot of experts are looking at what might come out of that and saying that looks a lot like what China is doing already there may be some other purchases promised by China but again those look like their return to pre trade war levels and that's the reason why a lot of trade experts are looking at this package in saying are the trade wars have the trade wars been worth it has the economic damage that we've seen from this been worth it and that's a question that Donald trump's going to have to answer not just in the coming weeks but next year as he runs for reelection yep that's right on the campaign trail exactly shot thank you so much a showdown of reporting for washing now go to Capitol Hill in Kevin's really because there was a historic vote up there just a short time ago Kevin and they are going for but boy it look partisan to me and the exception of two Democrats Collin Peterson as well as Jeff manager to Democrats who actually voted.
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It seems like Uber and lift are everywhere these days and for many millions of people it's great because those services make it easier and often cheaper to get where you need to go but they don't work for everyone. Seniors and people with disabilities often need more help than a ride hailing services designed to provide and while sometimes city or a county has special public transportation options. They're not always available or reliable. Able K. Cheetah lives a gable pines a senior living community in Saint Paul Minnesota until very recently she mostly got around with a shared public transportation program called Metro Mobility but it wasn't the greatest the night they left until seventy seven. We won't charge you for this right. I said we'RE NOT GONNA get paid if you did charge me and I said I'm never caught using you again. We'll got so where I had to now. She has another option hyphen her residence partnered with a startup called mobility for all its in the business of on-demand rides for people who need extra help getting into a car or other special services. You don't need an APP or even a smartphone. It's designed with seniors and people with disabilities in mind. John is the C._E._O.. Of Mobility for all for our latest installment of evenly distributed exploring digital divide and tech don't shares what's at stake for his users. Seniors and people with disabilities have have gotten used to have accepted that they're just going to be socially isolated and that's not good for their health. It's not good for their wellbeing. That is a huge cost to our society. If you think think of like an Uber or lift or a taxi company those are typically curbed curb service you have to go meet them at the curb whereas our drivers are trained and the expectation is that they will meet our riders within. The senior communities that they live in or after front door and provide that assistance from the threatful all the way into the vehicle and then to their final destination whether it's at Church or at the reception desk for an appointment at doctor's office we have very little capital. We don't have a fleet of cars or minivans or wheelchair accessible vehicles. We contract out for those so that's more of that Gig kind of tech economy that we're using and then we use technology also to make sure all that works in concert in the twin cities we have partnerships with five senior living communities so the market that we're building has actually there. It's one that's invisible to a lot of companies out there whether it's Uber lift because they're underserved seniors and people with disabilities want to be out they have this huge pent up demand for getting a ride for having mobility options but the supply of that service is an out there and that's what we're feeling. We're filling that gap. That's John Donne C._E._O.. Of Mobility for all that's four as in the number four by the way don't says he hopes to expand the company beyond the Minneapolis Saint Paul area in twenty twenty and now for some related links more. Services are popping up to provide ridesharing focused on accessibility tech crunch reports on May mobility which is developing electric vehicles that travel at low speeds and our wheelchair accessible. The design allows wheelchair users to stay in their chairs rolling up rams to enter the vehicles and there's no testing shows they need to make some adjustments like longer rams to make it easier to board still company hopes to make its shuttles operational in Columbus grand rapids and providence soon food. How did the whole Gig economy thing takeoff Yahoo? Finance has an interview with the founder of cash grab it service connects freelance laborers with customers who need health and developed back when we weren't used to the idea of using an APP to a higher some ordinary Schmo task grab. It didn't go the I._P._O.. Route was instead acquired by here in two thousand seventeen another thing that sets it apart from Uber lift than the like it was profitable when it made the decision to sell as a driver for Uber or lift. You've got to worry about keeping a ratings up. Hope no one Ralph's in the backseat nowadays though you also need to worry about becoming an unwitting accomplice to a crime Newsweek lists a few instances of rideshare rideshare as getaway driver including one where a new uber driver had no idea his writer was holding up a gas station. You only figured it out when the cops came to his house and arrested him he was released but man gotta hope he got a good tip from the writer Ryder Right Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech. 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"john donne" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Sure. And so we aren't here with John donne. Hello, everybody. Change your voice. This is my voice. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm good. I remember seeing you at fat black pussycat like the day after I broke up with Stephen and I think you had just separated. Yes. From your wife, we almost have an unspoken connection. Yes, I did because I was like, wait, you're said to the way that I kind of what the fuck out with you. And then you told me that I'm like so good though. When you run into someone who's going through a break up at the same time as you convenient because you kind of have the same. You have the same vibe. You have the same like unspoken like chemistry. But you know what I mean? Like now wants to be around us. Yes, I know they look at you like you're sad or Finn, but it's like this weird group of people that don't actually meet up but are connected on a weird way. Like having a support group of it would like support and passing. We're like, I'm not alone. Okay, cool. Not. It's a lot I does because you know why? Because I hate like burning people with my stuff like that. Do you like doing that? Yeah, I'll tell people if they look at me twice, but like I'm really sad. I'm going through a break up. I wanna die on the restarted. But if you ask me, don't ask me because they'll go, you know, I'm okay. But you know, it's a bummer. But you know an, I'll go into this long actually. Gates. Once you ask me, I'll get into it. But like I the way I grew up is like, don't people ask you how you want your fine, no matter what we're told you that Iranian manner. That makes sense because Kathy Griffin is always, you know, like a sushi so she's fine. And like you talk shit about people behind their backs because she has manners. Yes, polite as exactly how it is now. So you never really got your feelings out? Not I'm better at it now than I used to be because I've been therapy for years and that really helped me maybe more mellow. I used to be, I think an angry person that I was fighting all your feelings inside. Absolutely. So I've gotten better in that. I've gotten better being more honest, I think I was more. I think I'm a people pleaser type person, and I think that relationships like on early on when I was in my twenties, I was like, I was I was never appealing because I was the. Are you ok guy in the relationship? Right. Full? Okay. Guy is matter dry. Are you mad? Are you mad? You man drives me or like, what are you thinking? Did you ever ask? Thank you. But it used to be like, are you mad mad at me? Like I was like that back when I was younger, hurry, people pleaser you're the, are you mad? And you wouldn't believe people in your early twenties. When relationship I was just I was becoming. I was like, like you said up at so pussy, pussy dryer like, yeah, I literally was like, I think I was too needy in that way, and I just wanted to make sure the way I grew up with. It's not a bad way to grow up. That's why we're what was going on now. Like I, I don't get why guys the way they treat women. Sometimes I don't get it because the way I was my dad raised me was like, you put your mom and your sisters on a pedestal, and then that that's it, which is suddenly no way stream up. Yes. So the opposite extreme though it's an opposite, but it does is it you lose self worth with it. Like if you're like, if I'm like, what was your? Okay. I'm gonna relationship and I'm like as long as you're okay, if you're happy, then it doesn't matter what say you never tended to your own knee. Exactly. And as I get older, I'm becoming more in touch with that. And I'm more like Lufkin I'm going to be. Gonna stand my ground and I'm going to, I'm going to be more for myself and beaten more honest and be more transparent than I was..
"john donne" Discussed on KOMO
"And one of the first things that i'm going to tell you is that you might be best served by starting with a steam power wash approach to it now that's going to be require putting down all kinds of i put down a plastic tarp the steam no really doesn't go as far as you think it would and that's a great way you might be just absolutely astonished what that alone is going to do and then i'm gonna send you into take a photo of your red fireplace your anybody who's listening to this and checkout john donne j o n d o n in now it's gotten so much easier to check out john donne j o n d o n by simply going to their website and then all you have to do is put in organic brick cleaning and you're gonna find great results aren't tell you what am i trick secrets here i like when i get when i get a bucket and i get heavy rubber gloves on and you can go with a green version of this you would be shocked what dishwasher your dishwasher those soap crystals what they do so how much i put a whole cup of it in about a half a gallon of really hot water as hard as i can take it get a scrub brush get on it that between that steamer i tell you i can't believe that it wouldn't come off however if it still doesn't john donne last case scenario there are a whole myriad of chimney sweeps and they do all of it now one of the things that i want to tell you and you can look through the reviews on homeadvisor yelp whatever for the chimney sweeps that is real thing just like mary poppins you know what what i want to say about that though is you have all the soot on the outside of your fireplace what do you have on the inside he knew a lot of people don't realize this that that soot that black is telling you something it's like your health it's giving you a warning do you have a problem in your chimney that's why you might want to skip ahead get a chimney sweep because if you have even a fraction on the inside of that chimney like you have on the outside will you have crease old that is built up inside this shimmy and what firefighters referred to as a chimney bomb is when you liked that fireplace and they're creosote the built up in your chimney ignites and it is a fire that is catastrophic it's going to go through all the airways in your house all the ducks fire department shows up you have an internal combustible fire and it's a catastrophic fire that's how people lose their entire homes and they sit when you look in your house and you say what happened is chimney fire ask anyone who works in the fire department what a chimney fire is and how catastrophic it is higher professional because if you've got that on the outside trustee you've got it on the inside and there are plenty of these people who do this and they're all i like homeadvisor as as a place to find people i hope that helps mark that's a good one good question another question do you have a question because you're listening and you want tammy all right so you have to dial two six four two one one thousand or toll free line for all the western washington is eight seven seven three nine seven fifty six sixty six.
"john donne" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of the role of initiating the offense because your mir nelson was out with an injury so you have somebody right now who is obviously capable at playing perimeter spots and also capable of being crafty passer and initiating the offense so i think if you're looking for a comparison or an impact level he does look i think fits the bill from what i've been told by those obviously in the know of not dodge to game in terms of for folks who are familiar can you walk people through just how who the scouts are how the scouting varies for guys like john donne abroad versus obviously the guys like eight and other dudes who local scouts and local gmc was with some frequency well one thing i think you need to look at for all intents and purposes is there is a little bit of fear when it comes to foreigners but there's also a little bit of intrigue there were a situation where you saw intrigue i think with kristaps porzingis and i think there was also fear because he was the unknown but the people who obviously are embedded with these european players these foreigners have a feel and have a notion for all intents and purposes that these guys are going to be in a situation where they obviously for all intents and purposes can understand who is going where but forever kristaps porzingis you also probably have a macho lumpy or so as you know bill it's not an exact science generosity here on the show john moby had amazing combine and maybe it's false equivalency but he's working out with the same workout guy who has helped some other big men work on their shot joe will end becomes one of those guys so i've heard district from executives around the league varying degrees of optimism and pessimism about baba how he's going to transfer whether you are buying into the athleticism or he's the next bust for you when you look at the tape when i bought when you talk to your sources what do you see when you look at mogambo and try to project to the nba today's nba moba doesn't necessarily fit the way the league of going even defensively he can obviously a great job protecting the front of.
"john donne" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"I'm john donne then welcome back to intelligence squared us where four debaters are about to begin facing off on one of the toughest foreign policy issues of the twenty first century so we go in three rounds and in the first round each debater makes an opening statement they will be uninterrupted and i to speak for the motion negotiations can denuclearize north korea ambassador bonnie jenkins nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution and former state department official ladies and gentlemen ambassador bonnie jenkins when i was first told that i would have an opportunity to be a part of this debate and that my motion would be that negotiations can lead to denuclearization i said of course of course why not but then i said let me step back a bit and say a little bit about why i have that perception i have spent my life working in the area of nuclear nonproliferation chemical biological nonproliferation arms control so i spent my life sitting at the table with others negotiating treaties working working with the delegations drafting treaty tax and really making the what may seem impossible possible i've also done some research on this actually my topic for my dissertation was why do countries decide that they want to or not develop nuclear weapons and how does nonproliferation actions really play a role in that decision making and i have found out all of the research that would in very important part of this is a leader and when the leader decides.
"john donne" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Grabs is easier said than done we've had a car break in san francisco for years the mayor says there were thirty thousand auto break ins last year we have literally gang's coming into the city people who do this professionally day in and day out the mayor appeared on kpi x five speaking with kcbs and chronicle insider phil matere phil asked to how the city could possibly reduce breakins when many of those who are arrested are quickly in and out of jail and rarely prosecuted first of all more police officers on the street and chief scott has already double the foot patrols with the existing staffing when we add more police officers we're gonna be able to do more of that it's a deterrent effect first quarter of two thousand eighteen property crime and car break ins were down seventeen percent so good start obviously we can't rest on our laurels when we we will not a proposed state law would make any break in of a vehicle with its doors and windows locked a felony right now it's a misdemeanor that backers say could result in more successful prosecutions jeffrey xiao kcbs creek police have launched a sting operation in an effort to crack down on car burglaries police are intentionally leading purses wallets and other items inside of cars and then using gps technology to track down the thieves walnut creek police lieutenant john donne levy tells kpi x five the sting operation is designed to send a message to anyone planning on stealing things from cars well we want people to think if you still something to walnut creek it might have a gps device ended the cops might not exactly where you're at and come rescue say the sting operation has led to three arrests in the past week as temperatures warm bay area air quality officials are asking commuters to help protect the region's air quality district officials say cars are the largest source of smog pollution in the region so there asking commuters.
"john donne" Discussed on KOMO
"Bio conqueror i mean come on it's just it's like really really a great product and it's available there and it comes in a variety of sense i personally like the citrus because otherwise it'll smell like i don't know somebody's if you don't get enough in there it'll smell like somebody's stinky armpit is up a christmas tree with the pine scent the lemon seems to do the best job also and i mean i also don't want it to smell like koolaid so that's why i like the fresh sense however if you call john donne ask for a you wanna ask for one of their professional people to assist you because that is going to be something that you want to do another thing that you may want to consider and this again read all safety instructions because you can buy one online for now a couple of hundred bucks or you rent one and that is an open ater and when anybody has a fire water damage we run an ozone machine is knows nader look it up and what it does is it actually puts ozone into the air don't have time for a chemistry lesson here but read about it follow all manufacturers safety instructions if you get too much ozone it's not good for you or your pets but with between the os nader and john donne armpits no more i hope that helps and also i v by the way john don don so you know county morgue also uses products such as these because they do go and retrieve dead body and they have to cover the set you know sometimes that's how sadly when someone passes you know we find them because of you know it's called zine and cadaverous joined on violence seattle to six four two one one thousand toll free eight seven seven three nine seven fifty six sixty six the news you need from the people you trust komo news now for an update from abc news then your top local stories from ten thirty.
"john donne" Discussed on The 45th
"You are much more on that front than i am i mean i'll know i think there's a i think there are many people in his base now want him impeached seriously i have not seen that level i guess the popular media head people are all trump's ask all the time so they're okay with it well yeah grassroots stronger no the grassroots is definitely stronger i think fox news is one of the few outlets that's still continuing to support trump in many ways but it's the people who are consistently ben on the america first bandwagon or not bandwagon but they've been on america first agenda and just so happen to be on the trump bandwagon there off the trump bandwagon firmly believe that he is not the right man for the job speaking of lawyers and this guy was really savvy ninety we were gonna talk about the somebody else who lost her job is actually is not didn't lose idi was fire to resign john signed resigned or probably forces on he was i i think this was think probably going to end eventually but i think this was his decision that realized that he needed cut his losses and get out of there so we're talking about john donne that was trump's personal attorney and he had joined the his legal team last june specifically to deal with the russia investigation apparently we're closely with jay suck lowest him a lot on sakala whatever on fox and stuff and he made that brilliantly argument that trump cannot obstruct justice because he's the president anyway he stepped down what was reason for him to leave well he's given kind of statements the casio's attorney but i wonder if a big contributing factor was what happened that a week or two ago now when he gave a statement that said the special counsels should end and i said that yes this is a statement of the president and then like with an hour's he versus a note that my personal personal opinion there that's it i wonder if that really had been i mean it did seem like it was definitely unofficial statement that trump wanted to put out in the change his mind and wanted the claim was personal and that i could see as an attorney that being the straw breaks the camel's back their clients to rational get you in trouble act that way.
"john donne" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Junk yard steelplate um well that's not does not not great at nine on john donne cuts not a trade if she was not a trade issue that's a federal funding of war issue because you had democrats voted against more fun i got not a dog down eleven now dan luck downloaded yet done lucky that want to have a discussion i let let's have a legit discussion but when you bring up stuff like that that's pure bs it it it just inter it dilutes or it'll yes it is a deluge it does not phillips again it dilutes the conversation if americans didn't produce if the united states did not produce what you're saying is that trade made it so the united states couldn't produce good argument for their tanks that's a line of crap and you know it that's a funding issue in congress and nothing to do that platinum visa absolutely nothing to do with a trade i just i mean come on and that that's this is why in the discussion because had this waggin fed up with people because that kind of bs crap but baton from sarasota throws out is just isn't true well here's the thing is that we're told well it's not gonna cost that much and then all of a sudden it cost so much than we were making our humphreys out of tinfoil right the arguments all over the place now i just that was that was a funding issue as it always is with congress come on i heard such well we would play but delusional world to people believe in it if if we had if we had war equipment.
"john donne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Chance of showers in the forecast for wednesday wednesday's highs generally yolk in the upper 50s to around 60 it's six minutes after eleven tie for the one a program with joshua johnson this programme previously recorded you're listening to kqed public radio eighty eight point five fm bye this is one a i'm john donne ben infra joshua johnson in washington and in ought to push news now cedeno there such a thing as octopus news well there is right now in right here and it is fascinating because a few weeks ago a college student who was doing a dna analysis for senior thesis stumbled across a distinct previously unrecognized species of octopus scientists had missed it or was the arctic was just really smart about hiding from us all the centuries that i say smart an octopus in the same sentence i did yes because these creatures have been discovered to be very intelligent indeed better than dogs at getting some things done maybe better than us at getting some things done and the more that science finds out about how the arctic was thinks the more check challenges are very ideas of what we mean by intelligence we're going to be diving inside the mind the octopus this hour with three women who have spent a lot of time in the water with them joining us this hour is kelley voss she's a doctoral student at the university of california at santa cruz in the department of ecology and evolutionary behavior hike la welcome to one a happy to be here and sign montgomery who has a naturalist and a documentary filmmaker and.
"john donne" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"And reactionary is not conservative and that the people i grew up with who red national review read the weekly standard commentary william f buckley edmond burke we're appalled we're appalled but i just say that doesn't that doesn't vitiate against the basic concept of conservative human beings or conservative loss i both appreciate and believe that you are appalled by what is happening i also think that that the party is culpable the two of you you were not personally responsible but it's not acceptable to just say oh man that that's not us any more than it is for liberals to do that when really horrifying things happen in the democratic party and so i'm sorry republicans don't get to wash their hands of this republican party i just don't think it can be handled in that kind of a simplistic way i didn't get my vote i warned that he was morally unfit to be present i refuse to meet with him when he was courting conservatives and yet let's face the fact that he carried counties and regions and states that barack obama carried and if there is responsibility and liability it rests with both parties and with both ideological movements i'm john donne ben still to come more questions from the audience and the results of tonight's debate on intelligence where'd you ends.
"john donne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"john donne" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
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"john donne" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I think on balance on the reform healthcare character very well many of them and down and change now might be appropriate that ought to be john donne data and experience and very parkway and very carefully can you think of any part of god frank that you should think should be changed her eliminated obviously i know the rules certificated exchange commission was required and and we had over a hundred rulemaking couldn't gagen dodd frank and and i think a lot of those in very good there are some areas where the federal securities laws were you particularly in area special i go over here the and from new direction and not all clear to me go work out as everybody had hoped they would but nonetheless i think even put a widow with our large will make an agenda a lot of why in ghana has been good in particular when you think about the area jointly owned by the sec and here with respect to overthecounter derivatives put off a ruling around securitisation hedge fund registration and oversight by the for the first time i think those are all important development now the controller the currency once public feedback on her proposal to roll back the volcker rule what would you say to him i would say that any roll back ought to be gone with extreme care and while it apparently always a good practice to get public feedback hopefully balance public feedback now from the regulated industry but more broadly and and and take a look at that and get them an hour and understand clearly this regulation cam what the implications of a roll back would be in the and think that those rollbacks of doddfrank we will be modest i do think there'll be modified because i think for a lot of the things that have been put in place and and and the cast of the last several years industry on appreciate come in some cases is comfortable with on and operating in the new normal and i think undoing some of those rules to actually create more work with very little daniken so i think we are i think the changes both see we'll be kauai moderate i've always had reservations about groups that represent somewhat competing organisations so that brings me the financial stability oversight council has worked as you had expected.
"john donne" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Hi it's keith delaney employed we have a lot to jam on during this version of the show including what's happening with keys with donald junior what's all the practice of airport today in orlando and that was pretty much what the buzz was and then out what else is shaking in washington dc as usual will go through all of that absolutely and then talk about a few other things things in between including what's happening in the world of sports of course but first let's talk about this and republican lawmakers on don jr john donne trump junior's emails saying it's a distraction and not a help republican lawmakers in congress has said data clashes about junior the revelation that the president's son agreed to meet with the russian lawyer after yet been acquaintance email to him that the russian government had damaging information about hillary clinton has definitely had shock waves that have been rippling through washington and it's true yup the republicans because they're worried about their turf of course in congress say it's hurting their jobs is hurting their ability to do their jobs in fact the quote of the day was the arizona senator john mccain he said it sucking the oxygen out of the room and everybody knows that he went on to say i think it's very difficult when you have this overall barrage of new information that unfold every few days i think it's obvious lawmakers around the hill say that you know what happens is the conversation smacks of talking about the latest drip from the administration innocent new russian investigate russian and interference possibility into the 2016 election they're saying the sentence trying to pass its version yes as we all know what's in your wallet healthcare they're trying to pass that bill and the government's funding frankly runs out in september the trying to pass tax reform people keep forgetting about that take ticktock talk it's.