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Family of Homeless Man Shot By Deputies in San Clemente Files Federal Suit, Los Angeles
"Shot and killed by Orange County Sheriff's deputies in San Clemente earlier this year has felt a wrongful death lawsuit attorney John Taylor's representing the family of Kurt Reinhold, who died outside the hotel Miramar during a struggle with two homeless outreach deputies on September 23rd. He tells can actually still haven't explained why the deputies confronted Reinhold is EJ Walk. One officer has his Taser out. And they just start telling them that you jaywalking and instead of either, allowing him to continue take one more step to get off of the street or out of the street and citing him. Them put their hands on him in. The Orange County Sheriff's Department says it appeared that during the confrontation, Reinhold grabbed a gun from one of the deputies. But Taylor says they haven't offered any proof that actually happened. The department says they don't comment on pending litigation. And 20. Let's check your money
"john taylor" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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Stamped On The Phone
"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty
Lady Gaga's star-studded One World: Together At Home concert raises $127.9 MILLION for coronavirus relief efforts
"Did you see it one world together at home last night the two hour special boy featured performances by some of music's top names and how to help raise funds for the fight against the corona virus than tech they raise nearly a hundred and twenty eight million dollars hosted by late night talk show show host host Stephen Stephen Colbert Colbert Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon and and Jimmy Jimmy Kimmel Kimmel the the show show featured featured a a host host of of stars stars from from Paul Paul McCartney McCartney Stevie Stevie Wonder Wonder Elton Elton John John Taylor Taylor swift swift Andre Andre but but chilly chilly Billy Billy Irish Irish doesn't get any better than that yeah Elton John I said him did not he was terrific the proceeds will support the covert nineteen solidarity response fund for the World Health Organization good work by the on the part of those folks
The Bible That Leaks Oil
"Well Dan yes does. Have you ever heard of the Oil Bible Lael by Dan Oil? It feels like I should have. Oh goodness gracious Dan. Can we say with the Texas all the whole Jerry Pierce and John Taylor has been traveling? The Nation Dan with the Oil Bible. Okay now let me tell you this Bible when it sort of magically secretes oil. Oh my God right like Ooh from it is clear this oil just flows so gross and they whenever there so apparently part of the the the trick here is the it doesn't actually seep oil when they're traveling only seeps oil at home but people visit them at home in order to encounter the Seeping Oil Bible and They yeah people have attributed healings of course An any pretty much anything you could imagine has been attributed to The Bible It's performing. Miracles is what it is performing miracles. They give away vials of the oil and they've they're growing famous and making a lot of money off the Oil Bible. Well the good folk good folk at let me see. What is this news organization? That's the little local their local news or the Chattanooga Times free press okay because in I. I assume somewhere there in Tennessee in Dalton. If that's a place in Tennessee the town is called Dalton. Okay then the times free press decided they were going to do some investigative reporting. Oh okay so. As any good organization news organization would do so. They started asking around and they got a source at the Dalton. Tractor supply which says that Pierce Right Would consistently go in and and by gallons of mineral okay And but but company policies prevented prohibited him from telling anything more specific than that. But that's pretty. That's pretty damning right there. Yeah so the Times. Free press paid for a series of chemical analyses of the oil that they were giving out the oil that was available at the Dalton. Tractor supply okay. Sure and they sent these analysis or these tests to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Okay that compared the samples and they said that it was the same thing. Oh shocking oil. Petroleum derived and the results quote strongly suggests that oil sample is mineral oil. Just like the stuff for sale. Right okay And then the second test that compared the chemical composition of Pierce's oil to the product tractor supply found a nearly exact match. They're doing mass spectrometry. Is that what they're doing it? The article doesn't get into such thing and using a gas chromatograph. What are they doing? Frank I don't know all right fine. There Ministry though began in two thousand sixteen in the week after Donald TRUMP'S INAUGURATION. And these these two guys So that they had a powerful religious experience As oil began coming out of the Bible. Now these guys are just clearly. Just fucking liars. It's obvious just charlatan right right. They're just soaking a Bible. They dropped a Bible into a VAT of oil one time and then just made a claim about it and then to realize we'll fuck all just just keep doing this and their followers. The people who've been healed people who've had deep religious experiences Are predictably sticking to their guns drinking with them. Yeah even though clearly. It's a fraud. It's a complete and utter fraught. So the the Oil Bible. Let me tell you something. Bats heads new. Here's the thing about human psychology for most humans. It is more tolerable to to believe some to to deal with the cognitive dissonance of believing something you know has been proven true then to change your mind. It's too painful for most people to change their mind and so they would rather deal with being idiots essentially believing something that has been proven false. Yeah well it's you know it's just it's the it's the media. Yeah it's it's Tanic right the devils newspaper Chattanooga Times free press you know yeah. I'm sure that that's satanist. The Lucien Greaves Editor in chief. The Times free press is it good on this local news. I know a great right again. Well done guys. How do they even have any money to do any testing? Probably all pro bono right probably including the reporting. Yes indeed okay. There's there's no money for independent newspapers anymore. That's what we're getting. That's the
"john taylor" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast
"I'm John Taylor. Skinner and misses the electorate on this episode being Muslim. That nice. With the one hundred sixteenth house of representatives. We now have the most diverse congress in this nation's history. And that includes the election of Ilhan, Omar and Rashida to leap, they're the nation's first two Muslim women to be sworn into the house of representatives and with this congress. Our government is just a little bit closer to reflecting what our country actually looks like. But where in how did America's Islam traditions where did it begin exactly once the history? And that's what my guests stays here to explain, Sylvia. Chan Malik professor and author of the book being Muslim cultural history of women of color in American islam-. She explores how you as Muslim women women of color during the early twentieth century were drawn towards Islam and in many circumstances. They rejoined to it as an active resistance as an act of protest and as a wage express. Their agency is Muslim feminists. It's beautiful and rich history of a small, but resilient group of American women one that I don't hear talked about very often. Honestly, here are Sylvia discussing how the typical discourse around Muslim identity, especially around Muslim women often just misses the Mark. I want to say that I thought that the book was beautifully written. And one of the first things that I noted when I started reading it was, you know, I realized that a lot of our focus on a lot of our dialogue around Muslim identity, especially. Around Muslim women. It's been done in contrast in contrast to something else in contrast to non Muslim identity in contrast to non Muslim women to Christianity to western feminism in white feminism. So the thing that I loved about the book is that you explored this through the lens and the agency of Muslim women. Do I have that? Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. Why did you decide to write it that way?.
"john taylor" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Sound? All right. Here. I'm gonna slate sedate with John Taylor gadoe role three. Start with Java. My handkerchief. We left off. We were talking about how the committees. We're investigating the foundations. So there was a Cox committee. There was a res committee that we're looking into the origins of the education system, and what you know, what is it really doing versus what do people need to survive and thrive in this world, and they discovered there was a more than a crevasse more than a Grand Canyon. There was a gap between what we need to survive and thrive and be successful. Entrepreneurs pursuing the American dream with a real hope of a tanning it versus being a servile class. And these committees kind of snapshot it and said that there's some foundations and there's some things in action, and they're trying to evoke real change. And they're going after our children they were puzzled because they detected in Genda, but they couldn't figure the Genda out and with the second commission there REEs. Firestorm. Broke lose in fact, where he's was never able to finish. Thanks. The chief counsel was that caused the chief counsel. Why another was a lawyer involved with the res committee, Catherine Casey who was the lawyer sent by Norman Dodd to go into the archives of the Carnegie Foundation and after after being brought up in a traditional status quo education. She went there and saw the actual minutes in the words of these men in these meetings, planning on how to take over this country and to take over the diplomacy and power of war was draw the chief counsel for res Don was the chief researcher, and he was out of J P Morgan earlier, and he had said you guys need to return to sound back banking and they said norm. We're going to let you go and then Carroll Reece had called him up and said norm. We want you to head up research because we think what they were describing his communist activity from my research in the comprehensive and see. That was the bet and all of the moment. And so that was the easiest way to organize, but it was something far far more profound than communism. Yes. Right. So that gets back into pass the lowly pestilence. Z lavender other people who are intellectual elites who joined clubs the variant illuminated was one such club. That has a lot of the intellectual elite of the area getting together in their drawing rooms, they're drawing out the plans for other people's lives. And they basically when you look at the origins of our education system in America. It goes directly back to Adam by Souths plans, which are planned on earlier plans, but still there is an organized effort to go after our education system. Well, there's one more recent than that it was the metaphysical club at Harvard right around the turn of the twentieth century and it contained such muscular figures as we in James. Who's the reason we have a course in colleges academic? Mik site called j that's James proced- brought that in and James was a kind of. He was a had a ligature to vaunt, although vaunting timid James. Because he wrote so much so copiously about everything, but in the metaphysical club besides William James was John Dewey all over Wendell Holmes and number of other the shapers twentieth century American institutions the most important figure though is not known to many people. He's perhaps the last major flaws ver- human history and has produced. Hey was it's pronounced peers. But it's spelled as if it were peers Charles as peers, a strange figure a part time like cheer at Harvard created the pragmatic philosophy that we in James. Tmz was proud of the chief distributor out. But you're came Maine's pairs because he's much less. How would I put it? He's much more direct than James James comes from a long intellectual tradition. Genteel tradition. And in a sense James, Joe straw to say, and every situation Pierce is very nakedly describing that pragmatism. He doesn't make this connection. But I have very similar to the old Norse religion that said praise ice when cross the woman on her deathbed in other words, no pre determinations until you see performance Pierce said the truth and Joe..
"john taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Taylor and Lee. That was the highlight of my day. I was very cool. Well, they give the year. Okay. Okay. Okay. That's it. I'll give you my two boys. My two takeaways from last week one. John Taylor is in his mid fifties. I believe fifty six years old can do a flip the attitude that you see the video the video. Yeah. So he, you know, we're in the museum we had two kids over for legacy on Saturday at the ninety four team. We all kind of introduced ourselves and talked about kind of what we were doing in JT. Just kind of stopped everyone from from talking and said, hey, I want to do something real quick. And we all know what that means either. He's gonna jump really high or do a backflip, and he did a backflip. And it's amazing. Have you ever tried to do a backflip Blair? I'd fall. There's no. Why wouldn't I wouldn't do a backflip and a pool? I wouldn't even notice start. I wouldn't he cleared it, you know, and it's wife is just cringing just because you know, he's got back from JJ back problems. You needed this Flint and his wife. He says like what are you doing? But that's a great athlete and always always kind of giving the show when he when he gets the opportunity, but it was pretty amazing. You know, it was so cool to was in a lot of people during the week. We're tweeting at me, and even people that came here we were walking in the halls was like John Taylor didn't talk when he played. And they'll sudden he to me, look, I I wasn't around that like you were so correct me. But he was like the most affable guy that I saw we can result of guys field. He was awesome. He hit a remembering the locker room. He just didn't talk to the media. But you know, we had Jerry Rice. I mean, you know, they want to talk to Jerry Rice, orchid JT. He was on the same level as I'll say this. My other take away from last week's game guys was just that Wade Phillips. I think was genius in that he played a lot of soft zone coverages and basically just said to Cal Shanahan. I don't believe that you guys can can drive the football without turning it over. And that's exactly what happened. Again. Rams go twenty four points off turnovers. They played a lot of zone coverages. And and it was you know, this this theme of the season, which we're all tired of talking about the audience is tired of hearing about cow Shanahan and John Lynch. You're tired of dealing with the turnovers was undeniably a theme. Yeah. And and you know, we've we've said it over and over and over again, if your mind is on a turnovers, you're gonna lose football games. You know, if you can get no turnovers. Advertising to get two picks. Maybe one for a pick six when you have those opportunities turnovers a huge flip into feel given the offense a short fill to work with. All right. We'll take a timeout. Wh come on out. They got they got to screen out today. Ones the red zone channel. They're going to have the Niners out here. The the fourth boar is really cool. It's supposed to be a really nice day. Again today, we got it all set up. It's going to be awesome. They do breakfast out here. These guys are awesome man, come out of the fourth born Arinda and hang out with us. It's cool, man. It is hard to be one game on one giant TV and then the red zone on the other channels the nest, and then you're sitting there, but on the big screen outside drinking beers from your list, great food twenty eight different beers. You can choose from. All right Niners looking for a win. They need to get one. This is a stretch we're gonna talk a little bit about the schedule ahead and also a little bit about the wide receiver core. Where are the wide receivers wears the wide receiver production? We'll get into that. As we get closer to kick off Niners and cardinals from the desert, and of course, Ted, Ted, rob. Johnson. And Tim Ryan will be on the call on these sports leader KNB are six eighty you know, what comes in handy knowing things ahead of time. For instance, if I knew ahead of time that this hot sauce was made with Trinidad scorpion peppers. I might have used a little less. Talk about an unwanted surprise like falling in love with the car before you know, if you could afford it. Well, the online finance application at carmax dot com helps you get some of that finance stuff out of the way ahead of time. So you can avoid feeling burned. Refill? Please.
Kevin Spacey will not be charged over 1992 sexual assault accusation by LA prosecutors
"LA county, prosecutors declined to file charges against three actors accused of sexual assaults. Prosecutors find allegations against Steven Seagal and Kevin Spacey from the nineteen ninety s fall outside the statute of limitations a second potential case against each of the actors remains under review, STAN Goldman, professor of criminal law and evidence at Loyola Law. School says prosecutors may still be able to use him formation from rejected cases, should they decide to file any charges in the future? One can make an argument that it potentially could in the long run the of some advantage. If it's never ever it's spinning the wheels and works for publicity purposes, but not much else. Meanwhile, more recent sexual assault allegation against Anthony Anderson prompted no criminal filing with prosecutors citing a lack of evidence a special task force formed last year to tackle sexual misconduct allegations in the entertainment industry has yet file any
"john taylor" Discussed on KOMO
"The editor's desk john taylor van cise among the stories we're following today after the indictment of russian political actors who hope to influence the presidential election republican senator james langford told nbc's meet the press that president trump needs to denounce the russians presence been very adamant to say didn't collude he's very frustrated people seem to accused the fact that going reason these president is because of some sort of russian collusion but i would tell you the clear message easier as russia didn't mean to interfere in our election and whatever way that that might be starting as far back as 2014 the president had previously said that any russian activities did not have an effect on the outcome of the election and dozens of teens held a diein laying down in for the white house today demanding presidential action on gun control after seventeen people were killed in that school shooting in florida last week the president not at the white house at the time of the protest he was in florida still at his moral lago gulf resort the family the took in nicholas cruise that a suspected shooter after his adopted mother died in november is now faced with the thought that and accused mass murderer was living under their roof abc's jim ryan with the latest from south florida james need new that his sons nineteen year old friend owned an ar fifteen rifle but before he moved in one of the simulation says he had he had a gun safe nicholas crews followed the house rules including that when the problem says james need i thought i had the only key to their deaths and crews apparently had one of his own retrieved the gun on wednesday had according to police used it to kill seventeen people at the high school he'd been expelled from kimberly snead is dumbfounded still can't processed what he's done because this was at the person that will new jim ryan abc news broward county florida the teenage survivors of the shooting are now demanding president trump take action and he's facing new fallout over comments he made disparaging.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And most analysts expect little change in the statement as the central bank tries to make as few waves in the markets as possible investors have priced in another move in december and so far too for two thousand eighteen no matter who chairs the fed michael mckay bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile president trump has stoke the fire of speculation about the next fed chair by tweeting a video saying his decision will come within days sources tell bloomberg the president's is leaning towards the fed governor jerome powell to succeed janet yellen although those stanford university's john taylor remains in the race the presidents had said he'll has said he'll make his preference known before he leaves for asia on friday yeah we did see a bit of a reaction in the treasury and dollar markets too this sort of speculation that jay powell was basically the front runner and a lot of commentary was saying this is less about jay powell and more about the markets pricing out john taylor so interesting to keep an eye on that big week for treasuries as i said also in the us the chargers have reportedly been filed now the first arrest could come as students today in a special council investigation into russian interference in last year's us presidential election bloomberg's nathan hager reports from washington dc new jersey governor chris christie a former federal prosecutor tells abc's this week special counsel robert muller probably isn't going after a small fish when you going after the small refers to get the bigger for fusion on charge them that's usually stuff is working behind the scenes because what you want to do is keep that smaller for shoving turn secret and to republicans who say muller should give up the probe gop house oversight chairman trade gouty tells fox news.
"john taylor" Discussed on KKAT
"The fed kind of been walking in johnny yawns footsteps for his whatever five years other names like john taylor appear to be i we don't know for sure i certainly agree but nonetheless at all the sources were saying pow yawns out john taylor's out kevin worship saar yes j pal i don't really know and accept a few is very very few public speeches i've read them any sounds pretty much like a phillips curve or growth caused inflation but maybe you have some insight though i honestly any of the others i'd be happy to strictly john taylor jumped tailor his taylor rule could probably heard of if it were people went public with it because it will imply a higher fed problems in the present time and we have uh but you know the the fair if it depends on who who the guy personnel at the boardman it's not just one person but if our monetary policy depends on one person were in real trouble at the you know that dangers of we do hooper with some kind of a predictability to uh what's been predictable but the fed is uh that when they see economic growth and they're usually flow for you uh they start putting the fed plumtree it up but it quarterpoint at a time when they keep putting it up until we go into recession and then about the middle of the recession they might or might not partner during it back down a little and then a couple years after the decision then they lower quite a bit and then that's probably a mistake and things get a little frothy a the putting the fed funds rate back up again it you know you don't need a computer genius hurt or a border twelve people to do that i just don't know why they keep doing it and yelling herself since it's interesting on this point ios herself has said that labour markets and unemployment rates and wage rates and so forth have not been linked to inflation she said for twenty years and yet my only disagreement there's probably forty years or more i mean the socalled phillips curve unemployment verses inflation alexander were fact as amazing they move together not obviously if they found that they found eight years or something.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The washington post is writing i think what many people who tend to agree with is probably going to to people this plant right netpower current that board governor or john taylor noted stanford university economist him in the taylor rule but another thing to note though is the as the chief economist global chief economist action actually for a ues their wealth management arm said there's a veneer of uncertainty over the bond market and you see it playing out i mean and in fact the ecb did exactly what they are expected to do so in fact era weaken a little bit bonds a little bit better the bottom line carol it's yousafzai groundhog stay all over again yes indeed yes indeed let spree in carl riccadonna our chief us economist bloomberg intelligence you want to add to the yellen discussion groundhog day discussion well it's very clear that the republicans in congress do not one day democrat deaths fed chair and so that's why there's so much push back against a chair yellen in so much support for someone who would do the job very much in the same fashion as she would in nj pow so they simply want someone who is has the right card in their wallet in the fed chair position in a landing stories to the press trying to make it a fait accompli by giving the story out there their own person rights that is all well steve mnuchin he's a trade eject right he likes powell all right in the story that randy quarrels really trying to deep six all right kevin more day the house republicans said they don't want you yellen wealth guess what they don't they don't get a say in the confirmation process we have seen the fed chairman before the appointed let's say by the republican president that carries over into a democratic presidency career absolutely so president paul volcker was working for jimmy carter right you know and he helped tank pa didn't meeting jimmy carter but you know raising the rate so much to fight inflation et cetera but wish a couple things we know for sure right carl seemed pretty clear gary khan's out of the race yes kevin war seems like a really he's he's too back of the pack back of the pack right.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"John taylor professor at stanford with a lot of government experience kevin wash it it's it's hard to estimate how somebody will be able to interact with others on the board or bring them on board or work with them how do you just begin to to figure out how somebody might do with that well some of these people john taylor of course who is under secretary the treasury so he has had considerable government experience when you go back through the history of the federal reserve cheers uh bill martin who was the first prominent kuonen in the postwar period begin nineteen a fifty one and served for the longest and 1968 he had been at the treasury he had been chairman of the new york stock exchange he had also been the head of the export import bank he had considerable background knowledge and took a lot of course on the other hand there thereafter you had also burns who was circuit who was the chairman of the but the economic advisers at one time was an expert on business michael's and so on and but nevertheless i'm recite all of these for you with the bank or an experienced a good many of them had a chequered experience as cheer we all that experience oldham knowledge in managing take didn't perform as well as they should i wanna talk one more question the fed than we got together two extremely important headlines for global wall street were honor to have you here uh dr to kauffman lemme redux the question from television earlier john taylor be dove earthy so rules bound that we're going to be hawk are little nobody jaylen to tailor you can only be a dove if it fits within his formula within this formula you don't think there's a fungibility in the formula or within his boston speech recently to calm those that worry about a restrictive john taylor the there is a certain amount that can give within his formula and as i said to you before here we are in two thousand seventeen the unemployment grade is four and a half to below four and a half percent and labour compensation hasn't gone up isn't that an extraordinary hint a over the nurse fake nine years what whatever things to talk about here the headlines in all of global wall street we say good morning to you in london i'm radio london of course in awakening east coast and and new york where truly.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Table had he answer that in general we're still pretty constructive on risky assets and that's because we forecast global industrial production momentum to continue rising through into the first quarter of next year and we find that industrial production momentum is one of the best variables out there to give you an indication of risk appetite risk appetite tends to correlate well with it so we expect risky assets to continue to grind stronger over the next several months there's some risks out there you know one of them might be that we face taylor tantrum if donald trump points john taylor is the fed chair but even with that given how much growth is continuing surprise to the upside are we tend to think system is more robust than it was and say two thousand and thirteen when we had the first taper tantrum yeah but devaluations makes sense here um i mean i don't wanna get too deep into equity valuations not really my area what i would say though is growth is good earnings revisions have generally been up especially in asia what we've had very strong earnings provisions so far this year continuing into october return on equity is rising and discount rates are still very low discount rates are going up but the pace at which the rise in is slow and right now it doesn't look like there's a reason from inflation almost anywhere to accelerate that beyond what markets a price so we don't really see monetary policy shock that would upset the system all right way stay right there that's ray farris of credit suisse sticking around france we're gonna get his thoughts are now be okay in china coming up raith thanks so much for that will talk to the coming up accelerating growth our interview with the sea of back pains as sovereign wealth funds about his investment strategy including his plans for this.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Stanford university john taylor are investors in the stock market worried that if one of those guys i was not i was really surprised i mean mr powell on powell former i met him bancaire he has a good idea of what's going on in the wall street so he is not supposed to be concerned about all see what he does have a good idea of how to not make the markets too concerned play iter there are a lot of people have been telling me that know taylor ruled that came of taylor role king is something that they now big fans often and not be exporters are fanning out they might not see he makes the best candidate certainly there is a big chance that no he might be appointed now well gary con men not sure about that but had a people i tell me that he has pretty high chances i want to ask you you did talk to a couple of different folks who watched the markets and what did they find your denney uh of your daddy research alcorn i've talked to him we just got about forty seconds what did he say about president trump his interest in what happens they equity markets and who might get to be the next staff at chief all right so basically the idea was that it's not it's not the biggest surprise already now it's something that will be my could breaking who will be the who will be the next fed chair but it's about the pace of the federal reserve for increased good to be rachel to not have any surprises that something that concerns human everyone else yeah he does say also right that according to story under actually chris rusk bradtke over m u s t you did banks has yelled in the best choice for stocks rallied yes yes that's true and it's interesting well we'll see we will know in about a week we can a half because they are expecting president trump to announce his choice for the fad before he heads out in early november on that trip to asia papina stature put apple were news interview of 1103 oh studio here in new york city coming up everybody on the other side of the break attack on your top business stories l look at today's trading stocks they have but we are off are those at the session this is bloomberg radio business finance and the latest news affecting world markets powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in over twenty countries bird radio.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Five six seven plugins to the taylor roll come on michael fro look like john taylor i would guess what kale i dunno with keller immersive neutral rate come on my back up and one percent want guys he'll get the razor razor blades wait for me michael barr whereas they wrote give me there i root out to a whole new round and to a whole number i pay around five percent and i think what thing evidence of that in the fact that way to guard modestly celebrating just so you know folks is with president trump does with the candidates in his office he gets out his bloomberg terminal a models of tailor rule i mean you got a conundrum their michael furuly of a fivepercent neighbor rule higher nibiru and yet all of a sharply lower neutral real rate is is that really can onyx ended up the conundrum i think you would think that the good real mutual rate would more correlate with trend growth rather than for neighbor on an is going to be a level that relate to structure of labor market and crime grow he can relate more lorde critical labor fourth and growth and credit kibiti got on guard until you now for intent to think about a quick like europe right you know they're the neighbor it might be closer to eight percent day and your curate that may be nuclear at a one percent as just put the government over to put on the terminal michael rowley of talking about new ruete percent a neutral rate of one percent michael furuly think is so much with jp morgan uh for being with us today facet eddie really addenda look there folks at some of the dynamics her a monetary policy in a course we're looking forward as i know you are to the announcement of a new chairman and vicechairmen this is bloomberg.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bottom his aides were even aware that he was he was going to do it so we're waiting for this this this word how do you begin to forecasts were plot out or play out at what it is going to mean if we have to have an abortion the the main see or or you john taylor any any number of these configurations going forward your approaches we looked at the various candidates and compared market moves boats and fed funds and also yield curve to changes in some of the online markets but we found is john taylor was a disruptive ga no question about it higher shortterm rates flatter give it this is so important john taylor be dove when necessary could john taylor be a double unnecessary jontay taylor is a model guy tom and if the model does does he mean stuff that's it so he'll stick to his model i think comparative is many plug in seven will you study this accord not lake senator whatever went down they're su chi yoga i'm sorry what do i know i don't know my finger lakes what is this quiz petty ways you study this it cornell withers too many plugins in the taylor rule he's a model guy i adore john but there's just too many variables isn't there of variables and you can tweak them to right there's no magic cruel saying these coefficients ought to be 05 all time that can change quite a bit but still to your point i think he could be dovish in a different scenarios he dovish today no z likely to be dovish the next two years i doubt it to me he's office kennedy today but there how much is this matter those who are running these the big banks i mean is it is it worth it has speculating what's going to happen who's going to be there were there is going to wait and see what the fallout from it may be light it certainly matters to the continuity of monetary policy i'm talking to to mike schumacher all the time on the equi sides in the fixed income side i'm like what does this mean and his wife i'm interpreting what you say my schumacher correctly that this should lead to more volatility but volatility around and a trend toward a volatility at sell that would be good scenario because then you have more market activity more market participants getting involved more market making and that could be for.
"john taylor" Discussed on WGTK
"You want to be the fed chair i want john taylor amen yeah yeah john taylor is my pick you know a lot of people they say and he you know we we know it's down to two jerome powell he's adds the fed currently and then uh john taylor um and people say well we ought to keep jerome powell because he's at the fed in its continuity and we don't want any big changes in scare the markets but but by paul volcker an alan greenspan they want continuity they were total shifts in fed thinking and that's what jontay taylor is we need we need a wool that the fed and it doesn't have to file i mean there's no way that john taylor can make the fed raise interest rate it's a committee he's gotta bring everybody along he's gotta convinced them and and but his wool is a good guide posed if we would have had his wall wool in the '70s we never would have had to stagflation other '70s and if we had his rule in the early 2000s we never would have had one percent interest rates which helped create the housing bubble so then then we will go with john taylor bryant was break thank you so much for being up early come back i know i've got you had a better labour we want to get these economists coming back i also need you to go back to relief fact that i come if it tried at once and you you just forgot to renew go back and renew at work for you before i i'm sure some of you are out there it said the idea that i got today's the day all right today that i go back to relief factor dot com get the starter pack again or call them they even have a phone number to make it easier for you now eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four the temporary support for.
"john taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The doddfrank act and so forth but i would think that the president would care a lot more about what she does that's what she does to interest rates on that score he hasn't had any complaints because interest rates remained extraordinarily low we should mention this is a big deal for every president even though every president i'm sure would denied that he considers it what is going to be the interest rate of the next two or three or four years would make a big difference to the president's reelection that's going to be true with this president as it is with any that's right and of course interest rate decisions are made by a committee not by the fed chair herself or himself but the fed is involved it's more democratic than it used to be alan greenspan and paul volcker ruled the roost like an autocrat ben bernanke in janet yellen have not so one consideration for the president is picking someone who can hold the committee together and not 'cause a lot of instability or divisiveness so if it's not yellen who else is there there are two candidates known as the disrupters who've been critical of the vranitzky alan fed kevin warsheh former fed governor popular with some republican sympathetic president trump's efforts to cut taxes to spur growth and john taylor the only phd economists beside janet yellen on the president's list he's at stanford he came up with a rule for setting interest rates unfortunately for him it would suggest an interestrate should be a lot higher than they are now and then there's that continuity alternative to janet yellen jay power all a republican member of the federal reserve board now who would probably follow her policy of gradual gentle interest rate increases but as a little bit more sympathetic to.
"john taylor" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Don't i don't want aggressiveness and i'm a little fearful of a worse being a little more grab the and janet yellen i think might be a great great is going to ask her what do you think well what would the market think of the island's reappointed either did they we think of it as a positive a you know it markets no like changed their head of the fed and you know even if it's a good changed it markets become a little concerned about the direction i think with yellen i don't think that would be concerned reuter you'll see the continuation i don't think you're going to give a negative response from that at all i actually want a reformer i want new blood um i think the world of john taylor uh i hear you but i don't think he's as this hail a rule is is an important strategy to have a rule but it doesn't necessarily mean you precisely can specify what that rules going to be it's a bit of a moving target houses they kevin war make terrific that he he's it outside he wasn't insider kevin war should i really like and i'm not sure the stock market understands as their nose of but wash worst basically wants the fed to throw out there model that says growth causes inflation or that labour market unemployment causes inflation it doesn't even yalon said that mal has worked for twenty years my only disagreement with her on that is it has worked for forty years if it ever worked at all so kevin worse wants to throw that ma loud pay closer attention to commodities in other markets signals that would lead inflation and interest rates and stop this fine tuning stop this fine tuning periodic datadriven stuff ryan dries worst crazy drives me crazy so k you know so consumer spending that this but but our jobs did that the next month's its total reversal on revision s no wait around a railroad now i mean i just i i know with knows i mean i've been involved in this process i've been asked to give some advice to my friends in the west wing take leave it but i i.
"john taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The priorities and the composition of the fed could range ally because we going to though isn't it could really got yes exactly in terms of who's going to become the next fed chair we we think that the president trump's decision will be based on a his preference full low interest rate policy and this is always some shouldn't that he's going to love janet yellen absolutely and that's why we think that she still has more than fifty percent chance of becoming the next fed chair and dad that immediately disqualifies several policy hawks such as john taylor for example so because on the he's rules interest rates would be much higher right now and that would actually be quite problematic for a three percent gdp growth that the new administration is pursuing so for the the marche on live from the oakland raiders of the that'd be bad torsten are not going to go their own way want someone is going to go the entire fed's way i think the philosophy of the current fed is very much not let in line but it would help the agenda of president trump interesting interesting hey just go back forty seconds left here we've got the jobs report on friday it's a big one is always the data can be skewed again absolute lutely all the data is going to be skewed including tomorrow cdp and payrolls data we expect sixty thousand on the payrolls number we are slightly below consensus we expect a bigger impact from the hurricanes wendy we get back to normal the jobs data i usually almost right away he probably even in the told blades it's fair spikes back so for example auto sales are going to bounce back in a september according to the latest numbers they failed considerably last month but their bouncing back already it happens quickly dave wilson i was just congratulating charlie powell on this one of my bird because i just hit twenty seven thank you very much why.