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"mister dudley" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"On October twenty sixth nineteen seventy-three fifty four year old Ruth Bates Harris strode purposefully down the long hauls of NASA headquarters in Washington DC in nineteen seventy one Harris had been hired as necessary director of equal opportunity but as quickly as she received her title. Aris was demoted. The position she'd been promised was given to someone else. Mister Dudley McConnell. In one blow he had both replaced her and become her boss. Gracefully Harris refused to let the insult. Get in the way of her career for the next two years. She continued working for NASA under her alter job description. Deputy Assistant Administrator for Equal Opportunity. And she was still. Nasa's highest ranking black female official on a typical day Harris would be headed to the office of Mr McConnell her direct superior but that full day Harris walked straight past. Mcconnell's office perhaps the last time she ever saw it she had been summoned to meet with someone much higher in the chain of command. Nasa's administrator James e Fletcher and she knew why during her two years at NASA Harris had witnessed firsthand how the agency failed to uphold. Its Equal Employment Initiative. She attempted to affect the much needed changes and to bring the problems to the attention of her superiors but they had foiled her at every turn. So for the past month she'd been taking charge in meetings and registering complaints against the agency as she took a seat in Fletcher's Office Harris held her Chin High. She knew it was only a matter of time before they squash this orderly revolt. But the news stung just the same. In so many words Fletcher delivered a final verdict. You're fired.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Right after dinner Henry will get a taxi and we'll go down to Saint to fifties sentiment is tonight of course dear the choir is rehearsing for the benefit there giving Henry you promised Mister Miller Julia I telephone Mrs Hamilton I apologize to her for some of the things I said I had to she said I may call on her tonight rehearsals just for a million dollars for Mrs Hamilton there is far more important but you were his bishop Henry and I just don't feel like going alone in my head in my evening seems I quite free right no definitely not it's just about to suggest that I see miss Hamilton and you take Julia to sing Timothy's you and Mrs Hamilton oh no just a suggestion deadly would you mind very much going with me Julia Henry yes I I think that might be very good solution thank you Dudley you're welcome Henry this is from I am delighted to see you Mister Miller this is Mister Dudley it's the bishops new assistant Mr double your pleasure thank you Mister Miller the ship will be here a little later on something important came up well he didn't want to delay your rehearsal yeah Mrs brown I am terribly embarrassed only two of the voice of calm it's just so difficult trying to compete with basketball and at Christmas I wouldn't worry Mr Miller they'll show up how your voice.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's a Bloomberg business flash thank you Charlie we are live from Bloomberg interactive brokers studio former New York fed president bill Dudley got a chance to set the record straight today on the Bloomberg opinion column he authored contending the fed shouldn't enable Donald Trump he said in that column that the central bank should refuse to play along with an economic disaster in the making Republicans said they were outraged definitely would suggest the fed should play politics today he spoke to our Tom Kean and Jonathan Ferrell on Bloomberg surveillance we do have to reflect on off at the road around about a month ago I don't think on the quote with you since clarified and I want you to clarify once again it was the conclusion of the original that I think a lot of people's backs up and it said the following if the goal of mine a few policies to achieve the best long term economic outcome than fed officials should consider how the decisions will affect the political outcome it's twenty twenty when I got published how much push back did you get your full McCauley look I think there was a misunderstanding about what I was really trying to say what were you trying to say well the basic that main point the piece was to try to point out the fact that the president trump was trying this or have it both ways on trade he's pursuing a trade policy with China that pose risks for the economy at the same time as saying if the economy performs badly it's it's. the fed slow and my view is that the fed needs to make it very clear that the major risk to the economy is trade policy because creating uncertainty about investment and trade and supply lines and things of that sort and the fed needs to make it clear that that much your policy can only do so much about that I think the fed has made it more clear over the last few weeks I think if you look at chairman Powell's press conference he talked about trade and certainly a lot he talked about how the trade in certain is not some of the fed can easily address and that's the kind of push back that I thought was desirable I think a lot of people would be sympathetic with that view and that was the part of the pet that I think a lot of people were sympathetic with what they want with the mention of twenty twenty what is twenty twelve like I was I was trying to be provocative and what do they what they said the person to be very precise about it one could make if you accept the notion that the feds lofty goals are temps of maxim sustainable price and price stability over long term and one also accept the premise that this trade war might not be good for the the economic outlook then logic would say there's a question about should the fed take this should the fed take this into consideration at the end of the day I made very clear in the second piece that I wrote I don't think the fed should actually take this into consideration in setting policy if the fed were to do that they would become politicized and people would basically react by reducing the independence taking away the independence of the fed so you think the fed's already become politicized well it has become politicized because of the presence of tax on the fence so there's an academic piece that was good came out of the last I don't know twenty four of seventy two hours I saw it I just this morning and and they basically did a study of the effect of the present the fact the fact of the president's treats tweets on on the federal funds market and what they found was that the tweets actually were causing people to reduce their expectations about the federal funds rate so the fence already politicized in the sense that people are not sure now yeah if the fed is easing because that's the appropriate policy path or because of pressure from the trip president but that politicization. it's not coming from the fed is coming from the president but that is a really important point but also not politicize ation that pace I came from you and anyone this conversation now she's talk about in your face we came to say a former New York fed president should not comment on the current New York fed president but by mentioning twenty twenty can you appreciate how you've compromised your former colleagues and the optics around the next decision like I think that I think they're gonna behave in a a political way is there to do what they think is appropriate for the county and if I were sitting in their shoes I would do the exactly the same thing former New York fed president bill Dudley speaking today to Bloomberg's Tom Kean and Jonathan Ferrell and joining us now is Bloomberg news federal reserve reporter Chris Khandan Chris you heard Mister Dudley's explanation has he effectively put this controversy to rest high above the well it may continue to fade a bit but I think we can fairly call that a very tortured said of explanations about what bill Dudley said in what he has since claimed that he said and wrote they don't quite really match up in I think in the end it's clear that he has not made life for his former colleagues including take Powell easier he's made it more difficult well this is this really a triggered of some tough questions not only from Republicans but from Democrats absolutely and across I must say across the financial markets a lot of economists who watch the fed closely many who who used to work at the fed were fairly aghast at the initial call on it it really just invited hammering of the fed from certain corners on on Capitol Hill some folks that are going to take advantage of that and hammer the fed it it it as Jonathan very rightly pointed out in that interview the bill's own words politicized or or. give the appearance that the fed might act in a political manner when making a monetary policy decisions in may be justified in that and that's that's really it a poisonous idea for policy makers in this new study that was just published on Monday by the national bureau of economic research shows that market participants believe that the fed is under political pressure and will succumb to political pressure by the president so they think it's there that that's a very interesting study and quite frankly that surprised me I'd like to I I need to read more deeply into that but it does they claim to show a combined ten basis points off the expected fed funds futures contracts that's really I'd like to know how persistent that effect may be and we are the on the N. economics and fifteenth we do our own surveys of for instance economists these are not that's not the same body of people that are studied in that paper so they're not market participants but they are economists PhD Scott that following the fed and we asked them in several of our recent surveys over past months whether they think trump's criticisms would have any effect on monetary policy decision making and overwhelming the.

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Bill Dudley: The Fed shouldn’t enable Donald Trump

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Bill Dudley: The Fed shouldn’t enable Donald Trump

"Former New York fed president bill Dudley got a chance to set the record straight today on the Bloomberg opinion column he authored contending the fed shouldn't enable Donald Trump he said in that column that the central bank should refuse to play along with an economic disaster in the making Republicans said they were outraged definitely would suggest the fed should play politics today he spoke to our Tom Kean and Jonathan Ferrell on Bloomberg surveillance we do have to reflect on off at the road around about a month ago I don't think on the quote with you since clarified and I want you to clarify once again it was the conclusion of the original that I think a lot of people's backs up and it said the following if the goal of mine a few policies to achieve the best long term economic outcome than fed officials should consider how the decisions will affect the political outcome it's twenty twenty when I got published how much push back did you get your full McCauley look I think there was a misunderstanding about what I was really trying to say what were you trying to say well the basic that main point the piece was to try to point out the fact that the president trump was trying this or have it both ways on trade he's pursuing a trade policy with China that pose risks for the economy at the same time as saying if the economy performs badly it's it's. the fed slow and my view is that the fed needs to make it very clear that the major risk to the economy is trade policy because creating uncertainty about investment and trade and supply lines and things of that sort and the fed needs to make it clear that that much your policy can only do so much about that I think the fed has made it more clear over the last few weeks I think if you look at chairman Powell's press conference he talked about trade and certainly a lot he talked about how the trade in certain is not some of the fed can easily address and that's the kind of push back that I thought was desirable I think a lot of people would be sympathetic with that view and that was the part of the pet that I think a lot of people were sympathetic with what they want with the mention of twenty twenty what is twenty twelve like I was I was trying to be provocative and what do they what they said the person to be very precise about it one could make if you accept the notion that the feds lofty goals are temps of maxim sustainable price and price stability over long term and one also accept the premise that this trade war might not be good for the the economic outlook then logic would say there's a question about should the fed take this should the fed take this into consideration at the end of the day I made very clear in the second piece that I wrote I don't think the fed should actually take this into consideration in setting policy if the fed were to do that they would become politicized and people would basically react by reducing the independence taking away the independence of the fed so you think the fed's already become politicized well it has become politicized because of the presence of tax on the fence so there's an academic piece that was good came out of the last I don't know twenty four of seventy two hours I saw it I just this morning and and they basically did a study of the effect of the present the fact the fact of the president's treats tweets on on the federal funds market and what they found was that the tweets actually were causing people to reduce their expectations about the federal funds rate so the fence already politicized in the sense that people are not sure now yeah if the fed is easing because that's the appropriate policy path or because of pressure from the trip president but that politicization. it's not coming from the fed is coming from the president but that is a really important point but also not politicize ation that pace I came from you and anyone this conversation now she's talk about in your face we came to say a former New York fed president should not comment on the current New York fed president but by mentioning twenty twenty can you appreciate how you've compromised your former colleagues and the optics around the next decision like I think that I think they're gonna behave in a a political way is there to do what they think is appropriate for the county and if I were sitting in their shoes I would do the exactly the same thing former New York fed president bill Dudley speaking today to Bloomberg's Tom Kean and Jonathan Ferrell and joining us now is Bloomberg news federal reserve reporter Chris Khandan Chris you heard Mister Dudley's explanation has he effectively put this controversy to rest high above the well it may continue to fade a bit but I think we can fairly call that a very tortured said of explanations about what bill Dudley said in what he has since claimed that he said and wrote they don't quite really match up in I think in the end it's clear that he has not made life for his former colleagues including take Powell easier he's made it more difficult well this is this really a triggered of some tough questions not only from Republicans but from Democrats absolutely and across I must say across the financial markets a lot of economists who watch the fed closely many who who used to work at the fed were fairly aghast at the initial call on it it really just invited hammering of the fed from certain corners on on Capitol Hill some folks that are going to take advantage of that and hammer the fed it it it as Jonathan very rightly pointed out in that interview the bill's own words politicized or or. give the appearance that the fed might act in a political manner when making a monetary policy decisions in may be justified in that and that's that's really it a poisonous idea for policy makers in this new study that was just published on Monday by the national bureau of economic research shows that market participants believe that the fed is under political pressure and will succumb to political pressure by the president so they think it's there that that's a very interesting study and quite frankly that surprised me I'd like to I I need to read more deeply into that but it does they claim to show a combined ten basis points off the expected fed funds futures contracts that's really I'd like to know how persistent that effect may be and we are the on the N. economics and fifteenth we do our own surveys of for instance economists these are not that's not the same body of people that are studied in that paper so they're not market participants but they are economists PhD Scott that following the fed and we asked them in several of our recent surveys over past months whether they think trump's criticisms would have any effect on monetary policy decision making and overwhelming the

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Two two eight eight to the email address L. Rushlow MP I'd be net dot US okay so what we have coming up today well that they have. discussion of my theory on homelessness today on fox the couple interesting sound bites on that the impeachment saga in my house this is this is your everything that I have thought about this and much of what I am told you about this coming true they don't they don't want any part of it hello she doesn't want to be part of it there are moderate quote on quote in the drive by media moderate Democrats. I'm not claiming that they are privately going at the from from from trunk district that they're going the ten am of please stop this don't do this this is not something everybody wants but Nadler is ignoring them even though he knows he should don't pay attention and and they're they're trying to they're trying to do it and not do it at the same time. and there's actually a trick one of the things Nablus trying to do with this impeachment hearing is actually find a judge they're looking for a judge anywhere. that will rule that trump has to turn over his tax returns and anything else that may have lowered his committee want solved we're gonna be tracking that down this is the story of. I was going to lead with this but then I decided to stick to the issues crowd would be upset so I'm going to move this to later in the program have you heard. apple announces a new iPhones on on Tuesday it might be you know what folks in in fact in fact you made an ounce with very is a marvelous lesson about capitalism in that apple announcement and in the new phones now I realize. that many of you think that I am an apple fan boy and so when I start talking about it I have a little bias which which kind of makes you mad because you make apple is a. very little left this. culturally leftist corporation and you think that. and over looking man because of my film boys status about their products sure you know that is not true. but they are cultural culturally left a lot of things but there they are one of the most your capitalist. companies going in many ways not at all but in many ways but this this new iPhone announcements on on Tuesday there is a golden teachable moment and it about how capitalism works. and about how people don't understand it even journalists assigned to cover apple don't understand it. and I'm I'm going to talk about how men and I'm gonna mention it is the program and falls but what I was going to say. the no fault. the top of the line new phones have three cameras you can see the three lenses on the back. there's a super wide brand new super super wide lands a telephoto lens in in the normal regular lens. guess what. here's a headline from The Washington Post I'm telling you there is an anti apple bias in the media that that kind of boggles my mind they are hated. they are hated by tech media and they are hated it apparently by drive by man here's The Washington Post does the new iPhone creep you out. what do you think. about the new iPhone is said to be creeping people out. you would never guess in a million years you would never guess this which is why I will rush wall will tell you. here's the rest of the headlines scientists note scientists scientists psychiatrists. grapple with white tiny holes scare people. the three camera lenses are causing people to have panic attacks when they simply see a photo of it. as apple D. bonded to get snow was phones on Tuesday of striking no future took center stage of three one seven up that puts a near professional camera hands anybody who can afford. thousand dollars or eleven hundred dollars to buy one. three lines is a lot better than Joe unless they send you in to fear and disgust. that is the unexpected reaction ready of thousands. thousands of apple fans on social media. sharing their fear is as the images Brad. one Twitter user wrote the new iPhone is creeping me out with those three little camera weather here we go Twitter. classic some anonymous golf ball on Twitter write something in the Washington post bases a story on it. it boggles my mind how Twitter has become the tool of lazy journalists as a stand in for mass public opinion one person writes that the three cameras freak her out. creep her out now we've got a whole story on a new phobia you know what this phobia is. trouble phobia. T. R. Y. A. P. O. P. H. O. V. I. A. H. fear of clusters of small holes have you ever heard of his pride have you ever heard a trip before you ever heard of a dog Mister Dudley have you ever heard of nobody's ever owned a triple bogey it may not even be a legitimate whatever this is syndrome. the backlash comes from people. who say they suffer from an obscure or M. perplexing condition called triple a phobia of the fear of clusters of small holes like those found in in shoe treads like those found in honey combs did you know that people are creeped out and scared by honey comb smokes I never heard of this but they are. even the lotus seed pods are said to make people frightened university of Essex. professor Jeff Cole. a self diagnose trip before and a researcher in Britain who studies the condition calls it the most common phobia you have never heard of it doesn't exist I think this is manufactured made up bought and paid for by one of apple's competitors. and you always eagerly unhappily by drive by media. for her and now it's extrapolate thousands of people. now. this will be a trip before is not recognized in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders did you know there was one of those. we'll get everything you'll learn as a regular listener here the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders what if I told you about us having to create our own phobias in order to think that we are facing stress. this is a classic example of it. wife is so easy in America today compared to times in the past but the stress that we manufacture is real it's still affected the same way so. what we're having to invent yeah people are having to invent these phobias and I guarantee you the kind of people doing this who are they. why Geren damn tia they're not. conservatives. this is not the conservative mind it doesn't work this way to see a picture of a new phone and not see the technological advance not see the technological Marvel but instead to get frightened and panicked. these are the kind of people that go to a socialist convention and worry about gender surnames in sensory overload. liberals. so this fall be it not recognizing the official manual of mental disorders with psychologists and psychiatrists used to diagnose patients. self described sufferers sufferers you look at my folder you suffer over god self described sufferers and some researchers claim the images can evoke a strong emotional response induced itching. goose bumps nausea and vomiting there's mass getting going on on Twitter over the pictures of the new iPhone. I guarantee you this is Martin paid more by some apple competitor. and if it isn't it if it's some legitimate liberal with the fear who knows they are so crack pot today it could well be a legitimate liberal mental disorder trip a phobia it was only named in two thousand five after the word began appearing on reddit. and other social media wellbeing gall there you go. once again the social media. makes itself known as an absolute cesspool. I'm one mental disorder to one another. there was a post via an Irish woman named Louise who belong to an online community of self described weirdos who have an irrational fear of holes that's how this all got started. these are not that small by the way they're pretty content other iPhones these camera cut outs are larger. then they have been before but this is just. are you know another thing this is the kind of thing twenty five years ago we hear about it we laugh about hidden nobody's fault for this and now look where people in general when legitimately think they have something called trip before and they're puking and getting nauseated over a photograph of three cameras on the back of an iPhone and not Washington post decides to do a story about. picture nobody's even seen the phone yet the phones have not been released no this is not the. marketing story or the capital is the example of the if not I'll save that for later. I don't want to go into apple overall button folks it's fascinating I guarantee you and if you're not all that interest me then you and all I have a way of magically making it interesting that you know that's one of the many highly skilled specialists template and in the end talents exhibited here but you're you're gonna wanna hear this it's a it's a fascinating I'll tell what it is in a in a in a nutshell it explains. well now you know what I don't want to use it yet it's a it's about high prices and how people is so. acting in an unfair and mad at high prices and who do they think they are an apple in this kind of stuff. I want to explain because it's quick it's classic it's capitalism one all one being executed flawlessly. and you can see it in the introduction of these three new iPhones what happened on Tuesday so I'm gonna take a break here were you come back and we got all kinds of great audio sound bites on Jerry Nadler in his impeachment dilemma. the Supreme Court I predicted to you. back in effect was flat ground only somebody number three November twentieth last year November twentieth two thousand eighteen in three two one now this is gonna be appealed to the ninth circuit which is also run by Obama judges. they will endorse what this judge's don and this will end up back at the Supreme Court where it will be tossed out for certain now with Cavanaugh on the court that's exactly what happened yesterday the Supreme Court held everything trump wants to do re writing in changing the asylum laws changing the low post we talked a little bit about it yesterday it's a bit more in the weeds today but the prediction came true trump has triumphed in the United States Supreme Court but now it's even better you know trump has proposed a number that's on the travel ban which was shortly after he assumed office. and remember how federal judge someone wise you can't do that then a federal judge in another travel ban state a wash you can't do that so now the argument is can a lonely district federal judge issue national injunctions that is up for debate now the left has overstepped are going to get this one shut down as well..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Los Angeles on is Wednesday today the twenty eighth of August is always to have you along everybody regular listeners of this program and devotees of business and financial news writ large I imagine we'll probably know that the federal reserve has two things it is required by law to do what's called the dual mandate stable prices that is inflation it's not too hot not too cold but drama just right and then a co equal part of the fed's job maximum employments you'll notice that nowhere in there does it say published an op ed in Bloomberg calling on the federal reserve to actively oppose the president's economic policies and while you're at it think long and hard while you're sitting or it's free policies about who you want to win the next presidential election but publish such an op ed William Dudley did yesterday Dudley is the former that's important is the former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York who's a civilian now you can say whatever you want but believe me when I tell you that some eyebrows were raised when that bit drop yesterday we didn't talk about it on the program yesterday because of who we got on the program today and we want to talk to him about it Robert Kaplan is the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Chaplin good see again Sir great to see you cry I I don't know if you happen here the program yesterday just catching I did not all right well you should because I give you heads up as to what the first question is you know obviously I can't have you in here the day after build suddenly drops that op ed and in which he says not only should the fed not an able Mr trump's a trade war but you ought to think about the twenty twenty campaign when you're thinking about your economic policy stance with the understanding you don't speak for the fed and and the fed has come out with a statement that says were only focused on two things to a mandate and a full employment what did you make of what Mister Dudley said the only comment I got a comment I would make is consistent with the statement that the that Michelle Smith put out on behalf of the fed up our work in our decisions are based on our analysis the economy and the best decision for the country without regard to political considerations are political influence a bit of the fed now close to four years that's been true every day that I've been here and I see no evidence of any behavior to the contrary so I want to comment on any particular piece from some from someone now on the outside but I am quite confident that we will behave in a way that meets our dual mandate objectives without regard to any political considerations are political life influence at all fair enough and I expected as much but the following goes like this yeah are you you've been there for years you've seen a lot are we through the Looking Glass now with with the president being up on the fed and build a leasing what he said and you all hunkering down and saying you know what we got two jobs and we're doing a buy got listen I think we've got a very high quality group of people around the table most of us have been around for a long time we're we're somewhat of a quote unquote older group thick skin I think that's part of the job criticism is part of this job people outside the fed are free to say whatever they believe we're we're going to be criticized we want to act independently but we have to earn that independence and I think that's the that's the challenge and it's never been truer than today I'm quite confident will fulfill that challenge speaking of challenges you've got one in the global economy and what it's doing here give me the with the caveat that you're not an economist give me your analysis of where things sit so here's where I see the economy on on the bright side the consumer strong yep and the consumers approximately seventy percent of the economy and the consumers stay strong and if I knew that was going to be the case give me a lot of confidence economy is going to be solid however come the issue is manufacturing's week by week that's been in ten years and global growth is decelerating and the trade tensions in trade uncertainties are part of the weakness in both and what I'm concerned about is does that weakness intensify and what will happen is the consumer is a is a lagging indicator me it'll be the last to go maybe ex number months from now you'll see a weak jobs report or one or two and all the sudden consumer will weaken in my view if we wait for that to happen we've waited too long so I'm on on heightened alert to see whether this weakness continues intensifies that's where we are right now let me read between the lines on that whole waiting too long thing the fed meets next month obviously the FOMC does talk about interest rates do I hear you saying you'd support another interest rate cut off I've said all said and I've said publicly on I will make a decision until I get to the meat in a but I'm very constructive on the thought that we may need to make an adjustment and be open to make an adjustment on our policy rate our job is to look forward instead Rhys manage and one of the reality checks for me on that risk management there's been a lot of talk about the yield curve yeah yeah and the shape of that for me the bigger message from the yield curve is it's come down the whole curve is move right down dramatically every citizen Alexx months to thirty years you battled cheaper to the point where now the fed funds rate the rate we set that is even above the thirty year rate that's a reality check that's a really that's and part of it is expectations of future growth have gotten a lot more pessimistic and for me that's a reality check that that I ought to be open minded and constructive about needing to adjust the policy rate last thing I'll let you go and and and and I I guess Prof preface this by saying I I don't know you from Adam other than these two interviews and the reading of that about you you strike me as a generally positive upbeat yeah we can do this kind of guy fair yes okay that's why I'm doing this job well well that kind of goes to it so and let me circle back to where we started without getting into the politics and and the president and and bill Dudley and all of that do you believe you what the fed are equipped to deal with what pretty much everybody believes is coming yeah and so I've been as you were I think you know been pretty vocal about this now for a few years monetary policy has a key role to play right but we've got a little bit used to in this country thinking that the bulk of our economic policy is monetary policy and part of my job is to fly for people well no it's not supposed to be that way we need to improve education skill training we need infrastructure spending in the United States and all those things were away from the ring that of the vet fed is gonna have a critical role to play but part of my job I believe strongly is to call out our analysis broadly the county share it with elected and appointed officials because we're in the broader economic policy than just monetary policy if we're gonna reach our growth potential Robert Kaplan is the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Texas this government instruments are preferred to seek out we call bill Dudley by the way to see if you would care to expand on his op ed he said he would just as soon let it speak for itself on Wall Street today look here's the deal traders and the algorithms they love know that they're going to get a rate cut when the fed meets next month so you can take a trade war and breaks it may be a recession at some point and just stick your fingers in your ears and say hello here you will have the details when we do the numbers.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Zhigo. I'm here with today. <hes> a buyer lonesome kim strassel. Hello kim hello paul. Let's start with the fed <hes> and <hes> this was a rather remarkable turn of events william dudley the former head for nine years of the <hes> new york the president of the new york federal reserve and that makes him vice chairman of the federal open market committee which determines monetary policy a very significant can player in fed councils for nearly a decade and over the entire obama administration he left <hes> that office in <hes> twenty eighteen but obviously still retains a lot of connections to the fed and he wrote in bloomberg <hes> a remarkable piece basically saying that the federal reserve should not attempt to accommodate <hes> trump's trade policy in any way or the harm from trump's trade policy in any way and let trump suffer the consequences. Let me let me read it. <hes> from the op-ed officials could state state explicitly that the central bank won't bail out it administration that keeps making bad choices on trade policy making it abundantly clear that trump will own the consequences. It's a quences of his actions unquote and then he goes on further. There's even an argument that the election itself falls within the feds purview saying that after all trump's reelection arguably presents a threat to the u._s. and global economy to the fed's independence and its ability to achieve its goals on employment and the inflation if the goal of monetary policy to achieve the best long-term economic outcome then fed officials should consider how their decisions will affect the political <unk> outcome in twenty twenty and quote <hes> kim. I've never seen anything like anything like it either. We've had we had <hes> we ran on our pages about two weeks ago. Op ed by four formal former federal reserve chairman <hes> all making the case that the fed should be independent of politics above above partisan politics and of course that was aimed at donald trump's attacks on the fed which we have criticized as as going beyond what the pale oh. That's rhetoric had done anything other than just parade it. The fed on twitter dudley's basically saying <hes> we should become become an active arm of whoever the democratic party nominates distortionary yeah and he's essentially advocating two things both of which are extort it one. He's suggesting officials should when he says they should state explicitly that the central bank won't bail out an administration that keeps making making bad choices on trade policy. What he's essentially saying is that the fed should be dictating policy choices. I mean essentially he's saying that the fed should be saying. We're you're gonna let the economy tank unless you do the things that we think you should do now. Look we hit that. To'real page also have not been fans <music> of a lot of trump's trade rhetoric and trade policy actions. We think the fed should be making decisions based on prices not on on trade but the the idea that they would come out and explicitly say what policy should be in essence is is the first extraordinary thing and the second thing is suggesting that they should interfere in an election basically and <hes> and and take actions that could potentially harm the economy solely for the purpose of helping to ensure sure that donald trump is not reelected if the goal is indeed a stable and healthy long-term economic system. This is exactly opposite that of what the fed should be doing well to extend that if let's assume that <hes> <hes> the trade policy does do some harm arm to the economy which i think it has done by the way i think it's knocked off about a percentage point of g._d._p. <hes> so far this year some other sales and a half a percent of g._d._p. But it john some harm but let's say that it has a even greater damaging effect and you end up with a fee where the economy going to recession. Is he really saying dudley. They really saying oh well. Let it burn <hes> with all of the damage harm that would do the the the two businesses to average americans arkansas and contrast that with how the fed responded during the obama years <hes> you could argue we did that. Their tax increase was bad policy. You could argue that a lot of their economic regulatory policies were bad policies that hurt the economy but the fed in in that era accommodated those and when the economy needed the stimulus in their view it provided it <hes> now there were some people who wondered if that some of that wasn't political but there was never any overt assertion that was acting politically as there should not been well. It's the over part that it matters right. We've written before in fact about mister dudley and fed and whether or not it was making things happen in in a certain way simply to help the barack obama administration <hes> to you know bond buying to finance its deficit spending <hes> a deadly urged the fed to intervene in markets to boost housing there were things they did but but these actions were taken all along along with the fed maintaining the outward appearance that it was doing this in order to help the economy not in order to help barack obama <hes> and and it's the overt here of saying donald trump is an essence amenaces to the country and the fed should therefore openly join the resistance since <hes> and this this puts fed in very dangerous territory it also puts the fed chair jerome powell in very tricky position because you you know i mean deadly at least he's in private life now but you know jerome powell has to get up every day and there's all this pressure from the president to act in a certain way and when you have former fed officials coming out and saying these things so nakedly it heightens the politicization of the fed and it puts even more microscopic focus on powell and beans whatever action he takes is going to be suggest it was done in order to either help or hurt donald trump one one of we should add that the fed came out with a statement in the wake of dudley's a essay saying that <hes> they rejected the idea <hes> that that it should act in in such a fashion and i think the it was a rather extraordinary response to to an an op ed piece i think it was because of dudley's <hes> recent recent <hes> high stature at the at the at the bank <hes> it re- i agree with you kim a really does complicate things for for palate it it it probably ably we haven't seen a tweet yet from donald trump and i i would be surprised if we don't doubt attacking attacking the fat again and using and using <hes> dudley's speech as a weapon. It's a it's a it's befuddling me. If you spend that much time in the inner sanctum of the fed you become an 'institutionalised unusually. You want to defend the institution so <hes> you're gonna take the positions that are agree with what the fed says publicly i yeah. I don't quite understand dudley's motivation here unless it's <hes> maybe he wants to to <hes> to make himself look good <hes> to the next democratic president who <hes> <hes> could <hes> would have a chance to replace a jerome powell <hes> relatively early and the in his or her term but at this stage i would say that this kind of a bit hurt his chances. Oh yeah it ought to be disqualifying. <hes> <hes> because to know that you were putting in place a person who so openly advocated that politics be a safe function of or a factor in the feds decisions. I mean i don't see how that ever passes scrutiny and how i think could he's done an enormous damage to himself but look i would wager though that what is really as possible think about the extraordinary behavior we have seen on all sides since donald donald trump was elected and donald trump just has that ability he drives people slightly loopy and tribes them to do things that do just break boundaries and often the break boundaries far in excess of anything. They accuse him of doing well. That's an excellent point. This the institute institutions of the united states whether they'd be the press the judiciary the democratic institutions on capitol hill the bureaucracy and so on <hes> the the trump presidency has put all of that under strain <hes> the hyper partisanship of current american politics has put all those under strain and i think the obligation nation of institutions is in this kind of environment is to hold up your principles. It's to stick to your values to stick to the law in in the case of the judiciary not to par some politics on the press. It's to cover an administration fairly not joined the resistance and unfortunately i think a lot of institutions have lost their bearings under trump and i think that's been that's been very destructive and i think dudley's <hes> actions his words here are a a- another illustration of that yeah and you can carry it out. You mentioned the press. Obviously they've very much lost their bearings. <hes> we now oh have daily <hes> people that call themselves regular news people out there opining an opinion and attacking the president and they view it as their duty. You know you look at the judges you mentioned the judiciary all of these nationwide injunctions and departure from you know basic court procedure in order to stop a trump administration action <hes> that their decision to just abandon what is typically deference to the executive branch when they go through rulemaking for instance look at look at the house of representatives <hes> and impeachment talk and the circus has been the muller hearing and and it's just the president is you said engages in a lot of extreme rhetoric at times <hes> but it but it's hard often defying vying kind of institutional actions he takes that rise to the same level as some of the reactions to him. We're talking about the federal reserve. Donald trump and we're going to talk about the opioid settlement a ruling on..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"I really remember is in children of men, and there's an extended sequence in that movie where it's superintendents. I mean, the cameras being shot at really the characters that are following the camera are being shot at and when alternately it cuts away. I mean, I think the first time I watched it. I I like gasped like tears down because it was you're used to those moments. Like, you're used to the emotion being taken out by these cuts cut away cut away cut away. And so you don't have the Bill that forms when you don't cut away. I think that when you're talking about these extended takes building that like the extended take the monologue that we've talked about a lot from mister Dudley. There are edits at the beginning of that back and forth to Henry Thomas just standing there. And then eventually it is one longer take. And I I think there's a lot to be said for building emotion through these longer takes and not letting the audience have the relief of moving around with. In the scene and cutting away that your character in this. And you're watching this all play out to camera as an observer. And you're not like shifting around. You're taking it all in some of that. I think the first seventeen minutes, or whatever I think that's what works best when you're talking about going down into the basement and stuff like that that doesn't work as well. For me. In this episode for shores, I think the first seventeen minutes when characters are arriving, and when they're they're all dealing with everything differently. That's when this episode work best for me. But I still think maybe episode five is is the best episode totally especially with the reveal at the end of the Ben MC lady, it's just it's just so horrible. Because you at this point the premise of the show. I mean at the end of the first episode is that Nell is dead. And Stephen who's never seen a goes to before finally sees a ghost in the form of his dead sister. So that's like a real a real bang type of moment. But you you come to you come to really appreciate Nell as a character and not just as a plot device in the episodes building up to that. But a sp-. Especially in the bent neck laity in that whole episode. It's just such a good showcase for the character. It's such a good showcase for Victoria address as an actress. And you know, that it is it is going to have this very sad ending even in the moments where she's like dancing with the ghost of Arthur like dancing with the ghost of her husband. You're now re contextualising those scenes from the first episode of her just like kind of drapes it traipsing around through the house by herself in that dress. You know, this is going to end poorly. You don't know that she's going to end with her as the bent neck, lady, right? Just the journey of that. I think is the journey of hill house consolidated, I think that the entire arc of the whole season of the whole series. Hopefully. Of being put through your paces and being put through traumatic horror at almost every turn and coming to to this place of like a motion relief, followed by more despair. I think so much of that that's on display throughout the whole show with the exception of those final moments of relief as Mike Flanagan explains. It the final scene of the whole show to Mike bloom. I feel like all of that is really on display in this one episode that it is just it is to showcase for the haunting Phil house and by far and away the slam dunk episode of the series from. Yeah. Yeah. And it's great. I think that this show is able to do that in the fifth episode because it really as you pointing out like, you know, things are going to go bad for now. You know, they did go bad for now. You don't necessarily know how or why? And what you find out through those first four episodes is is maybe what was going on with these other characters while all that was happening. And you're also learning a lot about what? To them when they were kids. So that when you get to the fifth episode you've seen and heard about the neck lady a ton. She's one of the first ghost that's mentioned in the show the pilot episode. So this is something that's been present..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"And it's crazy that is a really rough and great episode for sure Angie was she she was the Ben neck lady. She was the Ben Mechlin is always urge disease. It is. I don't understand the time. Loops another lost connection, preconceived ING her own demise. And and maybe you could argue faded for her own demise. Like, she just the fear of it is ultimately when led to it. This is a theme that is a very prevalent throughout the novel where we have the character of Eleanor or Nel who is somebody who has had a rough go of it in her life, and who goes to hill house, maybe wanting to find herself and becomes ultimately the victim of hill house, and she is the one that house is reaching out to she is the one they're writing on the wall, come home Nell, just like in this TV show. And she is ultimately the one who the house claims in a way that it only the house can. And so the story of Eleanor in the TV show is very much like the story of Eleanor in the novel, and this thematically idea that maybe whatever your problems are he'll house exacerbates them. And will put you in a position where they become who you are. Define who you are. We saw that happen in the TV show with the mother with ultimately what happens with Livia crane? We see that we see that play out with her where she has some underlying issue, and she goes to hill house, and it's incredibly exacerbated. There's that fantastic monologue in episode seven that mister Dudley. The caretaker gives where he's like basically saying like, you your wife, maybe needs to take a little bit of a break from this house. And he tells a story about what's happened with other women at this house or with other info at this house, including why his own family doesn't spend time at this house at night. And it's because there are things in the house which play into whatever your inner, psychological torment are it's fascinating because the house rewards as well there is the red room, Josh, which is the room of requirement that just gives you kind of. Every. There's all but it also takes away. It also exacerbates whatever darkness is within you. It's a fascinating house for sure it really is. And there's there's just there's you mentioned the Dudley monologue and without getting like into into a specific one. I do think that that ended up being one of the unexpected two lights of this show where there's just a lot of moments like that there's a lot of moments where the actors are just being allowed to really just show off that monologue. In specific is the one that stands out to me the most when Horace is talking about all the atrocities that occurred here in the cameras just never once breaking away from the actor Robert long street. It's just it's such an unflinching juicy moment for an actor. I got to imagine that that is a career highlight for that guy. So it's just it's it's such a great scene or even like a lot of like the moments with Nell specifically that final monologue that she gets to deliver towards the end of the series when she's finally able to have this moment alone with her siblings who can now see her in this state sort of a blade runner. Ask it felt like to me like the whole like tears like, yeah. Exactly. I've seen things. Yeah. There's just a lot of great character moments in here that I kind of didn't expect one of the things that I've been hearing about hill house before I hopped into it was a lot of the reactions are like I really hate these characters like a lot of people who I who I trust who had watched the show or we're starting to watch the show is like is this going to get any better..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"FM. But don't you know, any more stories mister Dudley? No, hundreds of stories, Debbie, for instance. And let me see story about the shepherd boy named David who lived in a town called Bethlehem where the star has. That's right. David lived long before the star. See what David was killed, tending sheep. When an angel came down to speak to him, and how did David no he wasn't angel. He didn't know wait always is angels, come down ideas in people's heads. And then people feel very proud of themselves because they think it was their own idea. G anyway is angel spoke to David and told him what is lambs it straight? Henry I think you can do about a job telling the story to some other time good night. Daddy. Goodnight, debbie. Well, if you're ready this dinner. Thank you Henry. Thank you. Right after dinner Henry, we'll get a taxi, and we'll go down to Saint Saint Timothy's tonight. Of course, dear the choirs rehearsing for the benefit. They're giving. Henry you promised Mr Miller. Julia. I telephone MRs Hamilton, I apologize to her for some of the things I said, I had to she said, I may call on her tonight the rehearsals, just for you. Dear a million dollars for MRs Hamilton, dear is far more important, but your his Bishop Henry, and I just don't feel like going alone. My my evening seems quite free. No, definitely not just about to suggested, I see miss Hamilton. And you'd take Julia distinct Timothy's you MRs Hamilton, no Justice suggestion. Dudley. Would you mind very much going with me? Julia. Henry gas. I I think that might be very good solution. Thank you. You're welcome Henry, this is I am delighted to see you. Oh, Mr Miller, this is mister deadly. It's the bishops new assistant. Mr. w pleasure. Thank Mr Miller Bishop will be here later on something important came up. Well, he didn't want to delay your rehearsal. Mrs Brown, I'm terribly embarrassed. Only two of the boys have come just so difficult trying to compete with basketball in Christmas. I wouldn't worry Mr Miller they'll show up. How are you boys? Yes. Any good? I doubt.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I mean, the ending is kind of a tragedy. Oh, we gotta talk about how mazing that montage was of the of the prison breaks. Oh, Oh, yeah. yeah. Us like old old Redford footage to like. I was just like, wow. That is impressive film. Like, he's telling the whole story a whole like films worth a story in one shot. And he does it like eight times in a row or however many shots there are I thought that was just incredible filmmaking right there. And it does feel like, oh, that's the much more interesting movie. Movies, right? There seem pretty interesting. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. My favorite scene in the whole movie is the scene in the store where he tries to get her to steal the bracelet with him. Yeah. Those and shit. She's like, oh, this is fun and silly. And then and then realizes, oh, no, he's seriously gonna steal this and says, no, I just thought that was so so lovely the way that will play out, and there's no dialogue. It just all is them interacting with their chemistry is exquisite too. I mean, the scene just at the diner where they I are talking, and he's tells her the truth, and she doesn't believe it just all of the interplay between them is. So you just watch great actors act forever. It's amazing. I love the scene the confrontation between Casey Affleck, and and Robert Redford in the in the bathroom hallway. Can't believe it's happening. First of all like, dude, you you have taken your boldness too far. Now for us, you know. And then of course, it proves to be true. I mean him getting caught was not directly connected with it. I'm curious like why did Casey Affleck just like eh prohibit him and like cuff them right there. That was weird. But anyway, he ended up getting caught anyway. But it just was a great moment. I guess PT. When Casey Affleck was like, I think I know what I'm doing for us. You know, like he knows he is. And it just like that is a pretty bad ass moment. I mean nothing against Casey Affleck. But it's literally the only scene in the movie where he feels alive. Character feels live you're saying. Yeah. After this forty something guy who he feels I guess a little debt inside. And meanwhile, somebody twice his age is just like loving life. And that was very dichotomy is there on purpose. I don't know if we really understood why that was happening for him other than he was turning forty. I I mean, clearly it's intentional and could. But I I don't know I was struck and this movie like. There's something I don't think about enough, and that is how small day player actors can have a huge impact on a movie, and this was one of those movies where that occurred to me, I watch watching Casey Affleck sort of mope his way through this part. And I get it. He's doing something specific got on him. He's fine. But there's a scene with this actor named Robert long street who plays the the lawyer that that redbird for his lawyer in the in the movie, and he has he probably worked a day, maybe two tops on this entire movie, and he has one seen any just it. He delivers this, you know, he reveals to Casey athletes character all the information about who this guy was and what he's done and how he's broken out fourteen times. And how you know if I ever met him. I tell my kids about it. I thought I'd maybe write a book about it like. There's a there's a magic to him retelling this. And this is a dude it probably walked in to a set. Maybe had a couple of days and was done, and he just really added so much texture and delivered. What is basically exposition? But did it it felt alive? It felt real it felt great. And I don't I don't take enough time on the show to sort of highlight people that do that. And I thought it was a great Jax position between him and an Affleck was like, it's fine. What he's doing? But it just nothing special. And here's a guy with very little work with who. Did I think something special? I agree with you. Totally nailed it. He also plays mister Dudley in the hunting affil- house TV series. I I don't know that character is, but he seems to have been in many episodes. And yeah, I agree with you..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're listening to Russia's week in review here the New York Times. Headline Cavanaugh questioned by police after bar fight in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. This is about the ice throwing incident. Cavanaugh was accused of throwing ice on some one for some unknown reason thirty three years ago. This news was referred to the New York Times and FBI by this professor at North Carolina, something or other university named Chad leading to a wine and cheese. Professor, I guess. Mr. leading tons account does not match the police report on this incident. By the way. As an undergrad at Yale. Brent Cavanaugh was involved in an altercation in a local bar during which he accused was accused of throwing ice on another patron. According to the police report the incident which occurred in September nineteen eighty-five during Cabanillas junior year resulted in cavenaugh and four other men being questioned by the New Haven cops cavenaugh, not arrested. The police report stated that a twenty one year old man and accused cavenaugh throwing ice on it for some unknown reason. Again, I remind you about ice bear in mind. Even though the New York Times had the story of Clinton allegedly raping Juanita broaddrick nineteen Ninety-two telling her put some ice on her busted lip. The New York Times refused to run it. They claimed it was the typical kind of garbage at comes up close to an election. Broddrick saying Clinton put some ice on at bay after allegedly raped bigger. Not big enough news for the New York Times. Brad Kavanagh throwing ice allegedly on somebody at a bar. That's stopped the presses news a witness to the fight the wine and cheese, professor from North Carolina. Something rubber university Chad leading ten. Said that Chris Dudley. A Yale basketball player who was friends with Kavanagh then through a glass that hit the twenty one year old man in the ear. According to the police report, which was obtained by the New York Times ever intrepid tracking down every detail. Reports said the victim Dom Kozel. Lena was bleeding for the right ear was treated in a hospital. A detective is notified of the incident. One twenty in the morning. Mister Dudley denied it. According to the report for his part, speaking to the officers cavenaugh didn't wanna say if you is or not police report said. Hope the FBI gets the bottom of this. Don't you? I'm on pins and needles here did or cap Diddy or did he not throw ISIS? And if so is that what we want us to court Justice through ice on somebody back in nineteen eighty five. Yeah. That's right next door ice on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, he disagrees with her. In Justice sessions deciding cases is that what we can expect and will Ginsburg even be awake. You know, she fell asleep during a state of the union address one time is she had too much wine before the, but that's of course, unmentionable. The outlines of the ice controversy, I referred to in a statement on Sunday by the wine and cheese. Professor North Carolina, whatever Chad loving won a cabinets college classmates, a member of the basketball team. Anyway, that's that's how absurd this is other news in New York Times reporter is a Yale lawyer who denounced cavenaugh before reporting on him. The New York Times latest attack piece on cabinet authored by a Yale Law lecturer who previously denounced Cavanaugh on Twitter. The New York Times reported on Monday evening, but cavenaugh wants through ice on a guy at a bar prompting a bar fight between the man and wanna Cabanillas buddies. That's that's a terrible description of what happened even the New York Times says the other guy started it by cursing cavenaugh and his friend for looking at him. Cavanaugh delight denied the cops with ruining ice. Anyway, the piece was co authored by Emily basil on and Ben protests. But it does not mention the least one of the authors had already decided in July that Cavanaugh was not fit for the. There's no surprise here. New York Times have a biased reporter on the case. Somebody knew Kavanagh at Yale hated him. Then hates him. Now. Good will assign that guy. To the capital case drive-bys caught up with Dianne Feinstein who made it easy three caught up when she wanted to be caught with the media. And this was a question about the floor vote on Friday, the turtle. We have a sound bites. The turtle the turtle for for the turtle. He was on fire moments ago last night and just now McConnell. And what in fact, let's do those I grab audio sound bite. Well, let's play number three. Let's let's let's set this up. This was yesterday me on my own show. This has got to be stopped because it's not real the Democrats are allowed to make it up as they go semitic names. They want the FBI to talk to investigations don't work that way. FBI follows evidence leads at when they don't find anything unlike Bob Muller, they stop. Muller's been looking for collusion with Trump and Russia for two years and hasn't found anybody still going, and that's exactly what this is going to be. If somebody doesn't stand up and stop this somebody on the Senate Judiciary committee needs to stand up or Mitch McConnell needs to stand up a start vouching for the investigation, that's taken place. There are six separate FBI background checks Abrek capital. Somebody needs to speak up for them. Somebody needs to batch forum. Somebody needs to stand up and say they have been thorough, and they haven't found anything or you wouldn't be where he is now sitting on the DC circuit court of appeals. But that's not happening. Well, but it is now late yesterday afternoon. Senate floor here is the turtle on top obits six prior investigations of judge Cavanaugh Democrats demanded a supplemental investigation. If you listen carefully, Mr President, you can practically hear the sounds of the Democrats moving the goalposts but their goal hadn't moved an inch. The gold run the sign all the time for analyst, Elaine obstruction. Come to a close judge cavenaugh nominations audit committee. We're considering it here on the floor and Mr President. We'll be voting this way late yesterday afternoon. Mitch McConnell on the Florida Senate, and he got so much support for what he did yesterday. Amazing. How that happens isn't he heard from so many people what a great thing they went out, and he did it again, he went out there again and recycled the old Bill Clinton line to boot here's McConnell from just or a couple of hours ago when George Cavanagh demonstrated has widely acknowledged brilliant open-mindedness and collegiality confirmation hearings som- shows a darker road. The politics of personal destruction were willfully unleashed. After the FBI shares. What they've found senators will have the opportunity to vote we'll have the opportunity to vote no on the politics of personal destruction. We'll have the opportunity to vote. Yes. On this fine. Nominate that doesn't even touch what he did. He went out there. And he he didn't call these guys up by name. But he quoted some of the most outrageous lies Democrats have been telling including members of the judiciary committee. He pointed out their hypocrisy. He pointed out there prevarications he pointed out there straight up and up lies. It was so good that it forced Chuck Schumer to go to the Florida rebutted. Chuck you went out there and tried to make chicken salad out of what it was. It was. It was incredible listening to Chuck you. I believe Christine, she was Emily credible. Judge Cavanaugh is not. It's the other way around. We have a lifetime of investigation of bread Cavanaugh. Folks. There have been six now seven FBI investigations background checks. We have had more people looking into every nook and cranny of Brit, Kavanagh's wife, and we haven't even begun to look at hers. We're just assuming she's credible because that's the Democrats position on this. Now, they can go back, and they can look at the anything Kavanagh's done. But she is off limits for some. We can't go and find out what she did it all no beach parties, we can't go out and find out what she did when she was out there skiing and surfing and flying around and do it. We none of that's been done. And yet she is credible. And he isn't. And now defy the drive bys ran into die fi. She was going someplace up on Capitol Hill. A reporter said. Senator Feinstein would a floor vote Friday on cabinet will be too soon. I believe it is I believe it's Tuesday. It's what everybody agreed to. Oh, by the way, you know, what flake Assam not saying this guy flake? There's a part of me thinks that he was in on this from the get go. I there's a part of me that thinks that he was not scared to death when he got harassed and protested and the elevator. There's part of me thinks he's because he hates Trump. And that's what all this really is all of this is aimed at people hating Trump and Kavanagh's and the way in order to get Trump. They gotta get Cavanaugh. But flake is out there saying, you know, what I I Kevin lost to partisans me. I don't think we need to wait a minute. You said you were going to vote for him Friday morning flake. And then you did. Flake voted for cavenaugh after claiming was going to vote for him. Now, he's out is through partisan for me. I I don't I don't I don't want that on the court. I don't think we can do that. Flake is demonstrating that his name is actually. An app give an apt description. Of his personality. And now, here's Feinstein. He wanted a week a one of the week everybody agreed to a week as predicted by me and many others. Within hours of agreeing to one week Democrats not long enough. And here's take this from the top. Again, Senator defy what a floor vote Friday to sue. I believe it is. I believe.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Five. This is about the ice throwing incident. Cavanaugh was accused of throwing ice on someone for some unknown reason thirty three years ago. This news was referred to the New York Times and FBI by this professor at North Carolina, something or other university named Chad the leading to he's a wine and cheese. Professor, I guess. Mr. leading tons account does not match the police report on this incident, by the way. As an undergrad at Yale. Brent Cavanaugh was involved in an altercation at a local bar during which he accused was accused of throwing ice on another patron. According to the police report the incident which occurred in September nineteen eighty-five during Cabanillas junior year resulted in cavenaugh and four other men being questioned by the New Haven cops cavenaugh, not arrested. The police report stated that a twenty one year old man accused cavenaugh throwing ice on him for some unknown reason. Again, remind you about ice bear in mind. Even though the New York Times had the story of Clinton allegedly raping Juanita broaddrick and nineteen Ninety-two telling her put some ice on her busted lip. The New York Times refused to run it. They claimed it was the typical kind of garbage at comes up close to an election. Broddrick saying Clinton said put some ice on that bay after allegedly raped bigger. Not big enough news for the New York Times. Brad Kavanagh throwing is allegedly on somebody at a bar that stopped the presses news. But witness to the fight the wine and cheese, professor from North Carolina. Something rather university Chad leading. Said that Chris Dudley Yale basketball player who friends with Kavanagh then through a glass that hit the twenty one year old man in the ear. According to the police report, which was obtained by the New York Times ever intrepid tracking down every detail. Reports said the victim Dom Qasr Lena was bleeding for the right ear was treated in a hospital detective is notified of the incident. One twenty in the morning. Mister Dudley denied it. According to the report for his part speaking to the officers Cavanaugh didn't wanna say if he threw eiser not police report said. The FBI gets the bottom of this. No, do I'm on pins and needles here did or did he or did he not throw ice on some? But and if so is that what we want us to prem- court Justice through ice on somebody back in nineteen eighty five. Yeah. That's right. It gonna next throw ice on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, would he disagrees with her? Injustice sessions deciding cases is that what we can expect and will Ginsburg even be awake. You know, she fell asleep during a state of the union address one time she had too much wine before the event. But that's of course, the unmentionable. The outlines of the ice controversy, I referred to in a statement on Sunday by the wine and cheese. Professor at North Carolina. Whatever Chad leading wanna Cabanillas college classmates, a member of the basketball team. Anyway, that's how absurd this is other news New York Times reporter is a Yale lawyer who denounced cavenaugh before reporting on him. The New York Times latest attack piece on capitol authored by a Yale Law lecturer who previously denounced Cavanaugh on Twitter. The New York Times reported on Monday evening, but cavenaugh wants through ice on a guy at a bar prompting a bar fight between the man and wanna Kavanagh's buddies. That's that's a terrible description of what happened even the New York Times says the other guy started it by cursing Cavanaugh and his friend for looking at him. Cavenaugh denied the cops will be threatening is anyway, the piece was co authored by Emily basil on and Ben protests. But it does not mention the least one of the authors had already decided in July that Cavanaugh was not fit for the core. No surprise here. New York Times would have a biased reporter on the case. Somebody new cabinet Yale hated him. Then hates him. Now. Good. We'll assign that guy. The capital case dries caught up with Dianne Feinstein who made it easy three caught up with. She wanted to be caught with the media. And this was a question about the floor vote on Friday, live turtle. We have a sound bites. The turtle the turtle for for the turtle. He was on fire moments ago last night and just now McConnell. And what in fact, let's do those I grab audio sound bite. Let's let's play number three. Let's let's let's set this up. This was yesterday me on my own show. This has got to be stopped because it's not real the Democrats are allowed to make it up as they go semitic names. They want the FBI to talk to investigations don't work that way. FBI follows evidence leads at when they don't find it eating unlike Bob Muller, they stop Muller's been looking for collusion, but Trump and Russia for two years and hasn't found any, but he's still going, and that's exactly what this is going to be. If somebody doesn't stand up and stop this somebody on the Senate Judiciary committee needs to stand up or Mitch McConnell needs to stand up and start vouching for the investigation. It's taken place. There are six separate FBI background checks breath capital. Somebody needs to speak up for them. Somebody needs to divulge forum. Somebody needs to stand up and say they have been thorough, and they haven't found anything or you wouldn't be where he is now sitting on the DC circuit court of appeals. But that's not happening. Well, but it is now late yesterday afternoon. Senate floor here is the turtle on top obits six.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The New York Times. Headline Cavanaugh questioned by police after bar fight in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. This is about the ice throwing incident. Cavanaugh was accused of throwing ice on some one for some unknown reason thirty three years ago. This news was referred to the New York Times and FBI by this professor at North Carolina, something or other university named Chad the leading to the he's a wine and cheese. Professor, I guess. Mr. leading John's account does not match the police report on this incident, by the way. As an undergrad at Yale. Brent Cavanaugh was involved in an altercation at a local bar during which he accused was accused of throwing ice on another patron. According to the police report the incident which occurred in September nineteen eighty-five during Cabanillas junior year resulted in cavenaugh and four other men being questioned by the New Haven cops cavenaugh, not arrested. The police report stated that a twenty one year old man at accused cavenaugh throwing ice on it for some unknown reason. Remind you about ice bear in mind. Even though the New York Times had a story of Clinton allegedly raping Juanita broaddrick and nineteen Ninety-two telling her put some ice on her busted lip. The New York Times refused to run it. They claimed it was. The typical kind of garbage at comes up close to an election. Broddrick Clinton, put some ice on that bay after allegedly raped bigger. Not big enough news for the New York Times. Brad Kavanagh throwing is allegedly on somebody at a bar. That's stopped the presses news a witness to the fight the wine and cheese, professor from North Carolina, something or other university Chad leading. Said that Chris Dudley. A Yale basketball player who was friends with Kavanagh then through a glass that hit the twenty one year old man in here. According to the police report, which was obtained by the New York Times ever intrepid tracking down every detail. Reports said the victim Dom Kozel. Lino was bleeding from the right ear was treated at a hospital. A detective is notified of the incident. One twenty in the morning. Mister Dudley denied it. According to the report for his part, speaking to the officers cavenaugh didn't wanna say if he threw or not police report said. The FBI gets the bottom of this. Don't you? I'm on pins and needles here did or did he did he not throw ice on some? But and if so is that what we want to supreme court Justice Sonia through ice on somebody back in nineteen eighty five. Yeah. That's right next ice on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, he disagrees with her. Injustice sessions deciding cases is that what we can expect and will Ginsburg even be awake. You know, she fell asleep during a state of the union address one time she had too much wine before the event. But that's of course, unmentionable. The outlines of the ice controversy, I referred to in a statement on Sunday by the wine and cheese. Professor at North Carolina. Whatever Chad leading wanna Cabanillas college classmates, a member of the basketball team. Anyway, that's that's how absurd this is other news in New York Times reporter is a Yale lawyer who denounced cavenaugh before reporting on him. The New York Times latest attack piece on capitol authored by a Yale Law lecturer who previously denounced Cavanaugh on Twitter. The New York Times reported on Monday evening, but cavenaugh wants through ice on a guy at a bar prompting a bar fight between the man and wanna Cabanillas buddies. That's that's a terrible description of what happened even the New York Times says the other guy started it by cursing cavenaugh and his friend for looking at him. Cavanaugh denied the cops at ruining is. Anyway, the piece was co authored by Emily basil on and Ben protests. But it does not mention the least one of the authors had already decided in July that Cavanaugh was not fit for the chorus. No surprise here. New York Times have a biased reporter on the case. Somebody new Kavanagh at Yale hated him. Then hates him. Now. Good. We'll assign that guy. To the capital case, the drive-bys caught up with Dianne Feinstein who made it easy to be caught up with. She wanted to be caught with the media. And this was a question about the floor vote on Friday, the turtle. We have a sound bites. The turtle the turtle for the total. He was on fire moments ago last night and just now McConnell. And in fact, let's do those I grab audio sound bite. Well, let's play number three. Let's let's let's set this up. This was yesterday me on my own show. This has got to be stopped because it's not real the Democrats are allowed to make it up as they go semitic names. They want the FBI to talk to investigations don't work that way. FBI follows evidence leads at when they don't find anything. I'm like, Bob Muller. They stopped. Muller's been looking for collusion with Trump and Russia for two years and hasn't found anybody still going, and that's exactly what this is going to be. If somebody doesn't stand up and stop this somebody on the Senate Judiciary committee needs to stand up or Mitch McConnell needs to stand up a start vouching for the investigation, that's taken place. There are six separate FBI background checks Abrek capital. Somebody needs to speak up for them. Somebody needs to about forum. Somebody needs to stand up and say they have been thorough, and they haven't found anything or you wouldn't be where he is now sitting on the DC circuit court of appeals. But that's not happening. Well, but it is now late yesterday afternoon. Senate floor here is the turtle on top of bits six prior investigations of judge Cavanaugh Democrats demanded a supplemental investigation. If you listen carefully, Mr President, you can practically hear the sounds of the Democrats moving the goalposts but their goal had moved an edge not on edge. All the time for I'm structured. Come to a close. Judge cabinet nomination committee. We're considering it here on the floor mister president will be voting this week late yesterday afternoon Mitch McConnell on the floor of the Senate, and he got so much support for what he did yesterday. Amazing. How that happens isn't he heard from so many people what a great thing they went out, and he did it again, he went out there again. And he recycled the old Bill Clinton line to boot. Here's McConnell from just or a couple of hours ago when George Cavanagh demonstrated his widely acknowledged, brilliant open-mindedness and collegiality it confirmation hearings some chose.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"I have become deeply troubled by what has been a blatant mischaracterization by Brett himself of his drinking. At gale quote, Brett was a frequent drinker and heavy drinker. I know because especially in our first two years of college, I often drank with him on many occasions. I heard Brett slur his words and saw him staggering from. Alcohol consumption, not all of which was beer. When Burke cabinet when Brent got drunk, he was often belligerent and aggressive on one of the last occasions I purposely socialized with bread. I witnessed him respond to a semi hostile remark, not by diffusing the situation, but by throwing his beer in the man's face and starting a fight that ended with one of our mutual friends in jail. I do not believe that the heavy drinking or even louder behavior of an eighteen or even twenty one year old should condemn a person for the rest of his life. But quote, I can unequivocally say that denying the possibility that he ever blacked out from drinking and in downplaying the degree and frequency of his drinking Bret has not told the truth. Chad London to ended his statement by saying that he would quote take my information to the FBI. And that brings us to the first bit of late breaking news tonight. Something that make us a bit of a window into the scope of the FBI investigation. Now that the restrictions have extensively been taken off by the White House that altercation that Mr. leading can described in which Brett cavenaugh allegedly threw a beer at someone and started a fight. Well, tonight, the New York Times reports that there is indeed a police report, documenting that incident and judge Kavanagh's involvement, quote the incident which occurred in September nineteen five during Mr. Kavanagh's junior year resulted in Mr. cavenaugh and four other men being questioned by the New Haven police department. Mr. cavenaugh was not arrested, but the police report stated that a twenty one year old man accused mister cavenaugh of throwing ice on him for some unknown reason, witness to the fight said that Chris Dudley a Yale basketball player who has friends. Mr. cavenaugh then through a glass that hit the twenty one year old man in the ear according to the police report there port said that the victim was bleeding from the right ear and was later treated at a local hospital mister Dudley denied the allegation according to the report. But for his part speaking to the officers, Mr. caveat did not want to say if he through the ice or not. The police report said the report referred to the altercation which occurred at a bar called Demery's as an assault. It did not say whether anyone was arrested and there is no indication that charges were filed the times also reporting tonight that Chad leading tin who first described this incident said that he has been in touch with the FBI and the other thing that's worth noting about this story tonight. Chris Dudley the cavenaugh friend and classmate who was accused by a witness of throwing glass and injuring another bar patron in his fight. And he denies Chris Dudley is one of two people who issued statements distributed by the way. White House today attesting to Brett Kavanagh's character in a statement today. Chris Dudley said that he and cavenaugh quote drank in college. I was with Brett frequently college, whether it be in the gym in class or socializing. I never saw Brett blackout not one time, and in all the years I've known him, I have never seen him to be disrespectful or inappropriate with women. I would also like to point out that going out never came before working hard and maintaining our focus on our goals. The person sometimes being described in the press is not the brick Cavanaugh that I have known as a good friend for thirty five years. All of which may be true even if the two of them were involved in an ill advise bar fight. But as you can see, new information is coming out fast and furious so that that's one piece of breaking news and here's another earlier this evening Senator Susan Collins. One of the key Republican votes Kevin on needs to be confirmed, joined Democrats in calling for the FBI to investigate not..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That we had in place them was pretty well suited to handling Bank problems, but not very well suited to handling non-bank problems. And non-bank pros where we're the promises turned up. I will take me inside the markets room during that period. I've spoken to people who are on the market that work for you. Who said they were just dumbfounded watching fed wire the Bank transfer system as the money just flowed out. Well, I think that would happen was that there was a tremendous loss of confidence in financial markets. And when confidence this loss, it's very hard to bring it back. And that's why the Federal Reserve really had to take extraordinary steps. Not just in terms of intervening to prevent catastrophic failures of firms that might take down the entire financial system, but also to support markets so people could continue to borrow and lend because at the end of the day. It's the flow of credit that supports the economy supports households supports businesses. So the fed had to take some extraordinary steps. Now. The good news is probably a lot better place today than we were then the banking system is a lot stronger a lot more capital liquidity. But there's still some some risk. Some of the powers at the fed has to intervene in crisis. I've actually been trimmed back by congress. Emerging risks may arise in new areas. The extent that you regulate the banking system more you're probably gonna push more activity out into the nonbank sector. So that's something that we need to keep our ion in the future. What was the scariest moment for you? I think the scariest moment was really the week after Lehman failed and financial markets completely melted down. Both in terms of the willingness people to buy commercial paper from highly rated companies and the unwillingness of people just to transact one essentially a huge flight to liquidity people were hoarding liquidity and market function. Basically just broke down after working at Goldman Sachs for years that they almost went to. Not really I mean, the vestment Bank for pretty vulnerable in the sense that they had their very leverage. They didn't have a lot of capital. They were dependent on short term wholesale funding to finance some long term hard to value a liquid assets. And so when the funding started to run that put all investment banks, including Goldman Sachs in harm's way. Now, the good news was that making Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Bank holding companies having them go out and raise private capital, right after Lehman failed did reassure people in the markets that these were viable companies with viable business malls. But it was a close call for some of the investment banks. There's still an argument ten years on whether Leeman could have or should have been saved which maybe two different questions. How would you answer those? Well, I think it's people exaggerate how important it was one way or the other. Yeah. The financial crisis was going to get worse regardless because the housing sector was. Was collapsing and housing prices. We're going down. So even if Lehman somehow had been saved other bad things would have happened until congress passed the tarp legislation which brought forth a lot of money that can be used to recapitalize the banking system if Lehman hadn't failed it would've been harder to get congress to move. And so other bad things would happen. It would have been a different path. But I don't think it would have been a better path in terms of how the financial crisis would have paid played out. You mentioned some of the regulatory changes that have taken place for good and for bad. Are we fighting the last war or do we have a regulatory system that can cope with maybe whatever comes up in the banking system? Now, I think there's always a risk that you fight the last war right because you learn the sources of vulnerability of ca caused by the last period of stress so like money market fund reform central clearing of over the counter of lessons learned from the last crisis. It's hard to learn lessons before you actually experienced there bad outcome. So I do worry about the nonbank financial sector. A lot of credit in the United States is intermediate outside of the core banking system. Now, the fact that some of the major securities firms are now regulated entities and subject to Kaplan liquidity requirements is good. But there's still a lot of activity that takes place not in the core banking system, and I worry about that out of Jackson Hole. I asked some of your former colleagues what the major legacy of the crisis was that. I thought Joe Bullard had one of the best answers. He said it changed central banking forever. Well, I think what it did is it basically underscore the importance of financial stability and the pursuit of the Fed's monetary policy goals without financial stability, you cannot achieve your in. Employment objectives. So financial stability. Now is a really core part of how the Federal Reserve thinks about its job and monetary policy. But how do you do that you have one blunt instrument? Well, that's one of the challenges for the US. Frankly, the other countries have more ability to put in place, what are called macroprudential tools, like changing the loan to value ratio for mortgages or requiring people to put more money down when they when they buy a mortgage, we have we couldn't practice. Do the same thing in the US, but it's very very difficult because the regulatory apparatus in the US is very, you know. Atta mystic, you know. We have state regulators federal regulators we have several federal regulars. So it's very hard to do things in a coordinated way on the macro-prudential side to deal with financial stability issues. Now, the good news is we do have the financial stability oversight council. And so in principle, they could do things, but whether they'll actually be able to act in a timely way that remains an open question, my mind rate Allio Bridgewater was on just a few moments ago with us, and he said, we're in about the seventh inning the baby about two years from now, we will see a recession it will be a bad one because of the impact of the dollar on global markets, and because of a lot of unfunded liabilities out there from the comfortable perch of retirement. Are you as worried as Ray is about what maybe coming down the pike? Well, I'm worried about a couple of things one obviously trade policy extent that we get into a trade war with China. That's not going to be a good outcome. Number two. I'm worried about the fiscal sustainability of the track that the US is on in terms of its budget and debt ending this cycle with a budget deficit of five percent of GDP is a pretty horrible performance. And of course, I think the fact that the global economy is still very dollarized a lot of people around the world us dollars. And so it's the extent that something bad happens in the US that will get communicated back to the rest of the world because we live in a dollar is global economy. Okay, you're retired. Where was your dot? I'm pretty close to the consensus that was pretty close to the consensus. I think the fed is continuing to do the right thing gradually removing accommodation. I'm very much aligned with the chair Powell Thursday the monetary policy outlook Bill Dudley, recently, retired president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Thank you very much for joining us this morning on Bloomberg radio and television worldwide. We'll send it back to you. Michael mckee? Thank you so much love the dot question. Mike is known to do that. And of course, always engenders a light moment. I would point out that mister Dudley out of Berkeley has provided a lot of public service, of course, TIMMY of that uproar where he's talking about ipads shop. He talked about food inflation inflation is important. Great note, I would note critically within that interview was Mr. Dudley's comments and dollarisation internationally, Ken Rogoff, really pointed that out earlier today, we need to do a market analysis a market data check, and we do that always would care Moscow. Very, tom. Thank you. And the Bloomberg futures report is brought to you by interactive brokers and CME group if you're looking for global futures contracts with low trading 'cause like no further interactive brokers is the industry leader. Learn more at IB K, R dot com slash CME futures. And futures this morning there little changed lower Renison p futures down about two points. Dow futures down shoe NASDAQ futures down it well, the Dax in Germany's up two-tenths percent. The CAC in Paris up seven tenths percent. The footsie one hundred up two tenths percent. Ten year..

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Expansion of nonprofit school lunch programs and quote congress wanted kids to get enough nutrients so the meals contained high levels of fat and calories he's the reason this was such a huge deal is because for the first time the us government was starting to get involved in the nutritional diets are youth exactly if the government controlled school lunches they could dictate and steer the direction of our youths dietary health into adulthood so those guidelines had to be accurate or else we'd wind up with a nation of unhealthy people the next big change for american dietary guidelines came in nineteen fifty five that year us president dwight eisenhower had a heart attack this was all part of a bigger widespread problem in the mid to late nineteen fifties the us began to encounter the coronary heart disease epidemic no one knew what was causing this seemed to come out of nowhere all of a sudden and alarming amount of middle aged men were dying from the disease women too but primarily men this epidemic had to be stopped so scientists look for answers eisenhower's doctor dr paul dudley gave a press conference the day after eisenhower's heart attack and told americans to stop smoking and decrease their consumption of fat and cholesterol to prevent a heart attack another doctor agreed with mister dudley ansel keys keys and minnesota epidemiologist conducted the seven countries study the study was launched in the late nineteen fifties keys examine the diets and the coronary heart disease death rate of seven different countries the usa finland netherlands italy greece former yugoslavia and japan each of these countries had different daily diet he researched the citizens fat intake and compared that to the country's coronary heart disease death rate he found that those citizens who consume too less than ten percent of daily calories from saturated fat lived in countries with a lower risk of heart disease he also found that saturated fats raised cholesterol levels so keys concluded that a high intake of saturated.

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"mister dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mister dudley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And from the from the growth perspective people who favor not going so quickly yeah it's exactly that it means gives the labor market a little bit more room to run because let's dive into sort of parlor game you're and this is a conversation folks that i think we'll be of interest for all but particularly for global wall street let's begin with the idea that the new york fed is different there's the the governor's the chairman the vice chairman is cleared a vicechairman editor that hasn't happened it's talked about it it's definitely talked about okay there in washington and then there's the richmond fed the dallas fed and the new york fed is different why is the new york fed different from the others so we like to call the new york fed the first among equals which i think is is maybe a little bit of a misnomer that is often what set of it it gets a constant vote on monetary policy so the other twelve regional presidents rotate the new york fed has an vote every single rate decision so that's a big difference and then beyond that the new york fed has the markets desk so they do so when you think qe trading all of that was the new york fed and they have supervision over some of the biggest banks on wall street the supervision features actually the biggest deal witnessing germany deutsche bank really having trouble getting a bid this morning i mean i mean they're like the policemen for the banks and some of that was taken away from them in the wake of the financial crisis you know governor torello really centralized a lot of military power in washington but the supervision is still run out of the new york fed and so it it certainly is the most important of the regional federal some people would say it's the second or third most important job at the central so bob dudley out of goldman sachs bill dudley excuse me build about deadliest it's british petroleum bill dudley dudley right good morning mister dudley dr deadly bill dudley goldman sachs is i think good marks and all who picks the new person so the there's sort of a multistage process but the board of directors at the new york fed has been director on bank directors and out of those they formed a selection committee and so that.

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