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Under Reserve is a show about law and law enforcement. Vancouver lawyer Dan Coles sits down with the individuals who shape and enforce the law domestically and abroad. From judges and lawyers, to police officers, politicians and soldiers - Under Reserve explores the stories behind extraordinary people who took an oath of service and who uphold the rule of law. Learn more at www.underreserve.ca or Instragram @underreservepodcast
 
All things relating to Reserve Protocol, $RSR, $RSV, and it’s plans to help people around the world achieve prosperity! Find us on Instagram: @InReservePod, @RsrErnie Unofficial Reserve Protocol Discord Channel Invite: https://discord.gg/drguscv Donations Greatly Appreciated To Keep Podcast Running: $RSR: 0x615b009e611831332E70c5e2F30Fb408B71349db $BTC: bc1q6m0zzr578q3nel92s5yc5e6gnmlgtnllfyyyzg
 
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You are listening to #ReservedPodcast, a podcast bought to by Monica, Yolanta & Huda. A sisterhood like no other, Join us on our journey as we unravel and discuss topics related to our growth and development to ensure we are cultivating our best self. Each episode dissects challenges and opportunities and how we have overcome those experiences- from finances, career goals, toxic relationships, and much more. Tune in each week and reserve time for your best self! #RESERVED
 
An extension of the Alexander Campbell King Law Library's longstanding newsletter Amicus Briefs, this podcast tackles a different theme per episode, bringing together the University of Georgia School of Law's students, faculty and staff for intimate discussions about topics close to their heart and tied in some way to the law library's collection or expertise.
 
This new podcast from the Community Development departments of the 12 Federal Reserve districts addresses important social issues like economic mobility, affordable housing, small business development and community reinvestment. Each episode showcases successful programs that help provide access to opportunity for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. Join us as we ask community members and organizations across the U.S. about the challenges they are facing and what solutions the ...
 
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Tim “Gunny” Turner joined the Canadian Armed Forces in 1982 and by 1986 was a member of 2 Commando/Canadian Airborne Regiment. His time in the CAF included three years in the Patrol Pathfinder platoon, qualifying as a master sniper, time with the Sky Hawks parachute team, and tours in Cyprus, Croatia, Afghanistan, the Middle East and Sierra Leone. …
 
Matt Klein is the founder of The Overshoot, one of the most influential economic newsletters on the market. He joins the show today to talk give us an inside look into the creation of The Overshoot and discuss the FOMC meeting this week, how we got here, and where things are going. The Overshoot (sign up asap to lock in the lower rate!) Trade Wars …
 
This is an exciting time to be Fed Watching and no one is doing it better than Neil Irwin, who joins the show today to talk about Jackson Hole, the ups and downs since, what comes next for the central bank, and a behind the scenes look at the creation of the Axios Macro daily newsletter. Newsletter: Axios Macro w/@Courtenay_Brown Book: The Alchemis…
 
What's up guys! On today's episode i talk about having a poor me mentality. It's important to understand this type of mentality and to break the hold that it has on your life. I hope you all enjoy and i hope it helps at least one of you!! Also i dropped a song called POOR ME on my latest album entitled CAUSE OF DEATH 2. The link is below if you'd l…
 
How are the SEPs prepared? What goes into the Tealbook? What's the real purpose of the blackout period? These and so much more on the inner workings of the FOMC with former Board Monetary Affairs director and current Yale professor, Bill English. Bill's recent book (summary blog post, full book - which is downloadable for free!) with Angel Ubide an…
 
Federal Reserve police officers were the first to find the Watergate burglars...and that's only the beginning of this incredible story!! Seriously, listen to the whole thing because there are so many wild gems. Nixon Presidential Library oral history with John E. Sheehan Fed's IG report on accusations re Watergate and loans to Iraq on twitter @Kale…
 
Keith Bracken joined the RCMP in 1963 at the age of 18. He served in uniform for 9 years before going to university and earning a law degree in 1976. He was appointed a judge of the Provincial Court of British Columbia in 1991 and in 2007 was elevated to the Supreme Court of British Columbia where he sat until his retirement in 2018. Judge Bracken …
 
Kelly Thompson was a captain in the RCAF where she served for almost a decade before being medically discharged. She is now an instructor and mentor at the University of Kings College in Halifax, NS in its creative nonfiction writing program. Kelly’s educational and publishing credentials are impressive. She holds a BA (Hons) from York University w…
 
Fed communication has evolved a lot in the last few decades, and few people have been in better places to view it than Tony Fratto, Founding Partner at Hamilton Place Strategies and former WH Deputy Press Secretary and Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury. The Greenspan days, the global financial crisis, the Trump tweets, the pandemic, the tradin…
 
Brad Smith, QC is a criminal lawyer - he advises and defends people throughout British Columbia who are under investigation by the police, charged with a criminal offence, or are otherwise in trouble with the law. He is the principal and founder of Smith Law Group https://smithlitigation.com/ Brad has more than 20 years’ experience in the criminal …
 
Michael Derby, WSJ Fed beat reporter who broke the original financial disclosure for Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, comes back on the show to chat about past Dallas Fed presidents and Lorie Logan, the current SOMA manager at the New York Fed and next Dallas Fed president. Michael's article on twitter: @michaelsderby, @stevenkelly49, @kalebnyga…
 
The one and only - the author of Politico's Morning Money newsletter, Kate Davidson. We talk about Michael Barr's nomination process and how he may fit into the still new position of Vice Chair for Supervision. We also talk about the other Fed nominees, monetary policy past and future, and how Morning Money is made. Sign up for Morning Money @KateD…
 
No one outside the Fed (and there have to be only like two or three within the Fed) have thought more about the Fed's emergency lending authorities than Steven Kelly. Today he's on the show for the ins and outs of these three angles: - The DW & 13(3) covid-era data disclosures - Does the Fed *have* to use SPVs? (thread) - The case for prepping for …
 
Inspector Kevin Cyr is the OIC of British Columbia's Lower Mainland Emergency Response Team. He holds a bachelor of science from STFX University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia and an LLM from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in Ontario. In this episode Kevin rolls up his sleeves and walks me through what a search warrant is, how they are obta…
 
David's excellent papers: Banks, Corporatism, and Collaboration in the Administrative State Against Being Against the Revolving Door Washington Post article on Circle and the Boston Fed On twitter: @ZaringDavid, @StevenKelly49, @KalebNygaard David's book: The Globalized Governance of Finance
 
Superintendent Jim Elliott is the Officer in Charge of the BC RCMP Critical Incident Program. Jim grew up in Saskatchewan, in a Mountie family, but it was an Emergency Response Team demonstration at the Saskatchewan International Tattoo & Festival that set the hook for his ERT aspirations. Jim made it through selection as a relatively young officer…
 
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