Conservative economist takes U.S. Senate campaign to Mamaroneck

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Economist David Malpass will formally announce his Republican challenge to U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Wednesday with a campaign stop at Harbor Island Park in Mamaroneck. bg

Malpass will first announce his run at City Hall in Manhattan Wednesday morning and is scheduled to come to Mamaroneck at 1 p.m. He is a columnist for Forbes Magazine and op-ed contributor to the Wall Street Journal. His public service experience includes several posts in both Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush’s administrations.

Oh, and he was a chief economist at Bear Stearns. Yep, that Bear Stearns.

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  1. Memo to Malpass you need to practice your stump speech in front of a group of people at the Monday meeting you started off slow and uneasy but you did end up Ok.

    The key is practice and practice again.

    Before there was the “Oracle at Delphi” there was Count Vampire J. Machiavelli

    VJ Machiavelli
    No More Schumer, Pelosi, Rangel,Engel, and Arthur Finkelstein & Co
    “After Four Years of Scandals it is time for Levy/Faso/Callaghan/Garcia”

  2. Edward the Third on

    I don’t want anyone, especially the chief economist at Bear Stearns, to hold any high office in this state or country. He shouldn’t be allowed to walk the streets as a free man. What those wall street companies did was immoral, illegal and destructive to our nation’s economy and the worlds.

    we need some serious changes in this country. We are starting to lose our super-power status because of choices we have made. Wars we cannot win, debt we can’t control, poor, sick, elderly, homelessness, starvation…..

  3. the consultant on

    the chief economist is not the chief trader…he deals
    in econometric models that attempt to predict future
    interest rates and business trends..HE DOES NOT DEVELOP
    TRADING STRATEGIES..and did not create credit default
    swaps…you clearly don’t want’a business oriented person
    who understands that you cannot spend more than you
    take in without incurring debt that will eventually have
    to be paid…why don’t you listen to what he has to say
    before judging based on your bias against wall street