There were two speeches today by Fed officials. First, there was a speech by Fed Governor Susan Bies:
Bottom line: Likes current situation, but worried about capacity and resource constraints driving up input prices and causing in inflationary pressure.
There was also a speech by Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker:
Bottom line: Likes current situation, but not sure that the pass-through risk from high energy prices to core inflation is over. One more rate hike, then assess incoming data to see where to go next.
Here's the Bloomberg write-up of the speeches:
And also from Bloomberg, Gene Sperling assesses Greenspan's record. He has quarrels with particular episodes such as the 2001 tax cut, but overall sees Greenspan's record in a positive light:
Update: Speeches by Yellen and Fisher