Government

Cramer on Obama's Anti-Wall Street Comments: 'We Heard Lenin'

'Mad Money' host compares new president's attack on corporate profits to rhetoric from Russian communist.

Cramer and Matthews: Where's the Infrastructure Spending?

Even CNBC 'Mad Money' and MSNBC 'Hardball' hosts question the stimulative effects of congressional Democrats' bill.

Obama 'Openness' Announcement Greeted with Cheers in CNBC Studio Says Anchor

'Power Lunch' host Michelle Caruso-Cabrera credits Obama with 'political brilliance' for announcing his administration's openness with the press.

Olbermann Omits Key Points from CAP Report to Bash GOP Senator

'Countdown' host accuses Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe of ignoring parts of a left-wing think tank's study on Fairness Doctrine, but does that himself.

Tennessee Sludge Spill: Government Disaster 30 Times Worse than Exxon-Valdez

Media ignore fact that New Deal utility is run by the government.

Obamanation Meets Obama-Flation

The President-Elect's job predictions increase 64 percent. Why isn't media asking questions?

CNN Offers Populist's 'Pros and Cons' Instead of Balance

'American Morning' provides one columnist's perspective of President-elect's stimulus plan.

Finally, a Bailout That Makes CNN Skeptical

'American Morning' offers balance, asks questions regarding porn companies' request for $5 billion federal bailout.

GOP Legislators Vow to Fight Reinstitution of Fairness Doctrine with Introduction of Broadcaster Freedom Act

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C.: 'We are not going to allow this rule to be reenacted either by the FCC, by the Obama administration or by Congress.'

Obama Stimulus: $1 Trillion, 600,000 Government Jobs and Few Media Questions

With a forecasted $1 trillion deficit for the foreseeable future, mainstream media hit and miss on just how much government will expand under current proposals.
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