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Farmed & Disingenuous: Chipotle’s Agribusiness Attack Upsets Farmers

CNBC’s Jim Cramer calls it ‘brilliant,’ while farmers cry foul over Hulu series’ ‘divisive propaganda.’
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Santelli Recalls February 2009: Bailout ‘Dissension was Born,’ ‘I Blew a Gasket’

CNBC on-air editor still critical of bailouts, acknowledges rant that helped launch the Tea Party movement.
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Rant That Launched Tea Party – and 4 More Amazing Ones from World’s Top Ranter

On anniversary of ‘Rant Heard ‘round the World,’ some of what Santelli does best.
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Santelli: Five Years after His Rant Launched Tea Party

Obama and left lashed out at Santelli as ‘mad clown,’ ‘clueless’ and ‘out-of-touch,’ but he takes pride in role as grassroots catalyst.
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Comcast To Acquire Time Warner Cable

Purchase will add more influence to growing owner of NBC, MSNBC.
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CNBC Host: Al Gore a ‘Charlatan,’ and a ‘Villain’

"Squawk Box’s” Joe Kernen compares Gore’s influence to Bernie Madoff or Enron CEO.
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NBCUniversal’s Insurance Premiums to Rise Due to Obamacare

CNBC hosts discuss how Obamacare has made their own premiums more expensive.
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CNBC Outs Obama's Strategy of ‘Scaring the Market’

Treasury claims possible debt standoff would be ‘worse’ than 2008; CNBC says fear is White House ‘aim.’
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CNBC's Harwood Wonders if Obama Will Use Shutdown to 'Break the Fever' in GOP

In an exclusive interview with President Obama on Wednesday, CNBC chief Washington correspondent John Harwood lobbed this softball on the political fallout of the government shutdown: "Before ...
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Benghazi Blackout: How the Big Three Networks Have Censored or Spun Obama's Deadly Foreign Policy Failure

Wednesday marks the one year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi that left Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead and sent the Obama administration ...
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