10/13/2009 10:50 AM ET
MSNBC 'Hardball' host and CNBC 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer criticize stimulus and realize Obama won't get credit for economy until jobs come back.
10/5/2009 5:09 PM ET
Former Clinton staffer uses dubious statistics to argue for ObamaCare.
10/5/2009 3:45 PM ET
Deutsche Bank oil analyst marks a comeback of alarmingly high oil predictions.
9/30/2009 5:54 PM ET
'Mad Money' host insists it is Congress that is pulling president to the left, not his policies.
9/14/2009 3:31 PM ET
Reporter argues government intervention wasn't the right course of action and frets over country's direction.
9/14/2009 7:58 AM ET
CNBC's Erin Burnett explains Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner dodge on higher taxes likely means higher taxes.
9/9/2009 10:27 AM ET
CNBC 'Mad Money' host says congressional spending to going to cause higher taxes and sharp downturn for stocks.
9/4/2009 4:03 PM ET
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs call Santellis anti-housing bailout stance 'disingenuous and not based on the facts' nearly seven months late.
8/31/2009 6:01 PM ET
Lord Ara Darzi goes on CNBC to defend UK medical system over rejected ads, but says U.S. health care system is 'excellent.'
8/24/2009 4:48 PM ET
CNBC 'Mad Money' host points to Unilever's 'advertise on all media' model, says NewsCorp still a good stock, despite skittish advertisers.