Government

Nationalization: It's Not Just for Communists Anymore

It used to be synonymous with authoritarian regimes, now politicians threaten it and media call it a 'necessary evil.'

Santelli: Get the Government Out of the Banking System

Now-famous Chicago exchange floor reporter says state intervention in banking system is a drag on taxpayer money.

Senator to Force Vote on Bill Banning Fairness Doctrine

Sen. Jim DeMint plans to introduce amendment on D.C. Voting Rights bill to prevent FCC from censoring talk radio.

California AG on Media: 'A Little State Control Wouldn't Hurt Anybody'

Former governor and current attorney general Jerry Brown argues government control of talk radio would ensure balance.

Rep. Frank: New FDR-style New Deal Financial Regulations by Summer

House Financial Services chair declares major changes coming within six months; Host Rachel Maddow surprised her show 'made some news.'

CNBC's Ratigan on Geithner's Presentation: 'He Soiled the Bed'

'Fast Money' host gives Obama's Treasury secretary low marks on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe.'

Newsweek's Hirsh: Don't Worry About Pork, This is an 'Emergency'

Columnist opines on how Obama isn't living up to his expectations early on in his presidency.

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.
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