4/23/2009 10:24 AM ET
Oklahoma Senator appears on CNBC to explain his amendment to demand bailed out institutions disclose 'expenditures that are not essential to restoring their solvency.'
4/17/2009 3:47 PM ET
CNBC hosts not convinced Obama's policy can be paid for by raising taxes on wealthiest Americans alone.
4/16/2009 11:20 AM ET
'Countdown' host still laments Bush presidency; blasts tax havens despite sister network CNBC cheerleading them.
4/15/2009 9:42 AM ET
White House out of touch with 'cultural phenomenon' of tax day protests.
4/15/2009 8:25 AM ET
Chicago Mercantile Exchange floor reporter and taxpayer tea party revolt inspiration calls movement 'about as American as it gets.'
4/8/2009 4:54 PM ET
Cable and network news applaud Obama's stimulus bill for 'tax breaks,' but barely explain president's proposed tax hikes in the 2010 budget.
4/3/2009 1:47 PM ET
'Mad Money' host had taken the 'Great Depression' off the table after the federal government enacted a bailout in late 2008.
4/3/2009 11:45 AM ET
Former Democratic presidential candidate using left-wing group to campaign for Obama while employed by CNBC.
4/2/2009 3:04 PM ET
CNBC 'Power Lunch' co-host notes how tax competition is important; elimination of tax havens would benefit brutal dictatorial regimes.
4/1/2009 12:44 PM ET
Business network goes from inspiring anti-tax 'tea parties' to adding left-wingers like Dean, Huffington.