CNBC

Tea Party Movement Not Realizing U.S. is Bailing Out Greece, Says CNBC Host

Kernen wonders where the outrage is European IMF bailout; Santelli says desensitized to bailout culture.

CNBC's Bartiromo: 'That is Ridiculous. This Really Sounds Like Market Manipulation to Me'

Network reports 8 stocks went to one penny or zero, which contributed to freefall and drawing ire of 'Closing Bell' anchor.

CNBC's Moment of Clarity: Host Understands Why Right 'Sort of Gets Uncomfortable' with Obama

Network's Joe Kernen compares aggressive tack against BP to attacks on Wall Street, health insurers and high-income earners.

CNBC Debate: Liesman, Santelli Argue Whether U.S. Is Headed for European Socialism

Senior economic reporter says federal expenditures like TARP and the stimulus won't be repeated.

CNBC's Harwood does turn-around on Fin-Reg from ObamaCare: Public's Support Now a Factor

Network's Washington reporter calls White House, public being on same page 'happy coincidence'; Thinks Obama can win the support of tea party movement.

Media Confusion: Why the Protest? Not High Taxes, but Government Expansion

'Tax Enough Already' movement isn't necessarily upset over increasing taxes, but 'other side of the coin,' as in the growth of government, says CNBC's Rick Santelli.

CNBC's Quick Rips ObamaCare: 'At Some Point You Need to Take Responsibility for Yourself'

'Squawk Box' co-host disparages popularity of provision allowing adults to remain on parents' health insurance policy until 27th birthday.

Santelli: $4 Gas, $150 Oil Coming This Summer

CNBC CME floor reporter explains investors could flee equity markets for commodities, including energy and put a hurt on consumers.

'Today' Sees 'Help' in White House Remedy for Foreclosures

Discussion of federal home assistance expansion ignores failure of the existing government program, excludes free-market possibilities.

Prelude to Victory Lap: Santelli Warns Not to Buy Hype of Upcoming Jobs Data

CNBC's CME floor reporter predicts if unemployment numbers fall with Census jobs, 'traditional media' will overplay it, send markets higher.
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