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NBC's Curry Warns Minuscule Spending Cuts in Debt Deal Could Harm Economy

Appearing on Wednesday's NBC Today, CNBC Mad Money host Jim Cramer blamed the debt ceiling standoff for stocks falling on Wall Street: "All people can talk about is the whole slow down that ...

To Ann Curry's Surprise, CNBC's Jim Cramer Rejects Obama Fearmongering

On Tuesday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry touted President Obama trying to scare the American people into supporting his debt ceiling plan: "He called for public activism, so much so that we hear ...

Today Show Hypes: Big Business More 'Comfortable' with Obama

CNBC's Jim Cramer appeared with Matt Lauer, on Tuesday's Today show to pronounce that big business is warming to President Obama as he cheered: "This is a new president. The market is up 12 ...

CNBC Finally Embraces Santelli's Tea Party Rant

Network runs 'Obama, are you listening' portion in TV spot to promote election night coverage.

Jim Cramer: Gold Going to $2,000

CNBC host contends precious metal is not in a bubble and the fundamentals are in place for value to skyrocket.

Cramer Credits CNBC-Obama Infomercial for 146-Point Dow Jones Rally

'Mad Money' host says president himself didn't cause stock market jump, but increase occurred because Obama didn't use network platform to wage class warfare.

Media Seek Silver Linings in Economic Storm Clouds

Despite worrisome reports on jobs, GDP, housing and other sectors, reporters continue to spin bad news for Obama.

Cramer: 'Mass Panic' in Markets Tomorrow After 'Shocker' GDP Released

'Mad Money' host predicts a paltry 0.5 percent growth or less in upcoming report from Commerce Department.

Social Security: Government 'Ponzi' Scheme Turns 75 with $41 Billion Shortfall

Social Security with its 'trust fund' of IOUs is in serious fiscal trouble, but you wouldn't guess it from the mainstream news media.

The Golden Witch Hunt: Left-Wing, Mainstream Media Target Gold Advertisers

Precious metal sponsors of conservative-leaning TV and radio programming are facing increased scrutiny from media and liberal politicians.
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