C&L's Nicole Belle joins Nicole Sandler on her Radio or Not show every Monday morning to deconstruct the Sunday talking head shows in a segment they call "Fools on the Hill"
Wanna know who Jim Cramer thinks is responsble for the poor jobs report for last month?
Is there ever a time that Jim Cramer has a decent understanding of economic events?
On this Sunday's Meet the Press, Grover Norquist repeated his claim that the so-called "tea party" is going to come back stronger than ever now that President Obama has been re-elected: Grover Norquist's Fascinating Theory:
As Rachel Maddow noted on her show this Tuesday night, if you happen to be lucky enough to be related to a television host and celebrity like Jim Cramer, have a huge Twitter following, or lucky enough in some other way to garner enough national
I realize no one really cares what Jim Cramer thinks, but since he's broadcasting his nonsense out to the numb masses who actually tuned into this shriek-filled freakshow on Morning Joe, I think it's worth nominating him for the award of Liar
Here's some of how CNBC hosts John Harwood and Maria Bartiromo opened up the GOP debate in Rochester, MI tonight:
Repeating his questions to Mitt Romney and Rick Perry on whether companies can both be profitable and create jobs, CNBC's Jim Cramer followed up by asking former Speaker Newt Gingrich if companies can do both as well. Gingrich responded by slamming
There are moments where I despair for the fate of this country, because it seems to me that we operate from completely different sets of realities based on the same set of facts. Unfortunately, Jim Cramer exemplifies this kind of
After explaining all of the terrible things that would happen if the U.S. debt ceiling was not raised, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Sunday that all the "fear" and "panic" had actually been caused by President Barack Obama. "Now we're talking about a