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There are better places to fish for explanations of the recent downturn in the market.
A day after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback said he had no plans to implement provisions of the health care law.
There’s no way you get women at the top if you make ‘experience’ the summum bonum of leadership.
Hours after the U.S. House of Representatives voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress, Rudy Giuliani said that there was the “impression” of a cover-up.
Sarah Palin is qualified because the primary traditional role of a vice presidential nominee is to help elect the top of the ticket.
Fresh off the campaign trail with Mitt Romney, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell laid out his case for why the Republican should occupy the White House next year.
From drilling to abortion to taxes, the Alaskan governor will be a boost for the Republican campaign, says economist Bowyer.
Seeing little upside in the stock market, Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick said Tuesday on CNBC that low interest rates were making commercial real estate a strong bet.
Strategist Vince Farrell thinks we're in a bear market but that we saw the lows of this downturn in July.
Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher brushed off concerns of looming deflationary pressures and told CNBC on Monday that he believed the U.S. economy is moving in the right direction.
That's what my buddy Sam Schulman (who publishes The American Magazine) called it on his daily blog. I printed the speech out, and marked the paragraphs about Hillary with an "H" and the paragraphs about Obama with an "O". In the end the formula for her endorsement was the same basic formula as water: H2O1. She hurt him.
The runup to the presidential election is really a debate about growth, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida tells CNBC's Larry Kudlow.
Democrat week on TV is likely to mean a tough week for investors, says economist Jerry Bowyer.
A weaker-than-expected U.S. employment report could increase pressure on the Federal Reserve to undertake a third round of quantitative easing, former Federal Reserve Governor Randy Kroszner said Friday.
The deep race/gender division in the Democratic party which has been brewing for 40 years, but bubbled over this year, is worsened by this pick. Hillary supporters (of whom Obama only had half) will feel the insult.
With polls showing a widening lead for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in his recall election next week, could the outcome spell trouble for Democrats — and even President Obama?
American voters are not as dumb as people think and the latest polling data could be showing they understand which policies are going to work for creating jobs via trade.
As the euro zone economy teeters and the dollar gains on other currencies, the Federal Reserve won’t likely provide a third round of quantitative easing, former Federal Reserve Governor Randy Kroszner said Tuesday.
It wasn’t speculators; it wasn’t corporate greed; it wasn’t deregulation, nor Reaganomics. Fannie’s near-death experience came directly from her sponsor, the Federal government, which treated Fannie Mae like its own personal honey jar, to be raided at will.
Weak gold prices, softening oil prices and a lackluster stock market while the euro zone crisis could increase demand for U.S. dollars — but is deflation the next stop?