Forget the naysayers. There is a real silver lining to the drop in oil prices, says Larry Kudlow.» Read More
On last night’s Kudlow Report I had the privilege of sitting down with a terribly smart old friend of mine, Jim Grant, editor of the popular newsletter Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Put simply, Jim is blown away by the ‘caprice’ of total fiscal and monetary spending, which by his math, amounts to an astonishing 29 percent of GDP.
The so-called fiscal cliff might not be approaching as soon as some investors think, Citigroup’s chief U.S. equity strategist told CNBC on Wednesday.
It's not often the CEO's comments can overshadow an entire earnings report, but that's what might be happening with Intel and the company's first quarter report.
Vice President Joe Biden might not have “the mental capacity” for the job, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Tuesday on CNBC.
Thank you, Mr. President, for doing what should have been done long ago, by moving forward to open up diplomatic and trade relations with Cuba.
Any budget disagreements between Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan have been greatly exaggerated, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty told CNBC on Monday.
From the Family Research Council: "An Open Letter to Larry Kudlow, the Nation's Irreplaceable CNBC Host. Dear Larry...."
While some of my conservative colleagues are criticizing the Romney campaign for one thing or another, I want to make a distinct point that is largely being overlooked: Mitt Romney is the most fiscally conservative Republican standard-bearer since Ronald Reagan.
Last night’s House vote on the Democratic stimulus package, where not a single Republican voted in favor, was another shot across the bow for this incredibly unmanageable $900 billion behemoth of a program that truly will not stimulate the economy.
Asked on Friday who he’d prefer to see as Mitt Romney’s running mate, three-time Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich offered an entire roster of would-be veep choices.
The last thing we need is another master of the universe who feels like the rules of the moral code do not apply to him, says Jerry Bowyer.
Calls for the boycott of Chick-fil-A following its CEO’s comments in support of traditional marriage is little more than a witch hunt, former presidential hopeful Rick Santorum told CNBC on Thursday.
The investor class was not nearly as impressed by yesterday’s inauguration as the political class. Inauguration day 2009 was the biggest stock sell off in the history of inaugurations. I’m pulling for Obama; I’m praying for him. But the investor class can’t afford to have anything other than a clear eye unencumbered by gauzy hype.
Former TARP Special Inspector General Neil Barofsky on Wednesday called for the breakup of too-big-to-fail banks, echoing earlier comments made by the former head of Citigroup on CNBC.
No, Obama was not my choice. No, I don’t believe that he is at the present moment a centrist, though history may teach him to be. I’m proud because America showed that she really meant it when she said she want a color blind society.
Freezing workers’ wages for six years despite record profits is the right way for Caterpillar to stay competitive, former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said Tuesday.
Remember the wall to wall coverage given to the dangers of outsourcing in the run up to the 2004 presidential election? It was the shark attack story of that summer. Some of us argued that the threat was exaggerated. It turns out that the supply side of outsourcing was as over estimated as the demand side.
As Colorado reels from the mass shooting at a movie theater, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney reiterated to CNBC his support for gun ownership.
My friend Dan Holland from Kudlow & Co (the actual company, not the show) sent me a link from the Times (the British one) about how houses which were built by Jimmy Carter and other liberal celebrities were falling apart.