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Discussing Super Tuesday and how it could impact your wallet, with Ben Stein, author & economist; Andy Busch, BMO Capital; Don Luskin, Trend Macro; Steve Forbes, Forbes Magazine CEO; Jim LaCamp, RBC Dain Rauscher; and CNBC's Larry Kudlow, John Harwood & Carl Quintanilla
I recently sat down with George W. Bush to discuss his new book, Decision Points. With the greatest respect to the former president, he and I disagreed on a number of issues, and let each other know about it.
With Chicago ending its very acrimonious and very closely watched teacher’s strike on Tuesday, Larry Kudlow asks who won – and what did they get?
Former President George W. Bush told me in a CNBC interview today in Salt Lake City that the stock market was not a fair scorecard of his presidency.
Don't allow the controversial Mitt Romney video sway your vote. Larry Kudlow says that would be a big mistake.
Bulls are betting that QE3 drives the next leg of the rally. But Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO says the Fed’s new stimulus program may actually make markets worse.
Dan Mitchell debunks White House pro-tax propaganda with a point-by-point rebuttal of a video narrated by another old friend of the Kudlow Report, Austan Goolsbee of Obama's Council of Economic Advisers.
With only 50 days until the election, chatter is growing that Mitt Romney made a terrible mistake when he selected at least some of his advisors.
I love heated debate as much as anyone. Maybe more. Who wants to hear a bunch of policy wonks try to be each other’s pals and solve the problems of the world? I’ll push the snooze button, thank you. And I hate compromising. Middle-of-the-road solutions are bad solutions, period.
With the Dow up 300 points in only 2 days, is the QE3 advance sustainable? Jim Lacamp of UBS thinks it is.
In her new book, YOU KNOW I'M RIGHT More Prosperity, Less Government she takes on today's toughest issues: the deficit, unemployment, health care, education, housing and immigration.
Some Republicans are crying foul, saying the massive stimulus package just unleashed by the Federal Reserve is nothing more than a thinly veiled bid to help Barack Obama win the White House.
Morgan Stanley is the latest firm to announce that it will not take advantage of a new Supreme Court ruling that allows companies to spend unlimited campaign cash in federal elections.
The outbreak of anti-American violence has the nation incensed. But perhaps nobody is more outraged than Larry Kudlow.
Reinstating federal estate taxes at the 65 percent rate will result in some 1.6 million jobs lost, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the think tank the American Action Forum, told CNBC Thursday.
Larry Kudlow doesn’t believe it, but according to former Federal Reserve Governor, Frederick Mishkin further stimulus may finally drive the economy out of it rut.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made a strong case against any tax hikes during my interview with him on last night's Kudlow Report.
Famed investor Jim Rogers told Larry Kudlow that if you’re involved in this market, and you only understand one thing about the rally - it should be this!
I had the opportunity to discuss the idea of a free market housing fix with distinguished FDIC chair Sheila Bair. We focused on the need for tighter, more conservative lending practices.
According to reports, Egyptian protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy on Tuesday, tore down the American flag and burned it during a protest. Larry Kudlow was outraged!