CNBC Puts Crazy Spin on Story Moments After Stock Market Nosedive
CNBC had the spin on the massive stock market sell-off story so fast it was as if the outlet was just waiting to protect the Biden administration from any bad news.
Quid Pro Quo? Amazon-Funded Group Calls Company ‘No. 1 Investor’ in US
Liberal tech giant Amazon likes promoting glowing reviews of its company from progressive groups that it funds.
Investment Co. Pres. Rips Fed on Inflation: ‘Don’t Think They Get It’
A Fox Business contributor wasn’t having it with the money printing-obsessed Federal Reserve raising its inflation target and moving up expectations for an interest rate hike only in 2023.
MSNBC Host Dismisses Inflation Concerns, Deceptively Edits Fox Segment
How's this for elitism? On Thursday “All In” MSNBC host Chris Hayes sought to downplay the rising inflation that is striking at the wallets of consumers. Something tells us he wouldn’t be downplaying rising inflation if Donald Trump was still President.
Kudlow Says Biden Would Make U.S. Tax Burden Higher Than China
Fox Business host Larry Kudlow shocked the airwaves when he argued that the U.S. tax burden will be greater than that of communist China under President Joe Biden’s tax plan. Kudlow stated that “America will have significantly higher tax burdens than China” if Biden achieves his goals during the May 18 edition of his eponymous show.
Rep. Jayapal Gaslights on CNBC Sorkin’s Tough Criticism of Wealth Tax
CNBC has been holding the feet of Democratic members of Congress to the fire over the disastrous implications of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) insidious wealth tax. CNBC co-anchor Andrew Ross Sorkin pressed “Ultra-Millionaire Tax Act of 2021” co-sponsor Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) on the disastrous economic impact of an arbitrary two percent tax on every dollar of people's wealth…
Ruhle Sucks Up to Waters: Regs Needed to Prevent Future GameStop Buys?
Back on February 18, MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle sucked up to Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) with a softball question about the GameStop stock price war, suggesting that perhaps it wasn’t fair for the average American to use a resource like r/wallstreetbets for stock trading information. Instead, like banks, she wondered if the little guy be regulated too.
Five Myths About Socialism, Part One
People hate America's big disparities in wealth. It's a reason why, among young people, socialism is as popular as capitalism. The Democratic Socialists of America want a country based on "freedom, equality and solidarity." That sure sounds good. But does socialism bring that? My new video debunks several myths about socialism. One reason for socialism's continued appeal is linguist Noam…
Hollywood Hypocrites at CW Net Portray Capitalism as Evil in ‘Devils'
All season Devils has pushed liberal narratives about how corrupt, immoral and evil investment bankers are. In the final episode, it embraced another liberal narrative of celebrating a central bank bailout.
John Stossel Column: Investment Con
Want to make money and help the world, too? Wall Street says you can! If you invest in "socially responsible" funds, say big investment funds like BlackRock, Parnassus, TIAA-CREF, etc., then they'll do good things for the world, and your retirement funds will grow. These funds obsess about what they call Environmental, Social and Governance factors. For example, Parnassus says it picks…
WATCH: Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary Slams Absurd Econ Lockdown Standards
Shark Tank star and businessman Kevin O’Leary ripped apart the draconian economic lockdowns states have inflicted on the American restaurant industry in response to the pandemic.
‘Devils’ Lays Debt Crisis Blame on Banks, Not Profligate Government
With only two remaining episodes, the financial conspiracy of Devils will soon be fully revealed. In the meantime, the show continues to blame investment bankers for ruining ordinary people and causing suffering and death. The latest episode also portrayed the 2011 Italian debt crisis as the fault of corruption and trickery by banks, rather than bad governance, overspending and other…
COPE: Paul Krugman Whines GOP Senate Majority Will Be Bad for Business
New York Times blowhard economist Paul Krugman is trying to cope with not getting the “blue wave” referendum on Trumpism he wanted out of the 2020 election. Now, Krugman has said that a potential GOP senate majority will be — wait for it — “bad for business.”